TPR News
Saturday, August 1, the 213th day of 2015. There are 152 days left in the year.Crew
Jon Patch - Host
Dr. Jarred - Vet/CoHost
Zach Budin - Network Producer
Devon Thompson - Producer
Bob Page - Executive Producer
Special Guests - Caitlin Quinn, Assistant Director of Animal Farm Foundation will join Jon and Talkin' Pets at 5 PM EST 8/01/15 to discuss the truth about the majority of "Pit Bull" dog owners
Adrian Pettyan, Caru CEO and co-founder will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 8/1/15 at 630 PM EST to discuss and give away their Soft "N Tasty Caru Treats

TPR News
Saturday, July 25, the 206th day of 2015. There are 159 days left in the year.Crew
Jon Patch - Host
Lexi Lapp - Producer
Zach Budin - Network Producer
Bob Page - Executive Producer
Special Guests:
Let the Celebration Begin - The Annual Party and Fundraiser for Matilda is about to begin at The Algonquin Hotel In NYC - Long time friend Alice De Almeida will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 7/25/15 at 5 PM EST to discuss the event
John Davidson from BioFog Inc. creators of SCOE10X will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 7/25/15 at 630 PM EST to discuss and give away his pet odor eliminator

Why SCOE 10X Works

To fully understand why SCOE 10X works so well to eliminate malodor, it is beneficial to have some understanding of the science of odor.  The following few paragraphs give an abreviated scientific look at what malodor is and how SCOE 10X combats and eliminates it.

There are THREE DISTINCT ODOR COMPONENTS that make up biological odor:Odor Component One: A biological excretion or decomposition; such as urine, feces, vomit, sweat, skunk spray, meat, fish, cigarette smoke, etc. Odor Component Two: Odor producing bacteria; feeding on the biological excretion, produce lots and lots of odor molecules. Odor Component Three: Odor molecules; what your nose actually identifies as odor, are produced by odor causing bacteria feeding on biological excretion.  

All three odor components must be eliminated by an odor elimination product to permanently eliminate a biological odor.  If these three components are not eliminated, the odor will remain or naturally return.

How SCOE 10X Works

SCOE 10X is unlike and very different from all the other so-called odor eliminators.  SCOE 10X is a beneficial probiotic odor eliminator. What this means is, SCOE 10X, using probiotics, simultaneously preforms the three necessary odor eliminating functions to ensure permanent elimination of all the components of biological odor:Odor Component One: Biological excretion; SCOE 10X digests, or in other words, attacks, destroys and eliminates the biological excretion. Odor Component Two: Odor producing bacteriadue to SCOE 10X eliminating the biological excretion, the natural result is the odor causing bacteria, now with-out food, starve to death. Consequently, no more odor molecules are produced.Odor Component Three: Odor molecules; Using advanced odor elimination technology, SCOE 10X immediately captures and destroys all odor molecules that are present.Simply put, SCOE 10X eliminates the bacterial food source (the odor causing bacteria die) and destroys the odor molecules (the odor is eliminated), thereby permanently eliminating the biological odor.How many so called "odor elimination" products have you already tried where the odor returns? Here's malodor reality: If the odor eliminator product doesn't eliminate all three odor components or doesn't come in direct contact with the biological excretion, the malodor will naturally return.

The Algonquin Hotel Times Square Announces Matilda’s

Annual Celebration Party and Fundraiser on August 5, 2015

Hotel’s legendary feline is celebrated and NYPD’s Animal Cruelty Investigation Squad

is honored at hotel’s annual event


NEW YORK, NY – (July 7, 2015) - Every year The Algonquin Hotel honors its most famous resident, Matilda III, The Algonquin Cat, with a celebration. This year the event will be held on Wednesday, August 5,from 5:00PM – 7:30PM in the hotel’s iconic lobby. The Algonquin will honor members of NYPD’s Animal Cruelty Investigation Squad and the event will feature a cat fashion show by Ada Nieves: “A Feline Salute to NYC’s First Responders.” Ada Nieves is a certified animal fashion designer by the Fashion Institute of Technology of New York City. She will stage the show in the hotel’s Oak Room and the fashions will feature costumes inspired by the city’s Police and Fire Departments.

