http://s3.amazonaws.com/at-radio/082811.mp3 This week’s show began with a mini-rant about the missed opportunity by the Obamas to adopt a dog from a shelter. What an impact that could have had! Instead, Bo came from a breeder via the Kennedys. We are on that topic because the second guest in the hour was Presidential Dog expert, Kate […]
http://s3.amazonaws.com/at-radio/082111.mp3 On today’s show, we had a woman who refers to herself as the Penguin Lady, and a man who calls himself the Snake Man. First, we spoke with Dyan DeNapoli for 2 segments, about her book, The Great Penguin Rescue. It is a first hand account of the largest rescue of wild animals ever, […]
http://s3.amazonaws.com/at-radio/081411.mp3 Two great authors came on the show today. First, author Dale Peterson covered a wide range of topics while talking about his book, The Moral Lives of Animals. It is a serious book, yet a real pleasure to savor, with numerous interesting stories and facts throughout. We are looking forward to reviewing his next […]
This week’s show featured three wonderful guests. First, Reannon Branchesi appeared to tell us about Farm Sanctuary’s Walk for Farm Animals. Anyone can join in, and she will tell us how. Here is the link to information about the walks. We think everyone should visit a farmed animal sanctuary at least once! Then, Dr. Rebecca Johnson […]
http://s3.amazonaws.com/at-radio/071711.mp3 We had two great guests on today’s show. First, we meet whale advocate and former tennis pro Michael Fishbach. He is now with the Great Whale Conservancy, and we recently learned about his work when we viewed his amazing video here. Then, author Dean Koontz joins us to talk about A Big Little Life […]
http://s3.amazonaws.com/at-radio/070311.mp3 On today’s show, we feature the documentary film, Buck. Both its star, Buck Brannaman and the creator and director, Cindy Meehl, provide their perspectives on the making of and the reaction to this Sundance award winning film. Plus we talk about horses and people. Here is the film’s site. This duo rarely does interview […]
http://s3.amazonaws.com/at-radio/062611.mp3 On today’s show, Priscilla Feral joins us to speak about the wildlife sanctuary, Primarily Primates, where she is President of their Board of Directors. Here is the video describing Eagle Scout Joshua and Oliver, the blind chimp he helped. I was hoping to discuss this more but I am sure you will like this video. […]
http://s3.amazonaws.com/at-radio/050811.mp3 Peter and I recently ventured to cover the 2011 America’s Family Pet Expo, in Costa Mesa California. We went partly out of curiosity, wanting to see what of interest to animal rights oriented people would be there. Of course, we also have pets so we are somewhat interested in the pet scene, though pets […]
http://s3.amazonaws.com/at-radio/061911.mp3 This show features Morgan Lance, USA Director of Animals Asia Foundation. She and AAF have been working in China and Vietnam to end the practice of “bear farming” to harvest the animals’ bile. AAF also has a cat and dog welfare campaign, as well as an action against cruelty campaign. Also, Karen Davis from […]
Animals Today with Dr. Lori Kirshner – show of June 12, 2011. We are joined by Paul Waldau with his new book, Animal Rights – What Everyone Needs to Know, and by Dr. Kerry Kriger, from Save The Frogs!
The June 5, 2011, Animals Today with Dr. Lori Kirshner features Professor Priscilla N. Cohn, on the use of immunocontraception to control populations of free-roaming animals, and the ethics of hunting. Also, attorney Chris Jones joins us to speak about pet trusts as the preferred way to make sure your companion animals are treated according to your wishes should you die before them.
Animals Today show of May 22, 2011 with Susan Tellem from American Tortoise Rescue, and Dave Thraen from All Wildlife Rescue and Education, inc.
Prof. Priscilla Cohn – the Journal of Animal Ethics. Matt Rossell from Animal Defenders International – abuse of the elephant, TAI, star of Water for Elephants. Katherine Hutchison, horse-drawn carriages in NYC.
Will Tuttle discusses the World Peace Diet.
Appearing on this show: Leane Cronquist, Farm Sanctuary – Easter bunnies and chicks. Kenneth Newman, DVM – Gracie’s law in Florida. David Dosa, MD – Making Rounds with Oscar
On this show, lori was joined by the authors of the book, The Animal Rights Debate – Abolition or Regulation? Gary L. Francione and Robert Garner debated their ideas on how to advance conditions for non-human animals. Buy it here.
Marc Bekoff discusses coyotes. Protesting the Palm Springs Rodeo. Perspectives on the Rodeo Protest, Palm Springs, CA, 2010 by Dr Lori Kirshner Listeners of Animals Today know that I am a fairly outspoken individual. I am passionate about animals and their welfare, I am not […]
Animals Today April 3, 2011. Perspectives in Animal Rights with Dr. Lori Kirshner
This show featured Matt Ellerbeck (The Snake Man) who discussed with Lori a range of topics concerning snakes.
Steve Hindi (SHARK) – Videodocumentation of rodeo cruelty. Dr. John Pippin (PCRM) – Chimpanzee research.
Dr. Lawrence Hansen – Animal Experimentation.
Margery Glickman – Sled Dog Action Coalition.
Stephanie Downs, FiXit Foundation. Spay/ neuter programs. Leah Gerstner, American Express – Survey on expenditures on pets.
Pit Bulls and Michael Vick. Jim Gorant, author of the The Lost Dog. Andrew Yori. John Goodwin, HSUS.
Traveling with pets. Heather Lombardi, whose kitten died after transport in airline cargo; Dr. Elisa Mazzaferro, DVM; Practical tips about pet travel. Gale Lang, of TLC Pet Transport.
Michael Parr – American Bird Conservancy.
Author Stephen Lyn Bales – Ghost Birds. Dr. Diane Pomerance – Our rescue Dog Family Album. News.
Should the newly passed Puppy Mill Cruelty Prevention Act in Missouri be repealed or changed? State Senator Chuck Pergason; MSVA representative Dr. David Pragil; MO state director of the HSUS, Barbara Schmitz.
Countdown: The 8 most important animal welfare news stories of 2010.
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