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The Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast

The Cone of Shame Podcast is the podcast all about life in Veterinary Medicine. Dr Andy Roark covers medical related topics with help from experts in the veterinary industry.

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COS 019: How NOT to Stay Sane in Veterinary Medicine

This week on the cone.....Dr. Andy Roark and Jada Lewis CVT sit down to discuss her article 12 Things NOT to do in Veterinary Medicine (If You Want To Stay Sane). You can read the original article here: https://drandyroark.com/12-things-not-to-do-in-veterinary-medicine-if-you-want-to-be-sane/If you want to join the Uncharted community to see the April conference online, head over to www.unchartedvet.com and become an Uncharted member!ABOUT OUR GUEST:Jada Lewis CVT writes efficiently and effectively for a variety of industries. Her background is in veterinary medicine, but her true passion is creating powerful and meaningful content for businesses across the country. From blogs to landing pages and anything in between, she enjoys the digital age of marketing. You can contact Jada at JadaLewis507@gmail.com

39mins

12 Mar 2020

Rank #1

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COS 009: Essentials - Canine Euthanasia (HDYTT)

Dr. Andy Roark and Dr. Amanda Doran review the canine euthanasia. This is an excellent episode for anyone on the healthcare team and we hope it will be a great refresher and conversation starter for veterinary teams.Dr. Amanda Doran is a practicing certified hospice and palliative care veterinarian (CHPV) in Duluth, MN. She has worked in the veterinary field for nearly 20 years and held every position from kennel assistant to veterinarian. Dr. Doran’s articles have been featured on DrAndyRoark.com, and she has been a guest on Dr. Roark’s Cone of Shame podcast. Dr. Doran’s medical interests center on end of life care, animal welfare, effective client communication, personal resilience for veterinary professionals, and the human-animal bond. She shares her home with her partner in crime, 2 goofy husky shepherds and a crabby old peach tabby. She also slings tarot cards for fun.

19mins

2 Jan 2020

Rank #2

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COS 006: New Research on Gender Pay Gaps & Life Choices in Veterinary Medicine

This week, Dr. Andy Roark interviews Sam Morello DVM, DACVS, an associate professor of large animal surgery in the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Madison-Wisconsin. They discuss Dr. Morello's recent publications in JAVMA on the gender pay gap and life-balance choices in veterinary surgeons. Articles:Morello SL, Colopy SA, Bruckner K, Buhr KA. Demographics, measures of professional achievement, and gender differences for diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2015. JAVMA 2019https://bit.ly/2POQRujColopy SA, Buhr KA, Bruckner K, Morello SL. The intersection of personal and professional lives for male and female diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2015. JAVMA 2019https://bit.ly/34bpj7rGuest Bio:Dr. Sam Morello has completed original research in the areas of upper airway physiology, minimally invasive sinus surgery, and intestinal surgery. Current research projects are focused on the musculoskeletal system including orthopedics, wound healing, and antimicrobial delivery systems for musculoskeletal infection. In addition, Dr. Morello has conducted large scale survey research across various areas of specialty medicine, as well as academic practice, to consider professional worklife, the intersection of work and personal life, and the effect of a shifting gender demographic in veterinary medicine. She has been an invited lecturer on these topics at numerous conferences and universities.Dr. Morello's clinical practice encompasses all aspects of surgery in both horses and farm animal species. With a personal background in the show horse and race horse industry, she has a particular clinical interest in traumautic and developmental orthopedic diseases. She also has extensive experience evaluating poor performance in sport horses and is in charge of the dynamic endoscopy system acquired for the diagnosis and management of upper airway disorders.

