Hello and welcome to Episode 54 of the Two Vets Talk Pets Podcast, where too much talking of pets if barely enough.
Lewis and Robbie were separated by the tyranny of distance, so Skyped this one. So apologies for some stuttering flow on the pod. But the Pod must go on! Don’t forget to sponsor us at Patreon. It will help lewis get better internet incase we ever need to do another Skype pod. Or so he can watch videos of Dusty Martin. He loves Dusty Martin…
This week we talk about an article where breeders with 20 years experience will be made honorary veterinarians. A ban in Stonnington City Council in Melbourne who have limited dog walkers to a maximum of 4 dogs per walker.
Lewis then takes a blow torch to Cesar Milan (or should I say Alpha Rolls him!). Robbie Talks about the importance of how your pets are breathing can indicate there health status. And Lewis has an article that talks about 3 dental plaque control methods in dogs.
And Finally, Hill’s have had another product recall… For details check out the pic below or for Australian listeners go to: https://www.hillspet.com.au/productlist For our listeners outside of Australia please check your local countries Hill
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 big and the small, in the Canine, or the Feline. O so safe. Safe as houses.
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 – Have you ever had crocodile and tapioca? I wonder how many Tapiocas they feed to the crocodiles…
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