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39 minutes | Aug 11, 2022
Episode 47: New thoughts on osteoarthritis in dogs and cats
Drs. Kelly Diehl and Felix Duerr discuss the ins and outs of osteoarthritis in dogs and cats. Dr. Duerr shares his experiences treating this very common disease of older pets and discusses the latest information on treatment of osteoarthritis in dogs and cats, including his cutting-edge research projects.
19 minutes | Jul 12, 2022
Episode 46: No horsing around - improving horse welfare through understanding behavior
Dr. Kelly Diehl talks with Dr. Kris Hiney about horse behavior and how a deeper understanding of behavior can have a major impact on horse welfare. Dr. Hiney talks about her new study focused on teaching horse owners, veterinarians and caregivers how to recognize subtle clues to horse affective states, and what she hopes to accomplish long-term to improve horse welfare.
30 minutes | Jun 9, 2022
Episode 45: Naughty or Nice? Understanding problem behavior in cats.
Dr. Kelly Diehl and Dr. Kristyn Vitale get catty as they discuss feline behavior. Learn about house soiling, training, scratching behavior and a whole lot more! i25yPkpaAwxghBktCL7F
28 minutes | May 12, 2022
Episode 44: Update on the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study
Dr. Kelly Diehl chats with Dr. Julia Labadie, Golden Retriever Lifetime Study epidemiologist, and gets an update on the latest facts and figures as the Study reaches its tenth anniversary!
39 minutes | Apr 14, 2022
Episode 43: Unraveling the complexities of heartworm disease
Dr. Kelly Diehl speaks with Dr. Michael Povelones from the University of Pennsylvania about mosquitos and heartworm disease in animals. They talk about the role of the mosquito in disease transmission and new research avenues focused on this pathway as a new preventive measure. Not only could this research impact heartworm disease in animals but it could have translational value for other deadly mosquito-borne disease such as malaria and dengue!
32 minutes | Mar 10, 2022
Episode 42: What happens when a species has only a few animals left?
Dr. Kelly Diehl talks with Dr. Aryn Wilder of the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance about her work with the Pacific pocket mouse. Although the species is recovering, Dr. Wilder discusses some of the challenges that come with saving a species when only a few individuals are left.
33 minutes | Feb 10, 2022
Episode 41: Rolling stones - understanding urinary calculi in dogs
Dr. Kelly Diehl talks with Dr. Eva Furrow of the University of Minnesota about bladder stones in dogs. Learn more about Dr. Furrow’s research, where the science of urinary stone formation is heading and what that could mean for dog owners
30 minutes | Jan 13, 2022
Episode 40: The Amazing Science of Fecal Microbial Transplantation
Dr. Kelly Diehl gets down and dirty on fecal microbial transplantation with Dr. Jenessa Winston, Assistant Professor and clinician scientist at The Ohio State University. Dr. Winston discusses the history of this procedure, and how veterinarians are using the technique to treat a variety of diseases, and what the future might hold for this unique therapy.
40 minutes | Dec 8, 2021
Episode 39: Everything you wanted to know about forest elephants but were afraid to ask
Dr. Kelly Diehl talks with Dr. Daniella Chusyd about forest elephants, which were recently designated as a new species. Found in Africa, forest elephants face unique challenges. Dr. Chusyd discusses the species, their unique health challenges, and their struggle for survival.
34 minutes | Nov 9, 2021
Episode 38: Evaluating chronic pain in horses
Dr. Kelly Diehl speaks with Drs. Janny de Grauw and Diane Howard about the challenge of detecting and measuring chronic pain in horses.
22 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
Episode 37: Ringworm in cats
Join Dr. Kelly Diehl and Dr. Alex Moskaluk of Colorado State University as they discuss ringworm in cats, and how Dr. Moskaluk's research could help thousands of affected animals!
31 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
Episode 36: Working together to save Ridgway's hawk
Join Drs. Kelly Diehl and David L. Anderson as they discuss saving the critically endangered Ridgway's hawk from parasitism as well as global health threats to all raptors.
26 minutes | Aug 11, 2021
Episode 35: Understanding Canine Cognitive Dysfunction
Join Drs. Kelly Diehl and Margaret Gruen as they discuss cognitive dysfunction in dogs (and cats), including signs of decline, monitoring tools and quality of life for both pets and owners.
29 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
Episode 34: Does exercise help young horses avoid injury?
Dr. Kelly Diehl interviews Dr. Annette McCoy, Assistant Professor of Equine Surgery at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign College of Veterinary Medicine. The two discuss leg fractures in horses and McCoy’s latest Foundation-funded study, which is evaluating the long-term effects of a moderately strenuous exercise plan on bone development in foals. Her team is collecting data for an algorithm they hope to use to design exercise programs for foals to reduce risk of injuries later in life.
25 minutes | Jun 8, 2021
Episode 33: Exploring a new diagnostic tool for use in treating feline injection-site sarcomas
Dr. Kelly Diehl interviews Dr. Laura Selmic, Associate Professor in Surgical Oncology at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, about her Foundation-funded work to evaluate a new diagnostic tool for use in treating feline injection-site sarcomas. Selmic’s team investigated the use of optical coherence tomography in detecting cancer cells left behind following removal of injection-site sarcomas in client-owned cats undergoing surgery.
29 minutes | May 11, 2021
Episode 32: Everything you’ve wanted to know about fiber for your pets
Dr. Kelly Diehl asks all the questions you've ever had about fiber for your pets, but were afraid to ask, to Dr. Aarti Kathrani, Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the United Kingdom’s Royal Veterinary College. They cover different properties of fiber, its effects on the gastrointestinal tract, and even some disadvantages about dietary fiber use, among other topics.
34 minutes | Apr 13, 2021
Episode 31: Hyperthyroidism in Cats
Dr. Kelly Diehl talks about hyperthyroidism in cats with Dr. Ellen Behrend, the Joezy Griffin Endowed Professor and Alumni Professor at Auburn University. The two discuss what is known about the disease, methods to diagnose it and treatment options.
29 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
Episode 30: Salmonellosis in Horses
Dr. Kelly Diehl talks about salmonella in horses with Dr. Brandy Burgess, an associate professor at the Department of Population Health at the University of Georgia. The two discuss what we know about the bacterial disease, current management strategies and challenges it poses to veterinarians. Dr. Burgess also talks about her current Foundation-funded research, which is determining the duration of salmonella shedding among test-positive horses.
33 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
Episode 29: Beating bloat in dogs
Dr. Kelly Diehl talks about bloat in dogs (also known as gastric dilatation and volvulus) with Dr. Elizabeth Rozanski, an associate professor at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University. Rozanski discusses the physiology of bloat, factors affecting prognosis, and prevention. She also covers her Foundation-funded research, which studied how bloat affected blood clotting and heart function.
35 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
Episode 28: Feline behavior myth busting
Dr. Kelly Diehl talks with Dr. Kristyn Vitale, an assistant professor of animal health and behavior at Maine’s Unity College. They share insights on feline behavior, a neglected but important area of cat health and well-being. Dr. Vitale busts popular myths about cat sociability, trainability and more.
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