I think this may actually be worth getting up for. Steve Dale's Pet World, on AM 890-WLS (or www.wlsam.com) Saturday (March 27), about 9 p.m (post basketball), a bevvy of guests: Lots of questions from you about the EPA expressing concerns about fea and tick products.
Should we use these products? Is there a safety concern? Dr. Michael Paul, executive director of the Companion Animal Parasite Council addresses these issues.
Tracing human's fascination with animals for over 40,000 years (well, she's not personally that old), biological anthropologist Barbara King is the author of "Being with Animals: Why We Are Obsessed with the Furry, Scaly, Feathered Creatures Who Populate Our World."
Pet loss is tough to deal with - but you're most certainly not alone. Sid Korpi wrote, "Good Grief." According to her book, grief can be production - and she'll tell us how.
Also, pet photographer Jesse Freidin explains (or will try to explain), the Doggy Gaga project, dressing dogs like Lady Gaga. Check out my Gaga blog post - hard to keep a poker face looking at these images.
I promise you, listening will be fun and interesting, or your money back.
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