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Ever heard of the dog aging project? Well, even if you haven't yet, you should!  In this episode, Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason Chatfield are joined by Dr. Kate Creevy, the Chief Veterinary Officer for the dog aging project.  "The Dog Aging Project is an innovative research initiative that brings together a community of dogs, owners, veterinarians, researchers, and volunteers to carry out the most ambitious canine health study in the world. The Dog Aging Project team will follow tens of thousands of companion dogs for ten years or more in order to identify the biological, lifestyle, and environmental factors that maximize healthy longevity. We expect to gain insights that will increase our ability to prevent, diagnose, and treat age-related diseases, thereby helping our dogs, and by extension, ourselves, live longer, healthier lives." - From the dog aging project websiteMore on Dr. Creevy: https://vscs.tamu.edu/person/6067/More on the dog aging project: https://dogagingproject.orgTo nominate your dog to join the study: https://redcap.dogagingproject.org/surveys/?s=DYYDHK8HAPV shares her view from vet school at the 13:55 mark and she tells us all about her very first surgery (complete with pics of the cute dog as well!).Show our sponsors some love:FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for dogs, cats and horsesV's View is brought to you by the AVMA Trust - Veterinarian inspired coverage protecting you through it allSUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @ChatfieldShowShare this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
It's time to get dangerous! Just kidding!  The Chat Room is safe from toxins!  All joking aside, Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason Chatfield are joined by Dr. Renee Schmid from the Pet Poison Helpline and Safety Call International to chat about the top 10 toxins in pets in 2021.  Does CBD make the list? What about antifreeze?  You'll have to listen to find out!  The trio also discuss what to do if you think your pet has ingested or been exposed to a potential toxin.Share this episode with a friend!Check out the Pet Poison Helpline and Safety Call International: https://www.petpoisonhelpline.comMore on Dr. Schmid:  https://www.petpoisonhelpline.com/about/staff/renee-schmid-dvm/V shares her view from vet school at the 8:10 mark!Check her out at  and hear her take on human behavior and vet students!This episode is certified to provide 1 hr of PACCC CEU’s!  The unique code will be delivered during the episode, so listen up! Don’t know what PACCC is? And why would they be involved in CEU’s?  Pet lovers can get more information at www.paccert.orgShow our sponsors some love:FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for dogs, cats and horsesV's View is brought to you by the AVMA Trust - Veterinarian inspired coverage protecting you through it allSUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @ChatfieldShowShare this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Ever wonder what it's like to take your pet to the vet in a different country?  Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason are joined in the Chat Room by Dr. Jason's vet school classmate, Dr. Anders Kulhavy.  Dr. Kulhavy has been practicing in Hong Kong for the last 12 years and has had some interesting experiences!  Hear how culture influences the pet-client-vet relationship in this episode!V shares her view from vet school and it's all about externships!Check her out at 10:20 and hear what an externship really is and if they truly are necessary for vet students.More about Dr. Kulhavy:  Dr. Kulhavy graduated from Texas A&M University in 2004 and has spent 16 years practicing emergency and critical care medicine. In 2013 he developed an interest in ultrasound use in the ER and has presented 2 research posters at IVECCS on the topic of lung ultrasound. In 2017 he took on further training and shifted his career focus to performing referral ultrasound and echocardiogram exams in both mobile and ICU settings. He passed his ANZCVS membership exam in emergency and critical care in 2019 and joined Easonography in 2022 as a full-time ultrasonographer. He has a passion for ultrasound and loves to teach others how to incorporate this important tool into their practice.Show our sponsors some love:FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for dogs, cats and horsesV's View is brought to you by the AVMA Trust - Veterinarian inspired coverage protecting you through it allSUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @ChatfieldShowShare this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Every restaurant in the universe is now dog-friendly, it seems!  But, is that okay?  Should all dogs go out to eat?  Is it safe for your dog to go out to eat with you? What should you even consider before making the decision to load that dog up and get your grub on?!  Luckily, world-renowned dog trainer Kathy Santo sits down in the Chat Room with Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason to talk all about taking your dog out to eat... or not!Find out more about Kathy and how to get her books (!) at her website:https://kathysantodogtraining.comThis episode is certified to provide 1 hr of PACCC CEU’s!  The unique code will be delivered during the episode, so listen up! Don’t know what PACCC is? And why would they be involved in CEU’s?  Pet lovers can get more information at www.paccert.orgShow our sponsors some love:FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats!Merck Animal Health - the science of healthier animalsSUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @ChatfieldShowShare this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason Chatfield took "Chats with the Chatfields" on the road - LIVE!  