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Susan Bulanda, Certified Animal Behavior Consultant and author will be on with us and giving away three of her best-sellers. Recognized as a dog trainer since 1963, Susan Bulanda has worked with dogs in a variety of fields. She is recognized worldwide expert in canine Search & Rescue. With her husband Larry, successfully ran two canine SAR Units. She is a member of the National Search Dog Alliance and is on their Advocacy Council as well as writes a monthly column for their newsletter.
Certified with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants she served both as its Vice President and Dog Chair Person. As an Adjunct Professor at Kutztown University and Carroll County College, Susan developed two programs: “Canine Training and Management Program -- Level I & II” -- for students who want to become dog trainers and canine behavior consultants.
An award-winning author, Susan has lecturedworldwide, written hundreds of articles, and penned nine well-received books. You can visit her web site at http://www.sbulanda.com/
Attorney Fred Kray, co-host Kris Diaz and the rest of the PBLNR crew will discuss with Kelly Shutt Cottrell, Supervisor of Training and Behavior at the Louisiana SPCA, her blog article entitled "Can Animal Advocacy Be Divorced From Animal Behavior?" Ledy VanKavage will appear to talk about the BDL campaigns in Utah and South Dakota. Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show
Weekly news update
BSL updates with Kris "Brown Sugar" Diaz from StopBSL
Deirdre Franklin from Pinups For Pitbulls
Chat with Denice Yeakey
Dog Trainer Yvette Van Veen From Awesome Dogs
Instagram T-shirt giveaway
Don't miss our newly designed network website PBLNN.com where you can see all the latest updates from Pit Bulletin Legal News, Pit Bulletin Legal News Radio, StopBSL, K.C. Dog Blog, Canine Aggression with Jim Crosby, theDoglawreporter, Awesome Dogs, Pinups for Pitbulls, and Dangerous Dog Law.
WHY LIFE IS LIKE A SET OF COMPUTER PROGRAMS with PAUL MORRIS
Are we programmed, along with every other living organism, by the great coder in the sky? By coder I mean one who programs computers. I’m not just discussing people and animals, I’m including plants as well. And not just application programs, currently known as “Aps,” but operating systems and utilities. I'll explain all this during the show.
With 25 years of professional IT experience, 40 years of studying human behavior and a strong foundation in spirituality and science, I fell quite comfortable in giving this subject a go.
When our animals do not do what we want, we often conclude that they don't like us, or that we are just not connected enough. What if there was a lot more to that than what we have decided about this? And what if we could gain some awarenesss by asking questions? Let's start a different conversation here, that might make it easier for you to connect and have a different relationship with your pet
Angie Bailey, joins us to talk about her latest projects. Angie is an award-winning writer, blogger, humorist, and professional member of the Cat Writers’ Association. She’s the author of Whiskerlist and CatLadyLand, which won the Best Humor Blog in the 2013 BlogPaws Nose-to-Nose Pet Blogging & Social Media Awards and Funniest Pet Blog in the 2011 Petties Awards. She is a regular columnist for Catster.com, the creator of Texts from Mittens, and half of the comedy web series production team of 82 South St. Productions, LLC.
Also, Margot Alquist joins us to talk about her kit for helping grieving pet parents.
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
-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.
This episode was originally scheduled to air on Saturday, September 20th, but due to scheduling conflicts, it will air first on Friday, September 19th at 10:00PM. We will rebroadcast this Friday night show in our normal Saturday time slot for those of you unable to listen on Friday. Sorry for the inconvenience. Will will be back next Saturday at our usual time. Thanks for listening!
The subject of animal abuse is never a pleasant topic, but is one that none-the-less, needs to be addressed. There seems to be more and more news stories about innocent animals being abused, hurt, or killed at the hands of humans. What can we do to stop this awful behavior? Who typically commits these crimes? Youths or adults? Why do these crimes occur? What are some of the less obvious signs that an animal may be being subject to abuse? Join hosts J and D as they explore this topic in an effort to spare all animals from the devastating effects of animal cruelty. Saturday, September 20th, 5PM, CT.
