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Anything Pawsible on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)

Dr. Courtney Campbell

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Anything Pawsible on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)

Anything Pawsible on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)

Dr. Courtney Campbell

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Anything Pawsible is a podcast where Dr. Courtney gets to talk to some of the most fascinating and engaging people about pets, animals and veterinary medicine in general. By having these conversations we’ll get to drill down on the ways animals influence

Latest Episodes

Anything Pawsible Episode 8 When Work-Life Balance Loses Its Balance. (And How to Fix It) with Josh Vaisman, Positive Psychology Strategist, CCFP, MAPPCP (PgC)

Happiness in the workplace. We’re all striving to achieve it and for some of us every day can be a challenge. As caregivers, we naturally prioritize care for others and frequently neglect taking care of ourselves. Our mental health eventually suffers which is one reason why so many veterinarians experience emotional distress in the workplace. That’s why veterinary medicine as a profession is working so hard to better understand how to improve workplace well being. The urgency of the moment is particularly acute with studies indicating that veterinarians are much more likely than non-veterinarians to think about suicide and 2.7 times more likely to attempt it. Learning to spot signs of distress and manage the emotional demands of the job are tremendously important. My conversation with positive psychology strategist, Josh Vaisman is extremely illuminating. He discusses burnout, if work-life balance is real, and how to help cultivate environments in which veterinary professionals can thrive. Whether you’re a veterinary health professional or just want to be happy at your job, this is a conversation you need to hear.

60 MINAPR 22
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Anything Pawsible Episode 8 When Work-Life Balance Loses Its Balance. (And How to Fix It) with Josh Vaisman, Positive Psychology Strategist, CCFP, MAPPCP (PgC)

Anything Pawsible Episode 7 Veterinary Donates Urgent Medical Supplies to Florida During COVID Pandemic with NAVC

Veterinarians have been asked to donate vital supplies to coronavirus fight. The NAVC (North American Veterinary Community) stepped up and joined the fight by making a large donation to the Florida Department of Health. Thousands of sets of medical shoe covers, hundreds of masks, isolation and surgical gowns, medical head covers, gloves, other personal protective equipment and medical-grade disinfection solutions were repurposed to help protect those on the front lines. But we don't stop there, in this conversation, I am joined by NAVC's CEO, Gene O'Neil as we talk about VMX, one of the largest veterinary conferences in the world, NAVC's expanding outreach to the veterinary community, and their expanding media portfolio. Enjoy an eye-opening conversation about the philanthropic power of large organizations as they help those in need.

39 MINMAR 31
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Anything Pawsible Episode 7 Veterinary Donates Urgent Medical Supplies to Florida During COVID Pandemic with NAVC

Anything Pawsible Episode 6 Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Your Pets: What You Need to Know. A Conversation with Dr. Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM, DACVPM

Novel Coronavirus. COVID -19. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 ( SARS-CoV-2) It’s currently dominating the deadlines and there is widespread concern around the world. Unfortunately, there is some degree of panic in some areas and sadly, the number of cases is climbing with over 145,000 cases confirmed including over 5,400 deaths. This situation is developing rapidly and updates are being provided at breakneck speed so those numbers are expected to change. The outpouring of love and concern for all family members - including those of a different species -- has been heartening to see. There have been a flood of questions related to whether pet parents should be concerned about their loved ones at home regarding COVID-19. Those who have working animals, service animals, and farm animals, among other animal lovers are also anxious. Tune in to my conversation with Dr. Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM, DACVPM. Dr. Chatfield specializes in infectious disease and together we ai...

48 MINMAR 17
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Anything Pawsible Episode 6 Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Your Pets: What You Need to Know. A Conversation with Dr. Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM, DACVPM

Anything Pawsible Episode 5 What Does a Veterinarian Look Like? A Conversation with Dr. Quicksall of the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association (MCVMA)

‘When is the doctor coming in?’ Some clients have preconceived notions of what a veterinarians looks like and they can be a bit stupefied when they see the unexpected. This can make a veterinarian feel like an outsider in the profession that they love. The Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association aims to change that. This is an eye-opening conversation with Dr. Marie Quicksall, founding member of the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association. This discussion traverses a vast array of topics regarding multiculturalism in the field including how bias in veterinary medicine can influence patient care, the veterinary-client relationship, and well being in the workplace. The goals of the organization are to improve communication between different cultures in the field and reinforce the power of representation. According to the 2017 Bureau of Labor Statistics report "Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Ethnicity," about 92 percent of the veterinarians in the U.S. are white. M...

