The #1 rated pet podcast and #1 rated pet radio show is rocking the air waves…or computer waves. Your favorite King and Queen of all pet related media bring you a powerful show today.
We have a really interesting episode featuring activist,Tami Cho Zussman,discussing the Korean dog meat trade…it’s not easy to hear the statistics. The point is to be informed and help-it’s real and its horrifying.
Joseph and Robbin Everett, hosts of Pets Teach Us So Much Radio and Podcast
Pets Teach Us So Much Radio and Pets Teach Us So Much Podcast is ready to kick off a fabulous new start in October! Join the most popular pet podcast and radio show on the planet as we rev up the jet engines for take off from our new TPPC.tv headquarters in the Sunshine State!
Our show will be available here, iTunes, Stitcher and BlogTalkRadio, as it has been in the past. The good news is we are adding some terrestrial outlets as well. Our first terrestrial station broadcast will be on WKDW Radio, 97.5 FM, North Port, Florida with a simulcast on the internet and archived. The show is set to air on Saturdays from 12-1 in the afternoon.
Joseph Everett, co-founder of Pets Teach Us So Much Radio stated, “We are so happy to be bringing you BIGGER, BETTER, FUN FILLED, ACTION PACKED episodes!” His co-founder, co-host and partner, Robbin Everett exclaimed, “You know I try to keep Chief Rhino out of trouble, but with the exciting guests scheduled for this season, well, there is no telling what is going to happen.”
We are currently lining up guests and we welcome your pitch! If you are an author, blogger, have a new pet product, rescue group that wants to get the word out about what you do, or have an interesting story to tell contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Follow us on your favorite social media outlets @TPPCtv for the latest updates.
We have a really big show Thursday, July 31 at 6:00PM with 3 of the biggest and brightest stars in the PETMOSPHERE!
Jackson Galaxy, host of Animal Planet’s, My Cat From Hell,Seth Casteel New York Times Best Selling Author of Underwater Dogs and Jorge Bendersky, celebrity pet groomer are all joining us to talk about the One Picture Saves a Life Project.
Join us live here. Or catch us on the down load on our site, Stitcher or iTunes.
Seth Casteel and his dog Nala
Jorge Bendersky and Tito, AKA Chachala’s favorite boy toy
One Picture Saves a Life and Cats R Cool Presents a Public Workshop at North Shore Animal League America in Port Washington, NY on August 3, 2014
New York, NY – July 9, 2014 – One Picture Saves a Life and Cats R Cool are on tour and all pet lovers are invited for some furry fun! On Sunday, August 3, 2014, the North Shore Animal League America in Port Washington, NY will host the next event for these two wonderful organizations.This free workshop will have a general morning session beginning at 10am where attendees will hear from three special speakers, followed by in-depth breakout sessions. Learn more at: http://onepicturesaves.com/register/.
More information about our guests:
A cat behaviorist by day and rock ‘n’ roller by night, Jackson Galaxy, host of Animal Planet’s My Cat From Hell, challenges the traditional cat lover persona with his tattoo clad arms and guitar case filled with cat toys. With over 15 years of experience working with animals, Jackson has dedicated his career to promoting a compassionate world for all animals and is working towards his ultimate goal of instilling a “no-kill” policy in shelters throughout the country.
In My Cat from Hell, currently in its 5th season, Jackson goes from home to home, helping individuals whose “out of control” cats are turning their lives and homes upside down. Jackson’s community can also tune in to his Youtube channel every Monday to see his new online series, Cat Mojo with Jackson Galaxy (www.youtube.com/jacksongalaxy). Jackson knew long ago that he had a deep understanding of animal behavior and a gift for enlightening people on how to identify with their pet’s actions. With his repertoire of holistic remedies and techniques like the “Cat I Love You,” Jackson can connect with even the most out of control feline and help strengthen the bond between pet and owner. To connect with Jackson, check out his website–www.JacksonGalaxy.com,
Seth Casteel is an award-winning photographer and New York Times best-selling author. His series of Underwater Dogs photographs have been seen by hundreds of millions of people around the world and have become one of the most famous series of images in the past decade.
In 2007, Seth began volunteering to photograph homeless pets to help them find loving families. These improved, positive photos showcased unique personalities, resulting in countless adoptions.
Since then, Seth has developed a career as a Lifestyle Pet Photographer, accepting commissions and commercial assignments, collaborating with dozens of publishers and exhibiting his artwork in galleries around the world. His work has been published in National Geographic, The New York Times and in hundreds of other magazines, newspapers and calendars. You may have also seen him on Good Morning America, EXTRA, Jeopardy!, The Insider, Inside Edition and even Duck Dynasty! He has traveled the world in pursuit of his passion, working with animals on five continents.
Seth lives and works in Los Angeles. He loves ’80s music and is a fan of the DeLorean automobile. His dog, Nala, has accepted the fact that she will be photographed every single day.
