Hello everyone! I’m Dr Poppy, and welcome to my Animal Rescue Centre. It’s a special hospital, just for pets! I’m a vet so my job is to treat poorly animals and make them better again. Shall we see who is in the waiting room today? Oh look, we have three animals to see today. It’s
Hi, I’m Dr. Mike. I’m the Bow Tie Vet Guy. Today, we are going to talk about the process of rescuing your new pet. Hi, how are you doing? So when somebody comes in, do they just walk right up here and just say I’m looking for a pet? Yup. And lets take a look.
[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
Military Working Dogs, or MWD’s are silent heroes, and most of us know absolutely nothing about them. Here are 7 fascinating facts about Military Working Dogs.>>Meg: And now, the vet who has a soft coat and shiny eyes,>>Meg: Dr. Andy Roark! So what do we know about Military Working Dogs?>>Meg: In boot camp, they have
Flea Treatment Options Hello I am Dr. Mike. In areas where fleas are endemic, they cause a lot of medical problems in our pets. It’s important in our discussion about fleas to understand their life cycle, what problems they may cause and the most current and effective treatment options available. Today we are going to
[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
Fleas are one of the most common problems that I see in the vet clinic. Let’s talk about how to get rid of them.>>VO: And now, the vet who doesn’t recommend flea shampoo because fleas don’t have hair>>VO: Dr. Andy Roark! [Music] So let’s say that your pet does have fleas. What are you gonna
[Music]>>Meg: My pet won’t let me trim her toenails. Do you have any advice? Ok, we see a lot of pets that really don’t like to have their toenails trimmed. It’s quite common. Yeah, so I have generally two pieces of advice that go hand in hand. Number one, I’m a big treat guy. I