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Guests

Wk of November 3:

Veteran De-Mining Dogs, Lyft Driver Steals Dog & Purchase CBD Pet Products

Bob Bryant
Mahi
Karen Howard

Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with talk Bob Bryant about de-mining dogs for Veterans Day; Jason Gell, Esq. about a Lyft Driver stealing his dog, Mahi; and the Organic & Natural Health Association’s Karen Howard about purchasing Hemp and CBD for pets.

Wk of October 27:

Prison Trained K9s, Caring for Aging Dogs & Feline Marking

Michele Wayland
Lara Sypniewski, DVM
David Coil, PhD

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Michele Wayland, a Supervisor of the Colorado Correctional Industries about the Prison Trained K-9 Companion Program; Dr. Lara Sypniewski, DVM, from Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine about caring for aging dogs; and David Coil, PhD, project scientist at the UC Davis Genome Center about new research regarding feline secretions used for marking  and communication.

Wk of October 20:

Domestic Violence, Exotic Pets, Feline Human Bond

Danielle Behan
Laurie Hess, DVM
Kristyn Vitale, Ph.D.

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Danielle Behan, Senior Brand Manager at the Nestle Purina PetCare Company about the Purple Leash Project and how it is bringing awareness to domestic violence; with Laurie Hess about exotic animals as pets; and with Kristyn Vitale, Ph.D., about the relationship between domestic cats and humans.

Wk of October 13:

Feral Cats, Pet Wellness Month, Pet-Friendly Dorms

Peter Crimmins
Neal Sivula, DVM
Dawn Soufleris, Ph.D.

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Philadelphia’s WHYY arts & culture reporter Peter Crimmins about the growing feral cat problem in the U.S.; with the American Holistic Vet Med Association’s Neal Sivula about how to better care for our pets and their needs as part of October as National Pet Wellness Month; and with Dawn Soufleris, Ph.D., VP of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management for La Salle University, about how the university is using pets as a recruiting tool.

Wk of October 6:

Howl’oween Edition: Pet Costumes, Black Cats & Health Tips for Holiday Events

Howard Beige
Layla Morgan
Jason Stull, DVM

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Rubie’s Howard Beige about pet costumes for Halloween; with author Layla Morgan about mythology and adoption awareness of black cats; and the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Jason Stull, DVM, about how to reduce the spread of disease at pet events.

Wk of September 29:

Dangers of Vaping, Halloween Pet Trends and Feline Weight Loss

Tristan Daugherty-Leiter, DVM
Michele Buggy
Megan Shepherd. DVM

This week on The Pet Buzz, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Tristian Daughtery-Leiter, DVM at VCA Veterinary Emergency Service and Veterinary Specialty Center about the dangers of vaping to animals; Halloween & Costume Association’s Michelle Buggy about Halloween and pet trends; and Megan Shepherd, DVM, of Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine about feline weight loss.

Wk of September 22:

Cesar Millan, Service K9 Laws & Jewish Holiday w/Pets

Cesar Millan
Rebecca Huss, Esq.
Rabbi Mendy

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with dog trainer, author and TV personality Cesar Millan about his residency in Las Vegas; Best Friends Animal Society General Counsel, Rebecca Huss, about Service Dog Laws; and Rabbi Mendy about celebrating Jewish Holiday with pets.

Wk of September 15:

Less Adoptable Pets, Dog Impossible & Anthropomorphizing

Jessica Arnold
Matt Beisner
Stanley Coren, PhD

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk to Petfinder’s Jessica Arnold about less adoptable pets; Zen Dog’s Matt Beisner about his new Nat Geo TV show, “ Dog: Impossible”; and Psychology Today’s Stanley Coren, PhD, about anthropomorphizing of our furry friends.

Wk of September 8:

Brains from Breeding, K9 Enrichment & Deaf Dogs

Erin Hecht, PhD
Mark Van Wye
deaf dog training
Terrie Hayward

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Harvard University’s Department of Human Evolutionary Biology Erin Hecht, PhD, about how selective breeding has affected dog brains; with Zoom Room’s Mark Van Wye about canine enrichment; and dog trainer and author, Terrie Hayward, about training deaf dogs.

Wk of September 1:

Pain Management, K9s Club & Back To School Blues

Jennifer Johnson, VDM
Paul Williams
Babette Haggerty

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM talk with International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management’s President Elect, Jennifer F. Johnson, VMD, about animal pain management; with the Congressional Cemetery’s resident Paul Williams about the most exclusive K9 Club in Washington DC, and dog trainer and author Babette Haggerty about uplifting Fido’s depression after the kids go back to school.

