Renee talks to Bruce Compton, the President of the Board of Directors of the Animal Orphanage. Bruce talks about the shelter and how it’s run. They also discuss the controversial issue of bringing dogs up from down south to our local shelters and why this is being done. Listeners learn about a few great dogs currently up for adoption. Bruce also talks about an event coming up on September 8, 2012, “Woofstock Pet Festival!” Check the website for more information: www.theanimalorphanage.org
Dr. Sally Foote, veterinary behaviorist from Tuscola, Ill. Talks to Renee and Karen about how she’s rehabilitating her dog Bella, who is very reactive to seeing men and other dogs. She also discusses how Royal Canin’s food, “CALM” is helping to keep her dog much calmer during this process. If you want to read Dr. Foote’s blog about Bella, click on this link: http://www.drsallyjfoote.blogspot.com/
Karen and Renee talk to the owner of Fresh Pet dog foods, Richard Thompson. Mr. Thompson talks about the high quality of his foods and that there are no preservatives contained in any of his varieties. The foods need to be refrigerated, so they are found in the refrigerators in supermarkets all over the New Jersey and Pennsylvania areas. The Dog Food Advisor gives Fresh Pet foods a 5 star rating! Check it out yourself:
Betsy Palazzo, president of Purr ‘n’ Pooch Foundation talks about a gala being held on August 9th. This gala is to honor a police dog named Jordan who took a bullet for her partner.