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Welcome back to Zoo-notable. It's been a hot minute since I've shared a new note, but I'm back for the next month or so before I go on my reading break. This week is National Dog Week, and today's book is perfect to celebrate our canine best pals. I recently read some of Steven Kotler's work, who wrote a great book called the Art of Impossible and other books. But I was intrigued by a title in his collection with a cute Chihuahua on the cover. It was titled A Small Furry Prayer with a subtitle Dog Rescue and the Meaning of Life. A peak performance guru talking about dog rescue? I read the back cover, and this prolific writer actually runs a dog rescue with his wife in New Mexico called Rancho de Chihuahua. Wow, I remember thinking, I believe this may be a kindred soul—a true animal loving writer who wants to help change the world. A Small Furry Prayer is not your typical memoir. Kotler is a journalist by nature, and has interwoven some absolutely fascinating gems about our natural history with dogs (starting with wolves), pet ownership, and what it truly means to be an animal caregiver. He speaks of altruism, empathy, and even the compassion fatigue we can suffer from losing our beloved animals, often too soon. Find your copy of Small Furry Prayer at your local bookstore or at your local library Connect with ZooFit and support our work at ZooFit and on Patreon
We are consumed with numbers. From the day we are born we are assigned numbers. Then we get more and more numbers. Are we just numbers? Tune into find out. It's September and we have a new #DogRescue and Wedding Traditions, what are their origins? Tune into #Damit and find out!
Our guest today is Katie Riebel, Rescue Partner at Dizzy Dog Rescue, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, solely focused on dogs in Texas, dedicated to saving urgent animals from high-risk shelters and providing the care they need until placing them in permanent, loving homes.Katie brakes down the current state of things in Texas while sharing the importance of transport, why they focus on dogs in a different state, and the untapped resources that have helped create lasting change in some of the most deprived areas of the country, despite the struggles of the last three years.Topics Include:- How did Dizzy Dog Rescue get started- Why help dogs in a different state- Networking and adoption outside of Texas- The effect of the economy on the rescue- The impact of understaffed shelters- Nextdoor as a recruiting and communication tool- Negativity on social media- And other topics…Resources Mentioned:Dizzy Dog Rescue: https://www.dizzydoganimalrescue.org/CUDDLY Blog: https://bit.ly/3R1WMukWant to connect with us? Follow us on social media!Email – email@example.comInstagram @welovecuddlyTwitter @welovecuddlyFacebook @welovecuddlyhttps://cuddly.com
Strike a pose! That's what my guest this week says to the dogs that she's photographing! My guest is Sophie Gamand and she's going to be filling us in on why she uses her photography to advocate for dogs in need. She'll be sharing some of her experiences with us and we'll talk about some of her portfolios. Some of you may be familiar with her Pitbull Flower Power series, but she's done many more. Her latest project was photographing survivor dogs from the dog meat trade in South Korea. Please join us!
Labor Day, Why do we celebrate it? What is the reason they say not to wear white after Labor Day? Find out these answers and more as we delve into the unofficial end of summer. Also #RandomActsOfKindess and School Stories and Lessons #Damit
We get it. We understand the importance of good nutrition for ourselves. But what do we do for our dogs? Often, we just toss some dry, unnatural, heavily processed kibble in a bowl and forget about it. This may work OK for a while. But eventually, the consequences of this approach to feeding our dogs leads to devastating health consequences. Not only do dogs need good, natural, wholesome food to thrive and enjoy optimal health, they often need a diet customized to their breed, age, health status and other factors unique to them. Tazz Latifi is the director of education and sales for Five Strands, an innovative company that offers pet food tolerance testing. She's also the founder and owner of the Petropolis, which specializes in holistic approaches to animal health and wellness through the use of individualized species appropriate nutrition. As you might imagine, she's an expert at helping dog owners determine the right nutritional approach for their 4-legged friend. And Tazz is Wendy's guest on today's episode of The Dogevity™️ Show. If you want to help your pup live their best life, this is a conversation you don't want to miss.
It's no secret that CBD oil is a very popular natural health supplement for people. But have you ever considered that it might have health benefits for dogs? A CBD supplement may be a good addition to your dog's holistic lifestyle. There are more and more CBD products for dogs hitting the market every day. And they are not all the same. So what should you look for in a CBD supplement? And what should you avoid? Wendy's guest on today's episode of The Dogevity™️ Show is Tracy Werner, sales manager for Ziggy Marley's Apothecary by One Farm, a company dedicated to holistic health. As an advocate for natural health for dogs, she has lots of valuable information to share on canine CBD supplements and how to help your pup have a more vibrant, more energetic life. You'll be amazed at the depth of Tracy's knowledge and insight on the vital topic of your dog's health. Listen to today's episode of The Dogevity™️ Show to hear her exciting story!
Tommy & Alex are report on the news that won't make you sad! The podcast is on Patreon! If you want to be a Local, check us out for videos and awesome bonus content @ https://www.patreon.com/thelocalnews If you want to be a friend of the show, you can contact us via email LocalNewsPodcast@gmail.com or Twitter @LocalNewsPod!
