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"eric burdon" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:00 min | 17 hrs ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And radio. I'm Robert James okay so who is that? Yes and it's a group and what does one of the members have in common with everybody else we've played be it a solo artist or the member of one of the groups? Yes, there is a real commonality in all review it in under a half hour if you don't guess it. But in the meantime, if you know who it is terrific, 888-876-5593 88 88 rally. And Frank in north Lake has a guess, all right, so Frank, what do you think you heard? Hi, raw. There's a few songs to go. And you mentioned that the guy was a guitar player, a very good I think it's a real good studio musician and very great lead. His name is Jimmy, something he was Elvis. He's back, I think the animals. It was actually Donnie Owens. We had sergeant pappy guessed him. Donnie Owens. Oh, who was the guy? His name is bugging me. He's real good. Guitar player. I mean, he's gonna jam like, oh, man, he's like a great solo like Bill Haley's little Bill Haley or else. Are you thinking of James Burton? James Burton, that's the guy. Okay. Then he back in animals and he just touched it. A ton of things. He went professional when he was 14 years old. He played in Ricky Nelson's band. So he was on a lot of those Ricky Nelson's things, but he also played for Frank Sinatra and Johnny Cash, a lot, a lot of different things. And James Burton stayed with Elvis until Elvis death. Wow. Yeah. You know, he was at the he was at the international hotel, which became the Las Vegas Hilton, of course, and that was the 1969 comeback tour. And he stayed with him. So yeah, he was James. 68. Yeah, I thought it was 69, but it could have been 68, but 69, I think, was when the international put them there before it was the Las Vegas Hilton, it was the Las Vegas international, and it was. It was the biggest showroom in Vegas at the time. It had like 2000 seats. And they put him in for four weeks, 7 nights a week for four weeks, and two shows a night, and they were all sold out. But as I remember, I had a ticket to one of these shows. It was $12 for the show and dinner. Man, that's beautiful. Yeah. But James Burton was also the guitarist on Dale Hawkins, Susie Q, you know, that famous guitar lick in that. That's James Martin. You mean the whole series, if you yeah, right. Right. Yeah, exactly. That was Dale Hawkins. And son with the animals. You know, that I don't know because now you're talking about something more recent than things I know much about, but he might have, but and of course, or you might be confusing it with Eric Burdon, who was in the animals. Oh, yeah, yeah. That's right. And I don't know if you're related, but no, no, no, no. Eric Burdon was a British. B war DON, BRT deal, BOT, and Burton. That's how James spelled it. And I think Eric spelled it differently. I think Eric spilled it BU R DON and where James spelled it BU RTO in. So I don't like Richard Burton. Yeah, so I don't think they're related. No, no. Yeah. Yeah. I was wondering, this is a real old one. A couple of thanks again for the elusive butterfly too. Absolutely. Now, Wednesday night is a full show. So tomorrow night, I've got about a half hour, but so if you got requests for Wednesday night, tell me what they are. It's an old one from the late 50s. The elephant walk. Oh yeah. Absolutely. I think it's the one that goes to what I knew there wouldn't be no wars. That only time. Oh, okay. Absolutely. It was the 60s. And I know that elephant walked too, because as you know, the beginning is one of my favorite opening soliloquies where it's, oh man, when your stomach speaks, you forget your mind, your mind speaks, you forget your heart. But when your heart speaks, you forget everything. Yeah, dawn in a delight. Can they show back? Have you said people watching? Well, no matter what shape your stomach is. That was a different one. Yeah, absolutely. It was a different one. And no matter what shape your stomach is in instrumental, I can play that too. No, that's okay. All right. But. You do want the elephant walk, not the instrumental elephant walk, you want on in the delight. Yes. Okay. All right. And there was one other time. Oh my goodness. I just hate it in my hand. I had it written down. Oh, Jesus. All right, well, if you think of it, call me Wednesday night. Okay, look. All right, thanks appreciate it. Thank you. Yeah, talk to you soon. All right, now we have a first time caller. Indeed. If he hung around, I hope he did. Marlowe was the first time caller in Missouri, Marlo are you there? Yes, I am. All right. Well, thanks for calling. I would like to guess at the trivia question, is it a shopping mall or a shopping area like pike market? Nice answer, but not right. Okay, what about the theme where they borne the same year or all from the same city? No, those are good guesses though. Okay, thank you. Thanks for calling do it again. Appreciate it. All right, so I will reveal that theme at the end of the night. I never thought about doing one of the same city. I should do that some night. Let's see. But no, that is not it at all. Bernard in Chicago thinks he knows a bumper. So what do you think you know Bernard? All right, I got two quick ones for you a quick is one of the singers Lloyd price. Nope, no lord price. Right. What about a dragon theater? Nice guest, but not right. Did you see this? Yeah, what do you want to hear? The wind? Oh, the wind. Okay, you want the gestures version, or do you want? Who do you want to buy? Or do you want the diablos? I think it might be the outlet. Okay, yeah, Nolan strong in the Diablo is, of course, I'll be happy to play that version for you. I'll try to tomorrow night we only have about a half hour show, but I'll try to get it on tomorrow night. Whenever. Okay, thank you. Appreciate it. All right, yes. It's a wonderful song. All right, so he as long as I don't sing it, then suddenly all right, so 888-876-5593 riches and Madison. Hello, rich. All right, Riley. What do you think? I've got some trivia answers for you, but I'd like to take a shot at that last bumper. Yeah. Was that gene 50? No. Oh, that's interesting. It was not. Okay. Sort of sounded like him. Yeah, no, this guy was the lead singer for a group that did not bear his name, but they had a very big hit. Okay. Well, for the trivia, it's not an elevator. It is not. An escalator? It is not an escalator. Is it a taxi? It is not a taxi. Is it 8 months? It is not a bus. Well, that's all I got for now. If you think of something else, you call me back, thanks. Appreciate it. Okay, thanks. All right, so probably not hard to find one today in any medium or large side city in America for sure, probably in small ones too, but a hundred years ago it was rare. The oldest one still in operation is in Seattle, what is it? 888-876-5593 88 88 Raleigh and our final bumper stumper, which has something in common with every other one we played tonight is coming up next on WGN radio.

