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"uterine infection" Discussed on Animal Radio
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Just head on over to animal radio pet or download the animal radio app for iPhone or Android. What do you have for this hour? Coming up, I have a great list for you. It's got two lists actually in one. The number one reason for vet visits, what makes you take your pet to the vet. And the top ten items that pets eat that they shouldn't that makes you take them to the vet. Okay, I'm sure you have your own stories, doctor Debbie. Yes, I have my favorites, but I'd have to say eating things is definitely by far one of the most common reasons people bring their animals to the vet. And we're going to find out exactly what is it that they're eating in just a few minutes right here on animal radio. You know, who is also going to be on the show in just a couple of minutes, vlade, the world famous Russian dog wizard. And that name may sound familiar to you if you're a longtime listener, you know, about vlade. If you're a brand new listener, he's coming up in just a couple of minutes and you want to stick around for that. But first, let's head to the phones for your calls. Welcome to the show, John. Hello. Hey. How are you? Good. I have doctor Debbie right here. What's going on with your animal? Oh, I have a female border collie. And I also have one of her sons because they're cow dogs, and we work cows with them. Anyway, we were gone for a few days and didn't realize that she had come in heat and sure enough, the day we got home, we noticed that her son had bred her or read her that day. Oh, okay. So what we could do about that, if there's a morning after pill or something for a dog or yeah, well, you know, the best thing that I could suggest is to have this baby spade. That's the honest truth here. You know, she's at an age already at 6 where if she's not spayed, we do have to be a watchful for some other health problems that are coming on. Pyometra, which is a uterine infection, plus all the different cancers in the reproductive tract. So I don't see a reason that I would endorse allowing a pregnancy to go forward at this point. But in response to your question, is there a miss mating pill you can give? There's really not a pill that we give to dogs to terminate pregnancy. It's kind of for me, I have to say, it's something I don't do a lot of reproductive work because I don't particularly enjoy it. I think we have enough doggies on this earth that we don't need to really be reproducing them for them. But there are some different miss mating techniques that can be done. Generally, in the U.S., they're limited to treatment 30 days after they've already become pregnant. So you've already got a pretty full, almost full term pregnancy there. So for me, I find that a little distasteful to have to terminate pregnancies at that point. So those are different types of injection techniques that are done. In other countries, they do have some injections that can be done early into the pregnancy. Just almost immediately after breeding. But it's really not very widespread in the U.S.. You could always check around and see if your area, if you have any kind of reproductive specialists that have this available. But it's really not advised. I'd say to let this baby go for it. Now, what would be the puppies would be like? And what kind of concerns do you have? When we breed too closely related dogs, whether they're brother and sister, father and daughter, you run the risk of concentrating genes. So normally this is done with any breeding operation. They'll take a good dog and a good dog. And they hope to have more good genes. So if we've got any kind of recessive genes, any bad genes in there, you're going to have a more likely expression of those genes. And in colleagues, there's certainly every braids got them, but there's certainly some that we'd be worried about that that could concentrate eye anomaly as one of them. There's a neutrophil problem. There's some neurologic problems, some recessive type diseases that can occur. So there is some potential, but I see in the wide vast number of closely related dogs that breed, we don't always see a bunch of abnormal puppies. But you do definitely run that risk of having some of those certain diseases expressed more likely. I don't know if the parents have any kind of health problems or anything that in any related to health problems and we use this dog. She's out of a national champion stock dog and we usually breed her to along those bloodlines, not the same bloodlines, but to champion stock dogs and then we train the pups and sell them to ranchers. So it's not like just a normal just a normal dog, you know? Okay. All right. That's the reason why I don't want to spare because we sell the puppies for a lot of money. Oh, gosh. You breaking my heart here, man. It 6 years, and she put her years in. Is there uterus done? This is my opinion here, and I'd have to say that it's just maybe a time you need to really consider has she done her service for
