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"joe worley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:45 min | 5 months ago

"joe worley" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Think that we can help you with back out of it at any time, Obviously, there's no charge. Donation driven and people like Bill Jack, you know that helping pay for it. So you know, if you're interested, you go to the dogs dot org's. You can also donate their if you, you know, it's not something that Something you want to support. There's also volunteer opportunities. And we're actually having a giving bark. Thursday on July 9th, just the online giving giving bark Thursday. Isn't that great? Yeah, this and where is that going to be held? It's actually online. It's online. So you know, they got a long island. So you know they're they're taking all of this very seriously. We've everything that we're doing right now is gone virtual Well, that's true. Yeah, that's this for sure. Um, Well, I I think that that's great. You know, we've been talking here with Joe Worley's You work with America's Vetdogs. I'm I'm guessing or you just do you work with them. When I got my first art, Benjamin I It probably didn't take me two months before I realized I had to get involved. I think this takes something that made that much difference in my life and not get involved. Volunteering in 2008 actually working for him on 2015 So Yeah, uh Obviously I fell in love with you because I am you know, 12 years later and still still pumping it out. That I think I think it's terrific. And especially since you have you know your own dog that you got from America's that dogs and, um how meaningful that these dogs art are to you. And to all the veterans and all the all the people out there that have service dogs have how important those things are. Where is Vetdogs located? They're in Smithtown, Long Island. If the national organization of instance I lived down in Georgia Okay, so they're their own We've got. We've got people in every state either workers or doc teams. Um, never. Maybe Alaska. I don't know. I wouldn't be surprised if that's a good question. I'm going to find out about Alaska. There you go. That's that's for your next interview, right? Well, Jo Ellan, Thank you very much for for being on veterans Radio today. And I I wish you the best of luck with your new dog, and I wish you Ah wish American vet Dog's the best of luck with their products and their fundraising. And I think it's just a great organization and it just looks like, uh It's really a meaningful saying that you and that dog's air doing I thank you very much for being on the program. Thank you for continuing to support veterans, whether I really appreciate you. Thank you. That's what we all do. That's what we all need to do. So thanks very much. I can't. Why thank you. How is Joe Worley? He was works with America's Vetdogs. He also has his own dog, and one of their fundraisers is Dogs. They're called Vetdogs treats. And if you go to Vetdogs treats Too many yeses bet dogs treats dot com. Ah, there's a list of where you can and you can buy these treats for your dogs, and it also helps. Raise funding for American vet dogs, so Check it out. I think you'll find it very interesting. Um, we're going to take a real quick break. And when we come back, we've got him or Ah little bit local, um, story about dogs, service dogs and the training of service dogs and oh, So we're going to be talking with the Guardian Angels medical service dogs and then got another great story, But I think that you're going to enjoy. So we're gonna take a real quick break Right now. You're listening to veterans radio, and we will be right back. This is Thomas Red. Rascal Flatts. They this is Jake Owen, This.

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"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:36 min | 5 months ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:14 min | 5 months ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"We've got a giving bark Thursday. Yes, I know the name is wonderful. Giving Bark Thursday on July night. You can go through dogs dot org. And you can donate. There's opportunities to volunteer there. There's also. There's also applications of for. If you're a veteran, yourself doesn't cost you anything. Go free to apply if you like, we can help you. we you know we'd love to. But we giving stay on July night and that dogs dot org. Joe, Worley I, so appreciate your taking the time this morning and for I. Let you go just wanted to ask you as we are. On July, Fourth Eve, and we are looking at celebrating the two hundred and forty fourth anniversary of the birth of this nation, and it seems as though there are some parallels there, although different in terms of the outcome when our founders were creating a nation, and it seems as though our detractors are tearing a nation apart your thoughts. You know I think that. If you're listening to the news to tell you who you should love and forgive shouldn't love. You're not listening to your heart. And you're not paying attention to the individual connections that we have with each other, and so you know this country's not perfect, but no families perfect. Nobody's perfect. All people were all we all have our little hypocrisies. I think that if we can find common goal like you know any nonprofit work, really anything like that anything. That's outside yourself. It's bigger than yourself. That's the kind of stuff you should focus on intrigue. People like individuals because you can't Croup. Everybody into into one big pile. Military. Veteran Joe Worley certainly a source of inspiration and hope this morning. Certainly appreciate your taking the time for your service to this great nation for your ongoing service to all those who have suffered the the wounds and the hidden wounds war. Certainly really do salute you particularly now on the fourth of July well the day before. Thanks so much for having me. You Bet you bet.

"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:35 min | 5 months ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"The Florida Brazil the dog will actually spread spread its legs and sort of brace itself for you to to use some of its way to help stand up. retrievals a big thing. If you've ever been in a wheelchair dropped something on your wheelchair and the dog is a lot easier than rolling. That thing like I've done twice. US. So you have to have a highly developed sense of humor in order to cope with everything that you deal with. You Know I. think that's just life though like like I. I've I've spoken with so many people that were in traumatic situations had nothing to do with or people that are military. Don't have a monopoly on on trauma and I've. I've had some great conversations with people that were even in. Domestic violence situations are bad car, accident or a a parrot dying of cancer, like these horrible things that happen to people all calls the same kind of pain, and and I've realized I can bond with anybody. Joe! Worley joins US this morning from America's. That dogs. I'm looking at a picture here and I. Don't know the data this piece. This was back in twenty hundred sixteen, and I certainly hope that Benjamin is still with you, but such an amazing picture of you walking with your service dog of Benjamin forming that impenetrable bond once again over the course of eight years. Tell us about Benjamin. So Benjamin's a golden retriever. got him in two thousand eight in the first on campus class for Americans. That dogs they're been long island but I'm a boy. You haven't picked up on the accent a little bit. Over. Login, Maryetta, for awhile. Get you. Dot Their? Guard? I wish don't. Hey I know where you're per. You GotTa have your priorities in order to. Eat more. And so I got involved with Americans. That's all because of. The way that Benjamin changed my entire life, so Benjamin such an incredible dog that as soon as I had him I guess it was around two months I realize I can't just take this beautiful wonderful thing. And and not put back in because one of the biggest benefit that I found outside of physical stuff that Benjamin did for me was. The fact that he was an ambassador between me and people who may not have the same experiences. I may not have the same life steep from from Aurora. But you know there's something about dogs that bring people together, and I it's a unifying thing, and and that was something that I thought I. I love people and so I love. Anything that is a unifying factor in America's. That dog says has in my life personally than that for me. Tell us about the partnership between Bill Jack and America's vet. Dogs and America's that dogs treats. So we, it's a donation. Only i. mean that's the. Primary source of America's dogs income is is donations. another part of that is brand, licensing, and so Bill Doc. There you know premium dog food. First of all. They're great people. I met the people before I knew anything about the product, and they had made a treat. Am wanted me in an open. GM on the front of it. And that's been all the way back since like twenty twelve and they've raised over a million dollars just selling that treat with my face on it. Somehow I feel like it might. It might have sold more with somebody else. I'm. Famous gals there you go there, you go, you know. I just love the self deprecating sense of humor because it's something I share with you Joe. I heard. Earlier about. It was I was like Oh, my Gosh, sitting room and just beat absolutely ridiculous and not say of note for two hours. Well a little bit of snark goes a long way, right? Go to one. Yeah, that is for sure. Where can we learn more if we want to support if we want to help? Where can we learn more about America's? That dogs? Everything crazy going on fundraising some pretty tough soon to order until like mitigate that we have a on Thursday the ninth..

