Pet World

Enjoy these highlights from our past shows.

  1. Show 362: It's Westminster time!

    It's Westminster time! Legendary show host David Frei joins us to share the lowdown on which pooches to keep an eye on at this year's event.

  2. Show 362: Kidney Disease in Cats

    Dr. Susan Little chats about kidney disease and what you need to watch for with your tabby.

  3. Show 361: Make Vet Visits Less Stressful for Cats

    Dr. Elizabeth Colleran has tips for making a trip to the vet less stressful for you and your feline.

  4. Show 361: Alarming Decrease in Veterinary Visits

    Dr. Ron DeHaven, CEO of the American Veterinary Medical Association talks about the alarming decrease in veterinary visits for our pets.

  5. Show 360: Traveling Safely with Pets

    Dr. Michael Moyer of the American Animal Hospital Association talks to Steve about keeping your pets safe when they travel with you, and when they have to stay home while you travel.

  6. Show 359: The Many Benefits of Pet Toys

    Mark Hines of the Kong Company talks about all the great ways toys can help you have more fun, train, and build a better bond with your pets.

  7. Show 359: Maintaining the Bond with your Pet

    Dr. Tom Catanzarro talks about the importance of our bond with our animals and why regular visits to your veterinarian can help keep that bond strong and lead your pet to a longer,...

  8. Show 358: Daniel's Law

    Steve chats with Sen. Andy Dinniman of Pennsylvania and dog trainer Joe Dwyer about a puppy who survived euthanasia by gas chamber in Alabama, and the law that he has inspired that is...

  9. Show 358: Keeping Pets Safe in the Winter

    We need to keep our pets safe while they are playing and walking in the winter wonderland, so this week we chat with Dr. Elissa Mazzaferro of the American Animal Hospital Association about...

  10. Show 354: Great Gifts for your Pets

    It's not too late to buy a great gift for your pets - or for yourself! Miss Meowsky of Barker & Meowsky stops by to talk about the really cool stuff available...

  11. Show 354: Taking extra Precautions during Holidays

    We need to take extra precautions for our pets when we're having holiday gatherings. Dr. Shelly Rubin has tips on what to watch out for, and what to keep pets away...

  12. Show 353: Banfield's Season of Suppers Campaign

    This is a season of giving and it's very sad when a family feels they have to give up their furry family member because of the economy. Banfield's Season of Suppers campaign...

  13. Show 353: New Guidelines for Canine Vaccinations

    There are new guidelines for canine vaccinations from the American Animal Hospital Association. Dr. Link Welborn tells Steve what you need to think about when protecting your pooch.

  14. Show 352: Holiday Dangers for our Pets

    It's the most wonderful time of the year is here, but it can also be the most dangerous time for our pets! Dr. Marty Becker joins Steve to talk about the dangers...

  15. Show 352: A Happy Home with your Felines

    Pam Johnson Bennett knows cats and shares tips of having a happy home with your fun felines.

  16. Show 351: "Raising My Furry Children"

    Tracy Ahrens is a journalist and she has no kids of her own, so all of her kids have four legs. She details a life of love in her book, Raising My...

  17. Show 351: Options For Diabetic Cats

    Our increasingly tubby tabbies aren't just cute butterballs of fur, they are more likely to get diabetes. Dr. Ruth MacPete joins us to talk about ways we can get those cats living a...

  18. Show 350: Maintaining the Human/Animal Bond

    How do you maintain the human/animal bond in good times and bad? Dr. Robin Downing talks about the amazing relationships we have with our pets.

  19. Show 350: The Voice of the National Dog Show, David Frei

    The voice of dog shows is David Frei. He chats with Steve about what to look forward to when we watch the 10th annual National Dog Show on Thanksgiving morning.

  20. Show 350: Co-Host of the National Dog Show, John O'Hurley

    John O'Hurley tours the country and performs on Broadway in Chicago, is known as J. Peterman from Seinfeld, and was on the first season of Dancing with The Stars, but it's become a...

  21. Show 349: Holiday Greeting Cards to benefit the American Humane Association

    Your Pet could be the star of Holiday Greeting Cards to benefit the American Humane Association. Lisa Cohen joins the show to tell Steve what they are looking for and how your pet...

  22. Show 349: Year Round Protection from Heartworm

    Heartworm is transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito, so you probably think you don't need to use protection at this time of year - but that's not true. You need year...

  23. Show 348: The Fall Flea Surge

    The weather is turning cooler, does that mean you can stop worrying about those pesky parasites haunting your pets? No! In fact, the "fall flea surge" is upon us and we'll find...

  24. Show 348: "For The Love Of Cats"

    Steve chats with one of his favorite guests, Sandy Robins, about her new book For The Love of Cats.

  25. Show 347: "In A Dog's Heart"

    One of Steve's favorite authors, Jennifer Arnold, is back to share more insight into our amazing canine friends as she writes about in her new book, In A Dog's Heart.

  26. Show 347: Getting your Puppy to Behave & Obey

    You can get that puppy or even older dog to behave and even obey. Dr. Sophia Yin tells us how when she tells us about her book, Perfect Puppy in 7...

