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The goal of our show is to reach the unreachable and to teach the unteachable. We are still in the process of taking our show to another level! We ask that you be patience with us. Tuesday's Business
If you are a business owner and would like to be on the show to impart into others the;
DO'S AND DONT'S of a successful business
UPS AND DOWNS of a business
REASONS FOR BUSINESS FAILURES
REASONS FOR BUSINESS SUCCESS
REASONS YOUR PATRIONIZE A BUSINESS
WE WANT TO KNOW WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND?
YOU NEVER KNOW HOW BENEFICIAL YOUR WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT MIGHT BE TO SOMEONE ELSE!
TALK IT OUT BEFORE REACTING!
WE WILL HAVE AVAILABLE RESOURCES FOR ISSUES CONCERNING THE MIND,BODY AND SOUL.
I want to hear from you, please contact us at www.acaringconsultants.com
Remember to share some care!!
does your dog have dye
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.
The second River is Established Leadership; The Bible say in Romans 13:1...Everyone must submit to governing authorities. For all authority comes from God, and those in positions of authority have been placed there by God. God is involved in all things. There is an element of the river of prophecy that flows to established leadership and position. The third River is Music; Now prophecy can flow without the music because there are the other six rivers. But one of the rivers of the Spirit of prophecy is music. You could enhance and increase a prophetic flow by music.
My name is Bob Zima and I am a Frequent Flyer to Hell and Back.
One thing I have learned on my various travels to find hope and healing is that fun and laughter and sense of adventure are vital companions.
I love hockey, NASCAR, adventure and thriller movies, the beach, my wife and kids and so much more. Each and every day I make it a point to improve my psychological fitness skills so that I can maintain my mental and behavioral health and wellness. Ain't easy. It is a struggle.
I try to make the science and the "industry" of psychology easier to understand and actually use.
I try to make the search for fun and healing adventurous and exciting. I inspire people to get their head out of their ass and their ass off of the couch and improve the quality of their lives TODAY. Why wait? Life is passing you by.
I am a quirky, outspoken, irreverent, authentic and energetic frequent flyer to hell and back who just happens to host his very own radio show and podcast. I also write a blog, books and produce funny and educational videos!
I am also a licensed clinical professional counselor who has over 10 years in the counseling profession and over 20 in the mass media production (TV, Radio, Film) industry. I studied with The Player's Workshop of the Second City and have performed improv comedy with a variety of troupes.
Welcome to The Grumpy Gator Cafe'.
Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Miranda Lambert writes in her foreword to Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cat Did What?: “I hope that you learn a little about love and the strange ways that animal (and humans) show it.”
In her forward to Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Dog Did What?: “I hope you read something that reminds you of your favorite dog and suddenly realize that the relationship with him or her helped to create the thread of the person you became.” Miranda goes on to remind readers: “Don’t forget… love a shelter pet.”
Join Amy Newmark, the publisher of Chicken Soup, and me on Tuesday, August 26, 10-11 A.M. CT US, as we discuss inspirational stories about the volunteers and professionals involve in animal welfare and more importantly how shelter cats and dogs make fabulous pets as they enriched the lives of their new families.
It's Tuesday Night.. Check Out What's On The Menu Tonight
11:00pm - 11:30pm
SEX - What's your thoughts on having sex the first day you meet a guy?
11:30pm - 11:45 pm
FREAKY CONFESSIONS - Call in & tell us your freaky confessions..
11:45pm - 12:00am
SHOW YOUR LOVE TUESDAYS - Call In & Show someone some lover your brother, lover, best friend, sister, it can be anyone just show some one some love.
12:00am - 1:00am
Why Do People Allow Verbal Abuse In Their Relationship??
Talk Soap is BACK with an all new season AND even an all new panel. The gang from the past season now have taken our show, The Spilled Tea, and combined it's format with soaps and they are just starting! So, I was like well I need to get a new gang of soap lovers. Well tonight meet the panel as we introduce each other, talk about our favorites, a little bio of us, our social network places to contact us and then talk a little soap. Then every Tuesday at 4PM PST/7PM EST, we will be LIVE (and archived) for our week in review and general banter of daytime and primetime.