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Living the Country Life Radio Program with Betsy Freese
Dog found them Listen here to the radio mp3 Radio interview source: Denise Guinn, acreage owner, Ft. Ogden, Florida In August of 2004, Hurricane Charley made landfall in Charlotte County,...
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Whether he's a purebred or a mutt, your dog may have the ability to heal someone's life. A pooch that's calm, friendly, and loves people can go through training for dog-assisted therapy...
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Living the Country Life Radio Program with Betsy Freese
Do your research Listen to this radio show (MP3 download) or read below. Radio interview source: Jeff Swearengen, conservation officer, Iowa DNR I grew up in Maryland with Chesapeake Bay...
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It's a dream come true for chocolate lovers - mulching your gardens with cocoa mulch. Unfortunately dogs love it too and if they eat it, you'll have a sick pooch on your hands. Radio...
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Dogs can pick up allergens that make them itchy and miserable, when they spend a lot of time outdoors. If this happens to your dog, it may have atopic dermatitis. Radio interview source: Dr. Sarah...
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If you're looking for a versatile dog to help with various chores around the place, consider a Giant Schnauzer. This dog can be a big help with livestock and predators. Radio interview source:...
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The Blue Heeler, also known as an Australian Cattle Dog, is one of the most popular herding breeds. Blue Heelers are named for their coloring and the practice of nipping at the heels of the animals...
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It's not unusual to see a horse pulling a heavy cart, but it's strange to see a dog doing it. The Greater Swiss Mountain Dog can do it and be a wonderful pet. Radio interview source:...
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The Catahoula Cur is both beautiful and hard working
Radio interview source: Don Abney, Owner, Abney Catahoulas                       The Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog, also known as...
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Some dogs are just meant to live on acreages. If you're looking for one that will herd, livestock, and sound the alarm against predators, try an Australian Shepherd. Radio interview source: Liz...

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