• 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
     

  • 01:59

    Military Mamas Talk Terrorism

    in Military

    We will update you on what is happening around the world. We hope that you will call in and share with us the kinds of things you are seeing where you live. Is the media the worst terrorist for giving the bad guys a platform? Or have you experienced things in your neck of the woods that aren't getting reported? Join us to discuss.
     

  • 01:59

    Military Mamas Show Discusses Current Events

    in Military

    Carrie and Joe discuss topics that our hot in military news, including the recent report that Marines were asked to leave their weapons and retreat? ?

  • 00:26

    Therapy Dog Programs

    in Pets

    Join host Robert and Michele Foero as the talk about Therapy Dogs on Dog Works Radio.


    Dog Works Radio us part of the Dog Works Radio Network. 


     

  • 01:09

    Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show! Julie Forbes talks with Show Chair Jane Anderson

    in Pets

    There's more to the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show than pretty dogs trotting around the rings.  In this episode of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes, dog training and behavior expert Julie Forbes talks with show chair Jane Anderson about all the different aspects of the Seattle Kennel Club Dog Show which is coming up on March 7 & 8.  www.seattlekennelclub.org


    From agility trials, to police dog demos, herding and nosework demos, and of course "K9 Freestyle" (dancing with your dog), there's plenty to entertain the whole family.  Learn about breeding and other fun facts about dogs in today's informative episode.


    Find all of our over 300 episodes archived on www.dogradioshow.com and also as a free audio podcast on iTunes.

  • Military Mamas Premier Online

    in Military

    Military Mamas Show aired in Cincinnati, Ohio on live talk radio from 2008 to December 2013. They made the decision to transition to internet radio beginning January 2014,so that the host could broadcast from any where in the world and reach a broader listener base.


    They are looking forward to being a part of the Blogtalk community!

  • 02:31

    Working with the Spirit with Papa Lou presents: Readings and Realism

    in Paranormal

    Tune in tonight as we fire up vintage Working with the Spirit and have a reading show.  Y'all remember when we used to do them more frequently.  Well so do we!  Tonight we'll be doing free readings as well as injecting a shot of realism in today's spiritual community as we talk about the roll of witches in the work and discuss the reasons why so many in our communities have turned from the work.  It'll be lively as we step up on our soapboxes for a bit.  Phone in at (646) 564-782 or text questions to (770) 648-4171

  • 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.


     

  • 02:05

    WILLIE DOG SHOW

    in Entertainment

    MARCH MADNESS MARCH MADNESS HOUSE OF HOOK THIS SATURDAY!!!!WENT IN THE BUSHES AND FOUND A CUB TONY "HITLER" WRIGHT SAID HE READY, WE WILL SEE TONIGHT!!!!TONY "BOSS" BYNES PEEKED HIS HEAD OUT FROM IN THE BUSHES LAST NIGHT, WILL HE STAY OUT OR WILL CANDY CRUSH, CRUSH HIS AZZ "AGAIN"???

  • 02:00

    MMSRS #30 - Filing taxes and the male military spouse

    in Military

    Join host Dave Etter and guest Rob Aeschbach, founder and owner of The Military Financial Planner LLC, as we discuss and take call concerning filing taxes this year.


    MMSRS is a weekly 2-hour web-based radio show, hosted by Dave Etter, focusing on the needs of men married to serving military members, both men and women. Male Military Spouses are a small niche of military spouses, comprising of only 7%-8% of all military spouses. We feel left out, usually, at support functions - especially those designed with the spouses being identified as "wives"! We get cajoled at playgrounds where our kids play, from the mommies there who think we don't belong. We are proud SAHDs, who gave up our careers to follow our spouses as they dedicate thier lives to defend our country! Here, on this show, we come together and share beer recipes, diaper changing techniques, financial discoveries - manly things, for men! Airs Fridays at Noon CT, rated R for the cussing that can occur, and available for download (podcast) immediately following each show.
     

  • 00:05

    Silent Tears of A Military Mom

    in Blogs

     


     Recently my cousin messaged me, I would die if my son will be in the military. How can you live with the fear that any moment he could be sent to a war? I couldn’t do it .. I would have done all I could to stop him from going in the military, and for that I admire you.


     My answer to her was…I will never forget how my heart dropped when my son came to tell me he wanted to join the military. I asked him if he was sure and if that’s what he wanted then.. I will support his decision 100%. He explained his reasons and I noticed he had really thought it over and was sure of his decision. I knew if he saw that his decision was breaking my heart he wouldn’t go through with it. The next few months were emotionally torturing and that’s when my silent tears began. The day came when we had to drive him so he could begin his journey. On my way to drop him off, I prayed for strength. The time to say our goodbyes came, he said bye to my daughter, my boyfriend and then me. That hug almost made me break down, as I hugged him in my head I scream to God for strength and to please help me hold my tears. As we pull away I saw his tears, I took a deep breath and said "Hey, don’t cry you see me I'm strong and time will fly, we will see each other soon." He cracked a smirked and said "true," took a deep breath and walked away. I held my tears in till I got in my car, and I just let it out. I was not seeing my son leaving but one of my best friends. 


    I'm very proud of him and his achievements so far in his military journey, but I couldn’t be selfish. A mother or any parent must let their child free and let them spread their wings. My faith gives me strength and yes I'm hurting but I have faith that the Lord and my grandmother are watching over him and keeping him safe. Only I know how many silent tears I've shed.

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