Animal New and Old Media Show, Pets Teach Us So Much, 91, How to Find Love

Make sure your pets are ready for Spring!

Make sure your pets are ready for Spring!

Join us Thursday at our new time-6:00 PM to 7:00 PM EST!

The Love Genies will be talking about how you can find the love you always wanted and deserve!

Scheduled Guests:

Cheri Smith, DVM

Cheri Smith, DVM

We will be talking with Dr. Cheri Smith from Whippany Veterinary Hospital about getting our pets in good health for Spring.

Carol Bryant

Carol Bryant

Plus we have blogger, Carol Bryant from Fidose of Reality.com checking in to give us the scoop on the Wigglebutt Wedding Fundraising Event.

In addition, we have all of the latest pet news and information from all over the world!  Join us live on May 2nd, at our new time- 6:00 PM EST on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/tppctv, download us on iTunes or listen via the blog player on our site.

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Cosmo grows a 'Belly Tail"

Cosmo grows a ‘Belly Tail”

 

We love Angie!

Angie Bailey is a Minnesota writer, cat fancier, word game junkie, creative-project dabbler, music lover, food enthusiast, wife, and mother to two humans and three cats. She is also the co-creator, co-writer, and performer in a sketch comedy web series called 82 South St. http://www.82southst.com/She spends most of her days enjoying her family, scribbling for her cat humor blog,Catladyland, playing Scrabble, laughing at her cats’ shenanigans, and finding the silliness in most everything.

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Cosmo is thinking inside the big box

Cosmo is thinking inside the big box

We love Angie!

Angie Bailey is a Minnesota writer, cat fancier, word game junkie, creative-project dabbler, music lover, food enthusiast, wife, and mother to two humans and three cats. She is also the co-creator, co-writer, and performer in a sketch comedy web series called 82 South St. http://www.82southst.com/She spends most of her days enjoying her family, scribbling for her cat humor blog,Catladyland, playing Scrabble, laughing at her cats’ shenanigans, and finding the silliness in most everything.

The Monmouth County SPCA Fur Ball honoring Dylan Lauren was a huge success

We were so excited to attend the Monmouth County  SPCA Fur Ball last Saturday night at iPlay America in Freehold, NJ.  Wow! What a gigantic place.  For those of you with kids…you might want to put this one on the list. It is a destination for sure.

The night was action packed…

 

Music was provided by Brian Kirk and the Jirks

 

Brian Kirk and The Jirks

Brian Kirk and The Jirks

There were tons of items donated for auction.  Hopefully they raised over $100,000.  

Dylan's Candy Bar

Dylan’s Candy Bar


Dylan’s Candy Bar provided treats and swag for the swag-bag.

Dylan's SATO dog turned model for Ralph Lauren, was more interested in where his tennis ball was

Dylan’s SATO dog turned model for Ralph Lauren, was more interested in where his tennis ball was then posing.

Townsquare Media  along with Dylan Lauren and her family were honored.   There were wonderful videos shown of the honorees, as well as a video about the good work the MCSPCA does.

Best of all, we met and interviewed Dylan Lauren!  We met Paul Arrouet, her husband and we played with Jersey, the formerly SATO dog now living the high life in a NYC Penthouse.  Now that’s one lucky dog.

Tune in Thursday night, April 25th to hear our interview or download anytime via iTunes.

 

 

Pets Teach Us So Much Radio Show changes air time to accommodate cyber terrorists

You may have read that our radio show and blog were pretty much high-jacked last week.  Cyber terrorists have left their mark with both WordPress and BlogTalkRadio users.

A bug in the works

A bug in the works

We emailed BTR to make them aware of the technical issues we were facing last week.  Listed below is part of the reply we received:

You should’ve received an email from our CEO, Alan Levy (ummm…no we didn’t receive anything), explaining that we have been under attack by hackers carrying out DDOS attacks. Unfortunately, DDOS attacks on prominent websites, banks, and government institutions have become quite common. In recent weeks and months, sites such as Amazon, Facebook, and the Washington Post, among others, were hit by DDOS attacks, resulting in temporary outages. What that basically means is that a hacker uses a robot to simulate hundreds of thousands of people per robot. Then, they take several hundreds or thousands of robots, and have each of them simulate all that traffic, and then they aim it all at one site. Unfortunately, this is not a one time occurrence. These “hackers” have been causing these attacks on Wed. nights for a while, but hit us full force the last few days.

We are working to combat this by beefing up our security and standing vigil with our servers – but the truth is we cannot control what these people are doing. We believe we are getting close to the end of this attack, and hope that you’ll stand by us and understand that it is as miserable for us as it is for you when we have to disappoint any of our hosts.