"uterine infection" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Celebrating our connection with our pets. We do have some email. Actually we got email and Facebook posts and you can go over it like us over at Facebook at animal radio. And we have a question on Facebook for Allen and I'm going to pass it on to you, Alan here. I'll read it too. I have an American pit bull terrier. This is Kyra. No, this is Ashley. Ashley writes, I have an American pit bull terrier. What's your name? What does she have? Who? Just shy of three years old, and she has extreme car anxiety. That is the pit bull terrier, not Ashley. She loves to go out, but when she gets into the car, she starts panting, drooling, and pacing. She can't get comfortable. She goes along trip she needs to be given medicines like clonidine. Clonidine, is that how you say that? Still won't relax her. She's also tried the thunder shirt, which helps a little butt she still has high anxiety. What can we do to help her? That's a common problem. And it happens a lot. I'm going to write Ashley a detailed explanation. But in general, dogs make associations. If something bad happens to a dog when they're in a certain circumstance or instance, they associate that with unpleasant things. You have to change the association from something unpleasant to pleasant. And the best way to start is to take the dog in the car when you're not going anywhere and just sit there mellow, don't talk, give the dog treats. And when the dog lays down and is very mellow, you reward the dog by petting the dog saying. Good dog. Good dog. Give him a treat. Just like you do with Joey. You know, Joey goes on a little card. It's just the same thing. Wait a minute. So when the dog elaborate on this. So when you take the dog in the car, is the car running you driving or you're just in a driveway sitting there. No, you take it in steps, you know, first thing you do is you just sit in the driveway with the dog and you do it for a couple of weeks till you notice the dog is calm and looks at the car is, hey, this is cool. I'm getting rewards. I'm getting pet. Then you start it up and sit there with the dog. You don't go anywhere. And as soon as the dog is mellow and associating the car with a good thing, you take the dog to a fun place. The first place you should go is someplace fun. Because then the dog starts to associate the car with good. So you take the dog to the dog park or for a walk or to play in the park, anywhere good. And you do that for about two, three weeks. And over time with patience and persistence and you being calm, your dog will start to associate the car with great stuff instead of being afraid. That's how you do it. You know, you're right, 'cause my wife did that with me, we used to sit in a driveway, and then she would take me somewhere to eat. And then we would go to Neiman Marcus. And then I realized, okay, now you know what? I'm screwed now. But who already there? Okay, so the trick is feed them first before you take them shopping. Okay. Absolutely. Remember, there are several ways to get your questions to us. You can head on over to our Facebook page and animal radio, and you should head over there anyway and like us. We're giving away lots of great stuff. That's it animal radio, or tweet us your questions at animal radio, or even through the iPhone and Android app for animal radio. You should download that puppy so you can listen to the show and ask your questions at the same time. We have Pam for doctor Debbie hi Pam. How are you? I'm okay. What's going on? Okay. I rescued this about the year. I haven't had her stated yet. I don't know if she's coming in. Or what, but she cries. I mean, like maybe once. It's out of the month. She'll like this crying sound. And what is she doing when she's crying? Trying to track you down, trying to come closer to you. Is she about yours? I have four other cats. But they're all faded. They've been faded since they were real little. And she'll go up to them and lay down or rub up against them and just do all kinds of things they love her, but I mean, I don't know if she's trying to come in here. I don't know, she's hurting. Okay, I'll tell you what, Pam. The simple truth, it sounds like your cat is just horning. It really does. So kitty's kitty's will add a kitten from downstairs that hadn't been