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Macie is a border collie who lost a leg after a car accident, but that doesn't stop her from dog disk, (frisbee) competion and herding! She is full of energy, love and life and is an inspiration for all.
Dorothy is a very spunky seven year old Yorkie who became paralyzed by the hands of her previous owners children, when they threw her down the stairs using her as a football. She’d like to make it clear, she’s a dog not a toy!
With the love and compassion of United Yorkie Rescue and her favorite Auntie Jennifer, Dorothy found a foster home, turned forever home, where she has been allowed to heel, thrive and now rule her domain.
Also joining the show is Annie Blumenfeld from Wags 4 Hope.
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Alana, Dareth and Amy share the tales of their three legged cats with the Tripawds community!
Follow the three-legged adventures of these popular tri-kitties at their respective blogs:
Alana's Blog for Crepes: http://catinthefridge.com
Dareth's Blog for Misty: http://ddmckenna.tripawds.com/
Amy's Blog for Steve: http://stevetheprettytripawdkitty.tripawds.com/
Learn about Vaccine Associated Sarcoma (VAS) in cats, feline cancer, and other common reasons kitties often require amputation. Hear about how to cope with diagnosis and care for cats during recovery after surgery.
Visit Tripawds to for more help, resources, and information about amputation for cats and dogs. Join the discussion and hop into the chat room or start your free Tripawds blog to share your story!
DISCLAIMER: Tripawd Talk Radio is intended for entertainment purposes, content herein should not be considered a substitute for veterinary advice. Please consult your vet with any medical concerns for your pets.
Today our feature guest is Tripawds, the largest online community for three legged animals and their people., and Erica and her tripod cat named Jill. You will hear heart warming stories of living with 3 legged animals.
Also joining us is Dr. Mitsie Vargas who will be discussing national pet week and what that means to pet parents, and Megan Kate Ferguson, (international animal trainer and enrichment specialist) will tell us about the Pet Wall of Fame.
So sit back, put your feet up, and get ready to smile and shed a tear! Get your cat treats out: it's time for the Pet Radio Show!
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Shawna Gallagher, new trainer and owner of Pet Coach to the Rescue comes on The Dog Show to ask Julie, dog training and behavior expert, some of her biggest questions about working with dogs, the industry, and more. Great discussion that brings up a lot of big topics like “All Positive” trainers vs. “balanced” trainers, what impact has nutrition had on working with dogs, and the difference between working with dog training vs. dog behavior.
It's a new release and giveaway! Come join me on July 14 when I read an excerpt from my newest book, The Hairy-Legged Girls Club. One lucky listener will win an e-copy!
Three for the Win is here once again. On today's show I discuss the tragic passing of Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn and talk about his legacy. My brief memories of him and memories shared by others
I will also discuss Game 5 of the NBA Finals and the what it means for the Spurs and what does the future hold for Miami
Guests: Mia Cobb and Julie Hecht, authors of "Do You Believe in Dog? - What happens when two canine scientists become pen pals?" Mia and Julie are the hosts of this years SPARCS conference that is happening this weekend! June 20-22nd. www.caninescience.info
Julie Hecht is a Canine Behavioral Researcher and manages Alexandra Horowitz's Dog Cognition Lab at Barnard College. In 2010, she founded Dog Spies where she blogs, lectures and holds programs on the science behind dog and the dog-human relationship.
Mia Cobb is a freelance animal welfare science consultant, researcher and communicator and is in a Ph.D. program researching the effects of social and environmental enrichment on the welfare, stress and performance of kenneled working dogs.
Human Animal Science
Did you know that most dog bites are with children, but also that it is a familiar dog that bit them? Is it possible to prevent that? What are the children doing that gets the dog to bite them? Is it true that some dogs will bite without warning?
Please listen in to clear some points of view you might have about dog bites and what tools you might be able to use to prevent a possible dog bite!