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Lizzy is king of the pets. She’s only lost a couple of horses.

Lizzy Wolfson joins Aaron and Noah on today’s episode of Schooling Noah! Lizzy is here to educate these buffoons on the importance of animal nutrition. You want your dog to live to 1,000? Feed it. Every day. You want to cremate your horse? Do it. The point is, like humans, animals thrive when given the proper diet.

This episode touches on different facets of animal health including vaccines. According to Lizzy, vaccines are just a way for “Big Vet” to perpetuate your animal’s ill health, forcing you to take them in, buy unnecessary treatment and services all in an attempt to extend their lives. What kind of monster would do that to their pet? You, that’s who. Whether you believe in medical science or not, know that Lizzy doesn’t.

Regardless of her beliefs, her back ground in nutrition is solid. At least that’s what she told Noah when he started to fire back. She has been keeping animals alive since the early nineties. This includes several horses, but most notably, Red Dog; a farm dog that wouldn’t work unless spoken to in Spanish. Lizzy highlights what it means to keep an animal healthy and happy. There is also a discussion about Noah‘s dog, Oso, a certified therapy pet that runs sideways and may be contracted autism from the kids he helps (i.e. Noah).

In addition to all of this fun, there is another sketch! This time Noah gets a job working at the McDonald’s drive thru. Oh, the calamity that ensues….

Find more about Lizzy at Wolf Hawk Comedy’s page

We are joined this week by Mutiny‘s very own, Cory Helie, who voices a part in our sketch. More importantly, he set up the audio and hustles every day to make a wonderful life for his wife and son, Rev. Please visit Mutiny and support them as they support us and we support you in all that you do. (2 S. Broadway, Denver, CO)

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