fixed. Up here. Well, why are you looking for trouble here? No, I'm not that I want to find out your shoes really in need. And she laughing, she got mad at him, but she hears that in her hair stood up. That's love. So I told my manager just taking away because she was getting really violent. Yeah, well, I'll tell you what. If you're kittens or for cats, they can go into heat. You generally about 6 months. But I've seen some female cats go into heat as early as four or 5 months of age. But when they do go into heat, it's pretty obnoxious. They will definitely kind of meow, carry on. A lot of times they'll take their backside and stick it towards their favorite loved one, whether it's either a person or another animal. And they'll stick their tail up really high. Do a lot of rolling behavior. Now, in they'll go in and out of heat and that's the crazy thing with cats, is that it just doesn't stop. Like a dog, we're going to heat twice a year generally. And you're done and over with it. With cats, you could count on this fun pretty much year round because they'll go into heat for a couple days. And then they'll go out for a couple of weeks. And then it'll come back. So yeah. Exactly. I'd say get that taken care of. But my goodness, you tempt fate getting that boy around there. And the way that cats made when they are mating, they actually turn around and they fight. So there's a little bit of love there, but there's also a little bit of hate. Okay. Okay, because my daughter said mama, she's coming in. He too much is bad for you. Yeah, you got to get it done and not only for her to go out of heat, but there's a lot of health issues. I have a lot of she could avoid what kind of cancer can she avoid doctor? Well, the big thing in females, it would be avoiding mammary cancer. That's the big one. So if we take away the estrogen production, then we can decrease the risk of breast cancer. But there's also the other pyometra, the uterine infection. And just that desire for her to sneak out that door when she's feeling especially amorous. And you ask something, is she in pain? We don't know. It's certainly possible that cats could be having cramps. We don't know. So, you know, I guess you'd make the argument a heck. Most women hate their period, so why not spare her that heartache there? 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"uterine infection" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Oh, you're gonna want to stick around for this show today. Besides your phone calls, a couple of great guests. We have a Jeremy 5. He's written a book called how my cat made me a better man. Apparently he's one of these guys that was down and out. I guess he lived in a small apartment, didn't have any work, didn't have any girlfriends, which is really bummed with life. And he looked down at his cat, and his cat was just very happy, and very content with life. So he figured, perhaps there were some lessons he could learn from his cat. And he did. He did, he read a book on it, a very good book I might add. And we'll have giveaways of that book as well as talk to Jeremy in just a few minutes. Also, from The Washington Post, Sadie ding Felder will be joining us. I love that name, ding falter. She tested the weirdest pet products on the Internet. And there's some pretty weird things. Oh yes. And these are all things that you can get by simply going online and ordering them. And she'll tell us her point of view on all of these items coming up in just a few minutes. Or her animals point of view. True that. Yeah. Robert Zimmer is with us with 10 million reasons. The pet world is inspiring me. Do we really enough time for that? Did you tell him that his segments always? He needs to keep a little shorter. You might have to cut that down, Robert, but 10 million reasons the pet world is inspiring me up with Robert Zimmerman just a few minutes right here on animal radio. Laurie Brooks on the newsroom with Gordy at all. How are you doing? Yes. What do you got? I'm doing well, how are you doing? Splendid splitting atoms over here. I noticed you haven't caught my cold yet. Everyone else has, but you're doing fine. You know, I'm a germ phobe, so everything is lyse all down when I leave the studio. Coming up though, cats are always getting into the most precarious predicaments. Stuck somewhere. So how firefighters get cats unstuck? We'll give you their secret. That's on the way right here on animal radio, but first year calls for doctor Debbie and Joey vellani. Hi, Pam. How are you? I'm okay. What's going on? Okay. I rescued this kitten about, oh, it's been almost a year. I haven't had her stated yet. She, I don't know if she's coming in. He or what, but she cries. I