Dr. Kelly Diehl, D.V.M., Senior Director of Science and Communication of Morris Animal Foundation, Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialist and Veterinary Journalist
The Community Cats Podcast
This episode is sponsored in part by Smalls Fresh Cat Food and Doobert.com. Dr. Kelly Diehl left private practice as a Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialist to join the Morris Animal Foundation which funds research that benefits animals directly. Dr. Diehl and Stacy discuss the Happy, Healthy Cat campaign which continues to shape protocol around low-stress housing in shelters today. Dr. Diehl relates some surprising common ground uncovered in a study about bird people v. cat people and gives us a preview into an ongoing study that looks at the effects of chronic inflammation in feline behavior and cognitive health. To learn more, visit the Morris Animal Foundation website for information on studies, webinars, and videos. Find out about their FIP initiative and how the foundation determines which projects to fund. You can also follow them on Facebook and Instagram.
0231: Dr. Kelly Diehl from the Morris Animal Foundation
Senior Director of Science & Communications Dr. Kelly Diehl joins us from the Morris Animal Foundation to talk about funding animal health research.Contribute to the Denali Double Dog Dare Challenge for National Dog Day.Morris Animal Foundation online:MorrisAnimalFoundation.orgFacebookTwitterYouTubeInstagramFrom the Dog Words archives:0130: Harrowing Tale of Parvovirus with Jesse Shroyer0119: Dogs and Drug Development with Dr. Laura TremlCelebrate 5 years of Rosie Fund by supporting our campaign to sponsor 50 dogs. You can donate at RosieFund.org or through our Facebook page. You can contribute by making a purchase from the store on our website or buying a t-shirt at Bonfire.com. Also check out our page on BarkYours, the online mall with gifts for people who love their dogs.Music for this episode is provided by alternative string duo, The Wires. Visit them at TheWires.info. Learn fiddle and cello-fiddle online — even if you've never played before — from Laurel Morgan Parks and Sascha Groshang at FiddleLife.com. Join The Wires as they explore new music on their show Sound Currents.The transcript for this episode is available on the Dog Words Buzzsprout page: Buzzsprout.com/840565.
ER Vet - Episode 141 The Golden Retriever Lifetime Study and How Does It Affect YOUR Dog Plus So Much More with Dr. Kelly Diehl, DACVIM
ER Vet - Stories from the animal ER - Pet Life Radio Original (PetLifeRadio.com)
In this Part 2 episode of ER VET, Dr Justine Lee, DACVECC, DABT interviews Dr. Kelly Diehl, DACVIM from the Morris Animal Foundation on the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study and what you need to know to keep your dog healthy. Plus, what's new with FATCAT? SHOW NOTES: The Golden Retriever Lifetime Study and How Does It Affect YOUR Dog Plus So Much More with Dr. Kelly Diehl, DACVIM
Discovering More About Why Dogs Develop Cancer Using The Golden Retriever Lifetime Study with Dr. Kelly Diehl
Your Dog Wants You To Know This!
Welcome to another episode of the Your Dog Wants You To Know This! Here, you’ll get expert veterinary advice each week with me, Dr. Lori Cesario. I'm a board Certified Veterinary Oncologist and owner of the Canine Cancer Academy. This week we’re going to discuss the research process and connections to why cancer develops in certain dog breeds. Are you curious why certain dogs develop cancer? Why cancer is so common in dogs or how you might be able to decrease cancer risk for your dog? This week I'm very excited to bring you Dr. Kelly Diehl, a Board Certified Veterinary Internist and Senior Director of Science and Communication for the Morris Animal Foundation, where she has been for six and half years. Now fully engaged in the largest canine study, called the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study. In this episode you’ll learn more about: This study follows over 3,000 Golden Retrievers over the course of their lifetime. One of the largest, most comprehensive canine, prospective studies to date. The risk of cancer is actually 60% in the golden retriever breed. We have at least one dog in each of the 48 contiguous United States. Documentation is taken is great detail on the nutritional, environmental and genetic risk factors for cancer and other diseases. The Golden Retriever Lifetime Study is projected to cost roughly $32 million dollars. Listen in for more details about the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study and learn more about why the study is tracking whether these dogs live in an environment with carpet, whether they eat vegetables, whether they swim in ponds, or live with a smoker, and how this data is being collected and processed to determine what causes cancer in dogs. Links & Resources Mentioned in this Episode: Website: https://www.caninecanceracademy.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecaninecanceracademy/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/caninecanceracademy/ Morris Animal Foundation: https://www.morrisanimalfoundation.org/? Fresh Scoop Podcast by the Morris Animal Foundation: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fresh-scoop/id1440087311?mt=2 If you’re loving what you’re learning on this podcast every week – Please subscribe, rate and review it by heading to Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.
