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BTC #35 - Gryphon Press

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Happy New Year! Hope you all had a great holiday season and now it's time to get back to finding people who are up to making a difference in our world and the world of our pets. This week I'm lucky to have Emilie Buchwald on the program. Emilie is the Founder and publisher of Gryphon Press. A wonderful company that is dedicated to publishing picture books for children that explore the human-animal bond. These great books not only capture children's imagination but impart lessons for life as well as how we should treat our animal companions. What a great conversation.

This weeks blogs... Ok, the holidays are over but here is something fun... Surf Dogs were seen riding waves during the Tournament of Roses Parade. Yep, the dogs were having FUN! The float may have earned a new Guinness World Record for being the longest and heaviest float ever entered in the Rose Parade.  So these guys are probably pretty well trained which reminds us that January is National Train Your Dog Month. So, no more excuses, get out there and check out all the great resources available. What? You really don't have the time? Well here is a list of Couch Potato Dogs for Couch Potato Owners... I guess there really is someone for everybody.

------- About Behind the Curtain: In the "Wizard of OZ" there was a man behind the curtain who showed people that they already had everything they needed and desired... We've created a BlogTalkRadio program where our guests include those hero's and champions who dedicate themselves to make a difference with people and our animal companions. Most of these organizations are well known and make amazing differences in their communities, but the people behind the curtain, those that spend countless hours, often don't seek the spotlight and we want to share their stories and passion with you.

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