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Are Dog Owners' Expectations for Training Unrealistic?
"Is the owner's expectations when they go get dog training? What do you think their expectations are? I think that a lot of owners drop off dogs to do a board and train and expect the dog to be fixed by the end of the board. Just hand me back a big, juicy hamburger that I can now eat, you know, pretty much no effort whatsoever. They watch some video or some other thing that, oh, it's a different dog, so much better. It just doesn't always work that way. Or it is a different dog. It's just not a complete process. Right. Yes. Yeah, I agree. I think most people think, oh, especially if it's a board and train because it's more an immersive training, more intense, I think they think they're one and done. Like I dropped my dog off two, three weeks later, I come back and I get a perfect dog no more behavior issues, no more leech point, no more this, no more that. I mean, done. We're done. Day train, you know, it's hard to know what other people's expectations would be. We, I think, do a really good job of trying to set the right expectation from training. So we're pretty blunt about day and train. And for those of you who don't know what a day and train is, that would be where you would drop your dog off during the day, in the morning, pick them up at the afternoon and you do that one day or two days a week and then you do homework in between. We're very brutal. If you are not going to be consistent three times a day, homework minimum, you are wasting your money and you are wasting your dog's time and your time because it will not work because there's not enough repetitions going on. So I think with day and train, we've managed the, we personally anyway, manage the expectations really well. I think where people get screwed up is they go to like a group class training or maybe a Petco or a board and train. And I think they, people still have the wrong expectations with whatever one they're going to. You know, anything that's like Petco, you know, four or six or even eight 45 -minute sessions with six dogs in a 10 -foot by 12 -foot area, not a lot of training going on. Mostly that's socialization and an introduction to structure and obedience. And there will probably be at least one dog that barks most of the time. And most of the Petco trainers are, of course there's a few that are, but most of them are not actually trainers. If you handed them your dog that's pulling a leash and said, could you please work on this? They, we've hired a couple, they can't even hold the leash. They don't know how to hold a leash correctly. So they sure aren't going to be able to fix a dog with behavioral problems. They are reading a book or winging it. Personal experience. That's it. So let's dig into board and trains first. I think you both hit it on the head. People are kind of thinking a one and done. What's a reasonable expectation that people should have? Well, I mean, even that's a pretty like wide question to ask. Let's go with a normal regular. So let's establish a ground rule. We're talking about pretty no behavioral issues, no emotional issues, just a dog that doesn't know what they're supposed to do. I think what would, what should be expected is the dog is going to be able to do the core commands. Whatever core commands companies are saying for us, for example. We talk about heels, sits, place, stays or implied stays, recalls, things like that. I think by the time that, and down. So by the time like your dog, your dog is done, especially if they're doing a three week board and train or something like that, they should at least know all of those things. If they don't, then I don't know, the trainer gypped you or something and they should do them with a reasonable amount of distractions, whatever the company went over with distance duration. So what do you mean by distance? So five, 10 feet away, depends on what program you did. Like a two week, obviously it's not going to be as good as a three or four week, but you should really set those boundary, well ground rules of what you expect when you first meet them and they should, the dog trainer, you mean? Yeah, they should exceed those in a perfect world because basic core commands aren't really that. So I think the easiest way for owners to have a reasonable expectation is to ask the trainer, what expectations should I have when my dog completes your training?
Fresh update on "petco" discussed on Stephanie Miller
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Fresh update on "petco" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Did raise its full year forecast citing strong results over the Thanksgiving week and progress on its strategic growth plan so the retailer now expects a full year comparable sales decline of about eight and a half percent to nine percent that does compare with a prior forecast for decrease of as much as ten percent so those comparable store sales which we know is a key retail metric did fall eight percent for the prior quarter but that was better than Wall Street was anticipating so looking at that stock it had been down 37 percent through close but looking at that jump today of course another retailer reporting Dollar Tree DLTR slipping nearly one percent it did report comparable sales for the third quarter that did miss the consensus estimate due to weaker than expected performance at its family dollar unit Dollar Tree also did cut its annual comparable sales forecast for family dollar and slightly lowered the division's net sales guidance of course discount store five below ticker simple five it does report results after the closing bell that's another beneficiary of a deal seeking shoppers so it is set to post a 13 percent rise in sales when it does report results later today paul that stock does have a market cap around 10 billion dollars all right jessica and thank you so much we appreciate that so is our entire report now i have others i cannot let it work i wanted to i was just giving paul a chance to to jump in over us since now labor remote more just more right well i wanted to bring up another retailer so let's take a look at pecco the ticker symbol on this is wolf w o o f it's down 17 percent so it did report third quarter adjusted loss per share that did miss estimates there so it's another retailer that is under pressure ahead of the opening bell and of course octa ticker civil ok ta dropping one and a half percent the application software company did find that hackers also that had breached its network stole information on all of its users do you 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further move yesterday bond move today i think that's important tenure yield at at four twenty seven earlier four point two eight percent this in four basis points of low yields is really some of the uh... on fear to the stock market also some economic data will get to that here uh... in uh... of a moment uh... mister monger is died thanks to our team bloomberg surveillance team working on this through the late early evening i should say yesterday what an honor of howard marks with us from yes excellent doug casse outstanding and joining joining us now with a fabulous essay everyone's talking about his work this morning john authors of bloomberg opinion john uncharlie monger please on sally monger i thought when i was trying to sit down to write that last night the greatest problem i had was that the man really his own eulogy you know the success of berkeley heatherway and his connection to brooks no argument uh... tried to go through this i mean thank you great people in that uh... over the years he's tried to uh... who've tried to uh... dissect their uh... success try to explain it away it never works and then his ability to express something clear language brilliant aphorisms was second to none he was even he's much sharper more quotable even above it well the general office what i think i it's think so important here is here's a guy who was a first -order mathematician pack john i don't even know what the british experience maybe imperial college in london you would know but this guy it was the real deal academically and yet he did not think much dynamics and mathematics of security analysis he sort of walked ratio game yes i think i think that was another critical part of the virtue of success was that they uh at heart they still had what was basically a ben graham opinion so throughout i weren't interested in the dynamics of the market they were asked interested in how much is this worth can i buy it for less than it's worth uh and that really ultimately underpinned everything they did it was a much more common sensical approach and it makes much more sense going if you're to do what they did which is avoid you know the big diversification that goes with mathematical techniques and just back themselves with a concentrated portfolio and john you know i guess what i'm learning i think a lot of people are probably learning today's as they read more and more about uh charlie monger is you know he really was influential on mr buffett in terms of its and here's the quote from in buffett's words own it's far better to buy a wonderful company at a fair price than a fair company at a wonderful price boy how important was that over the years for percher hathaway i think that's what turns warren buffett from a really great value investor in the tradition he actually went to columbia business school he was taught by ben graham himself the father of uh value investing that it turns him from a great value investor to a great if not of the greatest ever investor by taking those principles and applying them broadly if you've got a company that is really good then just paying a fair price for it can still be thoroughly worked at you you see the uh expansion into looking at um rather than uh the graham idea of seeing if you've got a margin of safety the idea became to look for an economic moat is this a protected company are these earnings going to carry on into the future and that adaptation in buffett's approach seems to have come more from monger than from buffett himself and your wonderful palace folks i'll get this out on twitter you talk about the home run investments coca -cola and apple do they have a home run investment right now other than apple did charlie monger leave us with one the next decade
"petco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Quick takes Tim stenotic from Bloomberg radio. Shares of petco sold off following earnings this week after the company cut its adjusted earnings per share and net revenue guidance for the full year. An analyst of Baird called the pet health and wellness giants forecast reset quote much needed. So to find out more about the company's miss and where it goes from here amid persistent inflation and a tight labor market, Bloomberg surveillance co host Paul Sweeney and I spoke with petco chairman and CEO, Ron Coughlin. Great companies bro, even in tough economies. So we had a 4% comp, which is a good number. We did not have the inventory issues that other companies are talking about most retailers are talking about inventory, excess inventory and having to discount. We didn't have that situation. We continue to see a positive mix shift towards premium and super premium brands. So a lot of good news, but at the same time, there is some pressure from the inflation on discretionary items like toys, tennis balls, leashes. And that pressure is our highest profit area, so that puts some pressure on the P and L. So in your P and L on your P and L, talk to us about inflation in terms of your cost of goods sold. Where do you guys see it in your P and L? Yeah, so freight would be a big one. Labor would be another one labor. We pretty much have in our model, but I don't think anybody had the freight freight inflation that we saw in their model because the gas really popped in March April type time period. Coming down is it helping you? It's starting to come down, but the freight gets tied to the inventory, so it doesn't show up in the P and L till later in Q three and into Q four. I actually have been in a store on second avenue bought a bunch of toys. I want to do shout out to Cheddar Lee, who was really lovely because I have a dog, a puppy that shoes through things in 30 seconds. So I came up with an armful of toys, and I said, help me help me, what's gonna, you know, last, and she was really wonderful. I have to say though, I noticed a lot of empty shelves. And I was curious in the dog toy area. Is it supply chain problems? What was it, or is it just people, I don't know, it looked like you were sold out. You know, there's not a single vendor that said, I think there's gonna be a million new pets in 2020 and other million new pets in 21 and elevated pets this year. So all of the vendors have been scaling their manufacturing. The bad news is that the supply lag, the demand, the good news is that supply and capacity is coming up now. I was in a brand new plant in Dallas for honest kitchen. Hills just announced major investments in their manufacturing. So that capacity really takes about two years to get new capacity up and that capacity is coming up now. We're seeing improving supply week after week. Talk to us about the demand side of this business, the pet business. It seemed like during the pandemic, a lot of folks went out and got themselves a pet a cat, a dog, something like that. I'm not sure where those owners are today where those pets are today, but how did that impact your business and how you're dealing with it today? Well, if you look at our business, we're up 34% on a three year basis. Our E comm business is up