1hr 18mins

12 Dec 2019

Rank #3

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COS 008: The Deathly Hallows Of Veterinary Medicine (w/ Dr. Michael Miller)

This week, Dr. Andy Roark is joined by Dr. Michael Miller (aka the Harry Potter Vet) to discuss the "deathly hallows of vet med." If you're a Harry Potter fan (or just a lover of veterinary medicine), this conversation will brighten your day and make you think about what it means to be in our profession.The 3 Deathly Hallows of Vet Medicine: https://drandyroark.com/the-3-deathly-hallows-of-vet-med/If you haven't checked out the Harry Potter vet website, you need to get on it! https://www.harrypottervet.com/Michael W. Miller, DVM is a veterinarian and a part-owner of a small animal practice where he sees dogs, cats, and exotic pets. His website was created due to encouragement from colleagues to share his writing that merges his love of veterinary medicine and Harry Potter. Dr. Miller's goal is to use his website to help myself and others discover the magic in veterinary medicine.

47mins

26 Dec 2019

Rank #4

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COS 014: If Only We Could Do Something About Bulldogs

This week on the Cone....Dr. Andy Roark sits down with the amazing Dr. Sarah Boston to discuss her recent article called "If Only We Could Do Something About Bulldogs." They talk about the rising popularity of smoosh-faced dogs and what it means to support this growth as a profession.Read Dr. Boston's article here: https://medium.com/@drsarahboston/if-only-we-could-do-something-about-bulldogs-7f0643f16d4cDr. Sarah Boston is a veterinary surgical oncologist practicing in the Toronto area. She is also an author and her memoir, Lucky Dog: How Being a Veterinarian Saved My Life was published by the House of Anansi Press in 2014. She has published numerous scientific articles and book chapters, some of them good. She is the co-creator of the satirical online veterinary newspaper The Cageliner and an amateur stand up comedian. You can follow her on Twitter @drsarahboston

43mins

6 Feb 2020

Rank #5

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COS 004: New Research On Vet Suicide Behavior - An interview w/ Dr. Tracy Witte

In this episode of the Cone of Shame podcast, Dr. Andy Roark interviews Dr. Tracy Witte from Auburn University on her new publication in JAVMA.Dr. Tracy Witte is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Auburn University, as well as a licensed psychologist. Her research is primarily focused on understanding and preventing suicidal behavior, with a line of work investigating suicide and other negative mental health outcomes in veterinarians, other vet professionals, and vet students.

36mins

4 Dec 2019

Rank #6

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COS 005: 4th Premolar Slab Fracture (HDYTT)

This week on the Cone.... Drake is an 8yo MN Labrador Retriever with an upper right 4th premolar slab fracture. I'm asking the amazing Dr. Donnell Hansen "How do YOU treat that?" Find Dr. Andy Roark on Facebook at www.facebook.om/drandyroark Instagram at @drandyroark or on the web at www.DrAndyRoark.com Dr. Donnell Hansen is a board certified veterinary dentist and oral surgeon from the Minnesota BluePearl Hospitals. A Minnesota native, Donnell traveled through Iowa (Go Norse!), Oklahoma, and back to Minnesota again on her path toward veterinary dentistry. In 2009, Dr. Hansen joined forces with friends to form Moxie Center, which is now known as BluePearl Veterinary Partners. In 2010, she and her husband opened his family practice, Rice Creek Animal Hospital, in Lino Lakes, MN along with Bean's Place Pet Wash. Recently, Donnell opened Four Legged Tooth Fairy, an online resource and interactive conference center aimed at helping the veterinary community enhance their patient health, practice health, and mental health through veterinary dentistry. While managing a busy clinical caseload, Dr. Hansen also speaks nationally about the value (both from a patient care standpoint and practice health perspective) of veterinary dentistry and oral surgery. Dr. Hansen has a special interest in maxillofacial surgery but honestly, loves the whole gig. To provide a little balance to life, Donnell enjoys time with her family, including her husband (a fellow veterinarian) and two children, out on Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes or working a jigsaw puzzle during the long Minnesota winters. Like any veterinary family, there are an amalgamation of pets at home but the beloved include her pocket pittie, named Crickett and a beast of a labrador named Goose (or depending on the day, Goosifer). There may or may not be a bunch of bull head eggs hatching on her kitchen counter as we speak.

