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Marc Morrone Born December 0, 1960 (1960-00-00) (age 51) Bronx, New York, USA Marc Morrone (born 1960 in Bronx, New York)[1] is an American animal dealer and breeder and host of The Pet Shop with Marc Morrone for Mag Rack. He also hosted Petkeeping with Marc Morrone, a television program produced by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, which originally ended its run on September 17, 2006, although several stations throughout the country continue to air old episodes to meet their E/I requirements. It is now back in production on the Hallmark Channel.[2][3] He currently lives with his wife and many pets.[4] Contents 1 Background 2 Petkeeping with Marc Morrone 2.1 Pets which have appeared on Petkeeping 3 The Pet Shop with Marc Morrone 4 Thieves rob "Parrots of the World" 5 Marc Morrone Author 6 References 7 External links Background At age four, Morrone adopted his first pet, a parakeet named Jinxie. By age 18, Morrone’s pet collection had outgrown his parent’s house. In 1978, Morrone opened a pet store "Parrots of the World." with his business partner Nick Guerra in Rockville Centre, New York. The store sells hundreds of companion animals each year. Parrots of the World is now a 10,000-square-foot (930 m2) business. Morrone’s television career began as a guest on the News 12 program The Family Pet. In 1995, he started a cable show, Extra Help Pet Show, later renamed Metro Pets. His practice of crowding dozens of animals in a small space on-camera was allegedly born of necessity — Morrone claimed it was needed to keep the animals warm in the unheated television studio. (The bright lights of a typical television studio are in fact very hot, but are compensated by keeping the studio very cool.) The local cable show led to Morrone’s guest appearances with Martha Stewart on her television program Martha Stewart Living, starting in 1997. In 2001, Hearst Entertainment began syndication of The Pet Shop With Marc Morrone. Morrone has been criticized by animal welfare advocates for his promotion of animal purchases from pet shops over adoption from humane societies and other animal rescue organizations. Marc Morrone is not to be confused with Marc A. Morrone, former Fordham University football player (97-00), who resides in Lyndhurst, NJ. Petkeeping with Marc Morrone In 2003, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia gave him a half-hour show, Petkeeping with Marc Morrone. The program is taped on location in his pet store. [1] Morrone was also a frequent contributor to Kids magazine, also published by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, and currently hosts a weekly radio program Petkeeping for Martha Stewart Living Radio, on Sirius Satellite Radio. Pets which have appeared on Petkeeping Adam and Eve, corn snakes Bubbles and Squeak, prairie dogs Chaunticleer, a rooster Dante, a raven Darwin, an African Grey parrot Goofy, a Goffin's Cockatoo Harry, a scarlet macaw Harvey, a Flemish giant rabbit Mel and Seymour Goldstein, guinea pigs Murphy, a mixed breed dog Prunella, an agouti Splash, a ferret The Three Musketeers, four chinchillas, which appear on television three at a time. The Pet Shop with Marc Morrone In March 2006 Morrone was featured on Mag Rack, in the Video On Demand series The Pet Shop with Marc Morrone. The program follows a similar format as Petkeeping, and aims to offer helpful and useful advice on caring for a variety of animals. It also includes appearance by his pets including Harry, a scarlet macaw; Splash, a ferret; and Harvey, a 13-pound Flemish rabbit. Twenty five episodes were developed for the first season, and cover various topics such as alternatives to dogs as pets, housetraining pets, caring for smaller animals, and tips on setting up and maintaining aquariums. Thieves rob "Parrots of the World" On August 15, 2007, robbers broke into Morrone's Parrots of the World store through a back window and stole 45 parrots, including cockatoos, African greys, and a toucan, valued at over $60,000. Morrone expressed concern for the pilfered parrots because they require special food and care and could die if they become overstressed. None of the stolen birds were Morrone's pets that have appeared on television with him, although many of them also live in the store. Marc Morrone Author Author of five books, Ask The Dog Keeper, Ask The Cat Keeper, Ask The Fish Keeper and Ask the Bird Keeper, all published by Bowtie Press 2009, A Man For All Species, a book about the adventures of an animal keeper published by Random House 2010. References This article includes a list of references, related reading or external links, but its sources remain unclear because it lacks inline citations. Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations where appropriate. (August 2009) ^ http://www.newsday.com/lifestyle/columnists/marc-morrone ^ http://www.hallmarkchannel.com/petkeepingwithmarcmorrone/home ^ http://thestarryeye.typepad.com/pets/2011/01/petkeeping-with-marc-morrone.html ^ http://www.newsday.com/lifestyle/columnists/marc-morrone "$58,000 overnight heist at 'Martha' pet guru's Rockville Centre shop (NY Daily News)". New York. August 15, 2007. http://www.nydailynews.com/boroughs/2007/08/15/2007-08-15_dirty_rats_steal_45_exotic_birds-1.html. Retrieved August 15, 2007.  "Marc Morrone's Bio". http://www.petkeeping.com/page.jhtml?type=page-cat&id=cat18609&navLevel=3&navHistory=cat6%2Bcat18638&site=. Retrieved January 14, 2006.  "The Wild World of Pet Retailing." Business Week Online. May 13, 2005. "Talking to Animals, and About Them, on TV." New York Times (Late Edition (East Coast)). December 28, 2003. p. 4. "If Only He Could Talk, Squeak or Squawk to the Animals." New York Times (Late Edition (East Coast)). January 4, 2004. p. 59. Breen, V. The Battle Against 'Puppy Mills' External links Parrots of the World Persondata Name Morrone, Marc Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death