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Bees are incredible creatures. They're the topic this week on Animal Instinct as host Celia Kutcher is joined by bee enthusiast David Graves. David explains how bees make honey, what it means to be a "beekeeper", and why bees are so special to him. From artificial insemination of Queen bees to rooftop beekeeping - get the inside scoop on these precious pollinators on an un-bee-lieveable episode of Animal Instinct. This program was sponsored by Brooklyn Cares Vet.

"It's possible that the electomagnetic field frequencies are messing with the honeybees orientation and they're becoming disoriented" [20:00]

--David Graces on Animal Instinct


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What is it like at an emergency veterinary office? Amy Lubinski, Manager at Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners, joins Celia Kutcher on this week's episode of Animal Instinct to discuss the ins and outs of emergency care for animals and pets. Find out what a day in the life of Amy is like and get some insight into animal treatment and what makes it such a difficult task. This program was brought to you by Brooklyn Cares Vet.

"Many of the drugs, machines and fluids [at animal hospitals] are the same as you'd see at the [regular] emergency room...Pet insurance frees up our doctors to give the gold standard in care without worrying about cost to the owner." [34:00]

"Preparation is the key to most emergencies. There's a small margin of error between safety and otherwise in New York." [37:00]

--Amy Lubinski on Animal Instinct


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Ever consider goats as backyard pets? You will after today's episode of Animal Instinct, as host Celia Kutcher chats with Dr. Tatiana Stanton, a member of the Cornell University Sheep and Goat Extension Program. In her spare time, Tatiana maintains a small, pasture-based herd of 40 meat goat does. She has worked as a goat/hair sheep consultant for various nonprofit organizations in the Caribbean and Central America training both new and experienced farmers in sheep and goat management. Within the United States, Tatiana has also worked as a herdsperson for commercial goat dairies and the International Dairy Goat Research Center at Prairie View, Texas. She gives an A-Z breakdown of what it means to keep a goat as a pet - from breeding to behavior. Today's program was brought to you by Brooklyn Cares Vet.

"Unlike us, goats get most of their carbohydrate energy from fibers. It's the most important feed for them." [10:00]

"If you choose a really rare breed of goat and you want to keep that breed pure you might have a lot of difficulty finding a male goat that's unrelated." [21:00]

--Tatiana Stanton on Animal Instinct


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