• 01:34

    The Fantasy Football Big Dogs Radio - "Bells and Blounts"

    in Football

    Join J.D. and The Franchise on the Fantasy Big Dogs Radio Podcast tonight as we will talk the AFC Division, Blount and Bell (Pittsburgh's Cheech and Chong), Preseason Gems around the league and a little open mic on your post draft and mailbag questions. 

    Sit back and relax as the Big Dogs break it on down. Show starts @8:00pm. Open mic starts at 9:00


  • 00:34

    Energy Healing of Reiki for Dogs

    in Pets

    Energy Healing of Reiki for Dogs Michelle Huntting and Kathleen Parsad will be discussing the benefits of using Reiki with dogs.
    Kathleen has been practicing Reiki full time since 2002 and has authored Reiki for Dogs and co-authored The Animal Reiki Handbook and Animal Reiki: Using Energy to Heal the Animals in Your Life she has written many articles on animals and Reiki and her work has been featured in The Journal of the American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association, Animal Fair, The Whole Dog Journal, Dogs Naturally Magazine, Dog Fancy, Animal Wellness Magazine, Equine Wellness Magazine,  and Natural Horse Talk Magazine. She has been featured on many radio shows, local news and the national PBS series Healing Quest.
    She has taught Reiki to the staff of organizations such as Best Friends Animal Society, the San Francisco SPCA,The East Bay SPCA, The Humane Society of Silicon Valley, Bright Haven Healing Arts Center for Animals, Guide Dogs for the Blind, and The Elephant Sanctuary.
    Sponsored: Kenyon Canine Institute

  • 00:41

    Dognition; Dogs are THAT smart?

    in Pets

    Michelle Huntting will be interviewing Dr. Brian Hare, a professor at Duke University in NC and published author.  Dognition was developed by Chief Science Officer Dr. Brian Hare and CEO/President Kip Frey, Dognition is supported by a world-class team of Scientific Advisory Board Members from leading international research institutions including Harvard and Yale.  Dognition is devoted to enriching the understanding of dogs and our relationships with them through cognitive science.
     The service is all about your dog's cognition – how he or she faces the world and tackles problems. By playing fun, science-based games and completing an online personality questionnaire, you gain access to your dog’s Dognition Profile – a personalized assessment of what makes your dog unique. What’s more, all of the data aggregated by Dognition will help scientists like Dr. Hare make exciting new breakthroughs in dog cognition, contributing to the greater good of all dogs.
    Dr. Hare and Vanessa Woods have published a book  The Genius of Dogs: How Dogs are Smarter than You Think. This book gives new insights on dog evolution and intelligence.

  • 00:56

    Deaf Dogs Rock!

    in Pets

    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.
    Sponsored by: Kenyon Canine Institute

  • 00:58

    The Dogs of Christmas

    in Politics Conservative

    Josh Michaels is outraged when a neighbor abandons his very pregnant dog, Lucy, at Josh’s Colorado home.  But Josh can’t resist Lucy’s soulful brown eyes, and he’s determined to do the best he can for Lucy—and her soon to arrive puppies.

    Can a surprise litter of Christmas puppies really change one man’s life?  The Dogs of Christmas will not only entertain but will enlighten humans about what’s most important to dogs:  spreading the word that you can adopt a dog of any breed you desire through animal rescue.

    Bruce Cameron is the bestselling author of A Dog’s Purpose and A Dog’s Journey.  He’s also the author of 8 Simple Rules for Dating my Teenage Daughter which was turned into the hit ABC TV series.



    Tags:  Dogs of Christmas, puppies, dogs, Bruce Cameron, Christmas, rescue, shelter, adoption

  • 00:56

    Living Life Through Sled Dogs: The Tuuluuwak Pack Talks to Mama Cruz

    in Lifestyle

    During this episode, I am going to speak with Steven Laviolette and his family about not just living with sled dogs, but living life THROUGH them.

    For those listening that already roll with this crazy life in and around sled dogs, you understand the sacrifices, the joys and the mushing lifestyle. But as this sport makes its rebound, with young folks up and coming, enthusiats and companion owners of these Northern Breeds getting interested for the first time in mushing, opening up the campfire style discussions of just what it takes to maintain a kennel of healthy, happy sled dogs, but the lessons these dogs teach us about how to live, and how to love. 

    The everyday upkeep of a mushing kennel is just where this life begins. You tell most folks out there just the basics of nutritious diets, fresh water, clean kennels, Vetting and of course daily exercise in harness, and they scratch their heads and wonder not only WHY we continue to do what we do, but do so with such passion and determination. THAT is what I would like this conversation with the Tuuluuwak mushers to cover. 

