Talkin' Pets News
May 11, 2019
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Special Guest - Friend of Talkin' Pets PAUL BOGART’S NEW SINGLE “MOTHERS & SONS” IS JUST IN TIME FOR MOTHER’S DAY and he will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 5/11/19 to discuss his new single and give away autographed pics
Friend of Talkin' Pets PAUL BOGART’S NEW SINGLE “MOTHERS & SONS” IS JUST IN TIME FOR MOTHER’S DAY and he will join Jon and Talkin' Pets 5/11/19 to discuss his new single and give away autographed pics FeaturedWritten by Super User
The touching music video for “Mothers & Sons,” directed by Pepper Meiler, features members of “Team Bogart” with their mothers and sons. Paul recently shared in celebrating Randy Travis’ 60th birthday and is adding dates for his 2019 tour. For more information about Paul Bogart please visit paulbogart.com.
"I had no idea how much I would love watching my wife be a mom to our two sons. Motherhood is a beautiful thing and no life is untouched by it. It’s very obvious, at my house at least, that there’s just 'no kind of love like the one between mothers and sons,'"
said Paul Bogart.
The release is Last month, Taste of Country premiered an acoustic performance of Bogart's "When The Cowboys Are Gone" calling it “nothing but authentic.”
Paul Bogart 2019 Tour Dates:
May 30 - Siloam Springs, Ark. - Cherokee Casino
May 31 - Tulsa, Okla. - Cain’s Ballroom
June 1 - Claremore, Okla. - Dog Iron Saloon
June 20 - Tulsa, Okla. - Track 5 @ The Hardrock
June 21 - Ramona, Okla. Cherokee Casino
June 22 - Reeds, Mo. - Private Show
July 4 - Pegram, Tenn. - Independence Day Celebration
July 12 - Sheridan, Wyo. - Sheridan Fairgrounds Rodeo Dance
July 13 - Sheridan, Wyo. - Sheridan Fairgrounds Rodeo
July 31 - Joplin, Mo. - Downstream Casino Resort
Aug. 2 - Siloam Springs, Ark. - Cherokee Casino
Aug. 3 - Claremore, Okla. - Dog Iron Saloon
Aug. 9-11 - Trandal, Norway - Trandal Country Festival
Aug. 24 - Hulett, Wyo. - Ride A Horse, Save A Cowboy Benefit Rodeo
Aug. 30 - Edgemont, S.D. - Logan Van Eaton Memorial Rodeo
Aug. 31 - Sheridan, Wyo. - Luminous Brewhouse
Sept. 1 - Sheridan, Wyo. - Don King Days
Sept. 2 - Sheridan, Wyo. - Don King Days
Sept. 19 - Siloam Springs, Ark. - Cherokee Casino
Sept. 20 - Claremore, Okla. - Dog Iron Saloon
Sept. 21 - Tulsa, Okla. - Track 5 @ The Hard Rock
Dec. 12 - Claremore, Okla. - PAC
Dec. 31 - Claremore, Okla. - Dog Iron Saloon
About Paul Bogart
Though his songs are fresh and he himself is young, Paul Bogart is an old soul with a knack for capturing time-honored traditions and summing up classic sentiments in catchy, three-minute songs. Exuding sincerity and a rare, down-to-earth charm, he is, simply put, the epitome of traditional country music. After nearly a decade of writing, playing and touring, Bogart has begun pulling in big numbers in every arena, literally. Whether it’s the main stage at the AQHA World Championships with thousands in attendance or the social media scene with over 3.5 million fans reached through all social video platforms, lead by “The Cowboy Way” and “Cowboy Ride” with over 2.6 million views, Bogart’s songs have connected with America’s Heartland in a real, tangible way that modern country has perhaps missed. He released Leather in 2017 which garnered critical praise for “grounding itself in the foundations of country music fandom's tenets of faith and family.” (CriticalBlast.com)
Movie review written by Jon Patch with 3 out of 4 paws
Pokemon Detective Pikachu
Warner Bros. Pictures, Legendary Entertainment, The Pokemon Company and Toho Company present a PG, 104 minute, Action, Adventure, Comedy, directed by Rob Letterman, screenplay by Dan Hernandez and Benji Samit with a theatre release date of May 10, 2019.
Movie review written by Jon Patch with 3.5 out of 4 paws
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox, Fox Searchlight Pictures and Chernin Entertainment present a PG-13, 112 minute, Biography, Drama, directed by Dome Karukoski, written by David Gleeson and Stephen Beresford with a theatre release date of May 10, 2019.
Movie review written by Jon Patch with 3.5 out of 4 paws
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Camp Sugar and Cave 76 present a PG-13, 94 minute, Comedy, directed by Chris Addison, screenplay by Stanley Shapiro and Paul Henning with a theatre release date of May 10, 2019.
