Old Noisy Breathing Dogs – Laryngeal Paralysis, Grass Seed Season, Emu & Donkey Love and Composting Dog Poo? – Episode 44



Welcome to 2019 all you good time party funsters! And welcome back to the Two Vets Talk Pets Podcast, where too much talking of pets is barely enough!

This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol – a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety – safe in the young, the old, the bald, the hairy. But Dogs and Cats – don’t use it on your nanna – just give her a cup of tea and a pav, that’d do for Nan.

This episode is also supported by Prime 100 Pet foods – Australian made, Single Protein source diets for dogs and cats! Huge range, lots of flavours, for lots of different life stages, and diseases – Never heard of them before? Check the link above and get your pet some single protein tasty num-nums! And a great range for cats! Cats around the world are ecstatic – you can tell because the opened one eye, twitched their tail, then went back to sleep. That’s a huge show of support!

This episode is also proudly supported by Dr Clint Yudelman from Insight Mobile Veterinary Diagnostics – a mobile Veterinary Medicine Specialist service, operating around Melbourne, and the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas. Bringing cutting edge specialist internal medicine services for your pet, at your vets! What a guy! What a service! What a wonderful day.

In this weeks episode Robbie talks about all the Grass Seeds he has been pulling out of dogs, Lewis found a story about some star crossed interspecies lovers, of the donkey and emu persuasion, and Robbie then finds an article about composting dog poo, but the guys aren’t convinced…

For this weeks main topic, Robbie talks about Laryngeal Paralysis, a common cause of noisy breathing in old large breed dogs, that can be really dangerous in hot weather.

Remember, send us a yes or no if you’d be interested in us doing an outside broadcast soon if you’d like to come along.  

If you have any questions you’d like to ask Lewis and Robbie send us an email at twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, or you can contact us or find us on  InstagramTwitter, or Facebook.

If you’d like to support the podcast, you can head to Patreon, swing some money each month, to help us keep the podcast going – for as little as 50c per episode ($2 a month), you can get yourself an awesome sticker!

Adios for now friends, we’ll catch you next week!


Two Vets Talk Pets vs That Vet Life – Ep 43



Happy new year TVTP fans.


This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol – a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety.

This episode is also supported by Prime 100 Pet foods – Australian made, Single Protein source diets for dogs and cats! Huge range, lots of flavours, for lots of different life stages, and diseases – Never heard of them before? Check the link above and get your pet some single protein tasty num-nums!

This episode is also proudly supported by Dr Clint Yudelman from Insight Mobile Veterinary Diagnostics – a mobile Veterinary Medicine Specialist service, operating around Melbourne, and the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas. Bringing cutting edge specialist internal medicine services for your pet, at your vets!

This week we play you the recording of the awesome interview we did, across the inter webs, with Texan via Edinburgh Vet Student and host of That Vetlife Podcast, Moriah.

Robbie and Lewis run a little, um, amok, with Moriah, having a great time.

If you have any questions you’d like to ask Lewis and Robbie send out a big yo bro, and send us an email to  twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, or you can contact us or find us on  InstagramTwitter, or Facebook.

If you’d like to support the podcast, you can head to Patreon, swing some money each month, to help us keep the podcast going – for as little as 50c per episode ($2 a month), you can get yourself an awesome sticker!

And if you have any data to help Robbie finish his Phd on the bile characteristics of the French Island Koalas, he’d love to hear from you. Please…


Treating Firework/Cracker Phobic Pets, Socialising Puppies, Cats & Cucumbers and Harry the Attacking Alpaca – Ep 42



Welcome to all the multicellular organisms who have joined us for Episode 42 of the TWO VETS TALK PETS PODCAST, where too much talking of pets is barely enough. Listeners beware – this episode is a little loose – some beer was consumed, and good times had. At least we remembered to press record…

This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol – a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety – just in time for NYE Fireworks!

This episode is also supported by Prime 100 Pet foods – Australian made, Single Protein source diets for dogs and cats! Huge range, lots of flavours, for lots of different life stages, and diseases – Never heard of them before? Check the link above and get your pet some single protein tasty num-nums!

This episode is also proudly supported by Dr Clint Yudelman from Insight Mobile Veterinary Diagnostics – a mobile Veterinary Medicine Specialist service, operating around Melbourne, and the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas. Bringing cutting edge specialist internal medicine services for your pet, at your vets!

This week, after mispronouncing Lewis’s last name, Robbie has another story about a bird, one that he hasn’t told yet. Lewis tries to convince Robbie he might be going to jail for tax fraud.

