Tuesday, February 26, 2008

This Week

This Saturday, March 1, Fundraiser at Dooley's Dog House, 1421 Market St., Kirkland, WA - Joy will be facilitating mini-sessions from 12 - 4 PM. Each 5 minutes cost $20 which includes $10 donation to Pasado's Safe Haven. To reserve your spot, please call Chuck at 425-889-2200. To learn more about Dooley's Dog House, one of our wonderful sponsors, please visit www.dooleysdoghouse.com.

Dooley's Dog House Events has events every month. Here are some more of their upcoming ones. March 15, Saturday Noon - 4:00. Bring your dog and help Blaze celebrate his 20th birthday. Blaze is Chuck and Marti's remarkable beagle. Blaze has invited his old buddies from Pasado's AARFF (American Association of Retired Fidos & Felines) to be here to share the Peanut Butter Biscuit Cake. Have you ever met a 20 year old dog? Now is your chance!! Blaze asks that instead of gifts for him you make a donation to Pasado Safe Haven. The AARFF dogs that will be here are available for adoption. April 10, Thursday evening 7 - ??? Dooley's 2nd YAPPY HOUR. What a hoot...last time we had over 60 dogs join the fun! There will be puppetizers from Simon & Huey's for the dogs, wine from Chateau Le Paws and appetizers from Sasi's and Dino's Cheese spreads for the humans. Planet Poochie is once again staging a spectacular and fun doggie fashion show.

Wednesday, February 27 - from 12:00 - 12:30 PM PT - Joy's guest is author/Artist RON HEVENER specializes in animals and the romantic, adventurous people who love them. Mr. Hevener owns one of oldest dog show kennels in the U.S. ("Lochranza," specializing in Collies since 1945). His dog "Kane" (Ch. Amberlyn's Bright Tribute) was featured in his popular novel "The Blue Ribbon."

His interest in Arabian horse racing goes back to the early days of Delaware Park, now one of the leading Arabian racetracks in the US. His stallion "Nahgua" (Nugui El Khamsin) was one of the first Arabians to race at Delaware Park and inspired Mr. Hevener's novel, "Fate of the Stallion."

Along with racehorses and show dogs, Mr. Hevener's interest in Greyhounds started with the adoption of a retired racer and led to a full-fledged racing kennel inspiring his novel, "High Stakes." Today, he owns sons and daughters of major Greyhound racing sires from the US, UK, Ireland and Australia.

An accomplished artist who started by selling handmade souvenirs to tourists at farmers' markets, Mr. Hevener's collectible figurines and the prints from his novels are now bought and traded throughout the world. His original paintings and sculptures are sold in galleries, displayed in museums and can be found in many private collections.

Ron Hevener's illustrated animal stories are published regularly in magazines, newsletters, newspapers and on websites around the globe. Mr. Hevener is currently on tour, speaking at bookstores, libraries, theaters, schools, gift stores, pet stores, dog shows, art shows, horse shows and public events. "Your life is a movie, and you write the script," he says. "On With The Show!" To learn more about Ron, please visit www.ronhevener.com

Our other wonderful sponsors of the radio show are Optimum Choices - www.optimumchoices.com, Pet Essences - www.petessences.com, The Natural Pet Pantry - www.naturalpetpantry.com, Natural Horse Talk - www.naturalhorsetalk.com, Dooley's Dog House - www.dooleysdoghouse.com, and Nurtural Horse - www.nurturalhorse.com and our mention - Holistic Horse Magazine - www.holistichorse.com. Also, supporting Talk With Your Animals - Rainbow Healing at 253-520-1098 or tara_iacolucci@yahoo.com and The "Attractive" Cat Litter Basket - www.sittinpretty.com. Please let our sponsors know that Joy sent you.

The radio show, Talk With Your Animals, broadcasts on Wednesdays from 12 to 1 PM PT. If you are in the Seattle area, tune into 1150AM KKNW. Or you can listen to the show over the Internet by going to the website, www.talkwithyouranimals.com, go to the radio show links page, and then click on the listen live button for KKNW. Telephone number for the radio show is 425-373-5527 so call in and ask a question of your animal kid. The toll free number if you are in Western Washington is 1-888-298-5569.


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