Guests attending will be required to make a $30 donation for entrance. 100% of the proceeds will benefit the Mayor’s Alliance for New York City’s Animals. The Mayor’s Alliance will have an on-site mobile adoption unit parked in front of the hotel from 3:00PM – 7:00PM. The $30 donation allows all guests access to the fashion show and includes a reception with special hors d’oeuvres. Additional funds will be raised throughout the evening with raffle prizes, including a variety of pet products. The grand prize is a custom-designed cat tree house, created by Pet Tree Houses. (It’s truly the cat’s meow.)

Reservations to the event are required as space is limited. Please contact Alice De Almeida at (212) 419-9197 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

About The Algonquin Cat:

For many years the history of The Algonquin Cat was believed to have its origins in the 1930’s, when a stray cat came wandering into the hotel for food and water.  After the hotel acquired an out-of-print book written by the hotel’s first general manager, Frank Case, a chapter was discovered about a cat named Billy. Based on the timeline of the book, the hotel is now proud to say the lineage of The Algonquin Cat dates back to the early 1920's. Two days after Billy passed, a stray cat wandered into the hotel and The Algonquin welcomed Rusty. The famous classical actor, John Barrymore, was a resident at the time in the early 1930's and Rusty was renamed Hamlet in his honor. Hamlet is said to have been Barrymore's greatest stage role. The hotel has had a total of 11 cats, including Billy. The lineage includes seven Hamlets and three Matildas. Each cat that has reigned at The Algonquin has been a rescue. In 1980, author Hilary Knight immortalized The Algonquin Cat with his cartoons for a children’s book on which he collaborated with Val Schaffer. The current Matilda began her residence in December 2010.Today, Matilda is looked after by the hotel’s Chief Cat Officer, Alice De Almeida. The hotel’s executive chef cooks her special meals on holidays. She receives fan mail and gifts constantly, from around the world, including Japan, Australia and Russia. Matilda can be found on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. She can also be reached via e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



TPR News
Saturday, June 27, the 178th day of 2015.
There are 187 days left in the year.Coming up: July is National Lost Pet Prevention MonthCREW
Jon Patch - Host
Karen Vance - Co Host
Zach Budin - Network Producer
Bob Page - Executive Producer
Special Guests:
Caryl Wolff author of Puppy Socialization will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 6/27/15 at 5 PM EST to discuss and give away her new book
Yvonne Kal creator of Come Clean, pop culture soaps, will join Jon and Talkin' Pets at 630 PM EST on 6/27/15 to discuss and give away her pet soap line

I created Come Clean because of my love for beauty products was conflicting with my journey towards wellness. Was it possible to have something beautiful, effective and free of harsh chemicals? Yes! Check out “Come Clean” – pop culture soap, a beauty essential with attitude. These whimsical bath soaps pay homage to the most important pillars in pop culture today – New York, fashion, pets, music and media. Through research and experimentation, I have formulated a moisturizing glycerin bar that is safe for both humans and dogs. Come Clean Soap is safe to use as a hand or body soap for people and also a 'shampoo' bar for pets. 

The ingredients are all made in the USA. 

My Inspiration: 

I love my dog and like all dog owners, there is always a product you wish existed.  Being the owner of a short hair white dog for the past 9 years has taught me a lot! White dogs, like all other dogs, get dirty and require baths. If your dog is lucky enough to share your car, sofa, bed and home – my very special All Natural Dirty Dog Shampoo Bar will change your life! It is created with drops of 100% pure essential oils to naturally repel fleas and ticks, provide relaxing aromatherapy, blended with human grade moisturizing gentle glycerin soap – hand poured with love.  

Bath time should be fun, stress free and quick. A 10-15 minute bonding spa session is what every dog deserves. The first experience I can remember about picking a puppy and making him 'mine' was the very first bath. 

Wash your dog regularly with this soap to keep their coat clean and skin healthy and dandruff free. The coconut oil helps decrease seasonal shedding as well.

Keep away from eyes.