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"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:06 min | 5 months ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Thank you so much for having me. You Bet Joe. Take us back to that fateful day in Iraq in two thousand and four. I was a as a Cormon. Your Medic Marines. Marines don't have their own medical and we were doing a. Trying to take care of a guy who could open the back of his leg when my marines while you were setting up camp. And so. We were GONNA end up taking him back and trying to sue the back of his leg up. Be First vehicle in the convoy. Was it with an ID and I jump about to run up to to try to help and got hit on foot with another improvised explosive device and. Ended up losing my left leg above the knee and my right leg, severely damaged. I ended up Somehow being awake, still get some hard headed blessed. And I was able to roll over and put attorney and on and on the left side, and oppress addressing the right and. They were marines were able to come. Get me in Take Me. Take me back to base and. Took me a little short nap. Woke up and Baghdad and then long stolen then finally got to go back to the great. United States of America, and was actually able to meet my three month old daughter for the very first time in the hospital. What a beautiful experience on top of such a tragic one because I can't imagine not only the the physical pain that you endured as you had so many surgeries over a course of the year, but the the mental impact. How did you overcome that? You know in in a Lotta ways in a lot of people think that the people that are physically and you don't get me wrong. It's awful. I mean the pain is awful, but the hardest stuff. The deal with is is the mental side because physical injury is difficult, but not complicated complicated things, or what takes on. I think in a lot of ways I was blessed is good support system. I had a lot of people around me that were. Kind of going through the same thing, so I didn't feel isolated I didn't feel alone and and you know my poor wife is like. One hundred and twenty pounds, and I'm like fixed three to twenty so. I was trying to learn how to walk I, just didn't. Hated, asking her to do more, you know this was already doing so much and and so that's why I think that the service dog thing appeal to me so much. And that's when you Manta. To read National Military Medical, center, and deuce mate such a difference in that led you to vet dogs. If I'm not mistaken, right America's bet dogs. Exactly true I, just it was like watching lassie in front of me I just had never seen a dog that was so well trained, and not just well trained. It wasn't like the dog was reluctantly doing these things the dog was in heaven. They'd always happier than when it was just walking around and saying hey people. It was an amazing. So I of course but application, because who doesn't want voice. Is With you was. That was the biggest appeal initially until I started realizing what says they started you because it wasn't even you know that big of a thing in like. Oh, six or seven people were not really talking about it. So when I got. You, what do service dogs do for our injured military veterans? I mean it seems to me. It's not only. Helping you and others cope through everyday tasks that well. You used to be able to do on your own, but once again there is that that bond that just? inpenetrable bond that develops between you and your service dog. Incredible, so America's, we train for for all sorts of things. Hearing is in Caesar Response Nightmare Interruption, PTSD a physical task like opening Handicap Doors Colin wolters retrieval bracing went I house like me to get in and out of.

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"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:13 min | 5 months ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Parenthetically, if you have a clear view of mercury on the horizon in the East, northeast and Jupiter and Saturn on the horizon in the southwest, so as we look forward to our fourth of July festivities As a result of COVID, nineteen might be a little bit different, but I also have a complete list of July fourth festivities. Yeah, we've seen a lot of cancellations as a result of covid nineteen, but there are plenty of opportunities to celebrate albeit from a safe social distance throughout northern Colorado and will run through that complete list about seven o'clock this morning, all right coming up looking forward to our interview with the someone, very. Very special as we anticipate celebrating a very special day in this nation, after being critically injured in Iraq US Navy hospital corpsman third class, Joe Worley well. He thought he was going to die. He underwent numerous grueling surgeries over the period of year this on his road to recovery, and then he meant Deuce a military service dog that experience led him to America's vet dogs and his service dog. Benjamin a puppy with a purpose. Of puppy he could lean on both literally and figuratively now a volunteer with America's Vet Dogs Joe Wurley joins us this morning at six thirty, five, also looking forward conversation this morning as well with the good doctor Dr Thomas. Wetter, of course, founder. President of speakeasy ideas, you can learn more at a speak. EASY IDEAS DOT com. A had the great pleasure of going through his seminar of Vino Veritas. Many of you did learning about the founders and the federalist papers, certainly a timely interview as we talk about the founding of this nation, the sixteen nineteen project,.

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"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:10 min | 5 months ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Nine, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, eight, seven, seven, three, five, three, thirteen, ten, dropped me attacks on our thirteen ten KFI text line at three, one, nine, nine, six, six, twenty, four, now, thirteen, ten Kfi, am morning, sweet gale live and local via the auto collisions, specialists studios on northern Colorado's voice thirteen. Thirteen ten KFI K. Eight, thirteen ten KFI K. dot com, well as we celebrate Independence Day, the birth of our nation tomorrow, the firmament, getting into the act as well and sky watchers. Well, we're all in for a treat this as the buck moon, the so-called Buck Moon or the July full moon rises in the sky. There also be a partial lunar eclipse. Now July's full moon will rise after sunset in the evening of July. Fourth Saturday July fourth before reaching peak illumination at twelve, forty, four, four, a. m., eastern time on Sunday July fifth is according to the old farmer's Almanac look toward the southeast to watch it rise above the horizon. The old farmer's Almanac explains that the buck moon earned its name. Because well, it occurs at a time of the year. When abuts antlers are in full growth mode another name for the Buck Moon is the thunder moon now NASA notes that there will be a partial. Eclipse of the Moon, and this lunar eclipse of the moon passes through the outer Earth are the outer part. Excuse me, the shadow of the moon will be close enough to oppose the son that its northern edge will pass through the partial shadow of the earth. EXPLAINS NASA on its website, although visible from the Americas the slight dimming part of the moon should be difficult or well almost impossible. Impossible, to notice without instrumentation, break out the telescope, the moon will appear fool for about three days around the eclipse from Friday evening into Monday morning making this a full moon weekend now last.

