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On this episode of Vet Candy Podcast, Dr. Jenifer Chatfield and Dr. Jason Chatfield speak to clinical pathologist extraordinaire, Dr. Natalie Hoepp. Dr. Natalie is on a mission to make clinical pathology great again.- MCPGA. They talk about everything from infectious diseases to diseases caused by tick bites. This show is brought to you by Elanco Animal Health, makers of Ultra Duramune. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News... Confessions Of A Clinical Pathology Superhero
On this episode, it is all about the ladies. Dr. Jenifer Chatfield speaks with Dr. Marta Sanchez-Emden, a Miami veterinarian, mom of two, and a world class fencer. The two talk about Dr. Marta’s incredible journey through vet school while pregnant, and how she overcame the odds to become a successful business owner and the face of Spanish pet care news. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News: Practice tips with Dr. Marta Sanchez-Emden
On this show, of In Other News, Dr. Jen meets the Incredible Dr. Pol and Mrs. Incredible Dr. Pol. Both are the stars of The Incredible Dr. Pol, the most popular veterinary reality television show on Nat Geo Wild. The show follows Dutch-born veterinarian Dr. Jan Pol and his family and employees at his practice in rural Michigan. But where’s Dr. Jason? Nobody knows but hopefully, we can find him for the next show. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… It’s The Incredible Dr. (& Mrs.) Pol
On today’s show, Dr. Michael Blackwell, The Director Program for Pet Health Equity at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, joins Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason to discuss ways veterinarians can make veterinary affordable and accessible to all. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… We Need Affordable Vet Care?
According to data from pet insurance companies, skin allergies top the list for reasons policyholders take their pets to the vet. On today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason talk with The Derm Vet, Dr. Ashley Bourgeois about hot topics in dermatology. From skin allergies, to ear infections, and how to prevent ear disease. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News, Veterinarians Are Pimple Poppers Too?
Cannabidiol, or CBD oil, is promoted for a wide range of medical conditions in people and in pets. On today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason Chatfield speak with veterinary surgeon and CBD expert, Dr. Courtney Campbell. The trio review the science behind the claims, the confusion about the legality of the product, and how veterinarians can embrace this new pet care trend. This show is sponsored by Vet Naturals, makers of Hemp and Hips. Developed by vets, approved by pets. Learn more at vetnaturals.com. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… CBD In Pets?
Let’s face it, ticks suck! On today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason talk with tick expert, Dr. Kathryn Duncan, about these blood sucking bugs and other disgusting parasites. From Lyme disease, to toxoplasmosis, this show tells you everything you wanted to know and more! EPISODE NOTES: In Other News, Show Us Your Ticks!
Here in the 21st century, we have all grown accustomed to seeing that most common of all creatures. The most common of all dog breeds. The most popular of all companion animals – you guessed it - The social butterfly dog! Our clients dogs have very active social lives. In fact, US pet owners spent more than $6 billion on boarding and grooming services alone in 2017. On today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason talk all about dogs and their very socially active lives and what veterinarians need to do to make sure that they stay safe and healthy. This show is brought to you by Nobivac® vaccines who want to encourage dog owners to pair up Bordetella and dog flu for the best protection for their pets. Learn more at dogflu.com EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… Dogs Need To Social Distance?
On today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason are joined by big data entrepreneur and author of the Creative Curve, Allen Gannett. Allen talks about the mythology around creative genius, and reveals the science and secrets behind achieving breakout commercial success in any field- even veterinary medicine! EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… We Can Be Creative?
In today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason talk to Dr. Quincy Hawley, co-founder of Get MotiVETed, a wellbeing consulting, speaking, and coaching company dedicated to making poor veterinary wellbeing a thing of the past. Dr. Quincy tells all about his life goals and his passion for making the world better for veterinary professionals. Get 50% off when you use the special code, Get Vet Candy at Getmotiveteduniversity.com EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… We Need To Stay Motivated?
On today’s show, expert clinical psychologist, Dr. Maureen Santina, talks to Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason about mental health. From dealing with isolation and stress, to understanding depression and risk factors. Listen in for tools that you can use to live a healthier life. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… We Can Get Stressed Out?
On today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason speak with Dr. Terry Curtis, a veterinary clinical behaviorist with the University of Florida. Dr. Terry talks about common behavioral issues in pets, how to diagnose issues, and treatment. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News.. Dogs Need Therapists Too?
On today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason talk with veterinary ophthalmologist rock star, Dr. D.J. Haeussler. Dr. DJ spills the tea on animal yes, including new advancements in veterinary ophthalmology and when to know that it is time to refer your eye case out. This show is powered by Sentrx Animal Care, makers of Ocunovis Biohance gel eye drops. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… Animals Have Eye Doctors?
Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason talk to Lulu Peddle, an English veterinary nurse who is on a mission to help pets in need across the globe. She’s part of the Worldwide Veterinary Service. For the last 16 years, Worldwide Veterinary Service have been sending vital veterinary aid all around the world. Now, they are using their global network of animal welfare charities to ensure that animals in need receive the care they deserve through the COVID-19 pandemic. They have started a new initiative “Parcels of Hope” – where WVS sources the supplies they need, package them and send these urgent aid parcels wherever requested. Lulu is leading the charge by organizing the donations for shipment. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News, Animals Around The Globe Need Our Help
On today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason are joined by Natalie Decker, a 22 year old NASCAR driver from Wisconsin. Natalie talks racing, her scariest crash, and the love of her life, Cash Monkey, who’s also her co-cover model on Pole Position magazine. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… Girls Can Race in NASCAR?
