Advanced Pet Education Videos

Learn from the same experts that teach Hollywood Feed team members. Veterinarians, Certified Trainers, and more.

Advanced Pet Education Videos

Learn from the same experts that teach Hollywood Feed team members. Veterinarians, Certified Trainers, and more.

The Healing Journey: Helping Children Understand & Process Pet Loss

The Healing Journey: Helping Children Understand & Process Pet Loss
Join Certified Pet Loss Professional Coleen Ellis for part three of her three-part series on pet loss. This webinar discusses the challenging landscape of children and other pets in the home experiencing pet loss & how to help guide them through their grief. Whether you’re currently grieving the loss of…

Understanding & Managing Periodontal Disease in Pets

Hollywood Feed Education Understanding & Managing Periodontal Disease in Pets
Join Dr. Greenfield for an informative webinar that will equip you with the knowledge and skills to effectively identify and manage periodontal disease in its varying stages. Periodontal disease is a common yet often overlooked condition that affects the oral health of our beloved pets. In this class, we will…

Bringing A New Pet Home: Basic Training

Hollywood Feed Education Bringing Home a New Pet Basic Training
Bringing a new pet home can be just as overwhelming as it is exciting! Join trainer Jacque Bonéy as he sets the tone for bringing a new pet into your home with effective communication techniques, creating successful schedules, and unpacking myths around socialization.

Mastering Pet Health: A Deep Dive into Gastrointestinal Wellness and Nutrition

Hollywood Feed Education Mastering Pet Health A Deep Dive Into Gastrointestinal Wellness and Nutrition
Join Scott Huggins, the Veterinary Services Lead for North America for Farmina Pet Nutrition, as he discusses the critical role of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract and proper nutrition in maintaining the overall health of our beloved pets. The course highlights the intricate connection between the GI tract and various physiological…

Feline Fulfillment: Mastering Cat Enrichment

Hollywood Feed Education Feline Fulfillment Mastering Cat Enrichment
Join us for an enlightening session with Certified Cat Behavior Consultant, Ingrid Johnson, as she delves into the captivating world of cat enrichment. This class will focus on the unique environmental requirements and enrichment needs of indoor cats. Under Ingrid's expert guidance, you'll gain valuable insights into how to create…

The Healing Journey: Understanding and Processing Pet Loss

Hollywood Feed Education The Healing Journey Understanding and Processing Pet Loss
Join Certified Pet Loss Professional Coleen Ellis as she discusses how to navigate the complexities of grief while honoring your pet's memory. Drawing from her extensive background in companioning those who grieve, Coleen will provide valuable insights into understanding the unique aspects of the grief journey and offer practical strategies…

Paws for Mobility: Understanding Joint Health in Pets

Hollywood Feed Education Paws for Mobility Understanding Joint Health in Pets
Join Dr. Thomas Slattery for a comprehensive seminar on pet joint health, where you'll learn about maintaining your pet's healthy joints, the effects of obesity on joint health, and how to identify signs of joint pain in pets. Our expert speaker will discuss the latest treatments for joint pain and…

Surviving Your Puppy’s Teenage Phase with Trainer Alex Sessa

Hollywood Feed Education Surviving Your Puppys Teenage Phase
A dog's adolescent period can come with unique challenges, such as jumping, counter surfing, barking, and not listening. Join certified trainer Alex Sessa as she discusses how to navigate this developmental phase with training strategies that set your dog up for long-term success and instill a solid training foundation.