PODCAST (21:25) -- Dr. Kelly Diehl of Morris Animal Foundation explains how research into Feline Infectious Perontinitis may lead to a COVID-19 vaccine for humans. (But there's more about cat cancer, too)
Ask-a-Vet: Dr. Kelly Diehl, Morris Animal Foundation
KSCO Pet Radio
Kelly Diehl, Morris Animal FoundationDr. Kelly Diehl of the Morris Animal Foundation visits with us about once-a-month. She is a vet and scientist who helps decide what animal medical studies receive funding.Topics include:Vegetarian dog food "is becoming a big problem." We talk about how alternative diets can hurt dogs -- including heart disease and grain-free diets. Taurine discussion and the importance of the amino acid that saves animals' lives.How changes in the biome -- gut bacteria -- can hurt or benefit health.Long discussion of issues related to CDB and to types of pet studies the foundation is seeking to fund.A fascinating history of the Morris Animal Foundation -- which is related to the Hill's prescription diet that founder Dr. Mark Morris invented.Worth a listen!
Our Paw’d Cast: Dr. Kelly Diehl, Morris Animal Foundation, on cancer in pets and wildlife
KSCO Pet Radio
Interview with veterinarian Dr. Kelly Diehl of the Morris Animal Foundation on cancer in pets and wildlife. Here is a link to the four-page PDF handout that we discussing during this wide-ranging interview.Morris Animal Foundation Launches Unite to Fight Animal Cancer Campaign March 26Funds raised support cancer research for animals around the worldDENVER/March 21, 2018 – Morris Animal Foundation, the leader in advancing animal health, will launch its fifth annual Unite to Fight Animal Cancer campaign on Monday, March 26. The two-month campaign, which ends May 31, raises funds for research that will lead to new understandings about how to prevent, diagnose earlier and treat animal cancers. Gifts can be made and more information can be found at Unite to Fight Animal Cancer.Cancer is a disease that impacts animals everywhere. In dogs and cats, cancer accounts for nearly half of all disease-related deaths each year, with approximately 11 million new diagnoses made annually. Since 1948, Morris Animal Foundation has funded more than 300 cancer studies, investing nearly $40 million, and continues to make strides against the disease, thanks to generous donor support.“We are asking people to not only join us in our fight, but imagine a world where all cancers are treatable and more cures possible,” said Tiffany Grunert, Acting President/CEO of Morris Animal Foundation. “This is a vicious disease that is seen in the pets we love and the wild animals we admire and with the help of our supporters we can change that.”With almost 70 years of cancer research to date, Morris Animal Foundation funding has led to numerous breakthroughs and advancements in cancer care, including:Improved cancer surgery imaging for complete surgical removal of tumors in cats and dogs, improving both treatment decisions and decreasing incidence of tumor recurrence Testing of a canine melanoma vaccine, now confirmed safe and effective in horses with melanoma, providing an effective treatment for a devastating cancer in horses Clinical trials for promising treatments for osteosarcoma, a devastating cancer in dogs, that give hope for improving outcomes for patients Advances in the understanding of viral cancers in domestic cats and wildlife that have helped in the development of prevention protocols and treatments, including vaccine development for feline leukemia virusThe Blue Buffalo Foundation is once again partnering with Morris Animal Foundation in the fight against cancer, with a dollar-for-dollar gift match, up to $75,000, until the end of the campaign on May 31.In addition to raising funds for cancer research, Morris Animal Foundation will provide pet owners and animal lovers free downloadable cancer prevention checklists. The Foundation also will share stories of donors who lost their pets to the disease and learn why those owners support the Foundation and the Unite to Fight Animal Cancer campaign.About Morris Animal FoundationMorris Animal Foundation’s mission is to bridge science and resources to advance the health of animals. Founded by a veterinarian in 1948, we fund and conduct critical health studies for the benefit of all animals. Learn more at morrisanimalfoundation.org
Dr. Kelly Diehl, DVM and Science Communications at Morris Animal Foundation
BeProvided Conservation Radio
Morris Animal Foundation: Helping animals have healthier lives This week our podcast is with Dr. Kelly Diehl, DVM (Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine) of the Morris Animal Foundation. They are the foundation providing scientific research to help save our domestic animals, such as cats, dogs and horses, to wildlife around the world. Kelly’s passion and love for animals really shows in this interview making her a great spokesperson for the foundation and I enjoyed our conversation a great deal. I believe it is important to know the major leader in protecting our animals health, especially since most of us animal lovers have cats, dogs, horses, or any other domesticated friend. In this interview you will learn: what drove Kelly to become a veterinarian and how she got involved with the MAF about the founding of MAF and what their mission was formed about how Dr. Mark L. Morris Jr, the founder's son was the first to educate people on the importance of nutrition for dogs, cats and other animals that their supported scientists helped to develop the first vaccine for deadly illnesses such as canine parvovirus, feline leukemia and the Potomac horse fever The Morris Animal Foundation was founded in 1948. Since that time they have invested in more than $100 million dollars toward 2,400+ studies addressing the emerging and established health challenges of a variety of species. Dr. Kelly Diehl gives us some examples of a few of these studies so we can get a scope of the research they fund. We would love it if you could listen in! We know when you do listen in, you will love the show. If you like what you heard, please share with the other animal lovers in you life! It’s just good to know the people out there who have the back of your loved animals. #morrisanimalfoundation #MAF #helpinganimals #podcast #conservation How to look up Morris Animal Foundation: Website: http://www.morrisanimalfoundation.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/morrisanimal/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Morris_Animal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/morrisanimalfoundation/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/morris-animal-foundation/