Wk of August 25:

Feline Leukemia, Dogs & Dating, & Nonsurgical Sterilization

Gillian Angliss Glaser, DVM
Seth Meyers, PhD
Joyce Briggs

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Gillian Angliss Glaser, DVM, Clinical Assistant Professor, Small Animal Medicine from the College of Veterinary Medicine Western University of Health Sciences about Feline Leukemia; with Seth Meyers, PhD, the relationship expert from Eharmony about how our furry friends help us to meet our life partners; and Joyce Briggs, the President of the Alliance for Contraception in Cats & Dogs about nonsurgical sterilization.

Wk of August 18:

Celebrating National Dog Day

Hayley Mehalco
Jennifer Funk
Amy Robinson

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed is celebrating National Dog Day. She will speak with Hayley Mehalco, founder of Puppy Parties NYC about celebrating in canine style; with Jennifer Funk, co-founder of Abundant Life Massage, about treating your dog to massage therapy; and Amy Robinson, dog trainer and founder of Drool School, about how training your pooch can increase his confidence.

Wk of August 11:

PTSD Vets & Service K9s, Pet-Friendly Cities & STDs

Rory Diamond
Jill Gonzalez
Robyn Wilborn, DVM

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Rory Diamond, CEO of K9s For Warriors, about why the Veterans Administration will not provide service dogs for PTSD veterans; Jill Gonzalez, Communications Director and Spokesperson for WalletHub, about the annual survey on the most and least pet-friendly cities; and Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, Associate Professor of Theriogenology at the Large Animal Teaching Hospital and co-director of the Equine Reproduction Center, Robyn Wilborn, DVM, about sexually transmitted canine diseases.

Wk of August 4:

Comfort K9s in El Paso, Creating A Pet-friendly Room & Dog Noses

Tim Hetzner, President LCC
Skip Bedell
Edward Morrison, PhD

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Tim Hetzner, the president of Lutheran Church Charities, about deploying K-9 Comfort Dogs to El Paso, Texas after a shooting resulting in 22 dead and a dozen more injured and to Dayton, Ohio where nine are dead and 27 more are injured; Skip Bedell known for his TV show, “Catch a Contractor” and his appearances on Fox & Friends about creating a pet-friendly room; and with Auburn’s University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Edward Morrison, PhD, about the canine nose and what it can truly do. And in Fleck’s Fact, Reed and Fleck talk about the hazards of dog grooming.

Wk of July 28:

Declawing Law, Water Safety & CBD for Pets

Linda B. Rosenthal
Dr. Deborah Mandell
Joseph Wakshlag, DVM

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM talk with Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal representing District 67 in the New York State Assembly about the nation’s first declawing bill; with Dr. Deborah Mandell about water safety for pets; and with Cornell Veterinary School of Medicine and Chief Medical Officer for ElleVet Sciences, Joseph Wakshlag, DVM, about pets and CBD.

Wk of July 21:

Heat Stroke, Dog House Trends & New Dog Bite Study

Colin Reich, DVM
Michelle Pollack
Charles A. Elmaraghy, MD

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine’s Colin Reich, DVM, about heat stroke and heat exhaustion; with La Petite Maison’s Michelle Pollack about dog house trends; and Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s Charles Elmaraghy, MD, discussing how a new dog bite study helps parents with dog ownership choices.

Wk of July 14:

Sharks, Therapy Dog Teams & Best Summer Book Reads

George H. Burgess, PhD
Caroline Loevner
Everett Jones

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with George Burgess, PhD., an ichthyologist and fisheries biologist about recent developments with sharks; Caroline Loevner about working as a professional therapy dog team with her dog – Beau; and with Everett Jones, Reviews Editor from Publisher’s Weekly, about the best summer book reads.

Wk of July 7:

Manatees, Lost Pets, Scoop on Poop & Cooling Products

Patrick Rose, Aquatic Biologist
Jan Suchodolski, DVM
Lorien Clemons, Pet Hub Vice President

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM talk with Patrick Rose, Aquatic Biologist and Executive Director of the Save the Manatee Club about manatees and their survival; Jan Suchodolski, DVM, an Associate Professor and Associate Director of the GI Lab at Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences about identifying healthy vs. abnormal poop in cats; Pet Hub Vice President, Lorien Clemons, about July as Lost Pet Prevention Month. Reed and Fleck also talk about the best way to cool off our pets.

