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Vurbl Animals: Stories, Training & Pet Health Listen in with Vurbl animals. Whether you're looking for the best podcasts about dogs or cats or looking to tune and relax to your favorite animal sounds Vurbl has you or your pet and all animal lovers covered with the greatest variety of animal audio out there.
Cool Facts About Animals This is a podcast by and for kids giving you the coolest facts about the coolest animals. We research our episodes carefully, distilling the information into manageable segments, focusing on the things that really make these animals unusual. Thanks for listening!
The DOGgone Truth Podcast Join me, animal naturopath Dr. Kim Bloomer your host, where I don’t whitewash, I just speak the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help me God! It’s natural, it’s raw…it’s the BONE-afide TRUTH!
Nature Just Got Real! Join K.B Carr, author of the Weird and Wacky Planet series, along with a few friends, as they bring you the REAL skinny on what's REALLY going on in the Natural World. Presenting Nature to kids in ways that will empower them!
The Dog Trainer's Quick and Dirty Tips for Teaching and Caring for Your Pet The Dog Trainer wants you and your dog to have a wonderful time together. If you've got a puppy, get simple, sensible pointers for raising her. Rambunctious adolescent? Transform him into a civilized adult. As for the grownups, no dog is too old to learn new tricks — or better manners. The Dog Trainer explains how to get the polite behaviors you want and turn those behaviors into lifelong habits. Whether you're housetraining, teaching your dog to roll over, or wondering how to evaluate a dog walker, The Dog Trainer can help.
Dog Desk Radio Dog Desk Radio the indie animal station connecting people to the natural world. News & reviews, announcements & campaigns, whats on & where to go & a plethora of interviews & conversations with amazing experts from all around the world. So if you are crazy about cats, dotty about dogs, wild about wolves or in love with lions then this is the place to be. So grab a coffee, get comfy & enjoy the ride. And don't forget to subscribe!

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Deep Dive: Endangered Species Enjoy the best wildlife podcasts episodes that talk about some of the most critically endangered species in existence. Listen to experts talk about some of your favorite animals that are on the verge of extinction and learn about ways you can help. Vurbl Animals: Stories, Training & Pet Health
Down and Back: Season 2 In season 2 of Down and Back: Stories From the American Kennel Club Archives, we explored the famed Morris & Essex Kennel Club dog show, the heroic dogs of 9/11, the evolution of an AKC-recognized dog breed, and lots more. Catch up on epsiodes you missed. ‎Down and Back: Dog Stories From the American Kennel Club Archives
Down and Back: Season 1 In season 1 of Down and Back: Stories From the American Kennel Club Archives, we explored the beginnings of Obedience in America, dogs of war, breeds saved from extinction, and plenty more. Catch on on epsiodes you missed. ‎Down and Back: Dog Stories From the American Kennel Club Archives
Best Pet Care Audio On Vurbl Are you an animal lover who’s looking for the top tips on how to care for your pet? Whether you have a furry friend or a reptilian companion, Vurbl has you covered with the best podcasts about animal husbandry, healthcare and more whenever you need them. Tune in now to podcasts like Wag Woof Love, Goat Gab, and Animals Today to learn how to keep your pet(s) happy and healthy! Vurbl Animals: Stories, Training & Pet Health
8 Podcasts That Will Make You A Better Cat Owner Cat lovers may rejoice as never before have there been so many cat-focused podcasts available for your listening pleasure. Forget about laboriously wading through heaps of articles as you search for the best information about raising your cat. Whether you're looking for training and healthcare tips, curious about feline behavior, or seek advice from fellow cat enthusiasts, Vurbl has got you covered with a curated list of podcasts that are sure to make you a better cat owner. Vurbl Animals: Stories, Training & Pet Health
Helpful Podcasts About Training Your Dog Did quarantine inspire you to get a new puppy? Is your dog chasing the Amazon delivery driver? Well, look no further because here at Vurbl we curated a playlist of eight podcasts dedicated to how to train your furry best friend. Featured in this playlist is a selection of helpful episodes from the Oh Behave podcast and The Dog's Way podcast. Good luck with training your four-legged friend! Vurbl Animals: Stories, Training & Pet Health

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How often do I need to bathe my cat or dog? Plus the Python Problem in Florida – Episode 174 How often should I bathe my dog and my cat for that matter?Do you have to bathe my cold blooded pets?Should you keep your tortoise in the fridge during season change?Is there a python problem in Florida? (back in 2008)Rewind back to Sunday 2-24-2008 Hour 2In the episode you will hearJamieBradRoarkWearing Funny Amazing fun pet parent t-shirtshttps://wearingfunny.com/product-category/pets/https://linktr.ee/animaltalkradioAnimal Talk, it’s America’s Pet Show!Jamie [email protected]@AnimalTalkRadioThanks for listening and as always… Have an exotic week and kiss your wild thing for me.Send your pet photos in now and we will add your fur kids to the #PetParade. [email protected]
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How I choose what techniques I use What I am looking for when I work out what techniques to use when training horses; plus: what sighing/ yawning/ licking/ chewing means and the training implications of this; advice for introducing horses to each other; and tips to unfreeze a horse that won’t move inside a trailer.

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Ep. 21 – Don't wait for the barking in Separation training A common mistake is to wait outside the house, and run back in when your dog starts to bark.

Or you may have been told to let your dog howl and cry it out, as you will reinforce the barking if you return mid-flow. So you are there getting upset yourself listening to your dog barking incessantly, waiting for a pause.

In Separation Anxiety training, the bark is too late – your dog is already in a panic.

You need to be watching your dog's more subtle body language and make sure you return long before you hear any noise, so that they learn that they can trust you, and you are also back when they still feel safe.

Listen to this quick episode, and you can read more info on our blog on our webpage https://www.pippinpetsdogtraining.co.uk/top-tips/dont-wait-for-the-barking/

When I work with clients, we learn about your dog's body language, and set you up for success by helping your dog feel safe, and cope for ever longer times at home
Eve from the award winning The Underdogs Training is here to help.
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Ep. 22 Interview with Eve from the Underdogs Training – all about blind dogs and their senses If your dog is born blind, or goes blind during their time with you, don't panic.
Eve from the award winning The Underdogs Training is here to help.
After her own dog turned blind, she decided to set up as a niche trainer to help all owners of blind dogs navigate the (small) adjustments needed so that you can still have a fully enriching time together, and help your dog learn their new normal.
The key advice is that you are not alone.
You don't need to fret over google rabbit holes, as she has lots of tips for owners with dogs that have impaired vision.
From our chat, it is not the end. And actually the adjustments you need to make are less dramatic than you may have realised.
