Carrie tells the magazine that her Rat Terrier Ace and mixed breed dog, Penny would be accompanying her on the tour.
“That’s one of the great things about having small dogs. They’re pretty portable. My husband travels a lot, too, with hockey. So the dogs got really used to being on the road with me and they’ve really become Tour Dogs. Everybody loves them and plays with them and people take them out for walks when I’m on stage. They just kind of make life for all of us on tour better.”
When asked if she would advise people looking to get a pet to adopt Carrie said,
“Definitely. Especially since I do have a shelter and I see the volume of animals that come in. I’m all about shelter dogs. People tell me all the time how cute my dogs are, and they’re shelter dogs.”
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Hometowns: Rives Junction/Springport, MI
Current Location: Spring Lake, MI
Fav Foods: Anything from Fortino's in Grand Haven, Toast N' Jams in Muskegon, my wife grew up in Grand Haven & loves Clover Bar Pizza
Things I Hate: DJ's being rude (either on the phone or in person)… All the B-93 jocks try to be very polite!
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Something You Might Not Know About Me: I've been married to my wife Susan for over 24 years. She is a now runs her own business writing grants for non-profits in Michigan. My youngest son, Ben (19), had major brain surgery for seizures in Aug '05. He is completely recovered and is a sophomore at GVSU! My other son, Harry, is 21 wants to be a Naturalist/Vet goes to MCC.
My big life changing experience was a motorcycle accident during the Roofsit in Sept '06. It was humbling to have so many listeners praying for me during my 6 operations. I was off the air for 6 weeks and in a wheelchair for about 5-6 months. Since then I have experienced complete kidney failure and have been on dialysis for 2 years. Spring of 2010 I organized TEAM CONRAD for the National Kidney Foundation of Michigan. Our 1st Kidney Walks did over 100K-- WOW! I was blessed in Jan 2011 with a kidney transplant from listener/donor Kristin O'Leary from Grandville. I have so much to be thankful for... but especially for your thoughts & prayers. Please lookup my TEAM CONRAD group page on Facebook.