Save A Pooch - Episode 61 Understanding Rescue Dogs: Overcoming Triggers and Fostering Trust
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by Beverly Isla
1M ago
In this episode, we’ll talk about the world of rescue dogs with Debby, a passionate advocate for rescue dog rehabilitation. Her journey began in the mid-1970s when she noticed the increasing number of terrified pups entering homes. Through her experiences, she shares valuable insights on identifying rescue dogs' triggers, understanding their impact on adoptive families, and providing effective strategies to help these dogs overcome their fears. This episode discusses Debby's journey, with her transformative relationship with Nora, a fear-biter she adopted, and the profound lessons they learned ..read more
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Save A Pooch - Episode 60 Navigating Grief with the Healing Journey of Rescue Dogs
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by Beverly Isla
2M ago
In today’s episode, we're joined by Anne Abel, author of newly released book, Mattie, Milo, and Me. Anne shares the touching stories of how her rescue dogs, Mattie and Milo, helped her navigate grief and depression. We discuss the complexities of adopting pets with undisclosed behavioral issues, highlighting the compassion and commitment required. Additionally, we tackle the debate: does someone with grief need time to recover before getting another dog, or does a new furry companion aid in healing? Join us for a heartfelt exploration of resilience, love, and the transformative power of canine ..read more
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Save A Pooch - Episode 59 The Beagle's Voice: Unveiling Molly's Miracle
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by Beverly Isla
6M ago
In this episode, W.B. Murph, the creative mind behind the children's book, "Molly's Miracle: A Chosen Dog, Not a Broken Dog." W.B. Murph, a former veterinary nurse, shares the remarkable journey of Molly, a lovable Beagle whose experiences mirror the harsh reality of animal neglect. Together with his real-life silly Beagle companion, Murph crafted a narrative that goes beyond the pages, encouraging young readers to embrace love and care despite perceived flaws, fears, and failures. The author discusses the inspiration behind this touching story that explores the depths of compassion, second ch ..read more
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Save A Pooch - Episode 58 From Puppy Mill to Loving Home: How One Man Rescued and Rehabilitated His Best Friend
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by Beverly Isla
7M ago
In this episode, we delve into the touching story of Freddie: The Rescue Dog Who Rescued Me with its author, Grant Hayter-Menzies. While Grant is renowned for his historical works, his latest book shifts the focus to a more contemporary and deeply personal subject – his cherished rescue dog, Freddie who has crossed the rainbow bridge in 2021. In this episode, Grant shares the invaluable insights, steps, and tools they used to facilitate Freddie's acclimatization to overcome his fears and alleviate his general anxiety in the world. As we celebrate Freddie's life, Grant's tips and experiences o ..read more
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Save A Pooch - Episode 56 Transforming Dog Adoptions: Tech, Compassion, and New Horizons
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by Beverly Isla
9M ago
In this episode, we explore the powerful synergy between technology and compassion in revolutionizing dog adoptions. Join us as we talk to Rescue Spot founder Nicole Patrick about how social media, apps and other out-of-box strategies are transforming shelter-to-home connections for dogs in need. Explore avenues beyond traditional volunteering, discover ways to make a difference, and learn about launching foster-based rescues. Tune in to discover the evolving landscape of dog adoption and find inspiration to take action in your own unique way. EPISODE NOTES: Transforming Dog Adoptions: Tech ..read more
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Save A Pooch - Episode 55 Who Are Animals, Really?
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by Beverly Isla
1y ago
In this episode, renowned animal communicator Claudia Hehr will share her insights on who animals really are. Not what, but who. Her expertise & passion in animal communications has opened up another lens into the animal kingdom and will share with us how animals see the world. As we also open up our perspective, this may influence the dynamics between human and animal in the hopes that animal cruelty and neglect can decrease. EPISODE NOTES: Who Are Animals, Really ..read more
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Save A Pooch - Episode 54 Aging Dogs, Aging People
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by Beverly Isla
1y ago
Losing your 4-legged best friend can be one of the most difficult things to experience. Because of their shorter life span than humans, that is often the case. However, it can go the other way around. The dog may also lose their human through illness or death and their lives drastically change to a whole different environment. Unfortunately, it is likely a shelter if family members are unable to care for the dog. Organizations like ElderDog not only have a mission of re-homing dogs in these cases, but they also support elders in taking care of their dogs so they are not put in a position to le ..read more
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Save A Pooch - Episode 53 Shelter Statistics: Pre-Pandemic to Post-Pandemic
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by Beverly Isla
1y ago
In this episode, special guest Stephanie Filer, executive director of Shelter Animals Count: The National Database, will discuss the statistics of shelter admissions over the past few years. Currently, shelter intakes are up across the board and as a result, there is a crisis within many shelters. Have adoptions increased or decreased during the pandemic? Why are the shelters especially overwhelmed at this time? EPISODE NOTES: Shelter Statistics: Pre-Pandemic to Post-Pandemic ..read more
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Save A Pooch - Episode 52 Hands 2 Paws App: Matching You With A Dog Suitable For Your Lifestyle & An Ethical Breeder Or Rescue
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by Beverly Isla
1y ago
Today's guest is Elizabeth Menegon, founder of Hands 2 Paws, a matching app that helps people with the 2 most important questions when looking for a dog. This episode will discuss the importance of not only choosing a dog based on your lifestyle but choosing ethical breeders if you go that route, so that health issues with the dogs are minimized. EPISODE NOTES: Hands 2 Paws App: Matching You With A Dog Suitable For Your Lifestyle & An Ethical Breeder Or Rescue ..read more
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Save A Pooch - Episode 51 Acclaimed United Nations Photographer Encourages More Rescue Adoptions Through The Upcoming Book 'MUTTS'
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by Beverly Isla
1y ago
This episode features United Nations photographer Olivia Pritchard and her upcoming new book “MUTTS” which aims to show people who haven't considered adopting a rescue pet or mystery mixed breed – that mutts have just as many unique, lovable, and desirable qualities as pedigree pups. Olivia will share her experience as a United Nations photographer working in combat zones as well as guidance for those thinking about adopting a shelter dog - which type might be right for their lifestyle. EPISODE NOTES: Acclaimed United Nations Photographer Encourages More Rescue Adoptions Through The Upcoming ..read more
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