Yes, you will be on more alert out on walks, and your agility career may have to stop, but there is a huge range of other activities that your blind dog can excel in.
Dealing with a blind dog may not have been on your agenda, but your dog is still the same loving dog, and Eve now has 2 blind dogs that have lots of fun and learn new skills and tricks every day.

You can find out more on her website https://theunderdogstraining.com/
And on her regular instagram posts https://www.instagram.com/theunderdogstrainer/
And YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/c/TheUnderdogsTraining

You can watch this episode (and other interviews) on our YouTube channel – https://www.youtube.com/@pippinpets
And go to our website for more dog training, separation anxiety and top tips – https://www.pippinpetsdogtraining.co.uk/podcasts/
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Adrian Archie – petNmind Ep#97 Adrian Archie is the founder of yet another pet franchise company but what is it that makes his vision and brand stand apart from the many others in the crowded pet franchise space?
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Episode 5 Season 3 In this episode we speak with Kendra who is the Director of Development for International Hearing Dogs. Please visit the links below to find out more about International Hearing Dogs and the great impact they have on the community! https://www.hearingdog.org/https://www.instagram.com/intlhearingdog/?hl=enhttps://www.facebook.com/internationalhearingdog/



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Episode 44 – Engaging Your Dog Indoors With the weather beginning to cool off, we need to pivot and find ways to keep our dogs engaged and active when we may not be able to spend as much time outdoors with them.  Today, we talk about some ways to keep your dog in good physical and mental health during cooler weather.Show Notes:  https://www.thepetladyltd.com/episode-44-engaging-your-dog-indoorsSponsors:Dogs CanDo Academy – Dogs CanDohttps://www.facebook.com/dogscandoacademyAre you in need of Pet Care? Are you located in Elmhurst, Villa Park, Lombard or Naperville, IL? If you answered yes, contact The Pet Lady to set up a meet and greet with a professional pet sitter!Looking for Pet PawCast Merchandise? Visit petpawcast.threadless.comIf you have questions you would like to hear answered or ideas for topic you would like Lauren to dive into, email us [email protected] us at www.petpawcast.comFollow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/petpawcastFollow us on Instagram at www.instagram.com/petpawcast (@PetPawCast)
Maneless and Prideless: Kenya's Solitary Lions Amazing Wildlife is highlighting one of San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance's eight areas of conservation focus: the Savanna hub! Hosts Rick and Marco are joined by Shivani Bhalla and Toby Otieno, two members of Ewaso Lions, a Lion conservation project located in northern Kenya. Our guests explain why some male lions in Kenya do not have manes—and live alone, rather than in prides. They also discuss the challenges that lions have been facing over the years, as well as the efforts currently in place to protect this iconic species.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Neighborhood Cats On this week’s all-new episode, Gwen introduces listeners to an AMAZING (and reasonably priced!) skincare line that uses its proceeds to save and care for rescue animals. Later on, Gwen talks to Bryan Kortis, founder and Programs Director for Neighborhood Cats. You definitely don’t want to miss it! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Reader's Block On this week’s all-new episode, Gwen addresses rescue fatigue, option fatigue, and the problem of reader’s block (not writer’s block—reader’s block)! It’s actually a higher-energy and more optimistic episode than it sounds like from this description. Check it out now! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Missing Link w/ Doug Mader Doug Mader is a triple board-certified veterinary specialist and has been a working vet for over 30 years. In his new book, The Vet at Noah's Ark, Doug writes about a year in his life in the 90's, living and working in inner city Los Angeles during the time of the Rodney King riots. Throughout his career, Doug’s work has impacted not only his relationships with animals, but with people as well – including his father, whose world was turned upside down when he got his own dog.For more information about the episode, guest, and featured social media or links: www.dogsavethepeople.com/episodes/doug-mader – If you liked this episode, then please support our Independent podcast production, go to www.buymeacoffee.com/dogpeople to buy us a (virtual) coffee as a one-time donation or recurring monthly membership.
Mermaids Under the Sea The Land of the Mermaids is a magical place found at the bottom of the ocean. There are sandcastles, trees made of coral, and mermaids that play all day riding on seahorses. Let’s find out what happens when a new mermaid comes out of her shell and looks very different than all the other mermaids. Will she be accepted? Children will learn about diversity and celebrate that differences make us all unique and special. Kids will learn about seahorses and what makes this animal so incredible. Did you know that the male seahorse is the only animal species on Earth that carries and delivers the babies? In the song “Male Seahorses Do Amazing Things,” young learners will learn fun facts about seahorses. Songs and stories will engage kids as they learn important life skills about diversity that shares a positive focus that everyone is unique and should be accepted and celebrated. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
072: What’s Trending? The Inside Scoop from Global Pet Expo 2023 What new and exciting things are brands in the pet industry doing right now? What are the “IT” trends happening in real-time?Well, after attending Global Pet Expo, an exclusive annual pet industry trade show that happens in Orlando, Florida, we can definitely speak on this topic!This year’s Global Pet Expo, hosted by the American Pet Products Association (APPA) and Pet Industry Distributors Association (PIDA), was one for the books.The energy, the innovation, the glimpse into the future of the pet industry… we broke it ALL down for you in the episode. You’ll hear about: ? How these brands are bringing fresh excitement to the pet industry and what made it different that they could show that off in person. ? The creativity we saw! Use it as inspiration in your own businesses. ? CONTENT. We were surrounded by so many content opportunities… and you can even steal some ideas for content to create AFTER the show. ? Collaboration! How can partnering with petfluencers and other brands and businesses help your pet business grow? ? And so much more! Whether you attended Global Pet Expo 2023 or not, you’ll walk away with tangible ideas to implement in your own pet business… PLUS, you might even be inspired to attend the next pet industry tradeshow! View TranscriptShow NotesJoin Us Online
