A lot can happen in a month and this September was no exception. We welcomed a new family member, an anxious German Shepard puppy with ears that could even give Dumbo a run for his money. I had my first dance with a sloth named Albert Einstein on "The Today Show". And for the last time, I single handedly moved Chompers our 6 ft. Alligator indoors for the winter. Here are some of my favorite highlights from the month of September!
One of the best parts of my job while working with animals is the unpredictable nature of the game. There’s no telling which animals I’ll be working with in the near future or the ones I’ll unexpectedly run into. A few examples include the walking sharks, money collecting parrots, The Today Show, actor Ken Jeong, and
As anyone who works with animals can tell you, every day is different. I think the same can be said for anyone who works in television. Both lines of work are extremely unpredictable, which I find appealing. You just never know what could be right around the corner. For instance: If you would have told