Robbie shares a Youtube video on Cats and Cucumbers, while Lewis is on the case of a Blood Thirsty Alpaca called Harry.    Robbie also talks about a slew of cute puppies he has had coming into the clinic (harking back to Episode 1 – back in the good old days where the show was recorded outside the Library!).

Into the Pod proper, and Lewis brings the Flash and Bang to helping pets with Fireworks and Cracker Phobias, just in time for NYE!

And for anyone interested in watching Jermaine Clement from Flight of the Concords singing one of Robbie’s favourite songs as an animated Crab in “Moana”, feast your eyes on this Shiny Treat!

If you have any questions you’d like to ask Lewis and Robbie send out a big yo bro, and send us an email to  twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, or you can contact us or find us on  InstagramTwitter, or Facebook.

If you’d like to support the podcast, you can head to Patreon, swing some money each month, to help us keep the podcast going – for as little as 50c per episode ($2 a month), you can get yourself an awesome sticker! To the most awesome Tracey who has joined us! Thanks Tracey!

Have a safe and happy new year, and remember, stay shiny people, stay shiny…


Internal Medicine Specialist – Dr Clint Yudelman, Inflammatory Bowel Disease/IBD, Vomiting & Diarrhoea, Weight Loss, Intestinal Cancer/Lymphoma, Pancreatitis, Bladder Stones, Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP), My Kitchen Rules TV – Ep 41



Got a funny feeling in your tummy?

Maybe you have been waiting for Episode 41 of the Two Vets Talk Pets Podcast, where too much talking of pets is barely enough.

Or maybe you might have inflammatory bowel disease?

Jeez, it’s lucky you’ve checked into this weeks podcast!

This episode is proudly supported by Dr Clint Yudelman from Insight Mobile Veterinary Diagnostics – a mobile Veterinary Medicine Specialist service, operating around Melbourne, and the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas. Bringing cutting edge specialist internal medicine services for your pet, at your vets!

This episode is also supported by Prime 100 Pet foods – Australian made, Single Protein source diets for dogs and cats! Huge range, lots of flavours, for lots of different life stages, and diseases!

This episode is also proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol – a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety.

This week Lewis talks about a new food recall for dogs, then we rock into our awesome interview with Dr Clint Yudelman, Internal Medicine Specialist, from  Insight Mobile Veterinary Diagnostics (also on Facebook)

We have a great chat with Clint, covering all sorts of topics gut related, from how much vomiting is too much, what is Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Diagnostic options to investigate abdominal problems, Pancreatitis, and Clint’s early media career as the part of the Runner up team “My Cousin Pescatore” in Season 1 of My Kitchen Rules.

In the interview, we talk about Novel Protein diets, and the one we talk a lot about is Prime 100’s Crocodile and Tapioca food.

It was an awesome, in-depth look into lots of the common clinical signs we see every day in practice, and that clients often see in their pets.

If you have any questions about what Clint or Lewis and Robbie were talking about, send us an email to  twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, or you can contact us or find us on  InstagramTwitter, or Facebook.

If you’d like to support the podcast, you can head to Patreon, swing some money each month, to help us keep the podcast going – for as little as 50c per episode ($2 a month), you can get yourself an awesome sticker! It will help us buy some insulin to help us with the Chocolate Mousse Cake Clint brought for us!

If your pet is vomiting or has diarrhoea, don’t ignore it. It’s not fun to clean up, and it’s not fun for them to do. Unless they don’t like you. We can help Inflammatory Bowel Disease. We can’t do much if your pets are doing it because they don’t like you. Maybe be nicer to them. Buy them something nice. Like flowers. Unless the flowers have lillies, and you have a cat. That would not be cool at all…


Christmas Dangers for Pets, Thunderstorm Phobias, Dingo’s On The Nullabor, Death By Animals – Ep 40



Ho Ho Ho, and Merry Christmas from the Two Vets Talk Pets Podcast, where too much talking of pets is barely enough.

This episode is proudly supported by Dr Clint Yudelman from Insight Mobile Veterinary Diagnostics – a mobile Veterinary Medicine Specialist service, operating around Melbourne, and the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas. Bringing cutting edge specialist internal medicine services for your pet, at your vets!

This episode is also supported by Prime 100 Pet foods – Australian made, Single Protein source diets for dogs and cats! Huge range, lots of flavours, for lots of different life stages, and diseases!

This episode is also proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol – a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety.

We start off by Robbie trying to educate Lewis on the fable of Krampus – the Christmas Demon!

Don’t forget to get your pets vaccinations up to date before they have to go into boarding!

Robbie tries to tell Lewis about the Bird through the car window story again – repetition makes it funny, Lewis finds some stats about what animals are most likely to kill you, and a colleague having problems with dingos in the desert. And Robbie talks about the benefits of a thorough examination. And Lewis finds a great new job for Robbie…

Into the pod proper, and we crack through Christmas Dangers for your pets…

Check it out!

