The world is certainly different than any of us recognize or understand. We all try to go about our day to day life as best we can. We stand united with people who are similar minded,  have proper morals and respect for each other, the animals and nature, for me this is the only way to keep moving forward.
This past year was so difficult with many losing their homes and animals through floods, hurricanes and now in the last month in California we are faced with several devastating fires. It has taken a toll on all of us but we must stay strong and continue to help those in need! 
Our job is to rescue, educate & provide for the abandoned & abused. I work all year long caring for homeless animals-rescuing, finding loving forever homes, paying medical bills, working to heal their wounded hearts and minds. I continue educating myself on a daily basis, working and learning from experts on ways to keep our faithful friends healthy and happy.
Our Cancer prevention program is WORKING and giving animals more time! We educate every day to remind people to cut out grains, potatoes, and feed clean food, to use cancer prevention herbs and more!
 There is still so much abuse and ignorance happening to the innocent animals.  It is hard for me to get through each day.  I just make myself keep fighting and moving forward. We save so many innocent lives through your donations!
The laws must change and 2017 has shown that the pet overpopulation must be stopped. Spay and neuter must become mandatory against backyard breeders and innocent dogs that are being used in puppy mills by people trying to make a fast buck. It is imperative these laws regarding animals must be changed and every judge I have come across tells me the same thing. It has to be black and white, but we all know how difficult that is.
 Human and animal rights and laws... It's all politics. Such a shame.  2018 must finally bring changes that are so desperately needed. 
 With that I will leave you with loving thoughts this Holiday Season. If you are traveling be safe, warmth if you are cold, and please look out for both people and animals in need of a helping hand.  Don't be afraid to save an innocent animal in their time of need. Never turn a blind eye when you can make a difference! 
Peace to you through this holiday weekend.
 We are in desperate need of donations. With all the rescuing and tragic emergencies that happened these last few months we simply didn't have the finances for our normal holiday mailing. Please be generous and donate today for our Christmas wish for the animals in need! Below you will find our wish list and whether you can provide something on the small side or large side we anxiously wait to hear from you!
 With Love & Peace,
Linda Blair 
President and Founder of the Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation
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Spread a little Holiday Cheer to an LBWF Rescued Dog this year!
 Running a rescue is very expensive. We rely on your donations to help the animals that have been abandoned and so desperately need medical attention, love, warmth and endless playtime. If you can find it in your heart to make any type of donation to make our Christmas special for the dogs we would be so grateful.  Your donations will make a dog smile and squeak from ear to ear and forget that they don't have a home just yet. 
 
Our Emergency Christmas Wish list:
  • 4 new tires for the dog's transportation van.
  • To replace the 12 year old Honda Odyssey dog mini van with an updated donated vehicle.
  • Enough grain free dog food to last through years end at least. We purchase at Costco and the local feed store.
  • More blankets towels for our now 20 to 30 degree temperatures at night.
The Dogs Daily Needs are the Following:
  • Grain free, potato free dry dog food & Grain free canned dog food
  • Clean warm bedding
  • Toys, balls, dog treats, dog cookies & non-rawhide chewies
  • Laundry soap & softener
  • Paper towels & Cleaning products for cleaning.
  • Angry Orange Kennel Cleaner (Available at Amazon.com)
  • Lumber & Tarps to keep on hand for wicked rain and believe it or not, sleet and snow are sure to come any moment.
  • Monetary Donations- We purchase a truck load of water every week as we live in the high desert and have well water. We have been in a drought. The high heat from the summer months left our electrical bills high and as we move into winter they will jump again as we have been using heaters for the winter.
  • We would love solar panels to reduce our huge electrical bills!
  • Volunteers
We also have an Amazon Wishlist where you can purchase an item and it will be shipped directly to LBWF. You can view our wishlist by clicking on the picture below. Please remember to use Amazon Smile and a percentage will be donated to LBWF.
 
