[h=1]You pet[/h] By SEAN DALY Last Updated: 1:04 AM, April 19, 2013 Posted: 11:13 PM, April 18, 2013 Beth Stern is trying to persuade her husband, Howard Stern, to expand their family. â€œI woke up about a month ago and I looked at him and said â€˜Iâ€™m ready,â€™ â€ she remembers. â€œHe knew exactly what I was talking about, but he said he isnâ€™t ready just yet.â€ Beth, 40, doesnâ€™t have baby on the brain. â€œThat is not happening with us,â€ she says. â€œI am so aching for another dog in our life! We decided we would have more animals before we would ever have a human baby.â€ Beth says her husband, whoâ€™s a judge on â€œAmericaâ€™s Got Talentâ€ in addition to his Sirius radio show, is still mourning the loss of their 10- year-old bulldog, Bianca, who passed away last summer. PUPPY LOVE: Beth Stern spoils a rescued pit bull. Sheâ€™s hopeful the couple â€” who have four rescued cats â€” will begin searching for a new pooch (or two) this spring. â€œMy fantasy would be to adopt a bulldog from bulldog rescue and a big old mutt from North Shore Animal Shelter,â€ she says. In the meantime, the former model is hosting the new Nat Geo Wild series â€œSpoiled Rotten Pets.â€ The show profiles pet owners who go over-the-top to pamper their four-legged friends. In tomorrowâ€™s premiere, she travels to Bucks County. Pa., and learns how to give a facial to a pot-bellied pig. â€œI thought that I was a crazy pet owner,â€ she says, â€œbut now I realize Iâ€™m not so bad.â€ Stern admits she sometimes goes overboard, preparing salmon and home-cooked meals for her cats. On long car trips with Bianca, the couple would travel with the air conditioner cranked to keep her cool, Stern says. â€œWe would have icicles hanging off our noses, but we would always put her comfort first.â€ Biancaâ€™s remains now sit on a shelf in the coupleâ€™s bedroom. â€œShe had beds in every room in our ouse,â€ Stern says. â€œBut she wasnâ€™t allowed to sleep in the master bedroom because she snored.