Pets Teach Us So Much Radio 170, with Robbin and Joseph Everett

Photographer Mary Hone joins us to talk about animal photography and wild horse rescue. Plus we have so much mayhem and fun.  Play TRUE or POO with the Crew!

So much animal related entertainment.

Pets Teach Us So Much Radio 168 with Robbin and Joseph Everett


Robbin and Joseph Everett, the Queen and King of all pet related media bring you another fun and exciting episode featuring the specialized German Shepard Rescue of Southwest Florida – Erik and Diane Hoffer share interesting stories and information about their rescue group.

Plus of course, we have pet news and information from around the world!

Pets Teach Us So Much Radio 167 with Robbin and Joseph Everett

Be The Puppy!

Be The Puppy!

Robbin and Joseph Everett, the most popular pet podcasters and radio personalities on the pet loving planet bring you a fun filled episode for the holidays!

Its the most wonderful time of the year! Gift suggestions for all of your pet loving friends are featured in this episode.

Plus our usual fun and mayhem is always on tap!

Thanks for your continued support.

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Pets Teach Us So Much Radio 162 with Robbin and Joseph Everett

Michael Hingson

Michael Hingson

The #1 pet radio show and #1 pet podcast featuring the King and Queen of all pet radio, Robbin and Joseph Everett, bring you a interesting and emotional show.

Today on our show, New York Times Best Selling Author and Motivational Speaker, Michael Hingson discusses his epic escape from the Twin Towers on 9/11 with his guide dog, Roselle.  He also discussing his books, “Running with Roselle” and “Thunder Dog”.

Nancy Hassel

Nancy Hassel

Also, Nancy Hassel, President and Founder of American Pet Professionals discusses how to identify pet products made in America.

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Pets Teach Us So Much 149 with Robbin and Joseph Everett

It’s time for the most popular pet podcast and animal related radio show to fill your day with puppy kisses and kitty head bonks! You know we are not a boring cat podcast or dreary dog podcast.  Robbin and Joseph Everett will bring a spicy meatball of an animal radio show like none you have ever heard! Woot, Woot!


Rescued Kees finding new homes

Rescued Kees finding new homes

Dee Winfield joins us to talk about the Keeshond community’s fight to Free The Kees in upstate NY.  Tune in Thursday, December 11, 2014 at 6:00 PM EST to learn more about this riveting and disturbing case.

More about their cause: The Fight for Justice

In October 2013, Keeshond rescuers in the U.S. were contacted by John, a volunteer, in Binghamton, New York. John indicated he was working with a long-time dog breeder, Marjorie Ingraham, who wanted to retire from breeding and needed help to place her dogs. Mrs. Ingraham was a high volume breeder of Keeshonden and other breeds for nearly 40 years. At the time, she had over 100 Keeshonden in need of rehoming.

The Keeshond community stepped up to the task. After Mrs. Ingraham signed a release form to Suncoast Keeshond Rescue, we went to work for all of the dogs at Marjorie’s Kennel. We provided funding for transportation, veterinary care, supplies, and whatever was necessary for 60 Keeshonden that Mrs. Ingram released between November 2013 and March 2014. In March 2014, Mrs. Ingraham stopped releasing the dogs.

We tried for months to get Mrs. Ingraham to honor her commitment and her signed release. We asked her to honor her word, retire from breeding and release the Keeshonden to us as she had promised. Our efforts fell on hardened ears. Mrs. Ingraham has again begun to breed Keeshonden. She is now adamantly opposed to releasing or even selling any of the more than 40 adult Keeshonden still suffering at her kennel. However, she is breeding and selling puppies.

On July 8, 2014, our efforts, which had been limited to our worldwide Keeshond community, became public for everyone, everywhere to know. We began with a campaign geared toward the leaders of New York state government, asking them to enforce their own laws. We are writing letters, mailing them, emailing them, faxing them. We are making phone calls. We are tweeting. We are utilizing social media and traditional media. We have called on people everywhere, throughout the world, to help us, to sign our petition to Governor Andrew Cuomo, of New York, to hear the cries of the Keeshonden still imprisoned at the puppy mill known as Marjorie’s Kennel.

We have contacted news organizations, written articles, conducted interviews. We have contacted others in the state of New York who are working to eliminate puppy mills, helping to formulate legislation, trying to make a difference in the lives of animals in New York. We are seeking help from all media sources to make the public aware of the plight of our Kees stranded in Marjorie’s Kennel.

We have asked for historical information from the New York Department of Agriculture regarding their kennel inspections. Since we know the dogs that have come from Marjorie’s Kennel, we have many questions regarding how this kennel remains in business, operating under New York laws, and still remains in compliance, or barely outside compliance. The Department of Agriculture has only provided minimal information regarding inspections, and no visual documentation of the condition of the kennels at the time of inspections.

We have learned through this past year that people have purposefully been untruthful to us, have diverted questions, have said what they felt we wanted to hear, in order to get us to cooperate with the plans that they have had, which is to keep Marjorie’s Kennel in business. That has not been and never will be our desire. Our goal, our mission, from the very first day has been to rescue all of the dogs at Marjorie’s Kennel, and to ensure that no others have to suffer as generations of dogs have suffered at Marjorie’s Kennel since 1975.

Dee Wingfield

Dee Wingfield is a mother of two adult sons, grandmother of 3 grandsons, a print production designer, and a Lover of Keeshond dogs. Dee has been involved with Keeshonden since 1995, and has participated in Keeshond rescue since 1998. She is a member of the Keeshond Club of America and currently is president of a small Keeshond rescue group based in Florida, Suncoast Keeshond Rescue, Inc. Dee has been one of the leaders in the mission to shut down a high profile Keeshond puppy mill in Harpursville, NY, Marjorie’s Kennel.


Links to some of the publications and information sources: (begins on p. 102)

Pets Teach Us So Much 142 with Robbin and Joseph Everett

So much to talk about tonight including a HAUNTED Animal Sanctuary! Ohhh yeah! Kelly Corless from Antler Ridge Rescue joins us to talk about EVP’s and a psychic’s  experience while on the Rescue grounds.


Plus, we talk about made in the USA Natural Pet Product Expo, with Dana Humphrey and Nancy Hassel.

Dana Humphrey, President of Whitegate PR, Michelle Malasky, Editor in Chief, Pet Age Magazine and Nancy Hassel, President, Long Island Pet Professionals.

Dana Humphrey, President of Whitegate PR, Michelle Malasky, Editor in Chief, Pet Age Magazine and Nancy Hassel, President, Long Island Pet Professionals.

Join us at 6:00 PM ET, October 2 live on or listen/download via, iTunes, Stitcher or our blog affiliates.