 
Amazon Wishlist
Meet Some Of Our Recent Emergency Rescues!
With the recent fires devastating California LBWF started by rescuing 14 dogs. Within the last day or so we have pulled another 5 dogs from the shelters. The shelters are in desperate need for space with all the fire victims. Many of the dogs are coming out of the shelters with kennel cough and colds and have been going to the veterinarian to get medication. We thank you all for your support and we know it is the Holiday Season but please don't forget the abandoned pets this Holiday Season. Your tax deductible donations help provide a meal, a toy and a warm bed!
New Rescues
A Shelter Dog's Holiday Poem
Dillinger
'Twas the night before Christmas and all through the town,
Every shelter is full- we are lost, but not found.
Our numbers are hung on our kennels so bare,
We hope every minute that someone will care.
They'll come to adopt us and give us the call,
"Come here, Max and Sparkie-come fetch your new ball!"
But now we sit here and think of the days
we were treated so fondly- we had cute, baby ways.
Once we were little, then we grew and we grew.
Now we're no longer young and we're no longer new.
They reacted so quickly- why were they so rash?
We "jump on the children," "don't come when they call,"
We "bark when they leave us," "climb over the wall."
We should have been neutered, we should have been spayed,
Now we suffer the consequence of the errors THEY made.
If only they'd trained us, if only we knew,
We'd have done what they asked us and worshipped them, too.
We were left in the backyard, or worse, let to roam.
Now we're tired and lonely and out of a home.
They dropped us off here and they kissed us goodbye...
"Maybe someone else will give you a try."
So now here we are, all confused and alone
In a shelter with others who long for a home.
The kind workers come through with a meal and a pat,
With so many to care for, they can't stay to chat.
They move to the next kennel, giving each of us cheer...
We know they wonder how long we'll be here.
We lay down to sleep and sweet dreams fill our heads,
Of a home filled with love and our own cozy beds.
Then we wake to see sad eyes, brimming with tears-
Our friends filled with emptiness, worry and fear.
If you can't adopt us and there's no room at the inn-
Could you help with the bills and fill our food bin?
We count on your kindness each day of the year-
Can you give more than hope to everyone here?
Please make a donation to pay for the heat...
And help us get something special to eat.
The shelter that cares for us wants us to live,
And more of us will, if more people will give.
-Author Unknown
Happy Holidays From The LBWF Rescued Dogs!
Below you will see a few of the smiling faces who are excited about the Holidays while they patiently await their forever loving home.
Ava
Cami _ Champ
Casey
Sienna
Happy Pawlidays_
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Cat Page-A-Day Gallery Calendar 2018

A gift of pure pleasure for the cat lover, Cat Gallery Calendar is a year of enchanting photographs in color and black-and-white, printed to the exacting standards of a fine art book. Each image showcases the beauty, grace, and mischievous spirit of a unique cat: A beautiful tabby exploring a rocky seashore. A wide-eyed black cat peeking out from behind the couch. An elegant Siamese sunbathing by a patch of flowers. It’s a loving, day-by-day tribute to our most beguiling and delightful animal companion.

The Rolex of calendars, the Page-A-Day Gallery Calendar elevates what a calendar can be, incorporating engaging content with the weight, style, and visual richness usually reserved for art books. A sophisticated gift for collectors, connoisseurs, and aficionados—and an aesthetic upgrade for any desktop.

 

Dog Page-A-Day Gallery Calendar 2018

 

The ultimate gift for the dog lover: a year of extraordinary canine portraits, in color and black-and- white. A joyous spaniel bounding across an open field. A Bosnian Coarse-haired Hound standing in the falling snow. A Goldendoodle waiting eagerly by the front door for his morning walk. Plus a Shar-Pei enjoying a day by the ocean, a German Shorthaired Pointer with her favorite tennis ball, and a Corgi playing in a pile of autumn leaves. Each image captures its subject in beautiful detail, reminding us why the dog is man’s best friend.