As the keynote speakers at the 2022 annual conference of the International Boarding and Pet Services Association (IBPSA), our fearless twin docs were joined on stage by Cosette the farm fresh Frenchie.  In this uplifting and inspirational keynote address, not only do the Chatfields invite the more than 250 live attendees into the Chat Room, they share their unique take on culture in the office and dynamics of human interactions as reflected by the diversity demonstrated in the animal kingdom at large!  Do you work with an "orangutan?" A sea gull...or two?  Perhaps your Chief of Operations is a border collie?  Listen in to hear this optimistic take on the benefits of  a diverse team...You can also check out the full video of the address on the Chatfield Show Youtube channel - and see all of Cosette's on-stage antics!Share this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Following story after story about the veterinary profession after COVID, frustrated clients, depressed veterinarians, and everything in between, Dr. Jen the vet came across a TED Talk video that made a lightbulb go off in her head.  She immediately called Dr. Jason and they chatted about thoughts inspired by the video resulting in three basic rules (guidelines) to help everyone on the animal care team to work together to take care of the pets we all love!Here's the Ted talk that inspired this Chat: https://www.ted.com/talks/melanie_bowden_dvm_what_being_a_veterinarian_really_takes/transcript?language=enShow our sponsors some love:FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats! AVMA Trust - Veterinarian inspired coverage protecting you through it all!SUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @ChatfieldShowShare this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Eerry dog and cat has EARS!  But, not every dog and cat struggles with otitis externa (fancy word for ear infections!)...why? How come?  AND what can pet lovers do to prevent them? Treat them?  Your favorite veterinary dermatologist, Dr. Millie Rosales, joins Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason in the Chat Room to share pearls of wisdom for pet owners about some of the why's and wherefore's about ears!BTW - Cosette the farm fresh Frenchie makes an appearance!For more info on Dr. Rosales and her practice: Miami Veterinary Dermatology https://miamivetderm.comThis episode is certified to provide 1 hr of PACCC CEU’s!  The unique code will be delivered during the episode, so listen up! Don’t know what PACCC is? And why would they be involved in CEU’s?  Pet lovers can get more information at www.paccert.orgShow our sponsors some love:FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats!Merck Animal Health - the science of healthier animalsSUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @ChatfieldShowShare this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Dog parks are where all the cool kids and their pups go, right? RIGHT?! Yes, socializing your pooch is important and helps them to live an enriched life...BUT how can pet lovers do that safely?  Is the dog park like Vegas?  No!  What happens at the dog park, does not necessarily stay at the dog park - yikes!  Take heart, pet lovers!  Veterinary Internist, Dr. Dawn Martin sits down in the Chat Room to talk all about how to safely help your pup enjoy the dog park!  Join Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason as they break it all down...For more info on Dr. Martin and her practice, Clearwater Animal Referral and Emergency (CARE): https://www.clearwateranimaler.comThis episode is certified to provide 1 hr of PACCC CEU’s!  The unique code will be delivered during the episode, so listen up! Don’t know what PACCC is? And why would they be involved in CEU’s?  Pet lovers can get more information at www.paccert.orgShow our sponsors some love:FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats!Merck Animal Health - the science of healthier animalsSUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @ChatfieldShowShare this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Obesity is a HUGE problem for pets (see what we did there?!)!The incredible Dr. Adam Christman, Chief Veterinary Officer for DVM360, social media celebrity, and self-admitted gym rat, enters the Chat Room to talk all about ways for you to help keep your pet in shape!  Join Dr. Jen the vet, Dr. Jason, and Dr. Christman as they discuss pet fitness, weird musical lyrics, and more!This episode is certified to provide 1 hr of PACCC CEU’s!  The unique code will be delivered during the episode, so listen up! Don’t know what PACCC is? And why would they be involved in CEU’s?  Pet lovers can get more information at www.paccert.orgShow our sponsors some love:FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats!Merck Animal Health - the science of healthier animalsV's View is brought to you by the AVMA Trust - Veterinarian inspired coverage protecting you through it all!SUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @ChatfieldShowShare this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