17mins

5 Dec 2019

Rank #7

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COS 013: The Walking HBC Dog (HDYTT)

It's the CONE OF SHAME SHOW!In this episode, Dr. Andy Roark and David Liss RVT, VTS (SAIM, ECC)talk about treating the HBC dogs that walk into your clinic with nice, pink mucous membranes and normal mentation. No big deal, right? You need to check this episode out!Want a video shout-out from Dr. Roark to someone on your team (or for your whole team)? Just leave an honest review of the podcast here on iTunes, and then send us an email at podcast@DrAndyRoark.com and tell us who Dr. Roark should shout out and why.ABOUT OUR GUEST:David Liss has an incredibly rich and diverse background in the field of veterinary technology. A registered veterinary technician in California, David holds a Bachelor’s in Sociology and an Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology. He also holds double board-certifications as a veterinary technician specialist in emergency/critical care and small animal internal medicine and has diverse background in emergency and critical care nursing in addition to being a certified veterinary practice manager (CVPM) and professional in human resources (PHR). He has been technician manager at two different twenty-four-hour referral/specialty facilities in the Los Angeles area, has contributed to numerous veterinary texts and was awarded the Veterinary Technician Educator ofthe Year award by Western Veterinary Conference. David also holds a Master’s inBiomedical Science. David currently is the director of operations for Amerivet in Los Angeles, runs his own consulting business: Veterinary Training and Consulting, Inc., and lectures worldwide.

20mins

30 Jan 2020

Rank #8

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COS 002: Anesthesia in a long dental procedure (HDYTT)

How Do You Treat That (HYDTT) - In these episodes, Dr. Andy Roark takes a common case from practice and asks an expert in the field "How do you treat that?"In this episode, Dr. Andy Roark talks to Tasha McNerney BS, CVT, CVPP, VTS about those looooooooong dental procedures and how to manage that anesthesia (especially when the blood pressure starts to drop).Tasha is a Certified Veterinary Technician from Glenside, PA. She is also a certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner and works closely with the IVAPM to educate the public about animal pain awareness. Tasha loves to lecture on various anesthesia and pain management topics around the globe. In her spare time Tasha enjoys reading, spending time with her son.

18mins

6 Dec 2019

Rank #9

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COS 011: Placebos For Pets: The Truth About Alternative Medicine in Animals

This week on the Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast, Dr. Andy Roark interviews Brennen McKenzie, VMD, MScTo get registered for the $100 weekly giveaway, just head to www.drandyroark.com and sign up for the newsletter and you're all set!If you want a shout-out video from Dr. Roark, just leave a review for the podcast on iTunes and then send an email to podcast@drandyroark.com. Tell us that ytou wrote a review and then who you want the shout out to be for and what is great about them.ABOUT THE GUEST:Dr. McKenzie has always pursued a wide range of interests both within and outside of science. After completing a bachelor’s degree with majors in English Literature and Biology at the University of California at Santa Cruz, he obtained a Master’s in Physiology and Animal Behavior and worked for several years in environmental and behavioral enrichment for captive primates.Dr. McKenzie then attended the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and began working as a small animal general practice veterinarian. In addition to his clinical work, he has served as President of the Evidence-Based Veterinary Medicine Association, lectured on evidence-based medicine at numerous veterinary conferences, and published journal articles on such topics as over-diagnosis, cognitive bias in veterinary clinical decision-making, and the philosophical underpinnings of evidence-based and alternative medicine. Since 2009, Dr. McKenzie has managed the SkeptVet Blog and associated social media outlets, including a series of science-based pet health videos on YouTube. He has also been an occasional contributor to the popular Science-based Medicine blog.While working as a practitioner, speaking, and writing, Dr. McKenzie has continued to pursue post-graduate training, and in 2015 he completed his MSc in Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in 2015. He also teaches veterinary students in his practice as well as undergraduate biology majors, he writes a monthly column on evidence-based medicine for Veterinary Practice News magazine, and he has published a book for pet owners and veterinary professionals—Placebos for Pets?The Truth about Alternative Medicine in Animals.In his sparse free time, Dr. McKenzie enjoys reading, hiking, playing his mandolin and guitar, traveling with his family, and sitting on the couch with his dogs watching the hummingbirds and woodpeckers outside his living room window.