Laura Stinchfield - Animal Communicator with show producer Ai Kusuhara will interview interesting animals and their people.
Laura will also open up the lines for listeners to call in to ask questions to their animals.
Be prepared to be enlightened, amazed, to laugh and maybe cry as you are opened up to the inner lives, thoughts, and feelings of the world's animals.
Laura Stinchfields official website is http://www.ThePetPsychic.com
in Self Help
Eric and David (The Behavioral Boys) --autism specialist present the concept of togetherness and interdependence by applying the FaceTime inventory tool to Alisha and her families challenges. Learn to successfully negotiate tantrums, and de-escalate problem behaviors. No more focusing on independence, it’s time for families to implement strategies that promote interdependence and roles. Tune in
TONIGHT: We will get really "down and dirty" and discuss the fallout from NCAA and NFL off-field antics. Did you like Goodell's presser yesterday? Who is really to blame for the behavior of college and NFL players? Before we unleash our thoughts, Stephanie (@AZLadyBirds) from NFLFemale.com will share her take on the Dwyer episode in Phoenix and her picks for the upcoming NFL week. Then, we'll hear from Jodi (@APLMom) as we discuss what's going on off the field in sports. It's Saturday night; let's get "Down and Dirty"!
Well its that time again to do our bi-weekly special series of episodes, beginning with SEPT WEEK #2 IN REVIEW for (Parts 1, 2, and 3). On this Part 1 Show, we will be talking about such TOPICS as PERILOUS TIMES ARE HERE with a "Mock Nuclear Explosion Drill happening in Nebraska. We also chat about stories from the FRANKEN FOODS & FEATS FILES, such as JURASSIC FARMS restoring extinct prehistoric Cattle; GM MICRO HUMANS to be created for Drug Testing Trials; GM SUPER SOLDIER CHIMERA HUMAN HYBRIDS of DARPA; etc. Speaking of Mutants, we get the latest updates on HOSEA 4 MASS ANIMAL DIE-OFFS. Then we talk about CYBORG MICROCHIP IMPLANTING of an Australian Man getting ready for the new IPhone 6. We also discuss the ROBOT REVOLUTION OF JAPAN and KOREA. Also major headline asking: WILL SUPER INTELLIGENT MACHINES DESTROY HUMANITY?". We look into other topics such as BIG BROTHER UPDATES; MODERN FLOODS LIKE NOAHS DAYS; 120 YEAR PREDICTED LIFESPANS; AFRICAN SINKHOLES; GLOBAL WARMING & COOLING UPDATES; and more, on the Parts 1, 2, and 3 of Week #2 September 2014 in Review. STAY INFORMED! GET IN THE KNOW! JOIN US ON TONITES LIVE BROADCAST...
On tonight's show host Pamela Marie Edmunds welcomes Author Darlene Stout. They will be discussing Darlene's work with animal totems and how they can assist you in your life.
More About Darlene Stout;
Darlene Stout is the author of Uncovering Your Personal Animal Totem. She calls herself a wildlife intuitive. A name she coined herself as she helps individuals connect to their intuitive guidance by connecting them to their animal spirit guides. She attended Northeastern University, in Boston, Massachusetts and spent twenty-nine years working in biotechnology before leaving it all to answer a call to work full-time for spirit. She holds a bachelor of science in parapsychology, from the American Institute of Holistic Theology. Through her classes and workshops Darlene is widely known for teaching people how to tap into their intuition and connect to the spiritual realm through animals and nature. She spends here time as a professional intuitive and spiritual coach assisting those on the their spiritual path and souls journey to trust the messages they get from spirit. As a visual artist she can be seen around town photographing animals and nature that she uses as illustrations for the personal animal totems she creates for her students and clients that complete the journey of uncovering their animal totem. For information on having Darlene create an image of your personal animal totem visit her website at: www.howlecoyote.com