"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

07:37 min | 5 months ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"The Star spangled Banner Put Thomas, Jefferson and storage and say America's founding began in sixteen nineteen. But for all that. They can't make the fourth of July. Disappear writes down on Daniel Haniger in the Wall Street Journal. Rewriting history doesn't yet include eliminating daily turns of the calendar, so they will have to endure the hard fact that between July third and July. Fifth falls the fourth of July and the fact that well most Americans still believe this day is about the signing of the Declaration of independence on July fourth seventeen, seventy six. Okay, actually it was signed July second, but we won't get into the weeds there. This is the most notable. July fourth in a long long time, because well the United States. All of a sudden. Is In the midst of a revolutionary movement until now for the most part, the fourth of July was a holiday celebrated by everyone in the United States which some exceptions as an American tradition. Traditions that are now being toppled as quickly as statues are across the nation. The message being sent by the protesters in the street. Is your traditions. Don't mean, thank us, and we'll toss them out as we see. FIT The unruly mob. Each year nearly every town holds a fourth of July parade well this year as a result of covid nineteen, that's a somewhat different, celebrates with fireworks, but unfortunately the fireworks that we have seen going off across the country, both literally and figuratively these days are meant to intimidate, and not to celebrate the birth and the realization of the dream. That is this nation. Fourth of July is or was a day of families joined in expressions, patriotism with American flags flying this year. Families somewhat divided. The airfield was shouted bitterness and somewhere this weekend. An American flag will most certainly be burned. The Nation isn't a revolutionary movement, not just because of the street protests after the death of George Floyd, or because of the pulling down of a president's monuments and other monuments. On their own, these demonstrations wouldn't come to much because primarily, if the on camera interviews conducted with protesters representative, the substance of their protest, his well unformed. It's ephemeral. It's rather diffused. Fireworks Lard Large, loud and startling. Well. It's pretty apt metaphor would you agree. The. Important element is the acts of consent from America's elites. These people's setup the country's commanding institutions in academia. Business Politics bureaucracies media book. Publishing museums philanthropies. And their instant ascent. Provides legitimacy. Puts us into something resembling a revolutionary situation, doesn't it? Which means this will be a revolutionary presidential election. The second in a row. How about some weekend reading? What are you saying? Why don't we pick up the declaration of independence? And see how you react to revisiting ideas that made a real revolution stated in less than fifteen hundred words. And even amid that upheaval, there was wit. Without once naming George the third. They refer merely to the present King of Great Britain today you would search in vain for a member of the so-called resistance who can signs president trump to anonymity as the current president of the United States? That knows sophisticated insult as possible reflects how far we've come, or perhaps how far we've fallen. Among the most striking differences between revolutionaries then, and now is that the signers included in their declaration, a bill of particulars for their in two separate. Once passed Jefferson's famous phrases about all men created equal. You Know Joe Biden speak the thing and unalienable rights. He states. Let facts be submitted. And then he proceeds to lay them out in twenty seven Tocado paragraphs. One is struck by the tone of optimistic optimistic defiance in the declarations text. Compare it with the pro forma, almost cookie, cutter, Cutter Language and statements from boards of directors at Princeton or the American. Museum of Natural History, who instead sound like defeated and pessimistic men and women. What whenever? And wherever the current revolt may end. It's kind of hard to see our own confused one elites as the heirs to the country's original leadership. For warning to trump begins. These I declares also take quote, the tyrant close quote to task on immigrants for refusing to pass close quote. To Open quotes. Encourage their migrations either close quote. And International. For cutting off our trade with all parts of the world, all sides today will claim to find supporting language in the decorations tax such as they, too have been deaf to the Voice of Justice. Times change and that indeed is the point through the revolution, the civil war and all the years since that historic signing. The American idea has been about social political and economic progress. In contrast, the defining symbol that now attached to the current revolution, and their conscious choice is the removal of Bunyamin including the general who won the war for independence and the general who won the civil war over slavery. So. Wouldn't you agree? Rather misstatement to call what is going on now across the country. The lawlessness, the mob rule mentality. An American revolution. The declarations revolution was creating a new nation. Today's claimants see the future as well. A blank slate. An exercise in elimination. It's closer to what the ever ironic. Nineteen sixties. Radical anarchist Abbie Hoffman called Revolution for the hell of it. And, that isn't enough. This weekend's fourth July's the two hundred and forty four th anniversary of America's first revolution. And it should remain the benchmark. Against which any successive.

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"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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03:24 min | 1 year ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Probably seventy percent of the time and only thirty percent of the time you call your dog to you. Your dog is going to want to stay there because you're going to walk to your dog and reward your dog there in that place. And then the other thing I want to mention what to stay real briefly. And that is, if you've got your right hand up, and you tell your dog to stay what a lot of people make the mistake of doing is, as they get halfway back the dog a reach in, if they've got a treat pow breach in the tree pouch when they're halfway, you know, still five or six feet away, and they'll reach into get get dog a treat and not a good thing to do. Because as you reach in a lot of dogs will brink they'll break from that sitting, and they'll come running to you. So what I tell people all my students, and all of my clients. Keep your right hand up in the air in it stopped signed position, next your shoulder. You're writing with your palm up the way you do it. And then keep that up all the way till you get back to the dog. Once you get back, then I would tell you what we would. So there's, there's a bunch of information for the state for your now. That's great information. And very interesting tips, said I had not heard before. I've heard a lot. I think like a dog. Yeah. Well, that makes sense if you think like you know dog, you know how to train them, so, you know, okay, I have a question for each all. What do you think is the most important thing that people need to train their dogs? What's the most important thing? Yeah. Well, I honestly there's four behaviors I really recommend the sitting stay very, very important in the come behavior and then the word. No and teach you dog word. No. And just, you know, for communication and the sitting stay obviously, it's exactly what you just said. If you're walking out the door, you want to know that, if that door is open. The dog has is going to sit and stay there. If for some reason, the dog does go out the door. The come behavior is huge. It's very important, because you need to get your dog to come back to you. When you call your dog does run out the door. She need to come and the nose is really, really super important because the note basically is an and mine. No, when I say, no, I don't y'all y'all any anything I just say there were no but we pair that no with having dog on. The leash or something like that was something, you know, there's something negative or something like that. So that no means something. And that's and that's just that's how they communicate dogs. Don't understand anything unless you explain to them, what the story is. You know what's going on? And so if they're going to walk over here, and if they if you don't want them to continue walking in this direction, you need to say the word. No, we're say their name or something like that to where they can understand. It's like, okay, I'm not allowed to continue walking over this direction or jumping up and here for counter surfing or jumping up on people. So that's why it's really really important to have some sort of a word that you use. That is deterrent. That keeps dog from, you know, jumping up on people and things like that. Those are fabulous. Fabulous tips. Fabulous ideas to as far as what you should train your dog in the four basics. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. And one thing that people if people looking for, you know, the Bill Jack because talked about the tweets and things like that they're like, what can we get them Joel? We talk. A little about treats. You mentioned Bill Jack I loved Bill Jack because they, they make great products. Plus, they do a lot for US vets. So I really had a great affinity for bell, Jack. I've interviewed some of the vets even Joe Worley, who's, I think, on one of the packages recent packaging that they've come out with an so glad that you're involved with them..