Adoption can be a scary thing for a dog. A lot of dogs in shelters come from abusive situations. And the shelter experience itself can be traumatic. So how can this process become less frightening, even enjoyable for the dog? How can the dog and their adoptive family experience a greater chance for a happy, successful relationship? Mara Velez has plenty to say on this topic. As a certified professional dog trainer and the creator of Shelter Dog Play, Mara specializes in shelter behavior and enrichment programs. She has a deep commitment to teaching shelter operators and volunteers how to give the dogs in their care kind, positive behavior reinforcement training. The happy result? These needy dogs get adopted more readily and at a higher rate. Mara's program has helped shelters, their volunteers, the dogs they care for and the families that adopt them, enjoy some inspiring, heartwarming results. As Wendy's guest on today's episode of The Dogevity™️ Show, she shares some fascinating insights and inspiring stories. She also gives hope that dogs in shelters can have a brighter future. This promises to be a conversation you don't want to miss.
Moira Brown - a senior scientist with the Canadian Whale Institute.and a member of the Campobello Island Whale Rescue Team - explains what can be done for a juvenile Right Whale entangled off Shippagan, NB. We talk with a firefighter with the Onslow Belmont Fire Brigade in NS who rescued Apollo the dog from a house fire. And on the phone-in: Barry Walker on heat pumps.
A fire at a scrap steel yard in Christchurch has sent smoke billowing across the city, with explosions at the site continuing through the night. The scrap yard is in the Garlands Road area of Woolston. Fire and Emergency says it was called to reports of cars on fire at about eight o'clock last night. In an update from 11.45pm on Wednesday, Fire and Emergency says 15 firetrucks and more than 50 firefighters were called to battle a blaze in Christchurch. A public health warning was issued last night with people affected by the smoke told to close their windows and doors and not go outside. A nearby dog rescue centre was also evacuated. Bull Breed Rescue centre owner Abbey Vanderplas spoke to Corin Dann.
Kristen Peralta returns with an update of all the good that is happening with Vintage Pet Rescue. As we head toward our 100th episode we will be featuring mini-good-reunions with some of our favorite and most popular guests including Kristen. Check out her original episode with us in the episode guide wherever you pod - look for it on January 27, 2021.
In this week's episode, we take a look at a rescue that helps senior dogs stay with their senior owners. What are the best TV themes song ever? Seinfeld? Bonanza? Hawaii Five O? Well, none of these made the list. Listen to the list to see which ones did? As always, I really appreciate you listening! Please share on your social media and let folks know what you're listening to! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ricksrambles/message
Dogs and kids… Seems like a natural, normal thing, right? A lot of parents of young children seem to think so. Many of them say “We want a puppy”. And having a dog can be a wonderful experience for the kids and the dog. But it can also be a nightmare for both of them. Jennifer Shryock. a certified dog behavior consultant. She is the owner and founder of Family Paws LLC. She's an expert at helping parents cultivate an environment in which children and dogs live together safely and harmoniously. In this episode of The Dogevity™️ Show, Jennifer shares valuable information of importance to all dog owners, especially those who have small children or are expecting a baby.Listen here to find out more!
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We love our dogs, but let's face it! If they aren't properly trained and well behaved, they can be a handful. Like a lot of dog owners, maybe you've decided your pup needs training. Wendy's guest, Shannon Riley-Coyner, felt the same way. As a teenager, she took her lab puppy to a training class, but she was shocked at the methods used; choke chains and too-tight collars were used as punishment. Positive reinforcement was nowhere to be found. She quickly left that class and set out on a pursuit to find a safe, kind and gentle dog training method. She decided there had to be a better way, and she found it! Now she's an in-demand dog trainer, internationally renowned speaker and author of The Evolution of Dog Training: From Choke Chains to Clickers, Uncovering the Secrets to Having a Well-Behaved Dog. If you have a dog you want to train the kind, gentle, humane way, or if, like Shannon and Wendy, you're concerned about how common punishment is used in dog training, this episode is a must listen!
Ricarda Franco loves dogs. How much?, you ask. So much so that she started her own rescue, the Dexter Foundation, where they take the dogs at the shelters no one else wants. And how successful have they been at it? Homing their 1,000th dog is a good sign of success. This is one person's good story of following their heart and loving every minute of it. And guess what? You can too.
Welcome to The Dogevity™️ Show: Tales & Tails From the Pack. This podcast features practical information of great interest to dog owners as well as stories that will touch, move and inspire dog lovers everywhere. The Dogevity™️ Show is hosted by Wendy LaTorre, award-winning, inspirational podcast host.Wendy has a lifelong love and passion for dogs and their wellbeing. In this podcast, she shares how you can have a more enjoyable, rewarding relationship with your dog while guarding and protecting their health. She also tells you how to help them live a happier, healthier and longer life with you.Today's episode discusses a disturbing situation—the handling and treatment of retired military and other categories of working dogs. It's easy to “turn a blind eye” and assume that after their service, these dogs are reunited with their handlers or given to good, loving homes where they enjoy great lives. This is often far from the truth. But there is good news. There are dedicated people working to help save working dogs and give them to caring, safe homes after their service. In today's episode, Wendy talks to one such person. Her guest is Bob Bryant, Chief Technology Officer and co-founder of Mission K9 Rescue. an animal welfare organization in Houston dedicated solely to rescuing, reuniting, rehoming, repeat repairing and rehabilitating working dogs. Bob and Wendy talk about the plight of retired working dogs, but also give hope and share some heartwarming stories. This promises to be an episode you don't want to miss! Tune in here!
