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"dr prints" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"dr prints" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Shocked. Things. Portland Seattle night after night, talking about riots and violent protests in those cities, and he feels Democrats are not supporting police officers like they should. Democrats in Vanderburgh County, in a statement, accused wedding of political opportunism and call it distasteful wedding is in his final term as sheriff, which expires in 2022, Kirk Darling 93. W. Y. B C Mobile news. Were you doing anything like this when you were 11 years old? Well, an 11 year old boy from Georgetown, Delaware, has published his seventh book. Both of them in English and Spanish. Maximo Castano's newest book, Dr Print in the days of his childhood has been out Now The book follows a mysterious man that lives in a cabin and no one knows about him. It's available now on Amazon and it Barnes and Noble. I'm Sean Herrick on the level on the go and on Twitter at 93. W. A. B. C and W II be si dot com. It's a 33 sports with Sam Robson. Indianapolis Colts center Ryan Kelly is now the highest paid center in the NFL after signing a four year contract extension, which is worth $50 million, according to ESPN is Adam Schefter, Kelly said he never wanted to play anywhere else. This is my home. I want my rookie year and really, just in love The city. You know, I see here You're running love it so much and so you are also rather be. He's now under contract for the next five seasons, and the deal is worth 34 million guaranteed. Kelly is originally from the Cincinnati area and was drafted in the first round in 2016 out of Alabama. He made his first Pro Bowl last season. Coach Frank Reich said yesterday that tight end Trey Burton will miss at least the first couple of games of the season with a calf injury while White out Paris Campbell has been cleared from the NFL's concussion protocol after a car accident.

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"dr prints" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Still Buffering

"His parents and like discovering that they aren't getting people like that's. That is a storyline for its cartoon unimportant what I think, but you know dealt with any kind of a fanciful like magical way, but then relating to something that's real and important to recognize. Sure. not as important, but I did enjoy the goose. You did. The the goose made me laugh a lot. I also wanted to know if Dr Princess is a character that comes back, or is she just there for the one episode she helps deliver gutters. Baby Yeah I know there are several episodes where like all the princesses are just like in of one big princess. Cluster I want to say she's there for all of those. Were just you kind of got all the princesses there? At once I enjoyed the I'm not even a real princess. It's just my surname. Yeah, those are good. But I. Felt seen from Dr Prints. Kind of has a you vibe. Has Me by. I saw her and I was like okay. I'm present I forgot to mention jae-kun lady raining corner. Have Babies and jake know identified as a male character, but he is the one that has the children. and Jake's dad was the one that had him and I like gave birth and I think that's really cool that you have this male character who is. Dating in married to I suppose a a female character, but the males are the ones having the kids because like gender roles seem to mean much in the world adventure time Never thing they make a big deal out of either just like I don't think they ever make like a whole big. Oh, no controversy ordeal over like bubblegum. Marceline, be at some point. to think. Very I just wanted to check she Dr Princess Does appear. In. A lot of episodes, but also she appears in disguise as science wizard. Wizard. Now, did you now you've given away?.

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"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Amending that practice is separate cats and dogs as they're waiting for their visit and so you know some practices will have like cats on this side of the waiting room and dogs on the other side is that separated the cat like what should I do if I really want to use that as one of my tools to make it a better visit for both dogs and cats how like how far do I have to go well I actually kind of eliminated my waiting area my reception area when I remind actis for yes so I have a small retail area but it is not a place where live animals wait that said recipe for disaster you've got cats in boxes dogs on leashes bottlenecks of clients Dr print you don't have to tell me I love everything infectious I am fully aware of the Petri dish known as the lobby right well so mine is minimized and when the clients and we schedule you know in a way where we kind of know he's coming yeah but when a client arrives specially with the cat we put them directly into the exam room so that doesn't have to experience the dogs because I treat dogs and cats and her her so it's there just separating so do you have is that exam room like only for cats it is okay so dog never comes into that feline paradise known as your exam room never does a dog go into the cat ran occasionally we get really full and a cat will have to go into an exam room that has been attended by dog but never to the dog go into the cat room where the where the cats are Levin that while they do seem to you and and it's got a window with the window see like I said so yeah and it's kinda yes I would bring that UP I forgot about that I think that's the number that is such an awesome and may I'm just way behind the times but it's such an awesome addition if you can do that that just I've never seen one but just thinking about a window seat for a cat why do an exam I mean excellent with a bird situation on the outside as well thought out if this is the law of the sea had an action that and also the sun could shine like all day long on that window seat so that the cat could bask a little bit I'm assuming that she has a fakes on on the outside for so even on rainy days are just on that right so we are thinking that doctor print my control the sun the moon and maybe maybe some of the stars could be user credible tips that you know as an owner I think that I would start to look for these little you know these subtle things that you're describing they're not they're not super hard to do so we think that most practitioners can do so as an owner I might start looking for that in a practice is I mean do you recommend that for owners to look for a practice that prioritizes the way their pet sees things yeah say it like that a no brainer why would you go anywhere else hello yes and so that leads me actually to my other my other tips for those in the candy verse you were listening is that in our vet candy guide to happy customers there's also lots of great marketing tips for practitioners in practice managers and I think as an owner you can use that god you can just reverse those and instead of doing taking those actions I think you look for a practice that's taking those actions and those again are from bikinis and founder and CEO and marketing guru Dr Jill Lopez she's gather those from folks such as doctor prim and and threw her own experience and and I think I think that's a little bit of a novel approach looking for marketing that so okay Dr print is there any one that you think practitioners miss all the time you want to share with us as we come to a close on our discussion of happy veterinary practice visits well you know it it's B. an animal right so I think that the one thing that is missed most and I'm in my practice now a lot and I'm not in a lot of other practices but I think addressing the fear of existing patients in addition to the one that you're seeing right that minute is something that's easy to do like your post surgical patients which hearing hearing and seeing some anesthetic excitement phase or what have you and then the ones coming in the front door hearing that I think addressing the issues of the pets that are already there or maybe you have a boarding John that is anxious in the boarding kennel and here you come with another dog and then everybody's anxious and it just becomes sort of infectious it's like my niece and my two nephews if one of them was screaming and unhappy it would get all over the other one is that right Jason that never happens I don't I don't know what you're talking about that's that's that's not exactly what invaders I use bare bones and blue paint and all kinds of good smelling stuff so much they're very calm I just candy got a word to that's why you can't send their favorite okay but I digress but still it is I think as you mentioned doctor print these are easy things that I think everyone can tailor to their practice or Taylor for their pets because I think the great Dane is going to see something a little differently than the Frenchie and an ever the cat's sees a different than everybody else so I think that that's how we have to we have to approach this sort of thing so doctor Jason do you have any other questions for doctor from what we have over I am looking forward to the video of everyone calling around the clinic floor different levels with the camera on their head just to show the commitment that the staff has to making sure to put that on a loop right that is that is been does look a week how much we care about you know comfort for your animal whether in this clinic situation so really good our to that on on the website very soon Jason I wanna see that on Facebook watch for that candy I want to see you also you now yep checking out a clinic for doctor Prins tips on be an animal no problem dot crimson me take it all come right over there and do it right now well problem well you wouldn't find anything scary in my clinic you may find a different yeah that's right well you know quality control quality controls what the name of the game that's right that's right well thank you Dr prince so much for joining us today in and lightning at the mechanic verse how we can really make the world a much happier place for our patients and for our our pets and in the end for our veterinarians though thanks for listening two nine lives with doctor cat I wanna thank all my loyal listeners I hope you learned something today about making veterinary visits better and I also want to thank my producer mark winter because without.

