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The Pawsitive Coach™
Arden Featured on Tales for the Pet Lover’s Heart
Looking for a doggone good speaker who can deliver a purr-fect presentation? Book Arden as your speaker. She’s not your typical presenter who relies solely on PowerPoint. Arden prefers a more creative route — driving home key points by sometimes using a bandana-wearing Husky mix, a leash-walking cat, bathtub ducks, a little Mozart, and even a pan of burned brownies. Whether Arden is in front of CNN-Headline News cameras or in front of a classroom or on stage at national pet expos, she tells the real truth about cats and dogs — and writing and the freelance world of social media. As The Pawsitive Coach™ , Arden entertains and educates audiences of all ages and interests.
PSI’s Patti Moran
Meet the Four Legged Life® Founder
Arden Moore — The Pawsitive Coach™ — happily wears many “collars” in the pet world: radio show host, editor, author, professional speaker, media consultant and behavior consultant. She travels all over North America to help millions better understand why cats and dogs do what they do. Arden unleashes her sage advice spiced with humor as an in-demand TV and radio show guest, (including The Today Show, CNN, FOX, Martha Stewart and The George Lopez Show.) Her mission is to help people and their pets learn to play with a purpose and to play it safe.
|And she knows how to play it safe — with pets. She is a Master Certified pet first aid, CPR and safety instructor with Pet Tech, the world’s leader in hands-on training and pet wellness classes. Whenever possible, she brings her dog-cat teaching tandem of Chipper and Zeki to give hands-on skills for her students. Visit her Pet First Aid 4 U site for more details. Be your pet’s true best friend and sign up for a class today – contact Arden.|
|Each week, she hosts the award-winning OH BEHAVE! show on Pet Life Radio, the No. 1 pet podcast on the planet. She hosts “top dogs” in the pet world, including Betty White, Kellie Pickler, Victoria Stilwell, Rachael Ray, Jennifer Aniston, Steve Wozniak and Dean Koontz. Arden also serves as editor-at-large of Fido Friendly and founder of National Dog Party Day. Looking for a grrr-eat speaker, media consultant or spokesperson? Arden knows pets — best!
Arden Moore’s Video Bio
Meet Arden’s Furry Fab Four
So, just who IS Arden Moore? Well, let’s go back to my childhood. I grew up in a Brady Bunch-like family in a town called Crown Point, located in Northwest Indiana. Until winning a couple high school state titles in girls’ basketball in the 1980s, this sleepy Hoosier town had earned notoriety as the place where bank robber John Dillinger escaped from the county jail in the 1930s by fooling the local sheriff with a “gun” carved from a bar of soap and blackened with shoe polish. I was fortunate to grow up on the outskirts of town with a backyard that rolled into the shoreline of a fresh water lake. Summers found me training my cat, Corky, to swim and learning how to turn double plays on the softball diamond. Winters were spent building snow-fortified forts and going full throttle on the family snow mobile across the frozen lake surface.
|By my first year in high school, I quickly learned that my future would not be in the world of music. After all, there is not a big demand for people who play the glockenspiel, so I cajoled the editor of the local weekly newspaper into hiring me to be a sports writer. I discovered I liked putting nouns and verbs together far more than trying to strike the right note on a too-heavy metal instrument with a mallet. As a corn-fed Hoosier, I valued my Midwest roots, but knew I needed to experience other places. My insatiable curiosity led me to spending the next 20 years chasing stories as a reporter and editor for daily newspapers in Indiana and Florida. From there, I entered the publishing world at the family-owned Rodale Press located in another sleepy town — this one called Emmaus, Pennsylvania. At Rodale, my “day job” was health writer for the book division, but I moonlighted as a writer for their new magazine called Pets: Part of the Family. There, I realized that I could tap my love of writing and interviewing to help people become healthier and to tout the power of pets. Pets and people — that’s what I am all about. In fact, I can’t remember a time when there wasn’t at least one tail-wagger in my life. Today, I happily share my home in Oceanside, California with two dogs, two cats, and an often-used vacuum cleaner. Never did I imagine growing up as a glockenspiel-playing teen-ager in Crown Point would I some day see my name on dozens of books and hundreds of magazine articles. I feel fortunate to have hit the right note — finally!|