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073: Think Like a Pet Intuitive & Discover What Your Customers Want with Liz Murdoch Do you trust your intuition as a pet business owner? You will trust it even more once you master active listening as a skill! Liz Murdoch is an animal communicator who has the conversations with pets that most people would love to have. She receives messages that give pet parents valuable information about their pets’ wants… But she also teaches teams and pet business owners how to actively listen and gather information about their customers. In this episode, you’ll learn:? Exactly what an animal intuitive or animal communicator is, and how you could potentially partner with one in your pet business. ? What a LIVE pet intuitive conversation looks like– as Liz has one with Candace’s dog, Clover! ? How the foundation of Liz’s talent is rooted in listening, and how you can teach your team how to actively listen and better serve your customers. ? The five steps to developing your intuition, so you can stop second guessing yourself and your business decisions! Ready to listen? And we mean really listen. View TranscriptShow NotesJoin Us Online
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35: PH One-on-One with Phil and Roy In this episode, Phil and Roy have a discussion with each other! When we set out with P:H, we initially anticipated having more of these one-on-one conversations, but that’s not exactly how it all panned out. Regardless, we’d like to make these more of a regular part of the podcast. In this one, we each share a bit of our experience so far with the podcast, before diving into some broader critique of some of the issues we see herpetoculture facing. We welcome any and all feedback on this one! Have a listen! And please like, subscribe, and share this episode, if you feel so inclined. To offer direct support to the show, please consider subscribing to our Patreon (https://patreon.com/projectherpetoculture) and have a look at our generous sponsors! SHOW NOTES: https://www.animalsathomenetwork.com/35-phil-roy/ LINKS FROM THE EPISODE: Merch: https://www.projectherp.com/shop Our Sponsors: CHECK OUT Custom Reptile Habitats CLICK HERE Cold Blooded Caffeine (apply the code ‘projectherp’ for 10% off): https://coldbloodedcaffeine.com/?ref=PH Tortoise Supply: https://www.tortoisesupply.com Reptile Rocks: https://www.superuro.com Redline Shipping: https://www.redlineshipping.com Support, Subscribe  & Follow: Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/projectherpetoculture Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@projectherpetoculture4860 Follow P : H on Instagram: @projectherpetoculture Follow Phil on Instagram: @aridsonly Follow Roy on Instagram: @wellspringherp
156: AAH Best Tarantula Species for Reptile Keepers | Tom's Big Spiders I was lucky enough to have recently been a guest on Tom’s Big Spiders podcast with Tom Moran. Nearly 4 years ago, Tom was a guest on my show and he told me if I ever found myself wanting to get into tarantula keeping to reach out to him so we could record a “beginner question” focused episode for his show. The time has finally come, I have recently become fascinated with tarantulas. In this episode, I ask Tom some basic husbandry questions, I lay out some basic characteristics that I am looking for in my first tarantula and Tom recommends some incredible species for folks who already have an exotic animal-keeping background. SHOW NOTES: https://www.animalsathomenetwork.com/156-toms-big-spiders/ LINKS FROM THE EPISODE: CHECK OUT Custom Reptile Habitats HERE https://tomsbigspiders.com/ https://www.youtube.com/@TomsBigSpiders https://www.instagram.com/tomsbigspiders/ https://tomsbigspiderspodcast.com/ Support, Subscribe  & Follow: CHECK OUT Custom Reptile Habitats CLICK HERE SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST NETWORK: SPOTIFY► https://spoti.fi/2UG5NOI Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/animalsathome Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AnimalsatHomeChannel Follow on Instagram: @animalsathomeca
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189: Freshwater Megafish w/ Zeb Hogan! Join Ellen & special guest,  biologist and host of Nat Geo WILD’s TV series “Monster Fish” Zeb Hogan, about the giants lurking in the waters of the world’s rivers and lakes: freshwater megafish. Our guest told us all about how and why fish are able to reach massive sizes, what it’s like to research and work alongside these enormous creatures in their own homes, and how we can help protect and conserve the natural habitats we all rely on to thrive.Links:Check out Zeb's book, "Chasing Giants: In Search of the World's Largest Freshwater Fish"Keep up with Wonders of the Mekong on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube!Follow Just the Zoo of Us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Discord!Follow Ellen on TikTok!
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Episode 35 – Solutions for Ring Stress (Stressed for Success Cont.) Go listen to Episode 33 – Stressed for Success⁠ before you listen to this gem.
Noreen Bennett of PawPrint Trials and I follow up on our Stressed for Success episode not just by providing solutions but also providing creative ways to unravel the uncertainty you may find you and your dog in on your agility journey.
In our first episode about stress, we discussed how to recognize it. Now we cover how to actually combat it by building resilience in our dogs so we aren't just spreading the stress to another area of the ring, much like a pair of Spanx does to our midriff.
Don't be like Spanx, stop moving the stress around, and help recognize and relieve it, we want to help you do that.
To learn more in-depth about the 7 steps to building resilience in our dogs, definitely check out this podcast episode.
Otherwise enjoy the listen and as always, enjoy the journey with your dog.
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Special FEI Dressage World Cup Episode – Dressage Today Podcast Welcome to this special episode of the Dressage Today Podcast sponsored by Vitaflex. In competition, there's a fine line between where you were yesterday, where you are today and where you'll be tomorrow. It's the line we push ourselves to chase — and cross. Vita Flex Pro can help get you there. Our equine nutritionists, veterinarians and scientists are dedicated to developing the best supplements you can give your performance horse. That's our fine line. What's yours?We are coming to you from the CHI Health Center Omaha in Omaha, Nebraska, site of the FEI Dressage World CupTM Final presented by Havensafe Farm. Today Stephanie talks to Karen Pautz, one of the scribes for the Grand Prix Dressage and Grand Prix Freestyle to Music.Listen in!Website: https://dressagetoday.comVideo Subscription Site: https://ondemand.dressagetoday.com/catalogSocial Media Links:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DressageTodayInstagram: @DressageTodayTwitter: @DressageTodayPinterest: @DressageTodayEmail: [email protected]: https://www.vitaflex.com
Riata Buckle Proxy Horses' Potential Impact and Rope Horse Breeding with Melanie Smith – The Score from The Team Roping Journal Sunday, April 9th's Select Online Sales will offer the Relentless Remuda's first set of Show Me The Buckles colts out of the program's proven mares, as well as ICSI aspirations out of their legendary mares like Relentless Glory, HA Jackie The Gypsy and A Gypsy Soul. Melanie Smith—founder of Solo Select—talks to The Score Host Chelsea Shaffer about where the rope horse market is in 2023, and how Select Online Sales can help push the rope horse business forward. The sale comes just days after the Riata Buckle announced its proxy horse program, allowing ropers to compete in the 2023 $2.5-million November event if they can prove they've bred to a Riata stallion in 2023 or own a weanling, yearling, 2- or 3-year-old colt by a Riata stallion. Offering some of the premier weanlings in the industry, Easter's weekend's Select Online Sale might just be the least expensive way for anyone to get a shot at roping at the Riata.