Movie review written by Molly Nall
STX Entertainment, Sierra/Affinity, Mad As Birds, Rose Pictures and Entertainment One present a PG-13, 91 minute, Comedy, directed by Zara Hayes, story by Hayes and Shane Atkinson with a theatre release date of May 10. 2019.
WINN FELINE FOUNDATION AND THE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF FELINE PRACTITIONERS ANNOUNCE 2019 JOINT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS FeaturedWritten by Super User
[Wyckoff, NJ; Hillsborough, NJ; May 7, 2019] Winn Feline Foundation (Winn) and the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) are proud to announce the two recipients of the 2019 joint scholarships for clinical practice and clinical research scientist. Both organizations believe in a future where the advancement of feline medicine is commonplace across veterinary practices. Toward that vision, they support veterinary students who focus on feline clinical practice and research science, which are vital to feline health and welfare.This year’s recipients show exceptional promise: Laurel Krause, a junior at Colorado State University, was awarded the clinical research scientist scholarship; Summer Marsh, a senior at Colorado State University, was awarded the clinical practice scholarship.
Ms. Krause is planning to complete a small animal rotating internship in Southern California and intends to specialize in small animal internal medicine with special interest in geriatric feline medicine and endoscopy. She says, “Cats are the entire package: cute, goofy, soft, sweet, independent, loyal…the list goes on! My life is much richer with my feline friends. This award is a true honor and encourages me to continue pursuing excellence in feline medicine. As a student, this support from the feline practitioner community welcomes me to the profession and means that throughout my career, I will work to give back much more than I have been given.”
Ms. Marsh has always dreamed of working with cats and has held many community events in support of feline care. After graduation, she will work for a small animal veterinarian at Firgrove Veterinary Hospital in Puyallup, WA, where she will continue her passion of advocating for cats. She says she loves cats “because every cat is a different puzzle. Cats are so intelligent, and I love forming a connection with them and showing them trust and safety in going to the vet. I often speak to them in ‘meow’ language, and I am endlessly intrigued by their strong, diverse personalities. This award is a huge honor to me because I have devoted so much of my heart to caring for cats, and I am thankful that I will continue to help cats every day of my career.”
“Both Laurel and Summer have demonstrated outstanding leadership skills that have led to many early accomplishments; their zealous pursuit of understanding the unique needs of cats through science will open many doors to them as veterinarians and to the welfare of cats. We aim to support and highlight their enthusiasm for feline medicine so that others will continue on the same path,” said Julie Legred, Executive Director of Winn.
In 2016, the Boards of Directors of both Winn and the AAFP approved the development and implementation of a joint scholarship offered by the two leading feline-dedicated organizations. After an unprecedented number of applicants and positive feedback from veterinary education programs, the boards decided to continue offering this opportunity, expanding the selection to two recipients in the categories of clinical practice and clinical research scientist. The application process prompts students to answer two essay questions explaining their specific interest and background in feline health and welfare, as well as their plans for future participation in feline medicine. Recipients of the $2,500 scholarships are selected based on individual academic achievement, strong leadership, and deep dedication to the study of feline medicine, health, and welfare. For more information, visit: catvets.com.
“We are all impressed by the lifelong passion both Laurel and Summer have shown for cats. This is apparent even in the early stages of their careers where their focus and dedication on advancing feline health and welfare is remarkable,” said Heather O’Steen, CAE and Chief Executive Officer of the AAFP. She continues, “Their passion for clinical research and clinical practice, respectively, has already led to phenomenal success. We’re excited about what they will bring to the future of feline medicine and research.”
The AAFP and Winn are both dedicated to advancing and enhancing standards in feline care. AAFP has numerous resources for veterinary students, such as discounts to the AAFP Annual Conference, and practical resources housed in the Student Center on its website, which includes complimentary webinars and a toolkit for veterinary students. The toolkit contains materials to help veterinary students embrace a feline perspective and obtain further knowledge about the standards needed to elevate care for cats. Winn also offers various educational resources on its website, including the Cat Health News Blog, educational articles, podcasts, videos, and an annual continuing educational symposium. Information regarding research grant awards and cat health study findings are also available on the website or through subscribing to the monthly e-newsletter. Other educational opportunities from Winn and the AAFP can also be found on each website.
About Winn Feline Foundation
Winn Feline Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 1968 that supports studies to improve cat health. Since 1968, Winn Feline Foundation has funded over $6.5 million in health research for cats at more than 30 partner institutions worldwide. This funding is made possible through the support of dedicated donors and partners. Research supported by Winn Feline Foundation helps veterinarians by providing educational resources that improve treatment of common feline health problems and prevent many diseases. Grants are awarded at least twice yearly with the help of the foundation’s expert review panel. For further information, go to www.winnfelinefoundation.org.
