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Attorney Fred Kray and his co-host Jo Staats will discuss with attorney and rescuer Dawn Capp, Esq. how mandatory spay and neuter of Pit Bulls is and has been used as a tactic to get around state bans against BSL. The San Francisco experience will be explored. Colleen Lynn's second appearance in front of the Austin, TX Public Safety Commission will be explored in that context. Regular weekly segments will include:
Recap of the last show Weekly News Update Best PBLN FB posts BSL Alerts with Jodi Preis Dogbite investigation with Jim Crosby Dog Park Diary
Interview with Tommy Martinez, graphic designer and creative entrepreneur, Planet Tnez and Zia Bossenmeyer, FTA Spay & Neuter Clinic...
Join Tommy and Zia this Saturday, February 11th, for a terrific fundraiser for FTA Spay & Neuter Clinic at Planet Tnez, during Downtown Anaheim's Art Crawl...
Tommy says "Be Creative". For more information on his creative ventures, visit,www.TommyMartinez.com, www.Facebook.com/PlanetTNEZ.
And to learn more about Zia's work, visit www.ftaspay.org.
Amy Angelilli is the executive director for Rocky Mountain Alley Cat Alliance. She resides in Denver with several cat family members. In 2005 she created a first-time adoption event at Torre Argentina, a Roman cat sanctuary build on the ruins where Julius Caesar was assissinated. Spay and Neuter is a hot topic with Amy!
Today we begin our first in a series of interviews with 401k Advisors around the country. We will chat with Matt Spay who is a Retirement Plan Consultant at Spay & Associates. We will discuss how his practice works with Plan Sponsors and Plan Participants as well as the reason he decided to enter the role of being a 401k Advisor.
Discussions in this show should not be construed as specific recommendations or investment advice. Always consult with your investment professional before making important investment decisions. Securities offered through Cambridge Investment Research, Inc., registered broker-dealer, member FINRA/SIPC.
Spay & Associates and Cambridge are not affiliated.
Hosted by Debbie Dahmer
Guests will be Cindy Marx-Sander Co-founder Community Action for Animals & Patrice Gilgan Elder Abuse Gerald's Story Be A Voice for the Voiceless.. We are their only hope to carry on.. STAND UP Together for the Vulnerable AGAINST all abuse, neglect, & cruelty towards the defenseless, helpless, voiceless, and innocent.. *J*U*S*T*I*C*E *F*O*R* *A*L*L* Animals Included..
Animal Cruelty and Abuse and Neglect of Vulnerable Adults..
http://ncall.us/content/WEAAD World Elder Abuse Awareness Day Monday -June 15th , 2015 World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD) is recognized annually on or around the 15th of June. Since its inception in 2006, communities throughout the country and around the world have used this day to raise the visibility of elder abuse by sharing information about abuse, neglect, and exploitation in later life and promoting the resources and services that work to increase victim safety and improve offender accountability.
Community Action for Animals (CAA) is a two member Memphis and Shelby County based group whose mission is to emphasize the importance of the prosecution of animal cruelty in Memphis and Shelby County. To accomplish its mission, CAA works to introduce humane legislation geared towards the specific needs of the community, to provide education about animal cruelty, and to increase public awareness of the importance and necessity of prosecuting animal cruelty.
Sanders has either written or been an active part of several laws, including the Memphis spay/neuter ordinance, the Memphis and Shelby County ban on the roadside sale of animals, and the recently passed Shelby County Companion Animal Care ordinance.
With the epidemic of homeless animals wandering neighborhood streets, hungry and in poor heath (not to mention, the overflow of animals in shelters), one can easily see why spaying or neutering your pet would be a positive step to take. But many people are still hesitant to bring their pets in for the procedures. In this episode, we will take a closer look at what exactly is involved in spaying or neutering. What are the advantages (other than cutting down on strays and unwanted animals)? Are there any disadvantages? Join us Saturday, February 28th as we explore this important topic.
Hosted By Debbie Dahmer
Guest is: Mike Hasenbauer - Founder of Pet Safe Haven Grand Opening Coming Soon April 1, 2015 in Trenton NJ.
PET SAFE HAVEN A true no kill shelter. 28,000sq ft with 9 offices and a 400 sq ft fenced in play area. Multiple services under one roof....
Pet education classes coming to Pet Safe Haven. Will post a list of times and dates.
PET SAFE HAVEN GRAND OPENING APRIL 1-5, 2015
725 East State St
Trenton, NJ 08609
Email address: email@example.com
About 2.7 million healthy, adoptable cats and dogs—about one every 11 seconds—are put down in U.S. shelters each year. Often these animals are the offspring of cherished family pets. Spay/neuter is a proven way to reduce pet overpopulation, ensuring that every pet has a family to love them.
A "no-kill" shelter is an animal shelter that does not kill healthy or treatable animals even when the shelter is full, reserving euthanasia for terminally ill animals or those considered dangerous to public safety. A no-kill shelter uses many strategies to promote shelter animals; to expand its resources using volunteers, excellent housing and medical protocols; and to work actively to lower the number of homeless animals entering the shelter system.