Healthy & Homemade: Ingredients that are Safe for Pet Recipes

Hollywood Feed Education Healthy and Homemade Ingredients that are Safe for Pet Recipes
Do you know which ingredients are healthy or harmful for your pets? Join one of our treat experts, Evanthia Martin, as she discusses which ingredients are safe for your pets and which to always avoid. Then, follow along with one of our social media gurus, Erica Sadler, as she shows…

Understanding Your Cat’s Behavior

Theresa L DePorter
Do you think your cat does things out of jealousy or spite? Nope! Join Dr. Theresa DePorter as she discusses what your cat really thinks and examines the social nature of cats, their communication, and the common problems in our homes, such as intercat aggression, destructive scratching, urine marking, and…

Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) and Seizures in Pets: How to Recognize the Symptoms and What to Do

Dr. Gaemia Tracy
Intervertebral disc disease (herniated discs) and seizures are two of the most common emergency situations encountered in veterinary neurology. This discussion will cover how to recognize these conditions, when to seek medical attention, what testing/diagnostics can and should be performed, what treatment options are available, and what to expect from…

How To Be A Muttgyver

Arden Moore
Your cat or dog is injured. No pet first aid kit handy? No problem. In this talk, Pet Health and Safety Coach Arden Moore will show how pet parents can unleash their inner Muttgyvers and use items in the home to provide on-the-scene first aid and to safely transport the…

The Golden Years: How to Care for Your Senior Pet

Shelagh McCaffrey
Navigating how to care for a senior pet can be complicated. Join us as we hear from Dr. Shelagh McCaffrey, who specializes in senior pet care, about how to best support your aging pet's needs through nutrition, home environment, social and emotional stimulation, as well as medical care. Dr. McCaffrey…

Flip the Bag Over: What do Pet Food Labels Really Say?

DR RYAN YAMKA
Join us as we hear from Dr. Ryan Yamka about how to examine pet food packaging to make an educated decision on what is best for your pet. Dr. Yamka will debunk pet food myths and misconceptions while highlighting the different packaging claims included on many dog and cat food…

Cat Habits: Learning to Care For Your Feline Friend

Cat
Join us as we hear from certified cat trainer, Amy Lear, as she breaks down cat behaviors to help us better understand our feline friends. Amy has spent years training both cats & dogs and is excited to teach us all some fun cat tricks, while also helping us to…

Dog Chews: Which Ones are Right for Your Dog?

Woman with her dog
Join us as we hear from one of our treat experts, Evanthia Martin, as she breaks down everything you need to know about dog chews and why finding your pet’s favorite is important. As one of Hollywood Feed’s resident Preventive Controls Qualified Individuals (PCQI), Evanthia has extensive training in food…

Keeping Your Dog Clean: Mats, Tangles, and Brush Recommendations

CHRIS COOPWOOD with his dog
Maintaining your pet’s skin, coat, ears, and nails is important to your pet’s overall health. Whether you take your pet to the groomer regularly or only need to do basic up-keep at home, it’s essential to know what your pet needs and how to use proper techniques when keeping your…

Keeping Your Dog Clean: Tears Stains and Ear Maintenance

CHRIS COOPWOOD with his dog
Maintaining your pet’s skin, coat, ears, and nails is important to your pet’s overall health. Whether you take your pet to the groomer regularly or only need to do basic up-keep at home, it’s essential to know what your pet needs and how to use proper techniques when keeping your…

Separation Anxiety in Dogs

Dana Rebaza and dog
Many of us are heading back to the office after working from home for months, and that could be stressful on the furry family members who have become accustomed to their pet parents being around all day. Join Dana Rebaza, one of only about a hundred Certified separation Anxiety Trainers…

Pet Allergy Awareness

Dr. Tina Brown, DVM MS DIP ACVD, headshot
Does your pet have red, itchy ears or struggle with chronic ear infections that cause discomfort? Join Dr. Tina Brown as she discusses otitis in dogs and cats (an inflammatory condition of the ear canal), potential causes such as allergies, and what treatment options are available to best manage certain…

Primal Pet Foods

Primal Pet Foods INC
Do you want to learn how to help your pets stay healthy and even become the best version of themselves through adding some fun fresh foods? If so, this class may be perfect for you! Join members from Primal Pet Foods who will review the science behind what dogs and…

Pet Emergencies

Amy D'Andrea
If your pet has an emergency, knowing how to react before getting to a vet clinic can make all the difference for your pet’s life. Join Amy D’Andrea as she discusses the basics of animal first aid and how to use the materials in a pet first aid kit. She’ll…

