On this episode of “Talking With The Dogs!” animal communicator Liz Murdoch talks with the national leader in dog-friendly community expertise, Beth Cherryholmes Miller.
Don’t miss this historic and emotional episode! For the first time on a podcast, Liz discusses reaching out to Beth’s dog “Rocky,” and finding out what Rocky wanted Beth to know about his recent crossing over and her grief. Liz and Beth discuss the unique connection between Beth and Rocky, the grieving process, guilt after a dog’s death, why Rocky was afraid of hugs and whole lot more! As Liz says, “Dogs love us so much more than we think!” And, this episode is testament to that love and loss.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BETH CHERRYHOLMES MILLER…
#1 dog-friendliness expert
Founder & CEO of Wagtown, 501(c)3
Author of children’s book, “Tucker Finds His Forever Home”
Author of "I Wanna Dog" Prep Kit for Kids
Creator of Wagtown's K-1 Curriculum to teach kids about dog safety and humane behavior.
In September of 2016, after 27 years’ experience with strategic planning, advocacy marketing, graphics, teaching, public speaking, and brand development, Beth left a C-suite position to take a leap of faith. She decided to pursue an idea to create a nonprofit initiative to quantify, qualify, and promote responsible dog-friendliness in America like no one had done to date.
Since then, she has conducted more than 500 face-to-face interviews in 18 states with thought leaders from economic development and animal advocacy to tourism and law enforcement. Beth and her partner in crime, Tom Everhart, led the nation’s largest dog-friendly research initiative and are creating a national movement to change the world, one wet nose at a time. Wagtown is a global movement for authentic and responsible dog-friendly people and communities.
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