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  • 01:26

    How Service Dogs Can Alert Their Humans to Diabetes

    in Pets

    On this episode of Talk2theAnimalsRadio, ethologist, dog behaviorist and trainer Jennifer Cattet, Ph.D. joins us discusses how she trains dogs to become service dogs who alert to diabetes and assist with seizures. Amy Breyer, Founder and Exectuive Director of the Animal History Museum shares how this is the first museum dedicatd to understanding and celebrating the human-animal bond. As always, you'll hear from our animal guest and hear tips about animal communication and ideas on how U2CanTalk2theAnimals!


    This show is brought to you in part by our sponsors Cedar Breeze Consultants, Simply Numbers - Not Just Another Bean Counter ,  "Flowering Hills" Flower Essences" and Ame Jo Huges, Intuitive Artist. Make sure to visit their sites! Find out how you can sponsor.


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  • 01:01

    Service Dogs and DV

    in Current Events

    Soldiers with service dogs- you’ve seen articles and pictures about them, but what does it have to do with domestic violence or women?  Bart Sherwood, from Train a Dog Save a Warrior will join us to talk about PTSD, trauma, women in the military, and just what are the rules and training that apply to service dogs.  Why are dogs helpful? What are the problems and blessings of PTSD service dogs, and why should we care?  Join us for Service Dogs and DV Saturday at 11 am PST,

  • 01:25

    Can Service Dogs Alert You to Diabetes?

    in Pets

    On this episode of Talk2theAnimalsRadio, ethologist, dog behaviorist and trainer Jennifer Cattet, Ph.D. joins us discusses how she trains dogs to become service dogs who alert to diabetes and assist with seizures. Amy Breyer, Founder and Exectuive Director of the Animal History Museum shares how this is the first museum dedicatd to understanding and celebrating the human-animal bond. As always, you'll hear from our animal guest and hear tips about animal communication and ideas on how U2CanTalk2theAnimals!
    This show is brought to you in part by our sponsors Cedar Breeze Consultants, Simply Numbers - Not Just Another Bean Counter ,  "Flowering Hills" Flower Essences" and Ame Jo Huges, Intuitive Artist. Make sure to visit their sites! Find out how you can sponsor.
    The Talk2theAnimalsBlog is now available on Kindle. Subscribe now! Sign up for our newsletter and receive the free ebook "Listening So Animals Will Talk".

  • 01:09

    PTSD and Service Dogs

    in Military

     
    Cece Miller from paws4vets will be our guest, and we will be talking about the value of service dogs for our veterans with PTSD and the role they play in providing support and healing for our combat veterans.
    The paws4vets program, a part of paws4people, specializes in placing psychiatric service dogs with veterans and service members with psychiatric or emotional diagnoses as a result of PTSD and/or TBI.  
    Cece Miller is a certified assistance dog trainer and program manager for paws4vets in South Carolina.  Her brother, 1st Sgt. John R. Champion, Jr. suffered from chronic complex PTSD.  He committed suicide in July, 2009.  Cece will be sharing about her brother’s PTSD symptoms and the events that led him to the point where he isolated himself, shut down, and eventually took his own life. She will share how all of this led her to create the Sgt. John R. Champion, Jr. Memorial Fund (JCM Fund).

  • 00:33

    Guardian Angel Service Dogs

    in Caregiving

    Guardian Angel Service Dogs is a charitable foundation whose mission it is to raise awareness about individuals and families who are struggling with invisible disabilities. We are dedicated to providing service dogs to the many individuals who could benefit from having a service dog in their lives to enhance quality of life, increase independence, and to offer hope. We support fundraising efforts and help identify fundraising opportunities in local communities and offer tax deductions to individuals and corporations who want to help by making a financial contribution.
    Guardian Angel Service Dogs is the philanthropic arm of Warren Retrievers organization. Our corporate mission is to provide education and training about the role of service dogs and the different types of assistance they may provide to persons with health issues such as Type 1 or 2 Diabetes, Hypoglycemic Unawareness, Post Traumatic Stress and Traumatic Brain Injury. It is important for the public to know that people whose lives might be improved or even saved by having a service dog may not have a visible disability. Health issues that are classified as disabilities by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) offer diagnosed individuals the legal entitlement to enjoy full public access with their service dogs.

