Animal Radio

Animal Radio Episode 905

April 6, 201779 min
Drone is a Game Changer for Lost Pets Hobbyist Kenneth Hendrick specifically bought his flying camera drone to look for lost pets in Florida. Teaming up with a Loxahatchee Lost and Found Pets Inc, they search for up to 95 animals a month. He says he reunites pet parents with cats, dogs, pigs, turtles and even calves. 5 Household Hazards for Pet Birds Birds are really remarkable pets that can fill a home with love, laughter and entertainment. They are interactive and intelligent. Unfortunately, they are also susceptible to household dangers that are very common in many homes. Pet World Insider Robert Semrow shares some of these dangers that exist before they bring harm to a pet bird in your life. Federal Agents Killing Millions of Animals, Including Pets Federal agents killed 154,943 animals in the state of Washington alone last year. The agency responsible is the little-known Wildlife Services of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, which for public and private sector clients kills animals all over the country, from ravens, swans and doves to wolves, which are deemed a "problem" by the client. Last month 14-year old boy was injured and his 3- year-old yellow Lab was killed by a cyanide trap set by Wildlife Services intended to kill coyotes in Idaho. Boy Scout Serves as a Role Model Animal Advocate Alex Quintero is the first Boy Scout to create an Eagle Service Project assisting shelter animals. At 17 years old, he's focused on whatever he can do to help his local shelter in Flagstaff, Arizona. From collecting blankets to acquiring food for shelter animals, you'll find Alex stepping forward to assist animals and help them get adopted. Listen to this week's show Read More about this week's show. Next Week: Jo Anne Worley - Lauren Watt - Rachel McClennan

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