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This week on Animal Instinct, guest host Denise Herman takes over for Celia and welcomes Juliet Sternberg to talk about a topic that has no doubt touched us all: losing a pet. Juliette is a Licensed Master Social Worker and is also the founder and practice director at Hope Veterinary Clinic. Juliet shares how she came to find that palliative care for terminally diagnosed pets was a real need for many people. Many times when a pet is terminally ill, it is assumed that the pet should be put to sleep immediately. Today, it is common for many to consider pets as real members of the family. With this in mind, Juliet has found that many owners need more time to cope with the loss of the pet and to say goodbye. Denise talks with Juliet about the advancements of pet medicine and pain management, and that these issues now are vastly different than they were even a decade ago. Tune in for an important episode that can help you learn to manage the grief that comes along with the loss of a pet. This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"We realized what a need there was for veterinarians to get together with social workers to help both the human and the pet at the same time." [4:25]

"Essentially veterinary medicine is pediatric medicine because you're treating the 'child' of the family." [8:20]

--Juliet Sternberg on Animal Instinct


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A Message from Jacquie Berger, Executive Director of Just Food.

Greetings Just Food Stories listeners! Summer is the busy season for Just Food and our partners: farmers are farming, gardeners are gardening, market managers and market managing - you get the idea. So we have to say good-bye for the summer, but we will miss you! When you find yourself missing us too, we hope you will enjoy listening to archived episodes on heritageradionetwork.org, or come and find us in person! We would love to help you find a food project in your community, or start your own Just Food Story. To support our work or find out more about how Just Food can support you, visit our website at justfood.org.

Many thanks again - hope to see you soon!

Jacquie Berger
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It took a village to produce New School Cuisine: Nutritional and Seasonal Recipes for School Cooks by School Cooks. This pioneering new book features 78 rigorously tested, fully reimbursable dishes that Vermont children have enthusiastically voted for with their sporks. “The final ingredients added to each recipe,” write the authors, “are dedication, tenacity, patience and kindness. These ingredients infuse the recipes with the hope that we can change lives by helping our students understand food, enjoy food and choose foods that support lifelong health.” This program was brought to you by Brooklyn Slate.

"I can't open a cookbook now without having a deep appreciation for the people who put it together. Now we know what goes into making somebody's recipe usable for other people." [11:00]

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