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"eric burdon" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:43 min | 2 weeks ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN radio. I'm Robert James okay so who is that? Yes and that's a group and what does one of the members have in common with everybody else we've played be it a solo artist or the member of one of the groups? Yes, there is a real commonality in all review it in under a half hour if you don't guess it. But in the meantime, if you know who it is terrific 888-876-5593 88 88 rally and Frank and Norse Lake has a guess, all right, so Frank, what do you think you heard? Hi, raw. Hey. There's a few songs ago. Yeah. And you mentioned that the guy was a guitar player who was very good. I think it's a real good studio musician and very great lead. His name is Jimmy, something was Elvis. He's back, I think the animals. No, it was actually Donnie Owens. We had we had sergeant pappy guessed him. Donnie Owens. Oh, who was the guy? His name is bugging me. He's real good. Guitar player. I mean, he's gonna jam like, oh, man, he's like a great solo like Bill Haley's little Haley or else. Are you thinking of James Burton? James Burton, that's the guy. Okay. Then he back in animals and he touched me. He did it, he did a ton of things. He went professional when he was 14 years old. He played in Ricky Nelson's band. So he was on a lot of those Ricky Nelson's things, but he also played for Frank Sinatra and Johnny Cash a lot, a lot of different things. So and James Burton stayed with Elvis until Elvis death. You know, he was at the he was at the international hotel, which became the Las Vegas Hilton, of course, and that was the 1969 comeback tour. And he stayed with him. So yeah, he was James Burton. 68. 68. Yeah, I thought it was 69, but it could have been 68, but 69, I think, was when the international put them there before it was the Las Vegas Hilton, it was the Las Vegas international, and it was. It was the biggest showroom in Vegas at the time. It had like 2000 seats. And they put him in for four weeks, 7 nights a week for four weeks, and two shows a night, and they were all sold out. But as I remember, I had a ticket to one of these shows. It was $12 for the show and dinner. But James Burton was also the guitarist on Dale hawk and Susie Q, you know, that famous guitar lick in that. That's James Martin. You mean that. Yeah, right. Right. Yeah, exactly. That was Dale Hawkins. Can you do the house at a rise in sun with the animals? You know, that I don't know because now you're talking about something more recent than things I know much about, but he might have, but and of course, or you might be confusing it with Eric Burdon, who was in the animals. Oh, yeah, yeah. That's right. There's a lot of people related, but no, no, no, no. Eric Burdon was a British. B war DON, yeah, BRT deal. Be a war to end Burton. That's how James spelled it. And I think Eric spelled it differently. I think Eric spilled it VUR DON and where James spelled it be RTO in. So I don't think like Richard Burton. Yeah. So I don't think they're related. Yeah. Yeah. I was wondering, this is a real old one. A couple of thanks again for that loose and butterfly too. Absolutely. Now, Wednesday night is a full show. So tomorrow night, I've got about a half hour, but so if you got requests for Wednesday night, tell me what they are. Sure. It's an old one from the late 50s early elephant walk. Oh yeah. Absolutely. I think it's the one that goes. They knew what I had knew. There wouldn't be no wars. For the middle school and. Absolutely, it was the 60s. And I know that elephant walked too, because as you know, the beginning is one of my favorite opening soliloquies where it's, oh man, when your stomach speaks, you forget your mind, your mind speaks, you forget your heart. But when your heart speaks, you forget everything. Yeah, dawn and a delight. Well, it was an. Honor. And they showed me some people watching. No matter what shape your stomach is. That was a different one. Yeah, absolutely. It was a different one. And no matter what shape your stomach is in instrumental, I can play that too. No, that's okay. All right. But. You do want the elephant walk, not the instrumental elephant walk. You want Don in a delight. Yes. Okay. All right. And there was one other track. Oh my goodness. I just had it in my hand. I had it written down. Oh, Jesus. All right, well, if you think of it, call me Wednesday night. Okay, look. All right, thanks appreciate it. Thank you. Yeah, talk to you soon. All right, now we have a first time caller. Indeed. If he hung around, I hope he did. Marlowe was the first time caller in Missouri. Marlo are you there? Yes, I am. All right. Well, thanks for calling. I would like to guess at the trivia question, is it a shopping mall or a shopping area like pike market? Nice answer, but not right. Okay, what about the theme where they borne the same year or all from the same city? No, those are good guesses though. Okay, thank you. Thanks for calling do it again. Appreciate it. All right, so I will reveal that theme at the end of the I never thought about doing one of the same city. I should do that someday. Let's see. But no, that is not it at all. Bernard in Chicago thinks he knows a bumper. So what do you think you know Bernard? All right, I got two quick ones for you right quick. Is one of the singers Lloyd price? Nope, no lord price. Right. What about a dragon theater? Nice guest, but not right. Did you see this? Did you play a song from me to warm? Yeah, what do you want to hear? The wind? Oh, the wind. Okay, you want the gestures version? Or do you want? Who do you want to buy? Or do you want the diablos? I think it might be the Diablo. Okay, yeah, Nolan strong in the diablos, of course. I'll be happy to play that version for you. I'll try to tomorrow night we only have about a half hour show, but I'll try to get it on tomorrow night. Whenever. Okay, thank you. Appreciate it. All right, yes. It's a wonderful song. All right, so he as long as I don't sing it then suddenly all right, so 888-876-5593 riches and Madison. Hello, rich. All right, Riley. What

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"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

06:32 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Hi this is Paul Rogers and Cynthia Rogers on animal radio. Just know that it's going to be all right meow. It's animal radio celebrating the connection with our pets. We are with singer, songwriter, and elephant lover Eric Burdon. Can you tell listeners what timber elephants are? I'm only seeing film of them and they are used like mechanical massive mechanical moving earth moving equipment except they pick up timba, which is really heavy stuff and it's one of the heaviest wards in the world. Peak. And they put it between they wrapped their trunk around it. And they wedge it in between owns and the carrier around probably with a lot more care than a mechanical obese made by John Deere award. That's amazing. But I learned when I was in Germany and I spent time in the zoo living in the zoo in Berlin and you lived in the Berlin zoo. That's amazing. How cool. I bet that was awesome. Yeah, I had a great time now. I learned a lot. I hated zoos before I went in there. I thought they were prisons for animals, but indeed they have to be kept separate on the general populace, but are found out that the Berlin zoo was an animal palace. And the 8 better than I did. The big cats had fresh meat. Brought in like three times a week and I was allowed to go in the butcher shop and see the system and I could walk around the zoo in the middle of the night when there was nobody else there. And I would be up and awake after I showed that I was working on a movie that's what I was doing then Berlin and I would stay up till like 5, 6 o'clock in the morning and watch the animals awaken to face the day and the human guests that were coming to hang around their favorite species on what's in the lions coming out and they're really family creatures family oriented people that are people yeah. Some would stop calling the his enemy animals it's terrible name to be stuck with. We are with singer songwriter Eric Burdon, who has lent his name to an organization called the elephant project. I think it's absolutely incredible what you're doing. You talk about it as lending your name, like it's no big deal. But it's a huge deal. And I salute you for this. And just to find out that you spent time living in a zoo. That's a story that's awesome. Yes. Write a book on that, Eric. It was a magical town. It was a magical period. And in Berlin, because and I don't know if you know enough about Berlin, but the zoo is the heart of Berlin. The zoo is right in the heart of the city, all of the public transportations in the range. You look at the open sales zoo, the sender, the zoo. And it was amazing that I ended up in the zoo. There was a place for me there that normally zoology students have space there to live there. And when they're studying the animals and that's how I got a place to sleep there and was incredible. Zoos in different countries treat their animals differently. Like in Berlin, do they treat their animals differently than they do in zoos here? Well, that a couple of girlfriends of mine, one being the wife of the boss of the zoo. We took a gorilla baby gorilla to breakfast with us and our restaurant across the street from zoo. And the girlfriend that I had at the time had long blond hair and as we were eating breakfast, the baby gorilla got on the back of her chair and all the time that we were in the restaurant, combing my girlfriend's hair. Gently combing our hair. That was our breakfast. She was grooming her. It's surreal. Eric, what do you got on the musical horizon? What are you working on now? Well, I'm writing a book at the moment, but incorporated in the buga lyrics, which will eventually become songs when I get time to go into the studio. And pass my ideas along to my musician friends. So as the book goes on, there are songs to go with whatever chopped on writing. And I say most things anyway in the form of songs. I guess rap is to blame for that. You know, I'm not a rap fan, but I understand that it's the music of today and the guys who are robust are just they're just talking in their language about what's happening in their world. They're just telling stories. It's like what you did in the 60s and 70s. Yeah, well, that's what I'm doing now. And you continue to do. Yes. Yeah. All right. We'll look for the book, and of course it's not your first, there was don't let me be misunderstood if you haven't read it yet. It's a great read, pick it up now. And Eric, I thank you so much for spending time with us today. Thank you, and on behalf of my friends, may I say. I want to thank Steve Gail as well as Alan cook and Eric Burton for coming on today. If you missed any part of the show, you can head on over to animal radio pet and listen. We're download the animal radio app for iPhone Android and BlackBerry to get your fix. Any time you want middle of the night, middle of the day, whenever we're here for you. And we'll see you next week for more animal radio right here on this fine station. Bye bye. Bye. Come on roe, we're going on a walk.

