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Episode 7 - Homeopathy and Homeopathic Remedies

Animal Professionals

Release Date: 08/22/2017

Episode 129 - Yvonne Wallace Blane show art Episode 129 - Yvonne Wallace Blane

Animal Professionals

Yvonne has been a wildlife rehabilitator and educator since co-founding Fellow Mortals with Steve Blane in 1985. She graduated from UW-Wisconsin Whitewater with a B.A. in English and an individualized minor in Earth Sciences. Yvonne currently acts as Executive Director, Director of Rehabilitation, Grantwriter, Social Media and Online Fundraising Professional and Advanced Wildlife Rehabilitator. Fellow Mortals has provided care for 50,000 individual wild birds and mammals to date. Her specialties are captive care of aerial insectivores, including common nighthawk and chimney swift, and the use...

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Episode 128 - Carol Novello show art Episode 128 - Carol Novello

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Carol Novello is the founder of Mutual Rescue and author of “Mutual Rescue: How Adopting a Homeless Animal Can Save You, Too”. Mutual Rescue is a national initiative that highlights the connection between people and pets in order to inspire and support life-saving efforts in communities across the nation and world. Mutual Rescue’s first short film, “Eric & Peety,” went viral around the globe and has been viewed more than 100 million times. A former senior software executive at Intuit, Carol earned her MBA from Harvard Business School and is proud to include several rescue animals...

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Episode 127 - Kelly Rutkowski show art Episode 127 - Kelly Rutkowski

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Kelly Rutkowski is determined to help make the world a better place for chickens. She is the founder of Adopt a Bird Network and PoultryDVM.com. Adopt a Bird Network is a non-profit dedicated to promoting the presence of the forgotten birds (especially chickens) in animal shelters across the United States. PoultryDVM.com is an online resource for pet chicken owners to go to which provides interactive tools, infographics, and case stories to help promote veterinary care. Kelly travels to animal shelters across the United States and puts on backyard chicken care workshops for local communities,...

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Episode 126 - Michelle Proulx show art Episode 126 - Michelle Proulx

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Michelle started volunteering with W.O.L.F. in 2005 and was hired on as staff after her graduation from Colorado State University, with a BS in Zoology, in 2008. She currently is the Director of Animal Care and Educational Programs at the Sanctuary and enjoys all aspects of animal care with a special interest in the rehabilitation of W.O.L.F.’s rescues.

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Episode 125 - Helena Lundblad show art Episode 125 - Helena Lundblad

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Helena Lundblad is the founder and president of Magical Creatures of Hamakua, a sanctuary for farmed animals on the Big Island of Hawaii. The volunteer-run sanctuary is a registered nonprofit organization and has since the opening in 2018 grown to today house 62 animals, all of which were rescued from abuse, neglect or endangering situations. Besides caring for rescued animals, the sanctuary offers tours to the public and is also working on an outreach program to bring to school classes around the island. The goal is to inspire change in the way society views and treats animals by sharing...

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Episode 124 - Mike Greenberg show art Episode 124 - Mike Greenberg

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Dr. Mike Greenberg is Maddie's Fund's Director of Outreach Programs. A shelter veterinarian, he has worked clinically and as a consultant for multiple public and private animal shelters throughout the United States. He is based in Nashville, TN where he helped to start Pet Community Center, a shelter intake prevention organization. Mike has a particular interest in helping animal welfare organizations increase their lifesaving efficiency. He created Maddie's Shelter Compass to enable more organizations to figure out what they need to do to work smarter, not harder.

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Episode 123 - Steve Koyle show art Episode 123 - Steve Koyle

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Steve Koyle has spent more than 29 years caring for animals, the last 17 years specializing in elephant care. He dedicated his life to improving elephant lives globally and established Elephant Care Unchained after his eye-opening experience in India as a skilled volunteer for wildlife rescues. Currently, he travels around the world visiting facilities where elephants reside, providing hands-on care to them, improving their welfare standards and leading workshops and seminars to anyone who is responsible for the direct or indirect care of elephants.

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Episode 122 - Suzanne Smith show art Episode 122 - Suzanne Smith

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Suzanne Smith has worked with marine mammals for over 30 years. Her career began at the world-renowned New England Aquarium where she was fortunate enough to gain experience with marine mammal strandings and training, dive teams, and the fishes departments. Currently, she serves as the Executive Director of the ARDCF. Suzanne’s project with the Amazon river dolphins has earned her awards in conservation. She has a passion for marine mammals and is a strong advocate for environmental conservation.

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Episode 121 - Tom Van Winkle show art Episode 121 - Tom Van Winkle

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Tom believes that the most important part of their job is to repair and strengthen the bond between humans and their pets. The mission at Hinsdale Humane Society is to eradicate animal homelessness by providing a temporary safe haven for homeless animals until a forever family can be located and operating programs to keep pets from becoming homeless in the first place. They accomplish this mission in many ways including pet adoptions, low-cost spay/neuter services for other rescues, humane education, pet therapy, and obedience classes.

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Episode 120 - Shannon Reedy show art Episode 120 - Shannon Reedy

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Shannon Reedy is a zoo professional with nearly 26 years of experience. She is currently the Education Specialist with the Miller Park Zoo in Bloomington, IL where they have over 6,500 individuals in their programs with approximately 250 students participating in their Junior Zookeeper program each year. She believes it’s important to make informed and educated opinions, particularly when there are many strong voices around. She is passionate about educating the next generation and is a mom of several rescue dogs!

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We talked with Dr. Jody Bearman who graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a BS in Bacteriology and from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine with a DVM. Dr. Jody tells us how she switched from traditional western medicine to homeopathy, what homeopathic remedies animal rescue professionals should have on hand, how can people incorporate homeopathic practices at home with their pets and much more! To learn more about Dr. Jody and her practice you can go here, www.anshenvet.com