Some of the soaps feature the American Pit Bull Terrier, Bull Terrier, American Bull Dog, English Bull Dog, Doberman, Rottweiler, Pug, Chihuahua, Mix Breeds and more!  – these are the most common abandoned and rescued dogs in shelters across United States and Canada who bring immeasurable love to their new families.

Adopt a dog and save a life (and don't forget to wash him/her) <3 ! 

xoxo Yvonne & my dog Jacob 

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Doggie Manners Publishing
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Brilliant(!) New Book on Puppy Socialization Written by Caryl Wolff  
The buzzword today in dog training is Puppy Socialization – acquainting puppies to the “real world” before they are 16 weeks old through positive associations.  Puppy owners have previously been told to wait until puppy shots were completed before taking them outside – which is equivalent to keeping a child housebound until he is 12 years old!  Veterinary behaviorists now emphasize that the more positive exposure a puppy has before vaccines are completed, the more balanced and behaviorally fit the puppy will ultimately be as an adult dog – that first 16 weeks is critical.
With contributions from top dog experts, this book is endorsed by trainers, owners, and veterinarians, this book gives tips to breeders, owners, and rescue groups on how to socialize puppies safely and effectively.
“Puppy Socialization – An Insider’s Guide to Dog Behavioral Fitness”
 Dispels many untruths and myths about socialization  Bases its recommendations on scientific evidence  Offers hundreds of tips and suggestions for breeders, owners/guardians, rescue groups, and trainers on how to properly socialize puppies
“I wrote this book,” says Wolff, “so more dogs will be behaviorally fit and have good doggie manners as adults so that fewer dogs will be relinquished to shelters for behavior issues, many of which would never even appear if they had been properly socialized as puppies.”
About the Author 
Author and dog trainer/behavior consultant Caryl Wolff is the first dog trainer to be certified by five dog trainer organizations.  She has written seven books about dog training and behavior.  She lives in Los Angeles with her two adopted dogs and a 42-year-old blue-and-gold macaw, which she has had since he was a fledgling – she confirms that he is her longest relationship….  
1719 Federal Avenue, Suite 6 Los Angeles, California 90025 Amazon Kindle Link        Amazon Paperback Link  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

New campaign and online video encourage the public to support stronger federal animal fighting sentencing guidelines

To view the ASPCA’s video, please visit: []

NEW YORK— Following today’s commendable decision by the U.S. Sentencing Commission (USSC) to consider revising the federal sentencing guidelines for animal fighting, the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) is launching a campaign -- including a compelling new video -- urging the public to actively support stronger sentencing guidelines.

The current sentencing guidelines do not reflect the maximum penalty allowed under federal law, which can discourage federal prosecutors from pursuing animal fighting charges that may only yield a sentence as paltry as six months in jail.

“The current guidelines for dog fighting are woefully inadequate, and don’t come close to matching the heightened seriousness with which Congress, law enforcement, and the public view this barbaric activity,” said Matt Bershadker, ASPCA President & CEO. “By proposing to amend the animal fighting guidelines, the U.S. Sentencing Commission moves us one step closer to giving judges the tools they need to punish these criminals more appropriately, as well as to deter potential criminals.”

In 2008, Congress acknowledged the depravity of dog fighting by increasing the maximum penalty for participating in animal fighting from 3 to 5 years. They again strengthened animal fighting statutes a few years later when they made attending an animal fight a federal offense and added additional penalties for bringing a child. However, federal sentencing guidelines have not been updated to include these increased penalties, creating a discrepancy between what is allowed under federal law and what is expressed in sentencing guidelines. As a result, convicted dog fighters are receiving unacceptably weak sentences.

To help raise awareness about the need for stronger sentences, the ASPCA has released a video as part of their #GetTough campaign to crack down on animal fighting. Featuring interviews with the public, the video reveals the surprise and disappointment of average Americans once they become aware of the terrible disparity between horrific animal crimes and their inadequate penalties.

“This video clearly illustrates the strong public sentiment that dog fighting is a vicious blood sport that should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” said Nancy Perry, senior vice president of ASPCA Government Relations. “Congress already spoke up on behalf of animals when they strengthened the federal laws on animal fighting, and we hope the U.S. Sentencing Commission will follow their lead.”