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"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

05:02 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"To it. Did you have one? I actually did. I actually did give him one. And you know, he's joining us now. Hi, Eric, how are you doing? I'm good. I have a small cigarette. Okay. Okay, you just blew the whole thing. I heard somewhere that you played trombone, that was your first instrument? Yeah, because it sounds like an elephant. Because it sounds like an elephant. Wow. Were you a good trombone player? No, I didn't get the fall. I killed myself that I could play in New Orleans style news, which is pretty accessible for the beginner. But not really, not one I heard people like Lawrence Brown, who was the main trombone player with countess band and I have a strong bond player in my bond currently and when we met, he said, why do you want man? I said because I understand that you are a large brown fan. He said, that's right. And I said, okay, you're doing. Just like that. So you knew that you weren't a good trombone player. You knew that or did someone say to you, hey, Eric, you got to give up the trombone. Well, I'm a pretty asking too much. Yeah, that's to be a singer and trombone player. Did I hear you correctly? You have asthma? Yeah. And you sing like you certainly have lots of fresh air. That's proof of the magic of music. So now you got involved in this thing called the elephant project. What is that? Well, elephant love us. And some probably my favorite animal had close and personal relationships with gentle giant at the park in London zoo, many years ago, and I was in shock when I was on tour in America to see headlines in the newspapers saying elephant, male elephant jealous of another male element is caused murder of his rival. And when I got back to London, zoo, I asked the elephant man there, the zoom is a true that about this affair between two rival male elephants and one got head butted and pushed into the ditch that keeps the elephants separate from the public. There's no offense that's just a ditch at just a canal. And this one pushed another elephant into the canal he landed upside down and unfortunately they couldn't rescue him all the blood when it was burning high. Wow. And as the elephant trainer was telling me this, I was convinced that the elephant we point the finger around and the crime here was listening to every word and understood what was being said. It was amazing. Elements are highly intelligent I found out and they have long-lasting memories. So it's not a stretch, maybe the elephant connected with me or what I was saying or could smell me. And the way I smoked, that's what that such gentle giants. And I dreamed years ago that there would be an armed group of soldiers would be raised in Africa to protect the elephants from the slowdown that's going on from people who are hunting them for ivory. We are with singer songwriter Eric Burdon. We're going to take a quick break. We'll be back. Do you have a home that you don't want anymore? We can buy it from you within 24 hours. Any home size or condition for over 20 years we've been buying homes for cash and helping homeowners sell their homes immediately, with no listings or strangers walking through your home. Are you moving? Did you lose your job? Going through a divorce. Whatever the reason if you're in a bind and you know that you need to sell your house fast, call the expert team at I need to sell my house fast. We'll make you a serious cash offer to buy your home in 24 hours and let you walk away from it. No listing, no waiting. Sell any home any size any condition now. Call the expert team at I need to sell my house fast. Make this free call now. 804 7 8 6 O 8 four 804 7 8 6 O 8 four 804 7 8 6 zero 8 four that's 804 7 8 60 84.

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"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

03:02 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"That cool? And did you guys hear about this story, a cat named stinker? He's in Southern California or was back with his family more than a year after he disappeared while a film crew was making a movie using his family's home. The family looked everywhere for stinker, who they had found as a kitten abandoned on the side of the two ten freeway. So when they visited their local shelter, in search of stinker, they were told of a cat fitting stinkers description had recently been hit by a car near their home, so it kind of looked like, you know, all the pieces fit together. So they assumed it was stinker and stopped their search. Now fast forward, a year later, the family moves to Connecticut, thinking that they might finally be ready to add another new pet to their life. They started looking at the shelters in Connecticut. But they didn't find what they were searching for, so the husband checked photos of their old California shelter for animals that were there. And he found a cat that looked just like stinker. So he calls the next door neighbor and asked the neighbor to go to the shelter, so the neighbor goes to the shelter, and then the former dad and stinker are in the shelter, FaceTiming each other through the neighbor. So the next day, this guy flies out to Los Angeles from Connecticut to see for himself. And yes, a very happy ending for a long story that could have been solved much faster and more easily, had stinker had a microchip. Which he does now. I bet he does, yeah. But a happy ending. We just had a Katie brought into our office that was missing for 6 years. And was found had a microchip and was reunited. Unfortunately, she was found because she has bladder stones, and we had to do surgery. And she's on the mend from that. But her family was so thankful to get her back 6 years later. How did they react after 60 years? I mean, you pretty much write off an animal after that. They were happy regardless that they got their kitty back. You gotta love those stories. I mean, just microchip Friends microchip. I'm Laurie Brooks, get more breaking animal news anytime at animal radio dot com. This has been an animal radio news update. Get more

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"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

06:55 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Own Vinny Penn here coming at you on animal radio, your resident party animal, the topic du jour, or dare I get cheeky and say a pet peeve of mine. When that friend of yours that you haven't seen in years, a girlfriend of mine came up to me recently and said, do you want to see a pair? I showed her pictures of my kids, and she said, do you want to see a picture of my kids? And she pulls out a photograph of two dogs. I don't know that there's anything more frustrating than this. I get the sentiment of the couple who's decided against having children, but to get a dog together in regard that is, that's our child, and regard it seriously. That's what's kind of appalling or the people who do it save. You do it tongue in cheek. That's one thing, but the show a photograph of two rottweilers in enormous hand sweaters and say these are our kids chip and eagle. Now they're not your kids. I'm all for the treating the pet like a member of the family. I had two dogs in my lifetime and they absolutely were members of our family. They were man's best friend. I am down with all of that, but they are not your children. As a father, I take offense to it. I have two kids of my own and it is a totally different situation. I feel ridiculous. He even tried to lay out why it's so silly. Not granted. I dated a few girls in the day where I could have had children with them, and they would have been dogs. I mean, I get all that. But to do that, to show that photo and say, dead serious, these are our children. We love them like you love your own children. No, you don't. No, you don't, because my kids would never have that tartar build up on their teeth. Vinny Penn, party animal, animal radio. This is animal radio. How would you like to save money on nearly all your prescription drugs? We've set up a special toll free number for the Rx outreach program. They're a nonprofit company whose mission it is to make prescription drugs more affordable to the masses. They don't take insurance. And in many cases, your prescriptions are even cheaper than your co pays. They carry thousands of different prescription drugs. So whatever you're taking, there's a good chance they have it. No coupons are required, and this is not a discount card. It is pure savings on your prescription drugs. They specialize in generic meds for any chronic health needs you have. Call with your prescription and find out for free. How little you can pay for your prescription drugs. Remember, we don't take insurance, so call right now. 806 8 9 O one four three 8 106 8 9 O one four three 806 8 9 O one four three. That's 806 8 9 zero one 43. This is an animal radio news update. I'm Laurie Brooks. The journal veterinary record has introduced a new topic that has a lot of people riled up after their series of articles about how humans treat reptiles as pets. Well, as reptiles and amphibians are becoming increasingly popular pets these days, animal experts are calling for some renewed focus to ensure that we, the humans are not hurting our slithery, scaly Friends, and the issues a little more complicated than you might think at first. While lizards and geckos, let's say, can be easier to care for than a dog or cat, reptiles can still suffer from improper care and nutrition, and on top of that, increasing a popularity means spikes in illegal trade too, possibly placing endangered exotic species at risk. Now, experts say that compared to dogs, which achieve natural longevity in the domestic environment about 75% of reptiles die during their first year in a home as a pet. They stress that we need to make sure reptiles and amphibians get not just appropriate housing, but also some socialization since summer actually more social than we've been led to think in the past. So you're probably wondering what's the difference between amphibians and reptiles? I bet doctor Debbie knows you better know. I should. Well, I had to look it up. So amphibians, frogs, toads, salamanders, primarily live in and around water. Reptiles are your snakes lizards alligators, turtles, and reptiles lay hard shelled eggs, and their young are pretty much the smaller versions of what they are going to be as an adult. So what's that is? An alligator that would be an amphibian? No. That's a reptile. But I'm so confused. They hang out in the water. All right, but they're not exclusively Lin. Live in the water. Okay, okay. Okay. But it also has something to do with their skin, right? Yeah. There's more to it than just where they live. It's definitely how, you know, their scale, their confirmation, all that kind of stuff. Yeah. I have to chime in because this is a really big thing. Reptiles are the misunderstood a lot of people get them as pets. Don't know what they're doing. So it's a good reason to investigate, research, and then even take that little critter to the veterinarian when she get it to make sure you're doing everything right and consult with the veterinarian. Oh, they're so temperamental. I had a gecko and you have to keep it the exact temperature and if it veers for me. Humidity, UV light. That a lot of us are a lot of people will get a reptile or a bird as Joey was talking about and think that you can just like leave them in a cage and that's fine, but you're really social. And apparently a lot of reptiles and amphibians are as well. There's a group that you guys are going to be hearing more about in the future I bet it is called the green pet burial society as you know our love of pets continues to grow. The group advocates for what they call whole family cemeteries, places where a whole family could be buried. People in pets, yeah. The burial of pet remains in cemeteries designated for humans is illegal in many states, but last year, you know, we're making strides New York did legalize the burial of animal remains in human cemeteries, as long as both the human and the animal were interred at the same time means that you can't go out and kill an animal just to put it into a coffin with a human. Still, the green pet burial society says there are many, many stories out there of people sneaking the cremains of a beloved pet into the casket of somebody who has passed. So they have gone to the trouble of creating a directory of cemeteries where people can be buried with their pets. How cool is that? Yeah. Isn't