It's another glorious week and on this episode of Happily Stuck Forever and Always Podcast, we're apparently starting a dog rescue when we retire?? We also discuss Kylie Jenner's excessive private jet flights and the constant arguing that's never NOT happening over on twitter. And lastly but not leastly, we touch on our early high school days, the music we were into and how we were both little "SCENE KIDS" listening to scream-o music. Lots of fun this week and we hope you're all doing wonderful! Sending you all so much love!
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Hello all! Are you ready for another great podcast? We're going to be talking with Terry Kyle from Every Dog Matters.eu and he's going to be talking with us about his rescue sanctuary in Bulgaria that doesn't use any kennels and has open yards. What a unique way to operate a rescue! We're going to discuss pro's and con's to this approach and how he has successfully been able to run his rescue/sanctuary like this. I don't know of many rescues like this here in the states, Best Friends Animal Society I think operates like that. So if you would like to hear more about this type of rescue/sanctuary please tune in!
Hiii guys! Jordan and I adopted a rescue pup named Tahfi! We love her so much and we had to share our adoption journey with you all. She's a year old, originally from Iran, she was nearly strangled to death at a couple of months old and then later on almost poisoned as a young pup. She's been through so much, but I'm so grateful for her and how much love she's brought into our lives. For those curious about her mix, she's a mix of GSP/Greyhound. Hope you enjoy this week's episode. :) Rescue: Loved at Last
Today we have Todd founder of Special Needs Senior Dog Sanctuary in Stamford Connecticut. Listen out for His adoption story of an 8 year old Pitbull with cancer How he manifested opening a Dog sanctuary The beauty of Senior Dogs How to decide between starting a rescue or starting a sanctuary Having a Sanctuary with 2 children Why Boundaries are important in making your dream come trueDay in the life at the sanctuary The Business of running a sanctuary Audio walk through of the sanctuary What it means to properly take care of a Dog How to stay grounded while involved in animal rescue Why you need a Senior Dog in your life Who rescued who?How you can help: GRANT WRITING reach out to Todd! Are you near Stamford, Connecticut? Help with feeding, walking, or spending time with the dogs! Reach out to Todd : firstname.lastname@example.orgLinks Mentionedhttps://specialneedsseniordogsanctuary.com/about-us/https://www.instagram.com/specialneedsseniordogsanctuary/Guest: Todd founded this sanctuary out of his home, along with his wife, where they live with their 2 children, and special needs senior dogs. Todd also owns & runs the NY STRONG gym in Westchester County. Host: Raquel Cid a Latinx Career Coach and Animal Foster on a mission to inspire animal lovers to take action.Are you enjoying the Podcast? Share this episode with a friend. It would mean the world to me if you left a review : https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/paws-and-perros/id1596399493Follow Paws and Perros on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/bellarescues/Thank you for the gift of your time.Sending you much love and light!Your Host,Raquel
https://slasrpodcast.com/ Welcome to the Sounds Like a Search and Rescue Podcast! Also known as SLASR. Join an experienced search and rescue volunteer and his friend as they discuss all things related to hiking and search and rescue in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. This week we are interviewing Stomp about a few past hikes that he has done that involve slides including Mount Lowell and Whitewall slide. In addition to those topics we/ve got some hikes planned over the long weekend so in preparation we looked up some history on the historical background of The Royce mountains and Evans Notch, All that and some recent search and rescue news. Donation Links Rebecca's Fundraising page to support Christopher's Haven Alzheimer's Association 48 Peaks NH Outdoor Council Order Free Stickers Fill out the form for free SLASR Stickers If you don't have a venmo, don't worry about the postage. We got some private donors to cover the postage cost for us. Topics Stomp floats down the Pemi River Snowflake Mountain on Netflix Kids these days Steve Mason completes the Dodge2Lodge Route over the weekend Multi-State Hiker Vet entering the Whites with his bugle AT Thru Hiker Carrying a giant log / wooden post has entered the Whites as of June 20 Hiker repels bear with bear spray Dog Rescue on Moosilauke Merchandise Updates No Show on July 8th Donation Reminders Beer Talk, Recent Hikes, Notable Listener Hikes Congrats to Shandi! Mount Lowell, Carrigain Notch and Whitewall Slide Evans Notch Discussion Recent Search and Rescue Show Notes Rek-lis Brewing Company Retail locations Apple Podcast link for 5 star reviews Tubing in New Hampshire Snowflake Mountain Multi-State Hiker Vet entering the Whites with his bugle AT Thru Hiker Carrying a giant log / wooden post has entered the Whites as of June 20 Hiker repels bear with bear spray Dog Rescue on Moosilauke Four Your Paws Only Pack A Paw Dog Harness Town of Gilead East Royce Mountain About Evans Notch - Conway Daily Sun Hiker trapped in quicksand rescued Rescue beacon saves hiker who fell 400 feet on snowy slope Bad Girls Gone God film crew rescued on Echo Canyon Trail, AZ Dog that fell off 50 foot cliff difficult to find as it matched the color of the rocks Youth operator injured while riding ATV Fish & Game to deadly Connecticut River crash Climbers assisted off Cannon Cliffs
