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Pet Radio brings you quality pet, dog, and cat podcasts that are educating, entertaining, and promote pet healthcare, welfare and strengthen your bond with your pet. We help you be the best pet parent you can be.

    Podcast-7 Year Old Boy Changing the World One Dog at a Time

    Podcast-7 Year Old Boy Changing the World One Dog at a Time

    In this Pet Radio dog podcast, we meet seven year old Roman McConn and his Mom who transport dogs from high kill shelters to where they may be adopted to new homes.  The ASPCA has awarded Roman the 2018  “Tommy P. Monahan” Kid of the Year. We interviewed Roman and his Mom last year and are pleased to welcome them back to Pet Radio. Roman’s passion for dogs is an inspiration for both children and adults. Hear the story straight from Roman!

     



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    • 18 Min.
    Podcast: Meet Noah, The ASPCA Dog Of The Year

    Podcast: Meet Noah, The ASPCA Dog Of The Year

     

    Noah, a blind dog with deformed legs is the winner of the ASPCA 2018 Dog of the Year award. Noah visits schools to promote anti-bullying those who look different, and visits seniors to bring smiles.



    Working with a specialized curriculum developed by his owner, teacher Lisa Edge, Noah embodies the message that even though people look different, we all have similar needs and are no less important because of our differences or disabilities. Nearly every day, Lisa receives thankful messages from children who’ve been bullied and find comfort in Noah.

    When not in the classroom, Noah can be found at nursing homes, freely giving his love to seniors, or even skiing on the slopes of Wisconsin with custom-made skis to fit his wheelchair.

    For overcoming his own severe handicaps to teach children valuable lessons about tolerance and acceptance, Noah is the 2018 ASPCA Dog of the Year.

     



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    • 23 Min.
    Podcast: ASPCA Cat Of The Year- Cat Named D.O.G. ASPCA Cat Of the Year- D.O.G.

    Podcast: ASPCA Cat Of The Year- Cat Named D.O.G. ASPCA Cat Of the Year- D.O.G.

    D.O.G. is a cat with an important mission: to help train service dogs!

    Peggy Musen, Executive Director of Duo- an organization that breeds, trains, and places service dogs- explains how D.O.G. plays an important role in training the dogs not to be distracted by cats and other animals. It does not stop him however from making friends with the puppies and dogs and he even plays with them!



    ASPCA® Cat of the Year: D-O-G, St. Louis, MO

    D-O-G (pronounced dee-OH-gee) is the fearless live-in cat at Duo, Inc. His job is to provide unique behavioral training for dogs who are themselves in a two-year program where they will learn to either assist people with mobility and hearing impairments or provide emotional support to children and adults as they navigate the legal system.

    D-O-G helps these dogs become comfortable around other animals, including cats, and avoid distractions as they focus on their work. D-O-G’s presence has proven to have a positive impact on Duo’s dogs, and the once homeless cat is now considered instrumental in helping service dogs get the training they need to support people all over the country and in Europe.

    For his dogged dedication to helping other animals become effective and comfortable support animals, D-O-G is deserving of the ASPCA Cat of the Year Award.



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    • 17 Min.
    Podcast: My Life in a Cat House- an interview with Gwen Cooper Podcast: My Life in a Cathouse- an interview with Gwen Cooper

    Podcast: My Life in a Cat House- an interview with Gwen Cooper Podcast: My Life in a Cathouse- an interview with Gwen Cooper

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    November 6, 2018













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    Celebrate the human-feline bond with all its joys, mysteries, and life-changing moments. Gwen Cooper--author of the blockbuster international bestseller Homer's Odyssey: A Fearless Feline Tale, or How I Learned About Love and Life With a Blind Wonder Cat--returns with the ongoing adventures of her much-beloved, world-famous fur family. Ideal for new readers and longtime fans alike, this collection of eight purr-fect cat stories is filled with all the humor and heart Gwen's devoted readership has come to know and love. An adorable, five-week-old rescue kitten slowly learns to trust the woman who saved her. An obsessive cat teaches himself to play fetch and demands it morning and night from his hapless mom--whether she's working, sleeping, eating, bathing, or trying to enjoy some "alone time" with her husband. And Homer, the Blind Wonder Cat himself, returns triumphant in a new story about life and love after worldwide fame. Read all eight stories in one sitting, or savor each gem of a "tail" on its own. My Life in a Cat House will leave you laughing out loud, shedding an occasional tear, and hugging your own cat a little bit closer.

















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    Best selling author Gwen Cooper,  known for Homer’s Odyssey, brings us a celebration of her cat family in her new book  My Life in a Cat House. You get an inside look at living with 5 cats, one blind and one tripod. Learn what goes into writing a book like this after a best seller like Homer’s Odyssey. Join in on the fun and give a listen. Its pure joy and love.



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    • 21 Min.
    Podcast-Halloween and Pet Product Reviews With Pet Lady Dana Humphrey fall Picks with the Pet Lady

    Podcast-Halloween and Pet Product Reviews With Pet Lady Dana Humphrey fall Picks with the Pet Lady

    Dana Humphrey, The Pet Lady joins us to share some Halloween costumes for your dog and cat, a dog harness with a bright chest headlight!

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    • 19 Min.
    Podcast: Jericho the 80 pound service dog and the 2 pound kitten

    Podcast: Jericho the 80 pound service dog and the 2 pound kitten

    In this podcast, Mathew Smith  joins us to tell the story of his dog Jericho, an 80 pound pit bull who is a service dog to Mathew.  Injured in a motorcycle accident, Jericho helps  Mathew with mobility by pulling his wheelchair, picking up fallen items for Mathew, and opening and closing doors among other things.

    Jericho also has his own kitty who bonded with Jericho when it was a little itty bitty kitten.



    October is service dog month.





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    • 22 Min.

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