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The Saint Bernard was founded in 980 AD by St. Bernard de Menthon and bred by monks, most likely by crossing the ancient Tibetan mastiff with the Great Dane, Greater Swiss Mountain Dog and the Great Pyrenees. The first Saint Bernards were of the shorthaired variety, as the longhaired variety's coat tended to collect icicles. They were used by the Hospice, a refuge for travelers through the dangerous Alpine pass between Switzerland and Italy. In the middle of the seventeenth century, the Saint Bernard became popular as a rescue dog working to save people from avalanches in the snowy passes near the Hospice. The dogs are able to smell a person under many feet of snow. They have saved thousands of people searching out and finding lost or injured travelers. The dogs would work in packs looking for the victims. When found they would lick and lie down with them in order to keep them warm. While a dog or more would lie with the body(s), another dog would head back to the Hospice to alert them that they found the humans. A full rescue team would then be sent out. The Saint Bernard has also been known to be able to predict storms and avalanches. This may be possible because of the dog's ability to hear very low-frequency sounds which humans cannot. The Saint Bernard was recognized by the AKC in 1885. Some of the Saint Bernard's talents are search and rescue, guard dog, watchdog and carting.
“The National Dog Show Presented by Purina®”
Air Date: Thursday, November 27 on NBC (12-2 p.m. across all time zones)
“The National Dog Show Presented by Purina®” is hosted by award-winning actor, author and Broadway star John O’Hurley (“Seinfeld,” “Dancing with the Stars”) and expert analyst David Frei, an AKC-licensed judge and host of USA Network’s “The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.” NBC’s Mary Carillo will report from the benching area and inside the show ring. Celebrating America’s love of man’s best friend, the telecast showcases some 1,500 purebred canines competing for the title of “Best in Show.” Unlike traditional dog show coverage, the National Dog Show offers the country’s 65 million pet-owning households an afternoon of family-oriented features, facilitated by the open format of the Kennel Club of Philadelphia event.
Welcome to the return of REAL BULLY RADIO.
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Tonight Bully the Kid discusses why we left and why we're back. Tonight's special guest is ABKC Judge, Ty Lumley, from the River, and they will be discussing the state of affairs in the Bully World. Have we lost our identity? Have we become the baby AKC? Where have all the dogs gone?
Tune in tonight at 9pm EST/8pm CST/6pm PST.
Click on the link below or call 619-639-4636 to listen in. If you would like to speak to the host please press "1". The chat room opens up at 8:55pm EST.
It goes down tonight! The return of REAL radio. Bully the Kid.... Legooooo!
Meet Bart, the award winning three legged AKC champion!
Tune in to hear Darcy Duval talk about her dog Bart, a 3-year osteosarcoma survivor and world-famous AKC show champion and master hunting dog who was the first Vizsla in history to have accomplished this title (start to finish) on 3 legs.
Along with Bart we'll meet his long-time veterinarian, Dr. Abby Huggins, DVM, from Terrell Mill Animal Hospital in Marietta, Georgia, who discovered Bart's osteosarcoma in June, 2008. Dr. Huggins has worked with Bart since he was two months old. She graduated from Duke University in 1997 with a BS in marine biology and received her DVM from the Ohio State University in 2001, where she was inducted into Phi Zeta, the national verterinary honors society. Dr. Huggin's veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery, ophthalmology, and doing her part in promoting the human-animal bond.
In 2008, three year-old Bart was going along his daily life practicing for field trials, hunting and running up to 16 miles with his Mom Darcy. After a persistent limp wouldn't go away with R&R, Darcy took Bart to Dr. Huggins, his regular vet, who gave them the sad news that Bart had osteosarcoma growing in his scapula.
Three years later, Bart is still in remission! Nothing slows Bart down and his accomplishments are many. See this Tripawds discussion forum topic for complete details and to post your questions, or join us in the Tripawds Chat during the show.
DISCLAIMER: Information provided is for entertainment only and is not a substitute for professional veterinary advice.