Cindy Cherry and Kelly Lalonde Ward join your host Shawn Sobon today as we talk about the work that both of these great organizations do to help rescue dogs (and a pig!) With the Trails & Tails Canicross Classic set to take place in November we thought it was a great idea to highlight the endless and difficult work that the angels of dog rescues go through in order to save the lives of these otherwise doomed dogs. The Trails & Tails Classic is proud to be supporting Lost Boys Hope by donating a portion of the proceeds of registration fees to Lost Boys Hope. Participants can also raise extra funds for Lost Boys Hope via fundraising through Race Roster (Link Below) Don Cherry's Pet Rescue Foundation - Cindy's NEW Dog and Animal Podcast COMING SOON! Lost Boys Hope Dog Rescue Trail & Tails Classic - Run with your dog virtually or in person!7 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trailtalesarp/message
FIDO FRIDAY! This week we have adorable, adoptable Bailey from Steel City Dog Rescue! She came to Steel City Dog Rescue about two weeks ago. Bailey had been a stray for about a year in Pittsburgh. A kind gentleman started to feed her and earning her trust. Finally Bailey was trapped by a volunteer in the Pittsburgh lost dogs group. Once at the rescue as you can imagine she was not happy about being trapped and now everyone is trying to be her friend...she still is unsure...and who wouldn't blame her, you see it was discovered that she had a possible broken jaw. Bailey was not letting anyone touch it and just wanted to be left alone. Bailey was scheduled for surgery on the 30th of May.. luckily her jaw wasn't broke but she did have some type of blunt force trauma to her mouth leaving her with several broken teeth above and within her lower jaw bone. Four broken teeth were removed and she also was spayed. She is feeling so much better, she is now a giving her foster mom hugs and kisses, unlike the first two days. Bailey is about 7 years young... She is picky about what dogs she hangs out with. Only wants non confrontational dogs her size or smaller. She would be fine as an only dog too. Loves car rides and just chillin with her person. If you're interested in Bailey, you can reach out to Steel City directly on Facebook. #adoptdontshop
How do you manifest your dreams? Why should you choose happiness over what's expected? What are the 3 things every freelancer must know? How do you start a pet photography business?On today's episode with Pet Photographer Jen Hillenga, we talk about How she manifested moving to NYC and starting a Pet Photography BusinessHow action leads to success How to make your dreams come trueWhy you should define what success looks like to you and not other people's definition of successHow being in proximity to successful people makes you change what you believe is possibleWhy she adopted 2 dogsHost: Raquel Cid a Latinx Career Coach and Animal Foster on a mission to inspire animal lovers to take action. Follow us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/bellarescues/GUEST: Jen Hillengay has been a professional photographer and creative director for over 25 years, she is now focused on creating commissioned printed photography celebrating the relationship between pups and their people! She serves the NYC area and locations worldwide by request. Though her work she also highlights a lot of dogs who are searching for their forever home.Links mentionedhttps://www.instagram.com/thewaysofthedog/https://www.instagram.com/tailsofroccoandnala/Want to hear about a specific topic? Send me a DM at https://www.instagram.com/bellarescues/
Welcome to Dog Training DisrUPted, by UPWARD DogologyThis episode features animal lover, professional swimmer, writer, speaker, and creator of peace, Lynne Cox. Lynne's new book, Tales of Al, The Water Rescue Dog, is a heartwarming story about a dog expected to be an "easy train" by the elite Italian Water Rescue Dog Team. Lynne recounts her visit to Italy, meeting all the dogs, and sharing the story of Al, (well, not the end of the story!) Lynne is an American long-distance open-water swimmer, who is best known for being the first person to swim between the US and the Soviet Union in the Bering Strait, a feat which has been recognized for easing the Cold War tensions between Ronald Reagan and Soviet Leader, Mikhail Gorbachev. She still swims every morning, preferably with dogs, and she is such an inspiration for so many people. I have the utmost respect for Lynne. Following our chat, I talk about cognitive skills, and they are harnessed differently for different activities, and the importance of adapting to dog's personalities.You can purchase Lynne's book here Tales Of Al: The Water Rescue Dog, Book by Lynne Cox (Hardcover) | www.chapters.indigo.ca Learn more about Lynne and all her accomplishments here Lynne Cox - WikipediaFor more info on Canine Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Upward DogologyDog Dog Trainer | DogLogic Behavioural Rehabilitation | Regina (doglogicregina.com)Interview with Marc Bekoff in Psychology Today MagazineDog Training: Perception, Cognition, and Emotions | Psychology TodaySocial MediaBillie Groom | LinkedInUPWARD Dogology (@upwarddogology) • Instagram photos and videosUpward Dogology | FacebookBuy My Book! Winner of the 2019 American Best Book Fest Award (pets/narrative/non-fiction)The Art of Urban People With Adopted and Rescued Dogs Methodology: Rescued Dogs: The Misunderstood Breed: Groom, Billie: 9781525547287: Books - Amazon.caThanks again to the musiciansJeff Mertick | FacebookDanielle Bourjeaurd | FacebookOpen Strum | FacebookBrian John Harwood | Facebook