Wk of June 30:

Dogs as Humans, Man vs. Nature, & Pet-friendly Vacations

Jessica Pierce, PhD.
Howard Solomon
Dan Schachner

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with author and bioethicist Jessica Pierce, PhD., about how we treat dogs like humans; with dog breeder Howard Solomon about one man’s struggle living in nature; and with Puppy Bowl Rufferee Dan Schachner about planning a pet-friendly vacation.

Wk of June 23:

4th of July Dangers, Motion Sickness & Hydration

Cullen Domaracki, DVM
Ernie Ward, DVM
Marc Seitz, DVM, DABVP

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with LSU School of Veterinary Medicine’s Cullen Domaracki, DVM, about Fourth of July pet dangers; with author Ernie Ward, DVM, about motion sickness in dogs and cats; and with Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Marc Seitz, DVM, DABVP, about July as Hydration Awareness Month. Reed and Fleck also talk about taking your cat to the veterinarian.

Wk of June 16:

Disaster Preparedness Planning for Pet Owners

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Kelsey Eberly, staff attorney at the Animal Legal Defense Fund about the PETS Act; Katie Blakely, CEO of Pet First Insurance, about how ready pet owners are for natural disasters; Diane Robinson, Program Manager of the Disaster Service Animal Rescue Team for the Humane Society of the United States about natural disasters; Warren Hess, DVM about how creating Preparedness Plan and Assembling an Evacuation Kit

Kelsey Eberly, Esq.
Katie Blakely, CEO Pet First Insurance
Diane Robinson
Warren Hess, DVM

Wk of June 9:

TrumpTariffs, #BestFriendsFriday & Estate Planning

Mary Lovely, PhD.
Glenn Levine, MD, FACC, FAHA
Erach Screwvala, Esq.

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM, talk with Mary Lovely, PhD., Professor of Economics at Syracuse University about how Trump tariffs affect pet owners; with Glenn Levine MD, FACC, FAHA, Professor of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine about and the American Heart Association’s initiative, #BestFriendsFridays, to help fetch funds for heart research; and with Erach Screwvala, Esq. about creating an estate plan with your pets in mind.

Wk of June 2:

Midwest Flooding, Feline Diabetes & Belmont Stakes

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM talk with Cati Stanila, Director of Statewide Programs of the Oklahoma Humane Society and Daniel Burba, DVM, the department head for the Center For Veterinary Health Sciences of the Oklahoma State University about how the recent flooding in the Midwest has affected the pets and the livestock in the state; with Apryl Steele, DVM, President of the American Association of Feline Practitioners about feline diabetes; and, Steve Haskin, BloodHorse journalist about Belmont Stakes.

Cati Stanila
Daniel Burba, DVM
Apryl Steele, DVM
Steve Haskin

Wk of May 26:

Unnecessary Euthanasia, Bravo TV Housewife, Canine Eye Care

Amanda Howell, Esq
Sonja Tremont-Morgan
Lucien Vallone

This week on the show, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael The Dynamic Pet Duo talk with Amanda Howell, Esq.about a pet owner’s instructions as dictated in her will to euthanize and to intern her dog with her upon her death; with Sonja Tremont-Morgan, about the challenges of being a pet owner; and with Lucien Vallone, DVM, about watching out for canine eye conditions. Reed and Fleck walk about developing a nail care program for your pet.

Wk of May 19:

Crack Down on Puppy Mills, Seasonal Pet Allergies and Preparing Dogs for Tornadoes

John P. Goodwin
Tomeshia Hubbard, DVM
Edie MacKenzie

This week on The Pet Buzz, Petrendologist Charlotte Reed and Michael Fleck, DVM are talking with John Goodwin, Senior Director of the Puppy Mills Campaign at The Humane Society of the United States, about the USDA’s asking to hear public opinion about a proposal to crack down on puppy mills like the ones included in their Horrible Hundred report; with Tomeshia Hubbard, DVM, owner of Alabama Veterinary Allergy and Dermatology Service and President of the Tuskegee Veterinary Medical Association, about seasonal allergies; and, with author, Edie Mackenzie, about preparing dogs for tornadoes. In Fleck’s Facts, Reed and Fleck talk about what do if your dog gets hit by a car.