Mary Kitzmiller Horsemanship: Schooling, Warming Up, Showing by Kentucky Performance Products for Apr 7, 2023 – HORSES IN THE MORNING Mary recently attended the Southern Equine Expo and Road To The Horse. Some things that happened at these two events inspired todays conversation. Schooling your horse, warming him or her up for a competition or class, and then showing are equally important. We talk about what can go wrong, and how to make the most of each of these processes.Image Credit: Mary Kitzmiller HorsemanshipToday's Hosts: Mary Kitzmiller and Coach JennTitle Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsFollow Mary Kitzmiller on Facebook, Mary Kitzmiller's StoreThere’s an App for that! Check out the new Horse Radio Network app for iPhone and AndroidFollow Horse Radio Network on Twitter or follow Horses In The Morning on FacebookAdditional support for this podcast provided by Wintec Saddles & Listeners Like You
1469: Dr. Wendy Ying on Arthritis in Horses – Horse Tip Daily Today's tip features Horse Radio Network founder Glenn and Dr. Wendy Ying on the topic of arthritis. Dr. Ying explains how Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine views ubiquitous condition.Host: Coach JennTodays contributor: Dr. Wendy Ying, Horses In The MorningSupport for this episode provided by HRN AuditorsListen to more podcasts for horse people at Horse Radio Network
Equestrian B2B 43: What We Learned From the EQBW Networking Brunch We are talking about the Equestrian Businesswomen Networking Brunch that we just hosted at WEF on March 26th.Equestrian B2B Guests and Links Episode 43:Hosts: Jennifer Wood and Jennifer Connor of EQ BusinesswomenLink: https://www.sproutel.com/explore?wchannelid=02268j6fb4&wmediaid=16t3jepe1xFeatured Image: EQ Businesswomen
Practical Horseman Podcast: FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final II – Practical Horseman Podcast This special episode of the Practical Horseman Podcast, sponsored by Silver Honey, comes to you from the 2023 FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final. Hear from riders at the press conference after the conclusion of Final II.
Dressage 710: The 2023 FEI World Cup Finals in Omaha and a Trainer Tip From Rider Anna Buffini We're chatting with "on-site reporter" Patty Mayer about this year's World Cup Finals in Omaha, Nebraska. Then, we'll hear a trainer tip from one of the competitors, U.S. Dressage Rider Anna Buffini. Listen in…GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 710:Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip ParkesGuest: Patty MayerGuest: Anna Buffini | Anna on FacebookBook Club: The Sport Horse Problem Solver by Eric SmileyUnited States Dressage FederationHRN Merchandise! Find a complete line of screen printed stuff…. and The embroidered merchandise at…Follow Dressage Radio Show on Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on TwitterCheck out this other great show in the HRN family: Wisdom by WESAPlease visit our sponsors, who make all this possible Kentucky Performance Products,
Retired Racehorse Radio: The Horse Husbands Episode, Combating Counter Flexion, Cheers for Six by Kentucky Performance Products Today's show is a treat — guest host Glenn the Geek from Horses in the Morning spearheads this special edition of Horse Husbands where you'll hear from Kristen's husband, Erik Bentley, and Joy's not-yet-husband, Zack Achatz, about what it's like being immersed into a world of retired racehorses (not by choice). We then bring you a training tip and our adoptable horse of the week. Stay tuned!Retired Racehorse Radio Guests and Links Episode 101:Hosts: Joy Hills of The Foodie Equestrian and Kristen Kovatch Bentley of The Horseback WriterImage Credit: Retired Racehorse RadioTitle Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsMedia Partners: The Thoroughbred Makeover and New Vocations Racehorse AdoptionGuest: Erik BentleyGuest: Zack AchatzGuest: Leandra CooperAdoptable Horse of the Week: Cheers for SixAdditional Support Provided by: Cashel Company and Listeners like you!
HITM for April 10, 2023: NRHA Preview, Making Chainmail and EFWP by World Equestrian Center We preview the new monthly reining episode coming on Thursday and we meet one of our Auditors, Charity, who makes her own chainmail for her horse. Plus, Mandee Flanders, host of the The Leadline Podcast, gives us a business tip and we take a look at some Equestrian First World Problems. Listen in…HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3156 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn: producer, Chaos Control Officer.Title Sponsor: World Equestrian CenterFeatured Image: HORSES IN THE MORNINGGuest: ​Mandee FlandersGuest: Auditor CharityLink: World Equestrian Center MagazineLink: Equine Affair Auditor Meet-up DinnerFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by Purina and Listeners Like You!Time Stamps:08:20 – Daily Whinnies17:24 – Monthly NRHA Episode31:00 – Auditor Charity 42:01 – Business Tip49:30 – EFWP
176 by BioStar US: Bit Fitting, Box Turtles, Recovering From The Winter Show Season – Healthy Critters Radio Stephanie Brown Beamer of Horse by Horse talks about bit fitting, the critter of the show is the common box turtle, and in critter nutrition we share information about BioStar's new Chi Tonic. Plus, we ponder over the importance of taking time to recover after a hectic winter show season.Co-Hosts: Tigger Montague from BiostarUS and Pati Pierucci from Pierucci DressageGuest: Stephanie Brown BeamerAsk HedwigBiostar's new Chi TonicLearn more about Whole Food Supplements for your horse and dog’s optimal health at Biostar USFollow Healthy Critters Radio on Facebook
Practical Horseman Podcast: FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final III – Practical Horseman Podcast This special episode of the Practical Horseman Podcast, sponsored by WeatherBeeta, comes to you from the 2023 FEI Jumping World Cup™ Final. Hear from riders at the press conference after the conclusion of final class.
Ep. 83 Family and Cow Horses with Karey Louthan – Horse&Rider's The Ride In this episode Nichole and Devin chat with Karey Louthan, a non-pro rider who competes in reined cow horse events and discuss what it's like having her entire family be part of horse showing and her career in equine insurance. This episode is brought to you by ADM Forage First Patriot Feeds.Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram. We want to hear from you! Email Nichole and Devin at [email protected] if you have any questions or comments.
