This show will enhance your life with your pets. It will entertain you & greatly expand your knowledge for & about your pets. When Animals Speak it helps us align with intimate wisdom of animals for insight & self-knowledge. Pets are our family and have our hearts.
Have you ever wondered if your pet could speak... what would they tell us... on Pet Life Radio.
PetLifeRadio.com - Episode 13 No More Litterbox
You’ve seen Mr. Jinx use the bathroom in the movie, "Meet The Parents!" Rebecca talks to Erika about how she toilet-trained her cat.
PetLifeRadio.com - Episode 12 Play Misty For Me
Erika speaks with astrologer Misty Day. Ms. Day holds a C.A.P. (Certified Astrological Professional) from the International Society for Astrological Research, and is an ordained minister. She is a practitioner of the Timesmithing Method of Astrological Interpretation with over 30 years
PetLifeRadio.com - Episode 11 Time To Face Reality
Erika talks to Jason Oropallo of RealityWanted.com. RealityWanted.com, originally launched by Mark Yawitz and Jason Oropallo is the first stop for anyone interested in reality television. With the latest casting calls, reality TV news, realitystar interviews, industry event photos, blogging, and discussion boards. There is no other source dedicated completely to reality television. Then DeDe calls in to find out about her new dog, Butterscotch.
PetLifeRadio.com - Episode 10 Napoleon Lets The Cats Out of The Bag
English Bulldogs are notoriously bad swimmers. With a giant head and chest compared to a lighter tail end, they have a tendency to go bottoms up in the water. It’s hard to keep that head up above the waves when it’s the largest part of your body! Because of the breeds history of poor swimming ability, this morning’s news came as a bit of a shock to me! Napoleon, an obedient and well behaved two year old white English Bulldog in Michigan abruptly left his master’s side yesterday and raced out across a road and into a nearby lake.
Napoleon’s owner met him in the driveway as the bulldog came back up out of the lake dragging something in his mouth. It looked like a burlap sack, and Napoleon appeared determined to drag it up from the shore and back to his master’s side. It was then that Napoleon’s owner heard the meowing and realized that there were abandoned kittens inside the bag! Six kittens in total, although two of them didn’t survive and the remaining four were in bad shape. Napoleon’s mom cared for the survivor’s for the next two weeks until they could be taken in to the city pet adoption center and found new homes.
PetLifeRadio.com - Episode 9 Erie Zoo's Tiger a Shy Guy
Nikki, a shy, gorgeous, 370-pound male Amur tiger, also an endangered species now resides at the Erie Pennsylvania Zoo. Nikki has refused to come out of his den into his new $500,00. public exhibit since it opened two months ago. Find out if Nikki is shy or has other concerns we can solve so he can enjoy his new exhibit. We also talk to a young lady named Tara & I give my personal opinion on noise & animals.
PetLifeRadio.com - Episode 8 Therapy...How Willy Got His Wheels
Willy belonged to the multitude of homeless and abandoned animals, labeled "unwanted". Discarded in a cardboard box, paralyzed and with his vocal cords severed, this tiny Chihuahua lived at an animal hospital waiting for someone to take him home. The story of Willy's plight touched pet storeowner Deborah Turner, who brought him home to her menagerie of rescued pets. She tried a comical array of methods to help Willy become mobile before they received his K9 Cart.
Wheely Willy's set of wheels changed both Deborah's and Willy's lives. His mobility brought him an incredible energy and joy. He blossomed with his newfound freedom, which is chronicled in the children's book, "How Willy Got His Wheels", by Deborah Turner and Diana Mohler. The book was honored with the 1998 Maxwell Award for Children's Literature, and was nominated for a Caldecott Award for its illustrations.