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"On green and red and just really cheerful and also really bad idea so what what why what we lack right but why wasn't a bad idea well if you get because the a change in behavior I don't know I can't say for sure I didn't do assign trial but it kind of made it sort of stifling in scary now studies do indicate that certain colors can be inflammatory and if we think about it you know both fighters wave a red flag you know so although you have choices but I have chosen to paint my facility in soothing colors colors that are thought to be calm not only for the pets but for the clients so an anxious time to be at a veterinary hospital I had soothing music I have home seating colors on my walls I don't wear white lab coat because everyone is associated that white coat syndrome you know that makes every night on edge I don't do that so you're kind of jesting but I the lady to that no I I I imagine not and not just in it and there's been many discussions we painted a light blue she painted a light yellow and you know I think they're great day that thing great they will swear by blue and if for birds especially burden and make some super common you know I'm I'm sort of a sort of kind of person and I I'm not gonna paint it red right I don't begin right look there maybe you know I don't know if you knew of any some subtle differences between yellow and blue and gray and I I would assuming that you know the calm of the color of the better for everybody just thought I'd ask him to have the you know the expert here on the line the blue from the sky and that makes complete sense to me for birds her short well and then I have another question to you in an I mean I guess maybe you've given us the information that I could arrive at an answer with because of that the way that you have tied it all back to the the five senses but you know I guess it was a handful of years ago well not a handful now it's been a giant handful well looking like this yeah the giant the Jack found at the top of the beanstalk he is in all of years when we started recommending that practice is separate cats and dogs as they're waiting for their visit and so if you know some practices will have like cats on this side of the waiting room and dogs on the other side is that separated the cat like what should I do if I really want to use that as one of my tools to make it a better visit for both dogs and cats how like how far do I have to go well I actually kind of eliminated my waiting area my reception area when I remind actis for yes so I have I have a small retail area but it is not a place where live animals wait that's a recipe for disaster you've got cats in boxes dogs on leashes bottlenecks of clients Dr print you don't have to tell me I love everything infectious I am a fully aware of the Petri dish known as the lobby right well so mine is minimized and when the clients and we schedule you know in a way where we kind of know he's coming yeah but when a client arrives specially with a cat we put them directly into the exam room so that hasn't had to experience the dogs because I treat dogs and cats and her her so it's just separating so do you have is that exam room like only for cats it is okay so dog never comes into that feline paradise known as your exam room never does a dog go into the cat ran occasionally we get really full and a cat I will have to go into an exam room that has been attended by dog but never to the dog go into the cat room where the where the cats are Levin that while they do seem to you and and it's got a window with the window seat like I said so yeah and it's kinda yes I would bring that UP I forgot about that I think that's the number that is such an awesome and may I'm just way behind the times but it's such an awesome addition if you can do that that just I've never seen one but just thinking about a window seat for a cat why do an exam I mean excellent with a bird situation on the outside as well thought out and this is only want to see how it in action and also the sun could shine like all day long on that window seat so that the cat could bask a little bit I'm assuming that she has a fakes on on the outside for so even on rainy days are just on that right so we are thinking that doctor print my control the sun the moon and maybe maybe some of the stars could be user credible tips that you know as an owner I think that I would start to look for these little you know these subtle things that you're describing they're not they're not super hard to do so we think that most practitioners can do so as an owner I might start looking for that in a practice is I mean do you recommend that for owners to look for a practice that prioritizes the way their pet sees things yeah say it like that later why would you go anywhere else hello yes and so that leads me actually to my other my other tips for those in the candy verse you were listening is that in our that candy guide to happy customers there's also lots of great marketing tips for practitioners in practice managers and I think as an order you can use that guide you can just reverse those and instead of doing taking those actions I think you look for a practice that's taking those actions and those again are from bikinis and founder and CEO and marketing guru Dr Jill Lopez she's gather those from folks such as doctor prim and and threw her own experience and and I think I think that's a little bit of a novel approach looking for marketing that so okay Dr print is there any one set that you think practitioners miss all the time you want to share with us as we come to a close on our discussion of happy veterinary practice visits well you know it it's B. an animal right so I think that the one thing that is missed most and I'm in my practice now a lot and I'm not in a lot of other practices but I think addressing the fear of existing patients in addition to the one that you're seeing right that minute is something that's easy to do like your post surgical patients which ain't saying some anesthetic excitement phase or what have you and then the ones coming in the front door hearing that I think addressing the issues of the pets that are already there or maybe you have a boarding job that is anxious in the boarding kennel and here you come with another dog and then everybody's anxious and it just becomes sort of infectious it's like my niece and my two nephews if one of them was screaming and unhappy it would get all over the other one is that right Jason that never happens I don't I don't know what you're talking about that's that's that's not exactly what invaders I used their moans and blue paint and all kinds of good smelling stuff so much they're very calm I just candy got a word to that's why you can't send their favorite okay but I digress but still it is I think as you mentioned doctor print these are easy things that I think everyone can tailor to their practice or Taylor for their pets because I think the great Dane is going to see something a little differently than the Frenchie and an ever the cat's sees a different than everybody else so I think that that's how we have to we have to approach this sort of thing so doctor Jason do you have any other questions for doctor from what we have I am looking forward to the video of everyone calling around the clinic floor different levels with the camera on their head just to show the commitment that the staff has to making sure to put that on a loop right that is that is been does look a week how much we care about you know comfort for your animal whether in this clinic situation so really good our to that on on the website very soon Jason I wanna see that on Facebook watch for that candy I want to see you as you now yep checking out a clinic or doctor brands tips on be an animal no problem dot crimson me take it all come right over there and do it right now well problem well you wouldn't find anything scary in my clinic you know of different yeah that's right well you know quality control quality controls what the name of the game that's right that's right well thank you Dr print so much for joining us.

