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"animal arts" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

"animal arts" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

13:08 min | 2 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Let's talk pets on pet. Life radio dot com. Welcome back to groomer humor guys. Again. We are your hosts along with my son, Anthony Ray. And as we said upfront today's topic not such a good one guys, you know in current events here. Where facing the problem of dogs getting seriously injured or even death at some of the grooming shops. This is a big problem guys. So we never stop talking about safety. You could check out our grooming videos. You can listen to our past shows if you ever hear the overtone of everything wherever trying to say, we're really trying to drive home the safety issues because again, this industry this business requires that it requires safety, and we've been talking about I've been talking about it for twenty years now, there's just multiple platforms where we could really get it out there. And again things are happening dogs are dying and they're dying. Because of just lack of experience, mainly mainly. That's not the only reason, but mainly and our condolences our heart goes out to the pet owners. I know that there was just most recently. There was Abby the corgi passed away. Unfortunately, you know, she was like the third dog to die at this one shop in New Jersey here. So there's a problem here guys near there were some others. There was SCRUFF -als. There's a couple of attorneys trying to pass some laws now the one of them being SCRUFF -als law. We have a Senator Kip Bateman who is trying to pass. What's called Bijou's law has a dog who passed away couple of years ago and Bijou's law? Let's talk a little bit about that. That's that's where he's trying to pass a law where groomers need to be trained and licensed, which is great. Yeah. I mean, this this is definitely important. Don't you? Agree enemy. We've been talking about this forever. We're we're dog groomers needs to be trained and licensed. So definitely a step in the right direction. They're specifically. Right. But with that being said, though, we went online just recently pulled up some some blogs. There's a great veteran groomer her name is Diane Maureen how she's over here in jersey with us. She works at whiskers. And tails this veteran dog groomer she's been grooming for twenty eight years, and she made a good point. She said, well, what's it gonna be? Are you going to go in take a written test? And then all of a sudden now, you're a dog groomer. I mean, what is that going to do not much in my opinion? Needs to be way more than that. Yeah. Exactly. It needs to be way more than that. And I can tell you right now, unless the lawmakers Senator Kip Bateman unless you start or contacting veteran dog groomers like ourselves, and maybe have already I'm not sure if he has not sure the ins and outs as far as what the senators doing. But I would love to actually want to reach out to him. Maybe we can have him on the show to discuss these matters. Because again veteran dog remers like Diane like, myself, Vivian, and John Nash of Nash academy of animal arts, that's the grooming school. I went to we need to step forward. Because us veteran dog groomers are are the ones that really know what's going on because we know the ins and outs of this business and heart of the problem. Like, I said earlier is just lack of experience where throwing people into this mix into this very very detailed job that have little or. Or no experience. So I mean, what do you think is going to happen? Right. Right. Well, and it's the thing is it's happening everywhere. It's not just here we had Amy Elliott Smith on a couple of weeks ago. She's all the way in the UK. She says it's the same exact thing over there that anybody can just sort of decide one day. I wanna start grooming dogs and cats and just pick up a pair, scissors and begin. There's just no regulation. You know? And then like you said to some of the regulations are a written test. That's really not. That's not enough. You know, it's great. You know? You're breeds great. You know, you know, what size blade to us on the pads. But that's not have to do it physically though, you need to learn and experience it and do it more extensively at least for sure. Right. Exactly. And and not only that you have to have the the know how and the experience which comes over years and years of doing this this stuff doesn't happen overnight. I mean, I'm still learning and I've been grooming for thirty three years. You have to know went to stop as groomers from groomers perspective. You have to know when to say, no to the service, for example, like we talked about in the past with dogs that are older, you know, I'll tell you a quick story. I had a client. This was years ago. This was my old shop, but I had a woman come in whose dog I had been grooming for I would say, maybe eight years, I groomed. Her dog at the tail end of her dog's life. The dog got old very old by the last time she came in. So she came in, and I refused my service because I as a professional dog groomer and someone who has seen this many many times again, this is where experience comes in. I knew for fact that dog just could not go through another grooming. So I said, no, I said, I'm sorry. I can't groom her today because she just doesn't look, right. She can't handle this. She can't go through this process today. Well, long behold, the woman actually got really upset with me and said, listen, she needs a grooming. I waited two weeks for this appointment, I'm going to go. Elsewhere. I literally said I don't suggest that and I really don't think that she should go through another grooming at this juncture in her life. Well, I heard from her about three weeks later, and she left me a message on my phone. It said that she had went to another groomer and three days later the dog passed away in the message. She actually blamed me for not grooming. Her dog. And that's why her dog died. So, you know, think about that? Right. So again, it's just lack of experience because what she did was. She went to a less experienced dog groomer. They put the dog through the process and the dog ended up probably having heart attack dogs have bad hearts. I mean, some breeds worse than other spud so dogs definitely a bit harsh. But that's one of the reasons why you refuse it as a groomer when they get too because they just can't go through it that much their hearts aren't really made for it. Exactly. So it's not just being a dog groomer and giving haircuts. That's not what this is about. This is identifying this is about being able to really look at a dog look at its condition. Dogs can have hip dysplasia dogs can have skin problems ear infections back problems dislocated shoulder's. They could have you know, abscessed teeth that are causing tremendous amounts of Poon to the dog all of these things come with long time experience, you only get to see these things. When you're in the business for say five years ten years twenty eight years like Diane Morio or the Nashes Joey Villani all of the veterans dog groomers out there myself, you only get to see these things when you are in this business for that length of time. And even with that, what do you do with it? What do you do with a lot of businesses and a lot of professions? People will say, oh, you'll never see everything you'll you'll see something new at every juncture in this career. I honestly don't think that dog Romy is like that. This is the kind of business with enough experience where you are going to actually see everything you're going to see everything. But right. You're only going to see everything through experience. Like, you're saying you'll see and like crazy off the walls things we've done we've groomed. A three legged dog before. Now, I've seen everything that freeze that quote, doesn't it does apply to grooming. You will see everything you'll see everything you'll see dogs of all kinds with all kinds of different things. Good and bad, you know, sicknesses or whatever any anything. And but you won't know what's do without all of that experience. You're going to eventually see everything. And then you'll know what to do. But this is if there's any profession that you can't just jump into out of the blue. It's talk, grooming. Too much at stake. There's way too much at stake. These are loved pets. That's right. You know, that's our family members. I you know, it might sound corny. But that's how every single one of our customers views it. That's how I view. It's how you we love. Yeah. Exactly. It's a great point. And and with that being said with such a high demand with something. That's so important. How is anybody and everybody allowed to be a dog groomer? Yeah. With what you just said with us treating our dogs as family members, and they are. How is it that anybody in anybody could be a dog groomer? Yeah. And on top of all of that it's one it's a one hundred percent necessity your dog does need to get rooms even though at one point in its life. It's it is going to get to old where it's unsafe. But it doesn't you know, we're talking about in in the longevity in the big picture. Grooming is one hundred percent necessary. Your dog's nails need to be clipped with your dog needs to be washed and bathed and groomed and taken care of up kept right? And I think it should be treated as any other schooling out there. Okay. We need dog rooms was it should listen. If you go to vet school, if you go to get veterinarian school, not everybody is going to come out of that with a passing grade and go on to be Varian. But yet, but yet with something so similar to what a vet does. Because groomers do very very similar things vets to we treat animals, we treat them for ear infection. We clean out ears. We are treating them for skin problems. Fleas and ticks. But yet anybody and everybody could be a dog groomer. It has to be treated where we've discussed this in our in our last show, where do you have what it takes show? No, not everybody has what it takes. As a matter of fact, very few people are able to really do this and do it correctly. And that's what needs to be addressed. So I in my opinion before any laws are changed were imposed we need to re identify the industry itself. Something has to be done. And again, that's why this has to be discussed. That's why we're going to reach out to people or if you're listening to this show reach out to us. We want to discuss how to better this industry and make it more safe for our pads the right way, the right way, not just bypassing a lot. Because here's here's the other thing too. And again, I'm sympathizing with head owners, especially you guys that have just recently lost your dogs. We're so sorry to hear that it breaks my heart that it happened. And and not to say, listen, injuries, happened deaths do happen. But when they happen when it could have been prevented, it's a whole different story. That's where the problem is. Yeah. That's where it is. So again, it has to be addressed because at the same time as groomers we have to protect ourselves to because who's to say that, you know, a dog's not coming into your shop with a pre existing problem that the owner doesn't even know about. Okay. And here, you are you're you're taking an dog that may have heart disease or a severe back injury that you don't know about and the owner doesn't know about and you bring that dog to the groomer and all of a sudden just by being picked up or anything or just or being lifted to shave the belly or something that dogs back gets thrown out. Is it the groomers fault? Is it the boomers fault that this dog came in with a pre existing condition? Not knowing trying to do his job or her job. And now all. All of a sudden the dog groomer this veteran dog groomers being brought up on criminal charges. There's something wrong with that. So we have to dig much much deeper. And I think that the responsibility wise there has to be better communication between client and dog groomer dog owner and dog groomer. And again, you're not gonna learn any of this some crash course that you take to try to become a dog groomer. No, I think that the industry as a whole needs to we need to hit reset. I think somewhere along the line just the industry's regulations the outlook on the industry from people who don't know as much about it. It's gotten very skewed dog grooming became something. That's just oh, it's fun. It so much fun. It must be so laxed..