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"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I think your kids will love it. And you will definitely want to subscribe continuously to pup. Oh, it is amazing, and it's made Mr. Z's life so much better. Now, let's get back to the show. I'm with Joel Silverman. He's a celebrity dog trainer. And he's giving us some great tips. Now jaw I wanted to see if you could tell everyone one of I think this is one of the most important things to teach dog is to stay far less of what kind of stay. I I taught my dog this because I didn't want, you know, people come and visit you and they opened the door high and you wanna say shadow. A chat at the dogs run out. And the dog is always fast who go. But if you have the stay then the dog doesn't go so, but there's other stays also. But that's what comes to mind with me. How can we teach our dog to stay? Okay. Well, the first thing I was like people know is when you're training your dog on any behaviors. Specifically, the stay even at the front door dodge always be on leash. Okay. Sometimes on a long line because it does go out the door, you have control. Okay. So always wanna make sure you've got the dog leash for all behaviors. Especially the states. The other thing is is when you're training your dog to stay sometimes training your dog on flat ground when it's on flat ground and your dog is starting to understand the state for maybe two Pete away and you start stepping back three feet some dogs start scooting kinda towards you. They they get you know, like two inches or three inches four inches, and they sit again, you know, they do that little thing. And the reason they do it is because flat ground, and it's and they really don't understand. So my suggestion is teaching her to sit and stay on something elevated. It's always nice if you think of something elevated, maybe even three or four inches higher than the ground. Well, now, it's something define place. If the dog just would jump off you just simply guided right back up there and have the dog sitting stay there. And so using areas are really really important as you start stepping back to train your dog to stay in the state that so many people make a lot of your listeners are going to hear this. And they're gonna say oh my gosh. I the same thing and that is step back eight or nine feet when they're happy with their dog staying they say, okay. And they say the dog's name the dog, and they reward the dog coming and unlike wealth, you constantly do that why did you ever gonna wanna stay in one place? 'cause you're you're you're coming to you, which is fine. That is the come behavior, but you need to reinforce and reward to stay behavior. So when I tell people is what your dog and reward you for staying, and then you can call your, you know, trigger have come to you as well. But if you if you walk your dog and reward you for staying probably seventy percent of the time and. Only thirty percent of time you call your dog to you. Your dog is going to want to stay there because you're gonna walk your dog. And reward your dog there in that place. And then the other thing water mention what to stay real briefly. And that is if you've got your right hand up, and you tell your dog to stay what a lot of people. Make the mistake of doing is as they get halfway back. The dog a reach in. If they've got a treat pow breach in the tree pouch when they're halfway, you know, still five or six feet away, and they'll reach into get get a treat and not a good thing to do because as you reach in a lot of dogs will brink they'll break from that sitting and they'll come running to you. So I tell people all my students and all of my clients, keep your right hand up in the air in it. Stop signed position. Knicks your shoulder, you're writing with your palm up the way, you do it. And then keep that up all the way to get back to the dog. Once you get back, then I would tell you what we would. So there's there's a bunch of information for the state for now. That's great information. And very interesting tips that I had not heard before. And I heard a lot I think like it's on. Yeah. Well, that makes sense you think like, you know, know, how to train them. So, you know, okay. I have a question for each all, what do you think is the most important thing that people need to train their dogs. What's the most important thing? Yeah. Well, I you know, there's four behaviors I really recommend the sitting stay very very important and the come behavior and then the word. No and teach you know, and just you know, for communication and the sitting stay, obviously, it's exactly what you just said if you're walking out the door. You wanna know that if that door is open has is going to sit in stay there. If for some reason, the dog does go out the door, the come behavior is huge. It's very important because you need to get your dog to come back to you. When you call your dog does run out the door see that come and the nose is really really super important because the note, basically is an and mine. No when I say, no, y'all y'all anything just say there were no. But we pair that no with having on the leash or something. Like that was something, you know. There's something negative or something like that. So that no need something. And that's and that's just that's how they communicate dogs. Don't understand anything unless you explain to them. What the story is you know, what's going on? And so if they're going to walk over here, and if they if you don't want them to continue walking in this direction, you need to say the word or say their name or something like that to where they can understand. It's like, okay, I'm not allowed to continue walking over this direction or jumping up here for counter surfing or jumping up on people. So that's why it's really really important to have some sort of a word that you use that is deterrent that keeps dog from you know, jumping up on people and things like that those are fabulous fabulous hips. Fabulous ideas to as far as what you should train your dog. You know, the four basics. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. And one thing that people if people looking for, you know, the Bill Jackley to talk about the tweets things like that. So like, what can we get them? We talked a little about treats you mentioned Bill, Jack. I love Bill Jack because they they make great products. Plus, they do a lot for US vets. So I really had a great affinity for bell jet. I've interviewed some of the vets even Joe Worley who I think on one of the packages recent packaging that they've come out with an so glad that you're involved with them. What are some of the ways that people should use tweets one? They're training their dog and even not when they're training their dog. Well, the first thing I tell people is when you're when you give your dog, a treat, and I know this sounds really funny. But the mistake that a lot of people make sometimes is understanding is not even how to get the dog a tree, I tell people if you put the treat between your thumb and forefinger as I'm talking to you right now, you can maybe with your four favor. Okay. Summit forefinger out extended all the way out and if your palm is upward okay. With your thumb and forefinger out. Now when you're guiding the dog with that trade, or whatever the dog sees that trait wrench right in front of you. If you were to turn your hand over and have your palm. Down and have your thumb and forefinger up. The dogs really doesn't see the treat a lot of people. Make the mistake of actually giving out of the treat with their palm down. There palm up. So forefinger out put the trade there. Let's dogs treat, and that's the one thing. The other thing I tell people to we talk about this. And that is is to find the right treat for the dog. 'cause every dog is different and even with Bill Jack traits. They came out with tweets a lot of different types of traits. You know in the last probably I don't I say maybe five or ten years, but you know, back twenty twenty five years ago, they had one kind of treat, but the dogs do like those different types of treats. So I tell people is you get a lot of different types. See what the dog's life because you know, they all have different different tastes and things like that as well. I prefer the little Jack's may Bill Jack. And the reason I like little Jackson training a large dog. I'll use the little Jack's because they little goes a long way and don't over treat the dog. That's the other thing. We talk about is making sure that if you keep the training session short your. Obviously not giving a lot of traits in that session. If you have a long session now, you're giving a lot of treats. So by keeping the sessions shorten your actually naturally going to give less treats as well. Over tweeting that's important for dogs. And it's important. Even though we didn't talk about cats to arson pet parents who have cats also. And I know you train some cats, even though we didn't talk much about cats, but you shouldn't over tweet dogs or cats because that can really lead into there's a lot more calories in those tweets than we think. Exactly. And when it comes to cats, especially when working with a cat, remember that whatever you're gonna be giving the dog, and when we train cats for movies and commercials. A lot of what we get the cat is their diet throughout the day. So as we train the dog, it's actually we're giving it the food that it would normally eat during the day. And the reason we do that is because we just talked about with the dog. We actually wanna fade out the food and the dog just attach reward that's different with the cat. The cat needs a paycheck all the time. And the paycheck is food. And so so we do we make show we always get that food reward. So you make a very very good point. And that is that if you are training, your cat, try to use the diet, you're giving your cat, and you can always go online and look and see what movie animal trainers down but will use like a spoon. Oliver long spoon will use that. We'll just put if you're using wet cat food, for example. And we'll use that as a reward. That would have the cat grabs the spoon or whatever. It's pas it won't hit your hand or anything like that. So there's a little different with cats. There's some cats will actually take the tree right from your thumb and forefinger right in the mouth and just like a dog as well. Know about cats always wanted paycheck because I'm thinking of my crew, Mike Catt Kerr. And if so they always want something and their. Yeah, dogging. Yeah. Always want something that they're getting the cat is like their attitude is okay. What's in it for me fine? What's it for me? Okay. So jolly you've given us some amazing tips. Thank you so much. Now you've written four books where can people find out more about your books? And then I also want to know where they can find Abell jet tweets because they are they make a ton of tweets those a huge variety. And I know they're available in so many places. Okay. Well, as far as as far as the books, go people can go to my website, which is Joel Silverman dot net. They can always buy the books and we signed him for them as well. We have DVD's and my alternative training colors. We sell them on the website. You can always go to Amazon books are Amazon is well, and my book is called my first book is what colors dog my second. Book is more. What color is your dog? Another book was called take two training solutions for rescue dogs, and it's basically gave it towards rescued Alex. And then my last book was bond with your heart trained with your brain. It's a self-help book for parents. Features managers and supervisors kind of crossover book, and it talks about you know, the best animal trainers. Simply nice people the best PANA parents managers supervisors, I've I've ever met are nice people as well. And it talks about kind of the parallels. It's a really really cool book. So you can always get those you can get those books like I say, my website or or Amazon and as far as Bill goes. They'll check pet supply center PetSmart pet supermarket pets plus two dot com, and you always going to build Jack dot com, and I.

