Podcasts

Episode 403 – Country Living Myths

This week tackles the “Finding the Problem Dog a Good Home in the Country” Myth.

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Episode 402 – The Human-Animal Blame Game

Antibiotic resistance plagues human and veterinary medicine for the same human reasons. That’s why some attempts to shift the blame to the animals surprise me.

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Episode 401 – Fussy, Finicky, or Really Smart Feline Feeders?

This podcast explores some new insights into the highly complex world of feline appetite and food preference. If ever there was a subject that proved the old saying, “The more you know, the more you need to know, this is it.

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R &R

The podcaster is taking a few weeks off to stack wood and do some long overdue garden chores.

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Episode 400 – What’s New With Poo?

No matter how far some folks may carry political correctness, I doubt that society would support a movement–if you’ll pardon the pun–to elevate fecal matter.

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Episode 399 – Playing with Biotech Fire

A chimera (pictured here) is a mythical creature composed of parts from different animals. Does it represent our ancient ancestors’ first forays into fantasies about genetic tinkering with animals for real?

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Episode 398 – Transporting Ecosystems

We’ve all heard of traveling circuses. But what about traveling ecosystems?

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Episode 397 – The Masked Canary in Suburbia

Will the raccoons admirable survival skills enable them to survive in suburbia? What once seemed like a done deal may not be one.

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Episode 396 – Animal Omniscience

Do you think some ancient legends might contain at least a grain of truth? Could some of those grains apply to animals too?

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Episode 395 – 2014 Purebred Dog Survey Results

This week’s podcast features some of the results of the massive 2014 purebred dog breed-health survey conducted in the United Kingdom that includes some surprises.

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