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Guest: James Aspey- Animal Rights Activist 28 year old vegan, animal rights activist from Sydney, Australia. He became a Personal Trainer after winning his battle with cancer.
James helped others live healthier, more positive lives for 9 years. During that time he learned about the health benefits of cutting meat from his diet and went vegetarian. Soon later, after learning about the horrors of the egg and dairy industry, he became vegan for ethical reasons. James then took a 365 day vow of silence to raise awareness for animals and promote peace over violence, in his campaign, Voiceless365.
"As the clock struck midnight on January 1st, 2014, I commenced a vow of silence for 365 days. What this means is I voluntarily sacrificed my ability to speak for an entire year! Needless to say... It was a serious challenge!
I drove half way around Australia, volunteering at rescue farms, nursed a rescued bobby calf from nearly dying in my arms back to health, worked on the boats in protest of a shark cull, experienced the horror of factory farms with my own eyes, went to Bali to get tattoos representing animal rights and veganism, handed out hundreds of vegan advocacy DVD's and everywhere I go promoting compassion to ALL living beings while remaining entirely voiceless!
In the last quarter of my journey and cycled over 5000km's from Darwin to Sydney due to my not-so-trusty van breaking down in the middle of the Western Australian outback.
It was the adventure of a lifetime!
Join hosts, animal naturopaths Dr. Kim and Dr. Jeannie this week as they share this show with their colleague and friend, Lezia Munn. Lezia is going to talk with us about using flower essences with animals - it's been a LONG time since we've discussed this wonderful topic on the show so we are looking forward to it being shared and from a wholly naturopathic viewpoint!!
Have you ever meet an animal that has Fear of Failure?
Charlie KNOWS that animals can buy that they are "fearful". Having spent time in an animal shelter, he has actually seen it first hand but, ...... a dog who will not wag his tail "cause he might not do it right", a cat who will not bounce "because if she does not do it perfect, the target will get away", a hawk who will not take the "death dive" to capture his prey "because some passer by may judge he is falling from the sky and be upset by his choice to Go For It”, ….. that seems to be a choice an animal would not make!
And...... while accompanying Suzy on some the adventures of expanding possibilities for animals and people he has deployed her on, Charlie personally witnessed first hand many, many, many people who FROZE at the possibility that they might fail!! Yep, chose not to do something, AT ALL, because they had no guarantee that they would succeed. So very perplexing to Charlie's "animal knowing" of life and living.
Charlie and his "mouth piece" Suzy Godsey are elated to have Special Guests ~ Access Consciousness Certified Facilitator Jonas Svensson join them as they explore what appears to be a vast difference between people and animals, when it comes to fear of failure. ~ Access Consciousness Certified FacilitatorSusan Lazar Hart with expansions on relationships and special appearances by Jason Rabineau and Deidra Hubenak.
Please enjoy this exciting pre-record! Charlie & Suzy
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One of the key components to successfully working with animals is something called "compassionate detachment."
Join Animaleze founder, Susanne Peach, as she explains why everyone should be aware of "compassionate detachment," whether you are a practitoner or just working on your own animals. She'll explain what can happen when it's not in use, as well as how to engage it for faster results and a deeper relationship with your companimal. (Companimal = Companion + Animal.)
Tip--this is a great tool when working with humans, too, and can bring better results without more work.
What do animals do for us? Let's talk to the experts to find out. Joining us is Dr. Kim Nicholas, a vet from Washington state, and Jenna Pringle, who specializes in pet adoption and placement.
Hosted By Debbie Dahmer
Guest is: Mike Hasenbauer - Founder of Pet Safe Haven Grand Opening Coming Soon April 1, 2015 in Trenton NJ.
PET SAFE HAVEN A true no kill shelter. 28,000sq ft with 9 offices and a 400 sq ft fenced in play area. Multiple services under one roof....
Pet education classes coming to Pet Safe Haven. Will post a list of times and dates.
PET SAFE HAVEN GRAND OPENING APRIL 1-5, 2015
725 East State St
Trenton, NJ 08609
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
About 2.7 million healthy, adoptable cats and dogs—about one every 11 seconds—are put down in U.S. shelters each year. Often these animals are the offspring of cherished family pets. Spay/neuter is a proven way to reduce pet overpopulation, ensuring that every pet has a family to love them.
A "no-kill" shelter is an animal shelter that does not kill healthy or treatable animals even when the shelter is full, reserving euthanasia for terminally ill animals or those considered dangerous to public safety. A no-kill shelter uses many strategies to promote shelter animals; to expand its resources using volunteers, excellent housing and medical protocols; and to work actively to lower the number of homeless animals entering the shelter system.
On this week's episode of Conundrum with Cougar and Slider, we look at the paranormal and psychic abilities of animals - most commonly, dogs, cats and horses. However, there have been sightings of other animals from the spirit world. Do animals perceive the supernatural? Are animals psychic? Are they telepathic? We'll check in to all these possibilities and more! Join us this Thursday, February 5th at 5:00 PM Eastern, 4:00 PM Central and 10:00 PM UK! See you there! (My cat told me that.) ;)
We already know that Dr. Doolittle was able to converse with animals, and I’m thinking that Susan Davis possesses the same gift. Susan is a NJ Licensed Physical Therapist, and these days her patients are typically 4-legged. The benefits of physical therapy for animals have been widely accepted in the veterinary community for many years, but is a relatively new field in the US. The goal of physical therapy for animals is to improve quality of life and decrease pain -- same as for humans. Although most veterinary practices offering physical therapy are geared toward canines, techniques used in this discipline can also be applied to horses, cats, birds, rabbits, rodents and other small animals. Susan has worked on many types of dogs from an Australian Cattle Dog to a Yorkshire Terrier. Recently she had an opportunity to do some rehab on a large pig (yes, a large pig) and we’ll learn what other animals Susan has helped out with some PT and her magic touch. In 2013, Susan authored and self-published the book Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation for Animals: A Guide for the Consumer, and she also writes guest articles for pet-related blogs on a monthly basis. Some conditions in animals that benefit from PT include arthritis, hip dysplasia, and spinal deformity. Susan will share how she changed focus as a PT and began her healing work with animals. She is a member of the International Association for Veterinary Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy. After the interview, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
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