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Your pets nickname during quarantine
Nicknames for your pets in quarantine? Sure. That was the assignment for our Kitty Correspondent. And KJ discovered some cute and spunky nicknames from followers willing to share. Do you have a nickname for your cat or dog? “Sweetie”? “Fur-Face”? “No, Don't Push That Cup Off The Counter”?
Saving seahorses earns her prestigious award
And the winner is . . . Dr. Amanda Vincent! One of the most sought-after and prestigious awards in the world of animal welfare is the Conservation Award from the Indianapolis Zoo. This year’s winner is a biologist from Canada for her work with seahorses. Steve Sweitzer spoke with Dr. Vincent who shares her love and enthusiasm for these little horses of the sea. And wait till you see the incredible video as you go on a dive with Dr. Vincent. Sign up FREE to get heartwarming stories straight to your inbox: PetPalsTV.com
Giant pooper scooper makes a great gift
He's baaack! The Gadget Guy returns with some cool items to keep your pets healthy and happy. Patty talks to him and giggles like a schoolgirl as one of the gadgets is the largest pooper scooper she's ever seen! Patty's silly like that . . . Sign up FREE to get heartwarming stories straight to your inbox: PetPalsTV.com
Lovable lemurs are part of animal adventure
They love to travel the world and share their incredible adventures with us. Our Travel Leaders, John and Ann Craig-Cinnamon, share their last adventure on Madagascar before being homebound during this virus situation. Let's enjoy their recent adventure as they explore the amazing animals on this island country off the coast of East Africa. Exotic animals abound including lovable lemurs! Sign up FREE to get heartwarming stories straight to your inbox: PetPalsTV.com
Honoring the Dogs of War
They were called the Dogs of War. Man's best friend was also recruited on the front lines during World War I. It was over 100 years ago, but our Steve Sweitzer found a museum in Kansas City that honors these courageous canines with vintage pictures, videos and stories, too. Take a trip back in time to see some hounds who were happy to serve. Sign up FREE to get heartwarming stories straight to your inbox: PetPalsTV.com
Therapy dogs virtually working to share love
Therapy dogs bring smiles to many people in schools, retirement homes and hospitals. But during our current stressful times, when they are needed most, they are not allowed in these facilities. Shelly Fisher, Pet Therapy Manager at Eskenazi Health, explains the situation and how they are “virtually” making the pets available to patients and staff. Sign up FREE to get heartwarming stories straight to your inbox: PetPalsTV.com
Indianapolis Zoo teams stay busy while closed to public
Yet another sign of our troubled times, the Indianapolis Zoo is closed to the public right now. But CEO/President Dr. Rob Shumaker outlines his hopes for a bright future and reopening to welcome you to the zoo when this virus is finally contained. Oh, and you'll be happy to know all the caretakers are working daily with the animals. No critter is concerned about a lack of affection and food! (photo taken before social distancing) Sign up FREE to get heartwarming stories straight to your inbox: PetPalsTV.com
Horses of Hope
What are horses doing at a retirement community and care facility? Jason Heath introduces us to Wess Jackson and his band of horses at Meadow Lakes - part of American Senior Communities. With the quarantine due to COVID-19 in full effect, it's important for the residents, and the staff, to know they are loved. These sweet horses walk right up to the windows to the delight of everyone. Not a “neigh”-sayer in the bunch
Meet the heroes saving endangered species
It's a global reach. The Indianapolis Zoo is a leader in supporting the advancements in animal conservation. In these times of stress, it's not only important but satisfying to realize there are talented and qualified people committed to helping save endangered species. Six finalists are honored in the upcoming 2020 Conservation Prize category, and our Steve Sweitzer will be talking to all of them! His first guest outlines the plight of chimpanzees, and you'll also be surprised and amused at how much their behaviors are like us! Amazing video, too . . . spectacular! Sign up FREE to get heartwarming stories straight to your inbox: PetPalsTV.com
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