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Think that's a little bit of a novel approach looking for marketing that so okay Dr print is there any one set that you think practitioners miss all the time you want to share with us as we come to a close on our discussion of happy veterinary practice visits well you know it it's B. an animal right so I think that the one thing that is missed most and I'm in my practice now a lot and I'm not in a lot of other practices but I think addressing the fear of existing patients in addition to the one that you're seeing right that minute is something that's easy to do like your post surgical patients which are hearing and seeing some anesthetic excitement phase or what have you and then the ones coming in the front door hearing that I think addressing the issues of the pets that are already there or maybe you have a boarding job that is anxious in the boarding kennel and here you come with another dog and then everybody's anxious and it just becomes sort of infectious it's like my niece and my two nephews if one of them was screaming and unhappy it would get all over the other one is that right Jason that never happens I don't I don't know what you're talking about that's that's that's not exactly what invaders I used their moans and blue paint and all kinds of good smelling stuff so much they're very calm I just candy there were two that's why you can't send their favorite okay but I digress but still it is I think as you mentioned doctor print these are easy things that I think everyone can tailor to their practice or Taylor for their pets because I think the great Dane is going to see something a little differently than the Frenchie and an ever the cat's see the different than everybody else so I think that that's how we have to we have to approach this sort of thing so doctor Jason do you have any other questions for doctor from what we have I am looking forward to the video of everyone calling around the clinic floor different levels with the camera on their head just to show the commitment that the staff has to making sure to put that on a loop right that is that is been does look a week how much we care about you know comfort for your animal whether in this clinic situation so really good our to that on on the website very soon Jason I wanna see that on Facebook watch for that candy I want to see you also you now yep checking out a clinic for doctor Prins tips on be an animal no problem dot crimson me take it all come right over there and do it right now well problem well you wouldn't find anything scary in my clinic you may find a different yeah that's right well you know quality control quality controls what the name of the game that's right that's right well thank you Dr prince so much for joining us today in and lightning at the mechanic or how we can really make the world a much happier place for our patients and for our pets and in the end for our veterinarian thank you so very much and we will see you guys next time I'm in the candy first news hounds we'll see you on in other news the.

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I definitely want you to check out that radio show I felt like radio what doctor prim and I have been talking about are the dangers that we see to both dogs and cats this Easter holiday so if you're going to church this Sunday please do not bring home any flowers any cut flowers any worse bouquets into the house if you have cats or dogs it's okay but with cats remember the dangers of Easter lilies these are truly lease from the levy on our hemerocallis species and again it only takes two to three beans even the pollen or the water in the face to costs of beer you kidney failure and cats Dr print also talked about the dangers of that state Easter grass in your kids Easter basket catch a good to one that because it looks like grass and it can result in a life threatening linear form body when it gets stuck around their tongue or in their stomach in size to their intestine so deathly one keep that at a reach we also see a lot of chocolate poisoning and a lot of broken hearts when kids find out that their Easter basket has been eaten by their dog don't forget about the dangers of chocolate it can cause hyperactivity vomiting diarrhea a racing heart rate a life threatening the elevated blood pressure anything tremors and seizures and dogs if your spring cleaning this weekend doctor pram left us some great hints on why we want to keep our windows secured so your cat doesn't fall out of the window that's something we call high rise and drum and you definitely want to keep your cat safe that way make sure if your spring cleaning to keep all those household cleaners out of reach or keep your pets in a secured room while you clean the rest of the house and doctor Primm lastly also mentioned the importance of minimizing that stress to our dog or cat when we bring them to the E. R. or to the general that Neri and doctor Primm.

