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Host : Susan Frank
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The Wild about Pets show presents interviews with leading authors, experts and personalities all revolving around the world of household pets and wild animals. There is no limit to the number of topics that will be discussed and the show will be punctuated with engaging mini features such as "Is that a fact" offering fun and often little known facts about animals.

This radio show is unusual in that it has a visual counterpart in the form of the website. This allows visitors not only to listen but to also see photographs of the animals being spoken about and find recorded information and resources referenced in the show.

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Recent Episodes

Meet Your Pet's Real Needs: Lessons From the Wild
How can you make sure your dog or cat is living the healthiest and happiest life possible? Surprisingly, the answer can be very simple and lies in what their wild heritage tells you. Susan's guest this week, is the renowned veterinarian Dr. Barbara Royal, author of the new book, The Royal Treatment: A Natural Approach to Wildly Healthy Pets. You won't want to miss the helpful tips and great advice she has learned in her career of working with both zoo animals and household pets!

Why Adopting your dog is better than buying
Are you thinking about getting a puppy or a particular breed and feel the only way to get one is by going to a breeder or pet shop? Do you worry that if you go to a animal shelter for your pet, the dog will always come with major problems? Today, in honor of's online event, Pet 'Net 2012 Adoption event, we'll learn all the reasons why adopting can be just the answer to getting a great dog. Susan's guest this week is
Victoria Schade, dog trainer and author and we'll talk about the misunderstandings and truth about the animals in shelters, and how to successfully train an adopted pet.

Behind the Scenes Story of the Infamous Michael Vick Dogs
Whatever happened to the dogs confiscated from Michael Vick's dog fighting operation? Is it true that pit bulls are used in fighting because they are natural born killers and as a breed to be feared and avoided? What is dog fighting all about in the first place? Susan's guest is Jim Gorant, a senior editor at Sports Illustrated and the author of The Lost Dogs: Michael Vick's Dogs and Their Tale of Rescue and Redemption Today, you'll learn the truth about pit bulls, dog fighting, what the Vick dogs experienced at his compound, how they avoided almost certain death after being taken and where they are today.
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