Coby Webb is a Lieutenant for a law enforcement agency in Southern California. She was a Dual Handler for her Sheriff’s Department where she worked several dogs. The majority of her time was with a Malinois and a Bloodhound. During her K-9 years, Webb received many distinguished awards to include; Officer of the Year, Distinguished Service Medal, CPOA Officer of Distinction, Hero’s Award, and AKC Honorable Mention for 2 years in a row along with numerous commendations. Webb’s Bloodhounds, Maggie Mae, & Abbigail, were on the FBI’s call-out list and responded to Samantha Runnion and Danielle Van Damm kidnappings along with other high profile cases. She has also worked numerous SWAT missions with her Bloodhound at local and national levels including the Sierra SWAT Challenge for several years. She was also asked to participate and teach tracking/trailing with SWAT for Urban Shield. Webb earned her Instructor, Evaluator, and Judge certifications for tracking/trailing for all dog breeds. She stayed in the K-9 program for years and worked four patrol dogs. She furthered her patrol dog experience by attending K-9 SWAT schools with her patrol dog and worked two narcotic dogs. Webb became the K-9 Sergeant for a 22 dog program for her Department. Approximately, two years ago, Webb traveled to Africa and assisted the Mara Conservancy with tracking poachers. Webb receives continual invites to travel international and teach tracking/trailing for all breeds. However, she has been selective on her travels due to work and family. Webb is a Recognized Court Expert regarding Tracking/Trailing and is the Treasurer / Board Member of the National Police Bloodhound Association.
We stay bully! Rise Up Bully World and bring it back to the bullies. No drama, no BS, no politics. Just plain ole bully talk. We want to hear your opinions, concerns, and shout outs. Rise Up and Stay Bully!!!
CALLIN IN (347) 945-6512 @ 4:00 pst...CALL IN TO JOIN IN ON THE BULLY GOVERNMENT RADIO!! WE ARE PROUD TO BRING BACK ELLEN COSS FOR PART 2 OF THE REAL BEHIND THE BLOODLINE STORY OF RAZORS EDGE ,DAVE WILSON WAS ALSO INVITED ON THE CONVERSION .ITS A MUST HEAR SHOW ,DONT MISS OUT ON WHAT YOU DONT KNOW!!!!!
Join your host Wendy Van de Poll, Animal Guidance Communicator and Intuitive Life Path Coach as she interviews Kelly Arbogast Certified Animal Behavioral Consultant & owner of DoggonitNH.com
Are you looking for a new fun & exciting way to train your dogs? Want to learn how to read their behaviors to communicate better? What about the age old question…Do dogs feel guilt?
Join Wendy & Kelly Arbogast of Doggonit Training to learn all about your four legged friends. This talk will provide useful information for owners, veterinary technicians, groomers, doggy day care employees, & dog lovers. Fun & full of interesting facts you won’t want to miss out!”
Kelly is a certified animal behavior consultant with an associates in Animal Science & a Bachelors in Psychology with a focus in animal cognition. She loves helping owners improve their communication & bond with their dogs by using modern, positive, & pain free training.
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How to Contact Kelly Arbogast, Owner of DoggonitNH.com
Kelly Arbogast AS, BA
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PAWsitive Radio hosted by Team Toby. Join Host Charmaine Hammond, professional speaker, bestselling author and president of Team Toby.
Jean Holmes is an author, currently working on a novel and humor book. As a veterinarian's daughter, whose mom raised and showed AKC Dachshunds, Jean has never been without at least one pet, from horses to crows. When her mother lived with her and began asking ministers if dogs went to heaven, she began collecting information which resulted in her first published book. "Do Dogs Go to Heaven? Eternal Answers for Animal Lovers" was the result. The second edition came out in 2012. She currently has two books in print, "Do Dogs Go to Heaven?" and "Mountaintop" a biography. Jean writes two blogs: Blog the Dog about animals, and Blog the Bible.
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This show is being run by a large group of American Rottweiler Club members that wish to discuss the proposed revision to the AKC Rottweiler Breed Standard. We believe that a correct natural tailed Rottweiler should be permitted to compete along side a correct docked tailed Rottweiler.
It is our goal during the next few weeks to educate and share the real truths behind and about the proposed revision and the Rottweiler tail.
Join us and share your comments or questions. We want YOU to let US know just how you feel, be it pro or con. You will be treated with equal respect. No derrogatory comments or flames.
Everyone is encouraged to offer questions, comments or
statements. You may call in and speak out directly or utilize the live chat during the show.
AKC/Eukanuba National Championship from Long Beach CA -Erin Wanner Producer for Animal Planet/Discovery on the Dog Show - Interviews with owners - PugFest Fort Meyers Style!- Vet topic of the week - Pet Products - Important Pet news from around the world!