Tim Link is an author, writer, speaker and nationally syndicated radio show host. Tim has been featured in numerous newspapers, magazines, television and radio shows including:
Associated Press “FOX & Friends” "The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet”
“Better Mornings Atlanta” “Good Day Atlanta” People Magazine’s People Pets
Dogster.com Catster.com “The Pet Show with Dr. Katy”
Atlanta Magazine Houston Chronicle Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The Bronx Times Luxury Las Vegas Detroit Free Press
“Good Day Columbus” Pet Gazette National Public Radio (NPR)
“Colorado & Company” Fido Friendly “The Pat McMahon Show”
“Arizona Midday” Tails SiriusXM Satellite Radio
“Good Day Colorado” Animal Fair “Good Morning Texas”
“San Diego Living” DogSport “Tennessee Mornings”
“Sonoran Living” “WUSA News” Gaithersburg Gazette
“More at Midday” “WCBS News”
Since 2007, Tim has been the president and CEO of Wagging Tales, his animal-focused consulting practice. Through his practice, Tim helps pet owners build stronger relationships with their pets through communication with their animals. To date, Tim has helped thousands of pet owners worldwide and looks forward to helping many more. A percentage of Tim’s earnings are always donated to animal-focused charities in need.
Tim is also the current radio host of Pet Life Radio’s Animal Writes show which features interviews with best-selling pet-related authors, award winning writers and journalists that focus on stories about animals as well as bloggers with interesting topics to share about pets.
Tim’s book, Wagging Tales: Every Animal Has a Tale, includes 32 stories about animals that he has helped through his gift as an animal communicator as well as 24 helpful tips that you can implement with your animals.
In Tim’s latest book, Talking with Dogs and Cats: Joining the Conversation to Improve Behavior and Bond with Your Animals, he advises how to solve or reduce various behavior problems such as separation anxiety, excessive barking, litter-box mishaps, reactions to storms and other loud noises, and resistance to walking on a leash by employing visualization techniques while communicating verbally with your pet. The foreword for Talking with Dogs and Cats was written by Victoria Stilwell.
Tim, being very involved with animal rescue organizations, volunteered as the past president of the Humane Society of Forsyth County – a no-kill shelter.
Tim enjoys spending time with his wife and their many pets at their home outside of Atlanta, Georgia. For more information about Tim and the work he does to enhance the lives of animals and their families, please visit www.wagging-tales.com.
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