Mike Neil is the President and founder of The Washington State Chaplain Foundation, a network of Statewide Police Chaplains serving the Washington State Patrol and the Department of Fish and Wildlife that respond to any tragedy when called to provide care, comfort and counseling.
After experiencing the intense connection between handler and working dog, Chaplain Mike Neil questioned whether dogs have souls/dogs go to heaven. They must, he felt.
Today I talk with Mike about his well-researched thoughts on the matter, that come from his strong religious beliefs.
Learn more about Mike Neil at www.mdneil.com
Kim Sill has it goin’ on in California with her organization D Cups Saving Teacups. She’s actually gotten some of the area pet stores to start working with shelters, rather than sourcing their dogs from puppy mills… YUCK! Puppy mills keep their breeding dogs in horrible conditions and also tend to breed dogs with genetic and health problems. Bad news.
Listen to my informative and inspiring interview with Kim Sill and enjoy being educated and entertained!
Great conversation with Rico Yingling and Alice Pfaff of Pure Ayre Odor Eliminator. This stuff is great! Works well and is totally safe for you two and four legged family members! And it works.
Informative and important interview with Susan Thixton, founder of www.truthaboutpetfood.com and author of “Buyer Beware”.
Knowledge is power and with a tricky industry like pet food, it’s so important that you are informed in your choices for feeding your dog (and cat!)
Julie Forbes is giving a talk on October 23rd at Natural Pet Pantry in Kirkland!
“The Art of Non-Verbal Communication with Your Dog” – Thursday October 23rd at 7pm.
This talk is free, but please RSVP to reserve your spot! Learn how to effectively communicate with your dog, speaking your dog’s language – using your body, not your words.
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 425-739-4738
On today’s show, I share my experience coaching people, mostly women, over the last twelve years in how to effectively communicate with their dogs using their bodies and “non-verbal communication”.
A lot comes up within this context, because asking a woman to be more assertive or to have bigger energy and take up more space, isn’t something to take for granted, given our history and cultural conditioning.
Could learning how to communicate like a dog give women access to freedom and healing?
Listen to today’s show and let me know what you think. email@example.com