  • 00:30

    Listen to Rick Hairston President/CEO Canines For Service

    in Military

    www.talkingwithheroes.com and www.r4alliance.org Introduce another Program with a R4Alliance Member Organization


    Listen 24/7 anytime after our April 2, 2015 at 7pm MST broadcast to  Rick Hairston, President/CEO of Canines for Service, Inc.
    www.caninesforservice.org : 


    Rick Hairston: President/CEO of Canines For Service, Inc., a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation based in Wilmington, North Carolina.  He co-founded Canines for Service in December of 1996 after having volunteered for an internationally recognized service dog organization in St. Louis, Missouri for several years.  Rick is a certified dog obedience instructor, a Canines for Therapy® Instructor and Team Evaluator, a Delta Society Service Animal Access Specialist, a American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen Evaluator, certified R.E.A.D.® instructor (Reading Education Assistance Dogs a program of Intermountain Therapy Animals), a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers and International Association of Canine Professionals. 


    About: Canines for Service is dedicated to empowering people with disabilities to achieve greater independence and enhanced quality of life through the services of specially trained service dogs. 


    More Details and Photos about this Program: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/march-2015/article/listen-to-rick-hairston-president-ceo-of-canines-for-service

  • 00:23

    NSDF Presents... Seizure Service Dogs

    in Health

    Join Terrific Tonya as she talks with Jennifer JustJen Evans about living with the gift that is a Seizure Service Dog!   NSDF Doggy Dollars Fundraiser is a simple method of giving so that those in need may lead a better quality of life. Through this fundraiser your money will help National Seizure Disorders Foundation to place a trained seizure service dog with a child or adult diagnosed with seizure disorder. The dog will work in private homes and public places to protect,assist,and possibly alert the seizure survivor before,during, and after seizure episodes.          NSDF Doggy Dollars Campaign A campaign with a dual purpose; raising funds to place trained seizure service dogs with qualified seizure survivors and raising awareness of seizures, seizure disorders, and seizure service dogs.    National Seizure Disorders Foundation(NSDF)is steadily becoming the largest most people friendly seizure disorders foundation on the planet. We empower seizure survivors, caregivers, and advocates while enriching the minds of unaffected public globally. We currently serve our community online through our website at and NSDF Community.    Do you know someone living with seizures? Then you need to get to know National Seizure Disorders Foundation! 1 person every 4 minutes is diagnosed with a seizure disorder and left to adapt to the life altering diagnosis all alone. When connected to National Seizure Disorders Foundation, the newly diagnosed person is no longer alone, empowered in their new journey, and accepted by many others living similar experiences. 

  • 01:35

    Pet Radio-The Heartfelt Work of Seizure Alert Dogs for Children

    in Pets

    We have a special in depth show this week where we take a close look at the role of seizure alert service dogs.


    Magnolia Paws for Compassion highlights the remarkable impact service dogs can have on people living with a variety of medical conditions, but most specifically, those who suffer from epilepsy.


    To raise awareness of the widespread benefits of animal assistance, Magnolia Paws for Compassion has enlisted the help of Brandon McMillan, celebrity animal behaviorist and host of the Emmy-nominated television series Lucky Dog. Brandon has teamed up with Eisai, the Epilepsy Foundation and 4 Paws for Ability, a non-profit organization focused on the training and placement of service dogs for children.


    Next we will speak with Karen Shirk, 4 Paws for Ability CEO, who trains and places seizure alert service dogs, and then Tom Penders, father of Becky, whoes family received a seizure assistance dog through Magnolia Paws for Compassion.


    It is a fascinating and heart warming story to learn how these dogs are helping children and their families better cope and save lives.  You will hear first hand accounts of how these dogs are trained and the everlasting bond they have with their new family.


    We are starting the Show with Julie Hall Karlock, the administrator for the Facebook group, Dog Euphoria and the winner of the Dog Euphoria Fashion Week contest, Trish Aleve.


    Please visit our web site and Facebook page

  • 02:00

    Guiding Paws - Service Dogs Show

    in Books

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    MultipleSclerosis Radio.com  Guiding Paws Show