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"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:18 min | 1 year ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Fourteen days of personalized dog food for only nine dollars be sure to take advantage of this offer. I think your kids will love it. And you will definitely want to subscribe continuously to pup. Oh, it is amazing, and it's made Mr. Z's life so much better. Now, let's get back to the show. I'm with Joel Silverman. He's a celebrity dog trainer. And he's giving us some great tips. Now, Joel I wanted to see if you could tell everyone one of I think this is one of the most important things to teach your dog is to stay your of what kind of stay. I I taught my dog this because I didn't want people come and visit you and they opened the door high and you want to say. How did it shut it the dogs and one out and the dog is always fast to go? But if you have the stay then the dog doesn't go so, but there's other stays also. But that's what comes to mind with me. How can we teach our dog to stay? Okay. Well, the first thing I always liked, but people know is when you're training your dog on any behaviors. Specifically, the stay even at the front door dodge always be on a leash. Okay. Sometimes even on a long line because it does go out the door, you have control. Okay. So always want to make sure that you've got the dog on the leash. You know for all behaviors, especially this thing. The other thing is is when you're training your dog to stay sometimes training your dog on flat ground when it's on flat ground and your dog is starting to understand to stay for maybe two Pete away and you start stepping back three feet some dogs start scooting kinda towards you. They they get up, you know, like two inches or three inches of fortune. And they sit again, you know, they do that little thing. And the reason they do it is because on flat ground, and they really don't understand. And so my suggestion is teaching dog to sit and stay on something elevated. It's always nice if you think of something elevated, maybe even three or four inches higher than the ground. Well, now, it's something it's a define place. If the dog just would've jumped off you can just simply guy dog right back up there and how the dog sitting stay there. And so using all of areas are really really important as you start stepping back to train your dog to stay and mistakes that so many people make a lot of your listeners are going to hear this. And they're going to say, oh my gosh. I do the same thing. And that is gonna step back maybe eight or nine feet when they're happy with their dog staying they say, okay. And they say the dog's name the dog, and they reward the dog becoming them, and unlike wealth, you constantly do that why did you ever gonna wanna stay in one place? 'cause you're you're you're coming to you, which is fine. That is the come behavior, but you need to reinforce and reward to stay behavior. So when I tell people is walk your dog and reward you for staying, and then you can call your, you know, your, you know, have your come to you as well. But if you if you walk your dog and reward your dog for staying probably seventy percent of the time. And only thirty percent of time you call your dog to you your dog is going to want to stay there because you're gonna walk your dog. And reward your dog there in that place. And then the other thing I want to mention what the stay real briefly. And that is if you've got your right hand up, and you tell your dog to stay what a lot of people. Make the mistake of doing is as they get halfway back the dog, they reach that. They've got a treat pouch breach in the tree pouch when they're halfway, you know, still five or six feet away, and they'll reach into get get Doug, a treat and not a good thing to do because as you reach in a lot of dogs will brink they'll break from that sitting and they'll come running to you. So I tell people all my students and all of my clients, keep your right hand up in the air in it. Stop sign position. If your shoulder, you're right in with your palm up the way, you do it. And then keep that up all the way till you get back to the dog. Once you get back dog. Then I would tell you what we wanted. So there's there's a bunch of information for the fourth. Now. That's great information. And very interesting tip said I had not heard before. And I heard a lot I think like a dog. Yeah. Well, that makes sense. If you think like, you know, dog, you know, how to train them. So, you know, okay. I have a question for each all, what do you think is the most important thing that people need to twain their dogs. What's the most important thing? Yeah. Well, I honestly there's four behaviors I really recommend the sitting stay very very important and the come behavior and then the word. No and teach you know, and just you know, for communication and the sitting stay, obviously, it's exactly what you just said. If you're walking out the door, you want to know that if that door is open has is going to sit and stay there. If for some reason, the dog does go out the door, the come behavior is huge. It's very important because you need to get your dog to come back to you. When you call your dog does run out the door. She knew to come and the nose is really really super important because the note, basically is an and mind. No when I say, no, I don't yell y'all any anything, I just say there were. No. But we pair that no with having dog on the leash or something. Like that was something. There's something negative or something like that. So that no means something. And that's and that's just that's how they communicate dogs. Don't understand anything unless you explain to them. What the story is you know, what's going on? And so if they're going to walk over here. And if they if you don't want them to continue walking in this direction, you need to say the word. No, we're say their name or something like that to where they can understand. It's like, okay, I'm not allowed to continue walking this direction or jumping up here for counter surfing or jumping up on people. So that's why it's really really important to have some sort of a word that you use that is deterrent. That keeps the dog from you know, jumping up on people and things like that those are fabulous fabulous tips. Fabulous ideas to as far as what you should train your dog. You know, the four basics. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. And one thing that people if people looking for, you know, the Bill Jack, I talk about the tweets and things like that. They're like, what can we get them? Joel we talked a little about treats you mentioned Bill, Jack. I love Bill Jack because they they make great products. Plus, they do a lot for US vets. So I really have great affinity for Bill jet. I've interviewed some of the vets even Joe Worley who's I think on one of the packages of recent packaging that they've come out with an so glad that you're involved with them. What are some of the ways that people should use tweets when they're training their dog? And even not when they're training the dog. Well, the first thing I tell people is when you're when you give your dog, a treat, and I know this sounds really funny. But the mistake that a lot of people make sometimes is understanding it's not even how to get the dog at tree I tell people if you put the tweet between your thumb and forefinger as I'm talking to you right now, you can maybe with your semi four figure. Okay. Summit forefinger out extended all the way out and if your palm is upward okay. With your thumb and forefinger out. Now when you're guiding the dog with that treat or whatever the dog sees that trait which right in front of you if you were to turn your hand over and have your palm. Down and have your thumb and forefinger up the dogs really doesn't see the tree. A lot of people. Make the mistake of actually give him out of the treat with their palm down. There palm up. So summoned forefinger out put the treat there, let's dog treats. And that's the one thing the other thing, I always tell people to is that we talked about this. And that is is to find the right treat for the dog because every dog is different and even with Bill Jack traits. They came out with treats a lot of different types of treats, you know, in the last probably I Don I say, maybe five or ten years, but you know, back twenty twenty five years ago, they had one kind of treat, but the dogs do like those different types of trees. So I tell people is you get a lot of different types. He what the dog's life because you know, they all have different different tastes and things like that as well. I prefer the little Jack's made by Bill, and the reason I like a little Jackson training a large dog all use the little Jack's because they little goes a long way and don't over treat the dog. That's the other thing we talk about is making sure that if you keep the training session short. You're obviously not giving a lot of treats in that session. If you have a long session now, you're giving a lot of treats. So by keeping the session short. You're actually naturally going to give less treats as well. For over tweeting that's important for dogs. And it's important. Even though we didn't talk about cats to arson pet parents that have cats also. And I know you train some cats, even though we didn't talk much about cats, but you shouldn't over tweet dogs or cats because that can really lead into there's a lot more calories than those tweets than we think. Exactly. And then when it comes to cats, especially when working with a cat, remember that whatever you're gonna be giving the dog, and when we train cats for movies and commercials. A lot of what we get the cat is their diet throughout the day. So as we train the dog, it's actually we're giving it the food that it would normally eat during the day. And the reason we do that is because we just talked about with the dog. We actually wanna fade out the food and the dog just attach reward that's different with the cat. The cat needs a paycheck all the time and the paycheck is. Food. And so so we do we make sure we always give that food reward. So you make a very very good point. And that is that if you are training, your cat, try to use the diet, you're giving your cat, and you can always go online and look and see what's in the movie animal trainers done but will use like a spoon. River long spoon will use that. We'll just put if you're using what cat food, for example. And we'll use that as a reward. That would have the cat grabs the spoon or whatever. Which it's pause. It won't hit your hand or anything like that. So this is a little different with cats. There's some cats will actually take the tree right from your thumb and forefinger right in the mouth and just like a dog as well. She said no about cats always wanna pay check. Because I'm thinking of my crew Mike Catt crew. And he so right. They always want something and their. Yeah, dodging. Yeah. I always want something that they're getting the cat is like their attitude is, okay. What's in it for me fine? What's in it? For me. Okay. So jaw you've given us. Some amazing tips. Thank you so much. Now you've written four books where can people find out more about your books? And then I also want to know where they can find Bill jet tweets because they are they make a ton of traits those huge variety. And I know they're available in so many places. Okay. Well, as far as as far as the books, go people can go to my website, which is Joel Silverman dot net. They can always bought the books and we signed him for them as well. We have DVD's and my alternative training color. You know, we sell them on the website. You can always go to Amazon books are Amazon as well. And my book is called my first book is what color is your dog. My second book is more. What color is your dog? Another book was called take two training solutions for rescue dogs, and it's basically geared towards rescued Alex. And then my last book was blonde with your heart trained with your brain. It's a self-help book for parents. Features managers and supervisors kind of crossover book, and it talks about, you know, the best animal trainers, simply makes people the best panel parents managers and supervisors I've I've ever met are nice people as well. And it talks about the parallels. It's a really really cool book. So you can always get those you can get those books like I say, my website or or Amazon and as far as Bill Jack goes, they'll check the pet supply center PetSmart pet supermarket pets plus chewed dot com. And you could always go to build Jack dot com, and I always tell people just go there. They have a lot of great information on it was written by like Tufts University and things like that. And.

