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May,7,2014.1:00pm est Today we are going to speak with Ellie Laks Ellie Laks was born in Israel and raised in The United States. She has always loved animals and from the time she could walk she was out in nature playing with animals. As soon as she was an adult Ellie started a dog training, walking, boarding and grooming business that she used as a means to rescue animals from being put down at the animal shelter. Over the several years that Ellie did this she successfully placed over 500 animals into loving, forever homes. Ellie was attracted to the old, sick, lame or scared animals that were often times not adoptable, so in 1999 Ellie founded The Gentle Barn Foundation, home to severely abused and neglected animals that no one else wants. She came up with a special healing process that allows old, sick, injured and terrified animals to recover using a mixture of Western medicine and holistic healing modalities as well as nutritional products, holding therapy and lots of love. The Gentle Barn is now home to over 170 animals in Santa Clarita, California. Once healed and happy, the animals help Ellie heal at risk, inner city and special needs children who have the same stories as the animals. Ellie lives on the property with her husband and their 3 children. Her husband Jay Weiner works at The Gentle Barn with her and together they get to see miracles every day. It is their goal to build Gentle Barns around the world.
6/10/14 Tuesday.//Today we are going to speak with Dr. Holly Cheever.
Dr. Holly Cheever graduated from Harvard University, summa cum laude, in 1971 and from The College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University in 1980 with a class rank of #1. She has been in private practice ever since. After being an employee for 30 years, she has now opened a new practice—The Village Animal Clinic—in September 2010, in Voorheesville NY.
In addition to her private practice serving companion animals and wildlife, Dr. Cheever presents programs to students on environmental and animal welfare issues. She also is a regular lecturer at veterinary schools, providing mentoring in the practice of veterinary medicine with an emphasis on animal welfare. She serves as a consultant for local, state and national animal protection organizations, and assists law officers in animal abuse cases.
Today we are going to speak about the Dairy industry and the life of farm animals.
Frank Ferrante is a Producer and on-air talent. He has been producing RadioPets for over 4 years. Previously he produced documentaries, TV and radio commercials.
Today we are going to speak with Gaelin Rosenwaks ,Friday 7/25/2014 2:00PM eastern
Gaelin Rosenwaks is a marine scientist, explorer and photographer. Always fascinated by the marine world. She began her career at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution where she researched over-wintering patterns of Southern Ocean zooplankton. Gaelin earned her Master’s Degree in Coastal Environmental Management from Duke University working with the Tag-A-Giant program and conducting research on the migratory movements of Giant Bluefin Tuna. She has conducted fieldwork throughout the world from the Antarctic to the Arctic on icebreakers to both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans on fishing
vessels. Gaelin founded Global Ocean Exploration (GOE) to share her passion for ocean exploration, marine conservation and photography. GOE ‘Global Ocean Exploration’ is a company devoted to bringing cutting-edge expedition science to the public through photography, writing, and film. She now participates and conducts expeditions in every ocean to alert the public not only to the challenges facing the oceans, but also to what science is doing to understand these changes.
Gaelin is a US Coast Guard Licensed Captain, and a Fellow of both the Royal Geographical Society and the Explorers Club where she served as Secretary of the Board of Directors. She also serves on the Conservation Committee of the Explorers Club. Gaelin has published articles in scientific journals, newspapers and magazines. She has also appeared as a scientific consultant and angler on the National Geographic Channel Series, Fish Warrior.
4/25/2014 12:00pm est
Today we are going to speak with
Holly Browder. Holly Browder and her husband Chris Browder run Browders Birds poultry business located on eastern Long Island ,New York.
Holly is a member of the Long Island Farm Bureau Board of Directors, served as Vice President of the Greenport Farmers’ Market Board, helped start the Riverhead Indoor Farmers Market launched in February of 2014, and is the self-appointed “Social Chair” for small farmers on the East End. From 2005 – 2009 she was a member of the Nature Conservancy’s Young Professionals Board in New York City.
Friday April 4,2014. Today We are going to speak with Dr Heidi Lobprise
Dr. Heidi Lobprise Diplomate of the American Veterinary Dental College, graduated from Texas A & M University with her DVM in 1983. She worked in private practice in the Dallas area for nearly 20 years, including completing a residency in veterinary dentistry with the guidance of Dr. Robert Wiggs, a pioneer in veterinary dentistry. Dr Lobprise became a board certified veterinary dentist in 1993, and continued to work in the general and referral practice until 2003, when she joined the Veterinary Specialty Team of Pfizer Animal Health. In 2010, she became the Senior Technical Manager for Virbac Corporation in Fort Worth. In 2014, Dr. Lobprise decided to return to private practice in Texas. She is the author/co-author of three dental texts, including the newly released second edition of,,,Five Minute Veterinary Consult - Clinical Companion Small Animal Dentistry, and has written many chapters and articles. She has also lectured internationally and is an adjunct associate professor at both the University of Tennessee and Washington State University in support of their dental education programs for students.