Today, so far, everything has been quiet, We are truly hoping it stays that way!
If you try scheduling your show outside the 7-9 time slot, you should be okay!

So, in other words, the kinks are not out of the system yet.  These “hackers” are cyber terrorists.  Obviously, disrupting business and communication is what they are doing.  This is a national issue that we need to devote national resources to in order to stop them and bring them to justice.

CLIMBING OFF SOAPBOX NOW.

OK, we will see you on Thursdays now from 6-7 PM EST.

 

Terrorists taught us to KEEP ON SWIMMING

This week was so horrific for Boston, Texas, basically all Americans and cyberspace in general.

First-Our hearts and prayers go out to all of the families and friends of those who have been impacted.  The events that occurred this week are just horrible.

Kudos to all of the law enforcement, fire, EMS, state and federal agencies that helped find and bring down the Boston Marathon bombers.  Thank you for your service to this country.

God Bless America (Photo: Liveloveteachart.com)

God Bless America  (Photo: Liveloveteachart.com)

On another note, we wanted to bring you up to speed on terrorism of another kind that has knocked us down this week…but not out.

We wanted to post so many things on our site this week, but we couldn’t.  Cyber terrorists took control of WordPress blogs through an Autobot attack.  Then, the DDOS virus attacked BlogTalkRadio which messed up not one, but two shows we tried to record.

So we KEEP ON SWIMMING:

Next week, we will be bringing you an interview with Dylan Lauren that we are going to record tonight at the Monmouth County SPCA Fur Ball.

Thanks to chat room am-BASS-ador, “JDrew”-Drew Craven, Karen Nichols at Mousebreath.com, Lisa Taron at PetBookLady.com, Carol Bryant at Fidoseofreality.com and Angie Bailey at CatLadyLand.net for your support this week. You all were incredible supportive and we really appreciate it.  Thanks for all of your calls, posts, tweets, meows and woofs.  You are all so wonderful and so much a part of our pet loving living room, especially on Thursday nights!

God Bless America and Stay Strong pet lovers!

Animal Internet Radio Show, Pets Teach Us So Much, 90, Dylan Lauren, entrepreneur and animal advocate

Dylan Lauren

Dylan Lauren

OK, we are ready to air this interview which we recorded April 20 at the MCSPCA Fur Ball!

Animal radio show, Pets Teach Us So Much, 90, Dylan Lauren, entrepreneur and animal advocate

This week we bring you another fascinating episode of Pets Teach Us So Much Radio.  This is the radio show and podcast you have made the global choice in pet related new media entertainment. Thank you fans!

Scheduled Guests:

Dylan Lauren, daughter of famous fashion designer Ralph Lauren and owner of Dylan’s Candy Bar joins us to talk pets!  Dylan Lauren, her husband, Paul Arrouet and their dog Jersey will be this year’s honorees at the Monmouth County SPCA’s Fur Ball. This is a celebrity interview you will not want to miss!

Plus, Barbara Techel, Author, talks about her new book, Through Frankie’s Eyes.

Through Frankie's Eyes

Through Frankie’s Eyes

In addition, we have all of the latest pet news and information from all over the world!  Join us live on April 25, at our new time- 6:00 PM EST on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/tppctv, download us on iTunes or listen via the blog player on our site.

Pet Radio Show, Pets Teach Us So Much, Discusses Celebrating Small Triumphs

Pet radio show, Pets Teach Us So Much features a Love Genies segment every week aimed at helping people live the life they love with their pets.  Episode 89 discusses the benefits of Celebrating Small Triumphs…listen to the episode for the full discussion.  Here is a synopsis of what Robbin and Joseph Everett, The Love Genies, discussed-

 

Celebrate small triumphs

Celebrate small triumphs

Celebrate Small Triumphs

Chachala, our Chihuahua, loves to help us.  If we drop something on the floor, she brings it back to us.  Philomena, our Miniature Pinscher is learning to do this as well.  If Joe gives Cha or Phil something and tells them to bring it to me, they will.  We always give them lots of praise when they complete the task.

You may be saying, “No big deal”.  However, celebrating their accomplishments makes them feel so proud.  They prance and parade around the room, wagging their tails and tossing their toys into the air.

Which leads us to our Love Genies thought for the day, the importance of celebrating our own small triumphs.

Dealing with all that we have to deal with during the day, can leave us feeling drained.  Sometimes the mass of tasks that we need to accomplish just seems overwhelming! Work, kids, pets, wash, cleaning, food shopping, house maintenance, car maintenance, pet maintenance and our own body maintenance leave us little time to actually do the things we truly love to do.

