Talkin' Pets News

2/25/17

Host - Jon Patch

Co-Host - Maria Ryan - DogGone Positive

Producer - Lexi Lapp

Network Producer - Quin McCarthy

Executive Producer - Bob Page

Guests - Author Amy Sutherland, Rescuing Penny Jane, will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 2/25/17 at 5pm EST to discuss and give away her new book

Sasha and Hermes Need Your Help!
We need your help!
These two angels, only 6 months old, were going to be put to sleep on March 25, 2016. LBWF jumped in last minute and rescued the siblings from death row!  
They were given all their puppy shots at the shelter and were in great health! The shelter is six hours away from LBWF, so the puppies had to go to boarding for three days and wait for transport to us.  

We received an alarming phone call, Thursday morning (March 31) stating the male puppy, Hermes, was vomiting and drooling. LBWF feared the worst and we had him rushed to the animal hospital and sadly, he was diagnosed with Parvo. 

Parvo is highly contagious and, as such, his sister Sasha has now tested positive as well. These two sweethearts are fighting for their lives. Please make a much needed donation so we can continue round the clock medical care.

Follow their progress on YouCaring or on our Facebook page!

With deep gratitude,
Linda Blair
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See below for a video of the pups at rescue. They are super sweet, adorable, and full of life. We  must do what we can to save them. Thank you so much for your continued support!
 
 
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Universal Pictures and Legendary Pictures present an R rated, 119 minute, Drama. Fantasy, Horror, directed by Guillermo del Toro, written by del Toro and Matthew Robbins with a theater release date of October 16, 2015.

 

MIAMI, FL - (August 18, 2015) -  The Zoological Wildlife Foundation (ZWF Miami) announces the arrival of two Asian small-clawed otter siblings. A nearly sixteen-week-old female was named Kappa and her twin sibling, Kawauso, arrived at the South Florida based zoo and conservation facility this past weekend. "We feel so happy to have these two sibling otters join our family of more than 150 wildlife species," said ZWF Miami Founder Mario Tabraue. "We hope these new pups will be the first of many for us." Asian small-clawed otters are vulnerable to extinction in their native Indonesia, southern China, southern India, the Philippines and Southeast Asia. They are known as the smallest yet the most social otter species in the world.  At ZWF Miami, Kappa and Kawaso will reside in a temperature-controlled glass enclosure featuring lush landscape as well as a waterfall and a watering hole. The playful otters will be available for up close and personal encounters with visitors of the facility for a limited time.
 
Located south of Miami on five breathtaking acres of land, ZWF Miami is home to everything from domestic animals, leopards, big cats, primates, large predatory birds and mammals to dozens of exotic species, most of which are available for interactive encounters with the public. Open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., ZWF Miami offers visitors tours of its facility by appointment only. For more information or to book a tour at ZWF Miami, visit
 
 
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Kappa and Kawauso, sixteen-day-old Asian small-clawed otter siblings
 
About the Zoological Wildlife Foundation:
The Zoological Wildlife Foundation (ZWF Miami) is an organization accredited by the Zoological Association of America as a zoo, preservation and conservation facility that is dedicated to educating the public about rare and endangered animal species in captivity and in the wild. Located south of Miami on five breathtaking acres of land, ZWF Miami is home to everything from domestic animals, leopards, big cats primates, large predatory birds and mammals to dozens of exotic species, most of which are available for interactive encounters with the public. ZWF Miami has a sister facility that is a private reserve where confiscated and unwanted exotics reside, the Wildlife Conservation and Education, which breeds endangered species in captivity, helps injured animals and rescues animals from being terminated or from being raised to be hunted.
 

The Weinstein Company and Jean Doumanian Productions present a 121 minute, R rated, drama, comedy, directed by John Wells and screenplay by Tracy Letts with a theater release date of December 25, 2013.

DreamWorks, Reliance Entertainment and Kurtzman Orci Paper Products present a PG-13, approximately 120 minute, drama, directed by Alex Kurtzman, written by Alex Kurtzman, Jody Lambet and Roberto Orci with a theatre release date of June 29, 2012.