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Rejuvenate Your Pup

Friday, November 11, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

 

dogpeaceHere’s some info from a reader and her Border Terrier. Maybe she’s onto something!

For the past 10 years my border terrier, aptly named Terry, has been one of my best friends. When he was a puppy, nothing seemed to faze him. He could go for a 10 mile run or stay outside in the winter weather for hours and never miss a beat.

Now that he is getting on in years, Terry has lost much of his puppy-like exuberance. He rarely will go on jogs with me, and constantly shivers and shakes in the house. I recently picked him up a dog sweat shirt, and not only does Terry seem more comfortable, but it also gives him a younger, edgier appearance.

Remember, your pets count!

We just launched our all holiday music radio station! A Delmarva Christmas — our gift to you. A little early but we need some diversion! Listen all holiday season and keep us on in your home or business!

The greatest oldies of all time are on Edgewater Gold Radio!

For the of the 50’s and 60’s, try Rehoboth Radio – beach radio 5060 –you’ll love it!

 

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Calming Cat Anxiety

Thursday, November 10, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

catanxiety-comI’m sure you’ve heard your cat hiss and have seen him puff up his tail. This means that he feels threatened. If you watch closely, when your cat gets startled, the pupils of his eyes will quickly become smaller. Your cat may show several different signs that he is frightened. He may also run, hide, growl and arch his back. To help reduce your cat’s anxiety, it is much better to slowly introduce anything that is new or different such as new cat toy, object, person and even another animal. Slowly, over time he will become used to the new addition to his environment. If your cat runs off and hides because he his frightened, don’t run after him and try to pull him out from under the sofa or bed. You’ll just make things worse. Be patient and let him come out when he is ready. One of my cats runs and hides when one of my friends comes over. My friend does not like cats and one time startled her. Since that time, she’s in her cozy little hiding place when my friend is over.

One important thing to remember with cats is that you should keep their routine as consistent as possible. This includes feeding, playing and cuddling.

Remember, your pets count!

The greatest oldies of your life play on Edgewater Gold Radio~

Oldies from the 50’s and 60’s all the time on Rehoboth Radio.

Listen to both great stations from our website: The Edgewater Internet Radio Network.

Coming TOMORROW – All Christmas All the time on A Delmarva Christmas!

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When Training a Pup, Tone is Key

Tuesday, November 8, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

cutestpupWhen you’re trying to teach your puppy a simple command or you’re correcting bad behavior, an appropriate tone of voice will convey the message most clearly. Remember that you’re dog is not human and he doesn’t understand English. Give commands in a clear, firm voice with a tone that says that “I am your leader.” Never let sharp, edgy or frustrated tones creep into your voice. That will only confuse your little pup. He’ll know that you’re displeased but he won’t know why. Whenever your puppy responds well or behaves nicely, praise him with warm, encouraging, upbeat tones. He’ll know that you’re happy and he’ll repeat the behavior. It may take awhile but your pup will learn if you stay calm and consistent. When he does behave well, don’t forget to reward him with a dog treat!

Remember, your pets count!

Remember to vote today and to ease the stress  TURN ON THE OLDIES!

Two great stations will melt the tension away:

Edgewater Gold Radio – 50’s through the early 80’s plus great standards!

If you love the 50’s and 60’s, it’s Rehoboth Radio -beachradio 5060

Soon after all of this election anxiety is over, we’ll be launching our first all holiday station/

Look for the debut of  A Delmarva Christmas!

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dogalumiumWell. it’s that time of year again. Thanksgiving and Christmas right around the corner and we need to keep our precious pets safe. We’ve talked about keeping bones away from your dog because these could splinter in your dogs intestines and cause major problems. There are other items to keep away from your dog. One is aluminum foil. We wrap leftover turkey and other foods in this product all the time but with all the excitement of the holidays, our pets can accidentally get a hold of aluminum foil and lick the grease or attempt to eat the contents. Aluminum foil can also cause major intestinal problems for your dog. Make sure that anything wrapped in aluminum foil is kept out of reach of your dog. Play it safe and enjoy your holiday!

Remember, your pets count!

Keep the oldies playing all weekend long on these great stations:

EDGEWATER GOLD RADIO – 50’s through the 80’s plus great standards

REHOBOTH RADIO – Beachradio 5060 – 50’s and 60’s hits

Listen directly from our website: THE EDGEWATER INTERNET RADIO NETWORK.

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A Fun Loving, Non Shedding Dog

Friday, November 4, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

cocapooA Cock a poo is a cross between a Cocker Spaniel and a Poodle. Sometimes this breed is refer to as a “spoodle.” A Cock a poo may be a great choice for people looking for a fun loving and non shedding dog. One thing that makes cock a poos popular is their short, curly, teddy bear type hair and hypoallergenic coat. They are also friendly to all ages of your family. Cock a poos have a clown like personality. They are very smart and outgoing and they’ll keep you company. Cock a poos need a good amount of exercise. If your considering having one in an apartment, make sure he has lots of dog toys maybe even a dog exercise pen and that he gets plenty of exercise. Take him out for frequent and long walks.

Remember, your pets count!

The greatest oldies of your life – It’s Friday! Let the oldies roll on Edgewater Gold Radio!

If you love the 50’s and 60’s, you’ll love Rehoboth Radio – Beachradio 5060

Watch for the debut of our all Christmas Station – coming real soon – “A Delmarva Christmas!

 

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Two Cats, Diarrhea , Which One?

Wednesday, November 2, 2016
posted by Jim Murphy

cats-litter-boxAs you know, I have two cats Molly and Millie. Molly my older cat has been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease. Molly always terrorizes Millie, who is 11 years old. About a day or two ago, I noticed that one of them has diarrhea, but which one? Molly does have kidney disease but is not exhibiting any abnormal symptoms. There is no vomiting and both cats seem to behaving and eating normally. Now, my problem is to determine which of them has the diarrhea. I suspect that it may be my younger cat Millie. If this continues for more than another day, I will have to take her to the vet to determine what’s causing her diarrhea. It’s very important  to make sure that your cat doesn’t get dehydrated if he/she has diarrhea. There are many things that can cause diarrhea in cats from stress to a bacteria or parasite infection so it’s important that you get it checked out if it doesn’t clear up within a day or two.

Remember, your pets count!!

All oldies all the time on your oldies leader – Edgewater Gold Radio!

Oldies from the 50’s and 60’s only! The core rock and roll.  Rehoboth radio – beach radio 5060

Listen to both station on our website. The Edgewater Internet Radio Network.

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