• 01:31

    Voices Carry for Animals # 29

    in Pets

    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: petsafehaven@gmail.com


    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.

  • 01:59

    2-11-15 - Dr. Hildy: Winged Cats, Black Chickens and GE'd Micro Humans

    in Health

    Wednesday, February 11, 2015
    1:00-3:00PM Pacific
    (2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central, 4-6pm Eastern)


    This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy discusses the phenomenon behind “winged cats” - cats with wing-like appendages. But the unusual animal investigation doesn’t stop there. Also discussed will be the Ayam Cemani chicken of Indonesia, a rare breed whose entire body is black. Not just feathers, but head, beak, eyes, legs and even the insides.


    Oxitec, a British biotech company, plans to release an experimental mosquito population in the Florida Keys genetically engineered to combat dengue fever. Local residents are concerned for a number of reasons, such as the lack of testing done, and the sudden introduction of a non-native species into the local population.


    Are mosquitoes just the tip of the iceberg? According to some accounts, genetically modified “micro humans” could be used in scientific testing within two years. Although the dangers of genetically engineered humans should be obvious, the benefits could outweigh the cost if there is the possibility of eradicating diseases and potentially find a cure for the greatest disease of all: aging and death.
    MUCH MORE >>>
    https://onecellonelightradio.wordpress.com/2015/02/11/dr-hildy-winged-cats-black-chickens-ged-micro-humans/

  • 02:09

    Cats Clear 2 Toughest SEC Hurdles To Date. Dean & Tark + Johnny Pittman & More!!

    in Sports

    Tune in as Vinny Hardy and Terry Brown chat about the Kentucky Wildcats two most recent victories over the Florida Gators and LSU Tigers and preview their upcoming game versus the South Carolina Gamecocks.


    They will also discuss the passing of two legendary coaches: Dean Smith of the North Carolina Tar Heels and Long Beach State, UNLV, San Antonio Spurs and Fresno State head coach Jerry Tarkanian.


     Former Kentucky Wildcats in the NBA All Star Game will be talked about as well as the Three Point Contest and Slam Dunk Contest.


    We are proud to have Johnny Pittman, cohost of The Mills Show, as our guest. He'll be along at 7:15!

  • 02:19

    Cats Conquer Columbia! Jon Lipsitz joins us + Super Bowl XLIX talk & more!

    in Sports

    Tonight on Cats Talk with Vinny & Terry the fellas will look back at the Kentucky Wildcats win against the South Carolina Gamecocks and chat about the next games against the Missouri Tigers and Alabama Crimson Tide. 


    We're excited to have as our guest UK Women's Soccer Head Coach Jon Lipsitz. You definitely don't want to miss his visit!


    They will also discuss the upcoming Super Bowl between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots as well as the ongoing #DeflateGate situation. Marshawn Lynch may or may not be mentioned as well as Kobe Bryant, Klay Thompson and much much more!

  • 01:02

    Something About the Dog in Me!

    in Christianity

    Most of us can say that we have a old nature that acts like a dog at times, for example, a dog without a Master is labeled a Stray Dog, a Dirty Dog, a Lowdown Dog, a Hound Dog, a Hot Dog, or a Wild Dog. Now a nature that acts like a dog with a Master is labeled an Obedient Dog, a Watch Dog, a Rescue Dog, a Well-Kept Dog, or a Lap Dog, lets focus on Mark 7:24-30 concerning the faith of a Syrophoenician woman who answered, "Yes, Lord: yet the dogs under the table eat of the childern's crumbs"  Pastor Crow will do an expository teaching on this passage of scripture.

  • 00:48

    Pets Teach Us So Much 155 with Robbin and Joseph Everett

    in Pets

    Leo Grillo, founder of D.E.L.T.A. Rescue joins us to talk about his organization and the importance of rescue today.


    Always fun and informative, this dynamic couple from the #1 rated web tv, blog, radio and podcast show for animal lovers, Pets Teach Us So Much, Robbin and Joseph Everett entertain millions of people from all over the world with segments about:


    -Pet health and nutrition


    -Pet behavior


    -Learning from our pets-how to have better relationships with the people in our lives with The Love Genies segment


    -Animal stories from around the world


    -Guests include, authors, veterinarians, bloggers, celebrities, product inventors, charity spokespersons and animal behavior experts.


    For more information about the global leader in pet related new media entertainment, Pets Teach Us So Much Radio, Podcast, Blog, web tv, Robbin and Joseph Everett, or to book an appearance, go to http://www.TPPC.tv.


     


     

  • 01:30

    #99 - Obama Begs Congress For War; Sheen And Wahlberg Come Out; Cats Marry Dogs!

    in Politics Conservative

    Yes folks the world is turning upside down again. I believe it was a week ago that Obama was bragging about ending foreign wars and now he submits a request to Congress to go back into Iraq! Manly men Charlie Sheen and Mark Wahlberg come out of the closet. Cats marry dogs...well not yet but don't be surprised if someone wants to marry their dog, or sister, or suitcase. These are crazy times and there are some crazy folks out there, not the least of which are the politicians we elect. Even Joe Biden was talking about one of his “butt buddies” in Iowa this week.

  • 00:38

    The BYGP Locker Room Show (CJ Gable)

    in Football

    Join us, for this very special episode of the BYGP Locker Room Show, with former USC standout and current CFL superstar, CJ Gable! There are a lot of lessons that athletes learn while chasing their dreams and CJ is willing to share his journey through the football entertainment industry with us.


    CJ is the first freshman tailback in USC history, to start a season opener and he has also had major success as a professional football player as well. However, CJ is alos an entreprenuer with some very exciting things on the horizon from a business standpoint. This will definitely be a show that no aspiring player, parent or coach, should miss out on. Tune in!


    -BYGP

  • 00:23

    "Compassionate Detachment" - How This Has Helped Animals (and People)

    in Self Help

    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.

  • 00:12

    Bad Judge Kate Walsh on Life Lessons with Rick Tocquigny

    in Lifestyle

    Every pet shelter has that volunteer – the one who gives tireless care to cats as they await their forever homes. These people work to make the cats’ temporary homes safer, less stressful places. Actress Kate Walsh has two rescued cats and like so many other cat owners has enjoyed the companionship and comfort a cat provides.


     


    Now, popular actress Kat Walsh is partnering with the Purina® Cat Chow® program to thank cat shelter volunteers – real people who help cats in need.


     


    The brand will donate nearly $100,000 to the 50 participating shelters – one in every state – to acknowledge the work of the shelter volunteers that help to lessen the stress for cats living in shelters while they await their forever home. The top shelter volunteer, chosen by consumer votes and a judging panel, will receive a $25,000 makeover for the shelter he or she represents to help create a gentler, less chaotic environment for the cats.


     


    Kate Walsh shares Shelter Volunteer of the Year program that encourages cat people to support their local shelters that help animals across the country.

  • 00:31

    Susan Davis, Physical Therapist for Animals at Joycare Onsite LLC

    in Radio

    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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