mean, like, maybe once or twice out of the month. She'll like this crying sound. Okay. And what is she doing when she's crying? Is she trying to track you down, trying to come closer to you? Is she about doors? Okay, I have four other cats. But they're all faded. They've been faded since they were real little. And she'll go up to them and lay down or try to rub up against them and just do all kinds of things they love her, but she just, I mean, I don't know if she's trying to come in here. I don't know, she's hurting. She's okay. Skinny. Okay, I'll tell you what, Pam. The simple truth, it sounds like your cat is just horny. It really does. Kitties will add a kitten from downstairs that hadn't been fixed. Up here. Well, why? Are you looking for trouble here? No, I'm not that I wanted to find out your shoes, really? And she's laughing, she got mad at me, but she hears that in her hair stood up. That's love. So I, you know, I told my manager just taking away because she was getting really violent. Yeah, well, I'll tell you what. For kittens or for cats, they can go into heat, you generally about 6 months, but I've seen some female cats go into heat as early as four or 5 months of age. But when they do going to heat, it's pretty obnoxious. They'll definitely kind of meow, carry on. A lot of times they'll take their backside and stick it towards their favorite loved one, whether it's either a person or another animal. And they'll stick their tail up really high. Do a lot of rolling behavior. Now, in they'll go in and out of heat and that's the crazy thing with cats, is that it just doesn't stop. Like a dog, we're going to heat twice a year generally, and you're done an over with it. With cats, you can count on this fund pretty much year round because they'll go into heat for a couple days. And then they'll go out for a couple of weeks, and then it'll come back. So yeah. Exactly. I'd say get that taken care of. And my goodness. You can't fake getting that boy around there. And the way that cats made when they're mating, they actually turn around and they fight. So there's a little bit of love there, but there's also a little bit of hate. Okay. Okay, because it was like, let me see how she acts when the has it been fixed. And because my male catch, you know, they've been since they were kittens. And then in their like 9 years old and my female sign, but I rescued her out of the alley, her mama just dropped her, and I've had her ever since, and they just took four. Matter of fact, they made them lazy things. But I just didn't know, I kept thinking, man, she just, my daughter said, mama, she's coming in. He too much of Bedford. She's doing it. Yeah, you got to get it done and not only for her to go out of heat. But there's a lot of health issues. I know. What kind of cancerous can she avoid doctor? Well, the big thing in females, it would be avoiding mammary cancer. That's the big one. So if we take away the estrogen production, then we can decrease the risk of breast cancer. But there's also the other pyometra, the uterine infection. And just that desire for her to sleep out that door when she's feeling especially amorous. And you ask something, is she in pain? We don't know. It's certainly possible that cats could be having cramps. We don't know. So I guess you'd make the argument a heck. Most women hate their period, so why not spare her that heartache? Thanks for your call today. We appreciate it, Pam. Well, don't forget you can get your fix of animal radio anytime you want with the animal radio app for iPhone and Android. Download it now, why don't you? It's made possible by fear free happy homes, helping your pets live their happiest, healthiest, fullest lives at home at the vet, everywhere in between, visit them now and fear free, happy homes, dot com. And thanks for your free for underwriting animal radio. Hey, John. Hi, how you doing? Doing good, where are you calling from today? I'm in Florida. Florida. A little north of little north of West Palm Beach in Stuart. Well, doctor Debbie's right here, what's going on with your animals? Well, the problem that I have is I have a hundred pound box or almost a hundred and I have a mud, but they drink a lot of water, but what my problem is, I have a water bottle in the garage turned upside down and the 5 gallons bottle on top of a ball, but you still only be a two gallon and I put a bigger one on, but it would get all moldy inside. So my vet told me it was okay to use pool water in it, which keeps it clear, but I'm just worried about them drinking so much pool water continuously. I mean, they always have fresh in the house, but they're always outside because they just have to be out with you. Okay. So now.
