Laura Coffey is the best-selling author of “My Old Dog: Rescued Pets with Remarkable Second Acts,” a book that celebrates the joys of giving homeless senior dogs a second chance. With gorgeous photographs and happy tales of old dogs learning new tricks, “My Old Dog” shows that adopting a senior can be even more rewarding than choosing a younger dog. We also encourage you to check out a great senior dog organization called The Grey Muzzle
Kate Cote talks to us today about her past and how cats have helped her overcome stuttering as a child. She’s had 16 cats over her lifetime and each one holds a special place. Kate started Fur Love Comfort Cats over 20 years ago and enjoys bringing peace and purrs to each new client they visit
Davyd joins us today to talk about how he got started in animal rescue 15 years ago and where he focuses his time today. He is one of the founders of No-Kill Colorado (NKC) where he served on the board and helped develop relationships with National leaders of the no-kill movement. He talks to us about the annual “Just One Day” and the “100 Dog” campaign and what they mean to the local communities and to the state of Colorado. 2017: Shelters Under 90% 2017: Colorado Organization Save Rates 2017: Save Rates in Major Colorado Cities
Dog bites, either on humans or other animals can have scary and heavy financial consequences. Deborah Turner has developed canine liability insurance that covers not only dog bites, but many situations from – scaring people, tripping them or pushing them over, running in front of a car resulting in an accident and dog-on-dog or other animals. The Canine Liability Policy can be purchased at www.dogbitequote.com in 15 minutes or less.
Jo Lynn joins us today to talk about animal photography and her experience with animal rescue transport. If you love photography and animals, and want to help listen in as she talks about various aspects. She is also the creator of LKA Shooters, a photography group for any age or level.
Mike Fry, the recipient of the Henry Bergh Leadership Award in 2009 and 2012. He worked as an executive in the computer software development field for 10 years until he discovered the need for animal shelter reform. He has spent approximately 20 years improving the lives of shelter animals. Listen in as he shares with us his perspective. If you’d like to learn more, please check out his No Kill Learning Blog.
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