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From CDC provided the usual telegraphing as doctor shook it will look small emphasize in just a moment the trump administration will continue to be aggressively transparent as the outbreak and our response evolves we'll continue keeping the American people and the media apprised of the situation as well as what everyone can do to prepare in the meantime I'll continue to work closely with president trump in the president's task force on our preparations to keep America this bat is preparedness now it's gone talk about the warrior dog foundation because my kids come along hello my good morning great to have you good morning here thanks for having me it is it is great to have you on because my friend Kelly is told me that warrior dog foundation takes care of the animals of taking care of our troops and our military families for years would you tell people what warrior dog foundation has I'd be happy to serve the sensually what we do is act because first and foremost as a sanctuary for really any dog that's work in any capacity whether it's military police customs border patrol federal law enforcement you name it and they're in a situation where you know for whatever reason whether its temperament injury handler complications that they can't take care of the dog and its retirement or or whenever it gets simply washed out of training or or their program so to avoid use innovation we step down and take these dogs and then do an initial evaluation then act as again as that sanctuary and rehabilitation component to be able to either adopt these dogs out to you know competent individuals qualified to take them or register to continue to to take them and let them live out their golden years and and dignity and grace the way that they deserve now there are more your dog's contract working dog law enforcement dogs they're all dogs that have served the public sometimes at great risk to themselves and they either get injured they get old or they can have PTSD right that's correct you know sometimes we get dogs that are you know three four years old because they've got you know combination of PTSD or or just you know certain training issues exposure to the different elements that make them act a certain way or they simply become a bigger liabilities and they are an asset and so you know we work with them in a in a host of different capacities between eating raw food and and different ability Asian programs working with them in certain capacities to kinda unwind them let them be a dog and then I ideally get them out and then you know get into civilian individual that can take him so it's the full search process in your seo years my Cortland did you work with dogs in the in the teens not in the team as I was getting out soft tissue to be a handler I got out instead started my own dog company and came back as as the trainer for the the west coast seal team canine program well it's a terrific thing because I think one of the things one of my sponsors on abound copied as a support military families with their profits and I I I consider these animals to be part of the extended military family it's obvious you do as well well they absolutely are eliminated they go with us everywhere they fight with those that die with us and alternately they you know they save countless lives on the battlefield so they they're they're integrated into our everyday lives as professional soldiers just as much as as any human being well that Webb says warrior dog foundation dot org how many animals have you got right now Mike right now we have twenty five dogs on site and in the last ten years we've retired over a hundred and seventy of them so it's a the one thing that I think surprise a lot of people do is that is that there is no federal funding grants or anything like that it comes from the government's it's all privately funded through just generous folks out there or charity trusting that nature so you know we're we're always in need of the gracious support of the American people what a lot of people have heart for animals that that manifests itself in donations warrior dog foundation dot org is a specialized group and and as you tell people about it does it might people what do you do see that I didn't know about until Kelly told me about it it does mean it's one of the things that that really transcends politics and and you know a lot of the divisive things at that time the separate us in our society today you know American troops and animals are are typically one that most people can get behind and when you combine those two it's it's kind of a no brainer in terms of you know these dogs just need our help you know and and it's it's amazing to see how many people get behind them and and really really support.