56mins

16 Jan 2020

Rank #10

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COS 007: Scarf and Barf Cats (HDYTT)

In this episode of the Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast, Dr. Andy Roark sits down with feline behavior consultant Ingrid Johnson to talk about cats that eat too fast and then throw up. There's a pet owner in exam room 2 who wants you to tell her how to stop her beloved feline from puking all the time. So.... How do you treat that?** If you find the Cone of Shame to be helpful, please share it with your friends! And if you listen on iTunes, nothing helps us as much as an honest review! ** Want to be entered in our $100 weekly give away for vet peeps? Head over to DrAndyRoark.com and sign up for the newsletter. That's all you've got to do!** Want to learn more about food puzzles for cats? Check out Ingrid's site at: FoodPuzzlesforCats.comABOUT OUR GUEST:Ingrid Johnson is a Certified Cat Behavior Consultant (CCBC) through The International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC). She is employed at Paws Whiskers and Claws, a feline only veterinary hospital and has been working exclusively with cats since 1999. Ingrid operates Fundamentally Feline, providing in home and phone consultations for clients experiencing behavior challenges with their cat(s). In addition to behavior consultations, Ingrid publishes educational content on her site, but also manages Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages, makes her own line of feline foraging toys, scratching posts and vertical space, and litter boxes. She lectures on cat behavior at veterinary conferences such as AAFP, VMX, ACVC and the like. In the Fall of 2016 a paper she co-authored, Food puzzles for cats: Feeding for physical and emotional well-being, was published in the JFMS and to compliment it she co-developed a website called FoodPuzzlesforCats.com. Ingrid’s home, cats, and environmental enrichment expertise has been featured on Animal Planet’s Cats101 show. She filmed for the website WebMD and has created a series of educational How-To videos of her own, viewable on Fundamentally Feline’s website. She is Co-Director of Paw Project-Georgia, working towards ending the cruel practice of de-clawing cats. Cat Fancy magazine’s 2008 “Home Issue” showcased her feline friendly accommodations and the aesthetically pleasing ways you can provide for your cats innate basic needs while still having a home the humans can enjoy. Ingrid shares her home with husband Jake, seven rescue cats, and Sebastian, a rescued Great Pyrenees Dog.

17mins

19 Dec 2019

Rank #11

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COS 017: The Lethargic Rabbit (HDYTT Essentials)

This week on the Cone of Shame Veterinary Podcast, Dr. Andy Roark talks to Dr. Laurie Hess about a lethargic rabbit who isn't eating well. If you're not a veterinarian who sees a ton of bunnies..... How do you treat that?Want a shout-out from Dr. Andy Roark for a friend or co-worker? Rate this podcast on iTunes and then send an email telling us who we are shouting out and WHY. The email address is podcast@drandyroark.comAbout our guest:Originally from New York City, Dr. Laurie Hess is one of approximately 150 board-certified avian specialists worldwide. After graduating from Yale University, she earned her veterinary degree at Tufts University and completed an internship & residency in avian/exotic pet medicine at the world-renowned Animal Medical Center in New York City where she practiced for more than a decade. She is Director of Pet Health & Nutrition for the pet food company ZuPreem and owns a bird and exotic pet specialty hospital - the Veterinary Center for Birds & Exotics – in Westchester County, New York, where she treats birds, rabbits, ferrets, rodents, reptiles, sugar gliders, hedgehogs, and other non-traditional pets, as wellas wildlife. She is the author of Unlikely Companions: The Adventures of an Exotic Animal Doctor – a memoir about her life as an exotic animal veterinarian. Dr. Hess is the Social Media Chairperson for the Association of Avian Veterinarians and an active member of this association, the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians, the Association of Reptile & Amphibian Veterinarians, and the Association of Zoo Animal Veterinarians. She also is a frequent contributor to websites, radio broadcasts, and TV shows about exotic pets, as well as a lecturer on exotic pet care internationally.

