October 16th, 2007
I am Wendy's assistant, and will be making posts. I wanted to bring you up to speed on Wendy's Animal Talk. Here is our guest list for the rest of October.
On October 23rd, Pam Mourouz from Wiley Publishing will be Wendy's guest. They will be discussing what every budding writer should know about getting a book published.
On October 30th, Dr. Jessica Waldman, D.V.M. will be Wendy's guest. Dr. Jessica will be discussing the topic of rehabilitation therapy for dogs. Did you know that the title "physical therapist" is registered to human physical therapists only, and therapists for animals are not allowed to call themselves this? Dr. Jessica will be talking about this interesting field, and what rehabilitation therapy consists of.
Wendy is also participating in a contest that is open to her radio listeners. Some of the prizes available are: In the Giveaway Garden you could win a pet odor eliminating soy candle that removes odors from the air. With each candle she will also give away her famous Freshen Vac deodorizers for vacuum cleaners. Make sure to tune in to the show for more details.
There is also a Pro Shop, where the listener can get a 10% discount on Wendy's cooking class. What you get is a personal 30 minute cooking class consultation with Wendy. You will also receive a copy of Wendy's cooking class booklet, "Cooking With Wendy", which contains 15 recipes, a feeding chart and nutritional information you can use. And if you have any questions after you take the course, you can call Wendy with any questions you might have.
We have some very interesting guests scheduled for November also, but we will tell you more about this later. That's all for now. Check back for more information on November's radio show schedule. And by all means, if you have any suggestions for topics for the show you would like to hear; or guests you would like us to try and book, feel free to contact us.
Be sure to check out Wendy's weekly dog and cat columns on Love To Know. Until next time, in Wendy's own words: Remember, the animals in your life are not just your pets; they're your friends. WNR
GREAT JOB Ruthie!!ReplyDelete