A couple of years ago, the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and Animal Planet teamed up to create a new series called Cute Baby Animals, to help pet owners make more informed decisions about the pets they buy.
Today, the two groups have a new pet-related podcast called Baby Animals in the Garden, which focuses on how to keep your pet’s life as normal as possible.
The series will launch on Friday with the launch of the show’s first episode, titled “How to Get Rid of Cute Babies.”
The series was created by HUSS senior policy adviser, Jennifer Koppel.
“I’m a big fan of animals,” Koppell said in an interview with NPR.
“When I was in college, I studied animal welfare at Cornell and I had a love for animals, and I thought that animal welfare was important.
I think it’s really important to understand what an animal is, why they’re there, and how they’re treated.
So, I think that the series will give a lot of people a deeper understanding of what they can expect from their pets.”
“What you’re seeing with the series is that we’ve actually been able to build a more nuanced picture of what the pets that people buy are,” Koper told NPR.
That’s because pets are more than just cute and cuddly, and their health is also important.
“It’s important for people to understand that pets have to be treated humanely, because pets have very complex needs,” Kopers said.
“There’s a very broad range of things that can cause problems, and you need to make sure that you have access to a veterinary team that can deal with the problems that you’re having.”
Pets can also have other health problems, such as urinary and respiratory problems.
“A pet can have an allergy to a lot, or they can have allergies to a specific substance that can affect their health, or if they’re having dental problems,” KOPPEL said.
The show also includes a list of guidelines for pet owners.
“These are really good ideas, and if you’re just starting out, you can probably find something that works for you,” Kopper said.
But it’s not just about keeping pets healthy, KOPPER said.
KOPOPEL noted that there’s an entire community of pet owners who believe pets should be used for educational purposes.
“You’re going to find pet owners that are actually using their pets for educational purpose and are really trying to teach them about human health and veterinary care,” K OPPEL told NPR in an email.
“If they don’t have a pet, that’s their only option.”
The show is a collaboration between the HSUS, Animal Planet, and KOPPL.
The new show will be hosted by PBS and will feature interviews with some of the top veterinarians in the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates, as well as people who have spent time with animals.
The goal of the new series is to bring the animal-care community together and to bring awareness about the importance of the health of pets, K OPPL said.