"uterine infection" Discussed on The Birth Ease Podcast
"Was expecting her first child. I was honoured when she decided to take hypno- birthing classes with me and have me attend her birth with her as her hip no dula. She had an unmedicated natural earth despite her doctors disbelief regarding her ability to do it. This is the article mentioned. The words labor and delivery too many women and thoughts of excruciating pain and prolonged agony harsher to surface more and more women everywhere are searching for alternative ways to relieve labor pain techniques such as bradley method in the mas two forms of natural childbirth are popular with expected moms but many say that once the pain of contractions start the techniques. Go out the window. One technique that is gaining popularity with women and members of the medical community is hypno- thing. Hypno- birthing combines hypnosis with comprehensive topper education relaxation imagery exercises and positive affirmations to believe the pain associated with labor and delivery michelle smith of saint cloud a certified hypnotist thing practitioner in to la or birth assistant acknowledges that there are similarities between the different methods of natural childbirth. But says the use of hypnosis makes hypno- birthing a more effective pain reducing technique. It's like getting a very powerful extra tool to release fear and to create deeper more profound relaxation. Smith's that the hypno- birthing program was developed in nineteen eighty nine by clinical hypnotherapist. Marie mongan and it is based on the work of an english. Obstetrician dr grant. Dick read considered by many to be the father of modern natural childbirth. Dick read believes that pain in in childbirth was brought upon by what he called the fear tension paint syndrome when a woman is afraid she gets tense which brings resistance and pain. The pain i felt while giving birth to my first child was so overwhelming that i fell out of control said lynette de leon of orlando who is expecting her second child this fall. I wanted to have a natural breathing experience but after twenty four hours active labour i fell exhausted and unable to go on. It was then that my doctor suggested and epa d'oro risks of the epa truro or anesthesia administered through a catheter inserted near the base of the spine is according to many in the medical community. The most effective form of labor pain relief that relief however does not come free of risk. Some of the complications associated with epa d'oro anesthesia are an increase in uterine infections longer labors and more interventions such as caesarean sections and the use of forceps to deliver the baby. Many mothers are also concerned with the effects that drugs may have on their unborn babies. Proponents of hypno- ker things say the female anatomy is perfectly designed to experience relatively pain-free childbirth. When a woman is able to relax and work in harmony with her body smith teaches her clients to empower themselves.
"uterine infection" Discussed on Animal Radio
"You are Quite a dancer. I know i've said this before. That is one of my favorite songs. That i can't sit still in. That song comes on well. you know what. It's the universal language music that is it. Well that's what i've read. I've been told that and maybe even more universal than we think really yes it may be that our animals have that musical instinct as well. We've seen videos or you've shown me videos of birds bopping their head. Yeah and they do it and beat to the music and time to the music. It's like they get it so maybe they understand music and when it's all about we're going to be talking to dr coming. Make sure i pronounce his name right. It's phonetic thank you for phonetically putting needed out here because it is a. It's a tough one. dr hanky honing. And he's a researcher and he observes the way animals respond to music. How cool is that okay. That's on the way let's go to the phones. Welcome to the show. John how are you good. I have dr debbie right here. What's going on with your animal. Oh i have a female Border collie and i also have one of her sons because They're cow dogs and we work cows with them anyway We were gone for a few days and didn't realize that she had come in heat and Sure enough The day we got home we noticed that her son had bred her that day. Okay so we're wondering what we can do about that if there's a morning after pill or something for for a dog or yeah well you know. The best thing that i could suggest is to have this baby spade. That's the honest truth here. You know she's at an age already at six where you know if she's not spayed. We do have to be watchful for some other health problems. That are coming on Pyrometer which is a uterine infection us all the different cancers in the reproductive tract so I don't see a reason that i would endorse allowing pregnancy to go forward at this point but in response to your question. Is there a miss meeting pill you can give. There's really not a pill that we give to dogs to terminate pregnancy. Kind of for me. I have to say something. I i don't do a lot of reproductive work because i don't particularly enjoy it. I think we have enough doggies on this earth that we don't need to really be reproducing them for them but there are some different misleading techniques. That can be done. Generally in the us Limited to treatment thirty days after they've already become pregnancy. Vardi got a pretty full almost full term pregnancy. There so for me. I find that a little distasteful to have to terminate pregnancies at that point So those are different types of injection techniques that are done in other countries. They do have some Injections that can be done early into the pregnancy. Just you know almost immediately after breeding but it's really