Whether it’s taking the dog for a long walk or spending time crafting, watching sports or hanging out with friends, these things that give us pleasure take a back seat to the thing we need to get done every week, like go food shopping.

Cell phones and emails, although so fantastic in so many ways, have quickened to pace of everyday life.  This pace is draining and we need to find a way to recharge our minds, bodies and souls.

We often find ourselves focusing on the 100 things we need to do instead of the 1 thing we did.  Celebrating the small triumphs in life is so underrated.  Remember when we were kids?  We used to be so proud when we learned to tie our shoe or complete our ABC’s?

What happened to that feeling of wonder, awe and pride?  Was it replaced by that feeling of “Reality bites and I’m not doing what I love because I have to pay the bills and honestly, I don’t even know what I love to do anymore?”

Here is one way to help you refocus and rebalance your life.

Make a list of your weekly to dos and your big list of other stuff you need to get done.  Once you figure out what you need to get done on a weekly basis and when, add in time that is “Me Time” (MT).  Schedule your fun time during the time you are at your best.  For example, if you are a morning person, schedule your MT at the time you are most awake.  Warning! Make sure you do not need to be bionic to accomplish what is on your list.  Keep your list realistic and doable.

During those stressful times at work, take a moment to think about the craft project you are going to work on this weekend or the special trip you are going to take with your pet.  This mental break helps give you the motivation you need to get all of the mundane stuff out of the way so you will have the time you want this weekend to pursue your MT.

Mentally celebrate the fact that you did the wash on Monday night and went food-shopping Tuesday as planned.  It may sound silly, but when you work toward a goal, you are just motivating yourself and enjoying life.

Life is so short.  Planning realistic goals, celebrating small triumphs and making MT will keep your spirits up and help keep you from burning out.

 

Dylan Lauren, daughter of designer Ralph Lauren and animal advocate to appear on Pets Teach Us So Much Radio

PRESS RELEASE

 

Dylan Lauren with her mom, Ricky and dad, designer Ralph Lauren (photo:patrickmullin.com)

Dylan Lauren with her mom, Ricky and dad, designer Ralph Lauren (photo:patrickmullin.com)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Dylan Lauren, Entrepreneur and Animal Advocate, to appear on Pets Teach Us So Much Radio.

OCEAN GROVE, New Jersey, (April 11, 2013) – Dylan Lauren, daughter of famous fashion designer Ralph Lauren and CEO of Dylan’s Candy Bar, is scheduled to appear on Pets Teach Us So Much Radio to support the Monmouth County SPCA’s Fur Ball fundraiser.

Ms. Lauren is an animal advocate and supports animal adoption.  This year, Dylan Lauren, her husband Paul Arrouet and their dog Jersey will be honored at the Fur Ball, April 22.  Jersey was adopted from the Monmouth County SPCA.

Robbin Everett and Joseph Everett, hosts and creators of TPPC.tv’s Pets Teach Us So Much Radio Show and Blog are thrilled to be supporting the Fur Ball as media sponsors.  Joseph Everett stated, “It’s wonderful to see the pet loving community coming together to support the SPCA and we are looking forward to having Dylan on the show”.

The interview is scheduled for April 18, 6:30 PM EST.  The show broadcasts live and is accessible through the Internet on Blog Talk Radio, (blogtalkradio.com/tppctv).  The show is recorded and available for podcast through iTunes or accessible anytime on TPPC.tv.

TPPC.tv’s Pets Teach Us So Much Radio Show is a weekly broadcast for pet lovers hosted by Robbin and Joseph Everett.  The Everetts are Animal Advocates, Pet Lifestyle Experts and Pet Trendologist bringing pet related news and information to animal lovers all over the world through this globally syndicated show.  TPPC.tv is the global choice in pet related new media entertainment.  To find out more, please visit, www.TPPC.tv.

Contact:

 

Media Relations

info@tppc.tv

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MOL! Aloofa Sponge

MOL! Aloofa Sponge

We love Angie!

Angie Bailey is a Minnesota writer, cat fancier, word game junkie, creative-project dabbler, music lover, food enthusiast, wife, and mother to two humans and three cats. She is also the co-creator, co-writer, and performer in a sketch comedy web series called 82 South St. http://www.82southst.com/She spends most of her days enjoying her family, scribbling for her cat humor blog,Catladyland, playing Scrabble, laughing at her cats’ shenanigans, and finding the silliness in most everything.