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Christie Shaver Sign in to ask Christie a Question ››
Christie
Christie Shaver, is a licensed pet nutrition expert and is the founder of The Healthy Pet Gourmet visit her at www.thpg.com

Below is the story of Christie’s journey in becoming a successful pet healer:

When my dog, Goldie, became ill at 11, I knew that if I didn’t act quickly, my vet planned to euthanize him. He was very sick, but I couldn’t let him go. I knew it wasn’t his time. For the next 4 days I wouldn’t leave his side – I massaged and hugged him, kissed ...
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Andrea Arden Sign in to ask Andrea a Question ››
Andrea
Andrea Arden has written five books including Dog Friendly Dog Training (IDG, 2000), Train Your Dog the Lazy Way (Macmillan, 1999), and The Little Book of Dog Tricks (IDG, 2002).

She has also been the behavior columnist for Dog Fancy and The New York Dog magazines as well as a contributing writer for the AKC Gazette, and numerous other publications.

Andrea was the on air trainer for The Pet Department, FX’s Emmy award winning daily show and has appeared ...
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Christine Agro Sign in to ask Christine a Question ››
Christine
Christine works with all animals. Her role is to act as a voice and advocate for your animal and provide support and guidance for you. Christine combines her clairvoyance and her natural healing background to address all aspects of your animal’s health, wellness and Spiritual needs. She offers insight into diet/nutrition, health, wellness, emotional support, behavioral needs and Spiritual growth.

Christine is the pioneer of the Conscious Animal Connection and during readings, she ...
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Brent Hinton Sign in to ask Brent a Question ››
Brent
Brent Hinton
PetFirst Healthcare
Co-Founder and CEO

Brent Hinton's mission as co-founder and chief executive officer of PetFirst Healthcare is to help pet owners have access to the healthcare their pets need by simplifying the pet insurance process.

For 17 years, Hinton served as an executive for various non-profit organizations. He also is an expert in animal adoption and welfare, having served as director of the Kentucky Humane Society for eight years.

Hinton's ...
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Carole Wilbourn Sign in to ask Carole a Question ››
Carole
A cat therapist forever, Carole Wilbourn is The Cat Therapist. She’s published 6 books on cat psychotherapy and logged more than 100,000 miles making house calls to patients throughout the world. She’s been hailed as “the founding mother of cat psychology”, she co-founded The Cat Practice, the first veterinary hospital in New York City exclusively devoted to cat care in 1973.

Over the years, Carole has consulted with veterinarians to devise treatment programs for cats with psychological ...
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Jorge Bendersky Sign in to ask Jorge a Question ››
Jorge
Born in Buenos Aires, Jorge Bendersky became interested in the sport of dog breeding and showing at a very early age. Growing up on his family's hacienda in Argentina, he inherited the tradition of caring for the animals on the ranch. Jorge also learned to manage all the myriad aspects of ranch life including its facilities and employees. Later in life, he took on the duty of managing his family's boutique hotels across Argentina. His experience with the family business gives Jorge the ability ...
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Marcello Forte Sign in to ask Marcello a Question ››
Marcello
After a successful career as a Speech and Language Pathologist, Marcello Forte followed his dream to help New York City's homeless animals. For the past seven years as Executive Director of Animal Haven, Marcello has played a significant part in helping solve the city's pet overpopulation problem.

Marcello's vision has taken Animal Haven from a small Queens-based shelter to an organization that includes a upstate sanctuary, mobile adoption program and innovative adoption center ...
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Rachel Farris Sign in to ask Rachel a Question ››
Rachel
After pursuing a career in the equine industry, Rachel Farris joined the PetRelocation.com team in early 2006. PetRelocation.com is one of the most experienced, respected & technologically-advanced pet relocation companies in the world, specializing in door-to-door domestic and international pet relocations worldwide. Farris has coordinated hundreds of relocations for pets big and small – gerbils from Zurich to New York, fourteen horses from California to Honduras, and one very large collection ...
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Fox
Fox
Q: When should I start to brush my dogs teeth? His teeth seem to be healthy but he is almost one year old. Thanks you?
Brent
Brent
A: I would recommending starting as young as possible. There may not be any evidence of tartar at that time, but you are getting your dog accustomed to the brush and doggie toothpaste. If you start ear...
Date: Jan 31 2013
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Heidi
Heidi
Q: Hi, my cat got fleas 4 mths ago.She is a house cat and my neighbours cat had them so I think I must have brought them in. We did all we were to do. Have used Frontline then advocate and also Acclaim spray. My house is extremely clean with all wooden floors and we use spray and wash materials cat is on regularly. They seem to be away but then she starts scratching again and I have looked and dont seem to see anything at all. Dont know wether they are still coming back or I am being paranoid. What can I do? Could they still be laying eggs?
Carole
Carole
A: Yes, there could be some left over eggs. Contact your cat's vet to be sure of your next precaution or treatment. Take a look at my site
thecattherapist.com for cat info.
Happy New Year!
Date: Dec 29 2012
Chevy
Chevy
Q: What do you guys think of home made dog food?http://www.diydogfood.com?
Carole
Carole
A: To make home made dog food, you must know the exact ingredients that
your dog requires for healthy nutrition.
Date: May 11 2012
jack
jack
Q: My dog got desex will it clam him down?
Brent
Brent
A: Yes, neutering your dog will certainly help to calm him down. The earlier in his life, the better!
Date: Oct 13 2011
jack
jack
Q: My dog got desex will it clam him down?
Carole
Carole
A: Your dog should be much calmer within about two weeks.
Date: Oct 13 2011
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