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"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:17 min | 2 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Let's talk pets on pet. Life radio dot com. Welcome back to groomer humor guys. Again. We are your hosts the along with my son, Anthony Ray. And as we said upfront today's topic not such a good one guys, you know in current events here. Where facing the problem of dogs getting seriously injured or even death at some of the grooming shops. This is a big problem guys. So we never stop talking about safety. You could check out our grooming videos. You can listen to our past shows if you ever hear the overtone of everything wherever trying to say, we're really trying to drive home the safety issues because again, this industry this business requires that it requires safety, and we've been talking about I've been talking about it for twenty years now, there's just multiple platforms where we could really get it out there. And again things are happening dogs are dying and they're dying. Because of just lack of experience, mainly mainly. That's not the only reason, but mainly and our condolences our heart goes out to the pet owners. I know that there was just most recently. There was Abby the corgi passed away. Unfortunately, you know, it was she was like the third dog to die at this one shop in New Jersey here. So there's a problem here guys near there were some others. There was scruffy. There's a couple of attorneys tried to pass some laws now the one of them being SCRUFF -als law. We have a Senator Kip Bateman who is trying to pass what's called Bijou's laws dog who passed away. A couple of years ago and Bijou's law. Let's talk a little bit about that. That's a that's where he's trying to pass a law where groomers need to be trained and licensed, which is great. I mean this. This is definitely important. Don't you? Agree enemy. We've been talking about this forever. We're we're dog groomers needs to be trained and licensed. So definitely a step in the right direction. They're specifically. Right. But with that being said, though, we went online just recently pulled up some some blogs. There's a great veteran groomer. Her name is Diane Al she's over here in jersey with us. She works at whiskers and tails veteran dog groomer she's been grooming for twenty eight years, and she made a good point. She said, well, what's it gonna be? Are you going to go in take a written test? And then all of a sudden now you're dog rumor, I mean, what is that going to do not much in my opinion? Now it needs to be way more than that. Yeah. Exactly. It needs to be way more than that. And I can tell you right now. The unless the lawmakers Senator Kip Bateman unless you start or contacting veteran dog groomers like ourselves, maybe have already. I'm not sure if he has I'm not sure the ins and outs as far as what the senators doing. But I would love to actually want to reach out to him. Maybe we can have him on the show to discuss these matters. Because again veteran dog groomers like Diane like myself, like Vivian, and John Nash of Nash academy of animal arts, that's the grooming school. I went to we need to step forward. Because us veteran dog groomers are are the ones that really know what's going on because we know the ins and outs of this business and part of the problem. Like, I said earlier is just lack of experience where throwing people into this mix into this very very detailed job that have little or. Or no experience. So I mean, what do you think is going to happen? Right. Right. Well, and it's the thing is is it's happening everywhere. It's not just here we had Amy Elliott Smith on a couple of weeks ago. She's all the way in the UK. She says the same exact thing over there that anybody can just sort of decide one day, I want to start grooming dogs and cats and just pick up a pair of scissors and begin. There's just no regulation. You know? And then like you said to some of the regulations are a written test. That's really not. That's not enough. You know, K great. You know? You're breeds great. You know, you know, what size blade to us on the pads. But that's not you have to do it physically though, you need to learn and experience it and do it more extensively at least for sure. Right. Exactly. And and not only that you have to have the the know how and the experience which comes over years and years of doing this this stuff doesn't happen overnight. I mean, I'm still learning and I've been grooming for thirty three years. You have to know when to stop as groomers from groomers perspective, you have to know when to say, no to the service, for example, like we've talked about in the past with dogs that are older, you know, I'll tell you quick story. I had a client. This was years ago. This was in my old shop, but I had a woman come in whose dog I had been grooming for I would say, maybe eight years, I groomed. Her dog at the tail end of her dog's life. The dog got old very old by the last time she came in. So she came in, and I refused my service because I as a professional dog groomer and someone who has seen this many many times again, this is where experience comes in. I knew for fact that dog just could not go through another grooming. So I said, no, I said, I'm sorry. I can't groom her today because she just doesn't look, right. She can't handle this. She can't go through this process today. Well, lo and behold, the woman actually got really upset with me and said, listen, she needs a grooming. I waited two weeks for this appointment, I'm going to go. Elsewhere. I literally said I don't suggest that and I really don't think that she should go through another grooming at this juncture in her life. Well, I heard from her about three weeks later, and she left me a message on my phone. It said that she had went to another groomer and three days later the dog passed away in the message. She actually blamed me for not grooming. Her dog. And that's why her dog died. So you think about that? Right. So again, it's just lack of experience because what she did was. She went to a less experienced dog groomer. They put the dog through the process and the dog ended up probably having heart attack dogs have bad hearts. I mean, some breeds worse than others. But so dogs definitely a bit harsh. But that's one of the reasons why you refuse it as a groomer when they get to old because they just can't go through it that much their hearts aren't really made for it. Exactly. So it's not just being a dog groomer and giving haircuts. That's not what this is about. This is identifying this is about being able to really look at a dog look at its condition. Dogs can have hip dysplasia dogs can have skin problems there ear infections back problems dislocated shoulders. They could have you know, abscessed teeth you that are causing tremendous amounts of pain to the dog all of these things come with. Long time experience, you only get to see these things when you're in the business for say five years ten years twenty eight years like Diane Morio or the Nashes Joey Villani all of the veteran dog groomers out there myself, you only get to see these things when you are in this business for that length of time. And even with that, what do you do with it? What do you do, you know, how a lot of businesses and a lot of professions? People will say, oh, you'll never see everything you'll you'll see something new at every juncture in this career. I honestly don't think that dog Romy is like that. This is the kind of business with enough experience where you are going to actually see everything you're going to see everything, but we're only going to see everything through experience. Like, you're saying you'll see and like, you know, crazy off the walls things we've done we've groomed. A three legged dog before. Now. Now, I've seen everything that freeze that quote, doesn't it does apply to grooming. You will see everything you'll see everything you'll see dogs of all kinds with all kinds of different things. Good and bad, you know, sicknesses or or whatever any anything, and, but you won't know what to do without all of that experience. You're going to eventually see everything. And then you'll know what to do. But this is if there's any profession that you can't just jump into out of the blue. It's talk, grooming. Much at stake. There's way too much at stake. These are loved pets. That's right. You know, that's our family members. I you know, it might sound corny. But that's how every single one of our customers use it. That's how I view. It's how you we love. Yeah. Exactly. It's a great point. And and with that being said with such a a high demand with something. That's so important. How is anybody and everybody allowed to be a dog groomer? Yeah. With what you just said with us treating our dogs as family members, and they are. How is it that anybody in any everybody could be a dog groomer? Yeah. And on top of all of that. It's one it's a one hundred percent necessity your dog does need to get groomed. That's right. Even though at one point in its life. It's it is going to get to old where it's unsafe. But it doesn't you know, we're talking about in in the longevity in the big picture. Grooming is one hundred percent necessary. Your dog's nails need to be clipped your dog needs to be washed and bathed and groomed and taken care of up kept right? And I think it should be treated as any other schooling out there. Okay. We need dog remains was it should listen. If you go to vet school, if you go to get veterinarian school, not everybody is gonna come out of that with a passing grade and go on to be Varian. But yet, but yet with something so similar to what a vet does. Because groomers do very very similar things that vets to we treat animals. We treat them for affection. We clean out ears. We are treating them for skin problems. Fleas and ticks. But yet anybody and everybody could be a dog groomer. It has to be treated where we've discussed this in our in our last show, where do you have what it takes show? No, not everybody has what it takes. As a matter of fact, very few people are able to really do this and do it correctly. And that's what needs to be addressed. So I in my opinion before any laws are changed or imposed we need to re identify the industry itself. Something has to be done. And again, that's why this has to be discussed. That's why we're going to reach out to people or if you're listening to this show reach out to us. We want to discuss how to better this industry and make it more safe for our pads the right way, the right way, not just by passing a law because here's here's the other thing too. And again, I'm sympathizing with pet owners, especially you guys that have just recently lost your dogs..

