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Vets Talk Pets
33 minutes | Apr 20, 2020
Ep. 16 Questions From A New Puppy Parent.
Join Dr. Beall and Dr. Chip as they answer questions of a new puppy owner. The newest puppy parent in the Beall family is Nicole Beall and boy does she have questions for Her Dad, Dr. Beall and her brother Dr. Chip. This is a delightful informative question and answer session on new puppies and pet parents. Gary Beall DVM Chip Beall DVM Springboro Veterinary Hospital We love what we do! Join us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpringboroVet/ Instagram: @springborovet Twitter: @springborovet Snapchat: springborovet tiktok: springborovet email: email@example.com
21 minutes | Apr 13, 2020
Special Episode Coronavirus and Pets
This is a special straight forward episode on Coronavirus and pets. Dr. Beall answers the most frequently asked questions about Coronavirus and pets. Can pets get coronavirus? Can pets give humans coronavirus? Can Humans give pets coronavirus? Are veterinary hospitals essential businesses? Join Dr. Beall as he answers these timely questions. Gary Beall DVM Chip Beall DVM Springboro Veterinary Hospital We love what we do! Join us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpringboroVet/ Instagram: @springborovet Twitter: @springborovet Snapchat: springborovet tiktok: springborovet email: firstname.lastname@example.org
52 minutes | Mar 24, 2020
Ep.15 What Should Your Pet Eat?
We are excited and honored to have Dr. Sally Perea in the studio. It is rare to have the opportunity to interview a Veterinary Nutritionist. There are not many Veterinary Nutritionists in the world. And she took the time to come to our studio and help all of us to understand pet diets. Sally is also the co-host along with her husband Curtis, of the fantastic podcast, Arise and Shine. Arise, and Shine is a daily devotional podcast where they read a portion of scripture, then discuss what stood out to them and apply it to their day to day growth. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/arise-and-abide/id1493077635 More info on Dr. Sally Perea linkedin.com/in/sally-perea-38907576 In this episode, she considered all types of diets, raw, grain, homemade, allergy, and answered the top questions we get on diets and nutrition for pets. So what is true about pet food diets. It is complicated but listen to what Dr. Perea has to say. **The one thing we learned and worth noting is to always look for the AAFCO statement on the pet food package. This is critical. AAFCO establishes standards or models for regulations aimed at ensuring that manufacturers provide clear, accurate, and consistent information about animal feed, including pet food. ** The other truth worth noting is marketing, blog, commercials, etc. have all outpaced research, so be careful what you read and hear about pet nutrition.
33 minutes | Feb 4, 2020
Ep. 14 Seizures and tremors in pets. What do I do?
Dr. Beall and Dr. Chip discuss over 40 years of experience with tremors and seizures in pets. Seizures are scary for the pet owners and dangerous for the pet. What should we do if our pet has a seizure? What is happening to a pet having a seizure? What are breeds more prone to seizures? What about poisonings, do they cause seizures? There are so many questions about seizures. But what do we do and what should we know if our pet is having a seizure? Join the discussion, you will find this to be a very interesting episode. Pet discovery of the week: Messy Mutts drying MATTS (not towels). messy mutt mats. We love this product. Make sure you pick the MATT and not the towel. We bought this from Pet People in Springboro. Pet People Springboro. We love this Matt and have trained our pets to go to it each time they come inside from outside. This has matt has captured an amazing amount of dirt BEFORE they walk through the house. Gary Beall DVM Chip Beall DVM Springboro Veterinary Hospital We love what we do! Join us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpringboroVet/ Instagram: @springborovet Twitter: @springborovet Snapchat: springborovet
36 minutes | Dec 11, 2019
Ep. 13 Christmas Gifts for Pets with the Beall Family!
