This Sunday: Fighting cancer in pets, Dr. Ravina, proposed law would protect pets on airplanes, training tips

Here’s the guest list for this Sunday’s program. This is an extra good line-up this week! Please tell your friends!

Noon Hour

Dr. Gabriella Ravina — She runs a mobile hospice vet practice. This week we will tackle tough questions: When is it really time? when you have a dying animal. Also she will tell me about CBD oil, which seems to be all the rage as a marijuana-based cure-all for dogs. Does it really work?

Richard Lanni is the director/writer/producer of the animated feature Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero. The true story of a dog who fought alongside US troops during WWI. Opens April 13.

1 pm Hour

Laura Pakis — Dog-training-by-radio, topic to be selected.

Lindsay Larris — An attorney with the Animal Legal Defense Fund talking about a law being proposed in honor of the dog who died in an overhead luggage bin. More details below.

Kelly Diehl — The Morris Animal Fund is a major funder of medical research benefitting animals, including yours and mine. Tomorrow begins their 5th annual anti-cancer campaign. 11 million pets die of cancer each year. What are the warning signs? How to we prevent cancer in our pets?

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