Today’s guest was Francia Vogini, President of Husky Haven of Florida. Francia began rescuing dogs seven years ago when she saw a dog on social media that needed a foster home. Although she already had three huskies of her own, her heart said she needed to get involved. She helped find a forever home for her foster and saw how much this dog helped the adopter overcome her depression. That was all it took and Francia was hooked. Read more
Today’s guest on All My Children Wear Fur Coats was Susan Briggs, a Certified Professional Animal Care Operator, author, speaker and pet care business expert. Along with Robin Bennett, a previous guest on our show, she is the Co-founder of The Dog Gurus, the nation’s premier resource for dog care professionals. Read more
Today’s show focused on Town & County K9 ResQ located in Mohegan Lake, New York. Town & County is a 501c3 charity devoted to finding loving homes for adoptable pets and keeping current pets with their owners and out of the shelter system when times are tough.
Jen and I share a life-long passion for dogs. Hers became a full-time career after retiring from thirty-two years in the world of finance in New York City. She is originally from Duchess County, New York, and her dream is to return to her home-town on a 10.5 acre farm where she can carry out the mission of Town & Country. Read more
What a pleasure to talk with Teoti Anderson from a Dog’s Best Friend on All My Children Wear Fur Coats. I was first introduced to Teoti at the Pet Sitter’s International Conference in 2019. She is a dynamic individual who clearly loves what she does as a professional dog trainer. She is the author of a number of books on dog training, a regular columnist for Modern Dog magazine, as well as the hos of Get Pawsitive Results on Pet Life Radio.
Today’s guest was Jodi Clock, a Certified Pet Loss Professional (CPLP) and the founder of Clock’s Timeless Pets. Clock’s Timeless Pets provides cremation services for pet parents in and around Muskegon, Michigan. Their motto is “Unconditional care for the loss of your pet.” The Clock Family has been serving both humans and their pets in the funeral industry since 1897.
The loss of a loved one is never easy. Yet, we all have questions regarding the type of end of life care we want our loved one to receive. There are many options. Clock’s Timeless Pets has an excellent Frequently Asked Questions section that can answer many of your questions. You can also find the “Pet Parent’s Guide to Planning Ahead.” Read more
Today we were joined by Russell Breuer, who along with his spouse, founded Spot & Tango. Spot & Tango is dog food, but reimagined. Their site allows you to build your dog’s personalized meal plan with honest guidance and real ingredients.
The company was inspired by the founders’ dog, Jack. They were cooking home-made meals for him and an idea was born. Why not create a company that provided human grade cooked fresh meals full of fresh fruits and vegetables? Read more
Joey’s Legacy is a not for profit organization whose mission is to educate pet parents and provide assistance when a pet is lost through the negligence or malpractice of a veterinarian. The organization was founded in 2017, after founder Scott Fine lost his beloved Doxie, Joey to an act of medical malpractice. It is Scott’s desire that his loss and this organization can prevent another pet parent’s future loss. Read more
What is the Paw and Feather Plan? The Paw and Feather Plan was created in 2018 by Jessica Pita to provide care for pets when a pet parent is no longer able, due to death, illness or extreme life events. They specialize in placing pets in permanent, loving homes.
Jessica has been a shelter volunteer and an employee. She has seen the sadness, the agony and heartbreak that loved pets experience when they have lost their pet parent. Pets are given up to shelters for many reasons – but one reason a pet should NEVER be in a shelter is because the pet parent didn’t have a plan. Read more
As a dog owner and lover who lives in Manhattan, New York, Lisa Baronoff grew concerned about the germs and chemicals her dogs were encountering on their daily walks. She tried traditional dog booties and discovered not only did her dogs dislike them, but they were a pain for the her as the pet parent to put on. In addition, they didn’t stay on well and were worn out after only a few walks. Read more