Frank Ferrante is a media producer and host. Frank has been producing RadioPets since 2010.
Today we are going to speak with Roberto Bonelli and Noelia Pasi.
Roberto - is the NY organizer of CAAF, Caring Activists Against Fur. And
Noelia Pasi- is the NY organizer of the Global Olympic Dolphins Campaign and an assistant organizer in CAAF.
Collectively, they are the founders of The Animals' Battalion, an animal rights protest group that defiantly opposes any individual or institution involved in any form of animal exploitation.
Frank Ferrante-has been a producer for TV and radio for over 20 years. Frank has produced RadioPets for the last 4 years,
Today we are going to speak with Michael Jasny Director of the Marine Mammal Protection Project and a Senior Policy Analyst at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). He is a leading expert in the law and policy of ocean noise pollution, and has worked domestically and internationally for more than ten years through high-profile litigation, lobbying, science-based policy development, and public advocacy to improve regulation of this emergent global problem. Michael is also engaged in securing protection for endangered marine mammal populations and critical habitat, opposing development projects that threaten marine mammals off the U.S. and Canada, and improving management of fisheries, whale-watching, and other sectors under the Marine Mammal Protection Act, the nation’s leading instrument for the conservation of these species. Michael is the author of several NRDC reports and author or co-author of various publications in legal, policy, and scientific journals. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Yale College and J.D. from Harvard Law School.
Todat we are going to speak with Anne Lieberman U S Excutive Director of WSPA
Anne Lieberman brings nearly 20 years of proven nonprofit experience to the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA), for which she is U.S. Executive Director. She provides leadership and direction for WSPA’s animal welfare work in the United States, as well as critical support and input for WSPA’s global campaigns, such as disaster relief and humane and sustainable agriculture. Prior to joining WSPA, Anne most recently served as vice president of development operations at the national environmental advocacy organization Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). Before EDF, Lieberman worked as the associate executive
director of communications and development at the YWCA of the City of New York. She started her career working as a media consultant and writer for various groups, and a television producer and writer for several stations, including WNET/Thirteen. Today we are going to discuss the Super Typhoon that hit the Philippines nearly two weeks ago, and the effects it it having on animals.
Today we are going to speak with Dr Tricia Working.
Dr Trish is America’s foremost expert on animals, consciousness and spirituality.
After 30 years of Research Dr. Tricia Working has released the Fur Agreements, a new book about the agreements pets make to come into our lives. Dr. Trish is a Pet healer and communicator on a mission to help people become Better Pet Guardians
She has over ten years’ experience with the Georgia legislature, seven years ‘ experience in shelter management, and fifteen years in education. She founded Paws for Thought Animal Foundation in 1993 currently serves as President of the Southern Regional Business Council, as well as serving as an Author/Mentor with the Womens' Life Link.
she has been trained in many modalities over the years including Reiki. She is a clairsentient empath possessing a natural healing ability .
Frank Ferrante is a producer /host. Frank has been producing radio and TV for over 20 years.
Friday April 26,2013
Today we are going to speak with Barbara Stagno’
Director of In Defense of Animals Responsible Research Campaign.
In Defense Of Animals is an International Animal rights and Rescue Organization dedicated to protecting the rights, welfare, and Habitats of Animals.
For the past twenty years, Barbara Stagno has worked to expose and oppose the exploitation of animals and especially the use of animals in experiments. She has coordinated numerous campaigns to protest animal abuse in university experiments, successfully ending the use of monkeys in cocaine experiments at NYU and cat brain research at Rockefeller University. Barbara organized meetings with company representatives to protest the use of cats and dogs to test food products by the Iams Co. and participated with a coalition of international animal protection groups to serve a formal petition to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to require the use of non-animal methods.
Additionally, Barbara helped pass legislation banning circuses and rodeos in Greenburgh(Greenberg), New York and has worked extensively to oppose the killing of deer and Canada geese.
Frank Ferrante-Producer/Host-Frank Has been producing TV and Radio for the past 20+ years and has been involved with Animal welfare for the past 8 years.