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More people are having trouble feeding families than in decades...that includes people who truly can barely afford to feed their animals. Banfield Charitable Trust is doing something about that with a pet food campaign called Season of Suppers. Diane McGill, executive director and CEO of explains how easy it is for you to make a difference, with a donation or even a click on Facebook's Banfield Charitable Trust page- and 'like it.'
John O'Hurley stars on Broadway in Chicago, played J. Peterman on Seinfeld, was the first season winner on Dancing with the Stars, and he announces dog shows on TV -- including the Thanksgiving Day National Dog Show presented by Purina.
Andrea Arden, host of Animal Planet's Underdog to Wonderdog, is a frequent guest on the Today Show; if those accolades aren't enough -- she's now authored a bible, "Barron's Dog Training Bible." Rarely do I get to speak with the author of a bible.
Vaccines have become nearly as controversial in medicine for pets as they've become for children. Dr. Link Welborn, chair of the American Animal Hospital Association Task Force which just revised canine vaccines recommendations, explains what's new and we also talked about some misconceptions that people have concerning vaccines for dogs. Also, if you're interested in vaccines - check out the 2011 Canine Vaccine Guidelines yourself; they're free to download.
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