Dog Words

0136: Susan Bahary's Tribute to Service Animals

September 30, 2020 Season 1 Episode 36
Dog Words
0136: Susan Bahary's Tribute to Service Animals
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Dog Words
0136: Susan Bahary's Tribute to Service Animals
Sep 30, 2020 Season 1 Episode 36

Sculptor Susan Bahary discusses her touching depictions of dogs and other service animals. Her bronze “Stubby Salutes” honors the brave service dog from our interview with author Ann Bausum and is on display at Trees of Honor Veterans’ Park, in Middletown, Connecticut. See more of Susan’s work at BaharyStudios.com and follow Bahary Studios on Facebook

More information on the National Service Animals Monument is available at their website and Facebook page, including the Purple Poppy Pin fundraiser.

If you order Thunder Dog: The True Story of a Blind Man, His Guide Dog, and the Triumph of Trust by Michael Hingson that was mentioned in this episode, please consider choosing Rosie Fund as your Amazon Smile charity.

PetTech CPR certification sessions to benefit RosieFund are scheduled for Saturday, October 17 at Bar K. Go to RosieFund.org/events for more information or to register.

October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month. At Rosie Fund, we encourage you to make a difference in a shelter dog's life. You can do just that by purchasing a “We save each other” t-shirt on our page at Bonfire.com. All proceeds go toward supporting our mission to help senior and harder-to-adopt dogs have a better life.

Visit RosieFund.org for links to all of our social media, including our free YouTube channel. Please subscribe to our channel to help us secure the Rosie Fund URL.

Music for this episode is provided by alternative string duo, The Wires. Visit them at TheWires.info. If you’d like a socially distanced concert in your backyard this fall, contact The Wires via their website.

Learn fiddle and cello-fiddle online — even if you've never played before — from Laurel Morgan Parks and Sascha Groshang at FiddleLife.com.

Show Notes

Sculptor Susan Bahary discusses her touching depictions of dogs and other service animals. Her bronze “Stubby Salutes” honors the brave service dog from our interview with author Ann Bausum and is on display at Trees of Honor Veterans’ Park, in Middletown, Connecticut. See more of Susan’s work at BaharyStudios.com and follow Bahary Studios on Facebook

More information on the National Service Animals Monument is available at their website and Facebook page, including the Purple Poppy Pin fundraiser.

If you order Thunder Dog: The True Story of a Blind Man, His Guide Dog, and the Triumph of Trust by Michael Hingson that was mentioned in this episode, please consider choosing Rosie Fund as your Amazon Smile charity.

PetTech CPR certification sessions to benefit RosieFund are scheduled for Saturday, October 17 at Bar K. Go to RosieFund.org/events for more information or to register.

October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month. At Rosie Fund, we encourage you to make a difference in a shelter dog's life. You can do just that by purchasing a “We save each other” t-shirt on our page at Bonfire.com. All proceeds go toward supporting our mission to help senior and harder-to-adopt dogs have a better life.

Visit RosieFund.org for links to all of our social media, including our free YouTube channel. Please subscribe to our channel to help us secure the Rosie Fund URL.

Music for this episode is provided by alternative string duo, The Wires. Visit them at TheWires.info. If you’d like a socially distanced concert in your backyard this fall, contact The Wires via their website.

Learn fiddle and cello-fiddle online — even if you've never played before — from Laurel Morgan Parks and Sascha Groshang at FiddleLife.com.