17mins

27 Feb 2020

Rank #12

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COS 018: "Help! I think my cat just died!" HDYTT

This week on the Cone of Shame... We've all heard those terrible words as a technician bursts into the treatment room "This cat died on the way here!" That's when the crash cart comes out and CPR gets started. But what, exactly, should we be doing? And how long should we go on for before we call it? Let's get into this ABOUT OUR GUEST:David Liss has an incredibly rich and diverse background in the field of veterinary technology. A registered veterinary technician in California, David holds a Bachelor’s in Sociology and an Associate’s Degree in Veterinary Technology. He also holds double board-certifications as a veterinary technician specialist in emergency/critical care and small animal internal medicine and has diverse background in emergency and critical care nursing in addition to being a certified veterinary practice manager (CVPM) and professional in human resources (PHR). He has been technician manager at two different twenty-four-hour referral/specialty facilities in the Los Angeles area, has contributed to numerous veterinary texts and was awarded the Veterinary Technician Educator of the Year award by Western Veterinary Conference. David also holds a Master’s inBiomedical Science. David currently is the director of operations for Amerivet in Los Angeles, runs his own consulting business: Veterinary Training and Consulting, Inc., and lectures worldwide.

22mins

5 Mar 2020

Rank #13

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COS 015: Dog With "Swollen" Gums (HDYTT)

This week on the Cone.... Dr. Andy Roark asks for help from veterinary dentist extraordinaire Dr. Donnell Hansen! Andy has a 5yo FS Golden Retriever with a "face that looks different". Quick!!! How do you treat that??? Want a shout out for your friend?? Leave us an honest review on iTunes and then send an email to podcast@drandyroark.com Find Dr. Andy Roark on Facebook at www.facebook.om/drandyroark Instagram at @drandyroark or on the web at www.DrAndyRoark.com Dr. Donnell Hansen is a board certified veterinary dentist and oral surgeon from the Minnesota BluePearl Hospitals. A Minnesota native, Donnell traveled through Iowa (Go Norse!), Oklahoma, and back to Minnesota again on her path toward veterinary dentistry. In 2009, Dr. Hansen joined forces with friends to form Moxie Center, which is now known as BluePearl Veterinary Partners. In 2010, she and her husband opened his family practice, Rice Creek Animal Hospital, in Lino Lakes, MN along with Bean's Place Pet Wash. Recently, Donnell opened Four Legged Tooth Fairy, an online resource and interactive conference center aimed at helping the veterinary community enhance their patient health, practice health, and mental health through veterinary dentistry. While managing a busy clinical caseload, Dr. Hansen also speaks nationally about the value (both from a patient care standpoint and practice health perspective) of veterinary dentistry and oral surgery. Dr. Hansen has a special interest in maxillofacial surgery but honestly, loves the whole gig. To provide a little balance to life, Donnell enjoys time with her family, including her husband (a fellow veterinarian) and two children, out on Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes or working a jigsaw puzzle during the long Minnesota winters. Like any veterinary family, there are an amalgamation of pets at home but the beloved include her pocket pittie, named Crickett and a beast of a labrador named Goose (or depending on the day, Goosifer). There may or may not be a bunch of bull head eggs hatching on her kitchen counter as we speak.

18mins

13 Feb 2020

Rank #14

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COS 010: HDYTT There's A Cat Who Is Destroying The Furniture