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"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"For us on our website, checkless Avakian, volt Chuck and Facebook page, we have a lot of followers on that. If you're interested in the breed Bill free to contact us. And we'll answer any of your questions as I said, we are a brand new breed club. And so we're in the process of learning and educating thank you so much Stacy, hey, guys once again here, we are world dog expo two thousand eighteen sitting here with the legendary Joe waves Alani great old friend of mine, we go back to the National Academy of animal. Art stays Joey. Thank you so much for having us. Thank you. I appreciate having. You know, what it's so good to see you again. That's one thing. I have to say it had to be close to thirty years. I don't even want to go back to the last time that we would get it thirty years ago. But it's funny because you went to the National Academy and at that time, I didn't own it wasn't instructor groomed at the time. And a lot of people. Have you have a legendary class? We did our class was real special because I was like one of two guys in the class. It was all girls and non wrong with that as soon as I walked in. And I talked to you guys. I was like I'm comfortable here. I'm good. There's not much competition. You know? And I remember you walking in how old you Joe. You're a little younger than me though. Right. I'm fifty I'm going to be fifty three and September. So we're the same age then. But I remember us look, no way get out of you, look, listen as Joe said, you have no idea how good it is to see the sky have not seen them in twenty five years. So. So Joe, what are you working on? Currently. Let's talk a little bit about your progress in in the industry a lot's going on. I mean, as you know, I took over Nash academy ninety seven I sold in two thousand eight did some television work animal planet, some radio stuff from currently grooming ambassador Conair, Pat, I'm the CEO Vinci groom, which is as you know, big grooming, professional grooming event. And I'm one of the partners at world expo. We're trying to do something a little bit different. We're trying to do. So it's like a I don't even know why so interactive sporting type show for the general public on steroids. That's the best way. I can explain we've carpeted we've tried to make it a liberal extravagant and a little more family friendly. That's what trying to do, you know, it's a beautiful thing. And again, we've just watched the progress happened over the years, we've watched the industry unfold, Joe, did you ever think for one second that it would turn into what it has? You know, I'm going to be honest with you. I think I did. I mean because I couldn't understand. When I got involved in one thousand nine hundred ninety four was nine years old for John Nash. And he had a grooming song called super dog. And it was funny because we will almost treated as if it wasn't a trade in some of the picked up on right away. And I always wondered if everyone has pets. Nobody was. But once I started, do you realize well all pets need this? I knew it was going to grow. I'll tell you one thing I'm disappointed that hasn't grown as quickly as the professional hair industry. But what I am seeing. And I do like it. And some of the groomers are going to hate me for saying this I like to see some of the regulations that the state now what states are putting in place a wanting to put in place as long as they work with the professionals to develop something that's going to work to keep people's pets safe. And it'll gentleman is our industry and make us, you know, better professionals. Joe I couldn't agree with you more on that as a dog groomer myself over the past thirty four years, thanks to you and John Nash of National Academy. And everybody that worked there at the time. John stats, go. The names. Go on Loretta Voight. Listen, I couldn't agree with you more. Because I think that the industry the professionals like you said really need to be the ones to be contacted as opposed to having this overall government overseeing that doesn't know the industry like guys like you. And I and everyone else Suzanne echo who's been involved in this from day one. We really need to regulate ourselves, first and educate them. Do you agree? What nobody knows it better than we do. I mean, the general public really does not know what goes on behind the scenes, grooming salon, and I always tell everyone you have a dog. See what goes on in the groom is sugar coat. I mean dogs. Listen, I could buy a dog a steak dinner and a bottle of wine that doesn't mean that he's going to he's going to like it at the end of the day. But it's how the groomer handles sometimes the stress of stress level in a salon could be extremely high could be a great day. But what however it is you have to conduct yourself, professionally and the professionals that do are the ones that should be training the public and letting them understand that, you know, your pet is safe. And we know what's best. And I think that that's couldn't say a better with schools like Nash, I remember going there and within the first week. It was all about being sanitary was all about being safe. And we always say, you know, people think that this is easy. Just because you buy yourself a pair of clippers from WalMart doesn't make you a groomer. You know what I'm saying? There's so much more to it. You have to know how to handle dogs, and it's not for everybody. Well, I agree with you there. I mean, I cringe when people want to go out and buy a home grooming kit, clippers and all and not know anything at least if nothing else get on YouTube and watch somebody that goes with it. The problem is is you don't know who you watch on these channels either for the general public, but you know, what grooming schools popping all over the place down the industries lucrative. It's a great career. If you're a pet lover step something to check out we want to get young people involved too. Because it is a great career. I've been doing nothing since I'm nineteen years old. Thanks to you guys. Honestly, I really and you raise the family and have kids and everything on that. Right. That's right. Yeah. It's a great trade. You can make some money, and it's not always easy. I mean, it's a hard work. A lot of times you're doing stuff for nothing. You know? And in the beginning, I was doing my neighbor's dogs for, you know, twenty dollars you shaving him down took me three hours because I did just didn't have the experience yet. So it's a skill that develops over time. Even to this day. I'm still developed still learning. It's a fine line. It takes time to develop it, really. Is. It does again, we're just we're so happy that the industry is at least finally getting the recognition that it deserves through this through you guys. Putting this all together, we really appreciate it. Joe everything you've done. I mean, you've been such a good friend. You've been just a friend to the industry. We really appreciate it guys. Joey Villani give it up for a man. This guy is like my hero without him. Honestly, I wouldn't be grooming today. So I really do all you pay you to say that. Because I love you. And it's really good to see you to a job real quick before we go anybody wants to get in touch with your anything. Where can they find you or Joey at world expo.

