Sirius Radio Pet Hosts
If you love pets, chances are you've listened to the very fun and informative pet shows on Martha Stewart Living Radio (Sirius channel 112 and XM channel 157).
Marc is co-owner of Parrots of the World, Ltd in Rockville Centre, New York. He appears regularly on "The Martha Stewart Show," and hosts "The Pet Shop with Marc Morrone" on the Lifeskool cable channel and "Ask the Pet Keeper" on Martha Stewart Living Radio. Marc focuses on practical pet care for all companion animals, including birds, fish, and exotics. Marc aims to teach people that all animals -- whether furred, feathered, or 'phibious -- deserve the best possible care.
Dr. Marty Goldstein
Dr. Martin Goldstein (Dr. Marty) is an integrative veterinarian. At his South Salem, New York, practice, he combines conventional and holistic medicine for optimal pet wellness. He specializes in critically ill dogs and cats whose human guardians feel they've exhausted conventional treatments. Dr. Marty earned his DVM at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in Ithaca, New York. Listen to his radio show, "Ask Martha's Vet," and read his book, "The Nature of Animal Healing," to learn all about animal care.
Tracie Hotchner is an accomplished author of books on three different species and the host of "Cat Chat," where you learn everything about living with your cats. Her pet books include: "The Dog Bible: Everything Your Dog Wants You to Know" and "The Cat Bible: Everything Your Cat Wants You to Know." She also hosts a radio dog show on the NPR affiliate WLIU-FM.
Dr. Shawn Messonnier
Dr. Shawn Messonnier is the host of "The Natural Vet" and a graduate of Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Messonnier is an integrative veterinarian whose special interests include exotic pets, dermatology, and animal behavior. His books include: "The Natural Health Bible for Dogs and Cats,""The Allergy Solution for Dogs,""The Natural Vet's Guide to Preventing and Treating Cancer in Dogs," and "8 Weeks to a Healthy Dog."
As a member of Bark Busters and the host of "It's a Dog's Life," Greg Kleva's techniques are based on motivational training and instinctual behavior communication. Greg has been mentioned in several publications, including the New York Times, Franchising World magazine, and the Animal Companion. Greg is also a certified Canine Good Citizen Evaluator by the American Kennel Club.
Whether you're a dog lover or a cat cuddler, tips for pet training, care, and craft-wear from "The Martha Stewart Show" will keep your four-legged friends in tip-top shape.
Special thanks to Three Rivers Press and Gotham Books for giving "Natural Health Bible For Dogs and Cats" and "The Cat Bible: Everything Your Cat Expects You To Know" to our studio audience.