Open casting call, authors, pet bloggers, rescuers and more. Guests wanted, for Everett and Everett present, Pets Teach Us So Much Radio

Lookie Lou is the little dog who lives in the TPPCtv!

Lookie Lou wants you!

Are you an author or pet blogger?  Do you rescue pets?  Does your pet have an unusual talent or great trick?  Did your pet save your life?  Did you invent an interesting pet product?

Pets Teach Us So Much Radio wants to hear about it! Send us your story idea and contact information and you might be the next guest on our show.

Email your information to  Be sure to include your website, video, pictures etc. and your contact information.

Woofy Woo and Thanks so much!


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38 thoughts on “Open casting call, authors, pet bloggers, rescuers and more. Guests wanted, for Everett and Everett present, Pets Teach Us So Much Radio

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  2. Hello: I have a blog with free dog training and care tips on wordpress. I also have a main site. What should I blog about? The radio show?

  3. Hi! I am the founder and president of Fetching Communications, a marketing company dedicated exclusively to the pet and veterinary marketplace. I’m also a pet lifestyle columnist for and the Tampa Tribune.

    I’d be happy to be a guest when you see a good fit for me!

    Kristen Levine

  4. Hello! Came across your site via Doggies and Stuff blog. Pretty cool! Been listening to some of your podcasts, so enjoyable!
    I am an author/photographer/photojournalist and Hu-Mom with my daughter to five Siberian Huskies. My blog is about the Siberian Husky breed and all things canine (and occasionaly other pets, too!) Come visit us at for a Husky fix and some interesting articles, fun photos, videos, and links. Thanks and keep up the great work!

    And don’t forget – February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Have you brushed your pet’s teeth today? Check out this blog post at:

    Have a great day!

  5. My cat Tripper is trained as an agility cat. I believe he is the planet’s largest agility cat. At 22 lbs. he outweighs most agility cats by about 16 lbs. He walks the ramp, goes through a tunnel, does jumps and weave poles, and jumps on a pause box (where he has to sit/stay until commanded to continue). Next on the list of tricks I want to teach him is walking the teeter totter.

    Tripper is formerly feral. As a kitten, he came out of the regional park our house backs up to to forage for food. It took a couple of years, but now he’s not only socialized, but very well trained and extremely affectionate and social.

    Here’s a video of Tripper in action:
    Karen Nichols´s last blog post ..Concatulations, Skeezix!

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  7. I don’t know if you guys would be into this, but my company, Adams Urns, offers pet memorials, like cremation urns, cremation jewelry, scattering tubes, and the like. Would love to educate your guests on the different options available out there today for people looking to memorialize their pets, there are so many different things you can do, it’s really overwhelming…Thanks, Adam

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