a 140%. Services business up 60%. So we have scaled tremendously on the back of that. But make no mistake about it. Today, 2022, the predictions are for it to still be elevated in terms of petted options versus 2019 pre-pandemic. And those stories about there being more relinquishments are really just stories. Relinquishments are below pre-pandemic. So the supply of pet and the pet universe is only growing. And we tend to do better in terms of capturing more than our fair share of new pets. So why don't you guys pull in your guidance? It's really that pressure on disposable income. That's it. And supplies. If you look at our food, our food's up double digits. Yeah. You look at our growth or sales. You look at our services, up double digits. It's really that segment of supplies, toys, balls, leashes, collars, that kind of thing. The rest of the business is highly, highly recession resistant. And as I said, we continue to trade up whether that's in food, to premium kibble or fresh frozen, or even our ready fashion brand. That was up double digit, which is kind of a higher end supplies brand. Do you talk recession at all? Of course we do. We have to plan for every eventuality. Do you expect it? A story the other day, 70% prediction of recessions. We need to be planned for that. So we're doing two things. One is making sure that our cost structure is prepared to navigate through that. And the second thing is what does that mean? There's hiring components. There's location components. There's travel components. You cut back and all the areas that aren't revenue generating, direct revenue generating, to make sure that if your revenue is impacted, your cost structure is not in line with not out of line with your revenue profile. The second piece, though, is making sure you're more attractive to customers who are going through a recession, right? So things like bundles, right? Bundle tennis balls, things like federal care program, which is a membership program that gets discounts across our portfolio. People can save $300 with that program. Mega packs. So you change your offering or you adjust your offering for the consumer mindset as they navigate through a recession. Well, I share a condo building with Harry, who is a pit bull with a very bad attitude. Anger management problems that he used to work on. But in any case, he gets his Chewy delivery. Every week or two, talk to us about your digital business, how you deal with some of those online competitors and kind of how your business is faring. Well, first of all, we can help Harry with our trainers. And get his attitude
Fresh update on "petco" discussed on Evening News with Art Sanders
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Power the average EV sells for over fifty one thousand that's a ten grand difference cnbc's fill the ball on today's watch list we get a fresh read on economic growth with GDP gross domestic product we get earnings from dollar tree foot locker petco five below and victoria's secret the rockefeller center christmas tree lighting ceremony will be held tonight in new york cnbc's jessica edinger at twenty four after when we return on america in the morning sandy hook families challenge alex jones the latest in the controversy when america in the
"petco" Discussed on Animal Radio
"To them. And I would try a bigger size box. So have two different sizes of box. And try using less litter. I know it seems kind of weird. Putting less litter in there as well, and experimenting with the amount of litter you put in. Do you use the scented or unscented? Uncensored. Okay, good. That's what we recommend. The unscented kiss cats have a really strong sense of smell. And talking about the smells that is like dirt. What is the brand name of that? Are you allowed to? You know, you know what? And I can't remember, I can see it. It'll be if you just go to a pet store in your area, they will have it. It's relatively new. But like I said, it mimics more like what they would use in the world because that's my feeling is she's been doing it since she was four months old. That's what she was used to because they get trained with the litter very early on when their kittens between four and 8 weeks actually start using the litter box. Right, so she was used to going outside probably. We don't know what her life story is. Right. Don't you wish they could tell you? I just look at my cats and go, I wish you guys could just talk, right? Yes. The two that we have are both strays. And we feed them halo. That's a great diet. It's a very good one. Because the oldest one, if we give her anything cheap vomits, okay, so she's sensitive. Just wonder how much in the wild she was before we got her because her little stomach is so sensitive. But I've tried all kinds of different letters. I will go back up to petco and see what they have. And tell them, tell them that you talked with me and that I was recommending the one that's more like dirt substance than the litter because she just probably doesn't like the feel of it. It sounds like right. She's just not using it to cover up her feces and you guys should not have to go do that for her. So you can take a hold of her polls to show her how you've done it. Yeah, no, that won't work. That won't work. Right. And it's funny because it's interesting because the other kitten is doing what most cats would do. But it's something with her psychologically that she doesn't like. And then what you could do is, if she does do it, you could positively reinforce her when she does do the behavior that you want, like if you have any treats once she jumps out of the box. And it is a mistake. I mean, we praise her. We do everything, but it certainly hasn't worked. Well, yeah, I do think I've treated, I've been a vet for 23 years, and I have seen this before. And it's because they don't like the substrate that's in the litter box. And sometimes they're using people using too much. So you gotta try varying the amount that you put in there, try a different size box as well. And try this, I'm sorry, I wish I could think of the name
Fresh update on "petco" discussed on Evening News with Art Sanders
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"petco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"From Bloomberg radio Shares a petco Rowling this past week after the company revealed earnings beats on both the top and bottom line for the fourth quarter and it upped its full year outlook for adjusted earnings and revenues Okay we all know this Pets all the rage during the pandemic I know somebody sitting close to me right now who got a new doggie Got a new puppy You did How was your puppy done Really good Okay good Well it seems very well Really well yeah Well probably good and well If it's being trained well right Yes Well it does seem that the trend is continuing even as the threat of COVID wanes With more on how the business achieved a 7th consecutive quarter of double digit comp store sales growth We spoke with petco chairman and CEO of petco Ron Coughlin We made a big bet that we were going to develop an ecosystem of the full offering that pet parents won So we have our own vets We have grooming We have training We have supplies We have food and we do it in stores We also do it digitally And that was a big bet versus trying to be expert at one part of the thing which is what basically everyone else does In 54% of pet parents say that's what they want They want to partner to manage their pet lives I'm sure it's not easy for you I used to go to one place for a bit One place for a grooming one place for food My hunch is you probably do that right now Kind of still do Yeah But I do a lot online in terms of products And that simplifies my world Yeah but if you could do it all in one place and then that company knows you and knows your data and the groomer knows the same thing that the vet knows we take better care of you And so that strategy is working The second thing that's working is our omnichannel strategy 80% of our online orders get fulfilled through our pet care centers We call them micro distribution centers That means there's faster to the customer and lower cost Does that mean they walk into or no It's separate distribution centers So there's three Your local petco right It had three different versions One we might ship from that store to you if you ordered online Two you could same day delivery which you can't do online or three you might go in and pick it up if you're short on order Oh I need to get food on my way home and bopa is just like you order a head on your Starbucks as an example So that's really working for us And then our vet business is working And we had a big announcement last week We had a joint venture with a vet partner and we bought them out last week We announced it And so we're bringing 800 veterinary professionals into our system And one of the biggest questions I get from investors is can you hire enough vets You might have hired my vet who we loved and adored and who became part of a bigger practice and then is gone Our investors seeing the story though are the hearing this story because the stock is doing well today but it did hit a record low in late February It's down 30% from its highs of last year What are investors missing here Yeah I mean we got caught in some of the market downturn that happened And we just need to prove it over time And that's why I'm so proud of the 7 quarters of double digit growth with the margin expansion And also our bullishness was evidenced by our guide which was above consensus There were people who questioned whether we could grow in the second half of the year We did so at double digit rate there were people who questioned whether we can lap next year And we showed a big a nice guide going forward that people appreciate And I think that's why the stock is responding In addition to the fact that I think that there is a premium for companies that can execute in these times Whether it's the labor issues whether it's the different economic issues people who can execute or getting a premium right now What segment of your business sees the biggest growth Because she talked about a couple of different things And there's omnichannel There's digital There's in the store There's the vet services They're selling pets What is it What is it that really juices the top and bottom line and profitability I love all my kids But some I love a little bit more The truth is they're all growing But if you look at our digital business we grew a 143% on a two year basis We more than doubled our digital business in the last two years I mean that's astounding How often do you more than double a business that already had scale in two years We did a 25 last quarter So how much of revenues is digital Purely digital Yeah digital is between 15 and 20% And how much of somebody who is digital then walks in the store What are you looking for when you're omnichannel I was just talking to chipotle They're omnichannel right They have chipotle and your digital only and go to the store You can use the app There's all these different things How many how many people are going to the stores buying online You want somebody who's all in That's the way the world is going So if I go through the recent sequence 2000 happened and everyone went online right Even my father who loves going to stores all of a sudden became an online customer for the first time Then in 21 people thought maybe they won't come back They came back to our stores in droves And more and more it is this omnichannel customer We call it retail three where you really bring this promise on any channel that we've all been talking about for years together Not only for that experience but also as fulfillment centers You hear target talking about using their targets as fulfillment centers It's killer the strategy got me to go to a Target Store in a long time And we truly believe we're one of the retail three leaders in defining that.
"petco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"We saw a few different stories play out especially with target and Walmart this week sort of absorbing those costs rather than passing them on to consumers How are you thinking about it right now Yeah so we have a highly inelastic category We have the highest spending pet parents in our portfolio So the way we see it is we have offerings for every consumer So if you want a high end fresh frozen we have it If you want a premium you want a value We have a great value in our own brand wholehearted So we make sure we have an offering for everybody But at the same time we are able to pass through a lot of that pricing Hey what about getting workers To be your man your stories How tough is that Yeah well in the last year we had double digit increases in wages We are bonus we just paid out 40% above target because the mantra is as the company does better employees do better And we've done a lot of things and in return what we're seeing is our retention amongst our pet care center our store employees full-time employees is above 19 in terms of retention and actually believe this or not we had a 40% increase in applications versus the beginning of the year So we feel good about how we're heading into the holiday Save all the workers you want We feel good about how many of the holiday It's a tight market But as I said our applications are up 40% so All right We got to run Thank you so much We appreciate it Yeah always great to have you on Coughlin of course he is the chairman and CEO of petco joining us here in our interactive broker studio You are listening to Bloomberg business wet I was going to say wolf wolf All right it is a great ticker Come on All right let's get to where the national news Everybody.