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"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I did out to actually be certified well it's an initiative well Dr Marty Becker recognized that some of the anxiety that hurts were feeling about visits to the veterinary hospital was a hurdle for both the pet and the pet owner because even myself before I knew about fear free I kind of dread and taking my cat to the vet because he really doesn't like the car rides in any does it really enjoyed the visit even though I'm a veterinarian and he can go to work with me and I'm there so I was kind of driven it to find a way to make that better because I've always wanted to be a veterinarian from the time I was five but never in those dreams and day dreams that I had did I ever anticipate that my patients would hide from me or bite me or be afraid of me I thought that I would get to play with Barbies and kittens all day so it was definitely a passion when I discovered this movement that doctor Becker had started I really felt like it was a game changer for me and so I was waiting when they launch the program to be the first one certified and I I have been so pleased that I did wonderful and you might just selling some of our pet owners out there what is involved with the certification to become a fear free professional well it is a module where are you online at you experience classes about ways that you can reduce fear anxiety and stress in pets and medications and herbal things and activities that you can do in actions that you can plan to be aware when anxiety is happening what are the signs of fear anxiety and stress and what can you do about so I think a lot and veterinarians have recognized that this is a problem that the fear free program does kind of put it all in one place and sort of it's like you're easy button where they have things that you could just quickly refer to about what medications might you use to address the fear in is IT and stress or how can you anticipate the visit for this Pat and make it a little bit better other visits so the first level is about eight hours and certification classes and tests to prove that you have assimilated the materials it's kind of a big deal that's great in a previous episode and yard that we actually interview Dr Lee silver dosta who sell board certified veterinary behaviorist and she talked about what we can do to minimize the fear stress and aggression in our dog or cat when we go to the ER now as a general practitioner you oftentimes will have time to be able to implement pure free and that's a little bit different in the ER but I want your hands first of what we can do to get that you're out of that dog or cat when they go into the general practice so your family doctor and then some tips from you on how we can implement that specifically when they're visiting the ER well I think if you as a pet owner can hurt yourself into the place of that pet it makes a huge difference because we're asking a lot from cats and dogs to accept what we're doing to them and think that it's okay they are instinctively designed to react and kind of a self preservation thing for them and so it's pretty scary to stop a cat in a box in bundled up in a car and then get somewhere that the cat doesn't know and there are people there that the cat doesn't know and then kind of jumped out of the box and start to get it with needles I mean that's expecting a lot from a cat in and some dogs as well great thank you so specifically are there anything that cat owners can give at home before they bring their cat into the vat well there are a lot of pet owner resources on death fear free happy homes website that are free to pet owners that you can access information about how to identify the fear and anxiety and stress in pets for yourself I have a lot of the owners they just thought that their dog for example was excited just happy to see me an actual when they get to me I see signs that that dog is telling me that his life is in danger he's fearing for his life so the first step is becoming aware of what your animals body language is telling you and then work with your veterinarian to address it right thank you again I always say don't give anything without talking here about first but there are a lot of great medications such as Gabba Penton are Traz ago that if you have time we can educate you on how to give us your cat or your dog before you come into the clinic just because we do want to minimize that risk now doctor problem what are some emergencies that you commonly see in your practice when it comes to dogs and cats and what are some things that owners need to know that they could have done up potentially prevented that any tips you can live with us well I have kind of sin seasonal things and I'm sure you experience it as well I live in the country so someone I. emergencies are things like snake bites plant injections reactions to insect bites but you know if you have already work with your veterinarian for your pet to not be afraid to go to the vet it makes emergency visits so much less stressful and I tell people you know what I don't want your dog to be afraid of me because then if he has an emergency and you bring him here he's gonna trust that I'm trying to help him and so it'll help the whole emergency visit go better so you're absolutely right we use a lot at the pre visit pharmaceuticals we call MPV peas and we try to sort of plan ahead when we can I mean not in an emergency situation that eventually with the judicious use of PVP we build your pets trust in us and then if they do have an emergency and they have to come here they trust that we're going to try to help them all right great thank you so much now before the show I know we were chatting and talking about Easter coming up but I was wondering if you could give our listeners some tips about some Easter dangers for dogs and cats as we approach this upcoming holiday absolutely Easter itself comes with its own dangers and Easter lilies are a big one because they are so toxic to cats not to dogs but definitely two cats and I don't think people realize that even some of the pollen from an Easter lily could be toxic to a cat because a cat will lick themselves and so they can ingest the pollen in that way and so just don't have them I mean if you're not sure if you've got other okay and you don't know what's in it you can certainly look online the ASPCA poison control center website and and check for the photos to make sure that it isn't any sterling if you have a doubt don't bring it in Easter lilies in AZ attic lilies they all kind of count and they're super toxic and dangerous for cats also Easter grass and I hate Easter grass and I remember when my son was little I would hate to see his grandmother bring the basket because the Easter grass so just kind of get everywhere and I'm pointed out the vacuum cleaner for months but it's actually a danger to cats because they can she won it like cats do when she when she went to and it gets kind of wrapped around their tongue that goes down their throat and can behave like a linear foreign body which is just like the elastic in your waistband and it saw us through the intestinal tract and can be very very dangerous for cats so watch out for the Easter plants and the Easter baskets and since I see a lot of dogs this time of the year what are some dangers that the Easter basket can also hold that dog owners need to know about yeah I've seen a lot of chocolate since in pastel vomit and I would say that the chocolate Easter bunnies the chocolate candies better pastel I can't even tell you how many times I've seen lavender bonnet and lavender and brown but yes chocolate and do not under estimate a dog's we'll look to get to an Easter basket even if you think that it is out of reach yeah I always joked that's unfortunately dogs ruin all the holidays for little kids around the world is hurt during this upcoming weekend because they can always know about that chocolate and again we do worry about chocolate it's always the dose that makes the poison but most the time if you have a dog that it'll wall Easter basket we do want to calculate the amount of the bromine that's in there and AS PCA has a great free app that you can download that lets you calculate whether not the amount of chocolate is going to be dangerous to your dog thankfully cats are too discriminating when it comes to their palette to eat poisonous amounts of chocolate but again a huge danger this time of year for dogs and some of the signs of chocolate poisoning we can see include vomiting diarrhea acting really hyper active even seizures are tremors in severe cases I can also often times see cardiovascular side effects from it where the heart is racing they were really elevated blood pressure so when in doubt keep chocolate out of reach and if you're not sure if your dog got into it we always wanted to seek veterinary attention immediately so we can induce vomiting if needed and calculate whether or not it's going to be a poisoning rest like doctor friend mentioned I he Easter grass also and again it can really soft wrote tax intestine and result in a linear foreign body doctor from also talked about the dangers of Easter lilies and again if you're not sure don't bring it into the house I will say per ruby in the lease are not truly is they are not from the hemerocallis or the million species and those are actually Okita bring end but if you're not a good bot next you can identify these plants when in doubt save his thing you can do is not bring them into the household Dr print what are some other dangers that you see during this time of the spring here well I'm down here it's kind of warm and the sun is starting to show itself and it feels like spring and I know that people like to open up their windows to let the and he's in the warm breeze command and cats love to lay in the sun beans but just be cautious about in windows because three our city killed the cat they want to see what's out there and they could just sneak out and if they live inside all the time you don't really know what to do when they get out there and they get lost so watch out for open windows in either way even if you had a strictly indoor cat I always recommend micro chipping because cats are so sneaky and fast they can get out and you would want them to be able to be returned home to you also around here we have a lot of people that drive pick up trucks and I see a lot of dogs riding around in the back of the pickup truck enjoying the breeze but I also see a lot of injuries associated with falls from that back in the truck so cautious about open windows and cautious about enjoying the breeze in dangerous ways for pets you know I used to practice in Massachusetts and I know they had a big initiative where they were trying to make it legal all four dogs to be tied into the back were left loose on secured in the back of a pickup truck while he was driving what are some safe ways to potentially transport your dog or cat if you're driving well I like the cat carrier now you know in the interest of talking about fear free I mentioned how you know when to stop your cat in a box and just get out your car swinging the Kerrier that's not good so you want to make sure that the cat has been acclimated to the Kerrier and feel safe inside the carrier it doesn't need to have a slippery surface and a carrier for a job also but they say that the most safe and least fearful spot for a cat to ride in a carrier is on the floor board behind the passenger seat because that passing cars and the things that they can see out the window had been suggested to be very fear inducing for cats SO cats in a carrier and dogs can have a crate or a seat belt to ride safely inside the cab of the vehicle as well I agree I live.

