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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
 

Bonding with your cat by licking it.


Introducing the Lickibrush…OMG! 
Have you ever wanted to lick your cat? We all know grooming has incredible bonding effects. Tara O’Mara and her hubby Jason invented an over-sized tongue shaped brush that humans may put in their mouth and then groom their kitties, just like their mom. They’ve almost raised the $36,000 in a Lickstarter…. we mean Kickstarter campaign. See the brush in action.

Stopping Cancer Early 
Animal Radio’s Pet World Insider Robert Semrow lost two of his furry-companions to cancer. He may have been able to avoid the disease if he had caught it at an earlier stage. Today, he will be sharing tips that could help you tackle cancer before it becomes a menace.

Summer Swimming 
Our dogs love the water! Summertime usually means lots of chances to go swimming in the ocean, lakes and swimming pools. But each one has inherent risks, especially lakes. DogfatherJoey Villani will tell you what you need to know before your dog takes the dive.

Meet Justin Beaver 
Brigette Brouillard lives in Kentucky where she rescues and rehabs wild animals. At any moment you could see an opossum scurrying through the house or ‘Justin Beaver’ building a dam out of toys and household furniture. One of her two human children are on-board, even following in her footsteps. The other wants nothing to do with mom’s hobby. Brigette tells her story like any proud rodent mama would!

Spay/Neuter Timeline – Jury Still Out 
Lori Brooks reports on a new study published in the journal Veterinary Medicine and Science finds that neutering or spaying German Shepherds before one-year of age triples the risk of one or more joint disorders, particularly for cranial cruciate ligament, or CCL, tears. Another study revealed a four times greater increase for joint disease is also true for Golden Retrievers spayed or neutered before one year old, and a two-times increase for Labs.

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