The battle to develop the Sports Arena - burst 2
"Today on the southern california real estate report we give an update on a sports arena center and it's becoming quite a battle state. good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming from san diego california so back in the news. Pechanga arena chain sports arena. Whatever you wanna call it. It's it's kind of the. It's kind of like watching a sporting match like you're like who's going to take the lead. Yeah who's going to win out what's plan from. Different parts of the crowd right exactly. What what ooh. Who has the best ideas and plans. You know who's gonna accommodate. The city's needs fast. So for those of you. That are new to this. The sports arena. Property was last year thrown up basically as a request for proposal to redevelop it. But what happened was was that that was premature because the land actually has to be used for an affordable component of housing. That wasn't considered in the first proposal. So it's kind of interesting so so what happened was it was basically put out as as basically like most real estate. Proposals or requests for proposals are put out. It was put out as basically a best and final and they said. Hey you know you. Mr developer come out and give us your best and final on how you would redevelop this. The surplus land that we have around our sports arena facility. Which by the way. The sports arena in this town if anyone is local for our local listeners. I should say those of us. That are familiar with the sports arena. I mean it's it's really dated so this is long overdue to get this done for a city. That's our size and for a city that now is gonna have what we're going to have in mission valley with the new. Sds you the football stadium and what we already have in. Petco pet khoza class aid stadium. That's rivals any baseball park in the country and the sports has like this really. It's just as really old decrepit building but people love it and they love going to the goals games because they can say close to the ice and things like that so it has some kind of some neat things about it but the building itself is like one thousand nine hundred seventy s the developer. That came out was brookefield. Who has quite a few properties. Here in san diego so there are known developer there known quantity and out of all the best in finals. That's who the city chose now. They made a huge mistake right because in the summer when it went up to the state to get approval of the state turn around said. Now you can't do it because there's no affordable on this property so you have to literally stop and now turn around and go find not only. Somebody's redevelop the sports arena. But also you need to find an affordable developer and then you need to have so do market rate units so brookefield has come back around and now they're saying hey. We understand that. This was a mistake. We're ready to do it again. So originally the units that the total coverage was going to be approximately twenty two hundred residential units but now they're actually increasing that up to like four thousand residential units if you stay under a certain square footage right around six to eight hundred sixty eight hundred square feet. So obviously you can do a large affordable you know component of studio units or you know micro units things like that. That are pretty popular as affordable housing options. You know for single people and people that fit into the average area meaning category. Which they're saying is going to be obviously found by hud and it's like thirty to sixty percent thirty two eighty some eight. I mean you have to remember that. Like six hundred to eight hundred feet. You can of one better in that. Like dont necessarily studios of yeah. Yeah yeah that's true. They could be nice. One bedrooms one in twos in six to eight hundred square feet but but to get the density that they're talking about. I think there's going to be a lot. I guess i should say i should. You're right a one hundred percent and it's there's going to be a smaller. There's going to be smaller. Units so the original plan had a lot of residential houses like sf are and townhomes and things like that so that is probably going to go away to get this additional density that they need so it's going to be interesting. They're going to have to escape park. They're going to have office and retail. They're going to have restaurants so for those of you. That don't know this area. The site is huge. So insight and brookefield is in the running but that toll brothers is trying to trying staged a comeback. Well so toll. Brothers is trying to stage a comeback. But what's really interesting too. Is it so this is now an open bid so they put out basically the so so. The city got the state's approval and now they have basically put out that. Hey this land is available surplus. Here's what you need to do. So there's going to be like you know. Basically on sunday there's going to be a presentation so also condamne who is a local real estate investment firm here that owns apartments nationwide. They're one of the largest apartment owners in the country. Owner and operator i should say so they. They have a big management platform. They're also going to throw their hat in to be the developer on this project as well. They've already it. Sounds like
"petco" Discussed on The View
"We were in florida. And we're doing a big concert. Here in san diego at petco on the twenty ninth. I believe it's the greatest. And i've i've yes. I've been fortunate to play with brian. Wilson over the years and the beautiful car. Wilson passed away. dennis. I didn't really know but this music that they have right now is needed so much in the world like i said i just got off tour and you just see people. Oh my god. They need to hear music and optimism. And wouldn't it be nice and fun fun fun and it's just it's it's heart music and i'm just grateful that the that i get to play with them and i get to see firsthand how it moves people. Mix them so happy. Keep touring. I really wanna seal jive. Come john we can't let you go without asking about the fantastic yvette nicole brown. Who's a friend of our our here and she's one of the co stars on the show. We love her. What's your favorite thing about working with her. Well first of all. I have to say that she watches. Everything looks at every tweet every talk show. She's like trump. she sits and watches them. So i have to say nice things about her on everything because she'll she'll you know she'll rid me if i don't but in all honesty i just love her. Oh my gosh. she's as you guys know. She's so smart and she's beautiful and she's a great actress. She's a pro. I've learned so much from her already. And i just love her. She's an ireland right now and i hope she's finding a husband because that's my next job. Get her married really. Wow well okay. I got help john you know you always welcome here. We love seeing you and you perform with the beach. Boys may twenty ninth at petco park in san diego california and there are a few tickets still available so make sure to check it out big shot his streaming on disney plus right now and we. Of course we'll be right back.
"petco" Discussed on Warp Lords Podcast
"If one. Yeah it goes right into the it goes right into the fucking barrier Romi a d. twelve please. It's going to be an eight tight. You see as the you see. The programmatic barrier breaks in the flashing lights. Stop you see that. The statue was covered with acid But it does reveal the crystal beneath the barrier as the barrier breaks. All of you are freed from your blinding effects if you are currently suffering from them as the as the flashing lights have stopped same. Does that give us back the like whatever we lost on sense. No you still have those wounds. You're still like you're like dizzy now. And it's still like like it's it's flashy you know what i mean like after you go into a place with really really bright lights and all that shaam burial. He'll it is we. We need to destroy it while the barriers. Yeah the crystal is kind of open and you guys are not in combat at the moment so well before you do anything to face it off. I cricket variable hill myself. Give yourself a quick pop. And all of the water re enter your eyes. As like you're your you're corneas ring just to the light. You decide like dry eyes dry. Then she just channels like in india so dangerous past a wheelchair again with the blood. Help or hurt that thing. What seeing the gem. I don't know if pointing to it would help the the bright glowing source thing i assume pointing would not. Don't think that using blood on that thing would necessarily you do much of anything. Okay we can just smash regular yes if anything you could potentially use it and potentially try disturb any magic in it or attach a rune to but nothing else non thinking maybe we smash it would suddenly out of nowhere so nobody takes is but me to throw another statue at the. Yeah romi opposed him. Not as you at that time with the minus minus two cents. Still right. I know you can see now so like you're good to cool. You're hit with the thirty two. You crack the gem and hit the radiation jeb. Didn't miss congratulations. Where would you like to pull from. Okay well thanks. I don't actually want whole pull. Another horse get another gold horse. Oh my god that would be so sick. Oh my god. I won determine how many days i ruled that the other one carts shirt is going to be really fun to listen to you guys. Why can't i like this. We're actually playing because you can't roll seven dice but still high arrows year already. Eight from the sees. Okay be with you guys shore. So i need everybody in the area to make checks boy. Okay fell fail. I actually watch aren't tight. That plus one luck. Racial 's from being cases really really coming into play But three luck all of the paintings in front of you kind of disintegrate as you see emanating out of the gym when it explodes is a pale grey barrier that begins to cover over top of all of you. Everything magical in here stops functioning as magic as you inside of this barrier as the fire inside of this of this room becomes an anti magic field. Magic's kinda shetty. So i'd be like you know. No biggie school. Isn't telekinesis magic announcing to you all also noticed that this causes the creature in the center of the room covered in those paint-splattered robes it begins to screech and disintegrate and begin its skin begins to boil and separate as it slowly becomes small snakes that all on separate from each other and then rose explode. Oh okay that was yup hell. Yeah like they roads try us. Petco pocket to give myself victory. Pick on it doesn't work. It doesn't fly into our age and start bashing corpse will actually so devon. You're on the outside of this circle as you're the only person who passed so the the buck stops here and you actually do.