  • Grapes and Sultanas
  • Chocolate
  • Fatty Foods and Pancreatitis
  • Bones
  • Onions and Garlic
  • Stone Fruits
  • Macadamia Nuts
  • Tinsel, Decorations and Baubles
  • Ribbons, string and Wrapping Paper
  • Lillies
  • Alcohol
  • Scary Santas and New Toys
  • Drinking Horrible Tree Water
  • Heat Stress with Hot weather

Whew! Who knew Christmas could be so dangerous! Almost as trying to get a carpark at the Shopping Mall at noon on the last Saturday before Christmas.

And Thunderstorm Phobias!!!

Don’t by a pet as a present unless they want it, and can care for it.

Make sure you’ve got enough meds to get you through.

And from the Mailbag – should you cuddle your dog during a storm?

If you’d like to support the podcast, you can head to Patreon, swing some money each month, to help us keep the podcast going – for as little as 50c per episode ($2 a month), you can get yourself an awesome sticker! Just the thing to give your Aunty Flo!

If you want to contact us, send an email to twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, or find us on  InstagramTwitter, or Facebook.

Be well, and Merry Christmas to you all, we have loved doing the pod, and hope you have had fun listening.


Desexing Age for Dogs, Treats/Rewards for Training – Quantity or Quality?, Scaredy Cat Behaviour Case, Bones for Dogs?, Allergic Echidnas, Baseball & Beards – Ep 39



Welcome movers and groovers, shakers and bakers, to Episode 39 of the Two Vets Talk Pets podcast, where too much talking of pets is barely enough.

This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol – a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety.

This episode is also supported by Prime 100 Pet foods – Australian made, Single Protein source diets for dogs and cats! Huge range, lots of flavours, for lots of different life stages, and diseases!

And this episode is supported by Dr Clint Yudelman from Insight Mobile Veterinary Diagnostics – a mobile Veterinary Medicine Specialist service, operating around Melbourne, and the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas. Bringing cutting edge specialist internal medicine services for your pet, at your vets!

Robbie is back from his base balling holiday, but he didn’t come back unharmed – looking for a giggle? Check out the video of his sprinting up the first base line if you feel the need to smile!

Lewis talks about risks of feeding your pets bones, and the popularity of out TVTP onesies!

Robbie talks about a clown (big shoes, red nose, water spraying flower on lapel) trying to make his dog swim.

The guys talk about men with beards, and Robbie shared his post holiday Moustache…

Lewis found a story about an Echidna allergic to ants, and a great article about whether dogs prefer larger numbers of treats, or higher quality treats.

And Lewis has a story about a cat who got freaked out by a new addition in the lounge room – he really just needed to watch netflix and Chill (Which took Robbie completely by surprise – he’s just way to innocent…).

And then into a hang over from our listeners questions episode, Robbie delves into murky (and controversial) world of when to desex your pets.

If you’d like to support the podcast, you can head to Patreon, swing some money each month, to help us keep the podcast going – for as little as 50c per episode ($2 a month), you can get yourself a fully sick sticker – CHOICE!

If you want to contact us, send an email to twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, or find us on  InstagramTwitter, or Facebook.

We are going to be interviewing Dr Clint Yudelman, Internal Medicine Specialist NEXT WEEK. If you’ve got any questions for Clint (including cooking questions – Clint was on MKR!)  email us at twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, or hit us up on the socials above!

Otherwise, be excellent to each other. And Party on dudes…

 


Listener Questions! Cats Scratching the Furniture/Carpet, A Pet Food Recall, Scooting, Worms & Anal Glands, Do Thundershirts work? Dogs That Don’t Like Nail Trims, Dog Hip & Elbow Problems & Xrays/Scores, Euthanasia; Salt Lamps & Oil Diffusers Safety – Ep 38



Here we go! It’s Episode 38 of the Two Vets Talk Pets Podcast, where too much talking of pets is barely enough.

This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol – a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety.

This episode we welcome back out friends at Prime 100 Pet foods – Australian made, Single Protein source diets for dogs and cats!

AND this episode is supported by Dr Clint Yudelman from Insight Mobile Veterinary Diagnostics – a mobile Veterinary Medicine Specialist service, operating around Melbourne, and the Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas.

In this weeks episode, Lewis talks about another diet that has been recalled.

Then we are into our Question Fest – answering our listeners questions!