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"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

04:42 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"It's animal radio. We all have a brush with fame sooner or later. I've actually had two now that I think about it. I had a brush with Don McLean from American pie fame, sat next to on an airplane. And Eric Burdon of the animals, I gave him a cigarette, a lit cigarette, already after a show. Wow. He just came off stage and he looked at me and said, can I have that cigarette or something like that? And I gave him my cigarette. And that was my brush with Eric Burdon. Until now. Wow. And just a few minutes. Yeah, I know, really big deal. Well, you know, what was your brush with fame? I'm trying to think. Other than the people that I've met through working with animal radio, I mean, we've met some we had Jose canse because the one year I remember that. I had to reel you in on that one. I was having a good old time flirting. It was so much fun. But there were others, you know, I'm trying to think, but he's just one jumps out. Yeah, for some reason. I remember that. You were just drooling all over. Let's see, and you're working on news, Laurie. Have you ever had a brush with fame? I think my most exciting one was leaving a radio station party at the Queen Mary and as I was leaving because we had to get up and go on the air the next day like at 3 o'clock. I saw Lorenzo Lamas. Lorenzo Lamas. Yes. And that was the time of, was that falcon crest? Is it was even found? He was on one of those. It was before his, yeah, wife beating days or whatever he did, but yeah, he was still so cute. That was probably your Russia thing. Well, good day, David. How are you doing? I'm fine. Thank you. Where are you? I'm in a Little Rock Arkansas. Little rock Arkansas, how can we help you today, David? Okay, my question is this. I have ten in your ten and a half year old turkey poo. And he finds in the truck with me. He's been doing it for about ten years now. I'm a trucker. And I usually would be able to give him just about anything, and it wouldn't bother him, but in the last 6 months or so, he gets the runs at the drop of a hat. And even I started mixing his food with some canned food to kind of make it a little bit more palatable for him. And that was okay. But even now, that ball is him. What's going on with my dog? Okay, so his appetite is sound. That's good. Oh yeah, yeah, yeah. Okay, then I would not add in canned food, 'cause that can ruin the whole process of what you're trying to do. If you're having loose stools with your pet and you add in canned food, that actually can have a tendency for many pets to loosen up the stool. There's a lot more moisture content in that. And it's kind of like, you know, be like eating a lot of pumpkin pie if you have diarrhea. It's not gonna help things in any way there. So I would really be looking more at our diet structure as far as what we are feeding. And there are some diets we'll go to a higher fiber content if we want to firm up the stool some. Now the other thing I'm going to say is, I would certainly make sure we have this stool and your pet checked at the veterinarian because we could have something like worms. We can have other issues going on. There's problems in digestion with a pancreas that can cause a chronic problem with loose stools. But I say the number one problem in most cases is we choose a diet that doesn't agree with our pet's bowels, and the number one thing I look at when I pick a food, a lot of people say, what's the best food out there, Doc? It's going to be the best one that agrees with your pets. That's always one of the first things. So do they like it? And does it produce nice, solid poops that are consistent. So that might be something we look at is the current food you're going with. You know, maybe nothing bad against the company, but it may not be the trick for your pet. And to change that, we would find another and kind of gradually introduce that new diet over a period of about a week to two weeks. See what the poops go like, and then we can make a decision, is it? Better or worse, no different. But I would certainly before we start on the strategy of trying different foods and moving around, like I said, I'd make sure your baby's checked out, A-okay by the vet and bring a nice bag of poop for the vet. It really makes our day when you guys do that. You like that stuff. It's weird. You're listening to animal radio. Call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. Hi everybody, this is Frankie, Avalon, and I love animal radio. Listening.

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"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"A crate and we'll be talking about crate and potty training next time. This is animal

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

07:17 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"So what you said earlier is better to do it before he shows signs of aggressive behavior. So absolutely. Yeah. And I found some people that actually wait because they're waiting to see those signs. And actually, behaviorally, we can avoid so many more problems if we don't allow that to actually happen in the first place. So yeah, I would endorse the old snip snip for your friend. Okay. Thank you so much. A line four and Brian hi Brian, how are you? Hey, doing well. How can we help you today? Well, I have a black lab mix that I got from the shelter and she is a wonderful to use about three years old now. And very well, you know, I went to obedience training with her and learned how to, you know, sometimes you get to train the people to train the dogs. And she's wonderful. Can teach you to do the paper, sit, stay. She has this hot behavior, maybe this is more common than I think, but she likes to, if there's other dogs, like we go to a friend's house and take the dog with us. And in the backyard, if they find she finds feces from the other dogs, she wants to rub her head in it. And then come running back and show us how proud she is. She doesn't eat it or anything. It's almost like she wants to say, you know, it doesn't do it in her own yard, of course we clean everything up as quick as we can. She never does it with her own. Okay. And I guess two questions is that unusual and second, how can I help stop the behavior? Yes. It is actually not all that unusual. I'd say more dogs tend to actually ingest feces, but there are a good amount of them that will roll in the fecal matter. And they do. They come back so proud and happy about it. And it's interesting because there's a lot of behavior out there. We really don't know why dogs do this. There's a lot of theories out there. And some of the theories are that they're either masking their scent or they're picking up the scent of where they've been and they're kind of using that to tell the other pack members where they've been. But we really don't know why, but they enjoy it. They love it. So it is kind of a self rewarding behavior. So gross, definitely. I don't think anyone would argue with that. The hard thing is because it is a self rewarding behavior. You have to actually prevent it from beginning in the first place, or you've already lost that ability to train her out of that. So that means the challenge is we have to, when she's faced in these situations, we have to do a couple things. One is to try to control her movement. So either keep her physically away from the areas where the fecal matter are, or we keep her on a head collar, like a general lead harness. In that way, when she kind of gets near the material, you can direct her another way. But we also want to remember we don't. It's not supposed to be about disciplining or correcting her when she does this because that actually is, in my eyes, I always kind of compare that to the small toddler or the small child that does something wrong and gets yelled at and is like, oh, I got attention. Negative attention is still attention. So there's still rewarding the behavior. So we ignore it. We don't say no, no, no, no, no, no, no, don't do that. You actually look for something else we can motivate her with at that time. And the best thing is if you have a combination of the head collar and something else. So I will use squeaky toys. I'll use toys treats, frisbees, whatever she really digs other than the fecal matter. Use that as the alternate toy or behavior. So it is hard, especially if you're over at a friend's house and they're kind of doing doggy fun and playing and rolling in that. But it means just kind of taking control of the situation and not allowing her to do that and to give her that outlet. Just follow her when I bring her and Kenneth. Controller as she, you know, she doesn't do it all the time, which is also difficult, too, because right. Right, it's intermittent, which is the hardest behavior to try to change, I think. Yeah, now, when we were keeping her out of the access, it's not ideal to say she's running around the yard, she starts to roll in it and then you try to get her away at that point. We really want to maintain physical control. So we want to have her on a leash or a harness. And you can actually even go through a little practice sessions with this. Go to a neighbor, your friend's house, and hammer on that. And start doing little semi training away from that. And that way you can hopefully let her enjoy some of that freedom and that dog play, which is just part of being a dog. Hey, don't knock it till you've tried it, okay? Okay. It's doggy perfume. Thanks for listening. Hey, don't forget you can get your fix of animal radio anytime you want with the animal radio app for iPhone and Android download it now. It's made possible by fear free pets. Taking the pet out of petrified. Visit them at fear free, happy homes dot com. Hi, a channel cable with today's dog tip. So you've done your homework, you're ready to make an incredible commitment and get yourself a puppy. You know the responsibility you're taking on and you've thought long and hard about what kind of puppy you want and how best to pick him or her out. Or did you? When I met my lady, my last dog was a well behaved well socialized grown adult. He passed and she wanted a puppy. I tried to prepare her for the storm that was coming. She said she understood and so a very lucky stroke. My neighbors got together, a lab and a shepherd and they had puppies. Now this was great because it enabled me to do some incredible preparation and homework. Firstly, I could observe the puppies as often as I wanted. And when they got older, I could take a couple at a time and visit my backyard. So let's talk about picking out puppies. You know when you go to the supermarket, you just don't pick up any cucumber and stick it in your cart. No, it's got to be a beautiful green cucumber. Crisp and ripe. Many people just pick out puppies or dogs just based on how they look. But should you ask yourself what personality traits you'd most like to see in a puppy? And whether or not you want a smart dog, the best way to gauge a puppy's intelligence is to observe him. Puppies have very short attention spans. They can't focus very long on anything. Kind of like guys when you're talking about your relationship. They're on to the next thing before you can snap your fingers. So if you observe a puppy that can focus, for ten, 15 seconds on an object or anything. That's a great sign of intelligence. Also watch how the puppy interacts with the other puppies. Does he leave the pack occasionally, go off on his own to explore? Or does he always cling tightly to the group? When he plays as he dominant, or is he submissive? And watch how his mother correction when she doesn't like the behavior. Usually grabbing him by the neck with her teeth or pushing them down to the ground. That's another important thing to observe. How a mother corrects bad behavior in her pups. You're gonna be doing a lot of correcting when you bring your puppy home. Okay, so to be prepared for your first night, your dog is gonna whale and wine all night long. My wife wanted me to return him the next day. He's away from his mother and his litter mates for the first time. He's scared. He's in a strange environment, and he's calling out to them and more than likely he'll do it for a week or two. Do yourself a favor and get

