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Dr. Levitan In the News- she is an experienced media veterinarian and loves to educate the public!

Watch Diane with Lisa Oz and Sonia Baghdady on Veria Living Companion. Dr. Levitan was the expert vet on the show today! Shot live. What a great time I had with a fantastic crew at Veria Living Companion. Check them out- great station.

http://www.veria.com/video/lisa-oz-gets-pet-advice/

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http://www.veria.com/video/daphne-oz-surprises-her-mom/

2 of several segments! I hope they ask me back!!!!
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Epilepsy, Seizures & Episodes, Oh My!

Dr. Jason Berg on Pet Life Radio ........

..Dr. Jason Berg ............................

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Today we are discussing a very scary problem for pet owners.  Have you ever seen a person faint, have a stroke or have an epileptic fit?  Have you ever seen that in a pet?  Did you know that pets, like humans, can suffer from seizures from a number of different causes?  They can even have epilepsy. I doubt anyone listening every thought their pet would have a seizure- it is not something we are generally prepared for. Hopefully after listening to this episode you will have a much better understanding of seizures in our pets.  What are they, why they occur and what we can do about them.    Our special guest and expert today is Dr. Jason Berg, a board certified veterinary internal medicine specialist and veterinary neurologist who will help us understand the conditions associated with seizures. Seizure/Episode Log

Questions or comments? Email Dr. Levitan at: thepetdoctor@petliferadio.com.



 

Pain in our Pets: The Most Misdiagnosed Problem in Veterinary Medicine – Part One: How to Recognize It.

Dr. Robin Downing  on Pet Life Radio ..........

...Dr. Robin Downing



 

 

I believe PAIN is the most under diagnosed problem in veterinary medicine today and I know that your pets will all benefit from this incredibly serious discussion about PAIN in our pets.  

I don’t have to tell listeners how hard it is to detect discomfort in our pets. Since we love them so much and are well attuned to their behaviors - after listening to this, everyone will feel much better about how to detect pain/discomfort in our pets- both dogs and cats. Our guest for this series, Dr Robin Downing, is quite an accomplished veterinarian.  Dr. Downing has dedicated herself and her career to helping recognize and treat pain in animals.  She is certified in 7 areas of specialized practice relating to pain and is a Diplomate, American Academy of Pain Management.  Because this is such an huge and important topic… we will concentrate wholly on how to recognize pain in our pets in this part one of our series, and in part two of this series will discuss pain management. Now we recognize it, what can we do about it?  We are so happy you are listening and hope to raise awareness of discomfort in our pets!

 

Pain in our Pets: The Most Misdiagnosed Problem in Veterinary Medicine – Part Two: What We Can Do About It!

Dr. Robin Downing  on Pet Life Radio ..........

...Dr. Robin Downing



 

 

I believe PAIN is the most under diagnosed problem in veterinary medicine today and I know that your pets will all benefit from this incredibly serious discussion about PAIN in our pets.  

In our last episode, we taught listeners how to recognize pain in their pets. In this episode, we concentrate on different methods to address and treat pain from natural to medication and other types of manipulation Our guest for this series, Dr Robin Downing, is quite an accomplished veterinarian.  Dr. Downing has dedicated herself and her career to helping recognize and treat pain in animals.  She is certified in 7 areas of specialized practice relating to pain and is a Diplomate, American Academy of Pain Management.  Because this is such an huge and important topic… we concentrates wholly on how to recognize pain in our pets in part one of our series, and in this, part two of this series, we discuss pain management in detail. Now we recognize it, what can we do about it?  We are thrilled to educate about this most underserved important topic for our pets!

 

Questions or comments? Email Dr. Levitan at: thepetdoctor@petliferadio.com.


 
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