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"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"You so much. Basic. Hey, guys, once again here, we are world dog expo two thousand eighteen sitting here with the legendary Joey Villani, great old friend of mine, we go back to the National Academy of animal. Art stays Joey. Thank you so much for having us. Thank you. We appreciate having. You know, what it's so good to see you again. That's one thing. I have to say it had to be close to thirty years. I don't even want to go back to the last time we were together thirty years ago. But it's funny because you went to the National Academy and at that time, I didn't own it wasn't instructor. I think I screamed at the time and a lot of people have your class. It was it was you have a legendary class. We did our class was real special because I was like one of two guys in the class. It was all girls and nothing wrong with that as soon as I walked in. And I talked to you guys. I was like I'm comfortable here. I'm good. There's not much competition. You know? And I remember you walking in how old are you? Joe? You're a little younger than me though. Right. I'm fifty I'm gonna be fifty three and September. So we're the same age then. But I remember, you know, way get of you, look, listen as Joe said, you have no idea how good it is to see the sky have not seen them in twenty five years. So. So Joe, what are you working on? Currently. Let's talk a little bit about your progress in in the industry a lot on on. I mean, as you know, I took over National Academy ninety seven I sold in two thousand eight I did some television work random planet, some radio stop from currently, grooming. Ambassador to the Conair, Pat. I'm the CEO of groom, which is as you know, big grooming, professor grooming event, and I'm one of the partners at world expo. We're trying to do something a little bit different. We're trying to do. So it's like, a it's an interactive sporting type show for the general public on steroids. That's the best way. I can explain we've carpeted we've tried to make it a liberal extravagant and a little more family friendly. That's trying to do, you know, it's a beautiful thing. And again, we just watched the progress happened over the years, we've watched the industry unfold, Joe, did you ever think for one second that it would turn into what it has? You know, I'm going to be honest with you. I think I did. I mean because I couldn't understand. When I got involved in one thousand nine hundred ninety four I was nine years old for John Nash. And he had a grooming song called super dogs. And it was funny because we almost treated as zip. It wasn't a trade in some of the picked up on right away. And I always wondered why everyone has pets. Nobody really knew was. But once I started doing you realize well all pets need this. I knew it was going to grow. I'll tell you one thing I'm disappointed that hasn't grown as quickly as they professional hair. The but what I am seeing. And I do like it. And some of them are going to hate me for saying this I like to see some of the regulations that the state now what states are putting in place a wanting to put in place as long as they work with the professionals to develop something that's going to work to keep people's pets, safe and gentleman is our industry and make us better professionals. Joe I couldn't agree with you more on that as a dog groomer myself over the past thirty four years, thanks to you and John Nash of National Academy. And everybody that worked there at the time. John stats, go the names, go on Loretta. Void. Listen, I couldn't agree with you more. Because I think that the industry the professionals like you said really need to be the ones to be contacted as opposed to having this overall government overseeing that doesn't know the industry like guys like you. And I and everyone else Suzanne echo who's been involved in this from day one. We really need to regulate ourselves, first and educate them. Do you agree? What nobody knows it better than we do. I mean, the general public really does not know what goes on the grooming salon. And I always tell everyone you have a dog. See what goes on in? The groom is sugar. I dogs by a dog, a steak dinner, and a bottle of wine that doesn't mean that he's gonna this gonna like it at the end of the day. But it's how the groomer handles sometimes the stress of the stress level in a salon could be extremely high could be a great day. But what however it is you have to conduct yourself professionally and the professionals that do are the ones that should be training. Public and letting them understand that your pet is safety. And we know what's best. And I think that that's couldn't say a better with schools like Nash, I remember going there and within the first week. It was all about being sanitary. It was all about being safe. And we always say, you know, people think that this is just because you buy yourself a pair clippers from WalMart doesn't make you a groomer. You know what I'm saying? There's so much more to it. You have to know how to handle and it's not for everybody. Well, I agree with you there. I mean, I cringe when people want to go out and buy a home grooming kit. Clippers and all and not know anything at least if nothing else get on YouTube and watch somebody that goes with it during the problem is is you don't know you watch on these channels either for the general public, but you know, what? Grooming scores a pop and all over the place down the industry's lucrative. It's a great career. If you're a pet lover, it's something to check out. We want to get young people involved too. Because it is a great career. I've been doing nothing since I'm nineteen years old. Thanks to you guys. Honestly, I really and you raise the family and have kids and everything on that. Right. That's right. Yeah. It's a great trade. You can make some money, and it's not always easy. I mean, it's a hard work. A lot of times you're doing stuff for nothing. You know? And in the beginning, I was doing my neighbor's dogs for, you know, twenty dollars shaving him down took me three hours because I did just didn't have the experience yet. So it's a skill that develops over time. Even to this day. I'm still develop still learning. It's a fine line. It takes time to develop it, really. Is. It does again, we're just we're so happy that the industry is at least finally getting the recognition that it deserves through this through you guys. Putting this all together, we really appreciate it. Joe everything you've done. I mean, you've been such a good friend. You've been just a friend to the industry. We really appreciate it guys. Joey Villani give it up for a man. This guy is my hero without him. Honestly, I wouldn't be groomed today. So I really do. Oh you. I love you. And it's really good to a job real quick before we go. Anybody wants to get in touch with your name? Where can they find you or Joey at world expo dot dog? There you have it guy. Joey world expo dot dog. There you go, man. Thank you very much. We're gonna take a quick break right now..