We answer questions about…

  1. Scooting dogs – is it due to worms? or Anal Glands?
  2. Nail Trimming – How to do it (Click here for the Awesome Dr Sophia Yin Video)
  3. Euthanasia – How do vets cope?
  4. Thundershirts – Do they Work?
  5. Salt Lamps and Oil Diffusers – are they Safe for Cats?
  6. Cats Scratching Furniture
  7. Hip and Elbow Scoring for dogs – AVA vs PennHIP, and should all dogs have them done?

If you would like to support the podcast, join up at Patreon.

If you want to contact us, send an email to twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, or find us on  InstagramTwitter, or Facebook.

We are going to be interviewing Dr Clint Yudelman, Internal Medicine Specialist, soon. If you’ve got any questions for Clint (including cooking questions – Clint was on MKR!)  email us at twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, or hit us up on the socials above!

Whew – what a quest-fest. It was fun. We should do it again some time…

 

 


Snail & Slug Bait Toxicity, Bee & Insect Stings/Bites, 3 Legged Dogs/Cats – How Do They Cope?, Birth of a Podcast – Ep 37



Spring is here! Feeling like some Two Vets Talk Pets seasonal fun? Where too much talking of pets is barely enough? Well then come on in! This is the place to be!

This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol – a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety. With a spectacular live read and pantomime this week by Robbie’s kids, Camille and Reuben!

This week we answer a listeners question about how the podcast got started, Robbie talks about 3 legged animals, 3D printing a Dachshund skull, and Lewis going Toupee at work!

After Reuben’s reading of the disclaimer, it’s into the podcast proper.

Lewis talks about Snail and Slug bait poisons and toxicities.

Robbie talks about Bee Stings – both ones from bees bums, and from bakeries!

If you’d like to support Two Vets Talk Pets Podcast, follow the link to our Patreon Supporters page, and jump on a subscription, and score yourself some awesome TVTP merch!

If you want to contact us, send an email to twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, or find us on  InstagramTwitter, or Facebook.

IF you’ve got any questions, we are hoping to do a big question episode soon, so send them through to twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, or hit us up on the socials above!

And if anyone has any other bakery items they like to eat, send us in a photo. We love bakeries. But don’t hate us if you don’t like bakeries. We are weak. Pastries. Custard. Jam. Sugar. So tasty. So very, very tasty…

A Real Bee Sting, with a BIC pen as reference…

Another Real Bee Sting…

A Real Bee Sting, with Robbie as a reference…

 

 


Pancreatitis, Dogs that Lick Everything, Labradors, Coat Colour & Life Span, Dog Bite Stats, Kuga the Military Dog – Ep 36



Greetings earthlings and welcome to Episode 36 of the Two Vets Talk Pets Podcast, where too much talking of pets is barely enough.

This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol – a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety.

We are also proudly supported by Veterinary Dermatology Clinics  – providing great Specialist Dermatology Referrals for pets and their owners around Sydney, Canberra, and Tasmania. Check out their Facebook Page for more details.

In this weeks episode Lewis asks Robbie about his 21st Birthday rumours (and about his box of trophies on display, and a grotty old balloon…), Lewis breaks into a bit of Tay Tay, then talks about coat colour and and increased life expectancy, and and increase in dog bite victims into hospitals. Robbie talks about an Australian Service dog that had just received the Dickin Medal for bravery.

Into the Podcast proper, and Lewis dives back into Fly biting in dogs with some very interesting new research on possible causes, and Robbie talks about the common and potentially fatal disease called Pancreatitis.

If you’d like to support Two Vets Talk Pets Podcast, follow the link to our Patreon Supporters page, and jump on a subscription, and score yourself some awesome TVTP merch!

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Onya!

 


Fly Biting in Dogs; What is Pus?; Flying with Squirrels; Russian Cat Museums; Dog’s On The Bed and Tasty Toes – Ep 35



Welcome weary travellers, sit down, strap in and pod on – for Episode 35 of the Two Vets Talk Pets Podcast, where too much talking of pets is barely enough.

This episode is proudly supported by Zylkene from Vetquinol – a safe way to help your dog or cat that may be stressed or have a mild anxiety.

We are also proudly supported by Veterinary Dermatology Clinics  – providing great Specialist Dermatology Referrals for pets and their owners around Sydney, Canberra, and Tasmania. Check out their Facebook Page for more details.

This week Lewis’s nurse at work thinks the guys are sounding too alike, Robbie’s seeing lots lame dogs, and Lewis has been busy with School Camps

Lewis has found a story about a lady with a squirrel as a support animal trying to go on a flight, Robbie falls down a hole investigating a Russian Cat Museum , (and bad reviews…) and Lewis finds a story about a very toey little dog.

Into the meaty bits of the podcast, Lewis this weeks talks about Fly Biting in dogs, and Robbie talks about pus!

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