We have an action packed show this week. We are going to be talking about our favorite gifts to give this year plus we have a huge giveaway from PetSafe, The Avalon Fountain, associated with this segement.
Plus, Carol Bryant from FidoseofReality.com with an update and
Dr. Ellen Lindell from the American Veterinary Medical Association giving us the scoop on the 150th Anniversary of the AVMA.
Join us Dec. 5 at 6:00 PM EST on BlogTalkRadio or listen on our site anytime after the show. You can also download Pets Teach Us So Much on iTunes and Stitcher.
About our guests:
“A dog lover of the highest order,” is how Gayle King introduced Carol Bryant when she and her Cocker Spaniel appeared on Oprah Radio’s Gayle King show to dish dogs. When she isn’t working, writing, or diversifying her dog’s squeaky ball collection, Carol, like many pet bloggers, helps to spread the word about pets in need.
Carol works with BlogPaws pet blogger social media community and conferences and runs her own online magazine style dog blog, Fidose of Reality, in addition to writing for Pet360 and other publications, so she knows a thing or two about dogs.
Dr. Ellen Lindell
From Dr. Lindell’s website:
Dr. Lindell attended and graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. She then received her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. After practicing general medicine and surgery for several years, Dr. Lindell began a residency program in veterinary behavior at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. She successfully fulfilled the requirements for board-certification and is now a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists.
Dr. Lindell is an active member of the College. She currently serves on several committees and is a member of the Board of Regents. Though most of her time is spent practicing behavioral medicine, Dr. Lindell loves to teach. She has spoken to groups of paraprofessionals, breeders, and pet owners and has lectured to veterinarians at many regional and national conferences. Dr. Lindell also serves as a behavior consultant on the Veterinary Information Network, VIN.
In between practicing and lecturing, Dr. Lindell enjoys writing about behavior. For many years, she wrote a popular Q & A column in the Cornell University publication, Catwatch. She has written chapters for several veterinary textbooks as well as public interest books.
When there is time to spare, Dr. Lindell and her dogs participate in dog related sports including agility and obedience. Her non-pet passion: classical piano.
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