The Rolex of calendars, the Page-A-Day Gallery Calendar elevates what a calendar can be, incorporating engaging content with the weight, style, and visual richness usually reserved for art books. A sophisticated gift for collectors, connoisseurs, and aficionados—and an aesthetic upgrade for any desktop.

The Dogist Wall Calendar 2018

 

Nobody captures dogs like The Dogist, aka photographer Elias Weiss Friedman. Author of the New York Times bestselling book The Dogist and Instagram phenomenon with over 2 million followers and climbing, Friedman has a gift for getting down on a dog’s level and, in a few quick snaps of his camera, finding the indelible, individual spirit of the animal he’s photographing. The result: warm, heartfelt, arrestingly beautiful candid portraits of dogs on the street in all their variety and glory. Now in its second year, with each month featuring a new themed collection of main and supporting images, including Portable Pooches, Dogs of Summer, Besties, Two of a Kind, and more.

Bad Cat Wall Calendar 2018

 

Bad Cat is a rude walk on the feline wild side. Here are cats going rogue in places where they shouldn’t be—in sinks, in toilets, in houseplants. Here are cats plotting escapes, warding off children, scamming their owners, yet still expecting to be spoiled rotten! Sneaky cats, fat cats, naughty cats, bored cats, and—perhaps worst of all— cats plotting revenge for all those costumes they were forced to wear during the holidays. With bonus features such as Bad Cat Beauty Secrets, Least Wanted Bad Cats, Bad Cat Diet Secrets, Who’s Who in Bad Cats, and Bad Cat Early Warning Signs.

Unlikely Friendships Wall Calendar 2018

 

The Unlikely Friendships book series has charmed readers with its tender tales of love between animals of all shapes and sizes. The Unlikely Friendships Calendar features 12 stories of heart-tugging interspecies friendship, each accompanied by a charming, full-color photograph of the pair. A large capybara is groomed by a crew of monkey stylists. A dachshund snuggles up to a hedgehog. A Belgian Malinois and an owl defy expectations and find common ground in play. A calendar that the whole family will love.

Audubon Nature: A Birder's Wall Calendar 2018

 

Audubon Nature is the definitive wall calendar for nature lovers, birders, environmentalists, and travel enthusiasts alike. Here are glorious sites in nature—and the birds that inhabit them—across seasons and locales. Discover the beauty of a Trumpeter Swan gliding in Wonder Lake, Denali National Park. Behold the amazing Dalmatian Pelicans at Lake Kerkini, Greece. Take a peek at the secretive Northern Goshawk sitting among aspens in Dixie National Forest, Utah. Printed on responsibly sourced paper, this wall calendar provides transporting and awe-inspiring views of the great outdoors.

1,000 Places to See Before You Die Picture-A-Day Wall Calendar 2018

 

It’s a yearlong journey of a lifetime, and your expert guide is Patricia Schultz, author of the phenomenally successful 1,000 Places to See Before You Die® travel series. Each month, discover a new extraordinary location, from the Czech Republic to Buenos Aires to Italy’s glorious Amalfi Coast. Exceptional full-color photographs—one large image at the top of each page and smaller ones throughout the grids—are accompanied by detailed trip itineraries, maps, and captivating text that highlights local history, travelers’ tips, and more.

365 Cats Page-A-Day Calendar 2018

 

The all-time bestselling cat calendar is packed with full-color photographs to feed the cat lover’s obsession. Here they are: the playful, mischievous, and lovable winners of the 2018 Cat Calendar Contest. A gray cat with striking orange eyes. A Ragdoll-Himalayan living the good life on a tropical beach. A patriotic tabby posing with Old Glory. Plus a cat hitching a ride on a donkey, oodles of adorable kittens, the spotted Savannah, and other unusual breeds; trivia—Did you know that when a cat blinks or looks away, it is feeling affectionate?—and cat lover quotes: “I wish I could write as mysterious as a cat.”—Edgar Allan Poe

365 Dogs Page-A-Day Calendar 2018

 

Starring the charming winners of the 2018 Dog Calendar Contest, 365 Dogs Page-a-Day Calendar is the bestselling calendar that provides season after season of poodles romping in the snow, retrievers fetching in flower beds, Rottweilers doggy-paddling through pools, and terriers diving into leaf piles. A Cocker Spaniel basks in the sun. A Lab dives underwater in pursuit of a ball. Plus, meet shiny-coated Dobermans, fluffy Samoyeds, pouty Pugs, mutts of all kinds, and even lesser-known breeds like the adorable and spirited Japanese Chin.