William Shatner and His Life with Horses – Celebs with Horses William Shatner is first up on Celebs with Horses. Join host Lisa Wysocky as she talks with the iconic actor, author, musician, and horseman––William Shatner. He describes an enthusiastic life-long love and understanding of the horse that you won’t want to miss. Listen in…Celebs with Horses Episode 1:Host: Author Lisa WysockyTitle Sponsor: Cool TitlesGuest: William Shatner
HITM for April 11th, 2023: Endurance: Containing Your Horse at Competitions, Trail Maintenance Volunteers, 1st Time Ride Manager Karen Chaton offers advice on how do you safely contain your horse at a competition. Tami Rogeau, AERC West Region Trails Rep, discusses some of the issues facing our trails in the US, and how volunteers from AERC ranks are filling the gap. Laura Mayes shares her experiences as a first time rider manager for this year's Nevada Derby Ride.HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3157 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek and Karen ChatonImage Credit: Horses in the MorningGuest: Tami Rogeau, AERC Trails Rep for the West RegionGuest: Laura Mayes, Nevada Derby RideLink: AERC Trails ExpertsLink: 2023 AERC Trail Volunteer Hours ReportThere's an App for that! Download the new FREE Horse Radio Network App for iPhone and AndroidFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by: The Distance Depot and Listeners Like You
1470: Lesson Plan for Unmounted Riding Lessons with Michelle Barr – Horse Tip Daily Michelle Barr from Right Lead Equestrian Center in LA shares a simple, yet fun, lesson plan for an unmounted riding lesson.Host: Coach JennTodays contributor: Michelle Barr, Right Lead Equestrian CenterSupport for this episode provided by HRN AuditorsListen to more podcasts for horse people at Horse Radio Network
Heading and Healing: The Greg Ziel Story – The Score from The Team Roping Journal Host Chelsea Shaffer is on the road this week, so G.R. Schiavino, TRJ's managing editor, filled in on The Score by reading her exceptional work, Heading and Healing. It's the story of Greg Ziel—a medically retired police sergeant from Las Vegas, Nevada—who, after battling PTSD, found team roping as his solace. –This episode is presented by Cactus Ropes. The team at Cactus are ranchers, ropers, rodeo contestants and horse enthusiasts who take pride in blending traditional team rope making artistry with technical innovations to produce the industry’s best equipment.Cactus has had many great individuals influence the team rope making process over the years starting with Cactus Jack, Jacky and Rob Stephenson, Joe Mathews, Barry Berg, and Mike Piland. Clay O’Brien Cooper, Jake Long, Chad Masters, Riley Minor, Matt Sherwood, Nick Sartain, Lari Dee Guy, Hope Thompson, Stran Smith along with many other team ropers, breakaway roper, and tie-down ropers have lent their professional expertise time and time again to help the master rope makers at Cactus hone their craft.One of the greatest opportunities for the Cactus crew was the partnership with the GOAT (Greatest of All Time). For the last decade Trevor Brazile, the King of the Cowboys, has been working with Cactus Ropes to design the best feeling head and heel team ropes on the market. Trevor’s Relentless attention to detail coupled with the team rope design team at Cactus resulted in not only the creation the best selling Relentless line of team ropes and calf ropes, but a positive effect on the quality of all Cactus products, from ropes and sports boots to horse blankets.Today many of the original cast of the Cactus start-up are still pushing the yellow and green every day in the rope shop in Pleasanton, TX. Mike Piland is the head of public relations, Barry is the general manager, and Rob is making sure every team rope is perfectly coiled. The Cactus Crew has stuck together for knocking on thirty years now with no signs of slowing down in the future.
Sport Horse 29: Life as a Team Vet at Major Championships Major championships represent the pinnacle of high-performance in sports. But what goes on behind the scenes to ensure athletes are able to perform at their best? In this episode, we speak with former US Team Veterinarian Dr. Tim Ober about the responsibilities of the team vet as well as some helpful tips on preparing for a major competition.Sport Horse Podcast Guests and Links Episode 29:Hosts: Nicole Lakin and Dr. Tim Worden of the Equine High-Performance Sports GroupPodcast Website: Sport Horse PodcastPresenting Sponsor: Equine High Performance Sports GroupGuest: Tim Ober, DVMLink: https://www.uset.org/he-keeps-americas-top-show-jumpers-healthy-and-happy/Link: https://www.veterinarypracticenews.com/going-for-the-gold-meet-the-u-s-jumping-team-vet/
NRHA: Reining 101, An Introduction to the Sport – HORSES IN THE MORNING In this National Reining Horse Association episode, we will meet our co-host Sara Honegger and hear her horse adventure that led her to working for the NRHA. Long time NRHA member and NRHA Futurity Champion Shawn Flarida will join us to talk about what it takes in conformation and attitude to make a good reining horse. Finally, we meet our leader, NRHA President Mark Blake, to get the latest on the direction of the NRHA. Listen in…HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3159 – Show Notes and Links:Link to Sound File for Sight Impaired: Click HereHosts of the NRHA Monthly Episode: Christy Landwehr and Sara Honegger of the NRHATitle Sponsor: National Reining Horse AssociationFeatured Image: Mark Blake and Shawn FlaridaGuest: Mark Blake, President of the NRHA​Guest: Shawn FlaridaTime Stamps:01:04 – Intro Hosts11:08 – Shawn Flarida26:35 – Mark Blake
Creating a Nutrition Plan for the Competition Horse – Ask The Horse Developing a well-rounded and balanced nutrition plan for your competition horse can be challenging. He needs a feed program that meets all his basic nutritional needs while giving him enough energy to keep up with training and showing. Listen in to learn how to determine your horse’s nutritional needs and how to meet them in a safe way.This podcast is brought to you by Purina Animal Nutrition. About the experts: Shannon Pratt-Phillips, PhD, received her Master of Science from the University of Kentucky and her Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Guelph, focusing on equine nutrition and exercise physiology. Pratt-Phillips joined the faculty at North Carolina State University in 2006, where she currently teaches equine nutrition in the Department of Animal Science. She is the director of the Distance Education Animal Science Programs, which includes the Master of Animal Science program, and her field of research focuses on glucose metabolism, insulin resistance, obesity, and laminitis prevention and management in horses.Anna Pesta Dunaway, PhD, is a Nutritionist on the Equine Technical Solutions Team at Purina Animal Nutrition. She is responsible for helping to bring innovative solutions from the research team out to the field. She spends most of her time providing technical consultations and support to the sales team on the East Coast, as well as speaking on equine nutrition at horse owner meetings and professional conferences. Anna earned her BS in Animal Science from Kansas State University and received both her MS and PhD in Animal Nutrition from the University of Nebraska. Her graduate research focused on the use of high fat diets and manipulating the microbial community in the gut. Anna resides in Aiken, SC and is a lifelong equestrian with a special interest in the nutrition and development of the future sport horse.
Live from Day 1 at Equine Affaire, Ohio for April 14, 2023 by Kentucky Performance Products – HORSES IN THE MORNING Glenn and Allison are live from Equine Affaire in Ohio. They bring you interviews with some of the fascinating clinicians, vendors and spectators that are attending this year! Listen in…HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3160 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Allison Rehnborg, Marketing Coordinator for Equine AffaireTitle Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsPhoto: Glenn recording with Auditor Julie StoltzGuest: Auditor Julie StoltzGuest: Nicky Walters with West Virginia Horse NetworkGuest: AJ Miller on Fell PoniesGuest: Wendy Murdoch of the SURE FOOT Equine Stability Program®Guest: Kaleigh Marie of Braveheart BeastsGuest: Renee from the Funky UnicornFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by: Wintec Saddles, and Listeners Like YouTime Stamps05:20 – Julie Stoltz12:00 – Nicky Walters23:25 – AJ Miller34:22 – Wendy Murdoch41:40 – Kaleigh Marie57:13 – Renee from the Funky UnicornSupport The Show:Become a Patreon for bonus content and access to our exclusive auditor community on Facebook!