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"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

13:08 min | 2 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Let's talk pets on pet. Life radio dot com. Welcome back to groomer humor guys. Again. We are your hosts along with my son, Anthony Ray. And as we said upfront today's topic not such a good one guys, you know in current events here. We're facing the problem of dogs getting seriously injured or even death at some of the grooming shops. This is a big problem guys. So we never stop talking about safety. You could check out our grooming videos. You can listen to our past shows if you ever hear the overtone of everything wherever trying to say, we're really trying to drive home the safety issues because again, this industry this business requires that it requires safety, and we've been talking about I've been talking about it for twenty years now, there's just multiple platforms where we could really get it out there. And again things are happening dogs are dying and they're dying. Because of just lack of experience, mainly mainly. That's not the only reason, but mainly and our condolences our heart goes out to the pet owners. I know that there was just most recently. There was Abby the corgi passed away. Unfortunately, you know, it was she was like the third dog to die at this one shop in New Jersey here. So there's a problem here guys near there were some others. There was scruffy. There's a couple of attorneys tried to pass some laws now the one of them being SCRUFF -als law. We have a Senator Kip Bateman who is trying to pass. What's called Bijou's law has a dog who passed away? A couple of years ago and Bijou's law. Let's talk a little bit about that. That's that's where he's trying to pass a law where groomers need to be trained and licensed, which is great. I mean this. This is definitely important. Don't you? Agree enemy. We've been talking about this forever. We're we're dog groomers needs to be trained and licensed. So definitely a step in the right direction. They're specifically. Right. But with that being said, though, we went online just recently pulled up some some blogs. There's a great veteran groomer her name is Diane Mauri? Al she's over here in jersey with us. She works at whiskers and tails, this is veteran dog groomer, she's been grooming for twenty eight years, and she made a good point. She said, well, what's it gonna be? Are you going to go in take a written test? And then all of a sudden now, you're a dog groomer. I mean, what is that going to do not much in my opinion? No it needs to be way more than that. Yeah. Exactly. It needs to be way more than that. And I can tell you right now in less. The lawmakers Senator Kip Bateman unless you start or contacting veteran dog groomers like ourselves, and maybe have already I'm not sure if he has I'm not sure the ins and outs as far as what the senators doing. But I would love to actually want to reach out to him. Maybe we can have him on the show to discuss these matters. Because again veteran dog groomers like Diane like myself, like Vivian and John Nash of National Academy of animal arts, that's the grooming school. I went to we need to step forward. Because us veteran dog groomers are are the ones that really know what's going on because we know the ins and outs of this business and heart of the problem. Like, I said earlier is just lack of experience where throwing people into this mix into this very very detailed job that have little or. Or no experience. So I mean, what do you think is going to happen? Right. Right. Well, and it's the thing is is it's happening everywhere. It's not just here. You know, we had Amy Elliott Smith on a couple of weeks ago. She's all the way in the UK. She says it's the same exact thing over there that anybody can just sort of decide one day. I wanna start grooming dogs and cats and just pick up a pair, scissors and begin. There's just no regulation. You know? And then like you said to some of the regulations are a written test. That's really not. That's not enough. You know, it's great. You know? You're breeds great. You know, you know, what size blade to us on the pads. But that's not have to do it physically though, you need to learn and experience it and do it more extensively at least for sure. Right. Exactly. And not only that you have to have the the know how and the experience which comes over years and years of doing this this stuff doesn't happen overnight. I mean, I'm still learning and I've been grooming for thirty three years. You have to know when to stop as groomers from groomers perspective, you have to know when to say, no to the service, for example, like we've talked about in the past with dogs that are older I'll tell you a quick story. I had a client. This was years ago. This was in my old shop, but I had a woman come in whose dog I had been grooming for I would say, maybe eight years, I groomed. Her dog at the tail end of her dog's life. The dog got old very old by the last time she came in. So she came in, and I refused my service because I as a professional dog groomer and someone who has seen this many many times again, this is where experienced comes in. I knew for fact that dog just could not go through another grooming. So I said, no, I said, I'm sorry. I can't groom her today because she just doesn't look, right. She can't handle this. She can't go through this process today. Well, lo and behold, the woman actually got really upset with me and said, listen, she needs a grooming. I waited two weeks for this appointment, I'm going to go. Elsewhere. I literally said I don't suggest that and I really don't think that she should go through another grooming at this juncture in her life. Well, I heard from her about three weeks later, and she left me a message on my phone. It said that she had went to another groomer and three days later the dog passed away in the message. She actually blamed me for not grooming. Her dog. And that's why her dog died. So, you know, think about that? Right. So again, it's just lack of experience because what she did was. She went to a less experienced dog groomer. They put the dog through the process and the dog ended up probably having heart attack dogs have bad hearts. I mean, some breeds worse than others. But so dogs definitely a bit harsh. But that's one of the reasons why you refuse it as a groomer when they get to old because they just can't go through it that much their hearts aren't really made for it. Exactly. So it's not just being a dog groomer and giving haircuts. That's not what this is about. This is identifying this is about being able to really look a dog look at its condition. Dogs can have hip dysplasia dogs can have skin problems there ear infections back problems dislocated shoulder's. They could have you know, abscessed teeth that are causing tremendous amounts of pain to the dog all of these things come with. A long time experience, you only get to see these things when you're in the business for say five years ten years twenty eight years like Diane Maureen how or the Nashes Joey Villani all of the veteran dog groomers out there myself, you only get to see these things when you are in this business for that length of time. And even with that, what do you do with it? What do you do you know how and a lot of businesses and a lot of professions? People will say, oh, you'll never see everything you'll you'll see something new at every junction this career. I honestly don't think that dog Romy is like that. This is the kind of business with enough experience where you are going to actually see everything you're going to see everything, but we're only going to see everything through experience. Like, you're saying you'll see and like crazy off the walls things we've done we've groomed. A three legged dog before you know, now. Now, I've seen everything that freeze that quote. Doesn't it does apply to grooming? You will see everything you'll see everything you'll see dogs of all kinds with all kinds of different things. Good and bad, you know, sicknesses or whatever any anything, and, but you won't know what to do without all of that experience. You're going to eventually see everything. And then you'll know what to do. But this is if there's any profession that you can't just jump into out of the blue. It's talk, grooming. Much at stake. There's way too much at stake. These are loved pets. That's right. You know, that's our family members. I I you know, it might sound corny. But that's how every single one of our customers use it. That's how I view. It's how you love. Yeah. Exactly. It's a great point. And and with that being said with such a a high demand with something. That's so important. How is anybody and everybody allowed to be a dog groomer? Yeah. With what you just said with us treating our dogs as family members. And they are how is it that anybody in any everybody could be a dog groomer. Yeah. And on top of all of that it's one it's a one hundred percent necessity your dog does need to get groomed. That's even though at one point in its life. It's going to get to old where it's unsafe. But it doesn't you know, we're talking about in in the longevity in the big picture. Grooming is one hundred percent necessary. Your dog's nails need to be clipped your dog needs to be washed and bathed and groomed. Didn't take care of up kept. Right. And I think it should be treated as any other schooling out there. Okay. We need dog rooms it should listen. If you go to vet school, if you go to veterinarian school, not everybody is going to come out of that with a passing grade and go on to be Varian. But yet, but yet with something so similar to what a vet does. Because groomers do very very similar things vets to we treat animals. We treat them for erection. We clean out ears. We are treating them for skin problems and fleas and ticks. But yet anybody and everybody could be a dog groomer. It has to be treated where we've discussed this in our in our last show, where do you have what it takes show? No, not everybody has what it takes. As a matter of fact, very few people are able to really do this and do it correctly. And that's what needs to be addressed. So I in my opinion before any laws are changed or imposed we need to re identify the industry. It's. Self something has to be done. And again, that's why this has to be discussed. That's why we're going to reach out to people or if you're listening to this show reach out to us. We want to discuss how to better this industry and make it more safe for our pads the right way, the right way, not just by passing a law because here's here's the other thing too. And again, I'm sympathizing with head owners, especially you guys that have just recently lost your dogs. I wear so sorry to hear that it breaks my heart that it happened. Not to say, listen, injuries happen deaths do happen. But when they happen when it could have been prevented, it's a whole different story. That's where the problem is. Yeah. That's where it is. So again, it has to be addressed because at the same time as groomers we have to protect ourselves to because who's to say that, you know, a dog's not coming into your shop with a pre existing problem that the owner doesn't even know about. Okay. And here you are. You're you're taking an a dog that may have heart disease or a severe back injury that you don't know about and the owner doesn't know about and you bring that dog to the groomer and all of a sudden just by being picked up or anything or just or being lifted to shave the belly or something that dogs back gets thrown out. Is it the groomers fault? Is it the groomers fault that this dog came in with a pre existing condition not knowing trying to do his job or her job? And now all of a sudden, you know, the dog groomer this veteran dog groomers being brought up on criminal charges. There's something wrong with that. So we have to dig much much deeper. And I think that responsibility wise, there has to be better communication between client and dog groomer dog owner and dog groomer. And again, you're not gonna learn any of this and some crash course that you take to try to become a dog groomer. No, I think that the industry. As a whole needs to we need to hit reset. I think that somewhere along the line just the industry's regulations the outlook on the industry from people who don't know as much about it. It's gotten very skewed dog grooming became something. That's just it's fun. It so much fun. It must be so laxed..

