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Since 2001, Animal Radio® has been America’s “most-listened-to” pet talk according to Nielsen data. Over a 350,000 pet-lovers tune-in weekly on 134 AM-FM radio stations and eight digital channels including iHeart Radio, iTunes, Spotify, TuneIn and the Animal Radio App for iPhone/Android. The Animal Radio family of hosts includes Hal Abrams, Judy Francis, Veterinarian Dr. Debbie White, News Director Lori Brooks, Groomer Joey Villani and frequent celebrity, expert and lifestyle guest-hosts. Through education and awareness, together we’re helping animals live healthy, happier lives. Visit Animal Radio at AnimalRadio.com
 

18-Year-Old Hero Tabitha Bell Guests This Week


18-Year-Old Hero 
Born with Muscular Dystrophy, Tabitha Bell was told she would need a wheel chair by the time she was 12. Instead, she got a balance & brace service dog. The human/dog partnership was so successful that she decided to start her own non-profit to help match service dogs with those that may not be able to afford the $10,000 entry level. Tabitha tells us that she’s working on matching a 6-year old diabetic with a dog that can alert someone when blood sugar spikes. 

Does Your Dog Get Enough Exercise? 
You know your dog needs exercise, but is it getting enough? The average adult dog needs at least 30 minutes of exercise each day to stay fit and healthy. A study by the dog food company Forthglade, reveals that less than half of dog owners walk their dog on a daily basis, with the average weekday walk being under 20 minutes. 

Cat Inherits Fashion Designer’s Fortune 
After the passing of fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, his cat Choupette, is expected to inherit at least some of the designer’s fortune. Prior to his passing, the 85-yr-old Lagerfeld told a French magazine that his cat is an heiress. Lagerfeld had an estimated net worth of up to $300 million and his cat will likely inherit at least a portion of that. 

Rocky Kanaka Isn’t Just A Cool Name  
Emmy Nominated TV host Rocky Kanaka is on a mission to find hard-to-adopt rescue dogs their forever home – all while creating a day of fun doggie activities most could only dream of. He chronicles his adventures in a You Tube series called ‘Dog’s Day Out.’ 

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