Equestrian B2B 44: Consulting and Course Creation We have a conversation with Dr. Rachel Mottet about her consulting business and why she created a certification course in her field.Equestrian B2B Guests and Links Episode 44:Hosts: Jennifer Wood and Jennifer Connor of EQ BusinesswomenGuest: Dr. Rachel Mottet | Facebook | InstagramFeatured Image: EQ Businesswomen
Wisdom by WESA 108: Meet WESA’s New President, Scott Tucker WESA’s new President chats about his career and his vision for WESA. Listen in…Guests and Links Episode 108:Hosts: Mike Donnell, Kacee Willbanks Colletti, and Sophia JagellaGuest: Scott TuckerLink: Join us at WESA's new home: the Dallas Market CenterLink: Anderson Bean Mens Cowboy BootsLink: Anderson BeanVisit the WESA Website
Dressage 711: World Cup Review and a New Book for the Book Club, with "Sport Horse Problem Solver" by Eric Smiley Our friend, Patty Mayer, returns with another World Cup review. Then, we have a new book for review, "Sport Horse Problem Solver" by Eric Smiley. Then, Reese and Phil will share a Trainer Tip about using the full scale of intensity when working with your aids. Listen in…GUESTS AND LINKS DRESSAGE EPISODE 711:Co-Hosts: Reese Koffler-Stanfield and Philip ParkesGuest: Patty MayerGuest: Eric SmileyBook Club: The Sport Horse Problem Solver by Eric SmileyUnited States Dressage FederationHRN Merchandise! Find a complete line of screen printed stuff….andThe embroidered merchandise at…Follow Dressage Radio Show on Facebook, and follow Horse Radio Network on TwitterCheck out this other great show in the HRN family: Horsemanship RadioPlease visit our sponsors, who make all this possible Kentucky Performance Products,
HITM for April 5, 2023: Italian Adventures, Acupuncture and Weird News by State Line Tack Jamie is back to tell us how Italy was and in our Daily Dose Health Tip Dr. Carole Holland talks about using alternative therapies such as acupuncture and chiropractic during the competition season. Plus, some weird news, listen in….HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3158 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn: producer, Chaos Control Officer.Title Sponsor: State Line TackFeatured Image: Horse Radio NetworkGuest: Dr. Carole HollandLink: Register to win a Wintec SaddleLink: Horselovers Cruise 2024Link: Equine Affair Auditor Meet-up DinnerThere's an App for that! Download the new FREE Horse Radio Network App for iPhone and AndroidFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by Listeners Like You!Time Stamps:03:30 – Daily Whinnies08:00 – Jamie's Italy Trip27:38 – Horse Health41:50 – EFWP
BONUS: The USTRC Did WHAT?!—with Dru Stew – The Breakaway Breakdown Yeah….we were shocked too. The USTRC just announced there will be $10,000 added to the Open at the Total Feeds National Breakaway Championships, plus a slew of prizes and classes for 19 & Under, 15 & Under and 12 & Under athletes. Dru Stew breaks down everything you need to know about the event.Dru and host Casey Allen also discuss what it could take to grow the amateur base of breakaway roping in the future and take a quick look back at where ropers have been. Entry information: USTRC Office- 505-599-1870www.ustrc.com This episode is brought to you by BreakawayRoping.com, who will be your home to watch the USTRC breakaway roping action live (and in their archives after). To stay up-to-date on timely information about this event and others, check out www.BreakawayRopingJournal.com today.
Live from Day 2 at Equine Affaire, Ohio for April 15, 2023 – HORSES IN THE MORNING Glenn and Allison are live from Equine Affaire in Ohio, Day 2. They bring you interviews with some of the fascinating clinicians, vendors and spectators that are attending this year! Listen in…HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3161 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Allison Rehnborg, Marketing Coordinator for Equine AffaireTitle Sponsor: Equine AffaireGuest: Sky Epperson with the Mustang Adoption Academy & Massage Therapist, Annamaria Sims, at Strengthen the Saddle Equine Massage ServiceGuest: Kristine Dvonch of Horses Haven in MichiganGuest: Lauren Lynam from Diamond D CowgirlsGuest: Lynn Thomas of Seen Through HorsesGuest: Crystal Cross Equine SleeveGuest: Ifa from the Equestrian Fitness AcademyFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by: Wintec Saddles, and Listeners Like YouTime Stamps:05:23 – Sky Epperson and Annamaria Sims12:22 – Kristine Dvonch 17:50 – Lauren Lynam23:35 – Lynn Thomas33:22 – Crystal Cross40:00 – Ifa Support The Show:Become a Patreon for bonus content and access to our exclusive auditor community on Facebook!
Training Buzz: Isabell Werth Qualities of a Young Horse for Grand Prix – Dressage Today Podcast This Training Buzz is sponsored by Cosequin. Cosequin® ASU Joint & Hoof Pellets contain quality ingredients to support joint and hoof health and leave out the fillers, molasses and alfalfa — all while delivering the taste horses love. The colors of our ingredients shine through for a difference you can see. Visit cosequinequine.com.Today we hear from Germany's Isabell Werth from a clinic given at the 2017 World Cup Final. Isabell talks about the training and movements appropriate for a young horse headed for Grand Prix. She explains that riders should look for a horse with three good gaits and no weaknesses in those gaits. They must have a good mind, a willingness to work, elasticity and freedom in the shoulder. With this horse, they start in walk, and she asks the rider to help the horse maintain the rhythm of the walk even through the corners. As they move to the trot, Isabell points out that swing is needed, and that each horse will need to be worked according to their age and level.Members of Dressage Today OnDemand can watch the full video here:https://ondemand.dressagetoday.com/programs/werth-2017-world-cup-dressage-showcaseTo watch more with Werth and many other respected professionals, sign up for a free 10-day trial with subscription. Enter DTPODCAST at checkout to save 15%.Website: https://dressagetoday.comVideo Subscription Site: https://ondemand.dressagetoday.com/catalogSocial Media Links:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DressageTodayInstagram: @DressageTodayTwitter: @DressageTodayPinterest: @DressageTodayEmail: [email protected]: https://www.cosequin.com/horses/
Horsemanship 229 by HandsOnGloves: Horse Training When to Push On, When to Back Off & Working Equitation – Horsemanship Radio Monty Roberts joins us to answer the question about training: when is too much, too much? And Nicole Chastain Price sits down with Debbie to give us great insights on the sport of Working Equitation, a discipline that tests the horse and rider's partnership and ability to maneuver obstacles. There was so much good information, episode 230 will contain Part 2! Listen in… Show Host: Debbie LoucksTitle Sponsor: HandsOn Gloves, All-In-One Shedding/Bathing/Grooming GlovesPhotos used with permissionGuest: Nicole Chastain Guest: Monty RobertsFor tips on Good Horsemanship: Ask MontyLearn more about Good Horsemanship at Monty Roberts EQUUS Online University Monty's CalendarPlease follow Monty Roberts on FacebookFollow Monty Roberts on Twitter or on InstagramSee more at: MontyRoberts.comHear all the shows on the Horse Radio Network
Day 3 Live from Equine Affaire for April 16, 2023 – HORSES IN THE MORNING Glenn and Allison bring you Day 3 from Equine Affaire in Ohio. They bring you interviews with some of the fascinating clinicians, vendors and spectators that are attending this year! Guests include: Trudy Midas from Espana Silk, Carl Bledsoe, Ashley and Emily of the United Horse Coalition, Jason and Bronwyn Irwin, Ava from Hunter’s Run Pony Club, x Auditor Carey. Listen in…HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3162 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Allison Rehnborg, Marketing Coordinator for Equine AffaireTitle Sponsor: Equine AffaireGuest: Trudy Midas, Espana Silk Guest: Carl BledsoeGuest: Ashley and Emily of the United Horse CoalitionGuest: Jason and Bronwyn IrwinGuest: Ava from Hunter’s Run Pony Club Guest: Auditor Carey MillerFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by: Wintec Saddles, and Listeners Like YouTime Stamps:05:42 – Trudy Midas, Espana Silk 17:27 – Carl Bledsoe27:44 – Ashley and Emily of the United Horse Coalition34:58 – Jason and Bronwyn Irwin52:51 – Ava from Hunter’s Run Pony Club 58:21 – Auditor Carey MillerSupport The Show:Become a Patreon for bonus content and access to our exclusive auditor community on Facebook!