Musgrove throws no-hitter as San Diego Padres beat Texas Rangers 3-0
"A pitcher who grew up watching the San Diego Padres has pitched the team's first no hitter and the seasons as well, defeating the Texas Rangers three to nothing Friday night. Cliff Albert reports 28 year old Joe Must. Grove grew up in San Diego, watching the Padres play from the stands. He chased batting practice home runs at Qualcomm Stadium. And then cheered from his family season seats in right field at Petco Park. It took 52 seasons at 8206 games for a Padres pitcher to finally do something none had done before. Must Grove who played baseball it? Grossman High School in La Mesa, and the minor leagues had never thrown a no hitter before, even in Little League But now is a hometown kid. He's made
High School Cheerleaders Ready To Fight, Fight, Fight To Get Back On Los Angeles Area Football Fields
"And marching bands still can't be there. This week, the California Department of Public Health revised high school sports guidelines to no longer allow those groups to attend games, which is upset some people, including this cheerleader from Riverside, and I just think it's not fair because we can totally all be able To be on the sidelines. There's plenty of room See now classifies cheerleaders, bands and drum lines as supporting groups, even though former governor Jerry Brown signed a law officially recognizing cheerleading is a sport in 2016. The Petco Park vaccination superstation will shut down after
San Diego's Petco Park COVID-19 vaccination super site closing again through Tuesday
"Vaccine, governor, Newsome says. In addition to the Fizer and Madonna vaccines, the state should be getting nearly 400,000 doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine each week moving forward. The only constraint now is supply. We are administering more vaccines now. Formally then we are receiving from the federal government. It's not an indictment. It's all now about manufactured supply. It's the only constraint in terms of our capacity to do more and better. The governor says the state is hoping to eventually get to four million doses a week later this year. Now, the county announced thousands more Fizer vaccine doses arrived in San Diego, but there is a shortage of the Madonna vaccine. So U C San Diego says PETCO Parks vaccination Super Station will be closed tomorrow through at least Tuesday. Other super stations are open, though, along with smaller sites this weekend, teachers are among those who could be vaccinated starting this weekend. Ah high school teacher and Sacramento is under investigation after using an
Petco Park vaccine site to reopen Wednesday after new shipment arrives
"Frontline workers are back at it this morning vaccinating those eligible at Petco Park's covered 19 vaccine superstation. It was shut down Sunday, Monday and yesterday because shipment of the Madonna covered 19 vaccine was delayed. That shipment arrived yesterday U C San Diego health oversees the side and his rescheduled appointments. The coronavirus caseload in San Diego County, meanwhile, continues to rise. Health officials confirm close to 700 new cases yesterday so the caseload has passed the 253,000 mark. The death toll is approaching 3100 after five more deaths were
"petco" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Majority vote, then 16 hours for House managers to make their case. 16 hours for the president's defense. The Trump legal team writing in a brief the trial is going to be political theater, blaming Nancy Pelosi quote the speaker of the House and her allies have tried to callously harness. The chaos of the moment for their own political gain. The House will establish it trial that President Trump merits conviction and disqualification toehold in enjoy any Office of honor, trust or profit Under the United States. The trial could be extended for a longer period of time. If the impeachment managers decide that they will call witnesses. President Biden wants to cut his predecessor off from intelligence information. White House Press secretary Jen Psaki clarified remarks the president made to CBS News a reference, of course. His erratic behavior, which I think many Americans would agree with him on hey, was expressing his concern about former president Trump receiving access to sensitive intelligence. But sake acknowledged the president may not have the final word on whether Trump stays in the loop, saying that's ultimately up to intelligence officials. Sake also told reporters President Biden will not spend much time monitoring the impeachment trial of the former president. That's Rachel Sutherland reporting Governor Gavin Newsom toward the mass vaccination center at Petco Park Monday, praising San Diego County for leading the state in distribution. The governor says other counties in California are way behind where they need to be. But San Diego was several sites, including pet go downtown. Example of success. San Diego The first county person city put a site together like this successfully clues. You inspired others, all throughout the state of California, including The L. A Dodgers, including folks in Northern California, Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara. With 40 Niners play, they'll be opening their mass vaccination site Cal Expo in the number State Fairgrounds have now done thing. Same unless the month the PETCO site alone distributed more than 100,000 vaccines. Jack Cronin, Koga news governor nuisances. The number of new coronavirus cases continues to fall statewide during his news conference at Petco Park. After touring the vaccination superstation, the governor had an update on the numbers on.
"petco" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Your good advice. You have a three almonds, though them satiate you throughout the day and moment they're packed with protein. Thank you. The next storm Will Dunmore rain at a quicker rate of speed Meteorologist Alex Tardy with the National Weather Service is Southern California will start getting that rain tomorrow night. It is going to be considerably faster arrival and considerably heavier rainfall, so it looks like the majority of it is still on track for Thursday. Night. During the overnight hours, we'll see some high winds return and we're going to see heavy snow, but the snow levels they're going to start off between six and 7000. Ft. He says. The heaviest rain in San Diego is expected between 4 A.m. and 9 A.m. Friday. Bakery and cafe chain has a solution for all those who carry iced coffees in sub zero temperatures. Panera bread, taking to Twitter to promote bread bull hand warmers for iced coffee lovers this winter. The Round glove is an edible, but it has a cup holder for the chili beverage so folks can get their caffeine fix with toasty hands from now. Until Friday, customers can head to iced and toasty dot com for a chance to win one of the 450 limited edition accessories a rep for Panera says the promo comes after a survey that 78% of Americans don't like cold temperatures stop them from sipping iced coffee. You're the stories trending in San Diego this morning, The Petco Park vaccination side is back open after bad weather caused a pause for two days. Researchers at UCSD are afraid that now could be the wrong time to loosen, covet restrictions. We've got your real time traffic and your updated weather. We'll tell you when that next storm is going to get here on San Diego's morning news. Local news time is 8 46 on Diego's News and information state. There is no science just kind of had a women, which is unfortunate for you know the businesses in Kelly..
"petco" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Attorney representing some San Diego businesses, All right, very, very treacherous roads this morning. If you're driving, you need to be careful. Let's get to the latest with Kevin Dean come out lately, or I should say in the last 15 or 20 minutes, no new incidents called him. How about that? But See Speed. Still working. 33 separate accidents at the moment. Ah lot of those air debris out of the roadway. A that have either fallen out of the back of a truck or believe that RB that have blown from somewhere off the freeway out onto the freeway. Some lawn chairs going on the freeways, patio umbrellas that actually came from yards near the freeway out onto the roadway, so it is very windy. The winds, in fact, have closed down the vaccination station downtown, a Petco park. And if you thinks everybody who called in giving us the heads on that up, heads up on that early. If you have an appointment for today that you could not make it too, because you know it's closed. You can use that appointment at any time over the next few days. The rest of the week once they open up treacherous conditions. As you mentioned you had a mountain areas, very icy, Very snowy. The eight both directions great minds closed down, by the way. If you're trucker heading that way, you can't make that pass. You're gonna have to go out towards the desert used the 15, although it's got some traffic restrictions as well. And this crash on the hearth, Patio Eagle five Have a plausible of art yet still blocking the three right lanes? Traffic still jam well before the 54 the super response by the California Highway Patrol. Hey, if you're looking for a stable career in these unstable times, the California Highway Patrol could be your answer. Applied today for an excellent job with excellent benefits. Visit CHP made form or dot com today and learn how to begin the application. Process. Coco's next storm watch traffic update. 8 50 Alright, widespread rain and wind today affecting all of us. We got snow in the mountains as well will do. Ah, Further weather forecast a little bit later..
Ancient Dogs Had Complex Genetic Histories
"Dogs were the first animals to be domesticated stuck with us as we changed lifestyles from hunting gathering to farming to city living. The dog is a species that is intimately linked to hyun history. Anders bergstrom a post. Doc at the francis crick institute in london. He and his colleagues studied the genomes of twenty seven. Ancient dog bones dug up around the world. They found by eleven thousand years ago. We see the dog to start to diversify united kalihi so we find evidence of at least five major lineages of dogs already at this time. Dog remains have been found in europe asia in the americas in a pattern similar to help. Humans moved mixed to a large degree. The history of dogs dog seems have been shaped by human history. So like the reflecting. How what you must moved. They would have brought her dogs with them. Ancient humans clearly found dogs to be very useful in the arctic. Evidence at sled. Dogs actually emerged very early on people. Use them for the purpose of leading perhaps as early as ten thousand years ago. A few modern breeds like the african basenji new guinea singing dog or australian dingo are similar to one of the five ancient lineages most other modern breeds derived at least in part from european dogs which came to dominate dog genomes. Back for five thousand years ago. There's a great diversity of dogs in europe but at some point there was probably a single population that expanded in basically replaced other populations in europe. So this was something that we did not predict sunday. You couldn't really see just from studying. Archaeology look the dna with all this diversity. In the past that is not represented in present-day dogs. The study is in the journal. Science where you'll find maps of dog migrations over time one odd finding about eleven thousand years ago it looks like dogs. Spread more widely than humans did does actually opposes. We don't understand. So how could the dogs spread so quickly widely. We're we're not aware of any human migrations. At this time that could have facilitated this spread of the dog but some of it spreads very quickly to two human groups all across the world perhaps because he was a very useful thing for his early human together. The groups humans were also useful to dogs prehistoric. Petco didn't exist so dogs. Probably humans did and is human started to form oath species quickly adapted to digest more grains. The number of copies of a starch digesting gene in both humans and dogs increased in the generation following the invention of agriculture. Yes oh that. That's a very striking example of convergent evolution between humans. And dogs. way it's gonna be interesting to think of the dog. As kind of a evolutionary experiment that runs alongside human history and undergoes. Same lifestyle changes that we do
Despite reactions, California says virus vaccine can be used
"News for l A and other counties in California that have been scrambling to get enough doses of the Corona virus vaccines to inoculate everyone who's eligible. State health officials have given the green line to restart using a batch of modern, a vaccine that was put on the shelf after a handful of people experienced allergic reactions. KCRW's Darryl Saxman has the latest The state's top epidemiologist, says a safety review found no scientific basis to continue the pause and that vaccinations with the Moderna doses should resume immediately. That decision frees up more than 300,000 doses to county cities in hospitals struggling to obtain supplies. Earlier this week, the state Department of Health recommended not using that batch of modern a vaccine after what was described as fewer than 10. People inoculated at San Diego's Petco Park developed severe reactions. Those problems were not reported in any other county that received vaccines from the same batch. Doctor. Erica Pan, the state's top infectious disease specialist, said in the statement that the safety review that involved Mo Derna and health agencies found no cause for concern. She said the findings quote should continue to give Californians confidence that vaccines are safe and effective.