This week on the Cone..... There's a cat in exam room 3 who will NOT stop destroying furniture. The owner is about to give the cat up or find someone who will declaw it. It's YOUR case! How do you treat that??** If you find the Cone of Shame to be helpful, please share it with your friends! And if you listen on iTunes, nothing helps us as much as an honest review!** Want to be entered in our $100 weekly give away for vet peeps? Head over to DrAndyRoark.com and sign up for the newsletter. That's all you've got to do!** Want to learn more about food puzzles for cats? Check out Ingrid's site at: FoodPuzzlesforCats.comABOUT OUR GUEST:Ingrid Johnson is a Certified Cat Behavior Consultant (CCBC) through The International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC). She is employed at Paws Whiskers and Claws, a feline only veterinary hospital and has been working exclusively with cats since 1999.Ingrid operates Fundamentally Feline, providing in home and phone consultations for clients experiencing behavior challenges with their cat(s). In addition to behavior consultations, Ingrid publishes educational content on her site, but also manages Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages, makes her own line of feline foraging toys, scratching posts and vertical space, and litter boxes. She lectures on cat behavior at veterinary conferences such as AAFP, VMX, ACVC and the like.In the Fall of 2016 a paper she co-authored, Food puzzles for cats: Feeding for physical and emotional well-being, was published in the JFMS and to compliment it she co-developed a website called FoodPuzzlesforCats.com. Ingrid’s home, cats, and environmental enrichment expertise has been featured on Animal Planet’s Cats101 show. She filmed for the website WebMD and has created a series of educational How-To videos of her own, viewable on Fundamentally Feline’s website. She is Co-Director of Paw Project-Georgia, working towards ending the cruel practice of de-clawing cats.Cat Fancy magazine’s 2008 “Home Issue” showcased her feline friendly accommodations and the aesthetically pleasing ways you can provide for your cats innate basic needs while still having a home the humans can enjoy.Ingrid shares her home with husband Jake, seven rescue cats, and Sebastian, a rescued Great Pyrenees Dog.

18mins

9 Jan 2020

Rank #15

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COS 016: New Research - Facial Expressions of Pain in Cats

This week on the cone....Dr. Andy Roark interviews Dr. Paulo Steagall on his team's research into facial expressions of pain in cats and the new Feline Grimace Scale.Related links:Article - https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-55693-8Training Manual - https://static-content.springer.com/esm/art%3A10.1038%2Fs41598-019-55693-8/MediaObjects/41598_2019_55693_MOESM1_ESM.pdf Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__x_8af7SGsAbout our guest:Paulo Steagall, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVAA is an associate professor of Veterinary Anesthesiology and Pain Management at the Université de Montréal, Canada. He earned his DVM and completed a residency at Sao Paulo State University, Brazil, then earned his MS and PhD (Anesthesiology) with emphasis in feline analgesia at the same institution. He is currently the head of a research laboratory dedicated to improving the standards of pain management in companion animals with a strong benefit to animal welfare. His laboratory has developed and validated the Feline Grimace Scale, a tool that uses changes in facial expressions to assess acute pain in cats in collaboration with other researchers at the Université de Montréal. He is a member of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Global Pain Council, the WSAVA Dental Guidelines Committee and the chair of the WSAVA Therapeutic Guidelines group. Dr. Steagall has published more than 90 articles and several book chapters on pain management in small animals. He is the author of the book ‘Feline Anesthesia and Pain Management’.

24mins

20 Feb 2020

Rank #16

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COS 021: Mistakes I've Made - Bulldog Anesthesia

Dr. Andy Roark talks to Tasha McNerney BS, CVT, CVPP, VTS about the day she wishes she could re-do and the anesthesia case that went badly. Tasha is a Certified Veterinary Technician from Glenside, PA. She is also a certified Veterinary Pain Practitioner and works closely with the IVAPM to educate the public about animal pain awareness. Tasha loves to lecture on various anesthesia and pain management topics around the globe. In her spare time Tasha enjoys reading, spending time with her son.

13mins

26 Mar 2020

Rank #17

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COS Intro: What Is The Cone Of Shame?

Welcome to the Cone of Shame with Dr. Andy Roark! This is the episode where you'll discover what to expect and what the format, frequency and guests will be like. Most importantly, you'll find out WHY the Cone of Shame exists and what we're trying to accomplish.This is the podcast for veterinarians, techs, front desk staff and really anyone who wants to increase their knowledge when it comes to veterinary medicine. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/drandyroarkIG: @DrAndyRoark

6mins

5 Dec 2019

Rank #18

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COS 020: My Cats are Fighting and Peeing Outside the Box