This is a very special Vets Talk Pets Podcast. The entire Beall family, from charming Springboro, Ohio discusses gifts for your pets. And a little family cheer and bander too may be heard too. You don't want to miss this special episode with Dr. Gary Beall, Julie Beall, Dr. Chip Beall, and Nicole Beall discussing their favorite holiday gifts for their fur babies. If you ask this group it was the most fun they had doing a podcast! Be sure to listen and let us know if you have questions, comments or need help with anything. Don't forget to subscribe to the show! For more information go to VETSTALKPETS.com Do you have questions about your pet? Email us at email@example.com Gary Beall DVM Chip Beall DVM Springboro Veterinary Hospital Contact us: at firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 937-748-1378 We love what we do! Join us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpringboroVet/ Instagram: @springborovet Twitter: @springborovet Snapchat: springborovet
37 minutes | Sep 13, 2019
Ep. 11 the Truth about pet Nutrition with Dr. Sally Perea
Dr. Sally Perea, a veterinary Nutritionist at Royal Canin joins the show today to talk about pet nutrition. Dr. Perea is one of only 80 veterinary nutritionists in the county. In today's world, everyone has an opinion on pet food diets. Who is right, how do you know what you are being told is correct. Join us on this episode to learn how marketing has outpaced research in the pet nutrition industry and what you should do when feeding your pet? Cool Pet Tip of the Week: Darkyazi Snuffle Mat Nosework Blanket can be found on Amazon. For more information go to VETSTALKPETS.com Do you have questions about your pet? Email us at email@example.com
27 minutes | Jun 30, 2019
Ep. 10 Noises, Fireworks, your pet may think they are dying!
This is an important episode. The Fourth of July is the most dangerous day of the year for pets. The loud noises can stress some pets so much they run away, or they hide in fear and can even become ill. Dr. Chip Beall and Dr. Gary Beall describe the stress some animals experience during the Firework celebrating seasons. They discuss in detail how to prevent or lessen the stress pets feel with loud noises. Listen while they explain how to train your pet to become conditioned or ignore loud noises and describe the new cutting edge drugs that might help the pet that can not be helped with love, and kisses or training. Cool Pet Stuff Discovery of the WeeK: one of the 2019 best pet apps of the year: ScritchSpot. As she does every week, Julie will review this app and let you know whether you should consider it too. You can find it at your app store. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/scritchspot/id1316235804
26 minutes | May 9, 2019
Ep. 9 When a plane hits your house with pets inside
This is a must listen to episode of Vets Talk Pets. A dear friend of ours had a plane crash into her home with her two precious dogs inside while no one was at home. Find out what happens when a plane hit Cyndi Wineinger's home while she was at work. And also learn how to prepare your pet for a disaster. Are you really ready for the unexpected? Have you considered your pets needs? The cool pet stuff discovery this week is all about easy access to your pet's records. We use Pet Desk at our veterinary office, but there are many others. Check with your local veterinarian to see if they have easy access to your pet's records and appointments. For more information go to VETSTALKPETS.com Do you have questions about your pet? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Gary Beall DVM Chip Beall, Senior Veterinary Student at OSU Springboro Veterinary Hospital Contact us: at email@example.com Phone: 937-748-1378 We love what we do! Join us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpringboroVet/ Instagram: @springborovet Twitter: @springborovet Snapchat: springborovet
26 minutes | May 8, 2019
Ep.8 Top 10 Google Questions about Cats
In this episode we will answer 5 of the top 10 Goolged questions about pets. Why do cats purr? Dr. Chip and Dr. Beall have a few interesting theories on this. Dr. Beall made a video that will help explain the answer to this question further. Why do Cats Purr How long do cats live? Cat’s amaze me. They can live for a long time. But life expectancy depends on many things, including one crucial factor - whether your cat is an indoor-only cat or an outdoor cat. Indoor cats generally live from 12-18 years of age. Many may live to be in their early 20s. Outdoor cats sadly, live to be 4-6 years on average. The oldest living feline, according to the Guinness book of world records, was a cat named Crème Puff, who lived to be 38 years and 3 days old. Listen to hear more! Why do cats knead? Why do cats sleep so much? Why do cats have whiskers?
27 minutes | Apr 16, 2019
Ep.7 How to introduce a new baby or puppy to your dog? Why do dogs bury bones?
How do you introduce a new baby or puppy to your dog? Dr. Chip and Dr. Beall present several tips to help you introduce your new baby to your dog or cat. This is a very informative episode with excellent concrete advice that can easily be executed by anyone. Dr. Chip tells the story of how he introduced his new baby to their dog or cat. And Dr. Beall discusses what he has learned over the last 35 years about new babies and puppies. As the episode continues Dr. Chip and Dr. Beall answer the popular question, “Why do dogs bury bones?” They explain that dogs were at one time wild animals and what wild instincts remain with them. Food preservation and food guarding are instinctive. See this video on bringing home a baby. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2OzXEqvs4g Cool Pet Discovery of the Week: This week we discuss an app called Bring Fido https://www.bringfido.com/ This App explores over 200,000 places to stay, play, and eat with your dog. Read thousands of reviews to sniff out the best pet-friendly hotels, restaurants, and attractions in all 50 states and more than 100 countries. 24-hour support available They are U.S. based team of pet travel experts available to help plan and book your next pet-friendly vacation. Hope you enjoy the show: We are honored you joined us. Don't forget to subscribe to our show. And please leave us a review. Thank you
27 minutes | Mar 29, 2019
Ep.6 Dry noses, Wet Noses! and Digging Dogs!
