This Week's Show | Apr 21-22, 2018

  • They call her the queen of poop!  Yes, she will tell us all about the importance of what is coming
    out of the other end of our best friends and what it can tell us about our pets’ health.
    Is your cat scratching in all of the wrong places?  De-clawing your cat is a practice that is being outlawed in many places.  Not only is it cruel, it’s just not necessary.  Dr. Valarie Tynes tells us all about a new product that can actually teach your cat to scratch in the right places.
  • Tracie Hotchner is the Founder and Director of the Cat Film Festival.  She’ll tell us what we can expect to see at the festival and where the festival will be traveling to this year.

...and Steve takes your questions at 866-55-4-PETS (866-554-7387) or email


  1. K9 News: April is Heartworm Awareness Month!

    April 18th, 2018

    Heartworm is a nasty little parasite that leaves dog owners worried year-round, but especially as the weather warms up and the mosquitoes become more active. We need to protect our pets with a product that kills and repels mosquitoes before they even get a chance to bite, like Vectra 3D. Anchorman Steve chats with veterinary parasitologist Dr. Michael Dryden about this important topic.

  2. Steve Dale: Separation Anxiety in Dogs

    April 12th, 2018

    When our dogs are left alone, they can experience separation anxiety. These anxious feelings sometimes lead to misbehavior, but many times they aren’t acting out on purpose or in spite – they simply have never been taught how to be left alone. Steve provides several tips, such as using Vita Bone® Artisan Inspired® Treats and a calming pheromone product like ADAPTIL.

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