This week on the cone, Ingrid Johnson, CCBC, is back!!! She's talking litter boxes and fighting between cats. Gang... she dropped knowledge that I honestly did not have. This is a great and wildly useful episode. Check it out!!Helpful links:https://www.fundamentallyfeline.com/litter-boxes-get-scoop-many-kind/ https://www.fundamentallyfeline.com/litter-boxes-get-scoop-part-2-filler-cleaning-maintenance/ https://www.fundamentallyfeline.com/litter-boxes-get-the-scoop-part-3-special-needs-cats-and-handicapables/ https://www.fundamentallyfeline.com/diy-best-litter-box/Links to the boxes themselves:https://www.walmart.com/ip/IRIS-132-Qt-Buckle-Down-Plastic-Storage-Box-Clear/15823543 https://www.amazon.com/IRIS-USA-CB-130-Buckle-Storage/dp/B000M39HPE/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=iris+132+qt+storage+bin&qid=1564938515&s=gateway&sr=8-3 https://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/90102971/ https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072C4D3LN/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_c_api_i_I3pvCb9PTCH2SABOUT OUR GUEST:Ingrid Johnson is a Certified Cat Behavior Consultant (CCBC) through The International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants (IAABC). She is employed at Paws Whiskers and Claws, a feline only veterinary hospital and has been working exclusively with cats since 1999.Ingrid operates Fundamentally Feline, providing in home and phone consultations for clients experiencing behavior challenges with their cat(s). In addition to behavior consultations, Ingrid publishes educational content on her site, but also manages Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages, makes her own line of feline foraging toys, scratching posts and vertical space, and litter boxes. She lectures on cat behavior at veterinary conferences such as AAFP, VMX, ACVC and the like.In the Fall of 2016 a paper she co-authored, Food puzzles for cats: Feeding for physical and emotional well-being, was published in the JFMS and to compliment it she co-developed a website called FoodPuzzlesforCats.com. Ingrid’s home, cats, and environmental enrichment expertise has been featured on Animal Planet’s Cats101 show. She filmed for the website WebMD and has created a series of educational How-To videos of her own, viewable on Fundamentally Feline’s website. She is Co-Director of Paw Project-Georgia, working towards ending the cruel practice of de-clawing cats.Cat Fancy magazine’s 2008 “Home Issue” showcased her feline friendly accommodations and the aesthetically pleasing ways you can provide for your cats innate basic needs while still having a home the humans can enjoy.Ingrid shares her home with husband Jake, seven rescue cats, and Sebastian, a rescued Great Pyrenees Dog.

17mins

19 Mar 2020

Rank #19

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COS 012: Bird Medicine Basics for People Afraid of Birds (HDYTT)

This week on the cone....Dr. Andy Roark asks an amazing exotic animal veterinarian for help with a lethargic Cockatoo. When you don't generally see birds and then one needs your help... how do you treat that?Want a shout-out from Dr. Andy Roark for a friend or co-worker? Rate this podcast on iTunes and then send an email telling us who we are shouting out and WHY. The email address is podcast@unchartedvet.comAbout our guest:Originally from New York City, Dr. Laurie Hess is one of approximately 150 board-certified avian specialists worldwide. After graduating from Yale University, she earned her veterinary degree at Tufts University and completed an internship & residency in avian/exotic pet medicine at the world-renowned Animal Medical Center in New York City where she practiced for more than a decade. She is Director of Pet Health & Nutrition for the pet food company ZuPreem and owns a bird and exotic pet specialty hospital - the Veterinary Center for Birds & Exotics – in Westchester County, New York, where she treats birds, rabbits, ferrets, rodents, reptiles, sugar gliders, hedgehogs, and other non-traditional pets, as wellas wildlife. She is the author of Unlikely Companions: The Adventures of an Exotic Animal Doctor – a memoir about her life as an exotic animal veterinarian. Dr. Hess is the Social Media Chairperson for the Association of Avian Veterinarians and an active member of this association, the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians, the Association of Reptile & Amphibian Veterinarians, and the Association of Zoo Animal Veterinarians. She also is a frequent contributor to websites, radio broadcasts, and TV shows about exotic pets, as well as a lecturer on exotic pet care internationally.

22mins

23 Jan 2020

Rank #20