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"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

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03:53 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Now. 806 8 9 O one four three 806 8 9 O one four three 806 8 9 O one four three. That's 806 8 9 zero one 43. Celebrating the connection with our pets. This is animal radio, featuring your Dream Team, veterinarian doctor Debbie white, and groomer joy vellani, and here are your hosts Hal Abrams and Judy Francis. And if your pet isn't with you, go ahead and grab your pet right now. We can wait. No, seriously, go grab them right now. Bring them around the ring. They love animal radio. We have all of ours we have Molly the studios don't talk. We have ladybug the studio son dog rose in the corner right there snoring away in Laurie's little cubicle. My newsroom. Your newsroom. Is that what they call that? And we're missing a kitten today. There's usually a kitten in here. She's in lockdown, man. She's just too naughty today. Why what's happening? What is she doing? Just chords and everything. And she knocked over her flower arrangement the other day. And she's discovering that with claws, she can get just about anywhere. So she is definitely crawling up things, leaping, you think she's some kind of acrobatic. And she's all of two pounds. Barely. Two pounds wet. I love them when they're just little kittens. Yeah, they just have so much energy, and they're just popping all around. I wish I had that kind of energy. We're just about to go to the phones. This hour we're going to talk to Eric Burdon of the animals. And he has some kind of animal interest thus him being on animal radio. We'll find out what that's all about just a couple of minutes right here. On animal radio. Let's hit the phones. Well, hi, land. How are you? I'm fine. How are you? Good. How can we help you? Well, you know what? I just, I had talked to my vet, but we have a puppy in Australian shepherd. And I just wondered what you recommend age wise to get him neutered. I was told like 5 to 6 months, but I wondered if there's things that, you know, should his testicles have dropped by then, you know, he still doesn't list his leg peeing. He's more like a squat, so. Okay. In general, I'd say that my veterinary recommendation is about 6 months for the castration surgery. That's before we start to see the bad behaviors. Marking around the house, a little bit pushy dominance or aggressive behaviors. In our community, we have one of those laws that says that you have to neuter your dog and cat by four months of age. And I don't dispute the law, but I would say my preference is 6 months. And for some things like testicles, yes, they ought to be dropped by 6 months, but actually those little suckers should be falling on those puppy visits. So usually on the three month, the four month visits, if those testicles aren't there, then I maybe get a little concerned. But my 6 months, they should be in their normal position. If they're not, that might be a condition called crypto organism, where the testicle doesn't drop normally. Not that we would wait necessarily longer. It just means we have a little abnormality to deal with. But as far as neutering wise, you said he's 5 months right now. He's 6 months. Oh, he's 6 months. So yeah, I think he's old enough to sign up. And if he's not lifting his leg, I don't know that waiting longer may necessarily help him. It's not necessarily a hormone driven behavior. A lot of times it's learned from other dogs around him. So it might help to take him to the dog park and let him watch some of the big boys and he might pick up that behavior. Otherwise it might just be a little bit more time and he'll find it. You know, sometimes I sit down too. Too much information.

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"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

07:02 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Can take what I'm about to say is way easier with the kitten. And I will describe a super secret magic solution that is available for kittens in some places in a moment. But in addition to that, it works with 5 year old and even 15 year old cats. What you do is you take some patience, you take out the carrier, you leave out the carrier as if it is a piece of furniture. And the cat will probably take a wide berth walking around it, you know, like, oh my God, what's this doing here? But eventually get adjusted to the fact that the carrier is just there like the sofa is just there. Over time begin to drop some treats randomly into the carrier so the carrier becomes a treat dispenser. So now the cat is periodically investigating, oh, I wonder if there's going to be something really good inside this carrier. Then what you begin to do is feed the cat just outside the carrier, then feed the cat inside the carrier. When the cat ultimately is comfortable with being fed inside the carrier, then what you do is you actually zip it closed, put the cat inside, zip it closed, and walk all the way into the next room, let the cat out of the carrier feed the cat. So good things happen. After the cat has been in the carrier. Fast forward the clock a little bit. You've given the cat a tour of your house and we're going upstairs, we're going downstairs, we'll go into this room and that room, now you get fat, the cat's not complaining, the cat voluntarily goes into the carrier because the cat knows, I'm only going to get fed after this. That's all. These crazy people are walking around with me inside the carrier. I don't know why, but I'm going to meal afterwards. Then you take the cat down to the car. Same thing, it's slow, you know? You just start the car and go nowhere, go back in the house, can't get fed after being in the carrier in the car. Eventually, you drive down the driveway, then you drive down the block, then you drive around the block. And then you go to the veterinary clinic, but nothing happens there, except the cat gets a treat or two or three, you go back home and they can't get sped. You kind of get the idea, I suspect it does take some doing. Is it worth it? Totally, I think. In addition to that, with a kitten, here's what I was the secret thing I was going to tell you. With a kitten, if you could find somewhere in your market that does kitten socialization classes, or take it upon yourself. If you happen to get a cat as a kitten and I know many people wonderful people, amazing people rescue cats that are 8 years old, which is a totally a great thing. But if you happen to have a kitten between the weeks of 8 and 15 weeks of age, then it's really easy. They don't care. Put the cat into the carrier, go to the vet clinic, give your kittens some treats. Do it again and again. And the kitten will be absolutely fine with that, or enroll in a kitten socialization class. If you keep it up throughout the kitten's life and now the kittens an adult cat. Now you've got it made. And there are some tools that we can use to do all this. I want to say quickly that I my fault, neglected to mention. So 5 years ago or ten years ago, we didn't have all of these tools. One is a feel away, for example, that is a knock off of a copy of a pheromone. And when cats rub their cheek pads against the table leg or against your leg, what they're doing is they're depositing a pheromone. And that pheromone translated from cat language means, oh, I'm comfortable and happy to be here. And this is a copy of that pheromone. You spray the feel away into or you can purchase feel the way wipes. They're like kind of like hand wipes, except they have pheromone. And you use the peel away wipes, either which way you spray the feel away, use the wipe and about 15 minutes before the cat goes into the carrier for all these dress rehearsals. And you've got a less anxious cat. And there are other things we can do as well. Tools we have nutraceuticals that nutritional supplements that we didn't have some number of years ago. And some of the great resources over at fear free pets dot com will put links to everything you've heard on today's show over at animal radio pet. Why do you think it's so imperative that pet owner seek out a fear free veterinarian? Oh my goodness. There are so many reasons for that. I mean, the primary reason is that they don't need to feel terrified or, as I said earlier, like they are going to die. I've met in my career, which, as you point out, has been for decades now. I've met perhaps thousands of veterinarians. And thousands of veterinary nurses. I've never met one, not one. That hasn't gone into the business to help, to help, in this case companion animals. But when these pets are terrified, their hearts break, the hearts break of the people that are bringing them in, caretakers of their family members with four legs, their hearts break and they become stressed, which increases the animal stress even more. And this vicious cycle doesn't even have to be good. We can do better than that. And doing better than that isn't only on the veterinary profession. It's on all of us as well. If you do one thing today, if you're surfing one particular website, I encourage you to go to fear, free pets dot com, fear free pets dot com to learn a little more how you can make your home a fair free happy home and how you can find a fear free certified vet. Of course, links to everything you've heard on today's show over at animal radio pet. Steve, thank you so much for coming on the show. You guys are wild. Thank you so much. Take care of yourself. Thank you. We're going to head back to the phones for your calls next. This portion of animal radio was underwritten by fear free. The veterinarian isn't typically thought of as your pet's favorite place to go. With fear free, that all changes. To learn more and find a certified fear free veterinary professional near you, visit fear free pets dot com. How would you like to save money on nearly all your prescription drugs? We've set up a special toll free number for the Rx outreach program. They're a nonprofit company whose mission it is to make prescription drugs more affordable to the masses. They don't take insurance. And in many cases, your prescriptions are even cheaper than your co pays. They carry thousands of different prescription drugs. So whatever you're taking, there's a good chance they have it. No coupons are required, and this is not a discount card. It is pure savings on your prescription drugs. They specialize in generic meds for any chronic health needs you have. 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"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