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"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We're really, trying to, drive home the safety issues because again this industry this business requires that. It requires safety and we've been talking about. It. I've been talking about it for twenty years now there's just multiple. Platforms where, we could really. Get it out there and again things are happening dogs are dying and, they're dying because Because, of just lack. Of experience mainly mainly that's not. The, only reason but mainly and you know our, condolences our. Heart goes out to the pet owners I, know that there was just most, recently there, was Abby the corgi that passed away unfortunately you know I it was she was like the third dog to die at. This one shop in New Jersey, here so there's a problem here guys. Near there were some others there was. Scruffy feels there's a couple of attorneys tried to pass some laws now the one of them being scruffy, law we have a Senator Kip Bateman who is. Trying to, pass what's, called Bijou's law is a dog who passed away a couple of years. Ago and Bijou's law talk a little bit about. That that's a that's where you know he's trying to pass a. Law where, groomers need to. Be trained and licensed which is great I mean this this is definitely important don't you agree enemy we've been talking about this forever we're we're dog groomers. Needs to be trained and licensed so, definitely a step in the, right direction, they're specifically right but with that being said. Though we went online just recently pulled up. Some some blogs there's a great veteran groomer. Her, name is, Diane, Marie Al. She's over here in jersey with us she works at whiskers and tails this veteran dog. Rumors she's been grooming for twenty eight years and she made. A good point she. Said what's it gonna be are you going to go. In, take a written test and then all, of a sudden now you're a dog groomer I mean what is that going. To do not much in my opinion now it needs to be way more than that yeah exactly it needs to. Be way, more than that and I can tell you right now that unless the lawmakers Senator Kip Bateman unless, you start or Contacting veteran dog groomers like ourselves and maybe have already. I'm not sure if he has not. Sure the, ins and outs as far as what. The senators doing, but I would love. To actually want to? Reach out to him maybe we. Can, have him. On the show to discuss these matters. Because again veteran dog remers like Diane like. Myself like Vivian. And John Nash of Natia, kademi of animal arts that's the grooming school I went to. We need to step forward. Because us veteran dog rumors? Are. Are the ones that really know what's. Going on because we know the ins and outs of. This business and part of the problem like I said earlier is just. Lack of, experience where throwing people? Into this mix into this very very detailed job that? Have little or no experience so I mean what do you think is, going to happen right right well? And it's the thing is is it's happening everywhere it's not just here you. Know, we. Had Amy Elliott Smith on a couple of. Weeks ago she's all the way in the UK she says it's the same exact thing over there There..

