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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…

 

 


Pet Behaviour Mythbusting, Why Don’t Injections Hurt?, Night Lights, Kangaroos, Attacking Magpies, Update on Megaoesophagus, Mindfulness Jars – Ep 31



We are back! After 2 best of episodes, Dr Lewis and Dr Robbie are back in the Podcave, smashing out Episode 31 of the TWO VETS TALK PETS Podcast, where too much talking of pets is barely enough!

We are recharged, fully loaded, and ready to bring the goods on this fantastic episode!

Thanks to all our Patreon Supporters – we love you all! If you would like to help support the podcast, and would like to become a Patreon subscriber, check out the page, here, sign up, and you’ll get some sweet TVTP merch!

This episode is brought to you by Zylkene from Vetquinol  – Stressed? Anxious? Are you a Dog or a Cat? Zylkene could help you! Get your owner to talk to your vet to see if this could help you!

Dr Lewis and Dr Robbie have been spreading their podcasting wings too. They have appeared/taken over the latest episode of the podcast called “That Vet Life” with Moriah McCauley – a vet student from Scotland (although she is from Texas!) – Here is the link to the show on iTunes, or search for it wherever you have downloaded this podcast – it’s everywhere!

In this weeks episode, Robbie talks about his impending Melbourne Marathon – where he was recently training in the Grampians region of Victoria with some Kangaroos and Emus (Here’s the link to the youtube video from the 80’s Kids show called the “early bird show” where Marty Monster was getting beaten up by a Kangaroo), and Lewis talks about his adventures scuba diving up at the Great Barrier Reef – how Australian can this show get?

Robbie also shows Lewis his daughters Mindfulness Jar she made at school (see the video HERE) – it looks a lot like something the guys are often presented with at work… Lewis brings us an update on Megaoesophagus, and Robbie and Lewis talk about using night lights and other things to help older dogs and cats who might be struggling at night.

Into the podcast proper, and Lewis does some serious Mythbusting on things people think about their pets.

And Robbie gets to the pointy point of why injections don’t seem to hurt animals compared to when humans get injections. Make sure you listen in for when he talks about his encounter with and antibiotic injection!

Next week are talking to Dr Dani Houlihan, a Veterinary Dermatology Specialist – so if you have any questions you would like to ask, or any other questions, or myths you’d like to have busted send us an email to twovetstalkpets@gmail.com.

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Thanks for listening, thanks for contributing, thanks for being an awesome human. Or whatever you happen to be, thanks for being awesome.

Toodles…


Thunderstorm Phobias, Quality Of Life, Bordello Vaccine? Biting Wombats, Paws for a Purpose & Pets in the Park, Euthanasia – Ep 26



What’s that sound? It’s Episode 26 of the Two Vets Talk Pets Podcast, where too much talking of pets is barely enough!

This weeks episode of the Two Vets Talk Pets Podcast is brought to you by Zylkene by Vetquinol – ask your vet whether it might help your stressed out pet!

Thanks as well for our great supporters on Patreon – if you would like to help support Lewis and Robbie in this mad capped podcasting adventure, check out the different Patreon options, and sling us couple of bucks!

If you’re digging the podcast, tell your friends, send them a link. We’d love to get some more listeners!

In this weeks podcast, Lewis talks about someone requesting a Bordello Vaccine and a biting wombat, Robbie talks about a case of a bursting spleen, and an article about why dogs like to have their heads out the windows of cars.

We head back to the recent Australian Small Animal Veterinarian Conference recordings, where we talk to Dr Mark Kelman, about 2 awesome charities – Paws for a Purpose, and Pets in the Park 

Robbie then talks about “Quality of Life” – a difficult question that owners often ask vets about when their pets are approaching the ends of their lives, and decisions about euthanasia are being made. It’s a complex topic, and the guys try to shed some light on what things they look for when trying to make recommendations.

Lewis then brings the Thunder! Thunderstorm Phobias are another really common issue we come across. Lewis lines up what happens, common signs, and some tips and treatments to help.

If you want to ask us a question, say hi, or send us a photo of your pet, shoot us an email at twovetstalkpets@gmail.com

If you want to see some pretty pictures, check out Instagram

If you like Facebook, or Twitter, we’ve got you there too.

Thanks for reading down to here. It’s late, and I should be getting to bed.

But I will write this in – when I feel sad, I pat a nice animal, and it makes me feel better. Other people, especially people who get angry, should do it too. Unless you are allergic. Don’t pat an animal if you have an allergy. Especially if you are already angry. Angry people with allergies can be a real pain in the bum…


Zylkene, Kennel/Canine Cough, Puppy Castration, Cat Urine Problems, Live Export Update & Chinese Fake Zoo Animals – Ep 25



Hi podcast fans, and welcome to Episode 25 of the TWO VETS TALK PETS PODCAST, where to much talking of pets is barely enough.

This episode of TVTP podcast is brought to you by Zylkene from Vetquinol – talk to your vet to see if your stressed out pet could benefit from Zylkene.

Thanks as well to our fabulous Patreon supporters. If you’d like to help to support us in putting out the podcast, check out our Patreon page – choose a level you’d like to support us for. We thank you in advance!

In some house keeping – Robbie had some technical issues last week with putting up Rosie’s dental video on Youtube – well it’s up now, and the link is working, so check it out!

Lewis has had an odd week, with some nappy dumping issues, and gives an update on the Live Export and the latest press release regarding the companies involved.

Robbie talks about Chinese Zoo’s and the shenanigans they get up to in passing off animals that may not be as they are advertised after reading The Age’s Odd Spot. Tibetan Mastiff, and Penguins

and about some recurring urinary tract signs he has seen in cats in the last week (see previous talks on bladder disease in cats in previous episodes HERE)

Robbie then talks about Kennel Cough in Dogs – a really common, and really infectious cough in dogs.

We then return to the ASAV conference, with an interview with Anthea McClintock from Vetoquinol, and we talk about Zylkene.

Also we take a question from the Ukraine about whether it is a good idea to castrate a male dog.

Get in touch with TVTP at twovetstalkpets@gmail.com, check us out on the socials at Instagram and Facebook, or Twitter, to while away some time looking at cute animal pictures.

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