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05:08 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"You know, and by the time if you can even do it, run all over your house, grab the cat who screaming. All the way and stuff that cat into the carrier. There are people that can't physically do that. But even if you can get that done by the time you get to the veterinary office, there isn't much even the best veterinarian on earth can do to calm that cat down at that point. And in fact, I really do believe that many cats, it's not most. Many dogs at the veterinary clinic believe they are going to die. That's how bad it is. Sure. Now, imagine this picture this carrier comes out and the cat just hops in. Picture this. You drive in your car just like that to the veterinary clinic and you park your car legally in their parking lot, you jump out of the car and the dog is actually dragging you into the clinic. Life can really be that way. We're with Steve Dale certified animal behavior consultant and awesome radio show host. You've had pets for decades. How has your personal experience at the vet hospital changed? I wonder about the decade part. People have begun to call me old. I don't know. Yes, I have. As I say, I kind of cheat because I'm a what I do. I'm a behavior consultant. And this has been a passion of mine for a very long time. Cats are under medicalized in this country. And there are many reasons for that. And I can define exactly what those reasons are. But one of those reasons, make the biggest, most considerable reason. And I get it from a cat caretakers perspective is simply getting them there in the first place. So very difficult to do. And I will say the best veterinarian on the planet can not treat a cat or a dog that's not coming in. I mean, you can't diagnose an animal, you're not seeing. I don't care how good you are. So getting them there seemed to be for years of prime importance to me. And I'd been teaching these kitten socialization classes for a very long time now. So I have been, I must say, practicing what I preach. And I have videos of our dogs. You know how dogs, when I don't know, you tell me you guys, I mean, is there somewhere in your area that offers maybe the local bank or the local dry cleaner or whatever, that offers cookies, to the dogs, when the dogs go by that place, they will drag you. They realize. Right? And they take you for a walk now, and they drag you into the door. Well, that's how our dogs feel about the veterinary clinic. We are with certified animal behavior consultant and extremely talented radio host, Steve Dale, and we'll take a quick break. We'll be back. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. All right, this is Bob Barker on animal radio reminding you to help control the pet population, have your pets spayed or neutered. Do you have a home that you don't want anymore? We can buy it from you within 24 hours. Any homes, size or condition. For over 20 years, we've been buying homes for cash and helping homeowners sell their homes immediately, with no listings or strangers walking through your home. Are you moving? Did you lose your job? Going through a divorce. Whatever the reason if you're in a bind and you know that you need to sell your house fast, call the expert team at I need to sell my house fast. We'll make you a serious cash offer to buy your home in 24 hours and let you walk away from it. No listing, no waiting. Sell any home any size any condition now. Call the expert team at I need to sell my house fast. Make this free call now. 800 four 7 8 6 O 8 four 804 7 8 6 O 8 four 804 7 8 6 zero 8 four that's 804 7 8 60 84. You're listening

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08:05 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Happy holy days from your Friends at 5 O friendly magazine, the fall winter issue is available now for your dog to sniff out all the great vital friendly hotels and great products to set all tails wagging. This is the must have issue of the year so subscribe today at vital friendly dot com with code honey and get a 15% discount. Make this a gift for an additional $10 for your final loving friends and have a fight of fabulous holiday. Remember if you have questions about anything you've heard on today's show, visit us over at animal radio pet or download the animal radio app for iPhone Android and BlackBerry all updated all new. It is cool. It is free and you actually look sexier with the app. Not a lot of people know that is one of the effects, but if you download it to your phone, you look sexier. Like, look, do I look sexier than I did before I download it? Of course, you're saying, so there's so many reasons to download it. So do it now. This is an animal radio news update. I'm Laurie Brooks. It's obvious there's a growing problem these days with fake service dogs, especially ESD's, those are the emotional support dogs that are out there. 19 states have now enacted laws cracking down on people who try to pass off their pets as service animals and Massachusetts might be added to that list soon as they are considering a similar law. But the toughest of the anti fake service dog law is already in existence. You'll find that in California, where the maximum penalty is a $1000 fine and up to 6 months in jail. The Americans with disabilities act, you've heard of that. It requires all places that are open to the public to give access to service dogs and their owners. And the ADA permits those locations to ask only two questions of the owners. One, whether the dog is required because of a disability, and the second question is, what tasks does the dog perform? Well, it's actually, did you know this illegal for them to request documentation for the dog or to ask about the nature of the owner's disability? I get that part, but I don't know why you can't ask to see certification. Probably because there are so many now that really aren't the registries or the certifying agencies that they are expected to be. But the crux of the issue is the growing use of emotional support dogs ESD's, which are intended to provide comfort to those who have anxiety and other, sometimes hard to diagnose emotional problems. Some of them may have received special training, although experts say the training for ESD's is nowhere near as rigorous as the training for service dogs who are trained for years to help the blind death in those with certain medical conditions. By the way, emotional support dogs are not covered under the Americans with disabilities act and can legally be denied access to public places. Yeah, I didn't know that either. So something to be aware of if you have faked dogs papers before. A service animal is trained for literally thousands of hours and many years to be in public places in non reactive. In fact, you should hardly even know that a service animal is there. And technically, when you say service animal, that means only that covers only dogs and miniature horses. And those service animals have, well, there have actually been documented cases of those legitimate service animals, mostly dogs, being attacked by untrained emotional support dogs. Besides bad behavior, though, another way to tell the difference between a real and highly trained service dog is, and this is according to trainers, owners of real service dogs they say do not carry them in shopping carts or purses. And that is not an inflammatory remark. The rule is for on the floor. And what that means is all four feet on the ground at all times when a dog is performing a task, requested by the handler. But more and more Americans are in favor of a national certified program and registry for legitimately trained service dogs. They say this problem will not stop until that happens. I'm Lori Brooks. Get more breaking animal news any time at animal radio dot com. This has been an animal radio news update. Get more at animal radio dot com. Hi. This is park overall. I am the thrill of the best animal radio. Play. Stay in new to your animals. Please. Check out animal radio highlights, all the good stuff without the blah blah blah. Browse on over to animal radio pet. This portion of animal radio is underwritten by fear free. Fear free takes the pet out of petrified and puts the treat into treatment to learn more and find a certified beer free veterinary professional near you. Visit fear free pets dot com. It's animal radio. Celebrating the connection with our pets. We'll head back to those phones in just a couple of seconds for your calls for doctor Debbie and Joey vellani. And we are about, oh, I'm going to say a little over an hour away from Eric Burdon of the animals. Joining us. And what is he doing? What does have to do with animals? You'll just have to stick around and wait to find out. But right now, we welcome to the airwave Steve Dale. And I must admit, we both have radio shows, and when we get together, it must be pretty important what we want to talk about here. And it is, of course, very important today. It is the fear free movement, which we've talked about for many years, the fear of free movement, having to do with making veterinary visits easier for your pet. So that they like going to the vet. But now there's fear free, happy homes too. So there's ways to make your home a fear free home too. And I'll tell you a little more about that in just a couple of minutes. Steve, welcome to the show. It's great to be here. Thank you so much. So when did you first hear about fear free? Well, before I had its name, fear free myself and a lot of the veterinary behaviors. In fact, all of the I would daresay all of the veterinary behaviorists and great veterinarian named Sophia yin, doctor RK Anderson. And many, many other people were practicing what you were talking about, but it did not have the marketing term for free. And the brilliant Marty Becker came up to me, doctor Becker at one of the veterinary conferences and said, I have an idea just like that. Did you know at that time that his idea was that he was really onto something? Yes, because I did instantly get it. In fact, I'm not even sure I let all the words just fall out of his mouth. Before I interrupted and said, I get it because I've been talking about this sort of thing for a very long time. What doctor Bekker, however, did was encompass the sorts of things I'm talking about with even the architecture of exam rooms and veterinary clinics with the latest research that's out there as to even what colors pets may prefer. The idea playing classical music in the clinic and all that sort of thing. You know what though fear free the concept really begins in home. So I'm so glad that he began this notion of fear free, happy homes. If the cat, let's take a cat because that's an easier example. The carrier comes out and where is your cat? He's running. He saw you with the carrier. He's out of there. Yeah. I mean, even if they do build that wall to Mexico, the cat's going to climb over it. The cats out of here,

