The Commentary will promote ethical veganism and creative, non-violent vegan education as the primary forms of activism to move toward the abolition of animal use.
ARZone exists to help educate vegans and non-vegans alike about the obligations human beings have toward all other animals. By providing a space for a variety of blog posts, forum discussions, notes, videos and more, ARZone fosters a sense of community among its members. Through live online chats as well as through recorded audio podcasts with a diversity of people who work both within and outside of the animal advocacy community, ARZone supports respectful and rational discourse and intelligent dialogue about the most pressing issues facing us today.
Weekly mp3 podcasts hosted by Dr. David B. Miller at The University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, U.S.A. These are weekly discussions of animal behavior with Honors students enrolled in Dr. Miller's Animal Behavior course.
Podcast covering Anthrozoology, the science of human-animal interactions
Mondays at 6:00PM EST The theme song for Animal Instinct is "Never Comin' Home" by The Raunch Hands Want a pet? Got one already? Celia Kutcher can help you with that, she's the host and creator of Animal Instinct. Every Monday, Celia will be interviewing an expert in the animal world about a variety of subjects. From basic pet care to how animals work with humans, Animal Instinct is a fun, educational program to help your pets live a better, healthier life through diet, alternative remedies, exercise and appropriate habitat. Celia is thrilled to be bringing alternative pet health care to the radio, it's a little show with a whole lot of information. Check out her website at Foodhealer.com. Celia Kutcher is a graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She is a Holistic Health Counselor certified by both the American Association of Drugless Practitioners and Columbia University's Teacher College. She is also a certified Bach Flower Remedy Animal Practitioner and the founder and principal writer for Foodhealer dot com. Celia spent 4 years in a holistic vet's office where she worked as the in-house nutritionist and EMT. Celia grew up in New York with lots of different pets, from a friendly gerbil to a headstrong pony. She has been interested in nutrition and alternative remedies since she was a child and while growing up, learned from some of the best about alternative pet care. Retaining information from past generations, Celia uses these tried and true methods to help pets live a better life.
Remember Tweety Bird’s trademark phrase "I thought I saw a puddy cat"? Surprised people repeat those words everyday, except the cat, dog, hamster or even horse they catch out of the corner of their eyes has passed on. Do animal ghosts really exist, or are they products of a wishful imagination? Join the world of Paranormal Pets. Each week we’ll discuss all aspects of weird or spiritual animal encounters: ghosts, totems, psychic animals, animal souls, animal angels, animals in religion, with little cryptozoology thrown in. (Have you seen Bigfoot lately?) Paranormal Pets... on Pet Life Radio.
Talkin' Pets is a radio show that offers live, fun-filled discussions about pets and our other friends in the animal kingdom . Host Jon Patch and his expert guests have made this program a fun favorite pet show! Callers from coast to coast learn about their pets, farm animals, pet care products, nutrition, animal behavior and related topics. Many celebrity guests stop by to share their views, experiences and dedication to better treatment of all animals. Jon is joined frequently by expert guests in the veterinary and animal behavioral fields. Breed and medical tips are weekly features as well as updates in animal news. Environmental tips and advice on how to make our environment a safer, more enjoyable place to live. Talkin' Pet's listeners can also sit back and enjoy a discussion with best-selling authors or participate with other celebrity guests to help save our endangered species and depleting rainforests. Listen, laugh and learn about man's best friend with "Talkin' Pets."
Welcome to A Super Smiley Adventure with Megan Blake, The Pet Lifestyle Coach® In living with dogs, cats and horses, one thing I’ve learned is that if we are open to it, animals will lead us on amazing adventures. Whether it’s Super Smiley, my giant mutt, hiking and camping across New England and inspiring an entire Flash Mob Dance Campaign; Tout Suite The Travel Kitty traveling with me to Pet Friendly Resorts; or Starfire, our beautiful Arabian, leading me on inner journeys of self-discovery; my life with animals is always an adventure. Add the "happy chemicals" pets bring and a smiling dog, and voila, our show appeared. On our radio show, we explore travel destinations, inner journeys and any path of pet adventure we can find. Pets lower our blood pressure, lower our heart rates and increase our happy chemicals. We are their leaders, but if we can open to see where they lead us, we will begin our own Super Smiley Adventures.
The signature program of the nonprofit, Advancing the Interests of Animals (AIA), is its weekly, one-hour nationally syndicated radio show, Animals Today. Currently in its seventh continuous year, this show provides a worldwide platform where individuals and organizations concerned about the welfare of animals can present their viewpoints and promote their causes. It is a communication hub where listeners learn about a wide variety of animal welfare issues as well as the actions they can take to help animals locally and around the globe. Hosted by Dr. Lori Kirshner and co-host/producer Dr. Peter Spiegel, Animals Today airs in multiple markets with a potential audience of millions of listeners. Listeners worldwide may enjoy live shows via internet streaming, and past shows are archived on the Animals Today website and YouTube for free access anytime. Shows can also be accessed as podcasts on iTunes, on Spreaker, on Tune in radio, and on i heart radio. Different than other radio programs whose focus is merely on pets, Animals Today delves deeper by also promoting increased respect, compassion and kindness toward animals in the wild and farmed animals. Via analysis and commentary, it provides the latest thinking and news about animal rights with the goal of educating listeners of all ages about the current status of animals in society and how people can treat them more humanely. The show’s hosts conduct interviews on a wide variety of animal-related topics with news items from around the globe. Programs have focused on such diverse subjects as the dangers wind farms pose to eagles, shark conservation efforts and language and communication research in non-human animals. Guests on the show have included celebrities, filmmakers, politicians and government officials, lawyers, authors, scientists, ecologists, food producers, naturalists and activists working in the field. They all share a desire to improve the lives of animals around the world. A few of Animals Today’s noteworthy guests have included Bob Barker, Author Dean Koontz, Actress Tippi Hedren, US Representative Tom Marino, CA Assemblymember Richard Bloom, CT State Representative Fred Camillo, award-winning independent journalist Will Potter, and President, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, Dr. Neal Barnard. Lori and Peter have gone on site to cover The Best Friends National Conference, the FARM animal rights conference, the Born Free USA Primate Sanctuary in Texas, and other events and locations of interest.
Recent Podcasts of RESCUE ME/ANIMAL ADOPTION available online at robinhoodradio.com. You can also find all of our shows in the iTunes Store.
Project Pawsitive is a docu-soap that chronicles the rewarding, yet demanding, journey of four friends from New Hampshire as they construct awesome renovations for the most overwhelmed and under-equipped rescues around. With the help of community volunteers,cages transform into lush suites fit for a king, concrete floors become radiant-heated lounge areas, sparse outdoor play areas are reborn as green oasis’, and barks are calmed by Mozart piped through installed music systems. From dogs and cats to farm animals and reptiles, no rescue is the same after being transformed by the Project Pawsitive team! Yet, bringing these facilities back from the brink is just one aspect. The team also learns the true meaning of life through the hearts and voices of volunteers sharing their own touching stories about why they have dedicated their lives to giving these animals a second chance.