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"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We're really, trying to, drive home the safety issues because again this industry this business requires that. It requires safety and we've been talking about it. I've been talking about it for twenty years now there's just multiple. Platforms where, we could really. Get it out there and again things are happening dogs are dying and, they're dying because Because of just lack of. Experience, mainly mainly that's not the only reason but, mainly and. Our condolences our heart goes, out to the pet owners I know that. There was, just most recently there was Abby the corgi passed away unfortunately you know it was she was like the third dog to. Die at this one shop in, New Jersey here so there's a problem. Here guys near there were some others there was SCRUFF -als there's a couple of attorneys trying to pass some laws now that one of them being, scruffy law we have a Senator Kip Bateman who. Is trying, to pass, what's called Bijou's law has a dog who passed away a couple of. Years ago and Bijou's law let's talk a little. Bit about that that's a that's where he's trying to pass a. Law where, groomers need to. Be trained and licensed which is great This this, is definitely important don't you agree enemy we've been talking about this forever we're we're dog groomers needs to be trained and licensed so. Definitely a step in the right direction, they're specifically right but with. That being said though we went online just. Recently pulled up some some blogs there's a. Great veteran groomer, her name is Diane. Marie, Al she's, over here. In jersey with us she works at whiskers and tails this is veteran dog groomer she's. Been grooming for twenty eight years and she made a good. Point she said well. What's it gonna be are you going to go in. Take a written test and then all of, a sudden now you're a dog rumor I mean what is that going to. Do not much in my opinion now it needs to be way more than that. Yeah exactly it needs to be way. More than, that and I can tell you right now the unless the lawmakers Senator Kip Bateman unless, you start or Contacting veteran dog groomers like ourselves and. Maybe have already I'm not sure if. He has, I'm not sure the ins and outs. As far as what. The senators doing but. I would love to actually want. To, reach out. To him maybe we can have him. On the show to discuss these matters because. Again veteran dog. Remers like Diane like myself, like Vivian and John Nash of National Academy of animal arts. That's the grooming school I. Went to we need to? Step. Forward because us veteran dog groomers are. Are the ones that really know. What's going on because we. Know the ins and outs of this business and part of the problem. Like I, said, earlier is just lack? Of experience where throwing people into this mix into this? Very very detailed job that have little or no experience so. What do, you think is gonna happen right? Right well and it's the thing is it's happening everywhere it's not just here. You, know. We had Amy Elliott Smith on a couple. Of weeks ago she's all the way in the UK she says it's the same exact thing over There that anybody..

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"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Ever hear the overtone of everything wherever trying to say we're really trying to drive home the safety issues because again this industry this business requires that it requires safety and we've been talking about it i've been talking about it for twenty years now there's just multiple platforms where we could really get it out there and again things are happening dogs are dying and they're dying because because of just lack of experience mainly mainly that's not the only reason but mainly and our condolences our heart goes out to the pet owners i know that there was a most recently there was abby the corgi passed away unfortunately you know who was she was like the third dog to die at this one shop in new jersey here so there's a problem here guys near there were some others there was scruffy there's a couple of attorneys tried to pass some laws now the one of them being scruff als law we have a senator kip bateman who is trying to pass what's called bijou's law has a dog who passed away a couple of years ago and bijou's law let's talk a little bit about that that's a that's where you know he's trying to pass a law where groomers need to be trained and licensed which is great i mean this this is definitely important don't you agree enemy we've been talking about this forever we're we're dog groomers needs to be trained and licensed so definitely a step in the right direction they're specifically right but with that being said though we went online just recently pulled up some some blogs there's a great veteran groomer her name is diane marie al she's over here in jersey with us she works at whiskers and tails veteran dog rumors she's been grooming for twenty eight years and she made a good point she said well what's it gonna be are you going to go in take a written test and then all of a sudden now your dog rumor i mean what is that going to do not much in my opinion needs to be way more than that yeah exactly it needs to be way more than that and i can tell you right now the unless the lawmakers senator kip bateman unless you start or contacting veteran dog groomers like ourselves maybe have already i'm not sure if he has i'm not sure the ins and outs as far as what the senators doing but i would love to actually want to reach out to him maybe we can have him on the show to discuss these matters because again veteran dog remers like diane like myself like vivian and john nash of nash academy of animal arts that's the grooming school i went to we need to step forward because us veteran dog rumors are are the ones that really know what's going on because we know the ins and outs of this business and part of the problem like i said earlier is just lack of experience where throwing people into this mix into this very very detailed job that have little or no experience so i mean what do you think is going to happen right right well and it's the thing is is it's happening everywhere it's not just here we had amy elliott smith on a couple of weeks ago she's all the way in the uk she says the same exact thing over there there that anybody can just sort of decide one day i wanna start grooming dogs and cats and just pick up a pair scissors and begin there's just no regulation back you know and and then like you said to some of the regulations are a written test that's really not that's not enough you know k great you know you're breeds scrape you know you know what size bleed to us on the pads but that's not you have to do it physically though you need to learn and experience it and do it more extensively at least for sure right exactly and and not only that you have to have the the know how and the experience which comes over years and years of doing this this stuff doesn't happen overnight i mean i'm still learning and i've been grooming for thirty three years you have to know when to stop as groomers from groomers perspective you after no when to say no to the service for example like we talked about in the past with dogs that are older you know i'll tell you a quick story i had a client this was years ago.

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"animal arts" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on Doughboys

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"animal arts" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

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"animal arts" Discussed on WGTK

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02:26 min | 3 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on WGTK

"That he considers very passionate about he made a name for himself he's known for his issue all over the world and the hillary clinton needs to do that you never heard allegory wrote an eye something about the election he just move on with his life and little guy wanted an issue that he cares about passionately want an academy award that ought to be the model absolutely agree that ought to be the model speaking of the model mother model anyway uh the treasury secretary is defending his use of the government plane for his honeymoon travel this summer and then of course we know she let go the other what was it last week two weeks ago may be longer than that about the designer wear that she had on what's happening with that because that's a lot of money here well first by he didn't you didn't wind defusing the planning made the request for the plane but he actually didn't use the plane co it sort of a matter of why did he make the request and big deal indian didn't actually use the plant no went after people when they spotted her wearing this very expensive bad which people with ten thousand dollars decrypt i looked it up on the internet and the bags were nineteen thousand two hundred thousand dollars larry magid wearing a purse no now gold plated at gowran gold accessory fats with the hamlet bag the bag for ninety eight thousand dollars which i don't think she actually very real crocodile are alligator or some too little animal with big guy guy like they key little animal arts of how about this cia director mike pump paolino show appearance at harvard what do you make of that anything no what basically happened is another cia person uh we that day they were very upset that the bad however university politics and government the kennedy school basically higher chelsea manning used to be bradley manning who leaked all those papers and so uh the cia director said he would not com and now uh former cia guy who was a lecturer they're also resigned so they're not very happy about hiring chelsea manning yeah poisonous great up is always thank you so much thank you back on the flip side we're gonna zigzag in a couple of different directions stay with us here.

