More feline emergencies with Dr. Tony, Minister of Happiness
Purr Podcast
by Jolle Kirpensteijn
1M ago
In this gripping episode of our podcast, released on September 12, 2017, we sit down with the esteemed Dr. Tony Johnson, DVM, DACVECC, a master in the nuanced and demanding field of veterinary emergency medicine and critical care. As a board-certified expert since 2003, Dr. Johnson brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the table, discussing the most common and pressing emergencies that afflict our feline friends. Join Dr. Susan and Dr Jolle as they delve into a conversation with Dr. Johnson, who not only shares his expertise but also his passion for animal welfare. Currently serving a ..read more
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Dr. Tony Johnson: From Master of Emergency Medicine to Minister of Happiness - Cats in the ER
Purr Podcast
by Jolle Kirpensteijn
1M ago
Dr. Tony Johnson, a certified maestro in emergency medicine and critical care since 2003, now orchestrates joy as the Minister of Happiness and consultant liaison for VIN. Once a clinical assistant professor at Purdue University's School of Veterinary Medicine, he captivates audiences worldwide through his lectures at international veterinary conferences. With a penchant for prose, Dr. Johnson's pen dances as an active blogger and writer, adding his purr-sonality to this week's acclaimed PurrPodcast, renowned as the feline realm's finest auditory delight ..read more
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Cat genes and cancer with Dr. Leslie Lyon part 2
Purr Podcast
by Jolle Kirpensteijn
1M ago
Meet Dr. Leslie Lyons, your friendly neighborhood cat geneticist, part 2. We delve deeper into the exciting world of cat genes and their role in tumors. Dr. Lyons explores the intricate connection between cancer in cats and their genetic makeup. Get ready to uncover the secrets of feline genetics with Dr. Lyons as your guide ..read more
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Cool cat cancer cases part 2
Purr Podcast
by Jolle Kirpensteijn
1M ago
In a brightly lit zoom session, Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle engage in a focused discussion about recent cat tumor cases. The air is filled with a mix of medical jargon and compassionate concern as they review X-rays and pathology reports. Dr. Susan, known for her meticulous approach, gestures toward the images on the computer screen, explaining the nuances of each case. Meanwhile, Dr. Jolle, renowned for his empathetic communication with pet owners, listens attentively and offers insightful perspectives. Their collaboration reflects a seamless blend of expertise and empathy, highlighting a shared ..read more
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Lymphoma part 2. What is the role of nutrition?
Purr Podcast
by Jolle Kirpensteijn
1M ago
Dr Susan and Dr. Jolle discuss a lecture that they will give at the Hill's Global Symposium 2023. We discuss lymphoma and what are the main things you need to do (and know) to support cats with lymphoma and other tumors ..read more
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Lymphoma is the number one cancer in cats!
Purr Podcast
by Jolle Kirpensteijn
1M ago
This is a purrpodcast LIVE where Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle talk about the most common cancer in cats: malignant lymphoma. This is part one of 2 sessions. We focus on what 4 factors are really important in lymphoma treatment in cats. This podcast will also be available as a video on our patreon account ..read more
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What are the most common cat breeds in North America?
Purr Podcast
by Jolle Kirpensteijn
1M ago
Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle discuss North America's most common cat breeds (US and Canada). Do you know who is number 1? Every cat breed comes with different qualities but also are prone to some genetic abnormalities. It is good to do some background research before you decide to get one of these wonderful breeds ..read more
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Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle are looking for cats in Egypt
Purr Podcast
by Jolle Kirpensteijn
1M ago
With a break from the normal, Dr. Susan and DSr. Jolle made an audio diary of their trip to Egypt. From the depth of the pyramid to the impressive temples of Abu Simbel, they are trying to spot cats. And the result is..... cat mummies ..read more
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What to do with cats with chronic pain?
Purr Podcast
by Jolle Kirpensteijn
1M ago
Duncan and Margaret are back with pretty gruesome statistics, most cats have pain when they reach an older age, and we are not picking up the signals. What should we watch for in these cats, and what can we do about it? Is there a new wonder drug available that could be the solution? This drug has been available in some countries but has just entered the North American market ..read more
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Most of the older cats have chronic joint pain
Purr Podcast
by Jolle Kirpensteijn
1M ago
Dr. Duncan Lascelles, a famous veterinary surgeon and pain expert, and Dr. Margaret Gruen, a veterinary behaviorist, tackle chronic pain together at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. What are the clinical signs of chronic pain in cats? Does their behavior change? Did you realize that 60-90 percent of cats between 6 months and 20 years have symptoms of degenerative joint disease? Of those cats, 45% have pain. 100% of cats older than ten years have signs of DJD ..read more
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