Why is my dog's nose dry? Why is my dog's nose dry? Dog's have a good sense of smell 400 X stronger than a human smell. Interestingly dogs can smell the fear of the previous dog in the exam room. Their sense of smell is just amazing Back to the question dogs, noses should be moist. But should not be dripping either. Dry noses are not normal. If they are dry, it is usually environmental, kind of like chapped lips and dry hands. But it can be from dehydration which has many causes some of which can be serious. If your pet has a dry nose, you should call your veterinarian Another interesting fact about a nose or nasal passage; If it is frigid outside your nose will warm the air so the lungs can accept it and use the oxygen and is true if it hot, the nasal passage can cool the air. Dogs don't sweat, but they can cool down through their noses Why do dogs dig? Dogs dig for lots of reason, but a big reason for digging is they are bored. If you want to stop them from digging, you must catch them. Then they must be redirected. Food puzzles are good for boredom too. Digging can be from resource guarding, protecting her food. It is one of their wild instincts. Using a sandbox with buried bones and treats can help them with boredom. Cool Pet Stuff of the week : This week we discuss a fantastic application for dogs who have trouble walking on hardwood floors and tile surfaces. They are especially useful for senior dogs. They are called Dr. Buzby Toe Grips. Dr. Buzby gave us a set of the toe grips last year, and we did not use them until a few months ago when our granddog Gracie, became very ill and had trouble walking. When she finally stabilized, her gait was unsteady. We pulled out the toe grips and tried them. She immediately began walking. It gave her the confidence she needed. We are in love with these toe grips now and offer them to our client. They can be purchased at our website, Springborovet.com or Toe Grips Hope you enjoy the show: We are honored you joined us. Don't forget to subscribe to our show. And please leave us a review. Thank you!
20 minutes | Mar 15, 2019
Ep.5 Stinky ears!
In this episode, Dr. Chip and Dr. Beall will talk about preventing ear infections and how to clean those stinky ears. This is the number one question we get at our office. Infected ears can be a serious problem and chronic, especially for some breeds. Below is a great video on cleaning a dogs ear that has proven helpful to many. How to clean a dog's ear How to clean a dogs ear Cool Pet Stuff Discovery of the week: Music for a Dog Ear CD : Music through a dog's ear. This is a great CD that pet owners might not know they need but some owner definitely knows they need something to calm their pets. Millions of dog and cat parents have struggled with stress-related behavior issues, from separation anxiety to fear of thunderstorms. Classical music for your pet may be an answer. Now, psychoacoustic expert Joshua Leeds joins concert pianist Lisa Spector and veterinary neurologist Dr. Susan Wagner to create Through a Dog's Ear: classical music clinically demonstrated to calm canine listeners. Studies show these solo piano arrangements reduced anxiety behavior and induced calmness in 70 percent of dogs in shelters or kennels and 85 percent of dogs in households.
28 minutes | Mar 15, 2019
Ep.4 Eating Grass, Howling, Dreaming, Chasing Tail, Top Google Questions
In this episode, we will begin to answer the top 10 most popular Google questions about pets? The first ten will be about dogs, and we will continue in later episodes to answer the most popular questions about cats. For today we will cover the first five most popular questions about dogs Why dogs eat grass? Well, there is not a correct answer here. There are only several theories on why pets eat grass. One is they are bored, and that is an excellent theory. But the most popular reason pets eat grass is to calm their an upset stomach. It may be therapeutic for some dogs. And some dogs just like grass! We did a fun video about dogs eating grass several years ago. The link is below: Grass video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAooel29Ee0 Do Dogs Dream? The answer is yes, and recent research says they dream about you and what they do during the day. We also think you should let your dog and cat dream and don't try to wake them up. They could be startled and act aggressively is surprised. Just like in humans let a sleeping dog alone. It is important to know the difference between a seizure and a dream. Below is a video we made on dreaming that has a few great ideas on pets dreaming. Video: Do Dogs Dream? Why do Dogs Howl? There are lots of reasons for dogs to howl. But mostly it is a communication and territorial tool. It can be a tool to communicate stress too. Why Do Dogs Have Whiskers? Whiskers are sensory organs that help with touch and give a message to the brain. It helps the pet make decisions and how to navigate their movements. Research has shown moving whiskers can communicate fear or aggression. It is considered an initiate wild animal instinct. Why Do Dogs Chase Their Tails? Sometimes they do it for boredom and sometime they may have another OCD type issue. Cool Pet Stuff Discovery of the Week: Selfie App. PetSelfie App We’ve all been there. Trying to snap the perfect photo shot of our adorable pets in a split second. Well with PetSelfie, your pet can be just as Instagram-able as you are. PetSelife makes it simple; They tested sounds on a variety of animals that are guaranteed to get your pet's attention. This is great for your cute pooch or a crazy cat, and it is straightforward to use. (we do not receive sponsorship for this cool pet stuff discover) Don't forget to subscribe to our show
20 minutes | Mar 15, 2019
Ep.3 Training your pet, coyote attacks and peanut butter licks.
