Video Archives

  1. Steve Dale: Is 2016 the Year of the Mosquito?

    June 15th, 2016

    There have been more and more cases of the Zika virus being reported and people are getting serious about mosquito bites. Steve chats with Dr. Michael Paul about Vectra 3D, a product that repels and kills mosquitos quickly.

  2. Steve Dale: Choosing the Right Pet for Your Family

    June 7th, 2016

    Dr. Nancy Soares of the American Animal Hospital Association joins Steve to discuss when it is the right time to add that fury little bundle of joy to your family.

  3. Steve Dale: Training Sighthounds with Positive Reinforcement

    May 24th, 2016

    It's time for another Vita Bone® training tip. Venerable dog trainer Dennis Damon chats with Steve about sighthounds and what makes them so different from other dogs, and why they should still be trained the same way - through positive reinforcement.

  4. Steve Dale: Pets and Vaccines

    April 26th, 2016

    Veterinary Medicine has been studying and reworking the right amount of vaccine for pets for many years. Boehringer Ingelheim has gone a step beyond to reduce the amount of actual vaccine being injected as well as to create a system that uses smaller needles to make vaccinations less discomforting. Dr. Kyle Malter explains what we need to know about vaccines.

  5. Steve Dale: The Latest on the Dog Flu

    April 19th, 2016

    What’s the latest with the Dog Flu and what is being done to control it? Dr. Natalie Marks from the Blum Animal Hospital was at the center of the huge outbreak in Chicago last year, she’ll tell us what precautions should be taken by anyone with a social dog.

  6. Steve Dale: The Booming Tick Population

    April 6th, 2016

    Spring is here and all of the parasites (who never really went away) are about to be back in full force. One of the top scientists in his field, Veterinary Parisitologist Dr. Michael Dryden talks about the booming tick population and why it is so important for you to stay on top of protecting your pets.

  7. Steve Dale: Cats Coughing Up Hairballs!

    March 28th, 2016

    Steve speaks with Dr. Heather Loenser of the American Animal Hospital Association to get to the bottom of what we need to know about cats and hairballs.

  8. Steve Dale: Creating Better Pet Friendly Neighborhoods

    February 22nd, 2016

    Steve chats with Cynthia Bathurst of Safe Humane Chicago who is working with the city to create better pet friendly neighborhoods. She explains all the great work they are doing.

  9. Steve Dale: Finding Good Pet Information on the Internet

    February 15th, 2016

    As consumers we have so much at our fingertips now, but how do you know what is good information and what isn’t? Dr. Wendy Hauser of the American Animal Hospital Association advocates that her clients find out as much as they desire, but make sure to check with their medical professional to make sure they are getting good information.

  10. Steve Dale: Dogs In Cars Getting Kibble

    February 8th, 2016

    Steve takes his dog Ethel out for a car ride and engrosses him in riveting conservation in our first installment of 'Dogs In Cars Getting Kibble.' They even stop off for a little play time at the dog park!

  11. Steve Dale: Fear Free Veterinary Clinics

    February 2nd, 2016

    Steve is joined by Dr. Debra Horwitz and Dr. Marty Becker to discuss the Fear Free movement! Veterinarians are working hard to create the best atmosphere possible for pets and owners.

  12. Steve Dale: Can Medical Marijuana Help Pets?

    January 25th, 2016

    Certified Behavior Consultant Darlene Arden joins Steve to discuss if the use of medical marijuana can possibly help our pets that have specific health issues.

  13. Steve Dale: Important Research by the WINN Feline Foundation

    January 11th, 2016

    Dr. Jessica Quimby joins Steve to discuss the incredible work being done by the WINN Feline Foundation. Much of the information we know about cat health is directly due to the research funded by WINN.

  14. Steve Dale: Take Good Care of your Pets Teeth

    January 4th, 2016

    Taking good care of your pets teeth is very important to their overall health, and especially important to our senior pets. Dr. Cindy Charlier chats about our furry family members oral health.

  15. Steve Dale: Pet Behavior Issues

    December 30th, 2015

    Dr. Pamela Nichols from the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) talks to us about behavior issues and why you should be willing to chat with your veterinarian when these issues arise.

  16. Steve Dale: The Vita Bone® Naughty or Nice Holiday Pet Quiz

    December 16th, 2015

    Steve fills you in on how to take the fun Naughty or Nice Holiday Pet Quiz from our friends at Vita Bone®. For every quiz taken, Vita Bone® will donate $1 to Pet Partners — an organization dedicated to improving people's health with therapy animals.

  17. Steve Dale: Keeping Pets Calm & Relaxed

    December 14th, 2015

    Our pets can be very anxious. Whether that’s because they don’t like to ride in a car, someone new is living in your house, or you just want them to be more relaxed over the holidays, there are ways to help. Dr. Valarie Tynes shares tips for helping our furry family members to be calm and relaxed.

  18. Steve Dale: Cats Need Regular Check-Ups Too

    December 7th, 2015

    Too many cats are not getting adequate veterinary care. Steve chats with Dr. Michael Cavanaugh, CEO of the American Animal Hospital Association, about the importance of regular veterinary visits for our cats, as well as tips to get your cat into the carrier.

  19. Steve Dale: Pets Have Allergies Too

    December 1st, 2015

    Dogs have allergies in many ways just like humans do - except they can't tell us about it. Dr. Tiffany Tapp joins us to talk about the common issue of Otitis (ear infections) that our dogs face as well as a new product to help make it easier to treat.

  20. Steve Dale: The AAHA Behavior Guidelines

    November 23rd, 2015

    We learn all about the new American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) behavior guidelines with Dr. Tracey Jensen.