Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital: Your Animal Questions!

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Oct 242011
 

Today Dr. Tripp Stewart answers your questions! Feel free to ask him questions right here on Cvillepodcast.com or go their facebook page and like  Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital!

Make sure to go to their blog and website as well:

Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

Aug 292011
 

In this installment of Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital, Dr. Tripp Stewart discusses in the cost of going to Vet and what you need to know when you make your visit. Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

Aug 012011
 

In this installment of Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital, Dr. Tripp Stewart discusses in detail how heartworm disease spreads and affects dogs, cats and ferrets. He argues that prevention is the key to avoiding expensive treatment.

(Picture of a heartworm (”Dirofilaria immitis”) microfilaria taken through a microscope at 40x. Taken by Joel Mills on April 21, 2005)

Charlottesville Right Now: 3-22-10 David Kirby

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Mar 222010
 

David Kirby, author of Animal Factory: The Looming Threat of Industrial Pig, Dairy, and Poultry Farms to Humans and the Environment
joined Coy to discuss his book.


Charlottesville—Right Now! with Coy Barefoot: Suzanne Kogut

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Dec 142009
 

Suzanne Kogut, Executive Director of the Charlottesville Albemarle SPCA joined Charlottesville Right Now to discuss the SPCA.

Jun 092008
 

On this week’s edition of the Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call, three board members of the Almost Home Pet Adoption Center, join Rick in the studio to talk about No-Kill animal shelters. Bette Grahame, Sarah Landon, and Tedi Wright discuss topics such as spay and neutering, volunteering at the shelter, and how else individuals can help. What are the ethics surrounding euthanasia? What are the alternatives? How should you protect your animals from the recent heat wave? Find out the answers to all these questions, only on the Wake-Up Call. Callers also chime in with their questions and comments.