Today’s featured guest is Kay Hyman, Director of Community Engagement at Charleston Animal Society (CAS) in North Charleston, South Carolina. In 1874, CAS was formed as the first animal protection organization in South Carolina. Its purpose was then, and always has been, to prevent cruelty to animals. Originally, the organization was focused on the neglect of working animals, specifically horses, as well as the inhumane shipping of cattle and to resolve the epidemic of stray dogs. Read more
Blind Dog Rescue Alliance was founded in 2009 by Karen Belfi and her husband. They became acquainted with the world of blind dogs when in 1999 they were seeking a companion for their Siberian Husky. They found Ray Charles, a Shepherd/Collie mix that was born without eyes (a condition known as microphthalmia). Ray Charles changed their lives forever. 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
Today’s special guest is Lisa Lunghofer, the Executive Director of The Grey Muzzle Organization. This organization is guided by its vision – a world where no old dog dies alone and afraid. The Grey Muzzle Organization is not a shelter or a rescue but makes grants throughout the United States expressly for programs designed to improve the lives of at-risk senior dogs. Read more
This week’s guest, Lindsey Kaye is the Founder and CEO of Paws and Stripes, a not for profit organization dedicated to providing veterans with service dogs. Paws and Stripes focuses on vets that have PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) and/or TBI (traumatic brain injury).
Today’s special guest was Fraily Rodriguez, Vice President of Operations for Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando (PAGO). Fraily is a seasoned not for profit professional with more than 15 years of experience.
Today’s guest was Cheri Wells, Executie Chairman and Co-Founder of Lovey Loaves Rescue and Sanctuary. Cheri and her husband Ward have a heart for dogs with special needs.
Today’s guest was Kim Pruett. Kim is a “retired” rescuer and self-made animal advocate. Kim’s life changed in a big way about fifteen years ago when she adopted her dog Rebel (now 15) from a shelter.
All My Children Wear Fur Coats (the podcast) was honored to speak today to Stephen Bardy, Executive Director of the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando (PAGO). Steve shared with the listeners some of the exciting initiatives being undertaken by PAGO to make the lives of Central Florida pets better.
Today’s show on All My Children Wear Fur Coats featured Jen Leary, a 12 year veteran firefighter and founder of Red Paw Emergency Relief Team. Her organization serves the pets and families in the Philadelphia, PA area when they are affected by a fire or natural disaster.