A diagnosis of diabetes is one of the scariest things a pet owner can hear from the vet, yet it is all too common!  Fortunately, diabetes in dogs and cats is manageable with diet control and insulin therapy.  Porcine insulin is the top choice for insulin therapy and Vetsulin is the only FDA-approved product for management in dogs and cats.  Dr. Richard Stone, a veterinary internal medicine specialist serving as the current VP of medicine for  BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Animal Hospitals, joins Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason to chat all about diabetes in pets.  From clinical signs to treatment to managing snacks, the conversation covers everything a pet owner needs to know about their diabetic pet!V's view is all about lying and cheating…and found at the 12:20 mark!  Helpful links about diabetes in pets:From the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA): https://www.avma.org/resources/pet-owners/petcare/diabetes-petsFrom Merck Animal Health, the makers of Vetsulin: https://www.vetsulin.com/dogs/tools-resources/downloads.aspxMore on the SureFeed microchip pet feeder: https://www.surepetcare.com/en-us/pet-feeder/microchip-pet-feeder-connectFor more info on Dr. Stone: https://bluepearlvet.com/our-leadership-team/This episode is certified to provide 1 hr of PACCC CEU’s!  The unique code will be delivered during the episode, so listen up! Don’t know what PACCC is? And why would they be involved in CEU’s?  Pet lovers can get more information at www.paccert.orgShow our sponsors some love:FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats!Merck Animal Health - the science of healthier animalsV's View is brought to you by the AVMA Trust - Veterinarian inspired coverage protecting you through it all!SUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @ChatfieldShowShare this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Our fearless hosts grew up road-tripping every school holiday with the entire family...and a trailer...and maybe a dog...and a bird or five...and maybe some other non-traditional creatures, so who better to talk abut how to safely travel with your pets than Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason?!Listen in for tips on planning your trip, infectious disease considerations, and how to determine if your pet is truly your jet-setting soulmate!SUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @Chatfield_ShowThanks to our sponsors:FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats!Merck Animal Health - the science of healthier animalsShare this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Has your dog or cat ever needed a transfusion?  Did you even know that was possible?!  Well, it is!  Dr. Richard Stone, a board-certified internist and VP of Medicine for BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Animal Hospitals, enters the Chat Room to talk all about blood transfusions in pets.  Dr. Jen the vet, Dr. Jason and Dr. Stone talk about why a pet might need a transfusion, some of the risks, and where all that blood comes from.  Here's a link to Dr. Jen the vet's recent article on veterinary blood banks in Pet Vet Magazine:  https://www.petvetmagazine.com/take-it-to-the-bank-the-advancement-of-veterinary-blood-transfusions/For more info on Dr. Stone: https://bluepearlvet.com/our-leadership-team/There's also a bit of V's View from Vet School tucked into this episode at the 11:30 mark! What is VMCAS and what does it have to do with applying to vet school?  V's got a view on that!For more information on applying to vet school via VMCAS: https://www.aavmc.org/becoming-a-veterinarian/how-to-apply/SUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @Chatfield_ShowThanks to our sponsor, FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats!V's View is brought to you by the AVMA Trust - Veterinarian inspired coverage protecting you through it all!Share this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Do you have a catio at your house?  You may have a dadio, but if you have a cat you need a catio!  Is your cat bored?  Could your cat be happier?  Join Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason as they host Dr. Margie Scherk and turn the Chat room into Le chat room to talk all things feline!Dr. Margie Scherk is a feline medicine specialist practicing in Toronto. She opened Cats Only Veterinary Clinic in Vancouver (the FIRST cat only practice in Canada!) and practiced there until 2008, publishing several clinical trials during that time. She has written a number of book chapters, is an active international speaker and enjoys teaching online courses. Dr. Scherk has served extensively in the American Association of Feline Practitioners, as well as other veterinary organizations. Her interests include all things feline, especially the study of analgesia, peculiarities of the digestive system and enabling positive interactions with cats.SUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @Chatfield_ShowThanks to our sponsor, FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats!Share this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
These days almost everyone feels like an expert on vaccines...but are you?!  Do you know the  "puppy shot" schedule?  What about kittens?  Do senior dogs, 7 yrs old and up, REALLY need vaccines EVERY year?  And, what about titers, don't those count for something?  Does your vet give your dog a vaccine that goes "up the nose?"Luckily, Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason know a vaccine expert!  Dr. Amy Stone enters the Chat Room to talk all about "vaccine-ology" and YOUR pets!  Dr. Stone is another smartypants - not only is she a veterinarian  - she also has a PhD in immunology!  Currently, Dr. Stone is the Primary Care and Dentistry Service Chief at the University of Florida's College of Veterinary Medicine.  Find out more about Dr. Stone here: https://www.vetmed.ufl.edu/profile/stone-amy/SUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @Chatfield_ShowThanks to our sponsor, FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats!Share this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Calling all horse lovers!!Equine protozoal myelitis (EPM) is a mystery to many in the horse industry - but not to Dr. Rob Franklin!  Dr. Franklin is a board-certified equine internal medicine specialist and has worked with the world's foremost experts on EPM.  Thank goodness he joins Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason Chatfield in the Chat Room to talk all about EPM: the cause, what it looks like in your horse, and what you can do to prevent it!  Don't worry companion animal friends - Dr. Jen brings in how this is similar to Toxoplasma gondii  (the causative agent of Toxoplasmosis), so there is something in it for everyone!There's also a bit of V's View from Vet School tucked into this episode at the 12:35 mark! Should you take a break?!  V's got a view on that!Want more EPM?  Dr. Franklin suggests checking this out: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/jvim.13834Want to know more about Dr. Franklin?  Check him out here: https://www.fredequine.com/dr-franklin SUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @Chatfield_ShowThanks to our sponsor, FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats!V's View is brought to you by the AVMA Trust - Veterinarian inspired coverage protecting you through it all!Share this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