"petco" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Coming in on the pike that's still looking at a very, very good ride East and westbound. In fact, between Framingham in Boston at this point, Lori granted WBC's traffic on the three. Now the WBC four day active weather forecast mostly clear skies out there should be another picturesque a sunrise on tap for later this morning. Here in Boston Made a beautiful one yesterday. Looks like we're gonna have a repeat and probably even better. Just some nice clear skies in Boston this morning. That's also leaving for some pretty chilly temperatures out there. Many of us are still in the mid twenties, feeling like teens for most of us now today highs into the upper thirties, and we'll have more clouds on the way this afternoon about a good deal of sunshine before lunchtime, So get out there and enjoy it If you can. And then for tonight's were down into the upper twenties for your Wednesday tomorrow, chili once again high of 34. It'll be breezy with clouds and sunshine and feeling colder than that, for sure. Outside, down to a low of 21 Wednesday night Thursday, a high of 33 sunshine turning cloudy throughout the day and then Friday Ah high of 38 with partly sunny skies measure Dean DeVore mentioned with AccuWeather. We are staying clear of any snow outside of some flurries in Western Mass. And Potential Florrie here and there really no significant precipitation until it least early next week. If that right now out there it is chilly. Where a 25 degrees in Sudbury. Right now we're at 26 Carver. It is 25 Rally in Boston right now. Mostly clear Skies. 28 degrees. It is 5 35 on WBZ news radio. Over concerns about allergic reactions. A top medical official in California wants the state to stop using the modern, A covert vaccine for now, and one specific batch as we hear from CBS is Steve Futterman, officials here in California are looking into higher than normal allergic reactions to the modern, a vaccine. It occurred last week in a super site Petco Park, the home of the San Diego Padres baseball team. Six reactions took place in around 15 minutes. State officials have identified the particular batch of the modern a vaccine connected with these reactions. Healthcare providers have been told to stop using that batch. There have been no other.
"petco" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"100 Kogo 806 105 646 Act Carl DeMaio. Are you experiencing a problem trying to get your hands on the cove in 19 vaccination? Are you on the list and so therefore you're eligible, but you're not actually able to figure out how to get the vaccination of the vaccine shot administered. Let's go to well, Vicky says. There's some good news. Vicky Line three. She says she found it was not very difficulty at all. Go ahead, Viki. There? Yeah. Just to let everybody know my doctor sent me the link I signed up at Petco. I had to create an account with you. See if D Ondo upload my information, and then I went on Sunday morning. It was dreamless. I went first thing in the morning. They actually took us earlier and I was out of there and probably about 40 minutes, But I mean, it was boom, Boom, boom. They did a great job yesterday. And, um, you know, I got my card with my vaccine information. And then as soon as I got home, um I already got, um and alert in my email to sign up for my next injection. I already have my next injection schedule. And so far so good. I mean, I kind of feel like I have a little bit of flu symptoms that my only downfall, but they also have a link to the CDC. Where you can let them know about your vaccine outcomes. And you give that also there while you're in your car. You have her over it. And it sent you a text alert and then every single day it comes up at the certain fine. You put in the information as far as what you're feeling in your symptoms, and if there's any problems, and it goes directly to the CDC, So, so far, I haven't had any problems. I also tried to schedule with Sharpe, Grossmont and the cow back. One was hard to figure out because I had all the data in Then it went to the appointment information. And then by the time I got there, there was no appointment. You know that. So what? You're gonna have a lot of great stuff here first. Sorry. No, no, no, no, no, it's all great stuff. S so what you just established. Is that the right now there are two systems in San Diego. At least one was UCSD And the other one was Sharpe. Grossmont. Right? Exactly. Yeah, well, I went to register. It either gave me to go to instructions for Sharpe Grossmont or gave me instructions to go to Petco. So I originally scheduled at Petco and then I thought I wanted it sooner, so I tried to reschedule through Sharp in that was hard to Cal backstop ord was very complicated. Everybody had complaints that we filled it out three or four times trying to get the appointment and we never got it and you had to enter in all the data before we let you see the appointment. Now, Petco. I was able to get all the appointment after some pre screening on by on by once I scheduled the appointment and sent me the email with my log in information. And that I created the account with U C F D and then from there, everything was flying. It gave me a place notifications and to fill out my chart, and then that's where I scheduled. My next injection. It comes up in your email, like right away like a couple hours after your appointment. So UCSD system in your opinion, far superior to the Sharpe Grossmont one. Yeah, with Sharps using Cal Vax daughter work and that one was hard to maneuver. So the one that I went through to you see if D and Petco was was streamlined and Everybody. I know that went through. Petco was able to get an appointment. There was four of us that had appointments yesterday, and we all had Successful vaccinations. I don't tell me about this. What? What's your occupation? How did you get onto the preferred less? I'm building manager for position, So I have direct patient contact with patients. So where I'm in private practice, so She had to write me a letter saying that I am a tiered employees and that I have direct patient contact and I work in a physician's office. I had to use the letter. I had to use my name badge and I had to use my idee when I went yesterday, and that's all I needed to present once I got there so that you went you went you. Where do you live On a Sunday you went from Where? To? Where? To peck. Oh, yeah, I live in the mesa. That's why I was trying to get the shark breath. Okay, And that's where I was able to get my vaccine. And you know, my girlfriend lives in a bowl and she also went to Petco and she would find I send her the link and she was able to sign up right away. And she actually I send her the link on Saturday and she got an appointment yesterday. So I know you know, with all the vehicles that were there yesterday it was boom, boom boom. They have it's well. Well machine down there. They did a great job. You said 40 minutes was at 40 minutes from your home and back. Where was it? 40 minutes. Once you got to Petco I left here, probably about 6 45 and I was home by like 7 40. All you know, In a nutshell, from leaving here, getting the vaccine and coming home. That's pretty quick. Is your reading in the compute Their exactly I know some of the appointments might be a little more congested during the daytime Only because you have downtown traffic and people that are still working down there. It might be a little more complex. That's why I chose first thing in the morning. Because it's seen more streamlined and then weekends were they had all kinds of appointments on the weekend, so I think it's easier to do because there's less traffic downtown as well. So you he would give it probably in a or B plus. Oh, yeah. Yeah, I would have given a name. They did a great job, You know, no complaints. Well, that's good, Good, good that you're able to do that through UCSD. Uh, where we hear it? We're hearing as of as of last week that sharp hospitals were not given access to the vaccine. So at least so as of this weekend, if you are at least able Tonto to sign up Yeah. Yeah, you were and then also to I heard bonds. Pharmacies are starting the vaccines and you can sign up. I think I've gone and then my doctor told me today that script she's going to be in his eyes immunizing for Script Hospital this week for the 65 older. And she said the patients had to go on increasing account with scripts. I would imagine if any of your listeners out there are in the script organization for their health care, and they're over 65. They should be able to schedule an appointment on their Web site somewhere. She didn't give me the direct link, but she just said that Patients that she's going to be injecting are the 65 plus. What? That that's good. That's good. That's good, firsthand knowledge. I'm glad to see that at least for one person. It zee going well Appreciate you calling in 806 100 Kogo 806 105 646 at crawled bio. What we just heard is it's encouraging, But Vicky had a good experience. We're hearing, though A lot of other folks are frustrated that they're having bad experiences. Um And maybe this is just the turning of the corner and I would love to see that I'd love to see us pick up the pace. But can the notion that Dodger Stadium is shut today and it was shot yesterday? They're supposed to do 15,000 day. It is incredibly frustrating. Don't tell me that we're not able to open up. Vaccination program on a weekend or on holiday. All right, this is wartime. Get it done coming up more your calls, Plus that batch of bad Well, not bad. The group of people had a bad reaction to the Um, vaccine Moderna version of the vaccine, and it actually actually happened right here in San Diego at Petco Park will give you an update on that first traffic. With Meryl Guided investing, You have the option to work with an advisor revel.
