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Every day it seems there are new stories of cat or animal hoarding in the news. You know the cases: The ones where dozens of cats are being housed in terrible living situations, being neglected and abused, and eventually seized by local or federal officials. In this broadcast of Ask The Cat Doctor Talk Radio, we discuss this form of animal abuse and neglect, what drives it, and much more.
To help us understand WHY people hoard animals, Dr. Karen Cassiday, board member at both the Anxiety and Depression Association of America and Beyond OCD Chicago and faculty at the International Obsessive Compulsive Foundation Behavior Therapy Institute and at the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, joins us to share her expertise. Dr. Cassiday received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 1990 from the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science and is nationally recognized as an expert in the diagnosis and treatment of anxiety disorders in children, teens and adults. You've seen her on Animal Planet, TODAY, and more.
We also talk about some things that have been in the news recently and how they apply to your cats! And as always, we 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 now on Fridays 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.
hosted by Debbie Dahmer
Guest will be Roland Vincent: Writer, public speaker, political strategist, and founder of the Animal Rights Leadership Council. He is an Animal Rights Activist, an Environmentalist, and a revolutionary Leftist. He is a trained lawyer, and a former investment banker and stockbroker. Roland directed campaigns for two sitting US presidents and two presidential aspirants.
He has extensive experience in legislative and initiative campaigns in California, and directed the Proposition 13 effort for Howard Jarvis. Roland served on President Jimmy Carter's staff and was a Commissioner in Tom Bradley's administration in Los Angeles. In 1984 he lost a landmark free speech case before the United States Supreme Court, Vincent vs City of Los Angeles, after which he set up the Committee for the Court, a political organization dedicated to electing a liberal president who will appoint liberal justices to the Supreme Court. Roland has been an animal advocate and rescuer for over 50 years. He has consulted to many national animal protection organizations and has trained and mentored political and animal activists for years. In 2005 he directed the boycott of the Fox film Flicka, which was the most successful grassroots boycott of a major studio production in history. He has published over 750 articles and essays on Animal Rights, Animal Liberation, Animal Protection, Veganism, Politics, Conservatism, Liberalism, Atheism, Revolution, Socialism, History and Philosophy. Roland publishes Armory of the Revolution (www.armoryoftherevolution.com) and is special editor of the Greanville Post, the world's largest socialist/animal liberation site (www.greanvillepost.com).
This show is hosted By Debbie Dahmer
Special Guest will be Capt Yocum from the NJ SPCA
What Constitutes Animal Cruelty? Acts of violence or neglect made against animals are considered animal cruelty. Examples include overt abuse, dog fighting, and being neglected or denied the basic necessities of care, such as food, water, shelter, sanitation, grooming and veterinary care.
Neglect is the failure to provide an animal with the most basic of requirements of food, water, shelter and veterinary care.Neglect is often the result of simple ignorance on the animal owner's part and is usually handled by requiring the owner to correct the situation. If the problem is not corrected, the animal may be removed from the neglectful person by law enforcement authorities. In some cases, the owner will simply turn the animal over to authorities because they no longer want the responsibility.
Intentional Cruelty is often more shocking and usually an indicator of a serious human behavior problem. Intentional cruelty is when an individual purposely inflicts physical harm or injury on an animal.
The NJSPCA has trained investigators with the authority to arrest and prosecute those individuals who have deliberately maimed, tortured or even killed animals.
Someone who is violent towards animals may be violent towards family members or other people.
Enforcement of Animal Cruelty laws is the primary responsibility of the NJSPCA and it's investigators. We handle complaints daily in all 21 counties throughout the State.
Many people who witness, or hear about cruelty, are not aware that legal action can be taken to help stop the problem. Companion animals are covered by the State of New Jersey's animal cruelty laws. Generally, animal cruelty can be divided into two categories: Neglect and Intentional Cruelty:
Ms. Mavis began her career back in the 80's by providing counseling to clients, (pets) for difficult owners and vice a verse.
Ms Mavis has agreed to come to the campfire and share a few of her case studies, some most hilarious, some just silly and some we just don't know what to think...but join us at the campfire for some fun.