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"joe worley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:53 min | 2 years ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I'm Tom McCarthy sitting at Ryan eagle eye and had a busy night tonight. And congratulations to our buddy. I he received the two thousand eighteen Marty Glickman award at his album circus university for leadership in sports and his anybody who's ever come into contact with IOT there's a better broadcaster and so diverse, but just not a better guy out there in this industry. So -gratulations too I and who got a chance to celebrate with his family as son goes to Syracuse, how he dinner off our or any producer there as well. Executive producer. I just demoted Howie. Like, I'd be be careful be careful. Syracuse has really turned out a lot of great broadcasters. Are they really have I've visited there several times? Nick bollards the starting quarterback for the Niners goes back to work. He does. So after having a very eventful I couple series. Knight of eleven hundred three yards the rookie at a southern misery second-year pro at a southern busy has evolved to Breda reader runs. Right. Hurdles over defender gets to yards up close to the twenty seven yard line or twenty six yard should say. It'll be second. Daddy. Why? I really like Brita. He he he not a very big guy. But he runs hard. He went right off. Right. Tackle again. You know, only two or three are game. But but he really great effort. Off the play fake bullet sets up with a pocket. Throws his hat. It's incomplete. He was trying to go toward us, Jack. Reggie Nelson makes the tackle receiver number forty four. Whereas in the area. Let's us check there. There's a flag deep at the secondary holding versus the raiders, but that's going to hurt again. They've had three penalties that have really hurt them prior to the past only number twenty one while five yard penalty, automatic I out. That's hotly. The second year pro at of Ohio State so five yard penalties. The Baltin thirty one. He was holding marquees Goodwin. By the way, George Kittle is back. In fact, was it on that last play he returned for the locker room while the Niners raw defense. So that's a good sign which good to see because he's really been very fine player for them. So far this season four hundred five yards after the catch for kit. That's a good tight end. He's lied up on the left side. He's there with Garrick Celik breeders the backfield by itself bullets the second year pro at a southern miss under center. The pitch goes to read running left looking for some blockers. Not that there. He goes right out of bounce. He loses six on a play to ear Whitehead was in other pursuit. White headed a great job. That was a quick quick bitch to the left side, and that was speed versus speed Whitehead had to fight off a blocker. But then forced breed outside out of bounds. So great job by Whitehead on the plane say it's only a loss of five so seconded fifty six thirty to play first app. Fourteen three San Francisco looking to throw throws to the right guard, solid. It's broke it up. Darryl Worley broke it up. He got a hand in right at the last moment. That's a solid defensive play. Yeah. It was great. It was good throw. Good route. You've got to give credit to Joe Worley. He played it. Very very well got his hand in there. Foreseeing completion. Now. Subtypes third downs are overblown coach but the Niners four for four third doubts. This is the most real estate they have to make up though, it's third down and fifteen now this is a tough one. And you can use the pass rush should becoming kiddle. It boasted. The backfield us check is there as well. Play clocked out of five high snap. Polls has precious covet grows to the leper use deck, and he is smothered at the thirty yard line. Nncholas borrow makes the tackle he shy of the first doubt PJ hall was pressuring. It'll be fourth out of the Niners will send Bradley opinions upon that time the defensive front four of the raiders used to tackle. Tackle endgame twisted and put pressure on the quarterback. So Nick Mullins had to throw it. He did a good job. It's going underneath. But not enough for the first down Dwayne Harris back deep at the thirty yard line for Oakland. The. Averaging forty two and a half yards per punt. He spirals this. What to the beer sideline? A fair catches Paul by Harris. It takes a niner's bounce inside the and it stopped at the six yard line. Harris. I believe thought it was going to bounce out of bounds at the twenty yard line. It did not so five forty six to play first half. It's the forty Niners fourteen the raiders three a sixty four yard punt here. Listen to Thursday night football on Westwood One. If you.

