P.A.W.S. Radio – 020314
Winter Fire and Heaters Dangers
Animals are naturally attracted to be drawn to heat to keep warm. Tips to keep guards on curious animals around heat.
Indoor winter exercise
Indoor ideas to keep your animals active. Gradual exposure to wintery weather is better to acclimate them to the bitter temperature rather than exposing them too quickly. Paul also suggests look for doggie day cares that have plenty of play areas. Randy introduces a growing popular option: indoor dog run parks.
Canines panting at night.
Can this be linked to heart conditions? Randy explains a few more Chinese clock philosophies for certain time frames. What is the function of panting in dogs? Which breeds are becoming more concerned with increased heart health conditions and why.
Google hang outs
More social media streams to follow us.
A new way to see the panel. Our list of online availability to get information is growing through our social media streams.
Deadly snacks reshelved?
Strains of pet treats that made dogs sick, were pulled from shelves, but companies are now reshelving the stock in stores. Full of ingredients made overseas, which have different regulations.
SuperBowl Football Party- not for Pets
Should the pets be put away from the excited crowd? Snack plates, beverages, spills and even the toilet can lure the pets. Which drinks, chemicals, and liquids can be toxic to your pets.
Cherry eye described
Which breed shows it more often than others. Do you have one of these? The description and infliction, not only applied to the whites of the eyes. How to treat it temporary or prevent it longer term. Is it painful, what does it block, and what worse conditions will it lead to.
Dr. Randy’s team applies therapies that include:
Acupuncture, E-stim, Laser therapy, Pulsed Signal Magnetic Therapy
Nutritional Counseling Food Therapy, Vitamins, Supplements,
Rehabilitation physical therapy medicine and Traditional Chinese medicine