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This show is dedicated to: the veterans who have been knocked down, but got back up.
Defending the Republic with Annie "The Radio Chick" Kel Fritzi of Red Fox Radio and Dan, of Pundit Press Radio is an ongoing discussion of recent events, issues and the upcoming elections.
America’s Vetdogs Service Dog Program Manager Ken Kirsch, started his training career in the US Army as a Military Police War Dog Handler. He went on to train and work Narcotic Detection Dogs and Explosive Detector Dogs and was assigned to the United States Secret Service with duty on President Jimmy Carter’s staff and later for President Regan’s staff in Washington DC. Ken preformed over 770 missions through out the world as an Explosive Detector Dog Handler with duty in Egypt, Honduras, Germany, East Germany all NATO countries and Korea. Ken was assigned to cover General Crosby Saint the Supreme Allied Commander of Armed Forces Europe at Check Point Charlie the day the wall came down.
Service Dog Program Manager Ken Kirsch has 31 years training experience. He started his Assistance Dog career at Paws in 1990 and after training and placing over 850 dogs he moved into the management end of the industry and has held the positions at Paws of Head Trainer, Director of Training, Client Services Director, and he also held positions at Canine Companions for Independence as the NW Regional Program Manager and National Program Staff Training Manager. Ken currently holds the position of Service Dog Program Manager at America’s Vetdogs. Ken is one of 6 Assistance Dogs International Accreditation Authorities for North America.
Join host, Robert Forto as he talks to renowed canine trainer, Scottie MacConachie about canine body posture, working with difficult dogs and more on this edition of Dog Works Radio.
Dog Works Radio is the flagship show on the new Dog Works Radio Network. Listen any time at http://www.dogworksradio.com
Presented by India Irie
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“There is something about words. In expert hands, manipulated deftly, they take you prisoner. Wind themselves around your limbs like spider silk, and when you are so enthralled you cannot move, they pierce your skin, enter your blood, numb your thoughts. Inside you they work their magic.”
--Diane Setterfield, The Thirteenth Tale
The man lives in a world of mystery, surrounded by invisible occult forces that mold and shape the entire universe.
Words produce vibrations that echo through the cosmic web and create effects in the visible world. Words also act as verbal symbols that embody your intentions and project your objectives out into the universe.
Pay attention to any words you speak in connection with “I AM.” Because this statement is imbued with creative power, it has a profound effect on you. Never say things like, “I am stupid” or, “I am afraid” or, “I am incapable of doing something.” Such expressions are likely to manifest the conditions you've described.
How are we using our own power of the word? Are we INpowering ourselves or the opposite? Let's take notes from the mind of one of the best in the field of linguistics and etymology, Mark Kishon Christopher.
ArtSees Productions welcomes Susan Block for a 6 week series, "Conversations On Creativity." Tonight's special guest is Indiana Poet Laureate George Kalamaras.
George Kalamaras was born in Chicago and grew up in Cedar Lake, in Lake County. He has published six books of poetry and one of scholarship including Kingdom of Throat-Stuck Luck, winner of the Elixir Press Poetry Contest, The Recumbent Galaxy, co-authored with Alvaro Cardona-Hine and winner of the C&R Press Open Competition, and The Theory and Function of Mangoes, winner of the Four Way Books Intro Series; six poetry chapbooks; numerous articles in scholarly journals; and more than 725 poems in anthologies and magazines in the U.S and abroad. His work has received numerous honors, including a Creative Writing Poetry Fellowship Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and two Individual Artist Fellowship Grants from the Indiana Arts Commission. In 1994, he received an Indo-U.S. Advanced Research Fellowship to India. Since 1990, he has served as professor of English at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.
Susan Block brings with her a vast knowledge of the arts and creativity. She is LaPorte County Poet Laureate Emeritus, playwright, writing workshop leader, art exhibition curator and cultural arts advocate. "Conversations On Creativity" is the brainchild of Block.
ArtSees Diner Radio, is an ArtSees Production, under the direction of Executive Producer Mary E. LaLuna
If you ever uttered the words, "English is crazy," then tune and hear Gina Cooke not only dispell that myth, but she will also captivate you with you limitless knowledge about English Orthography. She will also explain why we should teach our kids with dyslexia about the real structure of our langauge.
Gina Cooke is a Ph.D. Candidate in English Studies at Illinois State University and the principal of LEX: Linguist~Educator Exchange, dedicated to bringing language science to the language arts. Cooke received her Master's degree in linguistics from the University of Chicago, where she was a Century Fellow, and she studied literature, languages, and logic at Smith College for her Bachelor's degree. As a linguist in education, she has taught students about language from preschool to grad school, and has consulted in a variety of professional capacities with language, literacy, and educational organizations. Cooke was the founding director of the Children's Dyslexia Center of Peoria; she has trained and certified hundreds of teachers in a nationally accredited structured language education program and has supervised the instruction of hundreds of students receiving free, state--of--the--art clinical interventions. Her research has been presented at state and national conferences, and she has published several manuscripts for the International Dyslexia Association and served on the editorial team for two national academic journals. Her popular TED--Ed videos about how English words work have received hundreds of thousands of hits and have been flipped into classroom lessons in the
U.S. and abroad. Her live and online courses welcome participants from all over the globe, and her deep understanding of English is transforming the field of structured language education in the U.S.
