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K9 Radio by Project Paws Alive

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K9 Radio presented by Project Paws Alive: Where the focus is on Law Enforcement, Fire, Search & Rescue, and Military K9 Units.

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K9 Radio presented by Project Paws Alive: Where the focus is on Law Enforcement, Fire, Search & Rescue, and Military K9 Units.

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K9 Radio by Project Paws Alive

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K9 Radio presented by Project Paws Alive: Where the focus is on Law Enforcement, Fire, Search & Rescue, and Military K9 Units.

Rank #1: Susan Bulanda: Animal Behavior Consultant, National Search Dog Alliance, Author

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Susan Bulanda, Certified Animal Behavior Consultant and author will be on with us and giving away three of her best-sellers. Recognized as a dog trainer since 1963, Susan Bulanda has worked with dogs in a variety of fields. She is recognized worldwide expert in canine Search & Rescue. With her husband Larry, successfully ran two canine SAR Units. She is a member of the National Search Dog Alliance and is on their Advocacy Council as well as writes a monthly column for their newsletter.
Certified with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants she served both as its Vice President and Dog Chair Person. As an Adjunct Professor at Kutztown University and Carroll County College, Susan developed two programs: “Canine Training and Management Program -- Level I & II” -- for students who want to become dog trainers and canine behavior consultants.
An award-winning author, Susan has lecturedworldwide, written hundreds of articles, and penned nine well-received books. You can visit her web site at http://www.sbulanda.com/
Apr 08 2014
1 hour 1 min
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Rank #2: Antonio Rodriguez; USAF Retired, Olive Branch K9 Owner & Saving Private K9 TV

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Antonio (Arod) Rodriguez - retired SMSgt/E-8 USAF and owner/senior consultant at Olive Branch K9, LLC. Joins Actor R. Lee Ermey for "Saving Private K-9" TV series that details the incredible relationships between military and law enforcement service dogs and their handlers. A combat veteran of Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom. Currently provides comprehensive K-9 management and training solutions for domestic law enforcement, military and private security organizations around the world. Expertise includes canine education and training, high-risk tactical operations, counter IED operations, program management and advisory support. Recognized throughout the military K-9 community as a subject matter expert in the employment of K-9 teams in both law enforcement and combat arenas. Previously utilized expertise in the creation and implementation of the USAF’s first combat K-9 pre-deployment course, thereby providing premier joint warfighter capability to combatant commanders worldwide.
Mar 25 2014
1 hour 17 mins
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Rank #3: Lt. Coby Webb of The National Police Bloodhound Association

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Coby Webb is a Lieutenant for a law enforcement agency in Southern California. She was a Dual Handler for her Sheriff’s Department where she worked several dogs. The majority of her time was with a Malinois and a Bloodhound. During her K-9 years, Webb received many distinguished awards to include; Officer of the Year, Distinguished Service Medal, CPOA Officer of Distinction, Hero’s Award, and AKC Honorable Mention for 2 years in a row along with numerous commendations. Webb’s Bloodhounds, Maggie Mae, & Abbigail, were on the FBI’s call-out list and responded to Samantha Runnion and Danielle Van Damm kidnappings along with other high profile cases. She has also worked numerous SWAT missions with her Bloodhound at local and national levels including the Sierra SWAT Challenge for several years. She was also asked to participate and teach tracking/trailing with SWAT for Urban Shield. Webb earned her Instructor, Evaluator, and Judge certifications for tracking/trailing for all dog breeds. She stayed in the K-9 program for years and worked four patrol dogs. She furthered her patrol dog experience by attending K-9 SWAT schools with her patrol dog and worked two narcotic dogs. Webb became the K-9 Sergeant for a 22 dog program for her Department. Approximately, two years ago, Webb traveled to Africa and assisted the Mara Conservancy with tracking poachers. Webb receives continual invites to travel international and teach tracking/trailing for all breeds. However, she has been selective on her travels due to work and family. Webb is a Recognized Court Expert regarding Tracking/Trailing and is the Treasurer / Board Member of the National Police Bloodhound Association.
Apr 29 2014
1 hour 7 mins
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Rank #4: Maria Goodavage; New York Times bestselling author of SOLDIER DOGS

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Maria Goodavage is a feature writer for dogster.com and author of the New York Times bestselling book SOLDIER DOGS, for which she appeared on The Daily Show. She has become one of the most respected writers on the subject of military working dogs, giving numerous presentations to military audiences and dog handlers each year. Her next book, TOP DOG, will go on-sale from Dutton in the fall. It is available for preorder from any online retailer. www.soldierdogs.com
Apr 22 2014
1 hour 7 mins
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Rank #5: Loreen Pantaleone of The K9 Hero Portrait Project

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Animal artist for over 15 years that decided to dedicate my life to painting portraits of working dog (K9) heroes. I only paint recognized military, contractor, SAR, police and PTSD Service dogs,  not therapy dogs or family pets. Created the K9 Hero Portrait Project in March of 2013 while completing a portrait of MWD Gabe K153 SSD. During the completion of his portrait, I became aware of several K9's who were either killed in action or gravely injured, all within one week. Although I know working dogs are always faced with danger, it wasn't the events that drove me to create this project, it was the reactions of the handlers that were captured in photos and networked on the web. Each one was completely distraught at the loss or the injury of their K9 partner, who to them, was their family member. That's when I knew that these were the men and women I wanted to paint for. Each painting is donated to the handler, or, in the case of a retired working dog, to their family. Since the project is completely out of pocket, I help fund the program by having commemorative coins minted with the completed portrait on one side. The handler or family receives the first in the series, and the rest are sold to help fund the project and also be used to help donate to other working dog or military PTSD programs.
Apr 15 2014
1 hour 6 mins
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