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"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

06:41 min | 2 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Radio celebrating the connection with our pets. And I'm smiling because ladybug just got off her brilliant patch. She just did, I think at number two. Number one, and number two on the brilliant pad. Yeah, duty on it. Yes. And as you know, if you're a longtime listener, we've been testing out the brilliant pad for several months now. And as well as about 12 of our listeners have been testing it out. We've had some amazing results. Last week, the founder Alan cook was on Shark Tank. How are you doing, Alan? Doing fantastic. I am absolutely exhausted. The response to this show has been overwhelming. Well, this is very exciting, of course, Shark Tank has launched thousands of products. It was so much fun. And it was so surreal. The whole experience was bananas. I mean, the amazing thing is you see the show on TV, you feel like you know the people because you've been watching them for so long. And yet you realize you're standing in the same room and I have no problem talking to people and in front of crowds, and yet I don't think I've never been in front of 5 sharks. I've never been in front of millions of people at the same time. It was completely crazy. Were you nervous? You didn't look. You were looked calm and cool. You know, I think I was fine. It was one of those things where the adrenaline had kicked in. The most nerve wracking aspect is you stand behind the doors and then they open and you walk. And I get behind the doors. And then someone's half me on the shoulder and says, hold on, we need to adjust something on the set. Please wait. It's kind of like your icing the kicker and a football game. So there's a 5 minute delay. Then the other thing that happens, and there's a whole bunch of articles to talk about this. Once you walk through the doors, you don't start into your pitch right away. You stand on a spot, and then you sit there for, I don't know, a half a minute, a minute. And what happens is the cameras go around to get lots of photography that's used elsewhere that they just need that they need to cut in throughout the episode. So you have this really awkward beginning where you stand there. And you're just kind of waiting. And of course, the nerves are building because you're ready to go. And you just got to wait and then you get the cute and then it's like you see on TV. How long are you actually standing there negotiating? I mean, in the show, it's just a couple minutes. Is it, you know, I would lengthy time that they cut down or is it that fast? I was in the tank total of about 45 minutes. Wow. And I've been told that's typical. You're typically in there about 45 minutes to an hour. The shortest tapings are as little as 20 minutes. Some have gone on as long as two hours. And yet they all boil that down to what you see on TV. But the show has been around the cast, the crew is professional, I'm not a professional TV person, nor a really anyone, any of the other contestants on the show. And they did a really nice job of just trying to make you as comfortable as possible. Kevin got a chance to smell the brilliant pad roll that was a month old in a month old. That was the best part. Wasn't that cool? That's got to stink to high heaven. And I know people are going to ask about that. They're like, how does the machine work? I got it, wait a second. So the waist is going to stay there for a long time. Isn't that going to smell? And we're like, no. So when they asked us about it, we had a soiled roll ready to go. And he's like, bring that to me. And then he smokes it like a cigar. It was completely bananas. But when he said, I'm really impressed. I expected it to smell. And it doesn't, even the other sharks were like, they passed it around. That didn't make it to air, but were really impressed that this doesn't smell. And we're so excited because that really helps us explain to people and show people how well brilliant pads contain the odor. And first out of the gate was Kevin, he offered you what I believe at a half million loan or debt. Kevin, you know, deal with all sorts of loan features and payback, but then Lori jumped in and they started negotiating with each other. And we were very happy with where things landed in the end. Yes, and Laurie, I got to say she was the one that, of course, ultimately ended up investing and she is a very pet friendly. She loves Patsy, has a few other pet items. Yeah, she does a terrific job selling products. She connects with women, so many of our brilliant pad customers are the same people that worry already has a relationship with. And we're really excited how we can grow our sales with her help. I have to wonder, everything's great for dogs under 25 pounds, but when, you know, I don't have a dog that's under 50. Pounds. So do you see anything on the horizon for bigger dogs? Absolutely. So first off, the machines really strong. And even though we say it's for 25 pounds and under, I could stand on a machine and jump up and down and it will be fine. So as it is, we have some larger dogs that already use beryllium pad. If your dog can go on a potty pad, that's about 24 inches by 23 or smaller. Even if heavier, they'll have no problem on the machine. And yes, we are looking ahead to having a larger version in the future. So if you go to our website, brilliant pad dot com and enter your name and email address, we can let you know when the bigger model will be ready. Alan, thank you so much for joining us. Really appreciate it. Thanks for everything guys. Keep me posted. Will do. Take care. Bye bye. Bye. Lori, what are you working on? Well, there's a lot of outrage these days over, shall I say, fake service animals. But it's not really so much the service dogs, you know, those who predict, you know, when somebody's going to have a heart attack or their blood sugar is going to drop really low. Or those that help blind and deaf people, it's more over what they call the ESD's, the emotional service dogs. That are not really certified. We're going to talk about some of the things that are being done to try and curb the fakery, people buying certificates from fake registries and vests off Amazon and things like that. And some of the big things that are happening, how states are coming back and trying to combat the problem too.