Jorge Bendersky is a celebrity dog groomer in New York City and the Author of the best-selling book: DIY Dog Grooming, From Puppy Cuts to Best in Show, Everything you Need to Know. He grooms Manhattan area dogs and consults on dog grooming and is huge supporter of animal welfare and rescue. He has been a finalist in the Animal Planet show Groomer Has It, a judge on TLC’s Extreme Poodles, and an expert on Animal Planet’s Dogs 101. He has also appeared on The Today Show, ABC Nightline, CW11, and E! News, and in the New York Post, the New York Daily News, the Chicago Tribune, and more. He is a proud member of the One Picture Saves a Life team and you can learn more here: http://www.planetjorge.com/
As you may have heard on the last episode, 132, Robbin will be going in for surgery on June 13…yes, Friday the 13th. We have decided to cancel our broadcasts for June 12 and June 19 to allow time for prep and healing. We think that should be ample time, but we will keep you in the loop.
Check our blog for the latest news, updates and lots of great posts from all of the fabulous authors contributing to Pets Teach Us So Much.
Did someone say March comes in like a Lion and out like a Lamb? Well we are still up to our elbows in Lions here in NJ…hope the weather is better where you are!
Thursday’s show is going to be a doozie! We have Author Ed Gellock joining us to talk about his book, What’s Your Name? Life as a Rock ‘n Roll Dog.
Ed Gellock, Author
Plus we will have all of our usual MAYHEM AND MADNESS!!! WOOT, WOOT! Join us March 6 at 6:00 PM EST live on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/tppctv and available for download on our site, iTunes and Stitcher.
Find out more about Ed Gellock:
Book sales to support Animal Charities ~ Get your copy and Help Us Help Our 4-Legged Frynds
I will be donating all of my author proceeds from the 1st 1000 books sold to Animal Charities to help those animals that were unfortunately abused.
Robbin and Joseph Everett, hosts of Pets Teach us So Much, are also known as The Love Genies. They give real world advice to people with pets to help them live a happy life. This was the discussion in Episode 114. To listen to the episode, to hear the whole sha-bang.
Seems fine, right?
The idea of romance or an unrealistic expectation of an event or relationship leads people to make stupid choices and could lead to a lifetime of regret.
So, get real pet peeps!
Ugh! Come on! Why are some of you so unhappy? Step back,, it’s time for a reality check!
Are you making impulsive decisions? And then you find yourself unhappy after the decision? Whether it’s adopting another pet or deciding to date someone that isn’t really the person you want to go out with. Take stock in what you are doing and why you are doing it.
Take a breath and make a list of why or why not you should or shouldn’t do something. It seems simple, but when you stop and reflect, the pause may help you bring things into focus.
How many times do you see friends buy things they can’t afford, or go out with the bad boy of bad news or book a vacation that maxes out their credit card?
Keeping the compulsion in check and goals in mind are key in keeping yourself out of hot water in life. Not to say that you shouldn’t have fun or let loose but what is your end goal?
Do you have a 1 year, a five year and a 10 year goal list? Do you have an action plan to meet those goals? And do you have a bucket list?
Whether it’s finding a forever partner or perfect pet, landing a great job or purchasing that something special, everything takes planning. Waking towards your goals will help keep you looking forward and keep your spirits up.
TPPC.tv broadcasts the Pets Teach Us So Much radio show.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Pet Podcast Channel Broadcasts 100th Episode
OCEAN GROVE, New Jersey, (July 15, 2013) – The Pet Podcast Channel, (TPPC.tv) will broadcast their 100th episode on July 18th, 2013. The hit radio show focuses on pet related topics and is hosted by the dynamic duo, Robbin and Joseph Everett. The Everetts started the show as a web-based television show and branched out to find an additional voice with radio.
Joseph Everett stated, “Our content helps people, animals, charities and keeps people laughing! We couldn’t be more thrilled with the record breaking success of the show.”
Wife and co-host Robbin added, “We have the best fans in the world too! We all share our love of animals while broadcasting a real, gritty, paws-to-the wall show.”
The show broadcasts live on Thursdays at 6:00 PM EST and is accessible through the Internet on Blog Talk Radio, (blogtalkradio.com/tppctv). The show is recorded and available for podcast through iTunes, Stitcher or accessible anytime on TPPC.tv.
TPPC.tv’s Pets Teach Us So Much Radio Show is a weekly broadcast and blog 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.
Journey vs. destination (Photo: brandonsteiner.com)
What is now will not be forever.
As we chat in the coffee rooms of our workplaces in America, we find generally, people say things like, “ I haven’t hit the lottery yet or I certainly wouldn’t be here”. No one really ever seems to be happy until Friday. Then the weekend passes way to quick and we are back at work with the Monday blues.
So, this is all very temporary. These things that surround us. The only thing that is certain is change. The boss you don’t like will leave or his boss will leave and the new guy will fire him. Your best friend will move either closer or farther away. Your car will get fixed. Everything is in a constant state of change.
Sometimes we get fixated on the end game. What is the big goal? We ask ourselves questions like, why can’t I be rich? Why can’t I find a better job? Why can’t I afford the house I want?
Why do we always ask why? Sometimes we don’t understand. It’s hard to understand what the plan is for us. Whatever it is, we need to accept what the plan. It is a fantastic journey…