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"dr prints" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Talk pet. Radio dot com. Welcome back. We've been interviewing Dr Catherine prim who is the host of the radio show nine lives with Dr cat super all you had owners definitely want you to check out that radio show on pet life radio with Dr Primin. I have been talking about are the dangerous that we see to both dogs and cats this Easter holiday, so if you're going to church this Sunday, please do not bring home any flowers. Any Cup flowers any floors Fouquet's into the house if you have cats for dogs? It's okay. But with cats remember the dangerous of easterlies, these are true lilies from the Liliam or Hemmer county species. And again, it only takes two to three leaves even the pollen or the water in the vase to cause severe kidney failure in cats. Dr print also talked about the dangerous of that fake Easter grass in your kid's Easter basket. Cats like to chew on that. Because it looks like grass and it can result in a lie. Life threatening linear foreign body when it gets stuck around their tongue or in their stomach in saws through their intestine. So definitely want to keep that out of reach. We also see a lot of chocolate poisoning and a lot of broken hearts when kids find out that their Easter basket has been eaten by their dog. Don't forget about the dangers of chocolate. It can cause hyperactivity vomiting diarrhea a racing heart rate, a life threateningly elevated blood pressure,.

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"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:15 min | 2 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back t bet we're really excited to have Dr Catherine prim on today, and she's the radio host of nine lives with Dr cat. Dr cat. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thank you for having me. I'm really excited. So the first thing that I wanted to introduce my radio listeners to is. Can you give us a little bit of background about who you are what kind of pets you have. And what your favorite things to do outside of being a veterinarian? Sure. Well on animal veterinarian in Tennessee. And I have a dog, and I have a cat. And of course, I have been show that you mentioned. But one of my passions is really to talk about making visits to the veterinary hospital a little bit less stressful for pets. I think that if we can decrease the patient's anxiety to see us, then they'll be more apt to see us, and we can do a better job of preventing things that would have gone unchecked. So so I am the nation's I fear free, certified profession. Channel. And I love to talk about ways to make things more fear free for animals wonderful. So a lot of my cat and dog owners don't understand what fear free is do you mind just explaining what it is? And why you actually saw it out to actually be certified. Well, it's an initiative will Dr Marty Becker recognized that some of the anxiety that hats were feeling about visits to the veterinary hospital was a huddle for both the pet and the pet owner because even myself before I knew about fear free. I kinda dreaded taking my cat to the vet because he really doesn't like the car rides. And and he doesn't really enjoy the visits. Even though I'm veterinarian, and he can go to work with me. And I'm there so I was kind of driven to find a way to make that better because I've always wanted to be veterinarian from the time I was five, but never in those dreams and daydreams that I had did I ever in -ticipant that my patients would hide from. Me or bite me or be afraid of me. I thought that I would get to pine with kittens all day. So it was definitely a passion. When I discovered this movement that Dr Becker had started I really felt like it was a game changer for me. So I was waiting when they launched the program to be the first one certified, and I I have been so pleased that I did wonderful, and do you mind just telling some of our pet owners out there? What is involved with the surf vacation to become a fear free professional? Well, it is a module where you online you experience. Classes about ways that you can reduce fear, anxiety and stress in pets and medications and herbal things and activities that you can do in actions that you can plan to be aware winning Zion is happening. What are the signs of fear, anxiety and stress, and what can you do about them? So I think a lot of veterinarians have recognized that this is a problem. That the free program does kind of put it all in one place, and sort of it's like your easy button where they have things that you could just quickly refer to about what medications might you. Use to address the fear, anxiety and stress or how can you intimidate the visit for this pet and make it a little bit better of other. Visit. So the first level is about eight hours of certification classes and tests to prove that you have a simulated the material. So it's kind of a big deal. That's great in a previous episode on E R bet we actually interviewed Dr Lisa Rodosto who is a board certified veterinary behaviorist, and she talked about what we can do to minimize the fear stress aggression in our dog or cat when we go to the ER now as a general practitioner you oftentimes we'll have time to be able to implement pure free. And that's a little bit different in the ER. But I watch your hints. I of what we can do to get that fear out of that dog or cat when they go into the general practice, so your family doctor, and then some tips from you on how we can. Climent that specifically when they're visiting the ER. Well, I think that if you as a pet on our campus at yourself into the place of that pet it makes a huge difference because we're asking a lot from cats and dogs to accept what we're doing to them. And think that it's okay, they are instinctively designed to react and kind of a self preservation thing for them. And so it's pretty scary to stuff a cat in a box and bundle. It up in a car. And then get somewhere that the cat doesn't know. And there are people there that the cat doesn't know. And then kind of dump it out of the box and start sticking with needles. I mean that's expecting a lot from cat and some dogs as well. Great. Thank you. So specifically are there anything that cat owners can give at home before they bring their cat into the vet? Will there are a lot of pet owner resources on fear free? Happy homes website that are free to pet owners. You can access information about how do identify the fear and anxiety and stress in pets for yourself. I have a lot of owners that just thought that they're gone, for example was excited. Just happy to see me actually when they get to me. I see signs that that dog is telling me that his life is in danger. He's fearing for his life. So the first step is becoming aware of what your animals body language is telling you, and then work with your veterinarian to address it. Great. Thank you. Again. I always say don't give anything without talking to you about I. But there are a lot of great medications such as gamma pet, and our Transito that if you have time we can educate you on how to give to your cat or your dog before you come into the clinic just because we do want to minimize that risk now, Dr Prem water some emergencies that you commonly see in your practice when it comes to dogs and cats, and what are some things that owners need to know that they could have done potentially prevented that. Any tips you can leave with us. Well, I have kind of sim seasonal things. And I'm sure you experience it as well, I live in the country. So some of my emergencies are things like snake bites plant injections reactions to insect bites. But you know, if you have already worked with your veterinarian for your pet to not be afraid to go to the vet and makes emergency visit so much less stressful. And I tell people, you know, what I don't want your dog to be afraid of me because then if he has an emergency, and you bring him here he's going to trust that I'm trying to help him. And so it'll help whole emergency. Visit go better. So you're absolutely right. We use a lot of the previous at pharmaceuticals. We call him VP's, and we try to sort of plan ahead when we can I mean, not in an emergency situation. But eventually with the judicious use of we can build your pets trust in us. And then if they do have an emergency, and they have to come here. Then I trust that we're going to try to help them. All right. Great. Thank you so much now before the show. I know we were chatting and talking about Easter coming up. But I was wondering if you could give our listeners some tips about some Easter dangers for dogs and cats as we approached this upcoming holiday. Oh, absolutely Easter itself comes with its own dangers and Easter lilies are a big one because they are so toxic to cats not to dogs, but definitely two cats, and I don't think people realize that even some of the pollen from an Easter lily could be toxic to a cat because a cat will lick themselves. And so they can ingest the pollen in that way. And so still have them. I mean, if you're not sure if you've got a okay, and you don't know what's in it. You can certainly look online the ASPCA poison control center website and check for the photos to make sure that it isn't an Easter lily. And if you have a doubt don't bring it in Easter lilies and attic lilies, they all kinda count and they're super toxic and dangerous. For cats also Easter grass, and I hate Easter grass. And I remember when my son was little I would hate to see his grandmother bring the basket because the Easter grass will just kind of get everywhere. And I'd be pulling it out of the vacuum cleaner for months, but it's actually a danger to cats because they can chew on it like cats, do and shoe shoe shoe, and it gets kind of wrapped around their tongue but goes down their throat and can behave like a linear foreign body, which is just like the elastic in your waistband, and it saws through the intestinal tract. And can be very very dangerous for cats. So watch out for the Easter plants and the Easter baskets, and since I see a lot of dogs this time they year what are some dangers that the Easter basket can also hold that dog owners need to know about. Yeah. I've seen a lot of chocolate Centene pastel vomit. And I would say that the chocolate Easter bunnies. The chocolate candies. That are pastel. I can't even tell you. Times. I've seen lavender vomit and lavender and Brown. But yes, chocolate and do not underestimate a dogs will to get to an Easter basket. Even if you think that it is out of reach. Yeah. I always joke that unfortunately, dogs ruin all the holidays for little kids around the world are during this upcoming weekend 'cause they can always sniff out that chocolate and again, we do worry about chocolate. It's always the Joe set makes the poison, but most of the time if you have a dog that ADL Easter basket, we do want to calculate the amount of theobromine that's in there and ASPCA has great free app that you can download that lets you calculate whether or not the mount of chocolate is going to be dangerous to your bag. Thankfully, cats are two discriminating when it comes to their pallet to eat poisonous amounts of chocolate, but again, a huge danger this time of the year for dogs and some of the signs of chocolate poisoning. We can see include vomiting diarrhea acting really hyperactive even seizures tremors. Severe cases. I can also oftentimes see cardiovascular side effects from it where the heart is racing. They've a really elevated blood pressure. So when I doubt keep chocolate out of reach. And if you're not sure if your dog got into it, we always want you to seek veterinary attention immediately. So we can induce vomiting if needed and calculate whether or not it's going to be a poisoning risk, Mike, Dr prime mentioned, I hate Easter grass also and again, it can really saw through cats intestine and results in linear foreign body. Dr Pym also talked about the dangers of Easter lilies. And again, if you're not sure don't bring it into the house. I will say Peruvian lilies. Are not true lilies. They are not from the Hemmer Callus or Liliam species, and those are actually okay to bring in. But if you're not a good botanist, you can identify these plants when in doubt safest thing, you can do is not bring them into the household Dr print what are some other dangerous at UC during this time of the spring year? Well, down here, it's kind of warm in the sun is. Starting to show itself, and it feels like spring, and I know that people like to open up their windows to let the amazing warm breeze. Come in and cats love to lay in the sun beans, but just be cautious about open windows because curiosity killed the cat..

