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Is your dog your BFF? Mine is my best friend and we invite you to join us in exploring the human and animal connection.
Each week we will be interviewing pet owners, trainers and nutritionists. We will be exploring the basic question"What have you learned about yourself because your dog loves you?" If you are interested in being interviewed or sharing a story for the upcoming books contact us at info@ILovePetStories.com You will want to claim your download of a priceless eBook on dog behavior at http://www.ILovePetStories.com
More than one third of all Americans live with dogs today--that is approximately 55 million dogs. The average owner expects to shell out nearly $12,000 in the course of a dog's life. 99 percent of dog owners report that they see their dogs as family members.
We love our dogs, but they love us too. 5 ways they can improve our lives.
Improved health and wellness
They make you smile and laugh.
Before you get a dog, you may have trouble imagining what living with one will be like. After you have had a canine best friend, you will be unable to imagine life without your pet.
Join us weekly as we discuss grief & loss when a pet dies, nutrition, training, breeding and rescue dogs. Check out http://www.IlovePetStories.com and watch for upcoming books & tele-classes. You will be glad.
Judy Helm Wright aka "Auntie Artichoke" pet owner
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.
Experts in the service dog industry, Jeanne Hampl and Darcie Boltz share their perspective on a family highlighted with Matt Lauer who have a service dog for their small child. Can we expect a young child to know how to properly handle a dog by herself? During the interview the dog showed signs of stress that the general public wouldn't recognize, but had the dog industry ignite - like panting and yawning. This interview brings up a larger topic of service dog welfare that gets lost in the "feel-good" stories, like this, that get ignorantly run in the media all the time. My question is: WHAT ABOUT THE DOG?
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"???
Welcome back, Dr Nels Rasmussen www.nelshealingministry.com. Host of The Dog Show, Julie Forbes, brings two of her dogs into the booth this week for Dr Nels to "adjust". Both have tweaked backs. The first is her 12 year old dachshund and the second is her 8 year old australian cattle dog. Dr. Nels practices a technique called B.E.S.T. that has worked wonders for many animals in the Greater Seattle Area. Learn about his wonderful work on today's show. Then, Julie talks with booth engineer and director of operations at the station, Eric, about his new rescue dog. She'll answer any and all questions he has about the new member of his family. Find Julie's blog and all past episodes archived at www.dogradioshow.com.
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1. Are vacation rentals a part of your retirement/investment strategy?
2. Could you benefit from some tips on how to minimize the vacancies and stabilize the income?
3. Do you think you could learn a thing or two from the nations 2nd largest vacation rental company?
Sarah Boone is a Business Development Representative in San Diego for Vacasa, LLC. Vacasa is the nation's second largest vacation rental company and the 9th fastest growing company in the United Sates according to the Inc. 5,000 list in 2014. They manage a portfolio of over 1,600 homes domestically and have expanded internationally. Vacasa leads the way in the industry with a cutting edge income guarantee for owners, sophisticated rate optimizing software and an aggressive, individualized advertising plan for each home they manage. Southern California is a mecca for vacationers and Vacasa works hard to get owners the best possible return on their properties while protecting their investments.
My Life Without My Kids is a broadcast that speaks to men and women who have been separated or alienated from their children. The broadcast was started by two sisters who decided to share their own personal accounts and experiences of dealing with parental alienation, and how their change of perspective helped them to press beyond and overcome. To stay connected between broadcasts, like our FaceBook @MyLifeWithoutMyKids.
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.