On this episode we talk about: the Ranch, why Siberians end up in shelters, over breeding, a program in Europe that requires breeders to be licensed, and some very important tips to own a Siberian Husky and much much more.
We also share the heartwarming story of Flippy and Hero!
Join host, Dorothy Wills-Raftery as she brings you The Sibe Vibe.
On this episode we speak to Dr. Spatt of WoundWear, Inc the #1 canine cruciate brace in the world, along with sevral guests to talk about the product and its uses in ACL and other leg injuries in dogs.
Dr. Spatt, the founder and CEO of WoundWear, Inc is a physician specializing in human reconstructive foot and ankle surgery. Dr. Spatt’s interest in developing veterinary products stems from his background in surgery and biomechanics, and his true love of animals.
At WoundWear, Inc. they believe that pet owners want to provide the same quality and compassion to their pet’s health care as they would to any other family member. Therefore, their mission at WoundWear, Inc. is to apply a humanistic approach to all of our product development.
Anker is the writer and director of the documentary film, Icebound which tells the story of the 1925 serum run where a dog sled relay brought life saving diphtheria anti-toxin to the people in a far-off, inaccessible land in Nome, Alaska.
Here is the trailer to Icebound
On this episode we get to know each of the dogs that make up the Five Sibes. We share stories about Harley, Gibson, Wolfie, Chole and Bandit.
We also talk about upcoming projects including Getting Fit With Harley and more!
Photo credit: Jenn Raftery