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Taped in front of a studio audience, the weekly series "Pet Talk" provides animal owners with vital information to successfully care for their furry, feathered, or scaled friends. Guiding the conversation with pet news, advice and personal stories from viewers and audience members are veterinarians Tina Olivieri and Courtney Campbell and wildlife expert David Mizejewski. Recurring guests include biologists, authors, grooming specialists, pet food chefs and animal celebrities. Andre Millan, the oldest son of popular dog behaviorist Cesar Millan, appears as a field reporter.

Latest episodes

aired 590 days ago
A look at pets' quirks.
aired 597 days ago
Surprising tips and tricks for dog owners.
aired 604 days ago
Practical solutions for pet owners who don't pick up poop, excessive barking and more.
aired 608 days ago
New solutions for your pet's worst habits.
aired 615 days ago
The three biggest mistakes pet owners make and how to avoid them.
aired 622 days ago
Practical solutions to embarrassing pet questions.

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