Episode 4 - Bye, 2020! Former pet industry entrepreneur turned business coach, Lauren Heath, chats with Isabel about how Covid-19 obliterated her small pet care business in 2020, how she accepted the inevitable shift, and what she has planned for 2021 and beyond. Lauren, a strong believer in the power of video, also discusses how pet parents can help small businesses by engaging with their social media, giving referrals, and reviewing their products and services. Passionate a
Episode 3 - Raw, Raw, RIGHT! In Episode 3, raw feeding expert, Scott J. Marshall II, gives me a lesson on the misconceptions, certifications, and best practices associated with feeding dogs fresh, raw foods. In this episode, we get into that one time Scott almost burned down his mom's house, what he feeds his dogs, and how he wishes he had more freezer space, or less, depending on the day. I ask about the logistics of meal prep, sourcing, and expenses associated with raw fee
Episode 1 - Woo, Woo Wound You? Episode 1, the Premiere Episode of Covered in Pet Hair was such a blast. Mark Winter, Executive Producer at Pet Life Radio, took care of all the tech so that Tim Link, who happens to be a personal friend, and I could just dive into the discussion. On this episode, Tim and I discuss the many unconventional yet effective care options available for pets, their health, and their psyche in our intro game, Woo-Woo Would You or Woo-Woo Would You Not?
Episode 2: In Love & Cats In episode 2 of Covered in Pet Hair with newlywed cat experts, John & Jess Bartlett, we get into how two separately cat-crazy people came together at a VIP Jackson Galaxy event, merged two multi-cat households, and are starting The Cat Lover's Academy while managing Whiskers at Home in Eastern Seattle alongside The Critter Room, which was named world's greatest time suck by Time Magazine. Isabel goes deep into the logistics of keeping 9+ cats happy a