Dr. Mary Sebzda–veterinarian extraordinaire

by | Jun 21, 2004

Local veterinarian extraordinaire  Dr. Mary Sebzda–the only guest thus far to make multiple appearances on “Talking Animals”–returns to discuss and answer caller questions about such Summer pet concerns as greater vigilance against fleas, higher incidence of allergies, and tips for traveling with animals by plane or car. She also discussed various facets of microchips, addressed whether you should try to remove “gunk” from a cat’s ear and explained the pitfalls of asking a vet to prescribe–or even OK–a medication over the phone. [www.newportharborvets.com]
COMEDY CORNER: Jeff Wayne’s “When Animals Attack Humans” [www.JeffWayne.com, www.UproarComedyCD.com]
MUSIC: Kid Creole & The Coconuts’ “Animal Crackers,” James Mathus’ “Nightingale,” PJ Harvey’s “Cat On The Wall,”  instrumentals
NAME THAT ANIMAL TUNE: Jim Stafford’s “Spiders & Snakes”

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