Hey Pet Parents! New Podcast & Matching Blog. (Podcast episode 1)

Hello!  I'm Susan Frank. I know it’s been awhile since you’ve heard from us. We’re happy to announce that we now have a new podcast. Introducing, "Raising Your Paws," your go-to pet parent resource, along with this brand new website. Our blog will accompany and expand on things we talk about in the podcast episodes.

Please give our podcast a listen! It’s designed for you, the pet parent and offers quick tips and practical solutions for caring for your four-legged family members – cats and dogs.

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I’m hosting the podcast and writing this blog. Here's a photo of me and my dog, Rosy. She's a Shetland Sheepdog/German Shephard mix. 6 years old. 

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You'll be hearing some stories about her as we cover topics such as "why do our pets do what they do," the reasons for their mystifying behaviors. You'll know what to do about their actions and how to best meet the needs of our canine and feline family members while still maintaining a happy and sane household.

I welcome your comments and questions about our blog postings and the podcast –  and now will be responding regularly to them. If you’re not sure what a podcast is or how to get one or listen to it, here is what to do.

A podcast is a talk radio show that you get on the internet and can listen to any time you want. There are two ways to listen. Through a website, (called streaming) or by downloading a podcast. Downloading saves it on your phone, tablet or computer so that you can listen anytime even without an internet connection.

To Stream it: From our website, Raising Your Paws.com, click the play button in the box at the top of the page. 

To download: Get it delivered to your phone or tablet each week using an app.

On iphones and ipads, Use the podcast app. (newer devices have it already installed)

Find us on iTunes

If you don’t have the app, you get this from the App store.  You do need to have an account with itunes. So either sign in to your account or open one. Simple, create user name and password. Then go to the app store. Type podcasts in search field. Tap purple podcasts app and tap get to download the app. Open the podcast app, and use the search field to find Raising Your Paws, and when you get to our page, hit subscribe.

Please also rate and review our episodes. To do this, tap reviews. Then you will make up a user name, and can tap how many stars to give the podcast and leave comments on what you think of the podcast.  

On Android phones and tablets

Find us on Stitcher
 

If you do not have the Stitcher app, go to Google Play and install the Stitcher app. Once in Stitcher, use the search button to find Raising Your Paws. Click the plus icon (+) found on the right upper corner to add it to your favorites list. Now go to the favorites list. Tell it to download new episodes by clicking the gear in the upper right hand corner. Enjoy listening.

Even though there will be references to the podcast here, this blog will still stand on its own offering cute photos, and fun and helpful insights and articles about your beloved cats and dogs plus news about our company and products.

We're celebrating our new podcast launch with a bonus reward!  You can be the lucky winner of 6 months worth of free NutriSource pet food by listening to, subscribing, rating and reviewing one of our first five podcast episodes. Enter the drawing by clicking the button on the header of this page.

 

Resources for Episode 1.  – Should You Get Pet Health Insurance & A Necessary Pet First Aid Emergency Number. 

ASPCA Poison Control Hotline phone number – 888-426-4435.

Order Dr. Kenney's book, Pet Health Insurance. A Veterinarians Perspective.

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Dr. Kenney’s Website and Blog.

Pet Health Insurance Tool Kit.

Dr. Kenney’s Podcast: Pet Insurance Guide.

 

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