Nicole Patrick is a successful actress, a singer-songwriter, and an animal activist. She is also the founder of Chic Chien Chateau, a boutique non-profit, foster-based pet rescue located in NY and CT . She joins us today to share about her upbringing steeped in the arts and how it lead to loving animals. Hearing her describe how she awakened to the reality of pet stores, puppy mills, and backyard breeders is a story you won't want to miss. And then there was her life-changing experience working with animals in Africa that left her more determined than ever to make a positive impact on all living beings. Nicole is passionate not only about saving animals but also about streamlining the adoption process. She shares some much-needed, brilliant ideas with us about how to potentially go about it, while giving us a peek into what it takes to run a rescue, with it's highs (helping people adopt!) and it's lows ( when rescuers get cliquey.)This is an especially fun episode for dog lovers who are artists! Tune in to hear Nicole talk about how those worlds collide into something quite special.Join The Animal That Changed You community on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook -- we're waiting to welcome you! Feel free to check out the websitewhile you're at it.Please leave a rating or review of the show. Your support matters so much!Feel free to call (415) 787-3159 to leave a short story about the animal who changed you - we might play yours on our next episode!Woof, meow, oink, moo, cheep (of course you know that means thanks for listening.)
We are celebrating National Rescue Dog Day with a gift for all rescues! Jump into to today's podcast, share it with your favourite rescue (or rescues!) because for this week only we have something really special for all of the dog rescue centres all around the world. Join us with gamechanger Caroline Johnson, general manager of Oak Tree Animals Charity. Caroline has a background of over 15 years in animal welfare, Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling (MSc), education (PGCE) and animal charity management. We talk about how games have transformed the rescue's approach to assessing and developing the dogs that come into their centre and so much more... Plus, we talk about what we're doing this week to celebrate National Dog Rescue Day! Calling all dogs rescues, this is the episode you definitely want to dive into... If you know of a rescue that has helped to transform the lives of the dogs in their care, share this episode with them so they can take advantage of our 1-week giveaway! That's right, a giveaway! Listen in for more details.Support the show
Today's episode is another episode about fostering - but with a little bit of...SPICE! Join me to chat with Eryn about her dog Piper (her foster fail), foster troubles and tips and lots of tea about a certain "unnamed rescue". We finalize the podcast with tips on finding the right rescue to adopt/foster/volunteer with. - You can follow Eryn @pipersrescueadventures - Unnamed Rescue Article discussed here (please note there is a paywall) - look them up on Google and Instagram to find more- We have a brand new look - check out our updated website and Instagram for our new logo, by Portraits for Paws!- I'm also proud to announce that Katie and I have collaborated on an amazing "Foster Fail" Boss t-shirt with her company Hot Diggity Apparel! Order now :)- Our new intro and outro were produced by Creatorly Media.- There is some swearing in this podcast.- All advice given on Rescue Dog Moms podcast is from a personal standpoint only - every dog is different and should be evaluated by a professional. For questions on your dog's training and health, please consult your vet and trainer and do thorough research.- Please rate us on Spotify Podcast and review us on Apple Podcasts to help our show continue to thrive and reach new people!- We also have a Buy Me a [Pizza] account, where all proceeds will go towards my monthly podcasting fees. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/rescuedogmoms)Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/rescuedogmoms)
Intuitive Animal Communicator Liz Murdoch chats with retired Ambassador Scott DeLisi about his story and book he wrote, The Ambassador's Dog, a tale of what happened when a man met a dog calling out to him. It's a conversation and story of the power of active listening, meaningful connections, and dreams coming true. His book includes beautiful illustrations representative of the country by award-winning artist, Jane Lillian Vance, it tells the tale of a puppy, abandoned and alone, who waited on a trail in what once was the ancient kingdom of Lo on the Tibetan plateau. And it's the tale of the man who was meant to cross his path. Tune in a follow-up discussion from Ambassador DeLisi's interview on National Public Radio Here and Now, and discover the role of active listening with people and pets, and how it can influence and strengthen bonds both personally and professionally. This discussion also highlights the story that compassion, courage and hope can still be found in the world if our hearts are open to seeing and hearing them. The Ambassador's Dog was published by the team at Vajra Books in Kathmandu, Nepal and is a meticulous and creative blend of narrative and rich images. To watch the epsiode, go to https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6rkeQlJ84FuHjPFRrWewwA To learn more about Liz Murdoch's Animal Communication work: www.lizmurdoch.com Order book: https://the-ambassadors-dog.myshopify.com/products/the-ambassadors-dog
FIDO FRIDAY! This week we have adorable, adoptable Dixie, Daisy & Dove from Steel City Dog Rescue! These ladies are 3 yr old Bernese Mountain dogs that Steel City acquired from an Amish Breeder. They are both very dog social, but people shy. While they are all coming around quickly, the ladies just need time to relax, decompress and learn to trust people. Dixie is the one outside. Daisy (the one with the head tilt) and Dove (the one that is behind her) are sisters. Dixie is the one who needs the most TLC. Most scared from her former living situation and will require a fence. Daisy is the more outgoing of the sisters, but Dove is coming around. They need time and don't have to stay together, but would like Dove to have another dog in the family. If you're interested in any of these ladies, please contact Steel City Dog Rescue's Facebook page. - Y'd Awake Morning Show
Hali is the President of Eunoia Rescue in South Carolina. She discusses some of the struggles of the rescue world, stories of dog's lives they have impacted, and common rescue needs.
