Tuesday, May 20, 2008

Fun to Watch

From Zoe Brooks of Nurtural Horse Products, one of the wonderful participants of Talk With Your Animals has posted 3 new videos on her YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/NurturalHorse These fun videos are the radio interviews when Joy interviewed Zoe. Joy had asked 3 horses what THEY thought of going from bit to bitless. Zoe hopes you like the photos of her horses and many other critters at her farm. Enjoy! www.nurturalhorse.com

# 1 Zeus is an off-the-track thoroughbred in Canada. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=r4dhOKQZZxM

# 2 Dell is a thoroughbred being trained for dressage by Grand Prix coach Debora Adams in the USA. http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=RmTOIaRxehU

# 3 Mina is a 29 year old horse in England who recently switched from bit to the Nurtural Bitless Bridle in the UK. http://www.youtube. com/watch? v=FH9ubwfw- Y4

In celebration of National Pet Week (May 4-10), the second chapter of IKEA’s “America at Home” short documentary is now available for viewing online at www.ikea.com/ms/en_US/home_campaign/americaathome.html. The chapter, titled “Best Friends,” is a glimpse into the keyhole of Jody Applebaum’s life with her two “best friends” and “home-mates” – award-winning West Highland Terriers Frasier and Niles. Jody cares for her pets like any loving friend – even providing affection by kissing them on the lips! She’s definitely one of the 62% of Americans who consider their pets to be true members of the family (according to the “IKEA America at Home” survey).

The “America at Home” documentary is an 18-minute peek into the lives of seven families that allowed IKEA’s cameras into their homes for a closer look at the way we really live. The vignettes will be released by family at various points throughout the year. The documentary is part of IKEA’s ongoing efforts to celebrate and understand life in the most important place in the world – home.

Tune in to Talk With Your Animals on Wednesdays from 12 - 1 PM Pacific Time either on the radio if you live in the Seattle area or over the Internet by going to www.talkwithyouranimals.com then to the radio show links page and click on the listen live button for KKNW. The show can also be heard live on www.1150kknw.com. The radio show replays on www.animalradio.com. Check that website for the times in your area. If you are interested in calling in to ask a question of your pet (alive or passed), the telephone number is 425-373-5527.


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