Audubon Birds Page-A-Day Calendar 2018

 

The Audubon BirdsPage-A-Day Calendar is a celebration of gorgeous and diverse species from around the world, photographed in their native habitats. Whether it’s the grace of a swan gliding across the water, the sleek outline of a hunting hawk’s wings, or the striking palette of a painted bunting, each photograph captures the unique spirit and beauty of the featured bird.

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BESTSELLING AUTHOR GREG KINCAID RETURNS WITH A MCCRAY FAMILY STORY IN TIME FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON

NOELLE

A Novel

By Gregory Kincaid

Greg Kincaid’s New York Times bestselling book, A Dog Named Christmas (2008), became a sleeper hit in the fall of 2009 when it was made into a Hallmark Hall of Fame TV movie. And his two follow-up books, Christmas with Tucker (2010) and A Christmas Home (2012), have touched the lives of many across the country. For the first time in five years, Kincaid takes us back to rural Kansas in NOELLE (Convergent; Hardcover, $16.99, October 24, 2017), a story about the power of family, and the strength and love that comes from our pets.

It’s Christmas in Crossing Trails, Kansas, and three families, each facing different challenges, are struggling to get through the holiday season.

When schoolteacher Mary Ann McCray unintentionally volunteers to redefine Christmas by playing the part of “Anna” Clause, she never thought she would unseat Santa. Her usually stalwart husband, George, and the town question her take on this most cherished of traditions. Meanwhile, Mary Ann’s former students Abbey and her husband, Link, decide to divorce, turning their young children’s lives upside down. Finally, Mary Ann and George’s son, Todd, is at a crossroads with his girlfriend, Laura, as he starts a new job at the city’s animal shelter. There, Todd works with the incorrigible Elle, an oddly shaped dervish of a dog that Todd stubbornly tries to train as a service dog. However lovable, Elle has a hard time staying out of trouble, and the refrain “No, Elle! No, Elle!” is often heard throughout town.

As Christmas quickly approaches, the lives of these families will intersect in unexpected ways—old relationships will be redefined and new friendships forged. And surprising news guarantees that one family’s collective life will be changed forever.

Throughout the story, Kincaid tackles the real-life challenges with family and marriage. As a divorce mediator, Kincaid deals firsthand with marital issues, and in particular the impact of divorce on children. Kincaid also sheds light on a second timely subject: Rudolph, Frosty, Santa, the Grinch—are all men. As he wonders why women are excluded from holiday stories, Kincaid brings Mrs. Clause back to the forefront. Here, Kincaid presents a holiday character that interjects a fresh approach as a woman who stands up for her beliefs against others who may question her motives and abilities.

ABOUT THE BOOK

NOELLE

A Novel

By Gregory Kincaid

Convergent • On-Sale Date: October 24th, 2017

Hardcover • Price: $16.00 • ISBN: 978-1-5247-6119-6

www.crownpublishing.com

About the Author

GREG KINCAID is a practicing lawyer in Kansas who helped to start the Changing Lives Through Literature Program in Kansas. He is also involved in pet advocacy and the mentoring of young people. The father of five children, he lives in Johnson County, Kansas, with his wife and two dogs.