Guest: Jennifer Yang, investigative reporter Even if you're not a dog owner, it is always nice to check out your local dog park to see which furry creatures are out for an afternoon romp. But where do those dogs came from? Toronto Star investigative reporter Jennifer Yang's ongoing investigation about one popular dog rescue in particular, Redemption Paws, sheds some light. Many people adopted pets during the pandemic as companions in an uncertain time, but the relatively unregulated dog rescue industry has spelled disaster for some. Redemption Paws did not respond to a request for an interview for this episode. CEO Nicole Simone previously responded to requests for comment, which can be read here, here and here. An excerpt of a statement provided by Simone can be read here. This episode was produced by Jennifer Pagliaro, Brian Bradley and Matthew Hearn
Dog Rescue in LA river // Ernie Anderson – Punters have the easiest job. After drinking, Ernie decides to punt “the duke” a ball signed by Jim Brown and the rest of the Cleveland Brown // “Man there goes the FN Duke” Dog Rescue in LA River details “He is a boy!” // Hearst Castle // Whip-A-Round – How many bathrooms at Hearst Castle & How much to build the castle if done today? The only time Tim got a seize and desist it was from Huell Houser. California Gold Male Birth Control – “Reducing the boys is a problem for a lot of boys” // Kobe Bryant Hall of Fame enshrinement coming up // Price is Right on Santa Monica Pier
Does your dog run to the door when you pick up your car keys? Or run to the door with the sound of your partner's car pulling? Or jump off the couch when you click off the tv?These are triggers that create habits - good habits! But what about habits our dogs have that are not what we perceive as "good" or "wanted". These habits lead to unwanted behavior, but mainstream dog training addresses these as "good vs bad behavior", using conditioning methods to change them, which can often fail.Canine CBT views all behaviors as driven by emotional intelligence and a self-perceived need to do a behavior to achieve a goal. The behavior becomes a habit based on cognitive skills. To change that behavior, we must change perception. My guest (or, more accurately, me as a guest on his podcast) , Ian Tolson, is an expert in habits - why we have them, how we can change them, and how they effect our behavior. This episode unfolded from a chat intended to be an episode for Ian's podcast, and turned into a chat on how habits form behaviors, and how we change these behaviors by changing perception. Is there much difference between humans and dogs in relation to cognitive skills, emotional intelligence, and behaviors stemming from these? Find out in this off-the-cuff chat. I follow this chat with exercises that change a dog's perception of you and your ability to calmly manage situations. Enjoy Your Learning Journey! Find Ian Tolson on LinkedINIan Tolson | LinkedInFor more links to social media, interviews, and press releases, pls visit my website.Upward DogologyBillie Groom | LinkedInUPWARD Dogology (@upwarddogology) • Instagram photos and videosUpward Dogology | FacebookBillie Groom with a rescue | LinktreeBuy My Book! Winner of the 2019 American Best Book Fest Award (pets/narrative/non-fiction)The Art of Urban People With Adopted and Rescued Dogs Methodology: Rescued Dogs: The Misunderstood Breed: Groom, Billie: 9781525547287: Books - Amazon.caThanks again to the musiciansJeff Mertick | FacebookDanielle Bourjeaurd | FacebookOpen Strum | FacebookBrian John Harwood | Facebook
The other day, a member of the Pooch Parenting Society sent me a Facebook post from a dog rescue organization about neurodivergent families and asked for my opinion. She has two special needs kids and had some pretty big feelings about it...and wanted to see if I felt the same. I do.The Facebook post that was shared with me was written by the founder of a dog rescue organization and explained the reason behind her policy not to adopt dogs to families who have autistic children. Yes. you heard me right. She has labeled a group of people as a red flag and considers neurodivergent families inappropriate to live with dogs. (I can only imagine what Temple Grandin would have to say about this...)Dog Rescue OrganizationsBefore anyone gets too heated, I want to remind everyone that the majority of people who go into the animal welfare field LOVE animals and want what's best for them. I worked at our local animal shelter as a volunteer for many years and was even on staff in the behavior department for awhile. I see the heart that goes into the work at shelters. But loving dogs is not an excuse for bigotry. This podcast episode (and article) are intended to offer support and ideas so that neurodivergent families can be successful with dogs.Family Frustrations in Dog AdoptionAs a dog and child specialist, I work with lots of families who have tried and failed to adopt dogs because of their rules not to adopt to families with children under the age of 10. While I may not agree with