Animal Behaviorist Wendy Kelly Guarantees Results

Animal Behaviorist Wendy Kelly Guarantees Results In Writing

My guest April 27 on “Talking Animals” –airing 11am to noon ET on Tampa NPR affiliate WMNF (88.5 FM), and streaming live via our website TalkingAnimals — will be WENDY KELLY, an animal behaviorist who’s the founder and owner of Pet Peeves Animal Training, Inc.

Based in Clearwater, FL, Pet Peeves emphasizes positive behavioral principles in training through which Wendy provides local and national services as an applied animal behaviorist–and, in a singular attribute, commits to the intended results in writing, with a money-back guarantee.

As part of the conversation about Wendy’s methods and successes, we’ll include a case study involving a once-challenging, very fearful boxer named Barksdale–and one of his humans, Margaret, will speak on Barksdale’s behalf.

Wendy Kelly speaks with us live, in studio, April 27.Please tune in 88.5 FM, or online here 11am ET…8am PT

And to join the conversation, you can call: 813.239.9663–or e-mail DJ@wmnf.org

Also, we’ll speak briefly with LINDA ORR, a founder of Countless Cats Rescue, Inc., about the organization and about a yard sale fundraiser slated for this Saturday, 7am-5pm at 203 S. Falkenburg Road in Brandon.Thank you!

Kind Regards,

Duncan Strauss

Talking Animals

 

 

 

About “Talking Animals”

“Talking Animals is a weekly, hour-long radio show about animals & animal issues that airs on WMNF (88.5 FM) in Tampa every Wednesday, 11am-noon ET, and streams live via our website TalkingAnimals.net.

Our guests have included Jane Goodall, Alec Baldwin, Chrissie Hynde and numerous people whose names aren’t as recognizable, but are doing all kinds of important work on behalf of animals. Please “Like” us on Facebook here, and follow us on Twitter here Thank you!

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