Animal Radio

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Since 2001, Animal Radio® has been America’s “most-listened-to” pet talk according to Nielsen data. Over a 350,000 pet-lovers tune-in weekly on 134 AM-FM radio stations and eight digital channels including iHeart Radio, iTunes, Spotify, TuneIn and the Animal Radio App for iPhone/Android. The Animal Radio family of hosts includes Hal Abrams, Judy Francis, Veterinarian Dr. Debbie White, News Director Lori Brooks, Groomer Joey Villani and frequent celebrity, expert and lifestyle guest-hosts. Through education and awareness, together we’re helping animals live healthy, happier lives. Visit Animal Radio at AnimalRadio.com
 

Putting an end to pet piercing and tattoos.

Pet-Friendly Housing 
Standard Pacific Homes knows the 60-Billion-dollar pet industry has a place for homebuilding. 27 of their developments now include pet accouterments including a pet-spa and TV exclusively for Fido. Standard Pacific’s Danielle Tocco explains what they’re doing to cater to pet owners.

Heartworm Medication Causes Deaths 
There are more worries about the dog heartworm medication Trifexis. So far, 965 complaints about dogs dying after taking Trifexis have been filed with the FSA over the last three and a half years. The drug’s maker, Elanco, says it’s sold 70-million doses and has found no link between the pill and any dog deaths.

Pet Oxygen Masks 
Does one size fit all? The Animal Radio Hero Person, Debra Jo Chiapuzio helps supply fire departments with life-saving oxygen masks for dogs and cats. She loves her job and has a great passion to teach others pet-first-aid.

No More Pet Piercing 
Assemblyman Carmela Garcia (Dem. N.J.) has written legislation that would outlaw piercings and tattoos on cats and dogs. Inspired by a lady that pierced her “gothic kittens,” Garcia feels this ban would stop a burgeoning fad.

Moving With Pets Can Be Pricey! 
Apartments.com did the math in its Pet-Friendly Renting Trends Survey. It found that close to 80% of renters had to pay a deposit to have a pet and it was more than $200 per year in more than half the cases. About 64% of the people asked said they had a hard time finding an apartment that allowed pets even with a deposit. 


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