HITM for April 17th, 2023: Saving Beebe Ranch, What's a Walkaloosa? by World Equestrian Center Heather Richards brings us up to date on the efforts to save Beebe Ranch, home of Misty of Chincoteague, and Sara Lareau provides our breed highlight – the curiously named Walkaloosa.HORSES IN THE MORNING Episode 3163 – Show Notes and Links:The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek: co-host, executive in charge of comic relief, Jamie Jennings: co-host, director of wacky equestrian adventures, Coach Jenn: producer, Chaos Control Officer.Title Sponsor: World Equestrian CenterFeatured Image: Tara Tibbetts, DSC PhotographyGuest Co-Host: Lisa WysockyGuest: Heather RichardsGuest: Sara Lareau​Link: World Equestrian Center MagazineLink: Save the Beebe Ranch, Misty of ChincoteagueFollow Horse Radio Network on TwitterAdditional support for this podcast provided by Purina and Listeners Like You!Time Stamps:04:16 – Daily Whinnies16:08 – Guest Heather Richards27:29 – Guest Sara Lareau39:13 – EFWP
From the Pitzer Ranch to the Roping Pen: Insights from Jim Brinkman – The Score from The Team Roping Journal Jim Brinkman, the manager of the Pitzer Ranch in Ericson, Nebraska, has been with the legendary ranch his entire life, and he's played an instrumental role in the ranch's success in the team roping world. He's a seasoned horseman and roper himself and has been involved in every aspect of the ranch's operation, from breeding and raising horses to training and competing on them.In this episode, Brinkman shares his insights on the Pitzer Ranch's history, its breeding program and its focus on producing top-quality performance horses for the team roping and ranch rodeo markets. He also talks about his personal journey in the team roping world and his experiences working with some of the top ropers and trainers in the industry—and how stallion incentives like the Riata Buckle and Royal Crown are reshaping the rope horse game on the heels of the American Rope Horse Futurity Association's explosive growth. In addition to his role at the Pitzer Ranch, Jim is also promoting the upcoming Pitzer Ranch Spring Sale, which is set to take place on April 22. He gives us a sneak peek into what buyers can expect at the sale and highlights some of the standout horses that will be offered.Whether you're a team roper, a rancher or just a horse lover, this episode is sure to provide valuable insights and inspiration. So tune in to The Team Roping Journal's The Score Podcast and join us for a conversation with Jim Brinkman of the Pitzer Ranch.—This episode is presented by 5 Star Equine Products. 5 Star’s exclusive wool, quality and craftsmanship has set the standard in the equine industry. 5 Star’s durability has been proven in the arena, on the ranch, and on the trail. Custom designs and styles to fit even the toughest of backlines, 5Star has a pad for your horse. And, best of all, all 5 Star Equine products are handcrafted in the USA! Let us take the worry out of keeping your horse comfortable, while you enjoy the ride. Customize your pad at 5StarEquine.com
CHA: Side Pass vs. Leg Yield, Successive Approximation for Riding Instructors for Apr 18, 2023 – HORSES IN THE MORNING We learn about the world’s first smart halter with Protequus founder Jeffrey R. Schab, CHA Master Horseman Marla Foreman explains successive approximation in teaching and Val McCloskey clears up the leg yield or side pass confusion.The HORSES IN THE MORNING Crew: Glenn the Geek, Christy Landwehr, Coach Jenn.Sponsored by Certified Horsemanship AssociationSponsor: Protequus, NightwatchGuest: Jeffrey Schab, Protequus CEOGuest: Marla Foreman, Marla Foreman FacebookGuest: Val McCloskey, pictured, Whisper Wind Equestrian CentreSong: Kasey SmithCHA Changes Lives Through Safe Experiences With HorsesFollow Horse Radio Network on Twitter or follow Horses In The Morning on FacebookAdditional support for this podcast provided by Listeners Like You
The Horse Husbands Episode, Combating Counter Flexion, Cheers for Six by Kentucky Performance Products Today's show is a treat — guest host Glenn the Geek from Horses in the Morning spearheads this special edition of Horse Husbands where you'll hear from Kristen's husband, Erik Bentley, and Joy's not-yet-husband, Zack Achatz, about what it's like being immersed into a world of retired racehorses (not by choice). We then bring you a training tip and our adoptable horse of the week. Stay tuned!Retired Racehorse Radio Guests and Links Episode 101:Hosts: Joy Hills of The Foodie Equestrian and Kristen Kovatch Bentley of The Horseback WriterImage Credit: Retired Racehorse RadioTitle Sponsor: Kentucky Performance ProductsMedia Partners: The Thoroughbred Makeover and New Vocations Racehorse AdoptionGuest: Erik BentleyGuest: Zack AchatzGuest: Leandra CooperAdoptable Horse of the Week: Cheers for SixAdditional Support Provided by: Cashel Company and Listeners like you!