Sage Lewis (www.DancingPorcupine.com)
is a Certified Life Coach, Shamanic Practitioner, Animal Communicator, Intuitive/Medium, Ceremony Officiant, Animal Hospice Consultant and Level 3 Certified Tellington TTouch® Practitioner. Sage’s passion is guiding all creatures to find and embrace their true essence and to live a fulfilling life of love, joy and passion.
Host Julie Forbes is joined today by Victor Boemmels, president of Pet Playgrounds - non-electric fence kits. These nearly invisible fencing systems are non-electric, and keep your dog safely in your yard, as well as other critters OUT. More affordable than other fencing systems, as well as regular fences.
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Next Julie talks about working with dogs, non-verbal communication, and how this specifically applies to working with women and their dogs. Julie discusses topics such as having a strong physical presence, what that means for women, and not using the "baby voice" when you are asking your dog to listen to you, or telling your dog to stop doing something.
Does your pet have dry eye? According to dvm360 Magazine , dry eye is a condition in which the tear production is decreased or absent. Common clinical signs associated with this disease are:
Squinting or holding the eye completely closed
A thick, sticky discharge that is often yellowish or greenish in color
Corneal cloudiness creating a dull sheen to the eye(s)
The superficial layers of the eye, including the cornea and conjunctiva, as well as the eyelids depend on tears for nutrition and protection. Without tears, these structures are highly susceptible to disease and trauma.
Some breeds of dogs, such as the American Cocker Spaniel, Miniature Schnauzer, Poodle, Shih Tzu, Lhasa Apso, Pug, Westhighland White Terrier, and English Bulldog are predisposed to this disease due to genetic factors. This clinical disease is also seen in felines (i.e. Persians). The causes of dry eye include immune-mediated, congenital, infectious (canine distemper virus), drug-induced (sulfa antibiotics, Etogesic, topical atropine), surgery-induced (removal of the tear gland of the nictitans) and neurogenic. A significant amount of canine cases tend to be immune-mediated and maintenance treatment is required for the life of the pet. Parotid duct transposition surgery can be considered if medical treatment fails to significantly increase the tear production.
Our goals in the medical therapy of your pet are to: 1) Improve tear function, 2) prevent ocular disease and 3) improve patient comfort. Client compliance and follow-up visits are important in evaluating your pet’s response to the medical therapy.
American Animal Eye Care Center, Inc.
tonight our guest is Vic Cundiff, For as long as he can remember, he has been a huge fan of monsters and things that go bump in the night. One would think that it's only natural, that as he got older, he began to research various cryptids. As he familiarized himself with the most commonly discussed cryptids, there was one in particular that stood out as being the most interesting and terrifying at the same time. Of course, he is talking about Dogmen. Of all the Cryptids eyewitnesses report encountering, Dogmen would top most people's list as being the last Cryptid they would ever want to encounter in some deep, dark, lonely forest(or anywhere for that matter). Dogmen are so interesting, but for some reason, they get very little attention compared to Sasquatch. So tonight we will compare and contrast commonalities and differences of the two Cryptids. Tune in Sunday night at 9pm central time, 8/24/2014
Rob considers himself an average guy who just happens to be able to communicate with those who passed. He calls himself a "medium rare" because he's still learning how to meditate for more messages, but he passes messages on when he gets them. He has also been able to sketch out what a ghost or spirit looks like and has connected with many people and dogs and cats!
He's not a medium who makes appointments or gives readings for money, he just gives them when spirits or ghosts come to him (The difference between them is something he explains in his books).
Often he'll get messages whenever someone emails him. He belongs to the Inspired Ghost Tracking group and helps cross ghosts over on private investigations.
By trade he's a meteorologist, so he explains the facets of entities using science. He's had the ability since he was a teenager, when his grandfather appeared to him 6 months after he passed.
One of his big focuses is on pets. Rob had a dog that was tragically killed as a puppy and who became the world's best canine communicator. He opened the door for other dogs and cats to give messages for others that he's proven over and over.
Rob enjoys activities with his partner and their dogs, work with dog rescues, ghost walks in various cities and visits to historic houses and sites to see who is still lingering behind. Rob enjoys exercise, a good cup of coffee, paperback mysteries, talking about ghosts and spirits, weather, superheroes and still reads and collects comic books. In fact, since he was a boy, one of his favorite superheroes has always been the ghostly avenger created in the 1940s called "The Specter."
The Ghosts and Spirits Blog:
His New Book "Pets and the Afterlife" is now available.
Susan and Robin (aka The Dog Gurus) will help you learn how to tell your dog is happy in 30 seconds. They have simple, easy to use tips and tricks to making canine body language easy for anyone to understand. When you understand your dog, you’ll have a deeper relationship, make the right decisions and have more fun together. Tune in and learn four common myths about dogs, find out how to tell if a dog is about to bite, long before a bite happens, and how to keep your dog safe at the dog park.
My guest will be Dr. Caroline Latterman. Caroline is Ivy-League educated and has a PhD in Linguistics and a Masters in Intercultural Communication. She enables professionals to attain clear, confident communication. This allows executives and employees to clearly communicate their message and allows companies to excel.
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