The Deal With Animals: Library
July 1, 2021
Have you wondered if you pets could catch Covid 19 if you get sick? Can they pass it to each other or even bring it home to you? I am talking with Dr Julianne Miesner on her research with companion animals and Covid 19. You can read her research here.
July 16, 2021
What is pet acupuncture and how does it work? Dr. Taryn Rathbone discusses this and chats about dogs, horses and her experiences with animals.
July 31, 2021
So many of us worked from home this year that many people decided to get an animal companion. Many of these dogs have had no experience or are out of practice with being left at home alone. I talk with Author and International dog trainer, Suzanne Clothier, about our dog's mental/emotional health and how to prepare our dogs for post-pandemic life.
August 9, 2021
The goals of this podcast and an introduction
August 15, 2021
Dr Jackie and I discuss Holistic pet medicine: What is it, why does she practice it, how does it work with an integrated health plan? Dr Jackie is a Veterinarian specializing in Holistic pet medicine at Mercy Vet on Mercer Island, WA.
August 30, 2021
Discussing the uses and ethics of Animal Assisted Interactions, Therapies, and services with Clare Thomas-Pino, adjunct professor and Post Doctoral Candidate and the University of Main.
September 11, 2021
When a dog bites it doesn't just cause physical injury but emotional injury to the victims as well as the dog's caregiver. Dr Sara obtained her PhD researching the emotional toll of dog bites and now works for Dog's Trust, UK on a longitudinal study on health, welfare, and behavior of dogs from puppy to golden years.
September 27, 2021
This episode just might make you a happier person. You might think this episode would only be for those in animal welfare who feel sad, but just you wait! This is such a fascinating and important area to understand for anyone's mental and physical wellbeing.
October 8, 2021
Ultimately when humans talk about conserving diversity whether that be animal or plant we're also talking about conserving ourselves and preserving the lifestyles that we want for our children.
This series we take a wide-ranging look at a variety of aspects of conservation as it pertains to how humans interact with other animals.
We'll be talking to the CEO of Born Free USA, a leading wildlife charity that opposes the exploitation of wild animals in captivity, the owner of K9 conservationists an organization that trains dogs to detect endangered or invasive plants for animals, how to be a humane gardener in your own backyard, salmon habitat restoration and more! Our discussion on conservation will take us across the United States and all the way to New Zealand!
October 11th, 2021
If you love the Pacific Northwest, Salmon, and conserving our waterways, then this is definitely the episode for you. Learn about the different salmon in the Sammamish state park and how their habitat is being restored. This was a really fun episode to record!
October 25, 2021
A special "spooky" episode to celebrate the season. A fascinating look into the 'Animal Lens' (how humans view themselves through other animals). Author of, Avian Illuminations and City of Ravens, among others, fascinates us with stories of the legend of ravens in the Tower of London, Birds as souls, and messengers to the Gods.
November 8, 2021
Did you see the Motion Picture Born Free when you were a kid? I did! It was the beginning of my journey into animal advocacy field. Angela Grimes CEO of Born Free USA talks to us about the Vision and Mission of Born Free USA, The Born Free Primate Sanctuary and other projects important to having a "positive impact on animals in the wild and protect their ecosystems in perpetuity, for their own intrinsic value and for the critical roles they play within the natural world".
Episode 11: How to Be a Humane Gardener with Nancy Lawson, The Humane Gardener
November 22, 2021