The Not Old - Better Show
About This Show
Not Old – Better is a radio show that is broadcast over the Internet using podcast technology discussing the hottest issues and topics that fascinate and inform those 50+ Americans and are of interest and concern to boomers.
Not Old – Better viewers and listeners can “tune in” whenever they want, giving them the freedom to enjoy the show in the gym, in the car, at home or work.
A SHOW FOR THOSE 50+, BY THOSE 50+
Not Old – Better is produced one to two times a week, and each show is roughly 25 – 30 minutes long. The shows are hosted by Paul Vogelzang sharing opinions and experiences with the audience. Show topics discuss issues such as fitness, health, mindfulness, new products, technology, ideas, culture, film, music, literature and many other themes, matters and concerns for the 50+ audience.
The hallmark of the show are in-depth guest interviews with leaders in health, fitness, technology, politics and many others. The scope of the show is international so expect to hear many guests from around the world.
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Most Recent Episode
Caretaker Essay to My Parents, Pt 2 'Bailey'
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I Had To Put My Parent’s Sweet Little Dog Down Caretaker Essay to My Parents, Pt 2 'Bailey' So, my parents found out very recently that their sweet little dog, Bailey, had been urinating on a couple spots of an expensive “Persian rug.” The rug sits atop a new hardwood floor in their home, and the spots were directly adjacent to a very nice lo-boy cabinet. As happens, the pee, which had been accumulating for some time, and was strong in odor, but not to my parents. But, the pee had seeped under the lo-boy cabinet, and through the rug, soiling the hardwood floor, staining it and creating black mold along the flooring seams, all the way through to the sub floor! A terrible mess, and my parents were understandably angry. Before my mom’s recent knee replacement surgery, she provided Bailey walks, regular potty time outside, etc. Since arriving, I’d begun that process, but Bailey had been doing this for months. The three of us had discussed options over the past few days, and I offered to take the dog home with me to Virginia when I leave – Bailey would get along great with our two dogs, who you’ve met recently in the “Celebrate Your Pet Day” video, at YouTube and at the Not Old Better site, and I have the time and money to help deal with this problem. They said “Oh, but dogs cost so much money - and three dogs are more expensive than two!” “And, Bailey will not make the trip.” Bailey is a dog my mom received from a friend, via her will, upon this friend’s death, and we think Bailey is 10 or 12 years old. At one point two nights ago, my parents said they would get Bailey checked at the vet for urinary problems before deciding anything. The next morning, my mom, in tears, asked me to take Bailey, right then, to the vet to euthanize the dog. My mom explained that they asked a couple people if they were interested in taking her, but they weren't, the friends saying the pound would most likely euthanize a dog with urinary problems like this, and my mom is so overwhelmed with her own convalescence and care needs that Bailey wouldn’t and couldn’t be trained, given my mom’s limited ambulatory ability. Hearing this, I then phoned a long-time area friend, asking about ‘training.’ According to this friend, dogs can be trained to not soil indoors, but the reinforcement, after the trainer leaves i