that policy, it's a clear policy. It's a result of a lack of resources to vet parenting and management skills. In my line of work, I see dogs who are uncomfortable living with children WAY more often than children who mistreat dogs. Children are unpredictable and can cause dogs lots of stress, which if not prevented can lead to inappropriate interactions.High Stakes Between Kids and DogsChildren are vulnerable and can be harmed easily by an excited dog, even just in play. And even the tiniest of bites could cause tremendous damage to a youngster. In previous episodes of this podcast, I have shared stories of babies who were killed by the family dog. And in the Master Course in Aggression course that I took from Michael Shikashio, he shared a story of a dog who nipped a child who ultimately died because the dog happened to nick an artery with its tooth. This was a horrible tragedy, but was an accident. The average pet family does not have a lot of experience truly understanding dog behavior and how they use their bodies to communicate. As a result, it can be difficult to keep everyone safe. The stakes with kids and dogs are high, which is why it's a field I chose to focus on. Parents need specialized support and resources, which can easily be included in the adoption process with any rescue, shelter or even breeder.Continue reading on www.poochparenting.net/episode52
A house-filling favorite in Las Vegas since she opened as one of the hottest tickets in town in June 2000, Rita Rudner is known for her epigrammatic one-liners. Over the course of a multi-year run she sold almost two million tickets, grossed over a hundred million dollars and become the longest-running solo female comedy show in the history of Las Vegas. She was named Las Vegas's Comedian of The Year nine years in a row and in 2006 received The Nevada Ballet's Woman Of The Year Award. In October 2017 she was given the Casino Entertainment Legend Award. Rita's first solo HBO special, “Rita Rudner's One Night Stand”, was nominated for several awards, as was her eponymous English BBC television show that later appeared in the USA on A&E. Rudner's two one-hour specials for HBO, “Born to Be Mild” and “Married Without Children,” were ratings standouts and she performed all over the country, filling Carnegie Hall in New York three times. In 2008 Rita Rudner: Live From Las Vegas was PBS's first ever stand-up comedy special. Rita Rudner has written five books; her bestselling non-fiction titles, Naked Beneath My Clothes Rita Rudner's Guide to Men and I Still Have It…I Just Can't Remember Where I Put It, plus the novels Tickled Pink and Turning the Tables. The audio version of Naked Beneath My Clothes received a Grammy nomination. She is currently working on her autobiography, My Life in Dog Years. Rudner is a frequent collaborator with her writer/producer husband of thirty years, Martin Bergman. The couple's first produced film script was “Peter's Friends.” The film, starring Emma Thompson, Hugh Laurie, Kenneth Branagh, Imelda Staunton, Stephen Fry, and Rita, won the Evening Standard Peter Sellers Award for Best British Film and was nominated for the Goya Award for Best European Film of 1994. The script was nominated for a WGA Best Screenplay Award and Rita won Best Supporting Actress at the American Comedy Awards. Rita Rudner moved to New York at the age of fifteen to become a dancer on Broadway. She appeared in several shows, including the original productions of “Follies” and “Mack and Mabel.” It was while in “Annie” on Broadway that she began exploring the comedy clubs of Manhattan. In the early ‘80s, Rudner took a full-time leap from chorus lines to punch lines and was soon a regular guest on both Late Night With David Letterman and The Tonight Show. In June 2016 Rita was invited and honored to speak about her career and technique in comedy at Cambridge University, England. In 2017 she was invited by Oprah Winfrey to appear on a cruise to Alaska that Oprah did in partnership with Holland America. In 2018, Rita's tenth TV special was released – A Tale Of Two Dresses. The special also featured Rita and Martin's singer/songwriter daughter Molly Bergman. In September 2018, Rita appeared at the Laguna Playhouse in the new musical comedy “Two's A Crowd.”The show was staged off-Broadway in New York in 2019, and plans were in the works to transfer it to a larger New York theater in 2020 when the Covid pandemic forced those plans to be abandoned. JONES.SHOW is a weekly podcast featuring host Randall Kenneth Jones (author, speaker & creative communications consultant) and Susan C. Bennett (the original voice of Siri). JONES.SHOW is produced and edited by Kevin Randall Jones. Rita Runder Online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/ritarudner Web: www.RitaRudner.com JONES.SHOW Online: Join us in the Jones.Show Lounge on Facebook. Twitter (Randy): https://twitter.com/randallkjones Instagram (Randy): https://www.instagram.com/randallkennethjones/ Facebook (Randy): https://www.facebook.com/mindzoo/ Web: RandallKennethJones.com Follow Randy on Clubhouse Twitter (Susan): https://twitter.com/SiriouslySusan Instagram (Susan): https://www.instagram.com/siriouslysusan/ Facebook (Susan): https://www.facebook.com/siriouslysusan/ Web: SusanCBennett.com Follow Susan on Clubhouse LinkedIn (Kevin): https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-randall-jones/ Web: KevinRandallJones.com www.Jones.Show