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"eric burdon" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:10 min | 5 months ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Comfortable And. well, I played this fairly regularly and I always tell you who it's bi. So you should remember memory contests and knowledge going really, but I really want to know what it has in common with every other meeting playing. And that's only this week, but last week as well, all of the bumper stumpers have one thing in common. I know you're saying, wait a minute, it has something in common with an inside look that you played last hour yet. Actually, it does. So, who are they? Maybe when just for that. And what's the theme? And as I say, well, we'll keep this going another week at least if you don't get the theme, but I don't know if somebody will immediately immediately say, I know that answer. And I'm kind of counting on it. 888-876-5593. That's 88, 88 rally, and we're in the middle of talking with Stephanie in Madison. And we were doing charts from September 12th, 1970, we just got to number 7, Julie Julie Julie, do you love me? And I said the next two are worse. Oh, God, are they? I'm nauseous just thinking about it. Number 8, close to you. Oh God, oh yeah. The carpenters. Number 9, make it with you. Oh, Brad. I know, I'm telling you. Number ten spill the wine. Oh, that Eric Burdon. And the animals. No, no, come on. Eric Burdon and war. Yes. Yes, that's right. Oh, God, yes. Yes. Yes, yes, you're a winner. Let's see how far you go. Number 11, candida. Oh, God. Tony Orlando and dawn. Yes, just dawn actually, but good enough. Yeah, I don't know why they would write a song about a yeast infection, but oh well, number two. I know. Don't play that song. Don't play that song. Oh, God. Don't play that song. Obviously it's Aretha Franklin. Yes, it is. It's the Aretha Franklin remake. I'm so sorry to say, 13. Signs, sealed and delivered. I'm yours. Oh, Stevie Wonder. 14 snowbird. Oh, God. Snowbird. Anne Marie. 15. The 1970 version of I, who have nothing. Oh my God. I'm blanking on. No, what's good, dude. It's to your credit that she wouldn't know Tom Jones redid that. How you probably wrecked it too. Yeah, I know the pain of it all on parrot. All right, but you did very well, so you're a winner. Hang on. Don't go away. Could you also play for requests? My wife can't cook by Lonnie Ross. Oh yeah, I have played. That one's fun. That one's just absolutely cracks me up. So yay. And also I wanted to mention, I heard Leo talking to him, I get a lot of folks that come on here and you guys talking, but talking about hair color and as your hair is messed up how bad it can make you feel. I my hair color is kind of. Oh, it's brownish blonder. I can get away with blond hair if it's not really soft color, but I dyed it platinum one time. It made my God, if you don't get the wrong color, I make your skin look horrible. I look like I. Anyway, it's been a blast. I have enjoyed this so much. We will talk soon. Okay, thanks. You got it. All right. All right. So Stephanie is a winner, and I believe John has her address of not Stephanie called back. But I'm pretty sure that he can add to Stephanie's stash in Madison, Wisconsin. She's absolutely right. Now we go back to Stacy and algonquin, who wanted her Alfred Hitchcock movie question, and I got one for you. Are you ready, Stacy? I hope so. Okay, well, you know, there's wonderful Alfred Hitchcock movie so many of them only one of them won the Academy Award for Best Picture. What was it? Was it psycho? It was Rebecca in 1940. Rebecca. You don't think I'd remember that? Oh man, was the only one, you know? It was certainly up for a lot of awards, but that was the only best picture he ever won for Rebecca. Wow. Yeah. Oh, well. Well, we will talk to you again soon. Yes, yes. Take your arms. All right, so I was good to hear from Stephanie. 888-876-5593 that would be 88 88 rally and Scott in Chicago. Welcome back to WGN radio. What do you think? How are you guys doing? All right, how about yourself, Scott? Not too bad. That's too bad. I'm trying to take a guess on that question about what was not you said, what was it talked about? It was never seen nor part of any discussion on a television show prior to the mid 1980s. I'm going to take a guess at gay sex. Nope. But it's a nice guess. Got any other thoughts? Let's see. What was that talked about or shown? Sleeping together? No. Nope. 'cause you said to that other girl that sex was too broad. So I'm thinking it's somewhere in that zone. Well, you know, I don't know. I just can't throw out half of the possible answers, whether it is or not. I mean, come on. What do you think about when you think about what wasn't seen on TV? Got a half of them had something to do with sex, so I can't, I can't narrow it. A couple sleeping together on TV? Nope. First one of those 40s. I'm going to come up with something about I'm just remembering Dick Van Dyke. That's awesome. Oh, I know with a twin beds and Lucy as well. Well, there was a 40s show. I forget the name of it now, but there was a couple shown in bed together the same bed in the 40s. Of course, back then only 7 people had television sets. So who knew? All right. Thanks for calling. Keep thinking. All right. Have a great night there. You take yeah, I'm trying to think about that. It is something and something. I forget, but everybody used to talk about how Lucy and desi didn't sleep in the same bed. Of course, the Dick Van Dyke show, Laura and rob Petrie didn't sleep in the same bed. Yeah, we know. It's not that. I'll look up that 40 show, so we find out in which one it was. But I'm sure I'm sure nobody listening to this show ever saw it. And I'm sure no kinescopes left of that. All right, so we have Jim and bolingbroke. Welcome back to WGN radio. Hi, rally. How are you?

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"eric burdon" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"eric burdon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"eric burdon" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Please at route 22 Toyota dot com. Charlie Kirk. Weekday afternoons at 12 on AM 9 70 Theater jersey Joe on the radio. Keep it going, big guy. Let's hit the road on the radio baby won't be Buster. You be away. Mm hmm. What happened? Did the player that I was playing it on? Just, you know, decided to shut off its job, but its job I can be blinded by the administrator. Uh, sure. We could do that e mean, You know what? That Chuck Berry saucy? That's right. I learned all about the black. So you're saying the unit that I use is racist. Just say okay. Racist was she's super. But you know, I would listen to all the stones and I learned from Eric Burdon and for Mick Jagger and all those guys. That's how I learned about My goodness gracious Sonny Rollins and jazz or or muddy waters. You know, it was that was Chuck Berry, who you can't catch me. Brilliant, brilliant song. The Stones recreated all those songs you know, which was so so so smart, you know, And then it let us baby boomers the stable who started those songs, and it was the black blues artist from Chicago. That really that the British invasion took all those songs from so great news. Great music in the sixties. We still as the boomers hold the best means we're the best music generation. You gotta be because we listen to Frank Sinatra's certainly but we also had some incredible rock and roll. Hey seven for another radio stations. You'd hear that entire song but this radio station stop playing it so so The Today's National Pizza Day, by the way. National Pizza Day. Well, so now, now, now what? So what's your favorite pizza for me? What do you think? My favorite piece? I know you're gonna say yeah, it's the one that doesn't involve cheese or sauce because you just take everything off and eat the bread. Which you know, or you eat the cheese or whatever it is that they like the frequencies. Just eat a slice of pizza. Every other human being. Nobody's asking you to eat the whole pie. Just one slice. We went out. We all went out for pizza thing, and we had a whole thing. And so I'm sitting there and I go home theory now, so the pizza come down. I will take clearly as soon as it's warm. And I will take a bite of a pizza in the best pizza for me was on Bloomfield Avenue. It was a place called Caldwell Pizza, and I did it on an ABC special called the New Jersey Special, and I highlighted neck and the guys at that cold pizza. We went in, and I said, What's the secret your sauce, and he said, my cigar ashes because he would always have this. The guard in the cigar ashes would fall into this right. But the trick was to me he would put olive oil on the bottom. Of the dome before he put it into the oven. I n n e would pour more olive oil on the top. So when you got that, and Mom and dad would get the pizza, and we would have, like Friday night, we would get Cold War pizzeria and it was like dripping and it was thin crust, and it was. That's the way I Oh, I always like the pizza. So now because I'm older, I said, Well, you can't lose the calories as easy as you want. So I'll take the first bite with the cheese, and it's really one of the great foods of all time. Aside for my mother's lasagna, I think pizza is like my favorite. I just love it. But then I'm with the guys and I can't keep I can't justify at my age eating the whole pizza. So what I will do is I know this sounds crazy. I'll scrape the cheese off the top, right. I was scared. She got drunk, everybody great, And then I'll take Parmesan cheese because and I'll Sprinkle it on and I'll still have the flavor of the big boots. Adele on the scapula, and I have a little problem. Got some virtually you're eating. The low calorie of the Joe cooked. Of course, you know the nice thing crust like that, with with the Parmesan on the top with the flavor of the mood, said L. And you cut your calories by that fucking enjoying any 9%. How do you find joy in this? It's like having a steak without having a steak. Well, it's like I was nothing when I have a little afraid of state. Guys bust my chops, Hockey puck burger. How do you is it? Well, then I go burn it, please, to respect Tell the chef and Don't tell the chef bring some catch it. I like. Don't tell the chef a woman who's cooking it. Who's cooking it possibly right in front of you, You know? Don't tell the chef who y Yeah, That's what I always say So, but the shell if I said something marvelous, distinct, looks marvelous. No, because I said I said you appeal. Yeah, Reggie, by the way, But you know when I have the steak, and I have this taken and is burned like that you could always see the chef sneaks A look at who is that guy that wants to burn steak like, But I do the same thing with the pizza, but my favorite pieces just you know. Tomato and basil. Just Pomodoro. Just nice. Nice and easy. You know, like a Neapolitan. Just easy. I don't put tape a pepperoni on a tape associates on it. Oh, you haven't hand Children. Oh, no, no Pineapple, though. That's no. No pineapple on him is fantastic on pizza. People gonna think that's great. I'm telling you, you don't knock it until you try it. It's actually really good. Meatball on pizzas. Fantastic. So sausage. That sounds good. That sounds there's a bunch of different things that you could put on pizza that make it great. I know that the pineapple and ham thing is a blast from the thing for a lot of people, but I actually enjoy it. But I'm fat. So you know, I I enjoyed pretty much anything except Angel. I hold up to New Jersey pizzerias in high regard that would be Star Tavern, which is I believe in East Orange Start. And where did that and then the best one of all is Routes Pizzeria and Nutley. That actually sounds like recently won. It's incredible. Recommend that the question is this and you can call 87797 29 99. Does Staten Island have the best pizza? You I'd have pizzas that Danny Aiello rest is wonderful soul took me out to Staten Island and we went to a pizzeria. And I wish I could remember the name of it. Fantastic. It was an individual store. There wasn't no matter what Yeah, maybe Joe and Parks Kevin there. Yes, I've been there and and that is spectacular. Might have been that Staten Island's.

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