Ask the Vet

Ask the Vet: End of Life Care

Jul 15, 2021
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The end of our pet's life is never easy to deal with, but being prepared can help with the transition. Dr. Jennifer Davis and Veterinary Technician Darren discuss different ways we can be ready for this difficult time.

Ask The Vet: Hot Summer Tips

Jun 17, 2021
Alpine Animal Hospital

Hosts discuss all things summer! Dr. Mellissa Gisleson and nurse Darren give listeners tips on how to keep pups cool this hot summer. More tips on how to keep anxious dogs calm during 4th of July and thunderstorms.

Pups Just Want to Be Pampered

May 20, 2021
University Animal Clinic

...in an oat bath! On this episode of Ask the Vet, Darren and Dr. Louise Marron tell us more about this and other treatments for our pets' food and environmental allergies.  Also: signs of allergic reactions and methods for allergy testing. And, let's not forget about other reasons to itch: ticks & fleas!

No Grapes for Dogs & No Lilies for Cats

Mar 18, 2021
Alpine Animal Hospital

Dr. Davis and Rochelle from Alpine Animal Hospital talk common pet toxins that lead to poisoning, including household products, human foods and medicines, insecticides, and compost!

The Vets Review Spay and Neuter Basics

Feb 18, 2021
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Dr. Melissa Gisleson and Nurse Darren discuss when to spay dogs of different sizes and breeds, helping pets prepare for the procedure and the best ways to heal, including...the dreaded cone.

Finding Your Perfect Pet Match on Ask the Vet

Jan 21, 2021
Alpine Animal Hospital

What factors should you consider when adopting a pet? This month, Alpine Animal Hospital Vet Dr. Louise Marron and nurse Darren Houser talk about the importance of considering factors like time, finances, other pets, home-size, activity levels, and more when finding the right pet for you. 

Veterinary Technician team leader Emily Yannarella talks to colleague and fellow Certified Veterinary Technician Darren Houser about the day-to-day responsibilities of Veterinary Technicians and nuances in technical specializations and certifications across the country. They also answer live caller questions, and share guidance for overcoming fear and providing a positive experience during check ups or while taking care of our pets at home.  Examples include high incentive rewards like smelly foods, special pheromones, alternative strategies for schedule check ups, anti anxiety medications and more.

Ask the Vet Ponders Alternative Therapies

Jan 16, 2020
Alpine Animal Hospital

Dr. Jen Kelley of Alpine Animal Hospital joins Beth Broome chat about alternative therapies on Ask the Vet. The recording of this broadcast was interrupted by maintenance work at the radio station.

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Today on Ask the Vet, Beth Broome and Dr. Melissa Gisleson of Alpine Animal Hospital talk about pet adoption.

Ask the Vet Talks Equine Care

Apr 18, 2019

Dr. Chuck Maker joins Beth Broome to talk about caring for horses.

Ask the Vet and "Free-Free" Vet Visits

Mar 21, 2019
Alpine Animal Hospital

Host Beth Broome and Dr. Marron of Alpine Animal Hospital talk about the "fear free" trend, making visits to the vet as minimally stressful for the animal as possible.

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This month's edition of the Ask the Vet, host Beth Broome talks with Dr. Melissa Gisleson of Alpine Animal Hospital about heart health in pets and animals. February is American Heart Month.

Ask the Vet: From a Puppy to a Dog

Jan 21, 2019
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On this month's edition of Ask the Vet, Beth talks to Dr. Liz Foster about the best ways to make sure your new puppy grows into a healthy, happy dog. Ask the Vet airs on the third Thursday of each month. Local veterinarians discuss timely topics important to the health of dogs, cats and horses. Subjects range from preventive care to treatment and behavior. Hear archived episodes here.

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Dr. Sam Johnson of Glenwood Veterinary Clinic talks about equine colic - how to spot it and what to do about it.

Fear-Free is a new concept for handling pet stress at the vet. Click the headline for this month's Ask the Vet with host Mary Fox.  Good stuff!

Ask the Vet takes calls on KDNK third Thursdays monthly.

Mary Fox and guest offer tips on how to make your horses ready for winter.

Host Mary Fox and guest Dr. Louise Marron of Alpine Animal Hospital talk about how to get your canine, feline, and equine pals ready for the snow and cold.

Dr. Chad Roeber talks about canine respiratory disease and more on KDNK's Ask the Vet.