CU Premieres New Animal TV Show – “When Animals Misbehave”

The Faculty of Veterinary Science at Chulalongkorn University and the Chulalongkorn University Communication Center proudly presents “When Animals Misbehave”, a new television program that looks into animal behavior and psychology to help increase our understanding of the interaction between animals and humans. The program will also give advice on how to handle and correct animal behavior problems.

“When Animals Misbehave” guarantees a good laugh while the content is packed with knowledge and tips from veterinarians and animal behavior specialists to help pet owners learn and understand their buddies.  The program will include Dr. Jutamas Benjanirun and Dr. Pakapol Fucharoen, with co-hosts Jakkrit Yompatorn (Teacher Tom as Hong) and Nicha Chatchaiyadej (Inky as Meow).

Stay tuned for cute moments between your favorite pet influencers and their humans, including Kungfu, Shaolin, and Yongshun from the Facebook page: They Call Me Meaow, Kru Noon’s English Afternoonz, Great Dane – Pepper, Ninja and the Gang, K. Tan Lipta’s purebred dogs, your favorite cat friends from Toon Hua Korng Bao, the traveling feline from Edward the Travel Cat, and the most watched adopted street pooches from Gluta Story.

Each episode includes a special segment, “Dr. Smart by CU VET”, which introduces the Small Animal Hospital at the Faculty of Veterinary Science and the services available.  The veterinary hospital provides emergency and intensive care for small animals, and has an impressive number of animal health units, such as a center for cats, a diabetes clinic, an acupuncture center, obstetric and reproduction center, a rehabilitation clinic for bones and muscles, an animal behavior clinic, and a blood bank for dogs and cats.

“When Animals Misbehave” airs every Friday from 5:25 pm – 5:45 pm (starts from 11 October 2019) on Thai PBS. Episodes are also available online via YouTube: ChulaUniversity https://www.youtube.com/user/chulauniversity

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Rossukhon Kongket Alumni, Faculty of Communication Arts, Chulalongkorn University

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