"petco" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Gonna go switch gears. We got to talk about some of the market activity that we're already seeing this new year, including once again, an active market to take companies public. Amazing. Just a couple weeks in right, Tim the 2021 I po market, often runny. We cut up With Bloomberg News deals. Reporter crystals see to hear about the activity. We we really are saying the yet with very, very sizable on high profile IPO's just this week, we have seen at least six companies when public in New York on that includes Petco, and that includes a firm posh Mar. A lot of them are consumer facing companies. We have seen a bunch of technology companies went public. Laid in the quarter. But let it be consumer attack. 2021 is going to be a year of another record year, potentially for IPO's. We already have seen, you know, certain companies come out and say that they have either confidentially found or engaging advisors on listings, so not only that we are potentially going to Seymour directly saying given there now. Able to raise cos I would raise a proceeds from from these transactions. So all in all, it's gonna be a big year for E. C. M. For capital markets on bit's The best is one of the best start in the year. That was seen s Oh, yeah. Petco and Theodore options really help them in terms of growth, And it's not just a short term, um, actual term boost in revenue or in business that they're gonna see. People who adopt during the pandemic are going to have the pet for the next decade or so, And that really helped him and it's the same train that they see in the suburbs and in cities. Um so in terms of extension, um millennials, getting pets and covert definitely have been a driver. Echo a name that's going public for a second time and with a great ticker. We're talking about Petco Health and Wellness, which follows the pop prints of chewy, which went public last year and bark expected This year via SPAC. Let's not forget that Julie was a cover story at Bloomberg Business Week. I mean, it's all about everybody's pets. I do want to say, though, that the owner of the animal supply chain store Petco Man, they raised 864 million in that I po. Yeah, a lot right, and it returned the retailer to the public market 15 years after it was taken private. The company, which is changing its name to Petco Health and wellness Company, in conjunction with the listing sold 48 million shares for $18 each No. After the I P. A Petco will continue to be controlled by its current owners that includes CVC Capital Partners and Canada Pension Plan Investment board. They acquired Petco for 4.6 billion from TPG and Letter Green and 2016. A decade after those two firms took Peco private. It's one of those Harvard Business School's case, but it is I got to say yes, absolutely is. It also speaks to the cycle of this stuff, right public private, private public right, which we see a lot and in the process. Everybody's making a lot of money along the way we could. Up with Petco CEO Ron Coughlin and of that ticker, by the way, Let's get back to that. It's w 00 F wolf. Let me start with what hasn't changed. That hasn't changed is the mission of the company to really improve the lives of pets? Pet parent has always been in the hearts. Of the folks who work at Petco. But what's changed is we really retooled the business. Instead of being a big bag of dog food in a cart type company. We really become a complete partner for the health and wellness of a pet parrot, and we're really the only ones that can do that. Because we're the only ones who have a veterinary hospitals. Training, grooming that they online and the mass players don't have we have the highest and food with on Lee, retailers said. We're getting rid of artificial ingredients getting rid of shock collars. And then we have strong e commerce and our stores, which are now called pet care centers that Maura um or are working together. So here's an amazing fact for you 80% or e commerce orders are getting fulfilled. Who are pet care centers, which just gives us faster to the customer and lower costs versus competition, Right? You don't have to have these huge what massive distribution centers. We call that right? We call these micro distribution centers. Yes, and it really gives us a competitive edge. We talked about it as forward deployed inventory. Ron, I gotta say, I love dogs got my dog scout. She's quite the spoiled little critter. But what's interesting is that I've talked with the CEO of two. We follow this sector because it has really exploded. We have definitely seen it take off. Where's the most growth? Is it the healthcare side of it and the pet care centers? Is that it? Is it merchandise? What is it? So you're seeing explosive growth and services. So that's where we're putting a lot of effort. We're building out the fastest. That network build out in history really focused on The affordable vet care. 70% of pests don't get the care they need because of affordability. So we're rolling out 70 that hospitals a year, so that's a big growth area. And the other growth area is around digital. And that's where you know we were growing 20 to 30% before Cove it and we're growing 90% last quarter in our digital offering, So you're seeing that competitive it Competitive advantage Come through. Listen, we know the pandemic. I'm sure you've asked been asked this question A million times have forgive me. The pandemic led to people Adopting a lot of pets I know is I walked my dog over the last year. The streets were kind of littered with you could see the various, you know, pet retailer's e tailers boxes. Everybody was buying things for their pets argue at all concerned that as we all eventually get back to work that maybe that focus on our pets changes. Yeah, So, So first we have 3.3 million new pets in America today. Based upon what happened in covert and people needing a little more joy in their lives and those adoptions, and those need to be said they need to be groomed. They need to be trained and they're going to be vaccinated so that provide the lift the entire category in terms of change of behavior. The good news is more and more companies and plays or talking about working from home, so that should be good and more more employers are becoming dog friendly, so we don't anticipate and his history says There's not a lot of, you know returns if you will with live pets, so and if if you know where we actively try Tol, make sure that pets are put in homes. Peco Foundation Save 401,000 lives a year from euthanasia, and we're dedicated, trying eliminate euthanasia, so We're gonna be a catalyst for making sure that nothing bad happens. Excited, responsible pet ownership. That's the thing that I think you know, everybody needs to know about because that is going to help you in your cause there. Hey, brick and mortar. How important is that? Like I do you guys think about That you need to have to some extent, some saturation almost like a Starbucks where people if they're moving around, they need something for the pets that they see Pepco's everywhere. How important is that to the business story for you guys? You know, we're comfortable with our footprint will. What I will tell you is our brick and mortar pet care centers are absolutely sources of competitive vantage. You think about it right? They are the salons for pets. They're the hospital for pets and even the schools for peds s O R services make you know we get much more utilization than your traditional retailer..
"petco" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"And mortgage interest rates will get attention today. Delta Airlines and Black Rock will post quarterly results as thier earnings reporting season ramps up. Federal Reserve's new beige book suggested that overall economic activity picked up a bit in recent weeks, but conditions varied a lot among the Fed district. The surgeon coronavirus cases took a toll on optimism. Shares of Petco begin trading on the NASDAQ Today under the symbol W. 00 F The animal products chain is returning to the public market 15 years after it was taken private. The chain is officially changing its name to Petco Health and Wellness. It raised $864 million in its initial public offering. Jimmy back to you. All right, Thanks. It's ah 9 22 here on a Thursday morning, Jimmy. May we just till 10 o'clock? See what do we have? Oh, Johnson and Johnson is reporting some positive results on their potential coronavirus faction. I think Jeff just mentioned this, but I'll tell you anyway, it looks like the one shot deal, not a two shot deal, and they had good success with it. We should get probably a A application to the FDA. Sometime. In the next few weeks. They're expecting more results. And so that happens, though, who go and ask for emergency approval. So when we can use him because we don't apparently have enough saying the flying here in ST Now listen to the government. He says. Hey, we've actually more people over $60 anybody. We've got more people over 65 than anybody in the country by far Have to make me not so And then there's this former 2 to 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang officially announced yesterday that he's running for New York City mayor We knew he was going to, but this is official on 46 year old attack entrepreneur. Never held elected office in his presidential run was his first full campaign and video announcing his Merel run, Young said. I ran for president because that's how the economy was not working for everyday Americans. Let's crap in I mean, we had unemployment rates for just about everybody. Every minority every, you know. Lower than any time in history. So what kind of nonsense is that? No. He's the one who wanted to give basic income universal income 1000 bucks a month to everybody in America. He want to carry that same thing in the New York City. So let me get this right. They give you $12,000, right? The wealthy are moving out of New York City at alarming rate. I didn't wanna pay the extra taxes now that the governor and the mayor are trying to put on Yang will continue that. Only that, but it's come up with $12,000 a month a year rather for every person in the city. So what's gonna happen is always well, people moving out. All the poor people are moving in. Except problem is Rates are going to plummet in New York City for ransom purchases. Because, you know, wait a minute. Give me $12,000 a year. But you want me to pay 3000 month for a one bedroom apartment and no, I'm not Do I can't do that. What's gonna happen in real estate in New York City? If you got real estate New York City cell now do not wait. Good luck with trying to sell. A lot of folks out there. We're gonna buy it. And finally U. S. Space Command is not coming to Florida. The Space force announced yesterday that is going to Huntsville, Alabama, has been chosen for the command headquarters. They could never was one of six finalists the space for, says Huntsville, one because in part a large and qualified workforce. It has been a problem State of Florida. Quality schools and infrastructure capacity. So Good luck. Not just your Florida's the right piece to be accepted. You know, we're not paying state taxes. That's that's a good thing is about six or seven states in the country doesn't apply and state taxes to us so Take a look at Tennessee is one Arizona cloaks. Arizona and in Washington. There are six or seven But You know? Qualified workforce, so has been difficult part of software. Lord in general, I guess..