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"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I've had that discussion with somebody about the global impact that veterinarians are making in regards to rabies worldwide. Now since I've been in practice, I'm in practice in Tennessee. So a lot of people know that already, but since I've been in practice, there was actually a case of rabies in a child who did not survive within you know, I've been in practice for twenty two years. So within the last twenty two years, it was in Winchester, Tennessee, which is not exactly where I am. But really kind of close to home for rabies. Apparently this child had found a sick bat and had put the bat in a shoe box under his bed in his parents did not know that he had that. And you know, bats had those little sharp teeth and the bat didn't bite him. But the teeth may have scratched his hand enough or the saliva to impact him. So that was really heartbreaking. But I think about my responsibility to household pets, and how terrible would it be for a human being? And there. Pets to die from this disease. When I could've vaccinated for it. Oh, it is really tough. And honestly, it's one of those situations where rabies by far I think among people is one of the it seems to be one of the most shocking and notorious infectious diseases that people know about just because of the signs that it shows that sort of what we call mad dog that phase classical salad yeller old yeller exactly or or kujo is a movie that I think a lot of people are familiar with. But one secret silent or less celebrated killer that does affect people is leptospirosis. And you have a really good story about how you actually discovered leptospirosis in one of your patients. And fortunately that pet lives, and I think everybody should read about that. Specifically should read that chapter. And the reason I bring that up is just recently as two thousand seventeen there were leptospirosis cases in New Jersey. How exactly in Tennessee? Do you? You discuss lepto with your pet parents. Well, we have actually a risk assessment that we go through with our pet parents and each visit. And we talk about how leptospirosis Ken come from standing water that wildlife may have urinated in that wildlife. Are the source now I live in the smoky mountains there is no escaping the wildlife, and that's actually a good thing. And it's what I love about living here. But most of my patients are at risk and people don't know they can get leptospirosis you can get that from your pet. And if you do not know that and you become ill, it might be difficult for your physician to recognize that because veterinarians are a little bit more aware of this risk. Maybe then just the day to day physician. So again, it can be vaccinated for so ask your veterinarian. If your dog might be at risk. That's a really good point. And that's kind of what so interesting about rabies. Is it it talks? About zoonotic disease in the fact that it could spread from a dog to a man, but leptospirosis is the most common zoonotic disease up. We all know about rabies, but we'd so important to know about leptospirosis, and I grew up just like you in the woods essentially in more of a rural area, and we had we saw raccoons skunks and deer that walk through our yard. And it's important to know that leptospirosis the reservoir for it, our deer raccoons skunks. And so a lot of these wildlife can carry that bacteria and not be affected by it. And so they're not sick. They're walking around shutting that bacteria, and they seem totally fine. Your dog drinks from a puddle or plays in the swamps. And now you're wondering how in the heck did my dog get leptospirosis? How did I get leptospirosis from potentially either not cleaning up or having contact with my dogs? It's it's one of those situations where people like you said just don't think about it until their offense. Right. Well, and so you have a whole entire chapter, which I thought was really awesome that I'd never seen this information before where you talk about cleaning up because cleanup is really important in stopping the spread of Arvo virus, for example, between dogs that are infected, and you also talk about some of the other things that are included in the parvo vaccine like distemper and Adna virus and parvo and para influenza, we don't really have time to get into all of those. But they're they're they're in the book, and you talk about how to clean it up. And I spend a lot of time talking with pet parents about advice on cleaning up now, I can just send them to your chapter. Well, I appreciate that. But I gotta be honest. I think one of the infectious disease entities are group of infectious disease. Entities were cleanup could not be more important. Listen, it's always important. But one of it really affects businesses affects people on almost a daily basis is the idea of respiratory viruses is the. The whole quote unquote, common cold that you see in pets and we call this basically canine cough, infectious canine, call for canine infections, respiratory disease, complex, whatever you want to call it whatever the terminology is the key is pep. Parents are they're devastated they're concerned. They get very worried when they see that their pet goes to a facility, let's say a doggy daycare facility, your pet grooming facility or even to veterinarian's office and comes back coughing. And so when you see that, you know, these are organisms that make pets cough, and they're in the air, and they're on surfaces, and they're in Pat balls, and they're on pet items like leashes in hollers, and harnesses, and so clean up becomes absolutely essential at your practice. Do you have very diligent cleanup protocols to prevent the spread of respiratory infectious. Canine disease, actually, we do and it's funny that you mentioned that one of the sponsors for. For our infectious disease manual is the heroes for healthy pets, and so my entire staff, and I have all completed that program they provide some continuing education about disinfectants, and how to be super duper careful, and it was an amazing experience for all of us were all certified as heroes for healthy pets. I'm glad that you brought that up heroes for healthy pets perfect. And that is part of you know, what's what I like about that particular program is I'll see that a lot in various seminars where people can get certified for heroes for healthy pets because what they realized through that program is that it's multipronged there's multipronged. Yes. Cleanup is very important. Yes, vaccination is very important. But also identifying the risk factors identifying when groups of dogs congregate together or if we have situations where we have unhealthy pats. What signs do you look for when you see a dog who is not feeling well, all of these are integrated curriculum. So what I like about Europe's? Our healthy pets, and how to prevent infectious diseases that the focus isn't all about vaccination. It's not all about cleanup. It's not all about recognizing. When you see a sick dog. It's about all of them together in a more comprehensive understanding, and so is our parents guide. So people need to go to dog flu dot com and download the free pet parents guide to infectious diseases have dogs because it is good information, and it is free, and Dr Courtney, and I were both just really blessed to have been able to work together on this project to present this amazing amount of information for free to doglovers. Absolutely, stop whatever you're doing right now and good a dog flu dot com, and that will actually don't stop. I want you to continue listening his podcast when you're done listening, Goto dot dot com and download this book because it's like I said, it's it's wonderful. It has everything there. You can constantly use it as a reference keep it on your bookshelf and keep going back to it over and over and over and share it with your family. So when they say to you, hey, what is kennel cough? And then you realize, oh, this is what kennel cough is it's not just border Tele and you start to learn about it. You can be informed for your family and also you can enter. Tain people at dinner parties, you can seem like the real smart one. So I completely agree. Go to dot com and download this book because it's both like you said, entertaining because of your art of storytelling, but it's also informative inaccurate. That's what I love your hard work. Well, listen, it's important. The reason I say, listen, I think that when I think about this book, and I think about the kind of information out there. What to me is the most impressive is the amount that we've learned now, there's still plenty that we don't know. But I think that it's important to remember, you know, even from nine hundred sixty seven first parvo outbreak, then nineteen Seventy-nine another parvo outbreak. Then the year two thousand is when parvo mutated into two AC, so even from nineteen sixty seven all the way to your two thousand and even now in this two thousand eighteen we basically have learned so much in the volume of medical information doubles every ten years, and so having the most updated and most current information is perfect and. I like the fact that we also it wasn't just you. And I we also had a team of references and other resources that we drew from to make sure that everything is up to date and very accurate, and it was really fun. And I thought it came together beautifully. So I am so happy to get to talk to you again. And for us to get to visit about this project and share it with everyone. Okay. Well, Dr print thank you so much for joining me on this podcast. It was awesome. Talking to you about this book. I'm actually really.