Join ZigZag and Rufus for witty and inspired conversations on life and varous bullsh*t! Here's some show quotes from the episdoe:
That's when you know you've made it...whenever children in thirld world contries are wearing your t-shirts.
I have to admit i've been wrong about sliced ham.
I majored in bong hits and minored in HyperSloth.
We're all just meat sacks trying to die.
Life will always neuter your spirit animal.
Human beings are the red headed step children of the universe.
Teriyaki my ass! Take your teriyaki and shove it!
Hosted by Debbie Dahmer
Guests will be: Danny Mason Co-Host on (CWAPB) Conversations with a Pit Bull on Foster Corder - Host on CWAPB & Fosters Animal World
The Dog House Rescue Foundation is coordinating a trip to Tijuana, Mexico with Shorty Rossi ( Pit boss ) and lots of volunteers who will work with veterinarians in Tijuana to catch homeless dogs, and spay/neuter and vaccinate , medicate , groom , do dental on 150 street dogs from the poorest parts of TJ Mexico .
These dogs also need medications to protect them from fleas, ticks, and heartworm. And if possible, we would like to help treat animals with more chronic medical problems like non-contagious demodectic mange and flea dermititis. With enough money, the Dog House Rescue Foundation can help fund foster homes for the dogs who need them while undergoing medical treatment.
This is a grassroots movement being put together entirely on donations. There is a limit on how much dog food we can bring over the border, so cash donations will help us more than food donations, as we will need to purchase the dog food in Tijuana. The spay/neuter surgeries are costing us only $15 per dog, so every donation, no matter how small, can help! The more funds we receive, the more dogs will be treated. The trip might be documented by a film producer, and we will post updates on our Facebook page (soon to be posted). Donors will be able to see the dogs that their money is helping directly.
Operation Love Mary Lea is named after our primary sponsor, a generous and caring individual without whom, this project would not be possible. We hope to raise enough funds to take the opportunity she has given us, and make it as effective as possible for these dogs in need. Please join us in helping the desperate dogs of Tijuana!
Thank you, The Dog House Rescue Foundation
WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND??? POLITICS, PARKS & RECREATION?? EDUCATION?? PETS AND THE NEED TO SPAY & NEUTER?? SHOULD ID COLLARS BE MANDATORY?? HOW TO HELP DEVELOP THE EQUESTRIAN COMUNITY AS AN INDUSTRY IN UNION COUNTY???
TODAY IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO LET US KNOW WHAT IS ON YOUR MIND.
Host Marie Hulett talks with Denise Fleck, author of book that covers everything from breed specific legislation to why black dogs in shelters have trouble getting adopted. Also this morning, Dr. Kellie Heckman, the Co-Founder of Fixit will be dropping by to talk about the success of her remarkable spay and neuter program that is celebrating its third anniversary! ...And late breaking news: FiXiT recently received a grant from The Humane Society of the United States funded through the Lowell Fund to fix 100 pit bull terriers for free in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas. Learn more at
NOTE: There is a slight technical issue at the beginning of this podcast. Last week's episode plays for about 5 minutes before the new episode begins. Fast forward about 5 minutes to get to the new episode. Enjoy!
Hosted by Debbie Dahmer
Guest will be Kristin Kucsma - Rescuer and a Forensic Economist
New York Animal Rights Alliance America Facebook
Animal Rights Activism: Protest/Demonstration & Legal Political Action
No Kill New York, Inc., 501c3. We are New York Animal Rights Alliance America!! Join us! RALLY 500, NYC, 9/20/14, CITY HALL, NYC 845 856 7366845 856 7366 (KR)
1) Massive Protest and Demonstration Against the Kill Pound System and other entities who commit crimes against companion animals.
2) Legal Action Against the Kill Pound System and Government Entities who commit crimes against companion animals.
3) Political Advocacy for stronger laws and stiffer penalties for animal abuse.
Our organization will have the same stamina to withstand the political environment that infests this movement to get the job done of (1) MASSIVE FREE AND LOW COST SPAY NEUTER for the State of NY, (2) Continued shelter investigation with legal action against acts of animal cruelty, negligence and incompetence of a municipal entity, (3) Education and awareness of ADOPT DONT SHOP in the school system, (4) Video drama series starring kids for social media for awareness of not only dog and cat abuse but animal rights, (5) Protest and rallies for public demonstrations, (6) and Political Advocacy at the city and state levels throughout NY State.
We are soliciting TESTIMONY from individuals who could write an affidavit as to their eyewitness accounts of abuse at animal kill pounds/shelters, boarding facilities, "pet" stores, puppy/kitten mills, law enforcement matters, and backyard breeders and anywhere there is abuse. Call today to submit your affidavit to initiate legal action. 845 856 7366. No Kill New York.org Website 5013c.... President- Kate Raviello...Dog & Cats Adoptions