Aya Eintracht writes for her own blog, called PettingTruck. Her posts focus on her family of cats and dogs. She tends to prefer white long-haired cats and black Newfoundland dogs, which you can witness in the many photos she shares. Aya Eintracht grew up in Chernovitz, part of the former Soviet Union Russia, now better known as Ukraine. Aya and her family currently live in the United States.
Archive | January, 2016
Approximately twenty-six times a year, or every other week, Greg and one hired driver take a seven-day journey from Ohio to Southern states like Texas and Louisiana to fill up a tractor trailer with up to seventy dogs.
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In 2014, Pen Farthing was named CNN Hero of the Year for his work saving dogs lives in Afghanistan, and placing them in loving homes in Afghanistan and around the world.
Irith Bloom, of The Sophisticated Dog, is a positive reinforcement trainer of dogs and other animals and pets.
When you listen you are supporting Animal Rescue and the Pawprint Podcast. A simple listen is all it takes! In just one week, here’s a list of the twenty-four countries around Continue Reading →
Dr. Sarah Boston is a veterinary surgical oncologist at the University of Florida. That’s a cancer surgeon for animals. She’s also the author of Lucky Dog, a non-fiction book where she discusses some of her cancer patients and her own experience as a cancer survivor.
Dr. Sarah Boston shares so much of her story, from her work as a cancer surgeon, to her own journey with thyroid cancer, and her own personal Continue Reading →
Elena Bicker, Executive Director of Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation, ARF, discusses twenty-five years of creating a world-class animal rescue facility and community. They have been rescuing thousands of cats and dogs for years, and along the way have developed a wide range of programs related to rescue, foster, advocacy, education, and community awareness.
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Christine Kavanagh, Director of Sales for Aloft Downtown Asheville, North Carolina, discusses her hotel’s dog foster program.
Aloft Hotel in Downtown Asheville has very pet-friendly policies, and since Summer 2014, they started a dog foster program in their hotel lobby. This is truly out-of-the-box thinking. Listen to Christine Kavanagh to find out just how successful the program has been, over fifty adoptions and counting!! Continue Reading →