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"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back everyone to. The Dougie Deavere show we are celebrating a very important day this month, and it's on Tuesday March thirteenth in. Its canine Veterans Day and we're so honored to. Have with us today US Namie Cormon Joe Worley, of America's. Vet dogs welcome? Joe how are. You I'm doing? Fine how. Are you. Very good thank you can you just tell the listeners a little bit about yourself and about your, work with vet dogs Absolutely. So I was in the navy and I in, two thousand. And four ended? Up getting injured. I ended up? Losing my. Left leg. Above the knee tonight the trying to assist the marines as a Corman were you know where medics Spend a lot of time in hospital out of surgeries and things like that. You. Get on the other side of that and you are really trying to figure out who you. Are and what to do and you go from being the. Guy that helps everybody to the guy that needs an awful lot of help And I was looking. For something to get involved with. I was on, a trip and I saw this dog was running around just being a dog being a good dog and in it was a facility dog for for. Walter Reed and, his name was deuce and. Harvey the dog handler says deuce come and the dogs. Entire demeanor change I've never seen anything like that my whole life they're just in movies and this dog immediately like. Change. Meaner inserted doing all the things that the doctors trained to help with? Like climbing under things retrea gold bracing and? It. Was just insane and I wanted to know more wanting to get involved and he told me about America's that dogs and I got. Caught up in and here we are ten, years later wow can you tell the listeners who may not be familiar with with, it can you tell them about America's that dogs absolutely so what America's that Don does is they train service Veterans and first responders and It. Doesn't cost the veterans anything and so anytime a veteran has, served in, its any. Veteran any war any age it.

