Monday, April 09, 2007

Helping Hands Vet Clinic

Tuesday, April 10 - Joy's guest will be Dr. G from Helping Hands Veterinary Clinic, one of our wonderful sponsors. This clinic is a full service vet hospital providing a blend of quality conventional and holistic medicine. They work with a wide variety of household pets including reptiles, small mammals and birds. They believe that quality medical care can be affordable. Helping Hands’ Doctors try to treat the cause of disease instead of just eliminating or suppressing symptoms. The clinic is very involved in the community. They have created an easy to read reference card listing common local toxic plants. These cards are distributed to over 20 garden stores and nurseries. They are involved in providing pet oxygen masks to local fire trucks. They supply doggie bags and dispensers to local dog parks. They work with difference school districts by providing pet care education to different age groups. A number of the employees did their internship at the clinic when they were in high school. With clinic hours Monday through Saturday and evenings, Helping Hands is accessible to everyone’s schedule. Location - 18415 33rd Ave West, Lynnwood, WA 98037 - Telephone # 425-672-4343. Check out their website, for more information and web coupons.

The radio show, Talk With Your Animals airs Tuesday nights from 5-6 PM PT on 1150 AM in the Seattle area and streams live over the Internet at It also rebroadcasts on To call into the show to ask a question of your animal kid, please call 425-373-5527. Our wonderful sponsors are Optimum Choices -, Pet Essences -, The Natural Pet Pantry -, Natural Horse Talk -, Holistic Horse -, Helping Hands Veterinary Clinic - and our mention - New Woman Books -

So much is in the news about the recalled pet food these days. Our wildlife friends also need our help. Starting the beginning of this month the Canadian seal hunt of about 270,000 seal pups (ages 12 wks. - 3 mos.) will be going on during the whole month of April. This hunt has been going on for years and needs to stop. The Humane Society of the United States wants people to boycott Canadian seafood. Maybe the hunters will stop the hunt if they know it will hurt them financially. There is a great deal of seafood that comes from NE Canada, and New Foundland (where the seal hunt takes place). There are several restaurants in the Puget Sound area that have pledged to boycott Canadian seafood, and also Whole Foods. (information sent in by a reader). To learn more about this, please visit the website,

Basic Animal Communication Class will be held Saturday and Sunday, May 12 & 13 from Noon to 5 PM both days in Woodinville, WA. The first day you will learn the theory on how to communicate and find your best way to communicate with animals. The second day you get to bring your animal kid to class and practice with him or her. The discounted rate for the class is $250 which includes the $100 deposit to reserve your spot. The discounted rate applies if you pay before April 28. If you pay between April 29 and May 9, the cost is $300 which includes the $100 deposit to reserve your spot. Two days before and up to the day of the class, the cost is $350. To reserve your spot and get directions, please call Martha at 206-522-5157 or e-mail her at


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