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On Todays Show: We talk to a pit mix with body pain, a cat about why she only drinks out of the faucet, and special Guest Sharone Rosen. Sharon is a chiropractor that works on animals. Her website is: Sharonerosen.com/dogsncats.html. We talk with a German Shepherd puppy who threw up blood. Taisha the white cat tells her dad to stretch and walk more, and we end with Bunny Bean’s words of wisdom.
We talk to George about what it is like to get adjusted.
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On this weeks Radio: show our special guest is Martine Colette of Wildlife Waystation Wildlifewaystation.org and their 15 year old rescue Bengal Tiger Drifter. He had some pretty special things to say about Martine and the Wildlife Waystation. Also on the show we had a puppy that needs to learn come, a big tortoise shell cat complains about cat hair in her water bowl, Kira the Dalmatian / boxer mix teaches us about patience and a cat wants his developmentally disabled human to read.
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Wildlife Waystation’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, relocate and provide sanctuary to wildlife and exotic animals from around the world. To educate the public about the global plight of wildlife, especially near cities. website: wildlifewaystation.org
14831 Little Tujunga Canyon Rd.
Angeles Nat’l. Forest, CA 91342
You can help Wildlife Waystation by texting “WILDLIFE” to 20222 to donate just $10 right away (must say for legal purposes Terms & Conditions: www.mobilegiving.org)
Also please “like” them on Facebook at “Wildlife Waystation Official Fan Page”