Pets Teach Us So Much Radio, 164 with Robbin and Joseph Everett

Another fabulous pet related radio show from the King and Queen of all pet related media, Joseph and Robbin Everett.

Amy and Rod Burkett of pictured with Ty and Buster

Amy and Rod Burkett of pictured with Ty and Buster

Amy Burkert talks about her travel site for people with pets,

Plus we talk about everything pet related. Always fun and entertaining.

Your comments are always welcome.  Let us know what you think.

Pets Teach Us So Much Radio, 110, Love, Sex and Pets

Find the perfect pet loving mate. (Photo:

Love, Sex and Pets. Find the perfect pet loving mate. (Photo:

The most popular pet podcast breaks new ground with a segment you have been asking for…

Time for some honest talk about love, sex and pets.  How do you get and maintain relationships that matter to you and your fur family.  This is a fun show with lots of frank discussion.

Plus, Dr. Liz Hanson talks about pet safety at Halloween.

Dr. Liz Hanson

Dr. Liz Hanson

Tune in live on Thursday, October, 10 at 6:00 PM EST or download anytime through BlogTalkRadio, our site or iTunes.

About Dr. Liz:

Dr. Liz Hanson was born and raised in Southern California. After completing a B.S. degree at the University of California at Davis, she attended Colorado State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation in 1995, she moved back to Southern California and has enjoyed practicing small animal veterinary medicine in Orange County ever since. Her areas of interest include internal medicine, dermatology, soft tissue surgery, and wellness programs. The bond that is shared between a pet and its owner is what inspired Dr. Hanson to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. “One of the best parts of my job is not only when a patient is cured, but also when I see the joy an owner has when their pet is back to health!” Dr. Hanson has two miniature long-haired Dachshunds, “Peanut” and “Butter”, two leopard geckos, African cichlids, and a cat named “Martini.” When Dr. Hanson is not practicing Veterinary Medicine she and her husband enjoy watching their four sons compete in swimming and golf. She also loves to cook, read, and most of all, travel.

Recently, Dr. Hanson became a national veterinarian spokesperson for Idaho-based company VetIQ’s prescription and over-the-counter products for dogs and cats. Dr. Hanson is an outspoken advocate for the need to provide the average consumer with the best quality products for their pets at affordable prices. Dr. Hanson’s first national television commercial is now airing throughout the United States on behalf of Vet IQ’s Vet Guard Plus’ vet-grade flea and tick protection that costs a fraction of the price of other similar protective products. In addition, Dr. Hanson has contributed to insightful articles with the Associated Press (  and the upcoming Nov issue of Family Circle Magazine.  Dr. Hanson was also featured on a segment of “Real Money” on ABC Television’s “World News Tonight with Diane Sawyer”. You may see it online on ABC Real Money here.

Our Pet Radio Show this week-Pets Teach Us So Much 66, Are Pets Furry People?!

Prudence, I love your dress! Thank you Mittens! Splendid tea!

Prudence, I love your dress! Thank you Mittens! Splendid tea!

Do we expect too much from our pets?  Do you consider your pet a little furry person?  Let’s explore the reality and separate fact from fiction, all while having some fun.

Sara Henderson and her dog, Chance

Sara Henderson and her dog, Chance


Plus we learn more about helping pets in need with Bogo Bowl from founder, Sara Henderson!

As usual…

Of course we always have the latest healthy pet news, celeb gossip and fantastic pet scoop from around the world!

Join us Thursday, October 4 at 6:30 PM EST on to jump into the chat room or download anytime!

About Sara Henderson:

Prior to starting BOGO Bowl, Sara founded and managed a non-profit to help Iowa animals stay in their homes and out of shelters. For money, she’s been a corporate writer, worked in legal support, business management, investment banking, construction, real estate development and sales. An LA native, she moved to Des Moines in the late 90s on purpose and of her own volition. Since then she’s wiped most of the items off her bucket list, and is now in the process of building and completing a new bucket list. Her number one priority is taking “food” out of the budgets of organizations helping animals. Other list items include experiencing the world, buying cute shoes she will probably never have time to wear, and discovering lots of lovely wine. She shares her historic home with a 13 year old lab/chow/Rottweiler named Lady, a special 4 year old pit bull/boxer named Chance, blind cats Magoo and Bibi, and occasional fosters.

Pets Teach Us So Much Radio Show Live from the Amazon












Molly Mednikow, Director and Founder of Amazon Cares

Molly Mednikow, Director and Founder of Amazon Cares




We have Woofy wonderful Great Guests today including Molly Mednikow, Director and Founder of Amazon Cares calling in live from Peru with an update on the state of cats and dogs in the Amazon.  Plus, Yvonne DiVita keep us up to date with BlogPaws happenings in our Countdown to BlogPaws segment.

Don’t forget more fabu going’s on…Enemy of the Pet State,  Bronx Zoo Cobra caught and lost and caught, Doggie Easter Egg Hunt, Animal Health Update, the weird and wonderful plus hilarity and mayhem.

Join us Thursday, March 31 at 6:30 PM EST CLICK HERE  TO LISTEN live or listen on demand or download through iTunes.  Jump in the chat room and be heard!  We read lots of comments during the show.  It’s like you are in the studio with Robbin and Joe! Woofy Woo!

About Amazon Cares:  Amazon Community Animal Rescue, Education & Safety (CARES) seeks better health and living conditions for ALL living beings of the Peruvian Amazon region. This includes appropriate care, respect, and protection from cruelty and neglect.

The world is focused on the important global and environmental issues facing the Amazon Rain forest region.  Naturalists, biologists, environmentalists and wandering souls visit Iquitos in droves.  Sadly, this region had NO programs in place for DOMESTIC animal welfare.

This is the reason that Amazon Community Animal Rescue, Education and Safety (CARES) was founded in 2004.  Citizens with a desire to protect countless stray animals stepped in to create programs that the government did not provide.  Since 2005, this charity has made amazing progress in the promotion of animal and public health.

All donations are tax deductible.