I'll be closing out my show, On the Road with Mac and Molly that airs on the Pet Life Radio network (http://www.petliferadio.com/ontheroad.html), with a final episode that will center on Mac and the bone cancer that claimed his life. This isn't the end, however, for my broadcasting career. I'll soon be launching into a brand new show: "Wild Life, Wild Places." The focus will be on wildlife and animal companions and the human beings who have come alongside to partner, to save, to preserve, to conserve, and to advocate.
In the program on Mac, I'll share highlights from the life of this much loved special friend and will chat with Dr. John Morton, DVM, who walked with my husband and me from the diagnosis through to euthanasia. I am grateful to this veterinarian who was always willing to take a call and who supportedus through the very difficult decisions we had to make along the way. I hope you'll listen to this podcast when it's posted and that you'll continue to listen when I transition to a new format (more narration, fewer interviews) in the new series.
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