49 MINFEB 24
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Anything Pawsible Episode 5 What Does a Veterinarian Look Like? A Conversation with Dr. Quicksall of the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association (MCVMA)

Anything Pawsible Episode 4 WILDHOOD: The Epic Journey from Adolescence to Adulthood in Humans and Other Animals

We are truly connected. There are dozens of examples of the power of the human-animal bond. The outstanding authors Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathyrn Bowers have a new book that will change the way we understand the human- animal connection. In their book, the intersectionality of human and animal behavior is analyzed through the prism of adolescence. The premise of the book is both novel and genius: from young hyenas to awkward teenagers, adolescents of all species share many of the same characteristics.

61 MINJAN 29
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Anything Pawsible Episode 4 WILDHOOD: The Epic Journey from Adolescence to Adulthood in Humans and Other Animals

Anything Pawsible Episode 3 What Diseases Can Humans Transmit to Animals? And Other Emerging Infectious Diseases with Dr. Tony Goldberg

"What diseases can I catch from my dog?" You've probably heard someone ask that question before. In fact, you may have even contemplated or researched it for yourself. But what diseases can we give to animals? In the wake of chimpanzee respiratory disease outbreaks, Giardia transmission in African wild dogs, and human MRSA transmission to animals, reverse zoonosis (diseases humans pass to animals) is important to discuss. Compared to classic zoonotic disease transmission (animals to humans), reverse zoonosis is a far less researched topic but that is changing thanks to the tireless research by a team of researchers dedicated to protecting the health of all species. In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Tony Goldberg, a veterinary epidemiologist that doggedly pursues and fights infectious disease. This is a discussion that covers past, present, and future research on emerging diseases including a discussion on reverse zoonosis. We cover a lot of ground and our dialogue quickly transiti...

55 MINJAN 7
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Anything Pawsible Episode 3 What Diseases Can Humans Transmit to Animals? And Other Emerging Infectious Diseases with Dr. Tony Goldberg

Anything Pawsible Episode 2 Obesity: A Pet Health Crisis with Dr. Ernie Ward

Pet obesity is an under discussed health crisis. This condition is a significant health and welfare problem for dogs and cats and it often goes under diagnosed. Following recent studies showing that approximately 40 percent of pets are overweight, obesity is now the most common medical disorder of companion animals and a major welfare concern. It is now at epidemic proportions in the US and other industrialized countries. In some ways, this parallels the human population, which further highlights the depth of the human-animal bond. Obesity is defined as an increase in fat tissue amount sufficient to contribute to disease. Dogs and cats weighing 10–19% more than optimal weight for their breed are considered overweight; those weighing 20% or more above the optimum weight are considered obese. In this episode, we are joined by Dr Ernie Ward to discuss the causes of this pet health crisis and what we can do to win the fight against pet obesity. We also tackle some of the myths and misc...

62 MIN2019 NOV 20
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Anything Pawsible Episode 2 Obesity: A Pet Health Crisis with Dr. Ernie Ward

Anything Pawsible Episode 1 Marijuana Medicine: Veterinary Cannabis with Dr. Trina Hazzah

You've probably seen the signs, the social media posts, and the dispensaries. Medical marijuana is on the rise. With a 20 billion dollar economic impact, the marijuana industry is growing at a record pace. This episode, Dr. Trina Hazzah, a board certified oncologist, herbalist and integrative medicine specialist, will discuss the safety and benefits of medical marijuana in animals. We'll also touch on the current legal hurdles facing the veterinary community, and considerations for choosing the right cannabis preparations to successfully treat specific medical conditions.