Case Study; Little Owl
Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLNR crew will discuss with Valerie Bruder the World of Animal and Pet Photography. Valerie takes pictures of dogs in shelters to increase their chance of adoption and is a member of HeARTs Speak. " 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
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Join hosts, Dr. Kim Bloomer and Dr. Jeannie Thomason as they continue on the topic of how our thoughts and emotions affect our pets.
This week we'll continue with emotions, thoughts and how they affect our animals. This week however, we're going to focus on the animals and how they appear to respond to situations that we KNOW would affect us - our health, our attitudes, etc. - but what about how those same situations affect THEM? Search and rescue animals, extended absences from us, stress and abuse in homes, abandonment, neglect, etc. Do those things affect our pets or do they just slough it all off and just simply live in the present as we've been led to believe? Join us as we travel down this path together with you.
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Vince galvanizes trust by setting expectations, asking the right questions, and putting all parties’ needs and interests ahead of his own.
THE HOST OF THIS SHOW IS DEBBIE DAHMER
Jeff Coltenback was born and raised in a small town in Northern, NJ. He always had a love of animals. He was involved in athletics his whole life and was captain of his High School Football and Baseball teams. He went on to play college football as a walk on and was poised to have a bright college football career. He has been involved in dog training since the early 1990’s when he assisted in training his brother’s Pit Bull, Odin. Odin was the reason Jeff fell in love with Pit Bulls. Throughout the early and mid 1990’s Jeff was presented with many opportunities to help train and care for the dogs and pets of friends and family. In the late 1990’s he began studying more seriously to learn all he could about training dogs. As his dog training career began to materialize, so did his increasing love for Pit Bulls. Even in the 1990s, Pit Bulls were misunderstood. And, he felt the responsibility to change the public’s mind and negative view of his beloved breed.
Jeff has been a guest on a variety of radio shows, including various appearances on Martha Stewart Radio. after many appearances, and at the encouraging of his wife, Jeff launched his own internet radio show in early 2013. You can listen to Jeff's shows here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/jeffcoltenback. The links to the episodes are below as well and you can listen to them right here. The episodes are in chronological order with the most recent one first.
October 20, 2014
Animal Totem Hour with Jeannie Vos @ 8 PM EST
Join Jeannie Vos for Animal Totem Hour. In this month's episode of Animal Totem Hour, Jeannie will talk about Nature Totems. Nature Totems include all things in Nature including Flowers, Trees, Gemstones, Water and Landforms. Jeannie will discuss how Nature Totems help you along your Earth Walk.
The featured Animal Totem for this month is Buffalo. Join Jeannie for hour-long discussion of all things Totem. During the second portion of each show Jeannie will take callers and requests from the chat room for a Nature or Animal Totem reading and Totem message for you.
The Tarot Journey with Julie Hedges @ 9 PM EST
On the October edition of The Tarot Journey, show host Julie Hedges examines the Death card and the life-affirming transformations we experience on our Paths. Just like the butterfly releases his cocoon to become the magnificent being he is destined to be, we, too, have the opportunity for such profound change. When we choose to let go of our cocoon, we emerge in full color, true caliber, and clear tone that is our Soul. The Death card in the Tarot is a reminder that what is no longer beneficial for us can be released with love. In this release is a cherished gift, the gift of embracing our own magnificent beauty.
Also, be sure to check out Star Nations Magazine October edition for The Tarot Journey featured article about the Death card, “Death into Life”. Visit Star Nations Magazine to order your copy and subscribe today.
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This is a live, weekly, call in talk show about spectacled caiman, aka caiman crocodilus. I run a no-kill animal rescue for caiman, which I provide free of charge, called CaimanHunter. The show is called "Live with the CaimanHunter" and airs every Thursday morning at 8am Central Time (9am Eastern, 6am Pacific). The call-in number is 347-838-9631. I've published numerous articles and have a book on the subject called, "Spectacled Caiman: My Experience; Your Resource" which is available on Amazon. Reptiles Magazine called me "The US' #1 Authority on Spectacled Caiman." And you can find me every week in the Croc Pond! To watch, listen, talk or follow me, you can find me:
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Tonight on a special episode of the Visitors Section the guys get you readybe the lonliest boy on the block and talk about being punched in the eye. Plus dumb animal tricks! Live!!!
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