We all have our bad hair days. And our pets are no exception. So in tonight’s Groom Room, I’m going to show you some simple solutions for a few of the most common fur fiascoes. Hello, Clarence. Hi. And this is the lovely Jackson. Tell me about Jackson. Jackson’s a rescue. He’s nine years old.
HOST: They’re actually American marsupial that we have in this entire continent. CLAIRE: Oh, my gosh. So that makes them kind of unique. CLAIRE: Yeah. – All right. Are you ready to play Fact or Fake? Yes, let’s do it. – All right, so here’s a bit of information– CLAIRE: OK. –and you’re going to
[MUSIC] JOHN MAISEY>>The fossil record is dominated by shark’s teeth. Shark’s teeth are among one of the most common vertebrate fossils that you can find, but the skeletons are exceptionally rare. Sharks and their relatives don’t have lots of bones covering the head and the body like a fish you buy at the supermarket. The
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Out here in California’s serene central valley… there’s a game underway. One animal is locked in a perpetual, unwinnable cycle of rock paper scissors. A three-way competition that’s been raging for millennia. Meet the side-blotched lizard, named for that patch of dark color on its side. These lizards are all one species. But they have
JUDY WOODRUFF: Now an update on an important fishing story in the Great Lakes region. We have chronicled the problems that a particularly invasive species, Asian carp, have posed for the past few years. But now scientists are thinking it may be time to come up with a new solution. Ash-Har Quraishi of WTTW Chicago
[music] This week! We’re talking about the mind of a cat. It’s a fascinating place.>>VO: This episode of Cone of Shame>>VO: brought to you by SuperCat! [music]>>VO: And now,>>VO: the vet with his mind on his cat>>VO: and his cat on his mind,>>VO: Dr. Andy Roark! So what’s going on inside the mind of your
>>Meg: The first question is, how cold is too cold for my dog to be outside? Okay. There’s no stock, standard, really good answer for this question. There’s just a huge difference between dogs. Big dogs do much better than little dogs. Long, thick haircoats obviously do better than dogs with really short little haircoats.
It’s time to save your pet’s life! In this episode we’ll be talking about the top signs of breathing and digestion emergencies.>>VO: This episode of Cone of Shame is brought to you by Kinn Kleanbowl. [Music]>>VO: And now, your host, the vet who knows>>VO: a thing or two about bloating>>VO: Dr. Andy Roark! [Music] How
[music] It’s time to save your pet’s life! Today we’ll dive into the top five signs of emergencies associated with cuts, bites stings, staggering, and seizures>>VO: This episode of Cone of Shame>>VO: is brought to you by Kinn Kleanbowl [music]>>VO: And now, the vet who looks like>>VO: he’s experiencing facial swelling,>>VO: Dr. Andy Roark! Sometimes