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Animal Issues with Dr. Armaiti May Internet Radio Show Tuesdays 1-2 pm PST

  • Dec 11, 2012 · 1:00 PM


I am a vegan veterinarian who does housecalls for dogs and cats in Los Angeles as well as advocacy for all animals, including of course farmed animals. I recently started a radio show on Animal Issues. A variety of important issues concerning animals around the world have been and will be addressed, as well as tips for keeping one's companion dog or cat healthy.

Please tune in Tuesdays from 1-2 pm PST on my radio show Animal Issues with Dr. Armaiti May - listen live online at This week's show features Jaya Bhumitra from Compassion Over Killing, a national non-profit animal advocacy organization dedicated to ending abuse of animals for food and encouraging people to adopt a vegan diet. The other featured guest will be Richard Schwartz, who has authored several books on Judaism and Vegetarianism. Listeners can call in with questions during the show at[masked]-6425.

The most recent shows covered vivisection and devocalization. In a prior show, we had Ady Gil talking about rescuing dogs from puppy mills, as well as Kim Sturla from Animal Place, a farmed animal sanctuary in Grass Valley. Previous shows featured guest Dr. Jennifer Conrad speaking about her film "The Paw Project" which tells the inspiring story of the effort to ban declawing of cats. Also on the show was guest Abby Elliott, a wonderful dog trainer who uses positive reinforcement methods for training dogs. Other guests on the show have been Darren Middlesworth from V-dog, a vegan dog food company, Lesa Miller from Orangutan Republik Foundation (OURF), and Nicole Forsyth, CEO of RedRover talking about Superstorm Sandy relief efforts in New Jersey. If you can't listen live, you can listen to the archived podcasts anytime at


Please share with friends and family!

Also, I am looking for sponsors to help me sustain the cost of putting on the show each week. It costs $85 every week and for that amount I can feature an animal-friendly business by including a 60 second commercial for the business, and/or give a shout-out to a generous individual who simply wants to support the show. Thank you so much!

For the animals,
Armaiti May, DVM

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  • veganvet

    Sharing the show with friends and family is a great way to inform others about pressing issues affecting animals, people and the planet.

    December 12, 2012

  • veganvet

    We have talked about animals in laboratories and factory farms in past shows. I discussed some of the harmful ingredients in many meat based commercial pet foods as well as having V-dog, a vegan dog food company as a sponsor. All the shows are available to download as podcasts.

    December 12, 2012

  • Ralph M.

    Most pets in the U.S. get BETTER care than many children in third world countries. Furthermore, the pet food industry subsidizes the meat industry. Please re-direct your concern to animals that are abused in factory farms and labs.

    December 12, 2012

    • veganvet

      Ralph, I've addressed the plight of farmed animals in several of my radio shows so far already, and plan to continue doing so. We mentioned the impact of factory farming on climate change and world hunger in the most recent show as well, which I invite you to listen to.

      December 12, 2012

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