"petco" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"19 regime that's very similar to Gavin Newsom. On, Remember? Don't forget, uh, Andrew Cuomo, you know, really screwed up with the nursing homes in New York, forcing covert patients to be housed there. For capacity reasons, and it led to a lot of old folks dying in those homes. Um Cuomo, who has used draconian orders and, you know very, uh, heavy handed regulations in his state. Lock everything down. Cuomo is getting his rear end handed one just like Gavin Newsom is having his rear end and into him. And in his state of the state address yesterday, Cuomo said, quote ready for this. You ready? This is Andrew Cuomo, New York governor. Quote. We simply cannot stay closed until the vaccine hits critical mass. The cost is too high. We must reopen the economy. But we must do it smartly and safely. Holy cow knocked me over with a feather. This is Andrew Cuomo saying exactly what those of us in the reopened community have been saying. Now don't hold your breath. Just because he's paying lip service to the fact that his approaches failed doesn't mean that he's going to Reversed himself and come up with a better approach. No, that's not gonna happen. But now he is saying exactly what we're saying. We cannot wait until her herd immunity. We gotta reopen the economy have to do it in a balanced way in a strategic way now. Democrats like Gavin Newsom and Nathan Fletcher to Gloria, You all want to go criticize your buddy Andrew Cuomo in New York. Of course not. He's a Democrat. Can't say anything bad about a Democrat cannot now we're not gonna go after our own. But you call people like me and Jim Desmond County supervisors. It's been fighting for reopening. You call us terrorists and we've got blood on our hands. No. We just are pointing out your failures and saying there's a better way to do it. And we've been right consistently have been right about the data, the science etcetera. Here is Andrew Cuomo. Supporting The notion that the lockdowns Have not worked. It also hasn't worked is Thedetroitbureau shin of the vaccine. They started out with 25 million doses on Lee 35% of those doses have been given out so far. 65% of the doses are sitting on the shelves. And remember the covert vaccine has a shelf life. 30 days has to be kept under very stringent conditions, Temperature really low. It could go bad. And we are seeing a lot of health care workers decline the vaccine. But not because it's bad. I just think that they've decided for their own reasons to decline. The vaccine. Police officers in L. A county 40% of them said they weren't going toe sign up at this time for the vaccine, and they're at the front lines. Okay. They deal with people with covert all the time they need the vaccine. Is a priority first responder. And so The government which start out saying We're gonna give it to people based on race, and if you cut in line we're going to prosecute. You were going to go after you and your little dog too. Now that they haven't been able to get people to take the vaccine. Now they're scrambling. It has now been a month since California and San Diego have had their vaccines delivered. And now and now on Lee this week, are we seeing them scrambled? Why did you guys not have this set up ahead of time? Because you actually thought government is the power. People will only show up when we tell them to show up. It will be so overwhelming people will want the vaccine and they will have to comply with when we tell them to show up. No. Go where the market is. They're not going to be universal, um, compliance and acceptance of the vaccine. So let's for the time being vaccinated as many people as quickly as possible. Yes. Give priority to first responders and healthcare workers Give priority that those that are older, but go ahead and open up. As you know, you know, on call line. You know, show up, and as soon as we get all the priority people taking care of will take some of you people in the line. We have technology today, right so we can schedule people to show up just with a simple app. But most people don't know what is it my time, and I've talked to people in the health care industry there. They're completely confused. As to how when? Where, Why? How? How and where and when to get the vaccine. Finally They set up. I think at Petco Park wasn't at Petco Park. I think it was at Petco Park. The vaccine station Petco tailgate lot at Petco Park this week. Vaccination hub. So at least now we know one place to go. It's open 7 a.m. to 7 P.m.. They did 2500 shots on their first day of operation on Monday. Yesterday. They need to do far more than that, 2500. Is a drop in the bucket compared to what we need to be able to do so 2500 and one day times 30 days. 75,000 for, um A a full month. We have 3.5 million people divided by 75,000. And that's gonna take 46 months is a long time to get San Diego County done So again, it's a drop in the bucket. That should have been open a month ago. That should have been ready to go a month ago. But guess what? The Democrats were surprised. People don't want to take the vaccine. People aren't listening to us. We told them to take the vaccine and are not listening to us. What do we do with their although that vaccines are going bad? Well, because you told people not to show up. A lot of people didn't show up. You told people they cut in line, and they don't even know what the damn line is because you haven't been very clear about that either..
"petco" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"The park at the park near Petco Park. Get their vaccination rows of tents set up. They don't even have to leave their car They drive in. They get through vaccination, and then they leave. The goal was to do more than 2500 on Monday. And then for the rest of the week. Get up to 5000 by Friday. These health care workers, many getting off work late. The vaccination station opened until 7 p.m.. Every night this week from the park at the park, Phil Farrar, KOGO news. Many Americans may be able to get that vaccine sooner than expected. That's word from former FDA head Scott Gottlieb. NBC's Stephanie Gauss has more getting mass vaccinations up and running is critical. But in some places it hasn't gotten off to a great start. Phone lines ring busy websites or crashing In Florida first come first served for seniors led to long lines and frustration. It's a historic challenge. Gottlieb told CNBC. He believes that states will expand eligibility because fewer people are lining up for the shots and anticipated. Dr Gottlieb says he thinks there will be no need for rationing by the end of February, according to the CDC. More than 22 million doses of vaccine has been distributed, but fewer than seven million shots have actually been given. San Diego Zoo says eight guerrillas of the Safari Park have come down with the coronavirus at least to have tested positive and six others have shown symptoms, including coughing, marking the first known transmission of the virus to the species. The zoo says it appears the infection's came from a member of the park's wildlife care team that also tested positive for the virus virus but has been asymptomatic. Top Republican lawmaker says the president's accepting some blame for last week's Capitol Hill riot Kevin Corke reports from Washington President Trump has finally acknowledged that he bears some of the blame for the right of the capital to sources telling Fox News that House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy relayed the president's sentiment during a called with the House GOP conference this on a day that saw first lady Melania Trump expressed her views on the unrest that gripped the capital last week. Writing in a statement. Make no mistake about it. I absolutely condemned the violence that has occurred on our nation's capital. Violence is never acceptable. Some Democrats in Congress are working to impeach the president for his role in the siege of the capital. Some Republicans working on censure Coco News Time is seven old. Five in San Diego. Congressman Darrell Isa doesn't support a second impeachment of the president, saying he fears it will on Lee Divide the country even more speaking to reporting partner 10 News, Isis is it's time to help unite all Americans behind the winner of the 2020 election. I really want to see all of us get behind President elect Biden. Be there at the inaugural show our solidarity behind the winner of the election and come out with a and attempt to have our country come back together to the greatest extent possible in a statement, Isis is he's just appointed that congressional Democrats are heading down this path and hopes cooler heads prevailed. The president issuing an emergency declaration for the nation's capital to protect next week's presidential inauguration. The emergency declaration will run until January. 24 Worth. It allows federal agencies to step in and coordinate any relief efforts that are needed. Federal law enforcement is warning that armed protests are possible leading up to the January 20th event. I'm Brian shook. Amazon is facing a lawsuit from Social Media site parlor. The out favored by far right conservative politicians and extremists filed the lawsuit after it was booted from Amazon Web services parlor claims the Alistair is a breach of contract and violation of antitrust laws. The apples who accuses the e commerce shine of a double standard that's motivated by politics. Amazon says parlor has not done enough to moderate its content Parlor was reportedly used to help plan last week's violent siege of the capital. Ford's new Mustang Maki was named the 2021 North American SUV of the year on Monday. Wait a minute. What theological across over was selected over contenders from Hyundai in Land Rover. Ford also secured truck of the year with the new Ford F. 1 50, which beat out the RAM and Jeeps. New Gladiator. The Hyundai along Trow won the car of the year award. All right. Coronavirus case is continuing to spike in San Diego will talk to county Supervisor Nathan Fletcher Live. We also have your updated traffic and weather and more in three minutes Kogo in two years time 707 Now your chance to win $1000 text a nationwide keyword bills to 202 100. You'll get a confirmation text and invoke standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's bills to 202 100. You know if you have not done a refi in a while, you need to call Kevin Lyons. He's my mortgage man. Aunt. He is just He's a great.
Vaccine registration sites are opening across the country, and filling up in minutes.
"Of the vaccine. We're gonna turn now to alex stone. Abc news kfi about the plans locally around the country to get the vaccine out larger numbers to the american public. Alex what's going on here. Yeah up yeah. California is by no means alone and arizona's been dealing with the same thing. A lot of states have been so. Now you've got a mass vaccination effort that that is going on. That's ramping up for major league baseball parks for nfl stadiums for basketball arenas. And we're seeing it here as well but so the numbers nationally look like as of today nine million people in the us have received their first dose about a million of those are in nursing home. Still long way to go there. The goal was twenty million by january. First that wasn't met. But this nine million. That's double what it was only a week ago. So does seem like that at least nationally. And you've seen what florida's doing and then they've been telling people go ahead and lineup and they've been doing these mass vaccination sites and other states are saying all right. We're going to do the same thing and california's one of them that today you heard the governor saying all right it is all hands on deck right now that dodger stadium. Petco park cal. Expo arena that as of probably the end of the week for most of them For dodger stadium. Definitely these are going to be now mass vaccination sites. Here's what the governor said today. Speedy administration not just for priority groups but also now opening up large sites to do so meaning dodger. Stadium padre stadium cal expo. These large mass vaccination sites. But he's got to know. This is not been going well and the feds blame the states and the states. Blame the feds. The states are saying well you know this is during a surge in the pandemic such a massive effort that they needed some kind of a better federal plan for the last
California governor opening mass COVID-19 vaccination sites
"One state is rethinking it's coated 19 vaccination strategy. Mid 19 vaccines have arrived, unveiling new public service announcements trying to convince Californians to get vaccinated Governor Gavin Newsom Says his state is going into all hands on deck mode, opening up mass vaccination sites at Dodger Stadium. Petco Park, where the San Diego Padres play in Cal Expo Arena in Northern California, speeding up the administration, not just priority groups, but also now opening up large sites to do so. California seeing on average now, 476 deaths every day from Cove in 19 in the past
"petco" Discussed on WTOP
"Power of positive energy. Learn more at petco dot com slash brighter. It is to 35, the U. S. Capitol has long been a symbol of freedom and democracy across the globe, and this week's attack sent shock waves around the world with American allies and adversaries. Responding. CBS News is Holly Williams has more from London. America's allies were horrified at the Capitol. Yesterday was a disgraceful act, and it must be vigorously condemned. The leaders of sister democracies are deeply unsettled. This is a very distressing time in the United States and I feel terribly for what's happening there. I really do. It is to 36. There are fears that a swear we Java air passenger jet carrying at least 56 people. Among them Children has crashed this after contact with air traffic controllers was lost after the plane took off from Indonesia's capital. Indonesian Transportation Ministry spokesperson Aditya Devotee says the Boeing 737 500 Took off from Jakarta at about 1 56 PM and lost contact with the control tower at 2:40 P.m.. A statement released by the airline said the plane was in an estimated 90 minutes flight from Jakarta to Ponti Anna. There were 56 passengers and six crew members on board. Nobody said in a statement that the search and rescue operation was underway. Local media reports said fishermen spotted metal objects believed to be parts off a plane in the 1000 islands. A chain of islands north off Jakarta. I'm serious Shockley coming up after traffic and weather flexibility, please. That's what Fairfax wants from state legislators. I'm Michelle Morello to 37. That's a fact.