not very widespread in the us You could always check around and see if your area if you have any kind of reproductive specialists that have this available now. What would be the puppies be like. And what kind of concerns do you have When we breed too closely related dogs whether their brother and sister father and daughter you run the risk of Concentrating genes so normally this is done with any breeding operation. They'll take a dog and good dog and they hope to have more good genes. So if we've got any kind of recessive genes any bad genes in they are. You're going have a more likely expression of those genes You know everybody's got him but there are certainly some that we'd be worried about that. That could concentrate. Collie eye anomaly as one of them. There's a neutral problem. There's some urologic problems. Recessive type diseases that can occur so there is some potential but i in the wide vast number of closely related dogs that breed. We don't always see a bunch of abnormally puppies But you definitely run that risk of having some of those certain diseases expressed more likely so. I don't know if the parents have any kind of health problems or anything that you know. We use this dog. She's she's out of a national champion stock dog and we we usually breed her. You know along those bloodlines. Not not not the same bloodlines. But you know to champion stock dogs and then we train the pumps and sell them to ranchers so not like just a normal dog. you know. that's the reason why. I don't want to spare because you know we sell puppies for a lot of money. Gosh breaking my heart here man. It's six years as she put her years in their uterus. Done You the. This is my opinion here and i'd have to say that you know it's just maybe a time you need to really consider. Has she done her service for you. Move on the on the ranchi and In the reproduction category here. I'm sympathetic. With what kind of You know life. She lives in what she's doing. But gosh i just got to say you know I'd either let this litter have its way and then maybe they just become polity pats But like i said if you're really looking to terminate pregnancy. You're looking at doing that. Maybe about a month down the road. I hope that's not the case as she's too valuable to risk. Anything happened to her. Now laugh batch. she had. She had a c. Section is that Advised to do that again. Or you know. There's some controversy whether not if pet has a c. section that they're going to always need to see section and and i don't see that that's always the case there are some breeds Usually the bulldogs the bigheaded breeds. Where i'd say that tends to be a little bit more of the case but it doesn't mean she's absolutely going to require that so So so hopefully that won't be the case in things are going naturally and who knows maybe it. Maybe it doesn't take. Maybe even better i son of a of a ten time world champion stock dog and she didn't settle that one. So that was kind of a bummer. We were looking forward to that. One that will give you a little girl scratching her head for may. She's a hardworking dog. And i wish fast fear call their john. He don't forget you can get your fix of animal radio anytime you want with the animal radio app for iphone and android download it. Now it's made possible by fear free pets taking the pet out of petrified visit them at fear free. Happy homes dot com. You're listening to animal radio. Call the dream team now with a free animal. Radio app for iphone and android. Hi everybody this is lorrie. Morgan reminding you to please stay or neuter. Your pets act is something bothering him or her and you can't figure out what it is. Maybe they seem slow lethargic and maybe they just don't have energy wouldn't you like your dog to be their very best life. Pedroia offers a money back guarantee on all of its products. If your dog won't eat it or you don't see the results you want. Just let us know. 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"uterine infection" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"They're they are our official sponsor of one light radio and we always appreciate what they do and helping us get the word out with great animal lovers like more a davies whose first up on the show today Before i get to more. I want to tell everyone at the half. We're gonna be talking with ryan kane again He is amazing. He is the president of the spiro group and the president and ceo of nashville recovery center. We're gonna be talking about tips for living in recovery from addiction. Lot of people have addictions in this world. And we're here to talk about it today on live radio but more davies with us. I'm so glad to have her back. She is vice president for marketing and communications at the spca of texas. That's the society for the prevention of cruelty to animals. Their website is simply spca dot org or on instagram at spca texas or facebook sp a of texas page. That's a lot a lot of words. Oh my gosh. Pc texas page makes me sad because we used to have just as pc texas. It's like come on facebook but we we started on facebook right. Facebook was was an infant and when they changed how we were supposed to appear whether it was. I forget it's been too long since is like six zero seven. Yeah we were like a page or part something when they switched over to what we are what we have the kind of page that we have now. It wouldn't let us have our own. Spca texas because we started early with facebook. Thanks baseball oh yeah now You know social media is very sore topic with me you know. it's always been problematic. I think people are on it way too much and yeah. I'm not a big fan of social media. It's almost like a necessary evil. I've many times thought about just shutting it down on the show. Because i don't know i just i