• 00:36

    Military Working Dog Adoptions

    in Health

    Debbie Kandoll is the founder of Military Working Dog Adoptions that is a private non-profit organization in the process of obtaining 501(c)3 status. Although there is NO CHARGE for the actual adoption of a Retiring MWD, issues arise such as a retired Military Working Dogs (MWD) needing domestic/international transport or an adopter needing help with a MWD's medical situation or even the purchase of medicines in certain circumstances.
    MWD Adoptions also GLADLY REHOMES any MWD needing a new Forever Home, and many times we find ourselves driving cross-country to retrieve or rehome one of our Retired Heroes. Your donations will fund our efforts to help Retiring Military Working Dogs to find Forever Homes! On behalf of our MWD Heroes.
    ”I just wanted you to hear this from someone who's right in the thick of everything with these MWDs about just how much these dogs are loved while they're working. They really do get royal treatment that most people don't have the opportunity to see. The handlers love them and so do the vet staff. Yes, they are kept in kennels. No, they don't get to go home with someone every night...but while they are a military asset, they really aren't treated like property. I've seen big strong military policemen reduced to tears when their dog was too hurt to be able to go on. I've seen an entire room full of policeman and veterinary staff tearing up like children because of it. These dogs are the center of attention while they are MWD's, and they are the number one reason that veterinarians exist in the military. It's the part of my job that I take the most pride in.” Animal Care SGT, U.S. Army
     

  • 00:30

    Working at Home-Follow Up to Jan. 23 Introduction

    in Entrepreneur

    Today we will be discussing working at home in more detail, in preparation for the interview later today (Saturday, Jan. 24) with famous author, Lynda Brown. Lynda will be interviewing Deborah about her new ebook on working at home. Listen as Deb Killion discusses various work at home opportunity types, talks about the challenges of working at home, and takes your calls on finding the right work at home job so that you can make real money at home. In this episode, she also discusses some of the plans she has for Small Town Global, her global technology company and what vision she sees for the future of technology. Listen to the interview with Lynda Brown later today here: The Author Chat Show with Lynda Brown, Amazon best-selling author (airing LIVE at 4pm CST), Saturday, Jan. 24th.


     

  • 00:30

    Dog Works Radio: Myths about dogs

    in Pets

    Join hosts Robert and Michele Forto as they bring you Dog Works Radio from Willow, Alaska

  • 00:46

    Military Mortgage Talk Jan, 21st broadcast!

    in Real Estate

    Military Mortgage talk is the only National radio broadcast about VA Home Loans!

  • 01:01

    Dr Nels heals dogs' back pain, plus dog training/behavior questions answered.

    in Pets

    Welcome back, Dr Nels Rasmussen www.nelshealingministry.com.  Host of The Dog Show, Julie Forbes, brings two of her dogs into the booth this week for Dr Nels to "adjust".  Both have tweaked backs.  The first is her 12 year old dachshund and the second is her 8 year old australian cattle dog.  Dr. Nels practices a technique called B.E.S.T. that has worked wonders for many animals in the Greater Seattle Area.  Learn about his wonderful work on today's show.  Then, Julie talks with booth engineer and director of operations at the station, Eric, about his new rescue dog.  She'll answer any and all questions he has about the new member of his family.  Find Julie's blog and all past episodes archived at www.dogradioshow.com.


     

  • 00:56

    Service Dog Welfare - Experts in Service Dog industry express concern.

    in Pets

    Experts in the service dog industry, Jeanne Hampl and Darcie Boltz share their perspective on a family highlighted with Matt Lauer who have a service dog for their small child.  Can we expect a young child to know how to properly handle a dog by herself?  During the interview the dog showed signs of stress that the general public wouldn't recognize, but had the dog industry ignite - like panting and yawning.  This interview brings up a larger topic of service dog welfare that gets lost in the "feel-good" stories, like this, that get ignorantly run in the media all the time.  My question is:  WHAT ABOUT THE DOG?


     


     

  • 02:01

    Working with the Spirit Presents - The Return of Mother Wassima

    in Paranormal

    Papa Lou is away somewhere in a deep underground facility. Therefore Dr. Corbeaux and Amorea will be mannning the helm this Friday as we bring back Mother Wassima to learn us something about old conjure. Be sure to bring your questions! 


    The Text-line will be unavailable this Friday - so for those of you who are a little shy, send your questions over to the show page http://www.facebook.com/workingwiththespirit and we'll do our best to get to those as well.


    Praise God!


     


    Working with the Spirit Facebook Page


    http://www.facebook.com/workingwiththespirit

  • 02:04

    Military Mamas has a Caller from Africa

    in Military

    In this episode we had a suprise caller from Africa who had an interesting take on changing the world for the better.

  • 01:55

    The Truth Police with Timothy Spearman @ Andy Peacher UK Forced Adoptions

    in News

    Join Julie from Immingham South Humberside on her forced adoptions story.


    UK Forced Adoption


    http://forcedadoptions.co.uk/forced-adoptions/


    http://childprotectionwhistleblowers.com/2014/12/hello-world/


    Forced adoption is a term used by critics of the practice of removing children permanently from their parents and the subsequent adoption of those children, following intervention by the local education authority in the United Kingdom. British Member of Parliament John Hemming estimates that "over 1000" of the 1,360 adoptions carried out without the parents' consent in 2010 may have been undertaken "wrongly".[1] Martin Narey, ministerial adviser on adoption and former chief executive of Barnardo's, disagreed, stating, "Overwhelmingly in all the cases that I have looked at, in all the research I have read I don't think there's anything to suggest that a significant proportion of those are inappropriate".[1]


    The government of the United Kingdom states that children are only removed and adopted out without parental consent when it is in the child's best interests to do so. There is a legal process that must be followed and the decision ultimately rests with a judge who must decide the evidence against the parents on the balance of probabilities.

  • 00:41

    Military Mortgage Talk Episode 12 27 2014

    in Real Estate

    As the Director of Military Mortgage Talk, I feel a sense of accomplishment accompanied with gratitude. My goal is to focus on VA Home loans and bring the Veterans what they deserve! Access to all the VA programs and services available! We have established a network of working professionals who are the best at what they do. Realtors, Mortgage & Title!

  • 01:11

    Episode 264: The American Military in WWI

    in Military

    Well inside an officer's career arch, we saw the American Navy move from the Great White Fleet, The Spanish American War to the age of the Dreadnought. Our Army, from ad-hoc volunteer units to a professional army going head-to-head with the finest professional army on the planet.


    How did our military and our Navy build up to WWI, and how did that experience inform the evolution of our national defense infrastructure.


    Our guest for the full hour will be Dr. John T. Kuehn , the General William Stofft Chair for Historical Research at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College CGSC). He retired from the U.S. Navy 2004 at the rank of commander after 23 years of service as a naval flight officer flying both land-based and carrier-based aircraft. He has taught a variety of subjects, including military history, at CGSC since 2000. He authored Agents of Innovation (2008), A Military History of Japan: From the Age of the Samurai to the 21st Century (2014), and co-authored Eyewitness Pacific Theater (2008) with D.M. Giangreco as well as numerous articles and editorials and was awarded a Moncado Prize from the Society for Military History in 2011. His latest book, due out from Praeger just in time for the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo is Napoleonic Warfare: The Operational Art of the Great Campaigns.

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