loves its pets. Studies show that until the age of 6, roughly
80% of childrens’ dreams are about animals. 62% of US households
own a pet, some 70 million cats and 65 million dogs.
all these pets and their owners share is that a trip to the vet
can be unsettling. Is Fluffy’s hair loss something serious?
Are fleas the reason behind Fido’s itching or is he signaling
he’s got a life threatening illness?
now, pet owners concerned about their animal’s wellness
had only dense veterinary books to rely on to decide whether or
not to make a trip to a vet. And once there, a vet’s verdict
usually comes back without any clue about how it was reached.
DVM will let an audience in on how a vet thinks. From this, pet
owners will learn about the ways that a vet reads their patients’
symptoms and behavior to tell if their animal is well or not.
is centered around veterinarian Tami Theis’ work in her
outpatient practice in suburban Los Angeles, where she conducts
limited exams in an open setting. The shows’ main action
will be anchored by Dr. Tami’s unique ability to give viewers
a window into her thinking when she examines an animal. Her blend
of upbeat, affectionate manner and diagnostic skills attracts
pet owners who appreciate her special ability to de-stress a vet
the right is a short clip Fleck.TV put together introducing