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"animal arts" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

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02:30 min | 3 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"My view is that hillary clinton ought to be out gore look out gore probably should never have lost that election boring gore has found an issue that he considers very passionate about he made a name for himself he's known for an issue all over the world and the hillary clinton needs to do that you never heard out gore wrote an eye something about the election he moved on with his life and little guy and with an issue that he cares about passionately you won an academy award to be the model absolutely agree that ought to be the model speaking of the model mother model life anyway uh the treasury secretary is defending his use of a government plane for his honeymoon travel this summer and then of course we know she let go the other what was it last week two weeks ago may be long the matt about the designer wear that she had on what's happening with that because that's a lot of money here will first by he didn't unity didn't wind up using the made the request for the plane but he actually didn't use the plank though it's a matter of why did he make the request and big deal you can actually use the plane no when after people when they bothered her wearing the ferry offensive bag which people with ten thousand dollars decrypt i looked it up on the internet and the bag where nineteen thousand two hundred thousand dollars imagine wearing a person that now now gold plated at gordon cold accessory that's what the hamlet bag the back for ninety eight thousand dollars which i don't think she actually is there is there real crocodile are alligator or thumb too little animal with guy like they key little animal arts of how about this cia director mike pump paolino show prison appearance at harvard what do you make of that anything no what basically happened another a person uh resign that they they were very upset that the that harvard university politics and government the kennedy school basically higher chelsea manning used to be bradley manning who leaked all those papers and so the cia director said he would not come and that a former cia guy who was a lecturer they're also resigned so they're not very happy about hiring chelsea manning boy no kidding great up is always thank you so much thank you back on the flip side.

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"animal arts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"He did almost one week after hurricane maria pounded its way across puerto rico the out of love for the three point four million residents of the commonwealth is bleak i'm jimmy floyd this is all things considered on wnyc he republican health care proposal is a nogo and democratic chris murphy says the time is now for a bipartisan approach my hope is the democrats and republicans are willing to vent that we give them a little bit of what they want and that they give us what we want the latest on healthcare is coming up lost the ceo at akwa facts is out also the guggenheim has decided not to show a controversial work of animal art and saudi arabia announces it will allow women to drive well what took them so long we'll find out after news headlines live from npr news in washington i'm jack sphere with millions of people in stormravaged puerto rico would urgent need of help president trump today says along with aid he is sending america's hearts and prayers for us an says he will visit there as well as the us virgin islands next week both area suffered extensive damage and loss of life as a result of hurricane maria trump said today a massive recovery efforts underway there femur are great first responders and all available federal resources including the military are.

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"animal arts" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"An issue that he considered very passionate about he made a name for himself is known for an issue all over the world and the hillary clinton needs to do that you never heard out gore wrote an i ask something about the election he just moved on with his life and move on with an issue that he cares about passionately you won an academy award that ought to be the model absolutely agree that ought to be the model speaking of the model model model life anyway uh the treasury secretary is defending his use of a government plane for his honeymoon travel this summer and then of course we know she let go the other what was it last week two weeks ago may be longer than that about the designer wear that she had on what's happening with that because that's a lot of money here will first by hit didn't unity didn't wind up using the planning made the request for the plane but he actually didn't use that point though it's a matter of why did he make the request and big deal you didn't actually use the plant no now after people when they spotted her wearing this very expensive bag which people with ten thousand dollars decrypt i looked it up on the internet and the bags were nineteen thousand two hundred thousand dollars imagine wearing a purse for that now honey now gold plated at gowran gold accessory fat with the hamlet bag that back for ninety eight thousand dollars which i don't think she actually is there real crocodile are alligator or thumb too little animal but gone like they cute little animal arts of how about this cia director mike pump paolino show appearance at harvard what do you make of that anything what basically happened is another cia person uh resign that day they were very upset that the that harvard university politics and governor at the kennedy school basically higher chelsea manning used to be bradley manning who leaked all those papers and so uh the cia director said he would not com and a former cia guy but with a lecturer they're also resigned so they're not very happy about hiring chelsea manning oh boy great stuff is always thank you so much thank you back on the flip side we're gonna in a couple of different directions stay with us here on.

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"animal arts" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on WGTK

"Pieces about that my view is that hillary clinton ought to be out gore look outdoor probably should never have lost that election gore has found an issue that he considers very passionate about hitting made a name for himself he's known for an issue all over the world and the hillary clinton needs to do that you never heard gore wrote an eye something about the election features move gone with his wife and moved on with an issue that he cares about passionately want an academy award be the model absolutely i agree that ought to be the model speaking of the model mode ahmad ally anyway uh the treasury secretary is defending his use of a government plane for his honeymoon travel this summer and then of course we know she let go the other what was it last week two weeks ago may be longer than that about the designer wear that she had on what's happening with that because that's a lot of money here will first by he didn't unity didn't wind up using the plane made the request for the fine but he actually didn't use the plank tell if sort is a matter of why did he make that request and big deal indian actually is the plant she all now when after people when they entered her wearing necessary offensive bag which people with ten thousand dollars except i looked it up on the internet and the bags were nineteen thousand two hundred thousand dollars imagine wearing a purse for that now no gold plated at gowran gold accessory fats with on the bag the back for ninety eight thousand dollars which i don't think she actually is that crocodile or alligators some too little animal with fake guy like they key little animal arts of how about this cia director mike pump paolino show appearance at harvard what do you make of that anything no what basically happened into another cia person uh we find that day they were very upset that the debt harvard university politics and government the kennedy school basically higher chelsea manning used to be bradley manning who leaked all those papers and so i i iaea director said he would not com and that uh former cia guy who was a lecturer they're also resigned so they're not very happy about hiring chelsea manning yeah poisonous hitting greats up is always thank you so much thank you back on the flip side.

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"animal arts" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"animal arts" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"That hillary clinton ought to be out gore look out gore probably should never have lost that election belgore has found an issue that he considers very passionate about he made a name for himself he's known for his issue all over the world and hillary clinton needs to do that you need you never heard out wrote an eye something about the election he just moved on with his life and moved on with an issue that he cares about passionately you won an academy award that ought to be the model yeah absolutely i agree that ought to be the model speaking of the model while the model wife anyway uh the treasury secretary is defending his use of a government plane for his honeymoon travel this summer and then of course we know she let go the other what was it last week two weeks ago may be longer than that about the designer wear that she had on what's happening with that because that's a lot of money here will first by he didn't use he didn't wind up using the pointing made the request for the plane but he actually didn't use the point so it's sort of uh a matter of why did he make the request and big deal indian actually use the plant all right now when after people when they spotted her wearing this very expensive bag which can pulled out with ten thousand dollars a quick i looked it up on the internet and the bags were nineteen thousand two hundred thousand dollars i imagine wearing a perth for that now on it now the a goldplated at ghor gold accessory that's what the on the back the back for ninety eight thousand dollars which i don't think she actually you is there real crocodile or alligator or thumb too little animal with big under a guy like they cute little animal arts of how 'bout this cia director mike pump or no show brazil appearance at harvard what do you make of that.

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