• 00:31

    The great shelter debate and no-kill shelters

    in Pets

    I'll be discussing the shelter debate, why a shelter pet isn't for everyone, and why it's not ok look down on those who choose not to get their pet from a shelter, and why you need to keep the shelter lecture to yourself.


    Also, my feelings on kill vs. no-kill shelters and how they really operate.
     

  • 02:05

    Sunday Rescue-Helping High Kill County Shelters

    in Pets

    Two women very passionate about dog rescue ae taking innovative steps to HELP high kill county shelters. Linda Carel, Founder of LA 4 Animals, is working hard to save animals from Los Angeles high kill county shelters by not only pulling animals, networking, and transporting, but by working with the shelters to make improvements. 


    Tallulah Trice has dedicated her life to animal rescue is changing the perception of county shelters in the southeast by dramatically lowering the euthanasia rate of Beaufort County Animal Services. She has earned the respect and praise of fellow county shelter administrators.


    Learn how these two women are having a long lasting impact on changing the practices of high kill shelters and saving the lives of countless animals. Robert Pregulman co-hosts.


    Read more about these two women HERE


    This show is open to callers. Please visit our Facebook page.

  • 01:30

    Sunday Rescue-Helping Hand-Helping shelters and Pilots N Paws

    in Pets

    Making Good Work is an organization that gives assistance to pet shelters/rescues with grant writing, strategic planning, program development, training, technical assistance, and evaluation services.  Lisa Lunghofer, Ph.D. will discuss how they help organizations such as Best Friends Animal Society reach their goal. Dr. Lisa Lunghofer, Executive Director of Making Good Work, has 20 years of experience working successfully with public sector and nonprofit clients, helping them to create strategic plans, develop logic models, write successful grant proposals, develop evaluation plans, craft marketing materials, and identify and track outcomes. She has worked extensively in the areas of child welfare, violence prevention, child and adolescent well-being, animal welfare, and the human-animal bond.


    Pilots N Paws is an all volunteer organization that provides invaluable transportation services of animals in need of rescue and shelter. Learn more about how they work and the wonderful service they provid with Executive Director Kathleen Quinn.


    Justice for King is the story of a cat recently in the news that was video taped being kicked like a football and the fight to have the abuser prosecuted. Milena A. will join us to talk about these efforts.

  • 01:01

    Ask The Cat Doctor about Cat Shelters and Adoptions

    in Pets

    In this broadcast of Ask The Cat Doctor Talk Radio, we discuss cat shelters, rescues, and adoption groups, and how adopting a cat can change lives... both yours and the cat! Plus, what steps should you take to prepare to bring your new cat home?
    We also take your questions, whether on this topic or any other topic, since no question is too big or too small! Cat talk radio with feline veterinarian Dr. Shelby Neely is the place to learn everything you could ever want to know about cats. Join us every Sunday and Wednesday and call or write in with your own personal cat questions at http://www.askthecatdoctor.com/cat-talk.html . For more on these and other cat health and news topics, visit Dr. Neely's website at www.askthecatdoctor.com, which was chosen as the Best Cat Health Website in 2012.

  • 01:01

    Save Them All

    in Environment

    Faith Maloney
    Co-Founder,  Best Friends Animal Society


    Their mission is simple and incredibly powerful: "Together, we will end the killing in America's shelters. Save them all." Millions of pets end up in shelters each year for a myriad of reasons - divorce, foreclosure, death in the family, economic problems and sometimes even problems with the pets and their behavior. Tragically, over 4 million of these homeless pets are killed in shelters each year. The research done by the Best Friends Animal Society supports that 90% of the animals that enter shelters are adoptable, or could be, with care and treatment. Best Friends believe it's possible to make this senseless killing a thing of the past and they intend to do just that.  Join me to learn how. This show is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Best Friends Animal Society and is in memory of Pam Hodges.

  • 00:31

    Laurie Cardillo, Gallia County Dog Warden December 17 2014 Business Talk 1:00 pm

    in Education

    Business Talk will feature Laurie Cardillo, Gallia County Dog Warden December 17 2014 Business Talk 1:00 pm

  • 01:24

    RFB ~ Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah

    in Politics Conservative

    Salutations from Sue and Kel. We hope everybody has a blessed Season. This Show is dedicated to animals. Remember the Sentients.


    My  (sometimes)Solo Show where I am left to my own incorrigible devices... No apologies, Folks, as I am always fed up about something...


    I’m the Infidel your imam warned about…


    Mondays at 3PM EDT with Tim Burton, Thursdays, 1PM ET at islam EXPOSED  with Tim Burton and Dave Milner, and Fridays at 7PM where I fly solo.


    Listen to selected shows of the RFB as well at Pundit Press Radio:


    http://punditpressradio.thepunditpress.com


    "Mass islamity ~ Stop the Insanity.”