Find out more at GregKincaid.com


Balsam Range Celebrates Holiday EP, Spreads Christmas Cheer With Radio, Television & Festival Appearances
 
"IT'S CHRISTMAS TIME is rich, sentimental, wonderful, magical ..."
 - David Allan, Country Music People
 
"A just-right blend of secular and spiritual - something for everybody who
celebrates the holiday." - David Morris, Bluegrass Today
 
". . . a great new stocking-stuffer."  - Bill Foster, Bluegrass Unlimited

Balsam Range  It's Christmas Time EP cover
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Nashville, TN (November 29, 2017) - World-renowned Bluegrass quintet BALSAM RANGE  celebrates the success of their debut holiday EP, IT'S CHRISTMAS TIME, as they spread Christmas cheer with upcoming appearances on radio, television and the stage.  A mix of contemporary and traditional tunes, IT'S CHRISTMAS TIME offers orchestrated holiday music by the award-winning band.  Released in October, the EP has enjoyed four weeks on the Billboard Bluegrass Chart, where it debuted at #7.  Fans can purchase the music HERE, and catch BALSAM RANGE:
 
Thursday, Nov. 30 
Justin Reed Show  (WMTS FM - Murfreesboro, TN) @ 8:30 a.m. ET (live interview with Tim Surrett)
SiriusXM Radio's Bluegrass Junction Channel 62  @ 11:30 a.m. ET (Kyle Cantrell and Tim Surrett)
 
Thursday, Nov. 30 - Sunday, Dec 17
Bluegrass Ridge TV Show (Darren Nicholson special guest artist host).  The program airs on Heartland TV, The Family Channel, Angel Two Network (Dish-TV), Keep It Country TV-UK / Ireland, Country TV (New Zealand) and additional cable systems.  Check listings for additional airings.
 
Friday, Dec. 1 & Saturday, Dec. 2
Second Annual Balsam Range Art of Music Festival at Lake Junaluska, North Carolina.  On Dec. 2, Balsam Range with Atlanta Pops Orchestra Ensemble will perform tunes from IT'S CHRISTMAS TIME during the closing show.  Purchase tickets now; only a few seats remain. 
 
Saturday, Dec. 2 
SiriusXM Radio's enLighten Channel 65  @ 12 Noon ET (Tim Surrett hosts)
 
Monday, Dec. 4
Flashpoint Bluegrass Radio on www.worldwidebluegrass.com  @ 9 p.m. ET
 
Tuesday, Dec. 5
650 AM WSM Coffee, Country and Cody @ 9:30 a. m. ET (live in studio / simulcast on Heartland TV)
 
These native Western North Carolinians have created a beautiful collection for holiday music lovers and they hope to see their fans and neighbors during their Festival.  "This was a unique opportunity for us," notes Balsam Range spokesman Tim Surrett.  "We are eager to share this music - and the incredibly beautiful Lake Junaluska area with all music fans.  We're definitely feeling the Christmas spirit this year and invite everyone to come, sing along, and ring some bells with us."
 
IT'S CHRISTMAS TIME was produced by Balsam Range members Buddy Melton (fiddle, lead and tenor vocals), Darren Nicholson (mandolin, octave mandolin, lead vocals, baritone and low tenor vocals), Dr. Marc Pruett (banjo), Tim Surrett (bass, dobro, baritone and lead vocals) and Caleb Smith (guitar, lead & baritone vocals) and recorded at Crossroads Studios in Asheville, North Carolina for Mountain Home Music Company.  Cody McVey wrote the arrangements for the Nashville Recording Orchestra and Bobby Shin recorded the orchestra at the Library Studios in Nashville. 

ABOUT BALSAM RANGE
BR, formed in 2007, has become one of the genre's most award-winning acts in recent years, garnering 11 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards on the heels of six critically-acclaimed albums.  The group has left audiences spellbound while headlining major festivals from coast to coast, selling out venues across the nation, and in multiple appearances at the Grand Ole Opry.  Their previous outing, MOUNTAIN VOODOO, debuted at #4 on the Billboard Bluegrass Albums Chart and remains on that chart after 55 weeks.  Three singles from the album reached #1 on the Bluegrass Today Chart, including "Blue Collar Dreams," which spent three consecutive months at the top.  The disc was recently honored as the IBMA's 2017 Album of the Year
 
Stay social:
Instagram @balsamrange
 
 
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Happy Holidays from Neutricks!

HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM NEUTRICKS!

Hi Friend,

As 2016 draws to a close, the team at Neutricks and I would like to thank and wish all our customers, friends and family a very happy holiday season and a prosperous new year.

View our Christmas card and select a gift from us

Season's Greetings,
Dave

466 South Segoe Road Madison, Wisconsin 53711 USA

Talkin' Pets News

12/03/2016

Host - Jon Patch

Co-Host - Dr. Suzanne Topor

Producer - Lexi Lapp

Network Producer - Quin McCarthy

Executive Producer - Bob Page

Special Guests - My dear friend Tippi Hedren will join Talkin' Pets 12/03/16 at 5pm EST to chat about Shambala and her new book

Ingrid Sutton, the owner of K9-Tea will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 12/03/16 at 630pm EST to discuss and give away her K Cups for dogs

Jerry Grymek, Doggie Concierge at Hotel Penn will stop by at 721pm EST for a few minutes to chat about the upcoming Westminster show in NYC February 2017

FALL AND HOLIDAY FRAGRANCES FOR PET FAMILY HOMES

Pet parents have a new home freshening option with Pet House Candles

Hollywood, Fl.  August 26, 2016– For many families, pets are beloved members of their households. Pet families who are preparing for the fall and winter holidays can now add a functional, beautiful and gift-ready holiday accessory with Pet House Candles.

Pet House Candles were developed by One Fur All and help families freshen their pet-loving homes. On August 15 the brand will release these classic fall fragrances:  Pumpkin Spice, Apple Cider, Sugared Cranberry and Falling Leaves.  For winter, One Fur All will release these favorites: Holidays Fur All, Evergreen Forest, Candy Cane and Gingerbread Cookies

All Pet-House Candles are made with an odor neutralizer so they are extremely effective.  In addition, these 100% natural soy candles are exquisitely fragranced leaving every pet family’s home smelling clean with notes of their favorite scent.  Pet House Candles made with 100% natural soy, cotton wicks and are paraffin and petroleum free.

“A comfortable, inviting home smells fresh and reminds us of favorite memories. We’ve developed candles that give pet families a beautiful home accessory leaving a pet family’s home odor free and smelling wonderful.” said Robert Eichner, co-founder of One Fur All.

The Pet House Candle line is the first brand launched by One Fur All, a pet family products company, founded in 2014. The candles are available at OneFurAllPets.com and in select pet retail locations around the country.

In addition to Pet House Candles, One Fur All has a full line of wax melts and car fresheners.

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About One Fur All –  

One Fur All produces high-quality products for pet families while supporting non-profit rescue organizations. The company’s founders, Robert Eichner and David Neuwirth, created One Fur All to focus on developing products that freshen pet-loving homes. The company’s premium products are completely made in America and designed with human and pet family members in mind. One Fur All’s mission is to help pet families strengthen their bonds, contribute to finding homes for rescued animals and spread the joy of being a fur family.

TPR NewsCrew:
Jon Patch - Host, Producer, Reporter, Everything Guy
Barry Seibold - The Other Guy, Vet Tech
Bob Page - Executive Producer
Special Guests
Steve Brooks author of Dog Bites will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 12/20/14 at 5 PM EST to discuss and give away his new book
Kevin Fick, Worldwise CEO, will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 12/20/14 at 6:30 PM EST to discuss and give away products from the Kathy Ireland pet line
David DeLorenzo, Fruitables President, will join Jon & Talkin' Pets 12/20/14 at 730 PM EST to discuss and give away their Vanilla Snowflake dog treats

TPR NEWS
Saturday, Dec. 14, the 348th day of 2013.
There are 17 days left in the year.

Fox Searchlight Pictures and Maven Pictures present a 93 minute, PG, musical, drama, directed by Kasi Lemmons, written by Lemmons  and Langston Hughes with a theater release date of November 27, 2013.

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