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"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And download the free pet parents guide to infectious diseases of dogs because it is good information, and it is free, and Dr Courtney, and I were both just really blessed to have been able to work together on this project to present this amazing amount of information for free to doglovers. Absolutely, stop whatever you're doing right now and go to dog flu dot com, and well, actually, don't stop. I want you to continue listening to podcast when you're done listening, Goto dot dot com and download this book because it's like I said, it's it's wonderful. It has everything there. He can be constantly use it as a reference keep it on your bookshelf and keep going back to it over and over and over and share it with your family. So when they say to you, you know, hey, what is kennel cough? And then you realize, oh, this is what kennel cough is. It's not just Boorda Tele and you start to learn about it. You can be informed for your family and also you can enter. Tain people at dinner parties, you can seem like the real smart one. So I I completely agree. Go to dog food dot com and download this book because it's both like you said entertaining because of your art of storytelling, but it's also informative inaccurate. That's what I love your hard work. Yeah. Well, this is important. The reason I say, listen, I think that when I think about this book, and I think about the kind of information out there. What to me is the most impressive is the amount that we've learned now, there's still plenty that we don't know. But I think that it's important to remember, you know, even from nine hundred sixty seven first parvo outbreak, then nine thousand nine hundred seventy nine another parvo outbreak. Then the year two thousand is when parvo mutated into two AC, so even from nineteen sixty seven all the way to your two thousand and even now in this two thousand eighteen we basically have learned so much in the volume of medical information doubles every ten years, and so having the most updated and most current information is perfect. And I like the fact that we also it wasn't just you. And I we also had a team of references, and and other resources that we drew from to make sure that everything is up to date and very accurate, and it was really fun. And I thought it came together beautifully. So I am so happy to get to talk to you again. And for us to get to visit about this project and share it with everyone. Okay. Well, Dr print thank you so much for joining me on this podcast. It was awesome. Talking to you about this book. I'm actually really excited because I know just listening.

