This is a great special episode that we will start doing monthly. One Tail at a Time's Heather gets down and dirty with shelter stats and what they really mean. Both women have been vilified for euthanizing dangerous dogs and have been shamed by the public and fellow rescuers. They are going to call bullshit on that. It is a great, REAL podcast. And Carolyn from Chicagoland Bully Breed Rescue cries. DOWNLOAD NOW!
Rendy Schuchat, owner of Anything is Pawsible, answers questions we have all wondered and reminisces about the baddest dog that she ever met! HAAA! A great guest with a TON of knowledge and experience.
"Every time I would respond with truthful facts and things I knew about why it was not a good idea to send dogs there, everyone got really mad at me. It frustrated me because if you do not like the answers that I am giving you, don't ask me."
Tomorrow's Raise the Woof guest is ALIVE Rescue Memphis' President and Founder Ranise Coppens, who uprooted her Chicago life and started a rescue in Memphis!
"The hardest thing is the dogs that people do not know what happened to them. I know they are out there, but they just haven't found them. "
The work that Susan Taney does is so important. There is no worse feeling than losing your dog. We go into great detail about her experiences and what you can do if you have lost or found an animal.
"Social media for rescues and nonprofits it is so important. One of the biggest messages I teach is that it all comes back to you. You have to leverage your interest. People want to relate to other people. You have to show the good bad and the ugly and people want to help. If you have the passion for it and you can showcase it, social media is an amazing tool."
DIY Dog Mom Alicia Boemi has a vast knowledge and scope on so many things dog. Tune in to hear more about her diabetic dog. how she deals with it and how it was the springboard for Mylah Medical Foundation.