Season 2, Dog Episode 4 topics include:
The concept of Canine holistic, traditional,TCM, natural, organic, integrative and more approaches to caring for your canine. What does this mean from a professionals perspective and what does it mean in terms of care and approach for your canine.
About this episode’s hosts:
Dr. Jodie Gruenstern –
Dr. Jodie has made it her mission is to encourage the integration of natural foods and remedies into pet health care. “Too many pets are developing severe allergies and cancer. Their immune systems are severely compromised due to excessive vaccinations, processed food nutrition and toxic environments, “she says.
Dr. Jodie is a 1987 UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine Charter Class graduate. She was certified in veterinary acupuncture at the Chi Institute in Florida in 2008, under the instruction of the world-renown Dr. Huisheng Xie. She is a certified food therapist and experienced in western and oriental herbology.
For more info visit: http://www.drjodiesnaturalpets.com
Dr. Ken Tudor: Veterinarian, Author, Lecturer, Industry Expert
After 33 years in veterinary practice working with Cats, Dogs & more, Dr. Tudor opened THE WELL DOG PLACE as an alternative to traditional veterinary practice. His mission is to minimize illness by maximizing health through nutritional management, routine preventative care and proactive, safe alternative therapies. For diagnosing and treating medical problems, Dr. Tudor combines modern medicine with alternative treatments like Traditional Chinese Medicine, essential oil, Western herbs and cold laser therapy and is always on the looking for new alternative therapies and treatments.
Dr. Tudor is a recognized expert and leader in the field of pet nutrition and fitness, has authored two homemade recipe books, written hundreds of articles about nutrition and health and is a featured expert on radio and televised pet programs.
For more information on Dr. Ken Tudor visit: http://thewelldogplace.com
Dr. Patrick Mahaney:
I’m Dr. Patrick Mahaney.
I have used acupuncture on my own pet. I completed the International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS) basic course (2006) and am now a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist (CVA).
I earned this certification after I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine (1999) and completed an internship at Friendship Hospital for Animals in Washington, D.C (2000).
I make house calls with the emphasis on pain management through acupuncture and musculoskeletal therapy. I also advise on pet-safe environmental changes, recommend dietary modifications, prescribe medications, dispense nutraceuticals (supplements) and Chinese herbs, communicate with your regular veterinarian or specialist, and provide end of life care and euthanasia. Learn more about my practice or arrange for a consultation for your cat or dog via my Veterinary Services webpage.
I’m also a member of many professional advocacy groups, including the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), California Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA), International Veterinary Acupuncture Society (IVAS), and Lesbian Gay Veterinary Medical Association (LGVMA), and BlogPaws.
Learn more about Dr. Patrick Mahaney visit:
Robert Semrow: Author, Lecturer, Industry Expert
Robert Semrow is well known throughout the pet industry and animal world. He is heard on 130 + AM/FM/XM radio U.S. stations weekly on Animal Radio – “Listomania” and has been a regular on National Syndicated TV Series and Digital Media Series sharing his diverse knowledge about the pet world.
For more information on Robert Semrow visit: http://petworldinsider.com/
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Hosts: Dr. Jodie Gruenstern, Dr. Patrick Mahaney, Dr. Ken Tudor, Robert Semrow
Director/Producer: Derek Sahagun