  27. Show 346: Coolest Pet Costumes for Halloween

    Are you scared yet? Halloween is almost here and you'll want to hear about the coolest costumes of the season - for your pets! Miss Meowsky of Barker & Meowsky tells us...

  28. Show 346: The AAHA Helping Pets Fund

    The American Animal Hospital Association works for a higher quality of medicine for our pets and to make sure all pets can receive care. This week we learn about the AAHA fund that...

  29. Show 345: So Many Pet Medications

    Dr. Lisa Young of Elanco Animal Health chats with Steve about concerns that the availability of so many pet medications, like flea and tick preventives, is keeping pet owners away from the veterinary...

  30. Show 345: Keep your Pets information up-to-date with Microchip Provider

    Gary MacPhee of HomeAgain Pet Recovery talks to Steve about the importance of making sure that your contact information stays updated with your microchip provider. If you never registered your chip or moved...

  31. Show 344: Canine Influenza Virus

    The Canine Influenza Virus is spreading and Dr. Andrea Dennis shares the latest information about why you might not even know right away if your dog has the virus, how easy it is...

  32. Show 343: New Vaccine Guidelines for Canines

    The American Animal Hospital Association has new vaccine guidelines for canines. Steve chats about your pooches' vaccination schedule with Dr. Link Welborn.

  33. Show 343: Losing A Furry Family Member

    It can be devastating to lose a furry family member. Dr. Stephanie LaFarge, the Senior Director of Counseling Services at the ASPCA chats with us about how to handle these trying moments for...

  34. Show 342: Helping Pets Age Gracefully

    Dr. Heidi Lobprise joins Steve for a chat about the ailments facing our population of longer living pooches. Dr. Lobprise shares tips on what to look for and how you can help...

  35. Show 342: Animal Communicator Sonya Fitzpatrick

    Animal Communicator Sonya Fitzpatrick has been polling cats about what they love about their owners - she even has some tips about areas we could impove upon.

  36. Show 341: Finding Signs of Pain in our Cats

    Cats are incredibly adept at hiding their pain so we chat with Dr. Margie Scherk about finding signs of pain in our cats and what we can do to make them feel...

  37. Show 341: Black Cat Myths

    Halloween is coming up so it's time to debunk some myths about black cats. Steve chats with Susan Logan of Cat Fancy Magazine about the bad rap these kitties have.

  38. Show 340: "Dog Heroes of September 11th"

    Steve remembers two and four-legged heroes of 9/11 with Nona Kilgore Bauer, author of Dog Heroes of September 11th.

  39. Show 340: Keep Fighting Fleas

    Dr. Lisa Young joins Steve to chat about how important it is to keep fighting the fleas as we head into fall.

  40. Show 339: American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB)

    Dr. Miranda Bourque of the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB) explains what her group is all about and when you might want to consult a veterinary behaviorist.

  41. Show 339: Pets Adjusting to New Baby

    How do you make sure that your pet adjusts well when you add a baby into your house? Colleen Pelar, author of Living with Kids and Dogs, joins Steve to give you...

  42. Show 338: Puppies Learning How To Greet

    Does that new puppy love to jump on anyone who walks in the door? Dr. Sophia Yin tells us how to train that new family member to say "hello" more pleasantly.

  43. Show 338: Exercising With Our Pets

    We all could use some more exercise right? Rebecca Johnson, author of Walk a Hound, Lose a Pound, joins us to chat about the benefits of getting out more often with our...

  44. Show 337: Introduce Your New Baby to your Pets

    What's the best way to introduce your new baby to your pets, or your pets to that new baby that just invaded their space? Victoria Stilwell shares tips for making a smooth...

  45. Show 337: Helping Cats Who Spray or Void

    How do you help a cat who is spraying or voiding? Dr. Elizabeth Hodgkins explains the difference and talks about ways to fix the situation, including the use of pheromones like Feliway.

  46. Show 336: Clicker Train Your Cat

    Marilyn Krieger, cat behavior consultant, talks about training cats – how you can use a clicker to train cats to perform behaviors like offering a “high four” or using clicker training to deal...

  47. Show 336: FDA vs. EPA Approved?

    So many pet products are available now in so many places. How do you know what the difference is between something that has been approved by the FDA vs. something approved by the...

  48. Winn Symposium Part 1: Dr. Alfred Legendre

    *Annual Winn Feline Foundation Symposium: Feline Infectious Peritonitis* held June 23, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency Reston, Reston, VA. Winn Feline Foundation Board member Steve Dale offers some opening remarks, and then introduces...

  49. Winn Symposium Part 2: Dr. Niels Pederson

    *Annual Winn Feline Foundation Symposium: Feline Infectious Peritonitis* held June 23, 2011 at the Hyatt Regency Reston, Reston, VA. Dr. Niels Pederson, director Center for Companion Animal Health, University of California School of Veterinary...

  50. Winn Symposium Part 3: Q & A

    Questions and Answers from participants who attended the symposium with Dr. Niels Pederson, director of Center for Companion Animal Health, University of California School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis. and Dr. Alfred Legendre, professor of...