Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Lots of Interesting News

Radio Show
Wednesday, August 27 Joy's guests are
12:00 - 12:30 PM PT - Jean Hofve, DVM is a Nordic Naturals Advisor. She will be discussing the benefits of omega-3 fatty acids (specifically fish oil) for dogs and cats. The website for www.nordicnaturals.com. Her website, www.littlebigcat.com is a respected source of information on feline health, nutrition and behavior.

12:30 to 1:00 PM PT - Patrick Byrne CEO of Overstock.com. Recently,he shocked many critics and won a victory for animals when he officially made the online retail giant fur-free. Despite the inclusion of fur in many designer clothing collections, items that include fur are no longer offered for sale on Overstock.com’s web site or even on its auction portal. To learn more about Overstock.com, please visit www.overstock.com


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 on Wednesdays, the telephone number is 425-373-5527. The toll free number if you are in Western Washington is 1-888-298-5569.

Talk With Your Animals is brought to you by 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, Nurtural Horse - www.nurturalhorse.com and ScratchnAll - www.scratchnall.com, Waggin' Tails Cookies, Inc. - www.waggintailscookies.com and our mention - Holistic Horse Magazine - www.holistichorse.com. Please let these wonderful people know that Joy sent you.
From The Wonderful Folks Who Support Talk With Your Animals

Zoe Brooks, Designer of the Nurtural No-Bit Bridle had a nice long interview yesterday with a reporter from the local Cable News. It will appear at www.persona10news.com for 24 hours, starting at 5PM our time this evening, August 26 (She thinks; that's when the cable broadcast starts, and repeats every 20 minutes all evening.) They even took some video she had made recently form the Calgary Stampede and 'Country-Style Dressage'. She has no idea what will end up on the news, but you are welcome to tune in and meet her Goddaughter Bridie from England riding Gerry's horse Scooter ... as well as hear the latest news about their adventures. www.nurturalhorse.com "Nurturing horses and horse lovers since 2005." Phone (705)866-2285, Toll Free 1-877-877-5845 (Canada & USA)

Barbara Lee of Waggin Tail Cookies wants to let you know about Monthly Auto ship. When you sign up for this special service you will not only save money but your dog will never be without their favorite treat. You can order by both containers or bulk and your order will be shipped regularly every month. Think of the convenience, Waggin' Tails Liver Cookies of Love delivered to your door so you never run out. You can order at www.waggintailscookies.com

Basic Animal Communication Class
The next Basic Animal Communication Class will be held Saturday and Sunday on September 20 & 21 from 12 to 5 PM both days in Yelm, WA. The first day you will learn the theory on how to communicate, find your best way to communicate with animals, and practice with Joy's animal kids. The second day you bring your animal kid to class and practice with yours as well as with other participants' animal kids. To reserve your spot and get directions, please call Martha at 206-850-6485 or e-mail her at Martha@TalkWithYourAnimals.com. To receive the discounted rate of $250, please pay this amount in full before September 6. After September 6, the price is $300. Also, let Martha know if you are interested in carpooling, she will be glad to give you contact information for participants in your area. For those of you wondering when the next basic animal communication class will be held, it is scheduled for September of 2009.

Check out The Chai Story - WARNING TO ALL DOGS - Lethal Dog Toy This story is being brought to your attention just in case you have one of these toys or find one at a garage sale or second hand store. After looking at the website, supposedly it does not show the toy listed. Hopefully, there are no longer are being sold in stores. The toy being referenced is the pimple ball with bell. (Item #20227-001, UPC Code 0 4566320227 9)http://www.thechaistory.blogspot.com/a severe injury from a product that the company Four Paws Inc, produces.

Pawsitive Alliance Pre-Adoption Event Workshop with Trainer Robin Grannell
Are you thinking about adding a dog or puppy to your family? Learn about options for acquiring a dog, how to select the right dog for your family and tips for successfully integrating the dog into your household. Workshop attendees earn early entry into the Dog Days of Summer adoption event. $20.00 per family. Space is limited, please RSVP to JULIE@sgmfx.com or 206-465-4116. Sunday, August 31, 2008, 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Canine Behavior Center, 7551 205th Ave NE Redmond, WA 98073, (425) 898-1341

Sponsored by Pawsitive Alliance. For more information at www.pawsitivealliance.org or www.caninebcenter.com

It’s Hurricane Season. Do You Know How To Protect Your Pets?
The National Association of Professional Pet Sitters (NAPPS) has issued an official Disaster Preparedness Guide, designed to provide pet sitters and pet owners with educational and reference tools to help guide them through natural and man-made disasters. During this hurricane season, NAPPS encourages all pet sitters and pet owners to review the guide which is available at www.petsitters.org and covers disasters of all types, including tornadoes and thunderstorms, hurricanes, floods, winter storms, extreme heat and wildfires, earthquakes, tsunamis, and even volcanoes. The plan was developed by NAPPS’ Disaster Preparedness Committee in an effort to assist members and pet owners in developing personalized disaster plans for their businesses and homes. The guide includes an official pet identification form, checklist for a complete Disaster Supply Kit, and even special recommendations for birds, reptiles, and other small animals. A shorter quick reference guide is also ! provided for pet owners and emergency wallet ID cards are available to identify emergency pet guardians and emergency vet contacts.

For more information on NAPPS, please contact the national headquarters: 15000 Commerce Parkway, Suite C, Mt. Laurel, N.J. 08054; Phone: 856-439-0324; Fax: 856-439-0525; Email: napps@ahint.com. To find a pet sitter in your area, check out NAPPS’ nationwide referral network at www.petsitters.org.


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