don't know i don't think i think when it started. Maybe it had some good intention but now it's become so volatile and just i don't know i don't like it but anyway i find the time when it was just all about the cat and the puppies and little. Yeah i know you know. And i have to tell you so more. Spent a couple of weeks since we talked. I think but you know. I've had a couple of cats That have been in critical condition and by the way butters is back in the studio with me right now sitting at my feet for the second day in a row but you know it's funny so i noticed back a couple of weeks ago that he wasn't coming upstairs and coming into the studio with me and he and he wasn't opening any doors because that's what he's famous for when we sleep at night butters opens every door in the house except the front one. Because i have that. I can lock with a key. You know and so but Anyway so marie. I had to take her back to the hospital this morning. She is gaining weight. She brought she had liver something that happened to her liver Where we we don't know if it was stress related or it's genetic or whatever but she is starting to recover but having said that it's just been a couple of weeks with a lot a lot of money being spent a lot of just a lot of time and money being put into trying to get a couple of animals healthy again. And while i was there this morning a dear friend of mine Who who's always. He's the dog that gave me. I mean he's the dog. He's the guy that gave me my dog charlie. He's the guy that found the dot the three puppies about a year ago. That logan adopted one of them and then two of her friends. They were three little labrador puppies. It's this bliss. Okay that borderlines sunnyvale. Where there's no lights no cameras in these people. Go and dump animals there at night. Well this little one that we named daisy that. I met this morning for the first time. We're going to get her off. Stop mora you would. it would break your heart. She's got you can tell she's been she was beaten. She was whipped. Her she's got. She's got red scars all over the top of her head in her hind leg. She can't walk very well. She is the sweetest sweetest thing ever. And we're actually looking for forever home for her. So if anyone out there listening can promise me and blood. They have to it in blood. They'll never allow the animal ever get harmed again. But i would take her. But i have too many as you know. I've got twenty one animals and it's quite overwhelming sometimes but But yeah little. Daisy is looking for a home. She's street and there's so many more out there like that as you know well more. And that's why it's so important that we do these burbulis fridays. You know brought to you by castro politics with the spca and a lot of other. You know animal loving or out there like the texas humane legislation network really trying to protect animals every way that we can and the best way to do that is to spay and neuter right and february spay neuter mind. I know it's not february officially yet. But let's talk about this. So what are the medical benefits more of spaying and neutering dogs and cats. There's so many great reasons to stay your dogs and cats but the main ones are for female pets dogs and cats they will very likely live longer and healthier life. so spaying prevent uterine infections breast tumors Which are malignant or cancerous at about fifty percent of dogs and ninety percent of cats. Yes bang your pet before. Her first heat can give her the best protection from those diseases. Well and then on the boy side of on boy side. Yeah the neutering. A male dog or cat prevents tested for cancer and some prostate problems. So just like number one. That's big yeah. Well there's i. I'm thinking of all these stories. I've been working so much with with so many animals recently. You know my whole life but this these last three weeks. I forgot that we rescued a cat off the street last week. I think they named your princess. We got her spayed immediately because she was probably she was probably already pregnant. We got i don't think she was. I mean she may have been you know how that can happen right. And so when you find a cat on the street you really need to get him spayed and neutered right away but case in point you were talking about mammary tumors my dog suzy. Okay isn't at the vet right now. Getting a mammary tumor removed She was never spayed. And i'm gonna wait to get her spayed in another month or so after she recovers from the mammary. Tumor it. It's it's it's real. I mean it does happen and so and it's costly seven hundred dollars today for that operation. You know but i have to do it you know have to. I can't let her live with that kind of pain. And so it's so important that we take good care of our pets as they provide us with so much love. And just i don't know how. How would you describe it. You know best no it. It the only word i can use for it just that wonderful special connection between people and pets but my favorite words in general the word is ineffable and vaguely like bad. But it's not. It means that we said it's something that we can't know or truly ever understand but it really is meant in a very positive connotation so that that love that that that pets give all that that massive amount get back to us it really is ineffable now i i completely agree and junior. You have a dog. don't you do. And what is her name. I keep forgetting he was easy. An evil yeah okay. So do you feel that way about family. Feel that way. Oh absolutely yeah and it's funny because she's a little dog and i've always been a big dog person and You know i. I just i probably love her more than everybody in the house. I carry around like a little baby here. I take it for walks and you know. I got this right. Yeah got my big burly beard..