About the American Association of Feline Practitioners
The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) supports its members in improving the health and welfare of cats through high standards of practice, continuing education, and evidence-based medicine. As a trusted leader in the veterinary community, the AAFP has a long-standing reputation and track record for facilitating high standards of practice and providing educational resources to veterinary teams, including guidelines for practice excellence and an annual conference. Over the years, the AAFP has encouraged veterinary professionals to continuously re-evaluate preconceived notions of practice strategies in an effort to advance the quality of feline medicine. Launched in 2012, the Cat Friendly Practice® (CFP) program (catvets.com/cfp/veterinary-professionals) was created to improve the treatment, handling, and overall healthcare provided to cats. Its purpose is to reduce the stress of the veterinary visit for cats, caregivers, and the veterinary team and provide veterinary practices with the tools and resources to elevate the standard of care provided to cats. With the belief that cat caregivers are instrumental to feline health and welfare, the AAFP launched catfriendly.com, a consumer-focused reliable educational resource powered by feline veterinarians branded Cat Friendly Homes. This educational resource is tailored to the needs of cat caregivers who want to provide the very best care for their cat and is accompanied by a monthly newsletter, The Cat Column, as well as educational content on Facebook and Instagram.
New York, NY- The American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog is pleased to announce that the official bronze statue of Sgt. Stubby, a distinguished World War I war dog will be housed permanently at the AKC Museum of the Dog. The sculpture will be unveiled on May 23, 2019.
The statue, “Stubby Salutes,” created by renowned sculptor Susan Bahary, is a life sized bronze of the bull terrier mix. Stubby is widely regarded as the U.S Army’s first service dog. His service began in 1917 when he wandered on to the camp of the 102nd Infantry Regiment of the 26th Yankee Division at Yale. He formed a bond with a young solider named Robert Conroy who named him “Stubby.” Conroy subsequently smuggled Stubby on his ship when it was time to ship out. Stubby served in France for 18 months and a total of 17 battles. His heroic feats included: warning his unit of looming mustard gas attacks, locating wounded soldiers on the battlefield and sitting beside them until help arrived, and capturing a German spy by grabbing at the seat of his pants. Over the course of his service, he was injured by mustard gas and a grenade. Stubby is remembered for his bravery and also as a treasured mascot who brought joy to embattled soldiers. As a veteran, he was awarded a medal for his bravery by General John J. Pershing and met three presidents.
This April marked the 100th anniversary of Stubby’s return to the US to a hero’s welcome.
“We are very excited to welcome “Stubby Salutes” to our Museum collection,” said Alan Fausel, Executive Director of the AKC Museum of the Dog. “His courage and dedication to our country has laid the foundation for today’s military woking dogs and we look forward to sharing him with the public and educating them about his place in history.”
Susan Bahary, an internationally acclaimed artist, was commissioned by the decendants of Robert Conroy to memorialize Stubby in his rare salute pose, a pose which won him the favor of his fellow soldiers and officers. Her other works include “Always Faithful,” the United States first official war dog momument that commemorated the 25 dogs who perished in the taking of Guam during World War II. “Always Faithful” is a part of the Museum of the Dog’s collection.
“It has been an honor to create this bronze monument to commemorate Sgt. Stubby,” says Bahary. "His right paw represents his deeds for our country and his left paw represents his friendly and giving nature. His contributions to our military, along with his loyalty and bravery are symbolic of all the wonderful working dogs that protect us and service animals that benefit and enrich our lives today.”
The AKC Museum of the Dog, founded in 1982, was originally housed in The New York Life Building located at 51 Madison Avenue as part of the AKC Headquarters. In 1987, the Museum was moved to West St. Louis County, MO. The Museum made its return to New York City in a new location in February 2019 and houses one of the largest repositories of canine art in the world, including paintings, porcelains, bronzes, trophies and digital displays. The Museum is dedicated to education and preservation of purebred dogs.
The original casting of the sculpture is on permanent display at the “Connecticut Trees of Honor” Memorial at the Veterans Memorial Park In Middletown, CT
About the AKC Museum of the Dog
Founded in 1982, The AKC Museum of the Dog is dedicated to the collection, preservation, exhibition, and interpretation of the art, artifacts and literature of the dog for the purposes of education, historical perspective, aesthetic enjoyment and to enhance the appreciation for and knowledge of the significance of the dog and the human/canine relationship. Located in New York City, the Museum is home to several hundred paintings, drawings, watercolors, prints, sculptures, bronzes, and porcelain figurines, a variety of decorative arts objects and interactive displays depicting man's best friend throughout the ages. The AKC Museum of the Dog is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization funded mainly by private and corporate gift donations.
For more information on the AKC Museum of the Dog visit www.Museumofthedog.org
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May 4, 2019
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