January 24, 2020

Cooking up healthy canine cuisine at home!


Greg Martinez, DVM has been cooking for his dogs for years. His book The Dog Dish Diet gives simple recipes that you can easily make at home. The essential tool? A crock pot! Creating a balanced diet may be the important contribution that you can make to your dog’s life. Here are some tips from [...]


What does the law say about damage caused by dogs?


Our friend Jay Coleman is a practicing attorney and host of the radio show, The Final Verdict.  We asked Jay for the most interesting Dog cases he had seen.  Knowing New Yorkers love of their gardens,we thought this piece would be particularly germane.  Listen in for the surprise ending, it could be helpful to you. [...]


Confused about dog food?


Join our Rover Reporter with Dr. Frances Baker for some bits and bites about what you need to know about your dog’s food. How to read a label and how to know what is right for your dog. Active dogs most likely will require a higher protein diet. Dare we say Eat it Raw? Want [...]


Pretty Pet Friendly by Julia Szabo


Sarasota Dog chats with Julia Szabo, syndicated columnist and national pet writer about her new book: Pretty Pet Friendly: Easy Ways to keep Spot’s Digs Stylish and Spotless. Julia shares her tips and ideas for making your home comfortable for you and your pet. Click on the headline to hear the interview


Dogged Pursuit – My Year of Competing Dusty, the World’s Least Likely Agility Dog

My Year of Competing Dusty

Robert Rodi, Author of Dogged Pursuit -My Year of Competing Dusty, the World’s Least Likely Agility Dog joins the Rover Reporter for some chat and giggles about learning the ups and downs of the agility circuit.

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Dr. Melissa Claus on Canine Diabetes


According to DiabetesinDogs.com, one in ten dogs will be diagnosed with diabetes.  Our Rover Reporter talked with Dr. Melissa Claus about the prevelant disease, early diagnosis and how to treat your pup.  Dr. Claus is with Critical Care and Veterinary Specialists of Sarasota.   As a Veterinary Specialist, Dr. Claus received her degree in Veterinary Medicine [...]


Dr. Anne Chauvet explains Pet Neurology

Dr. Anne Chauvet

Pet Neurology is the study of the nervous system and the brain in animals.  A relatively young field,  there are less than 300 veterinarians across the globe that are focused in this highly specialized area.  Pet Neurologist,  Dr. Anne Chauvet, Founder of Critical Care and Veterinary Specialists of Sarasota shares her insight to this intriguing [...]


Resale shopping for doggie gear online


A new online resale shop for dogs offers not only discounted prices for clothes, beds and accessories, but also a way to recycle your those items that may no longer work for your pooch.  We talked with Doggie360.com‘s founder, Carey Jackson about her new business and how consumers can benefit from shopping in their pajamas [...]


What every dog owner should know – The Heimlich Maneuver for Dogs

With dogs, you just never know what’s next . . . in a moment’s notice your dog’s life can be in danger. A stray piece of kibble, mulch or a partially chewed toy could be the culprit. If you don’t know the Heimlich Maneuver for dogs, check out our podcast with Dr. Ronni Tudin for the 411 on what every dog owner should know.


Inside of A Dog – Sarasota Dog talks to Alexandra Horowitz


Sarasota Dog recommends Inside of A Dog by Alexandra Horowitz. This amazing book helps us to understand not what our dogs are thinking but perhaps how they are thinking. Listen to our conversation with Alexandra for a glimpse inside your dog’s world.