  • 01:00

    5500 Reasons to CARE about AN ACT OF DOG

    in Culture

    (Please Click on the Title to be taken to SHOW PAGE with Slide Show)
    Please join me,  Frankie Picasso on Thursday, November 13th at 1:00 pm est when I interview  power couple Marina Dervan and Mark Barone, co-founders of  An ACT of Dog- Museum of Compassion. This incredible initiative Fuses the power of art, with the science of compassion and the heart of philanthropy.

    An Act of Dog- Museum of Compassion is this couple's tribute to the animals who have died needlessly and without the love they deserved,  in Shelters throughout the USA. Through a stunning display of paintings, 5500 to be exact, each painting is a tribute to the real dogs, the healthy dogs,  who were killed in Shelters due to financial constraints, cruelty and a stunning lack of compassion. Why 5500? Because thats how many dogs are KILLED daily in shelters across America.

    Marina and Mark are memorializing these beautiful souls and are  seeking our support, to create a permanently display of this awe inspiring exhibit called An Act of Dog- Museum of Compassion. They hope to build a' forever fund' that will  use 100% of your donation towards the salvation of shelter animals. This Museum is the perfect educational platform to promote compassion for all animals.


     

  • 01:56

    Prophetic Intervention from " Dr. Debra Common " on RHL Ministry Radio

    in Lifestyle

    RHL Ministry Radio and Apostle Natalie Young  welcomes " Prophetic Intervention from  Dr. Debra Common " Minister Debra A. Common was bestowed the Honorary Doctorate of Divinity Degree (DD) from Elbon Solutions - College of Ministry, Apple Valley, CA, and has studied at the Institute for Christian Works Bible College. She says that we must continue to study the word of God so that we may rightly divide the word of truth to God’s people everywhere. Dr. Debra A. Common is an associate member of Gil Gal Ministries in Evergreen Park, Illinois. Dr. Common has a Prayer Ministry that embarks upon touching the very heart of God by prayer and intercession for the nation and those who have been abused, loss souls and spiritually misguided.   Dr. Common speaks the Word of God and uses her singing ministry with God's anointing to minister to children, youth, women, men, churches, Leaders, shelters, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, hospitals, prisons and the homeless encouraging and urging individuals to accept Jesus Christ as their personal savior;  And to return to their First Love, JESUS CHRIST.  In addition, Dr. Debra Prayer Conference Line is available for Intercessory Prayer.
    Dacommon@att,net
    www.weliveandremember.com
    www.RHLMinistryRadio.com

  • 01:59

    Community Preparedness & Security Operations

    in Politics

    Our next guest will be discussing a topic that I think we will all benefit from. Arthur Evangelista, affectionately known as Dr Art, holds a PhD, is a Vietnam-era veteran, and is a graduate of the U.S. Army Military Police Academy. Just a short intro to which I'll add that he is proficient in community preparedness and security operations.



    This episode, Dr Art will be hitting on these topics:

    1)  Why Prepare ?

    2)  Psychology of Preparedness and Security

    3)  Considerations for Preparedness Planning and Group Security

    4)  Community and Groups…everyone contributes

    5)  Skill sets required for:
        Medical, Security and possible Resistance, Intelligence/Communications     Information, Food, Water and Irrigation, Waste Disposal, Children and the Infirm, Housing/Shelters, Long Term needs (foods, planting/harvest), Education, Psychological, Logistical, Mobilization, and rebuilding after-the-fact. Socio-political issues.

    Check out Dr Art's Web Sites: www.communitypreparedness.yolasite.com  and   http://www.survivaldoc.com

    As always your questions and comments are encouraged and welcomed.

  • 01:20

    Pet Radio- Headlines: Small Town Municipal Animal Shelter Raided by State Health

    in Pets

    Helmetta is a very small town in New Jersey. In 2011, under the direction of the Mayor, an animal shelter was built to not only take in strays and abused animals from the township, but for a fee they offered their services to 10 other surroundig town. From the shelters begining it ws plagued by complaints of unsanitary and unhealthy conditions, animals being euthanized without evr being put up for adoption, adopting out animals without being vetted, spayed or neutered, and even adopting out sick and pregnant dogs and cats. The New Jersey SPCA apparently agreed and issued citations against the shelter six times.Still nothing happened and as the years went by, it apparently only became worse... until a local news station did  series of reports and the sheltrs own vet. went on camera to blow the wistle. In November the NJ health department and the NJ SPCA raided the shelter nd closed it down for health code violations amd the town council turned the shelter over to the SPCA for temporary administration. According to sources the SPCA found the conditions and health of the animals even worse than what they feared. And this bizzare story continues with some questioning the Mayor's role in this.


    Two people involved in this case are joining us. First Martin Mondoker, a local activist will share with us this whole story from his standpoint, and  Michelle Dawn with Homeless Animal Lifeline, a rescue who was allowed to pull cats from the shelter and witnessed first hand the conditions inside the shelter.


    Join us to hear how a few dedicated people refused to have their voice ignored and made a difference.


    Please visit our web site and Facebook page


     

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