59 MIN2019 SEP 21
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Anything Pawsible Episode 1 Marijuana Medicine: Veterinary Cannabis with Dr. Trina Hazzah
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Latest Episodes

Anything Pawsible Episode 8 When Work-Life Balance Loses Its Balance. (And How to Fix It) with Josh Vaisman, Positive Psychology Strategist, CCFP, MAPPCP (PgC)

Happiness in the workplace. We’re all striving to achieve it and for some of us every day can be a challenge. As caregivers, we naturally prioritize care for others and frequently neglect taking care of ourselves. Our mental health eventually suffers which is one reason why so many veterinarians experience emotional distress in the workplace. That’s why veterinary medicine as a profession is working so hard to better understand how to improve workplace well being. The urgency of the moment is particularly acute with studies indicating that veterinarians are much more likely than non-veterinarians to think about suicide and 2.7 times more likely to attempt it. Learning to spot signs of distress and manage the emotional demands of the job are tremendously important. My conversation with positive psychology strategist, Josh Vaisman is extremely illuminating. He discusses burnout, if work-life balance is real, and how to help cultivate environments in which veterinary professionals can thrive. Whether you’re a veterinary health professional or just want to be happy at your job, this is a conversation you need to hear.

60 MINAPR 22
Comments
Anything Pawsible Episode 8 When Work-Life Balance Loses Its Balance. (And How to Fix It) with Josh Vaisman, Positive Psychology Strategist, CCFP, MAPPCP (PgC)

Anything Pawsible Episode 7 Veterinary Donates Urgent Medical Supplies to Florida During COVID Pandemic with NAVC

Veterinarians have been asked to donate vital supplies to coronavirus fight. The NAVC (North American Veterinary Community) stepped up and joined the fight by making a large donation to the Florida Department of Health. Thousands of sets of medical shoe covers, hundreds of masks, isolation and surgical gowns, medical head covers, gloves, other personal protective equipment and medical-grade disinfection solutions were repurposed to help protect those on the front lines. But we don't stop there, in this conversation, I am joined by NAVC's CEO, Gene O'Neil as we talk about VMX, one of the largest veterinary conferences in the world, NAVC's expanding outreach to the veterinary community, and their expanding media portfolio. Enjoy an eye-opening conversation about the philanthropic power of large organizations as they help those in need.

39 MINMAR 31
Comments
Anything Pawsible Episode 7 Veterinary Donates Urgent Medical Supplies to Florida During COVID Pandemic with NAVC

Anything Pawsible Episode 6 Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Your Pets: What You Need to Know. A Conversation with Dr. Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM, DACVPM

Novel Coronavirus. COVID -19. Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 ( SARS-CoV-2) It’s currently dominating the deadlines and there is widespread concern around the world. Unfortunately, there is some degree of panic in some areas and sadly, the number of cases is climbing with over 145,000 cases confirmed including over 5,400 deaths. This situation is developing rapidly and updates are being provided at breakneck speed so those numbers are expected to change. The outpouring of love and concern for all family members - including those of a different species -- has been heartening to see. There have been a flood of questions related to whether pet parents should be concerned about their loved ones at home regarding COVID-19. Those who have working animals, service animals, and farm animals, among other animal lovers are also anxious. Tune in to my conversation with Dr. Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM, DACVPM. Dr. Chatfield specializes in infectious disease and together we ai...

48 MINMAR 17
Comments
Anything Pawsible Episode 6 Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Your Pets: What You Need to Know. A Conversation with Dr. Jenifer Chatfield, DVM, DACZM, DACVPM

Anything Pawsible Episode 5 What Does a Veterinarian Look Like? A Conversation with Dr. Quicksall of the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association (MCVMA)

‘When is the doctor coming in?’ Some clients have preconceived notions of what a veterinarians looks like and they can be a bit stupefied when they see the unexpected. This can make a veterinarian feel like an outsider in the profession that they love. The Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association aims to change that. This is an eye-opening conversation with Dr. Marie Quicksall, founding member of the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association. This discussion traverses a vast array of topics regarding multiculturalism in the field including how bias in veterinary medicine can influence patient care, the veterinary-client relationship, and well being in the workplace. The goals of the organization are to improve communication between different cultures in the field and reinforce the power of representation. According to the 2017 Bureau of Labor Statistics report "Labor Force Characteristics by Race and Ethnicity," about 92 percent of the veterinarians in the U.S. are white. M...