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"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Welcome back everyone to the. Dougie Deavere show we are celebrating a very important day this month and, it's on Tuesday March thirteenth in its. Canine Veterans Day and we're so honored to have. With us today US naming Cormon Joe Worley, America's vet. Dogs welcome Joe? How are you. I'm doing fine? How are. You very. Good thank you can you just tell the listeners a little bit about yourself and about your work, with that dogs Absolutely so I. Was in the navy and I in two, thousand and. Four ended up? Getting injured I. Ended up losing? My left. Leg above. The knee to an I d trying to assist marines as a Corman were you know where medics Spend a lot of time in the hospital a lot of surgeries and things like. That you get on the other side of that and. You are really trying to figure out who you are and what to do and you go from being the guy that helps everybody to the guy that needs an awful lot of help and I was, looking for something to, get involved with I was on a trip. And I saw this dog was. Running around this, being a dog being a good dog and in a facility dog for for Walter Reed and his name was deuce and Harvey the dog's handler says deuce come, and the dogs entire demeanor. Changed I've never seen anything like that my whole life. They're just in movies and this dog immediately like change. Meaner inserted doing all the things that the dolphins trained to help with like climbing under things. Retrieval bracing and it was just insane and I wanted to know more wanting to get involved and he told me about America's that dogs and I got caught up in and here we are ten years later wow can you tell the listeners who may not be familiar with with it can you, tell them about America's that. Dogs absolutely so what America's that Don does is they. Train service dogs for veterans and first responders and It doesn't cost. The veterans anything and so anytime a veteran has served in its any veteran any war any age, it doesn't, have, to be a combat. Related injury or, anything like. That just at any point that a someone. Who served our country need help you can apply to America's thoughts. In. America's the dogs will can train the dog to help mitigate physical disability? Help with things like hearing vision seizure response? Nightmare. Interruption all these things so many people dill rid these dogs are trained to take care of It doesn't cost the veteran anything and it's. An incredible process and they've been doing it for seventy years. The guy don't foundation and now in two thousand and three with America's that dogs as a sister company they created just for. This and. The program just gets better and. Better I got my first dog in two thousand and eight, is names, Benjamin he's. Amazing he's still here and then I got my second dog in April. Last year who's a yellow lab named the galaxy who is just wonderful. Houston here curled up deciding and the the. Whole training everything has just improved so much in the past eight years I had no idea going, back through, the, going to be such. A completely different, that they. Have implemented all these new things it's amazing Vet dog treats you were, talking about. That they become, came involved with that dogs can you tell the people those who about that dog treats and that involvement with that dogs so because we do this completely without any sort of. Of government funding or anything like that it's all donor dollars. Part of our funding comes from corporate sponsorships and I mean really when the first people to jump on board was with Bill. Jack there They are they make super premium Dr And they're really good people and I've known him for years now and and so I think I don't think it. Had anything to do with my rugged good looks on, asked me to, be on. The tree the tree. Guy I know. I have the. Guy with the dog with the dog, on the street No They're using that as a as a informational show people about an, dogs and then also proceeds from that part of that goes towards raising money for an makers that dogs and, they've they've raised an awful lot of money for us and they're continuing to work. Force it's just been. Years it's not something that they're doing for the purpose of of. Marketing this is something that they are mostly involved in and they. Have they've been. Amazing I love. Those and what's so good about it is that every purchase that you make of these? Treats it goes to America's vet dogs who trained and provide the assistance to veterans and active duty personnel with disabilities at no. Charge, and and you so eloquently said, that and each bag of treats helps to make a difference in the lives of these American military heroes and these. People I, mean like I, said I was Corman is a. Medic I've been taking care of. People that's my whole, job and this is something that I've found that I can still do that. Job even though I I can't run anymore I. Can't do a lot of the things that I used to be able, to do I can still help people I can still this makes a difference in people's lives that you wouldn't, couldn't imagine I mean this is such a big big deal for so many people. And not only that. Dogs are so good at being a part of people support system. Even if they're not trained for that these dogs are trained to. Mitigate physical disabilities. But everybody knows. The dogs are really good emotionally to have around well on that note and I wanted? To aggress a little because of what's going on in the world right now they're worth therapy dogs at in parkland with the. Tragedy, of the shooting parkland to comfort, the children and families I found that to be so moving and it just showed the power of dogs I mean. It's that, emotion and just, sort of helps to calm people. Down and bring people together there's. A reason why people, live longer when they have a dog absolutely absolutely before your I saw that. Picture of all I want. You. To. Lay on, the ground in front of them Cuddle. With all of it's, so, important and that's why it's so important what what you're doing Joe where can people go to learn more. About vet dogs treats and and learn more about America's that dogs So you can actually do that dogs dot org We, also have a Twitter and a. Twitter and Facebook and you can. Find our Bill Jack has a, Facebook as, well I'm. Not sure about their Twitter, but, yeah they do they have, a Twitter yet yeah but if you go. There you can find out all sorts of. Things you can find out ways you can help we're always in need of. Of weekend puppy raiser volunteers and stuff like that, we have a, lot of our dogs prison programs which is incredible and they need. People on the weekends to help socialize, the animal, so sad I live in the city you know getting a dog used, to going. On the subway or train would really really, help that's really great because I was gonna ask how? Can we get involved as, listeners with. The program see if you're like me you don't you're not super rich people that have this money land. Around you can and we, have to have money I'm not saying about that but I am saying that volunteers are the only way that we really can. Function if we had to pay everybody to do everything that we do we would not be able to function very efficiently is a nonprofit you we always need volunteers rather than going on all over the u._s. all the time mostly in the northeast and in the southeast and we are branching out we have dogs all over the u._s. but you know our as far as having places where we function out of where you know we're moving westward we're growing we're having a good year so far and and people can help with donations which you know are are how we work in volunteers which are if you don't have money we you know we always need help with everything that we're doing where can listeners go if they want to make donations if they want to get involved where can.

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"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"A very important day this month in, its on Tuesday March thirteenth in its, canine Veterans Day and we're so honored to have. With us today, US naming Cormon Joe Worley of, America's vet. Dogs welcome Joe? How are you. I'm doing fine? How are you Dave. Did thank you can you just tell the listeners a little bit about yourself and about your work, with that dogs Absolutely. So I was, in the navy and in two, thousand and. Four ended up? Getting injured I. Ended up losing? My left leg above. The knee to an I d trying to assist marines as a Corman where you know where medics Spend a lot of time in the hospital out of surgeries and things like that you. Get on the other side of that and you. Are really trying to figure out who you are and what to do and you go from being the guy that helps everybody to the guy that needs an awful lot of help in I was looking, for something to get, involved with I was on a trip and. I saw this dog was running around this being a dog being a good dog and in the facility dog for, for Walter Reed and his name was deuce and Harvey the dog's handler says deuce come and the, dogs entire demeanor changed I've. Never seen, anything like that in my whole life that just, in movies in this dog immediately like change demeanor inserted. Doing all the things that the dolphins trained to help with like climbing under things retrieval. Bracing and it was just insane and I I wanted to know more wanting, to get involved and he told me about America's that dogs and I got caught up in and here, we are ten years later wow can you tell the listeners who may not be familiar with with, it can you tell them. About America's, that dogs absolutely so what America does is they. Train service dogs for veterans and first responders and It doesn't cost. The veterans anything and so anytime a veteran has served in its any veteran any war any age it doesn't, have to, be, combat. Related injury or anything like that just at any point that a someone who served our. Country needs help you can apply, to America's that.

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"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"joe worley" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

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"joe worley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"joe worley" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Future coins to get deeper discounts on their already markdown items insane even more local partners and guess stations stapleton of the bz twenty four hour traffic network here's the four day wbsc of accu weather forecast it will be clear uncomfortable overnight lows mostly in the fifties and a few outline years but closer to sixty seven in downtown boston tuesday with plenty of sun the high eighty two clay to partly cloudy tuesday night lows between sixty five then sixty nine on wednesday it'll be breezy warm and more humid with clout some son a couple of hours of the thunder stormer also likely high eighty two thursday a hot humid day with some sunshine show our thunder glum is most likely areas sat out the boston thursday's on eight ninety two all bekki where the meteorologist car with hinske doubly bz newsradio ten thirty i'm gonna half w bz knew this concern on the central massachusetts toner princeton after a woman who left or mother's home sunday to go jogging was found dead and someone it's terrible it is it it's really scary they don't even want to do is half the time so it's surprising that it happened to their most are de joe worley calls the death of bu grad vanessa mark on a homicide and does not know offense was a random acts fred to take this for the place this one a tough spot to their job right now the family's going through an awful lot i don't want to say too much but we have a horrible said of facts a horrible said circumstance here right now mark kang was a google executive who gold releasing a statement saying.

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