Award-winning actress Miranda Richardson describes the new documentary film she narrates. It’s the story of a female loggerhead turtle's hatching and her two year, 9,000 mile journey around the world, which ends in its original Florida nesting grounds.
Dr. Gary weighs in on dealing with cats that spray indoors; one caller wonders if moving turtles from the middle of a road to a nearby creek is the right thing to do; the owner of an Australian Blue Heeler thinks his pooch is a little too aggressive; and we discuss how to train a dog to use the stairs.
As the oil continues to gush into the Gulf of Mexico, scientists are still scrambling to understand how the disaster will affect the fish, turtles, birds and other animals that call the region home. We get an update from two conservationists who recently traveled to the Gulf, and hear how volunteers can help with the rescue efforts.
Dr. Gary revisits the issue of protecting snapping turtle eggs. An Australian Terrier has developed a sudden and fierce dislike of hydrangea bushes. Plus, the owner of a deaf boxer puppy seeks advice on properly raising his disabled dog.