On today’s show, Dr. Jen speaks with the super hero veterinarians who are protecting our food supply: Dr. Karen Grogan, a clinical associate professor of Avian Medicine and Graduate Coordinator of the University of Georgia’s Poultry Diagnostic and Research Center, Dr. Heather Fowler, the Director, Producer and Public Health at National Pork Board, and Dr. Lisa Becton, the Director of Swine Health Information and Research at National Pork Board. The group talks about current concerns with COVID and other production issues and how veterinarians across the nation are working nonstop to protect our food. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… We Are Super Heroes!
New research suggest that it could take until 2023 for the US economy to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis, according to a new report from consultancy McKinsey & Company. As supply chains around the world are disrupted, the report warns that we haven’t seen the worst of the impact yet. The industries hardest hit by COVID-19 at this point seem to be airlines, travel and insurance, and those, experts predict, may have an even slower recovery. These uncertain times leaves us with some questions about the pet care industry. How can veterinary clinics and pet care service providers survive the new normal? What decisions should veterinary and pet business owners make to protect themselves? On today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason talk with Paul Gazaleh, a Certified Public Accountant who’s also Accredited in Business Valuation about what the future holds for our profession and how we can survive the new normal. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News, We Still Have To Keep Our Business Going?
Veterinary surgeon and media personality, Dr. Courtney Campbell, joins Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason on today’s show to talk all about surgery. Dr. Courtney tells all, from how to choose the right suture to ways to gain confidence with your surgical skills. This show is sponsored by PRN Pharmacal, makers of Polymend and Monomend sutures. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… Can We Be Confident Surgeons?
The global disruption of COVID-19 is changing the way we live and work. While some companies are waiting for the world to get back to normal, some companies are coming up with fresh ideas on how to manage the situation. Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason Chatfield speak with Asher Fink of Scopio Labs, Dr. Kristin Welch of DVM Stat, and Dr. Keith Latson of ZQUARED to learn more about how their companies are coming up with innovative ways to support our profession during the pandemic and beyond. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… We Got This!
On today’s show, hosts Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason Chatfield get educated on the new Family First coronavirus Response Act and CARES act and how they affect the veterinary profession with legal expert, Eric Meyer. They talk about how small businesses can survive the new normal, how employees can keep money coming, paid sick leave, and FMLA rules. EPISODE NOTES: Show Us The Money!
Telemedicine is not new to the medical field, medical professionals have been doing this since the advent of telephones. A recent study showed that 40% of millennials said that a telemedicine option for healthcare was extremely important. Millennials now comprise the largest segment of pet owners in the U.S. As veterinary clinics looked for ways to provide support to their community, many have turned to telemedical consults. The initial hurdle was to overcome state and federal laws requiring and defining a doctor/patient relationship. Although state laws still exist today, in March, the FDA’s announced that they would temporality not enforce requirements in order to allow veterinarians to better utilize telemedicine during the coronavirus pandemic. On today’s show, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason Chatfield speak with Dr. Aaron Smiley, a practicing veterinarian who has become a rock star in the telemedicine field. As the Chief of Staff at Devonshire Veterinary Clinic in Anderson, Indiana and Geist Station Animal Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana - he is an active user of veterinary telehealth with his clients and patients. He is also Chief of Staff Advisor at VetCor. EPISODE NOTES: Telemedicine
The FDA just issued conservative strategies for the need of personal protective equipment, such as surgical masks, surgical and isolation gowns, and surgical suites, may outpace the supply available to healthcare organization during the COVID-19 outbreak. What can veterinarians do to make sure they don't experience a shortage? Guest Dr. Courtney Campbell, board certified veterinary surgeon and recent winner of the Excellence in Journalism Award, talks about conservation strategies for veterinary professionals with our hosts, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason Chatfield. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News... Are We Going To Run Out Of Veterinary Supplies During COVID-19?
Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason are joined by employment attorney, Omar A. Lopez, of the Lopez Firm to discuss how pet care business owners and their employees can deal during the next two weeks. How can small business owners protect their business? How can employees make money when they aren't able to work? What happens when employees get sick? How can veterinarians continue to provide services to their clients? EPISODE NOTES: In Other News, What About Our Jobs During COVID-19?
As the nation monitors the spreading of COVID-19 throughout U.S., Dr. Jenifer and Dr. Jason Chatfield speaks with Cornell University’s corona expert, Dr. Gary Whittaker for expert information. Dr. Whittaker helps us discern between the facts and fiction, including the use of the FIP drug, remdesivir, understanding the significance of the dog that tested positive on PCR, and what it will take to get a vaccine to market. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News, We Need An Update On COVID-19- STAT!
You can’t watch the news these days without hearing about the new coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China. The reports are scary and getting scarier. It is getting very hard to distinguish fact from fiction. On this episode, Dr. Jen and Dr. Jason Chatfield are joined by virologist and coronavirus expert, Dr. Gary Whittaker, from Cornell University who explains all and tells us where we can go for accurate information. EPISODE NOTES: In Other News… Do Vets Need To Worry About The Novel Coronavirus?
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Podcast Details

Created by
PetLifeRadio.com
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Feb 9th, 2019
Latest Episode
Oct 5th, 2020
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
44
Avg. Episode Length
37 minutes
Explicit
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