Dog fighting is a felony in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Although illegal everywhere in the U.S., dog fighting still occurs in every part of the country and in every type of community.  For more information on the ASPCA’s #GetTough campaign and their work to end dog fighting, please visit

About the ASPCA® Founded in 1866, the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®) is the first animal welfare organization in North America and serves as the nation’s leading voice for animals. More than two million supporters strong, the ASPCA’s mission is to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States. As a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, the ASPCA is a national leader in the areas of anti-cruelty, community outreach and animal health services. For more information, please visit, and be sure to follow the ASPCA on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


--On June 27, Animal Planet, the ASPCA® and PAWS Chicago Present a Free Festival Hosted by Eugene Mirman and Featuring Stars from Animal Planet’s PIT BULLS AND PAROLEES, MY CAT FROM HELL, TREETOP CAT RESCUE, DOGS 101, Lil BUB, Manny the Frenchie and Music from JC Brooks and Uptown Sound and The Suffers--

--Register for WOOFSTOCK Today at AnimalPlanetWoofstock.comand Use Hashtag #WoofstockAPL--

--Bring Your Furry Friends and Help Set the Guinness World Record for Largest Gathering of Adopted Pets--


(Silver Spring, MD)-It’s widely known that Clap Your Hands Say Yeah is one of the most renowned and influential independent bands of the last decade, however, it’s less known that they love animals as much as they love music.  That’s why they are headlining the first ever WOOFSTOCK: ROAD TO PUPPY BOWL in Chicago on June 27.  WOOFSTOCK: ROAD TO PUPPY BOWL is a free festival hosted by Eugene Mirman (Bob’s Burgers) at the Stadium Green at Soldier Field from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM and is open to the general public - and their dogs.

Individuals with rescued dogs are encouraged to being their furry friends, as we attempt to break the Guinness World Record for “largest gathering of adopted pets,” at 2:30 PM. For specific rules and guidelines for the World Record attempt and to register for WOOFSTOCK please visit WOOFSTOCK is presented with special support from AT&T U-verse®, which carries Animal Planet on Channel 252 in SD/1252 in HD, as well as PAWS Chicago, the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®), Lagunitas Brewing Company, and DogVacay.

The main stage hosted by Mirman offers a full day of entertainment featuring Animal Planet stars; including MY CAT FROM HELL’s Jackson Galaxy, PIT BULLS AND PAROLEES’ Mariah, Kanani and Moe, Shaun Sears and Tom Otto from TREETOP CAT RESCUE; as well as some other spectacular bands, including JC Brooks and Uptown Sound and The Suffers.  The day also offers additional surprises and animal attractions; including pet advice from Andrea Arden of DOGS 101, a Puppy Bowl reenactment, and special appearances by internet sensations Lil BUB and Manny the Frenchie.

Beyond the stage, WOOFSTOCK features an array of attractions, including “The Beer Sanctuary” presented by Lagunitas.  A collection of Chicago’s finest food trucks also will be onsite to delight a diverse array of pallets and appetites.  Four legged guests will have a ball with doggie obstacle courses, pet swag bags, and booths from PAWS Chicago, the ASPCA, and DogVacay.  Your dog also will have the photo op of a lifetime at the replica PUPPY BOWL field.

Throughout the event, homeless pets will take center stage, as PAWS Chicago hosts on-site adoptions featuring more than 40 dogs and puppies waiting to find their rock star families.  The WOOFSTOCK celebration continues throughout the weekend at PAWS Chicago’s Lincoln Park and North Shore Adoption Centers, where Animal Planet will cover adoption fees for special “Rock Star” dogs and cats.   Check the PAWS Chicago website for details.

WOOFSTOCK is the culmination of a successful 17-city ROAD TO PUPPY BOWL tour that found forever homes for more than one thousand animals from Baltimore to San Francisco. So, mark your calendars today, as Animal Planet, the ASPCA® and PAWS Chicago will bring together thousands Chicagoans, dog owners and pet lovers for an unforgettable event!

For updates leading into WOOFSTOCK visit and And, follow @AnimalPlanet on Instagram and Twitter for all #WoofstockAPL information. 

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