Grocery store workers alarmed as coronavirus cases soar
"Corona. Virus cases Search nationwide groups representing grocery and retail workers are demanding employers reinstate hazard pay. The workers rights group United for Respect is asking WalMart Amazon, Petco, among others to pay its employees an extra $5 an hour until the pandemic, and workers in many grocery and retail stores got Hazard pay earlier this year, but most companies have since stopped hanging.
Grocery store workers alarmed as coronavirus cases soar
"Has covered 19 cases surge across the country. Groups representing grocery and retail workers are demanding that employers reinstate hazard pay. The workers rights group United for Respect, is asking WalMart, Amazon and Petco to pay its employees an extra $5 an hour until the pandemic ends. Workers that many grocery and retail stores got hazard pay earlier this year, but most companies have since stopped paying it D
Virus Cases Rise, but Hazard Pay for Retail Workers Doesn’t
"In the news of Workers rights group wants a seat grocery and retail workers Gonna pay raises the busy holiday season approaches United for Respect announced today it's asking major companies to get their employees an extra. $5 an hour group singled out Amazon Petco WalMart calling for increased pay the last of the remainder of the pandemic. Five to survive campaign also request paid and unpaid leave and virus safety measures. Hazard pay was provided by many grocery and retail stores back in the spring, but most companies have stopped providing it here.
Pet Valu to wind down U.S. operations, joining list of retailers shuttered by pandemic
"Value has joined the list of retailers permanently shuttered during the pandemic. The specialty retailer of pet food and supplies, will wind down operations at his Pennsylvania headquarters and closed all of its 358 stores and warehouses across the U. S closing sales to begin in the next few days. The pet boom fueled by the pandemic has helped pet superstores Petco and PetSmart and e commerce pet retailer Chewy, but it didn't help that value.
Interview With Carla Hassan
"Welcome Carla to the CMO podcast and congratulations the new city CMO. So happy to have you on his, you're just promote it and you were promoted about the time city named its first woman CEO. Jane Fraser did you to celebrate in any interesting or unusual way during Cova? We didn't well, we we We did celebrate over over a phone call. I am a huge fan of Jane's ever since I met her a couple of years ago. I just and I'm so thrilled for her I really really enthralled for her and I'm I'm honored to be working for her and alongside her and. And Look I think. This is just one of those times when you just really proud to to work at the company that you work at bright because the the the. The fact that we are putting our values to action by you know by by appointing Jane the CEO of the company is just such a huge huge nod to the wonderful leader that she is the greatest compliments that she's had and then also values we have as a company around diversity inclusion. I couldn't be more thrilled. I. Couldn't be more thrilled. We're going to get into that later but did you do any celebration with your family or friends? Yeah. Well, you know it's funny I actually. Back to your first question about whether I celebrated with Jane. So my announcement came out a believe it was on publicly on Wednesday and then hers was on Thursday and I wanted to email her and say, you couldn't give me twenty four hours to like celebrating. I. I thought that would be the right thing to do. But anyway she would have she would have gotten a kick out of if I'd actually said that you know we did celebrate at home we have a thirteen year old and I think for her it was a moment of pride in fact, I'll tell you. The week before that, we were driving in the car I was with her and I? And I saw the note that came out the president that came out to to the company about promotion and I. I kind of choked up a little bit and I handed her the phone. She said, Mama. What's wrong and I said nothing's wrong north and sometimes you know your life you know things happen in your life in a good way after you've worked so hard and I had her the phone and she read it and she said she just kind of looked at me. She said, you know Mama I am really proud of you and that was. Honestly, enough celebration for I mean. Obviously, we've got another marketer in the household who was also a very, very happy for me. So we just kind of had it real a quiet. Celebration at home. Sweet story what what? What was it about the letter that moved you? You know I think we all worked so hard right I mean we all just worked so hard and some days we we slug it out and leadership is hard and marketing his hard and. You know I've. I've had ups and downs my career I mean I started off at Kellogg's it at Pepsico and I took very traditional consumer packaged goods, marketing routes, and I kinda knew really where I was headed and then I decided to the one time in my life that I actually made a took a risk in my career. It was such a public failure right and so for me it. Took a long time for me to get when you went to toys R. us. That's when I went to are. Yeah and you know I would not change it for the world. It has opened up so many doors for me and it has taught me so much about the kind of leader I want to be the kind of team I want to be around and the kind of. The way I want to I, want to sort of lead teams in and Dr Visions but. Say was hard right I. Mean it was hard and you know in in the at the risk of being vulnerable, that was not a not a not an easy time for me personally for my daughter to see that and for my my parents who live in Lebanon to see that you know for me it was it just it wasn't a fun moment in my life, and so I've worked really hard to kind of come back from that and so I think it wasn't necessarily the. The words, per se but it really was kind of the moment for me. That was just like all right. You know what a few years after that happened. I worked hard and you know and here I am and so I think that that's more what it was from than than than specific words. Yeah. We're in a very big role now internally externally but that decision of Toys R. US to me is one of the more interesting decisions you made in your life so I wanna come back to that. The podcast. So I've got a lot to say about that. Super before we get too much further into this, this podcast is a first. You're the second member of your family to be interviewed by me. We released their husband Tareq podcast in July. Of course is a CMO at PETCO and our viewers or listeners can hear this but you have a beautiful dog taking a nap behind you on this new. So it's a dog starts to make some noise just bring him in. No, forgive me if he does I, guess. So, did you listen to your husband's podcast? I did I thought he did a really nice job. You know it's funny Jim. I. Don't know if you well, you did you did have conversation about this. You know we tend not. We have in our entire career tended not to talk about. The fact that we're married and in fact, I would tell you that there are so many people in. That will will hear me you mentioned my husband's name not saying who he is and and will will say wait a minute what that Tareq is your husband hold on a second. So we been pretty deliberate about. You know not. Not, sort of mean public about it but I do you know we follow each other? We do. We do love to hear what each other stay and and so I thought that was actually a really thought. He did a really nice
World Series at Arlington, first time at one site since 1944
"The world series will be played entirely in a bubble in an attempt to limit spread of the corona virus the bubble will be the new home of the Texas Rangers globe life park near Dallas this would be the first time the World Series was played entirely at one site since nineteen forty four two teams from St Louis play that year there will be playoff matchups and bubbles to at globe life park petco park in San Diego as well as Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles and minute maid park in Houston players on teams in mathematical contention for the playoffs we'll start a transition quarantine period away from family and friends next week before going into the bubble I'm a Donahue
Padres take two wins against Giants in doubleheader
"What an afternoon on. Sunday. For the padres they sweep a doubleheader from the giants and extend their winning streak to seven consecutive games. The padres will finish twenty twenty over five hundred for the first time. Since twenty ten s San, Diego moved to thirty one and seventeen with a couple of very impressive wins on Sunday afternoon six nothing in game one by my cleven jer three, one in game two behind some clutch hitting three relievers. Behind Garrett Richards and the padres absolutely rolling into their huge series this upcoming week against the La Dodgers. This is the wrap up show with John for and Jim. Russell. If you're not following us on social media, please do that at twitter at John Shaffer at Jim Russell. St. Over the next hour, we're gonNA hear from the manager Jay's Tingler we'll hear from my clovinger as well LS scores and we'll get you set for the massive. At PETCO Park against La the begins on Monday and six ten. But what a weekend Jim, we didn't know if the momentum would be halted as the padres didn't play Friday and Saturday, because of a false positive in the giants organization but the Padres pick up right where they were and they've won seven consecutive games. Yeah. A couple days off may have actually helped team to be honest with you and they got to sweep today. Kinda like. Easy I to me it did it to me. It felt like there's no doubt in my mind that not only the Padres, the better team, but they're going to win these games. They're gonNA to find a way to win in the second game there, and then the first game I tweet this out after the third inning, I'll like this feels like clovinger I'm just GonNa go seven complete this game type outing for him and which he did he went seven. Felt Kinda effortless almost when you look at the box score complete game seven strikeouts only one walk only giving up two hits like that's the Mike Levin show that this team traded for and who they hope they get in the postseason is a guy that's going to give you seven innings going to not allow any runs couple couple hits given up. strikeout seven plus only walk one it was it was his best as a padre so far and couldn't have come at a better time. And then game to like it was you know giant scored I there but to me I was like, all right. You know I felt that they were gonNA come back and win that game somehow, and it wasn't pretty will myers at a home run. But other than that the other ones they scored wasn't pretty how they did it but still they got the job done and their bullpen. John, this is a strength of the team. Now it's incredible because it's been nine days. So the first twenty, three games of the year, the padres bullpen was six point four, eight, the last twenty, three games coming into today two, point, seven five and the bullpen today two and two third innings of one hit no run baseball Tim Hills now three. Now he was the winning pitcher in game two drew pomeranz not allowed to run JIM this year and fifteen scoreless innings and Trevor Rosenthal was able to work around two out error committed by Fernando Totti's junior. To Work School. seventh-inning for his tenth save and third with the chargers. If there's one thing we saw over the course of these two games and maybe over the seven game winning streak is that Fernando Totti's junior is a human. You know he wasn't GonNa hit three fifty all year. He wasn't GonNa hit thirty five home runs and sixty games you know he For the first time, maybe as a professional at the big league level actually slumping, he's one for fifteen. Now, in his last five games, the Patriots won all of those games. So that's the good news.
Giants-Padres slated to resume after COVID PPDs
"Holidays. And for the second night in a row. This evening's game between the San Diego Padres and the visiting San Francisco Giants is on hold. Someone in the Giants organization tested positive for Cove in 19. Both teams lined up at Petco Park for the national anthem Friday night, but neither took the field. This is the year's first grown a virus related game postponements in the