Adopt a Diamond: WGN Radio Dog Adoption Segment
Diamonds are a girl’s best friend! Don’t worry boys, this Diamond doesn’t discriminate and would love to be your BFF too. She’s may be older, but tail wags haven’t slowed at about 7 years. And if you happen to have treats, it’s more wags per minute from Diamond, available for adoption from Chicago Animal Care and Control in the pet adoption segment I do on WGN Radio with Steve Cochran at 9:35AM CDT. You can watch us and Diamond here or on CLTV. Or listen at 720AM.
Diamond has, by all accounts, gone to puppy school, and she still remembers what she learned.
The point of these segments is to support adoption – please help us to find Diamond a-home.
Tickle Your Funny Bone
We’ll also discuss the upcoming Tickle your Funny Bone benefit November 17 to support Friends of Chicago Animal Care and Control. at iO 1501 N. Kingsbury Street. Adoptable dogs will be there, and some may even appear on stage.
The event will include:
- Live stage performances by iO Theatre improv comedians -some you will no doubt soon seen on Saturday Night Live
- Special guest “Alligator Robb” (minus Chance the Snapper)
- Yummy food with selections for omnivores and vegans
- Themed cocktails and other spirits
- Interaction with adoptable dogs on the veranda
- Live and silent auctions and other fun stuff
- Tickets will be auctioned off to “Saturday Night Live” and “Cobert”
It’s no croc, with “Alligator Robb” in attendance, there has to be alligator humor. Probably, they’ll throw a pie in my face; I will be there too.. Lorne Michaels, legendary producer of “Saturday Night Live,” and scouts from Colbert, Kimmel, Conan and others sneak into iO to frequently check out the talent. Maybe Lorne wants a dog?
Halloween and Pets
More people than ever are dressing up their pets at Halloween. Should you or shouldn’t you? And do you take the pup trick or treating? And what the most popular costumes? All these questions, and more, all answered. And if you get frightened at Halloween, imagine how our pets can feel. Here are some tips to ease the scary.