The Addictionary Podcast

#90 The Man Behind The Mutts: Alcohol Addiction, Liver Failure, Holistic Medicine, Rescue Dogs, & Prisoner Rehabilitation with Zach Skow!

February 4, 2019

#90 The Man Behind The Mutts: Alcohol Addiction, Liver Failure, Holistic Medicine, Rescue Dogs, & Prisoner Rehabilitation with Zach Skow! Zach is the founder of Marley’s Mutts and the Pawsitive Change Prison Program, a Jockey Brand ambassador, pro dog rescuer, father, husband, and person in long-term recovery who has made a phenomenal comeback after being diagnosed with end-stage liver disease secondary to his alcoholism. Zach has been featured on VH1’s Rehab with Dr. Drew and This Life #YOULIVE podcast with Dr. Drew and Bob Forrest, in OPRAH Magazine, People Magazine, The Today Show, Huffington Post, Inside Edition, Fox LA, and many more! Zach shares his inspiring story about how we went from death’s door to thriving in life thanks to his rescue dogs, passion to help society’s “undesirables”, and mission to heal from the inside out. This one is a MUST LISTEN TO!

Learn more about Zach’s work here: https://www.marleysmutts.org and listen to his “This Life #YOULIVE” podcast with Dr. Drew and Bob Forrest https://drdrew.com/2018/youlive-156-marelys-mutts-zach-skow/. Follow him on IG @zachskow @pawsitivechangeprogram.

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