Listen to "Dogs Rule” on WDVR fM 89.7
Wednesdays, 3:00 - 4:00 PM
Lulu's Executive Director Michele Armstrong, Executive Director of Lulu's Rescue, has a talk show on local, public radio station WDVR FM 89.7. Michele has taken her love for dogs and commitment to their welfare and well being and created “Dogs Rule” every Wednesday from 3:00-5:00pm.
Michele presents expert information on canine health and wellness, veterinary care, behavior training, and those making a difference in the lives of man’s best friend. Listeners will be encouraged to participate by submitting questions for the experts and show ideas for upcoming programs.
Some of Michele's Previous Guests
Patricia Jordan, DVM author: “Vaccinosis The Mark of the Beast"
Kenny Lamberti, Director of Strategic Engagement Companion Animals at HSUS
Sarah Speed, Pennsylvania State Director, HSUS
Jim Crosby, Canine Agression Expert
Judy Morgan, DVM Author From Needles to Natural
Marc Okon, Founder Pet Food Stamps
Laura Maloney, chief operating officer for The Humane Society of the United States.
Dr. Deva Kalsa author of “Dr. Khalsa’s Natural Dog” considered THE ‘holistic bible’ for all dog guardians.
Rachel Hirshfeld, preeminent animal law attorney and Founder of Petriarch.com; creator of the Pet Protection Agreement “estate planning for people and their pets.”
Stacy Radin, Founder “Unleashed” a model program in NYC that harnesses young girls enthusiasm for animal welfare working to tackle the problem of homeless animals.
Dr. Nicholas Dodman. Founder of the Animal Behavior Clinic at Tufts Veterinary University and writer of 5 highly acclaimed books including: “If Only They Could Speak” (one of the top 5 dog books as listed by the Wall Street Journal).
Nancy Shraffran. expert veterinary educator focusing on pain management for our companion animals; has authored over 20 journal and book publications.
Eric Barsness. Director of Development “Puppies Behind Bars”a non-profit organization that uses prisoners to raise and train dogs for lives of service. Puppies Behind Bars launched “Dog Tags”: Service dogs for those who have served us a program through which fully trained service dogs are donated to wounded soldiers coming home from Iraq and Afghanistan.