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caseynatgeoHour 1 – The new series America the Wild with Casey Anderson, premiered Sunday, March 11, 2012, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Nat Geo WILD. It’s now on Mondays at 9pm and Casey stops by to talk with Jeff  about how he gets up close to lizards, vultures, grizzly bears, rattlesnakes and other elusive and endangered species. From the Arctic cold to the scorching Grand Canyon desert, Casey goes to learn how these animals adapt and survive in their sometimes brutal and unforgiving ecosystems. It’s just the next “job” of this adventurer and his wingman to a 900-pound grizzly bear best friend named Brutus. Jeff discusses his trip to Ohio State University Center of Veterinary Medicine to get a diagnosis and treatment for the seizures that Butch started having in January. Late stage seizures like the ones he has been having are not good and are generally caused by one of three things, a lesion on his skull from hitting his head, idiopathic epilepsy, or a brain tumor. As none of these are desirable for any pet, epilepsy is treatable and pets can live normal happy lives for many years. Listen in for the results.

Hour 2 – California’s Game Wardens are back for a second season of Wild Justice on the National Geographic Channel Sunday at 10pm ET/PT— and they’re goal is to better explain the difference between hunters and poachers. Patrick Foy is a Game Warden at the California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) stationed in Sacramento and he joins Jeff to discuss how he goes on regular patrol for game in season in the Sacramento region such as deer, waterfowl, doves, salmon, sturgeon, and many others.  Jeff discusses that fact that although Butch came from a decent lineage he still has genetic disorders. His newly found brain tumor may or may not be a result of this. Now, how this relates to the poor breeding of dogs that are held captive in many puppy mills around the countryis obvious. You should do as much research as you possibly can before buying a purebred puppy. Rely on reputable breeders and breed rescue groups for your information on a specific breed or you can easily end up with a heartbreaking situation where a puppy only lives a few years then develops a life ending situation. The Chicken Jerky fight continues and it could be tied to 3 major brands, listen in to the news and announcements for more info. Jeff makes Butch’s Jerky from meat purchased at his local grocierie store…this is the only way to be sure your pet is getting safe jerky…and it’s so easy to do there is no reason not to do it yourself.

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