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Join us for a discussion on this topic. Should every dog be saved? In a perfect world, the answer would be an absolute YES! However, we do not live in a perfect world. Sadly, the amount of dogs that are euthanized on a daily basis in the USA is exorbitant. We all know that to be true. Dogs are like humans, they each have their own personality. With so many dogs in shelters today, how do you know you are getting the right dog for your family?
A guest panel consisting of professional certified trainers from Texas, Georgia and the NorthEast will be sharing their views on how to assess a dog and what practices they take to evaluate the dogs temperament.
We will be discussing dogs that are labeled difficult, and have shown signs of aggression toward other animals and/or humans. What measures are being taken to ensure the safety of the Communuty and other animals that the K9 would be in contact with? Are the shelters and rescue organizations working with a certified professional dog trainer?
Join us this Wednesday night, January 15th from 6:30-8:30pm, EASTERN Standard time.
Simply click on this link at the start of the show to listen in live. https://www.blogtalkradio.com/inspectorbark/2020/01/15/can-every-k9-be-saved
If you have any questions, comments or thoughts and wish to ask the panel a question, call into the show @ (516) 418-5682.
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Ari R Flagle’s fascination for reptiles and amphibians, during childhood progressively developed into an avocation an obsession. Since 1997, appreciation and concern for the species, Simalia. boeleni, has directed Ari to embrace herpetology as a career. He has dedicated his life to these pythons and has been traveling, living in West Papua for over a decade, visiting his tribal family and these animals that have established themselves in his life. The author of two books. Ari’s research and fieldwork in New Guinea led to the publication of the first comprehensive guide on the subject of Simalia boeleni in 2009 entitled Black Python and his most recent book, Serpents in the Clouds: The Search for the New Guinea Boelen's Python (2018). He has written numerous articles and has given presentations at conferences and herpetological society meetings all over the world on his field work in West Papua on the conservation of these pythons and tribal groups. With the continuation of his field research, Ari hopes to shed more light on the species’ natural history and to expose behaviors and activities that could help snake breeders around the planet to reach sustainable captive populations. For captive breeding might be the only hope of saving these snakes for future generations as human populations grow and spread and habitat dwindles, even in the remote mountaintops of New Guinea. His website and research project name www.projectblackpython.org also Instagram boelenspythonresearch_2019
Join Dogfather and Joe Frazier with our first new show of 2020! Our guest is former MMA fighter, long time Pit Bull Advocate, actor, and the man behind the Fight me Vick campaign, Gordon ''Shotgun'' Shell. This is a call in show, so have your questions and comments ready. 515-602-9775
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