49 MINFEB 24
Comments
Anything Pawsible Episode 5 What Does a Veterinarian Look Like? A Conversation with Dr. Quicksall of the Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association (MCVMA)

Anything Pawsible Episode 4 WILDHOOD: The Epic Journey from Adolescence to Adulthood in Humans and Other Animals

We are truly connected. There are dozens of examples of the power of the human-animal bond. The outstanding authors Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathyrn Bowers have a new book that will change the way we understand the human- animal connection. In their book, the intersectionality of human and animal behavior is analyzed through the prism of adolescence. The premise of the book is both novel and genius: from young hyenas to awkward teenagers, adolescents of all species share many of the same characteristics.

61 MINJAN 29
Comments
Anything Pawsible Episode 4 WILDHOOD: The Epic Journey from Adolescence to Adulthood in Humans and Other Animals

Anything Pawsible Episode 3 What Diseases Can Humans Transmit to Animals? And Other Emerging Infectious Diseases with Dr. Tony Goldberg

"What diseases can I catch from my dog?" You've probably heard someone ask that question before. In fact, you may have even contemplated or researched it for yourself. But what diseases can we give to animals? In the wake of chimpanzee respiratory disease outbreaks, Giardia transmission in African wild dogs, and human MRSA transmission to animals, reverse zoonosis (diseases humans pass to animals) is important to discuss. Compared to classic zoonotic disease transmission (animals to humans), reverse zoonosis is a far less researched topic but that is changing thanks to the tireless research by a team of researchers dedicated to protecting the health of all species. In this episode, I am joined by Dr. Tony Goldberg, a veterinary epidemiologist that doggedly pursues and fights infectious disease. This is a discussion that covers past, present, and future research on emerging diseases including a discussion on reverse zoonosis. We cover a lot of ground and our dialogue quickly transiti...

55 MINJAN 7
Comments
Anything Pawsible Episode 3 What Diseases Can Humans Transmit to Animals? And Other Emerging Infectious Diseases with Dr. Tony Goldberg

Anything Pawsible Episode 2 Obesity: A Pet Health Crisis with Dr. Ernie Ward

Pet obesity is an under discussed health crisis. This condition is a significant health and welfare problem for dogs and cats and it often goes under diagnosed. Following recent studies showing that approximately 40 percent of pets are overweight, obesity is now the most common medical disorder of companion animals and a major welfare concern. It is now at epidemic proportions in the US and other industrialized countries. In some ways, this parallels the human population, which further highlights the depth of the human-animal bond. Obesity is defined as an increase in fat tissue amount sufficient to contribute to disease. Dogs and cats weighing 10–19% more than optimal weight for their breed are considered overweight; those weighing 20% or more above the optimum weight are considered obese. In this episode, we are joined by Dr Ernie Ward to discuss the causes of this pet health crisis and what we can do to win the fight against pet obesity. We also tackle some of the myths and misc...

62 MIN2019 NOV 20
Comments
Anything Pawsible Episode 2 Obesity: A Pet Health Crisis with Dr. Ernie Ward

Anything Pawsible Episode 1 Marijuana Medicine: Veterinary Cannabis with Dr. Trina Hazzah

You've probably seen the signs, the social media posts, and the dispensaries. Medical marijuana is on the rise. With a 20 billion dollar economic impact, the marijuana industry is growing at a record pace. This episode, Dr. Trina Hazzah, a board certified oncologist, herbalist and integrative medicine specialist, will discuss the safety and benefits of medical marijuana in animals. We'll also touch on the current legal hurdles facing the veterinary community, and considerations for choosing the right cannabis preparations to successfully treat specific medical conditions.

59 MIN2019 SEP 21
Comments
Anything Pawsible Episode 1 Marijuana Medicine: Veterinary Cannabis with Dr. Trina Hazzah
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