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Daybreak Radio Interview with Dr. Levitan (MP3 Audio)


Dr. Diane Levitan on  http://www.petliferadio.com/

You go to the doctor regularly—and so should your pet. Annual checkups give your veterinarian the chance to notice any developing illness and take care of it right away. Your vet will want to know about your pet’s behavior, eating and exercise habits, and will check her temperature, pulse and respiratory rate. The doctor will also inspect her gums and teeth, heart and lungs, and assess the health of her internal organs. If it’s been a year or more since your pet has seen a vet, make that appointment today!

Do a weekly health check. Regular home checkups are a great way to nip potential health problems in the bud. Plus, they’re as easy as one, two, three:

1.) Check under your pet’s fur for lumps, bumps, flakes or scabs.
2.) Check your pet’s ears and eyes for any signs of redness or discharge.
3.) Make note of any changes in her eating or drinking habits. If something seems off, call the vet.

The goal….to entertain, educate & motivate you to be the best pet owner you can be!


Things That Make The Collar Shake


Dr. Diane Levitan .... Dr. Jeanne Budgin

...Dr. Diane Levitan ...........................Dr. Jeanne Budgin

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Itchy pets keep us up at night with clanking collars and incessant scratching—Dr. Jeanne Budgin, board certified veterinary dermatologist, discusses ways to stop the clank and shake.

Questions or comments? Email Dr. Cruz at: thepetdoctor@petliferadio.com.


Gross Things That Pets Do (Poopcicles and Other Disgusting Things)

Dr. Diane Levitan .... E'Lise Christensen, DVM

...Dr. Diane Levitan ...........................Dr. E’Lise Christensen

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Dr. Diane Levitan fills in for Dr. Bernadine Cruz who is at the Iditarod Great Sled Race in Alaska. Why do dogs drink from the toilet, eat their own poop, eat cat poop, eat grass, condoms, underwear, and smell each other’s butts? These and other exciting questions you’ve always wanted to know are answered by today’s guest , veterinary behaviorist Dr. E'Lise Christensen.

Questions or comments? Email Dr. Cruz at: thepetdoctor@petliferadio.com.