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In this radio show I'll be talking about service dogs. I'll gladly take any of your calls and questions about service dogs, in addition I'll be covering the following.
Who can get a service dog.
Where to get a service dog.
What service dogs dog.
Training for a service dog.
Service dog accessibility.
What to do if you see someone with a service dog.
And much more.
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Soldiers with service dogs- you’ve seen articles and pictures about them, but what does it have to do with domestic violence or women? Bart Sherwood, from Train a Dog Save a Warrior will join us to talk about PTSD, trauma, women in the military, and just what are the rules and training that apply to service dogs. Why are dogs helpful? What are the problems and blessings of PTSD service dogs, and why should we care? Join us for Service Dogs and DV Saturday at 11 am PST,
On this episode of Talk2theAnimalsRadio, ethologist, dog behaviorist and trainer Jennifer Cattet, Ph.D. joins us discusses how she trains dogs to become service dogs who alert to diabetes and assist with seizures. Amy Breyer, Founder and Exectuive Director of the Animal History Museum shares how this is the first museum dedicatd to understanding and celebrating the human-animal bond. As always, you'll hear from our animal guest and hear tips about animal communication and ideas on how U2CanTalk2theAnimals!
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Episode 160 “No Service”
In this Elsie-less episode John deals with three steaks and a widow next door with dementia. Marc regales a tale of drinks with former co-host Ben riddled with customer service fiascoes. They cover restaurant tipping, sixteenth century social media and stumble through a game of “Finish My Sentence”.
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
Support Dogs, Inc.
Bill has been with Support Dogs, Inc. since April 1998.
Support Dogs was founded on training assistance dogs for people who needed assistance with mobility-related tasks. Today, Support Dogs trains a variety of assistance dogs to meet several segments of the population.
Service Dogs - These dogs are trained to complete mobility-related tasks for someone with a physical disability. The dogs are trained to open doors, retrieve dropped and distant objects, help with undressing, carry bags, rises to counters, as well as a variety of other mobility-related tasks.
Psychiatric Service Dogs - These dogs are trained to help military veterans suffering from the effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). These dogs are trained not only to be very confident and obedient in any environment, they act as a grounding mechanism for their client.
Canine-Assisted Activity Dog - This dog is trained and placed with an individual who is an employee of the facility in which the dog will work. Typically, the dog is used as a therapeutic tool by the handler, helping to initiate a response from the residents, patients, or clients of the facility.
Hearing Dogs - These dogs are trained and placed with someone who is Deaf or hard of hearing. The dog can alert to sounds in the environment, such as a door knock, smoke alarm, alarm clock, or a name call.
I will be with Support Dogs on GiveSTLDay May 6, 2014. A great day for local giving, it’s nationwide find yours here and be a philanthropist for a day.
Did you know that there are some foods that cats and dogs should not eat? Should cats be bathed? Or are their normal grooming habits enough? In this episode, we'll address some of the do's and don'ts involved with caring for healthy, happy cats and dogs. So join us for this pet Q and A (post Fourth of July) session on our upcoming edition of The Missy Show! We look forward to hearing from you.
Marjorie’s Kennel in rural New York in August of 2013 was found by the Department of Agriculture to have more than 200 dogs, living in filthy pens: many suffering from disease or injuries. Rescue efforts have resulted in the release of 60 dogs who have been found to be suffering from the following:
* 36 dogs with Giardia
* 21 dogs with Coccidia
* 55 dogs with roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and/or tapeworms
* 12 dogs with bacterial infections
* 11 dogs with fungal or yeast infections
* 2 dogs with demodectic mange
* 3 dogs with systemic bacterial infections
* 27 dogs with bite wounds
* 2 dogs with frostbite injuries
* 4 dogs with untreated torn cranial cruciate ligaments and severe patellar luxations
* 41 dogs with patellar luxation of grades 1-4
* 29 dogs with abscesses
* 2 dogs with hip dysplasia
* 2 dogs with malformed limbs or patellar fusion
* 1 dog with mammary cancer
* 1 puppy with a large burn
* 2 dogs with sarcoptic mange
* 60 dogs frightened of human beings and completely unsocialized.
More than 50 sick dogs were euthanized and 50 more are believed to have been sent to or sold at a dog ‘auction’ in Ohio following the inspection. In October of 2013, the owner of the kennel, Marjorie Ingraham, signed an agreement to release the remaining dogs into the care of Suncoast Keeshond Rescue, however, after signing the agreement to release the rest of her dogs and vowing to ‘retire’ from breeding, Ms. Ingraham has refused to turn over the remaining dogs to rescuers.
Dee Wingfield joins us to discuss the ongoing effort to close this puppy mill. Following this, Richard Casey joins us to discuss pet safety for your dog. Please join us and be part of the discussion. Please follow our web site
In this edition of Leave The Memories Alone, Samer Kadi and I discuss this past weekend’s UFC extravaganza, which Samer watched 0 seconds of. Plus, in our new greatest segment ever, we pitch our Dana White and Ronda Rousey TV show. Finally, we talk about our progress in Watch Dogs.