CBD? THC? Terpenes? WHAT?! Are all these the same?  What even are they?  Did you know there are even different kinds of CBD?  Like CBDA? Yup!  How much is safe for dogs? Cats?  Does CBD even help pets?  Is any of it safe and how do pet owners know what products are safe for their pets?Luckily, Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason know a guy...who knows about CBD and pets!  Dr. Joe Wakshlag enters the Chat Room to talk all about CBD and YOUR pets!  Dr. Wakshlag is another smartypants - he is a veterinarian board certified in BOTH veterinary nutrition and sports and rehab medicine.  He currently serves as the Nutrition Section Chief and a Professor of Clinical Nutrition and Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine. For more about Dr. Wakshlag: https://www.vet.cornell.edu/research/faculty/joseph-j-wakshlag-dvm-phdThere's also a bit of V's View from Vet School tucked into this episode at the 11:12 mark!  V's plays "Two Truths and a Lie" with us!SUBSCRIBE to our show on Youtube or on our website: https://chatfieldshow.comFollow us on instagram @Chatfield_ShowThanks to our sponsor, FullBucket Veterinary Strength Supplements - the leader in digestive health for horses, dogs, and cats! V's View is brought to you by the AVMA Trust - Veterinarian inspired coverage protecting you through it all!Share this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Everyone agrees that 2021 has been a year of...well, a year!  Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason Chatfield get together to discuss their favorite animal stories from 2021.  From Bruce Wayne's adventures to a bright orange bat to Brood X, they count them down!  Join them for some feel good and funny news stories to brighten your day and the holiday season.Follow us on Instagram! @Chatfield_ShowThis episode is sponsored by FullBucket veterinary strength supplements.  Use promo code, "Chatfields," to get 20% off your entire first order!Links to the stories mentioned in the episode:Bruce Wayne's adventures: https://www.12news.com/article/news/local/valley/what-happens-when-tortoise-traps-dog-underground-one-scottsdale-woman-has-answer/75-3393c4e3-bcf2-4239-83c1-6e1b12d93010Camels: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/dec/08/camels-enhanced-with-botox-barred-from-saudi-beauty-contestNew species discovered in 2021: https://www.discovermagazine.com/planet-earth/7-new-animals-discovered-in-2021-so-farZombie frog: https://www.discoverwildlife.com/news/new-species-in-2021/Brood X: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/brood-x-cicadas-are-emerging-at-last1/ Share this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Does your dog itch...and itch...and itch?!  Well, you and your pup are not alone!  Itching is one of the most common reasons that pet owners seek veterinary care.  In this episode, Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason Chatfield are joined in the Chat Room by Dr. Millie Rosales, a board-certified veterinary dermatologist (and a HUGE Walking Dead fan).  Listen as they talk all about common reasons for your pet to itch.We also get an installment of V's view from vet school in this episode!  You can skip to V - she's at 14:35Check out more about Dr. Rosales at her practice, Miami Veterinary Dermatology, or on social media!  Follow her on TikTok or Instagram @gotitchypet.This episode is sponsored by FullBucket veterinary strength supplements.  Use promo code, "Chatfields," to get 20% off your entire first order!Share this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Does an iguana really need a special light? Is it UVA or UVB light that geckos need?  Should you "gut-load" crickets before feeding them to your lizard?  Does the mouse or rat really need to be fed LIVE to a snake, like a ball python?  Listen in while Dr. Joerg Mayer sits down in the Chat Room to answer all these questions and more alongside Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason Chatfield.This episode is sponsored by FullBucket veterinary strength supplements.  Use promo code, "Chatfields," to get 20% off your entire first order!Share this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
Oy!  There has been so much information and mis-information in the press these days about HORSE DEWORMER, ivermectin, and COVID-19, that Dr. Jen the vet and Dr. Jason had to weigh-in as veterinarians!Join our fearless, candid and educated co-hosts as they discuss the universe of drugs and the bugs they treat in dogs, cats, horses, cows, honey bees (?), and, yes, even people.Jump to a hilarious installment of V's View from Vet School at the 16:50 mark and hear how her journey to becoming Dr. V is progressing.This episode is sponsored by FullBucket Veterinary Strength supplements.  Use code "Chatfields" to receive 20% off your first order at Fullbuckethealth.comV's View is sponsored by the AVMA Trust providing, "veterinarian inspired coverage, protecting you through it all!"  Find out more at: avmalife.orgShare this episode with a friend who needs to hear it...or might be interested in the topic...or just to make their day brighter! :)
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