Did you train your dog? Did your neighbors train their dog? We sure hope so. Behavior is a big topic. Why, because the number one reason pets end up in shelters is due to behavior problems. The statistics show that one year after getting a pet 30% of them will not remain in the house due to behavior problems. Let's get these dogs trained. There are a lot of options for training. We prefer positive reinforcement training starting with puppy training up to advance practice. What is the difference between a trainer and a behaviorist? Usually, a behaviorist is a trained veterinarian with a specialty in veterinary medicine. A veterinary behaviorist is an actual veterinarian who has continued to specialize in behavior. This means earning a bachelor's degree, attending four years of veterinary school. Once becoming a DVM, the doctor must complete an internship, a residency in behavior, author a scientific paper, write peer-reviewed case studies, and pass a rigorous examination. Upon completion, the vet can become a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists. This is a harsh journey, and there are not many these specialists around. Dog trainers train dogs to execute specific tasks or actions. They also teach dogs not to do certain things. Some trainers will work with problem behaviors, even delving into the behaviorist side of things. However, a good trainer knows his or her limits and, if necessary, will refer you to someone better equipped to deal with the issue. Training your dog is about training the dog and the pet parents. And it is one of the most important things you can do for your pet and society. Just as important as training, socialization is extremely important too. We recommend you socialize your pet when they are young but only with other healthy, vaccinated puppies. The case of Week: Severe Coyote attack in Southern Ohio. Coyote attacks are on the rise. See the new report. Unbelievable story! http://www.fox19.com/2019/02/23/butler-county-family-has-coyote-warning-pet-owners-area/ Dr. Chip and Dr. Beall have tons of great ideas "Cool Pet Stuff" of the week: Pet lick pads. Here are a few choices. https://www.amazon.com/s?k=lick+pad&ref=nb_sb_noss_1 Your pet will love these filled with peanut butter.
20 minutes | Mar 10, 2019
Ep.2 Having trouble housebreaking your dog?
In this episode, Dr. Beall and Dr. Chip will talk about puppies pooping and peeing in the house. And what you can do to house train your cute, cuddly messy little puppy. This is a fun episode with great ideas on housebreaking your puppy. You might be surprised to learn what these two very different veterinarians think about house training your pet. The cool pet stuff discovery of the week is Puppr.com. According to Puppr.com, the app includes step-by-step photo instructions and a built-in clicker to teach your dog tricks from basic obedience like “sit” and “stay” to advanced tricks like “fetch leash” and “skateboard.” Great for new dog owners and dogs of all ages (especially puppies)! Don't forget to subscribe to the show!
8 minutes | Mar 10, 2019
Ep.1 Introduction to Vets Talk Pets
Welcome to Vets Talk Pets Podcast! Meet Dr. Gary Beall and Dr. Chip Beall father and son veterinary duo, operating a veterinary hospital in a small town in the heart of the midwest called Springboro, Ohio. Both are graduates of one of the top veterinary colleges in the world, The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Chip, a more recent graduate is married to Jordan Beall and they have one cute adorable son. Gary graduated 30 years ago and is married to his wife Julie the producer of Vets Talk Pets and the cool pet stuff finder included in each podcast. They have two grown children Chip and Nicole. In this episode, they will introduce themselves and the purpose of the Vets Talk Pets podcast. They will discuss the tips and trick segment, the cool pet stuff discovery segment and case studies they will include in each episode. They may even talk a little about family stuff too.! Be sure to listen and let us know if you have questions, comments or need help with anything. Don't forget to subscribe to the show!
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