Nothing but the Tooth

Amy Cooper
Maintaining proper oral hygiene is crucial to your dog’s overall well-being. Bad breath can often be the first sign of a dental health issue. Join Dr. Amy Cooper as she discusses the basic anatomy of a dog’s teeth and mouth and ways to spot potential mouth conditions. She’ll also provide…

Surviving Canine Adolescence

Alex Sessa and her Pup
A dog’s first year is the most critical time in their lives to instill a solid training foundation and prevent long-term behavioral issues. Join certified trainer Alex Sessa as she covers an often-overlooked topic of K9 adolescence and the unique challenges that come with this developmental period. She’ll discuss how…

Puppy Training

Amy Lear - Dog Trainer, and her pup.
Amy Lear began her journey in animal rescue at the age of 6 by volunteering for PALS – Protectors of Animal Life Society in East Winthrop, Maine. From an early age she knew she wanted to work with animals, so becoming a dog trainer was an easy choice. Lear graduated…

Proper Puppy Nutrition

Dr. Gregory Sunvold, PhD, headshot
With over 25 years of pet food industry experience and over 200 scientific publications, Dr. Greg Sunvold provides expert pet nutrition advice to improve and create many diverse pet products marketed globally. Having actively practiced in the field of the microbiome throughout his entire career, Dr. Sunvold leverages this deep…

Scary Things Can Happen

Dr. Mary Manspeaker, DVM MS, headshot
Mary Manspeaker is a 2002 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2013 she completed a Graduate Certificate in Shelter Medicine, and in 2019 she obtained her Master’s degree in Veterinary Forensic Sciences, both through the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. She has worked…

Dermatology & Our Pets

Dr. Tina Brown, DVM MS DIP ACVD, headshot
Dr. Tina Brown grew up on a commercial dairy farm near Tuscaloosa, AL. She attended Auburn University and received her Bachelor of Science in 1996. She then pursued a graduate degree at the College of Veterinary Medicine and received her Master of Science degree in biomedical sciences with a research…

Our Symphony with Animals

Dr. Aysha Akhtar, MD MPH, headshot
A leader in the fields of animal ethics and neurology, Dr. Aysha Akhtar examines the rich human-animal connection and how interspecies empathy enriches our well-being. Deftly combining medicine, social history and personal experience, Dr. Akhtar demonstrates how deeply the well-being of humans and animals are entwined. Interwoven throughout is Dr.…

Is Your Dog Stressed by the Pandemic Too?

Claudine Wilkins, JD MELP, headshot
Claudine Wilkins earned her Juris Doctor (J.D.) in 1996 and graduated in 1997 with a Masters of Environmental Law and Policy (M.E.L.P.) from Vermont Law School. She started her career as a prosecutor in 1997 and began her own personal injury law firm in 2000. In 2004 Claudine gained national…

Oncology & Our Pets

Dr. Kathy Mitchener, DVM, headshot
Dr. Kathy Mitchener graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 1985. After entering private practice, she returned to UT to do a residency in Oncology/Internal Medicine. In 1989, she began an outpatient oncology referral service in Memphis. She organized and began the clinical oncology department at…

Homeschooling For Canines

Amy Lear - Dog Trainer, and her pup.
Amy Lear began her journey in animal rescue at the age of 6 by volunteering for PALS – Protectors of Animal Life Society in East Winthrop, Maine. From an early age she knew she wanted to work with animals, so becoming a dog trainer was an easy choice. Lear graduated…

Ethical Advice on Diet in the Shadow of DCM

Ryan Yamka, PhD MS MBA FACN PAS DACAS, headshot
After earning bachelor’s degrees in animal science and biology, a master’s degree and doctorate in animal science, and an MBA, Dr. Ryan Yamka started his career at Hill’s Pet Nutrition. His research focused on genomics, weight management, amino acid metabolism, carbohydrate metabolism, fiber utilization, and technologies for alternative testing. He…