  • 00:16

    Sanctuary for Senior Dogs

    in Pets

    THE SANCTUARY FOR SENIOR DOGS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the rescue, adoption, and lifelong care of senior dogs abandoned in shelters and pounds. All of our dogs live in Sanctuary-approved foster homes until a permanent home can be found. Senior dogs too ill to be adopted stay in a Sanctuary hospice foster home for life. All senior dogs are spayed or neutered prior to placement.   Join me as I speak with Deborah Workman from the sanctuary and learn about all they do for senior dogs.   They are located in Cleveland Ohio.   www.SanctuaryforSeniorDogs.org
    Your generous donation allows our work with the abandoned senior dog population to continue and to grow. Without your support, our work would not be possible.

  • 00:59

    Matthew Failor & The 17th Dog Team: Life Through Sled Dogs, Mama Cruz Style

    in Lifestyle

    We are going to have Matthew Failor of the 17th Dog team here to talk with us for an hour about not just "Life With Sled Dogs," but "Life THROUGH Sled Dogs:" The why's of mushing in the first place, and what living through them means to Matthew himself. 

    As this show is new and most may not know me, I want to explain a bit more on what I mean by life WITH and life THROUGH sled dogs. Lfie with the sled dogs means everything from a personal bio to what the dogs are fed, and life THROUGH is going to cover the very basics of why we mush in the first place, to what these majestic creatures have taught us about living, loving and doing right. 

    The converstaion is going to be very from-the-hip in an "around the campfire" tone; As sled dog enthusiasts and mushers, we ALL have a story to tell, a new perspective to share and lessons to pass along, regardless of what size our kennels are and if our names are recognized throughout the community, or not. 

    Matthew has a background that spans tourism with the sled dogs, as well as racing, and has some fantastic perspectives to share, and stories a-plenty. I do hope you'll join us for this conversation! 

  • 01:05

    Dogs Can Bite?

    in Pets

    Dogs Can Bite?
    Michelle Huntting will interview Teresa Lewin on dog bite prevention.
    Teresa is an expert Canadian Dog Bite Prevention Educator, Canine (and rabbit)  behavior specialist and consultant, the co-author of Getting Started, Clicker Training your Rabbit, and Vice President of Doggone Safe, INC. She has over 30 years of experience in the pet industry and is an award winning and internationally renown animal behavior expert. Teresa's passion is for dog bite prevention which is most notably expressed through the non-profit organization Doggone Safe, INC. See her full bio on www.nobiteme.com
    Sponsored by: Kenyon Canine Institute

  • 00:44

    Babies, Toddlers, and Dogs- Oh My!

    in Pets

    Babies, Toddlers, and Dogs- Oh My! Jennifer Shryock is a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant (CDBC), owner of Family Paws™ LLC in Cary, NC and holds a degree in Special Education. Jennifer is also U.S. VP of Doggone Safe a non-profit dedicated to dog bite prevention and victim support.  A recognized expert on child-dog interactions and safety, Jennifer has written and spoken extensively about these topics. Her two programs, Dogs & Storks® and the Dog & Baby Connection™ have been featured in national media from The Wall Street Journal to TV and radio.
    Jennifer recognized a need for support and education for families and began building resources for new and expecting families through her own business Family Paws.  A consistent need for this specialized service led to the creation of the highly endorsed international program Dogs & Storks® for expecting and adopting families and then years later The Dog & Baby Connection™, for families with babies 3 months of age and up. 

  • 00:33

    Scaredy Dog? Living with & Training Fearful Dogs

    in Pets

    Scaredy Dog? Living with and Training Fearful Dogs Michelle Huntting will interview Debbie Jacobs. Debbie Jacobs, CPDT-KA, CAP2, is the author of “A Guide To Living With & Training A Fearful Dog, which was a finalist in the 2008 Dog Writers Association of America’s annual writing competition.  She lives in Vermont with her husband and 4 dogs and created the fearfuldogs website to help owners and trainers learn about fear based behaviors in dogs. Debbie speaks internationally on the most effective and humane ways to work with fearful dogs. She is an advocate for the use of force and fear-free training methods for all dogs. You can follow her on twitter @fearfuldogs and stay up to date on training and rehabilitation information on both the fearfuldogs.com, Facebook, and Fearful Dogs' Blog.
    Dog Talk is Sponsored by Kenyon Canine Institute. KCI provides education worldwide for professional dog trainers.

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