Show Notes (contains affiliate links): Top 3 Hamfests On this week's episode of Ham Radio Crash Course, a podcast roughly based on amateur radio but mostly made up of responding to emails from listeners, hosted by Josh Nass - KI6NAZ and his reluctant wife, Leah - KN6NWZ, we talk about researching, reusing and refining your ham gear, hailstorm preparedness and the top 3 hamfests. Have a drink with us! Today, we're drinking… Chimay Grande Reserve Josh has a short tip with the Ham Radio Minute: Research, Use and Refine Join the conversation by leaving a review on iTunes for Ham Radio Crash Course podcast at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ham-radio-crash-course/id1400794852 and/or emailing Leah@hamtactical.com. Leaving a review wherever you listen to podcasts will help Ham Radio Crash Course reach more hams and future hams and we appreciate it! Preparedness Corner: Hailstorm Preparedness - https://www.thepersonal.com/blog/-/how-to-prepare-for-a-hailstorm Email Correspondent's Tower: We answer emails with ham radio questions, comments on previous podcasts, T-shirt suggestions and everything in between. Links mentioned in the ECT: Covid-19 Ham Portal: https://eindhoven.space/2021/01/24/packet-radio-covid-19-web-portal-and-introducing-other-non-standard-packet-based-services/ Civil Air Patrol: https://www.gocivilairpatrol.com/ Queen Stumpy's Dog Rescue: http://www.queensbeststumpydogrescue.org/ FCC frequency info: http://fccid.io/ 72 day candle: https://youtu.be/xnNHM4OLkvE Nick started a business to buy radio gear. If you'd like tag or morse code bracelets, his email address is email@example.com. Show Topic: Which hamfest is right for you? Thank you all for listening to the podcast. We have a lot of fun making it and the fact you listen and send us feedback means alot to us! Want to send us something? Josh Nass P.O. Box 5101 Cerritos, CA 90703-5101 Support the Ham Radio Crash Course Podcast: Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/hoshnasi Shop HamTactical: http://www.hamtactical.com Shop Our Affiliates: http://hamradiocrashcourse.com/affiliates/ Shop Our Amazon Store: https://www.amazon.com/shop/hamradiocrashcourse As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Connect with Us: Website...................► http://hamradiocrashcourse.com YouTube..................► https://www.youtube.com/c/HamRadioCrashCourse Podcast...................► https://hamradiocrashcourse.podbean.com/ Discord....................► https://discord.gg/xhJMxDT Facebook................► https://goo.gl/cv5rEQ Twitter......................► https://twitter.com/Hoshnasi Instagram.................► https://instagram.com/hoshnasi (Josh) Instagram.................►https://instagram.com/hamtactical (Leah)
Suncoast Animal League is a nonprofit, no-kill, no-time-limit animal welfare agency that cares for domestics and wildlife in Florida and beyond. On this episode, we sit down with co-founder and Executive Director Rick Chaboudy...and Karey Burek, the Rescue, Adoptions, and Outreach Coordinator and medical foster. They'll discuss why they're so passionate about saving animals and some challenges they've faced along the way. We'll also hear some incredible rescue stories that will leave you feeling inspired. For more information about supporting Suncoast Animal League, please visit suncoastanimalleague.org
It's episode #9 of the Cash Rules Everything Around Me podcast with your host, Jason Matthews of Matthews Financial & Insurance Solutions! In this episode, Jason and co-host Norm Schriever cover:· Some sobering facts about financial literacy for teens.· Hilarious official stats from Zoom for 2021.· Is a Presidential sophomore slump a real thing?· A crazy economic indicator: organized shoplifting· Shout-out to Cali K9 and their new facility in Hollywood · Product of the podcast: fixed deferred annuity · Part 2 of Jason's interview with Querin Hamilton, Chief People Officer at Cure My Credit Scores who talks about business credit.Thanks for listening, subscribing, and please send us your questions or comments what you'd like to hear on the podcast!
Lya Battle from Territorio de Zaguates (Land of the Strays) is a saint and a huge inspiration to me. Her organization cares for over 2000 dogs and helps find them forever homes in Costa Rica, the U.S. and Canada. Please find more information about her amazing organization below and consider making a donation. I hope you enjoy our beautiful conversation!Website: https://info.territoriodezaguates.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LandOfTheStrays/?brand_redir=1459982774272974Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/territorio_de_zaguates/