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Michelle Huntting will be interviewing Christina. Christina Lee works to educate shelters, rescues, breeders and deaf dog owners about how wonderful raising a deaf dog can be with consistent training and socialization. She is a full time blogger/writer who networks, promotes and lists deaf dogs available for adoption all over the United States. Christina is the founder of Deaf Dogs Rock a non-profit corporation she and her husband Chris Lee launched in 2011 after they adopted their first deaf boxer puppy Nitro. Their mission is to help deaf dog owners find information, training resources and bring together the deaf dog community to support and help each other. Christina and her deaf dog Nitro have been featured on ABC News, American Dog Magazine, Salem Times Dispatch, Roanoke Times and World News and many local magazines.
In 2012 DeafDogsRock.com was awarded the highest honor in Salt Lake City Utah with the BlogPaws Nose-to-Nose Pet Blogging and Social Media Award for Best Cause Blog of 2012. Christina lives on a farm in Virginia with her husband Chris, her two deaf boxers, three hearing dogs and three horses.
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This episode I will we will introduce Miss Brandi Paul a service dog trainer and business owner. Brandi will discuss her experiences with training and producing top notched service dogs for diabetic alert, mobility, psychiatric service dogs, and hearing alert dogs.
This young trainer has developed into a strong trainer. She is a blessing in the dog training world.
Join us for an interesting conversation about service dogs and the life we lead with in our community.
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This episode features Karen Andrews speaking about the importance of grooming your service dog.
The ADA establishes the standard for cleanliness in service dogs for public access.
Join us for this discussion and hear the point of view of a professional groomer.
Karen will field questions near the end of the broadcast, so tune in and get some pointers.
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This episode we will feature Wendy Hallenbeck The owner of Thistle Ridge Diabetic Alert Dogs and VP of the Diabeties Alert Dog Alliance. We will discuss these two groups and their purose in our community. We will also discuss other topics such as puppy enrichment, Diabeties alert training, purpose bred service dogs, and a little about Wendy's history. We invite you to call in with questions and comments, when prompted.
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In this episode we will interview Morgan Hetzel. Morgan is a young Service Dog Trainer who has trained her own service dog and now trains dogs for others. This young lady works with her clients to assess and train potential service dogs and trains the dogs with the owners.
Please join us as we explore the world of service dog training through the eyes of this young trainer.
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This episode we will discuss an article written by Kelley Rose titled What It Is Like To Have A Service Dog. Kelley will share her article with us and give her prespective on the subject.
We appreciate Kelley's willingness to share her experience with us. Please share this time with us and find that you are not alone.
While it is true that we may all have different experiences, we have similiar experiences as well.
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WHY ARE SO MANY STILL DEAF, DUMB, AND BLIND IN THE AGE OF INFORMATION? LET'S EXPLORE THE MISUNDERSTANDINGS BETWEEN RELIGIONS, THEIR INTERPRETATIONS AND FALLACIES OF THEM. DR. ALIM BEY DEMYSTIFIES THE NONSENSE AND PUTS THE PIECES OF THE PUZZLE TOGEHTER...AGAIN...AS ONCE DONE IN THE ANCIENT MYSTERY SCHOOLS OF TA NESI (CUSH, KUSH, KASH, ETC...ETHIOPIA, ABYSSIANIA) AND TA MERI (KEMET, MIZRAIM, EGYPT)
This episode we will feature the owners and trainers of Destination K-9 dog training organization.
We look forward to discussing the training of pets and service dogs from start to finish.
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Mark 7:35 Immediately his ears were opened, and the impediment of his tongue was loosed, and he spoke plainly. 36 Then He commanded them that they should tell no one; but the more He commanded them, the more widely they proclaimed it. 37 And they were astonished beyond measure, saying, “He has done all things well. He makes both the deaf to hear and the mute to speak.”
Mark 8:25 Then He put His hands on his eyes again and made him look up. And he was restored and saw everything clearly
Deaf, deaf, hard of hearing—these terms all refer to people who have a hearing loss. Many other terms are spoken by people who do not understand the culture of those who do not hear as they do. Instead, they use terms that are more derogatory. On Friday, Sept. 18, noon PT/3 p.m. ET/8 p.m. UK, on Purpose Talk Radio, we will discuss some of the terminology, customs, culture of people who have a hearing loss. This will include the difference between the words deaf, Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing impaired. By being a part of the show, you will go into Deaf Awareness Week with a better understanding so you can help make others more aware.
Join in the conversation through Skype (after the show begins), calling 347-205-9074, or in the Facebook group Purpose Talk Radio Conversations.
Join us at the global campfire for a preview of Blind Trust
Host: Lady Selah SuJuris
Guest: Author of the #rectorSTseries John Nuckel
Dramatic Readings: John Nuckel, Lindsay Nuckel, and Mike Paine
Book Reviews: Charlie Checkers
Video Reviews: Carole P. Roman
Michale Phillip Cash
Surprise at the end of the show!
Website Link: johnnuckel.com
IT'S TIME FOR THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH! THE DON NICOLEONE SHOW! THE BADDEST BITCH IN EL KULUWM!!
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