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Pet Life Radio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dot com and download the free pet parents guide to infectious diseases have dogs because it is good information, and it is free, and Dr Courtney, and I were both just really blessed to have been able to work together on this project to present this amazing amount of information for free to doglovers. Absolutely, stop whatever you're doing right now and go to dog flu dot com, and well, actually, don't stop. I want you to continue listening to podcasts when you're done listening Goto dot com and download this book because it's like I said, it's it's wonderful. It has everything there. He can you constantly use it as a reference keep it on your bookshelf and keep going back to it over and over and over and share it with your family. So when they say to you, you know, hey, what is kennel cough? And then you realize, oh, this is what kennel cough is. It's not just Boorda Tele and you start to learn about it. You can be informed for your family and also you can enter. Tain people at dinner parties, you can seem like the real smart one. So I I completely agree. Go to dog food dot com and download this book because it's both like you said entertaining because of your art of storytelling, but it's also informative inaccurate. That's what I love your hard work. Well, this is important. The reason I say, listen, I think that when I think about this book, and I think about the kind of information out there. What to me is the most impressive is the amount that we've learned now, there's still plenty that we don't know. But I think that it's important to remember, you know, even from nine hundred sixty seven first parvo outbreak, then nineteen Seventy-nine another parvo outbreak. Then the your two thousand is when parvo mutated into two AC, so even from nineteen sixty seven all the way to your two thousand and even now in this two thousand eighteen we basically have learned so much in the volume of medical information doubles every ten years, and so having the most updated and most current information is perfect and. I like the fact that we also it wasn't just you. And I we also had a team of references, and and other resources that we drew from to make sure that everything is up to date and very accurate, and it was really fun. And I thought it came together beautifully. So I am so happy to get to talk to you again. And for us to get to visit about this project and share it with everyone. Okay. Well, Dr print thank you so much for joining me on this podcast. That was awesome. Talking to you about this book. I'm actually really excited because I know just listening to you and having people hear your voice is.

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Pet Life Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And download the free pet parents guide to infectious disease of dogs because it is good information, and it is free, and Dr Courtney, and I were both just really blessed to have been able to work together on this project to present this amazing amount of information for free to doglovers. Absolutely, stop whatever you're doing right now and go to dog flu dot com, and well, actually, don't stop I want you to continue listeners podcast when you're done listening Goto dot dot com and download this book because it's like I said, it's it's wonderful. It has everything there. He can be constantly used as a reference keep it on your bookshelf and keep going back to it over and over and over and share it with your family. So when they say to you, you know, hey, what is kennel cough? And then you realize, oh, this is what kennel cough is. It's not just Boorda Tele and you start to learn about it. You can be informed for your family and also you can enter. Detain people at dinner parties, you can seem like the real smart one. So I I completely agree. Go to dot com and download this book because it's both like you said, entertaining because of your art of storytelling, but it's also informative inaccurate. That's what I love your hard work. Well, this is important. The reason I say, listen, I think that when I think about this book, and I think about the kind of information out there. What to me is the most impressive is the amount that we've learned now, there's still plenty that we don't know. But I think that it's important to remember, you know, even from nine hundred sixty seven first parvo outbreak, then nineteen Seventy-nine another parvo outbreak. Then the year two thousand is when parvo mutated into two AC, so even from nineteen sixty seven all the way to your two thousand and even now in this two thousand eighteen we basically have learned so much in the volume of medical information doubles every ten years, and so having the most updated and most current information is perfect and. I like the fact that we also it wasn't just you. And I we also had a team of references, and and other resources that we drew from to make sure that everything is up to date and very accurate, and it was really fun. And I thought it came together beautifully. So I am so happy to get to talk to you again. And for us to get to visit about this project and share it with everyone. Okay. Well, Dr print thank you so much for joining me on this podcast. It was awesome. Talking to you about this book. I'm actually really excited because I know just listening to you and having people hear your voice.

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Pet Life Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"It has everything very can you constantly use it as a reference keep it on your bookshelf and keep going back to it over and over and over and share it with your family. So when they say to you, you know, hey, what is kennel cough? And then you realize, oh, this is what kennel cough is. It's not just boarded Tele and you start to learn about it. You can be informed for your family and also you can enter. Tain people at dinner parties, you can seem like the real smart one. So I I completely agree. Go to dot com and download this book because it's both like you said, entertaining because of your art of storytelling, but it's also informative inaccurate. That's what I love your hard work is important. The reason I say, listen, I think that when I think about this book, and I think about the kind of information out there. What to me is the most impressive is the amount that we've learned now, there's still plenty that we don't know. But I think that it's important to remember, you know, even from nine hundred sixty seven first parvo outbreak, then nineteen Seventy-nine another parvo outbreak. Then the year two thousand is when parvo mutated into two AC, so even from nineteen sixty seven all the way to your two thousand and even now in this two thousand eighteen we basically have learned so much in the volume of medical information doubles every ten years, and so having the most updated and most current information is perfect and. I like the fact that we also it wasn't just you. And I we also had a team of references and other resources that we drew from to make sure that everything is up to date and very accurate, and it was really fun. And I thought it came together beautifully. So I am so happy to get to talk to you again. And for us to get to visit about this project and share it with everyone. Okay. Well, Dr print thank you so much for joining me on this podcast. That was awesome. Talking to you about this book. I'm actually really excited because I know just listening to you and having people hear your voice is gonna make.

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04:24 min | 3 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

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"dr prints" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

Packet Pushers - Datanauts

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"dr prints" Discussed on Packet Pushers - Datanauts

"Videos and music and he was using these print there is in the university network and he was filling up our driver's and he didn't realize he was actually maximum at the space more hat was the end users could print because they're the voices clothing store dr print content now that's kind of a very happy to say a simple approach the denial is service of clinton to orders for another example is and re people can google these is where you can icy sand the malicious ten content or a p j l language or some him stripped out only the trent engine will understand you can height that language poor innocent line of logic that the printer can understand that the print then jin usm pc our p j o and put in this internet infinity nuke that will cause a plan and they're just stay spin in its process and on this cold is aksy easily available out there so gould and they can do to send the trend job to what printer and all of a sudden printers caught open this loop and and i have seen this and it's quays the do i keep me on copy of sticks forecast than i am i mrs abedi's one how do you stop this type of thing goes back to the point about secure satins locking down your print there too good meant this and these are spready simple deny left scherzer's that story about the students storing media on a bunch of printers linnet in some ways it there's also liabilities you there because of that media may be stolen or something then it's on a university device they've made their some liability and expose themselves risk as a possible subsoiling are eldin's open and if you look at the whole gdp your komenan next year now data managed newton updated printers would be part of that 'cause you will be portion personal data true printers so people need to be conscious at printers will have sensitive data on youth azwar controls are regarded place to protect estate.

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