Skills, Routines, and Management and how they all work together Season 4 – Ep 20 There are 3 ways to train dogs and they are all important but two of them rarely get explained well to clients (I will try and hopefully succeed…) The obvious ones are the skills or toolbox of training commands and cues, the others are the management we use to stop the practice of unwanted behaviors, and lastly, routines which can make training easier on you from a time perspective and allow for the training to be more consistent. Hopefully, after listening to this you can institute a few tweaks here and there and make training easier on not only you but your dog as well!Mike Deathe owns Keep it Simple Stupid (K.I.S.S.) Dog training. We can be reached through comments here, Facebook https://www.facebook.com/kissdogtraining. LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikedeathe/, Instagram https://www.instagram.com/mikedeathekissdogtraining/. And of course at our website https://kissdogtraining.com/
Episode 21 : New Medication for Cats (Solensia) Dr. B installs his first episode in 2023 with an update on the new clinic locations, including Wellesley and Charlestown, and does a deep dive into Solensia, a medication recently approved in the US.
181. GUEST EPISODE! Sandy Sallee- Montana Mule Woman, Cowgirl Poet, Outfitter, and so much more! Sandy is absolutely amazing! In this episode we talk all about Sandy and her life with mules. From growing up in Yellowstone to becoming one of the most successful Outfitters in Montana, Sandy has lived a life that most of us only dream of. I doubt you’ll want to miss this episode!
182. Arizona Clinic Tour Debrief We had a blast in Arizona this year! In this episode I'll talk about highlights from 4 different clinics as well as Boyd Ranch Mule Days!
183. GUEST EPISODE! Science Based Horsemanship With West Taylor West has an incredible story and I have had a ton of respect for him and his horsemanship over the years. I’m happy to share this conversation with you and I hope you enjoy our chat!
Sarah Crosier Piper speaks with Sarah Crosier about the equestrian program at the University of Vermont.Guest: Sarah Crosier a senior at the University of Vermont, majoring in Public Health Sciences with a minor in Animal Science. Sarah is also the Barn Manager and member of the UVM Horse Barn Co-operative.
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Full Episode: Debunking the WORST ADVICE given to dog owners In this episode of the Dog Friendly KW podcast, Justine and Mackenzie debunk the worst dog advice they're received and correct the record so that you don't fall for bad pup-raising opinons.
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How to Engage Your Corgi: Enrichment Games for Your Dog Is your dog bored? Have a hard time managing work, home, and all the other responsibilities as a human while keeping your dog active and engaged? Jocelyn Walls from Muttineer Dog Training joins us to talk about ways to keep your pup occupied and provide interaction to help alleviate destruction, boredom and depression for your pet.

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Pup Talk The Podcast: Bonus Episode – The impact of walking some dogs less #dontwalkyourdogday was Sunday 2nd April. This is a bonus podcast episode on the impact of the day and some of the feedback I had in the run up to it. Pup Talk The Pack membership sign-up page https://pup-talk.mykajabi.com/the-pack Use the code THEBOOK1 at checkout.   https://www.tiktok.com/@nofussfill/video/7217466489752784134?lang=en   https://www.forestcanine.co.uk/post/9-reasons-not-to-walk-your-dog
Pup Talk The Podcast Episode 96: Consent and cooperative care part 2 How do you start to work on consent from your dog for cooperative care? Dr Natalie Rogers starts explaining HOW to start and trouble shooting tips. If you haven't listed to episode 95, on what consent is and why its important, you may want to listen to that first.  Cooperative care in action – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0nfwmkUf-0 https://k9concepts.com.au/ www.facebook.com/groups/puptalk/
Safer and Happier Lives in Lancaster with Jennifer King: Episode 87 In this episode, Ben & Jeff speak with Jennifer King, a full-time Service Dog Ambassador for UDS, to discuss her journey with the organization. Jennifer began as a volunteer in April 2017 and was later hired as the administration assistant to the program. We'll learn about her role as an ambassador and the importance of spreading awareness about the program. Jennifer also shares her personal experience caring for her ambassador dog, Nova.Tune in or watch to hear Jennifer's inspiring story and the impact of UDS on the community.About UDS Foundation: UDS Foundation is a Lancaster, PA-based organization whose mission is to improve the lives of people with physical and age-related disabilities. UDS Foundation accomplishes that by providing a variety of home- and community-based services to help people with disabilities enjoy safer, happier, and more independent lives in the comfort of their homes. Incorporated in 1970, UDS Foundation has evolved from a small organization to a company providing a network of 12 different programs through several nonprofit and for-profit entities. UDS Foundation serves individuals with disabilities, including the aging and veterans, throughout Pennsylvania and coordinates a network of business partners and satellite offices in multiple counties.
Mentoring Lancaster Businesses with Margot Hoerner and Andrew Lally: Episode 88 In this episode, Ben & Jeff welcomes Margot Hoerner from SCORE, which is the nation’s largest network of volunteers and expert business mentors helping small businesses achieve their business dreams and goals. Since 1964, they have provided education and mentorship to more than 11 million entrepreneurs.SCORE has a local chapter in Lancaster-Lebanon providing mentoring and educational opportunities to businesses. They also have their annual Small Business Awards coming up to recognize a few winners. Margot Hoerner retired from a 35 year career as a sales, marketing and HR Executive at Procter and Gamble. Volunteering with SCORE has provided a forum to give back to the community and help small businesses looking for mentoring and coaching. Dr. Andrew Lally is a golf obsessed Physical Therapist, and Founder of inJoy Golf. Andrew's passion for golf has always been rooted in family bonds, friendship, and competition. Things that he credits in adding an immense amount of joy into his life. When looking for a career pivot, and more of that joy in his life, he leaned into those experiences and founded the aptly named "inJoy Golf".InJoy Golf is Lancaster's premier indoor golf venue where customers can play a variety of games and courses on industry leading Trackman simulators, take a lesson with their in house instructor, or take advantage of expert level golf specific physical training and rehab services, directed by Dr. Lally himself.  InJoy has been open since November of 2021 and hosts leagues, corporate events, birthday parties, and many other group events. What Andrew is most proud of though, is the new friendships, and golf community that continues to grow at inJoy.
Preserving Lancaster's Outdoors with Dawn Rise Ekdahl: Episode 89 In this episode, Ben & Jeff will be joined by Dawn, the Executive Director at Historic Poole Forge in Churchtown, Lancaster County. After completing her undergraduate degree in Behavioral Psychology and French at Stetson University, she joined the Peace Corps and spent three years working in Zaire and the Central African Republic, traveling through West Africa before returning to the US for graduate school. Dawn received her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Biological Anthropology/Wildlife Conservation from Rutgers University, where she directed a long-term primate research project in Kenya while teaching and conducting research. Dawn shares her experiences working in her current role as Executive Director at Historic Poole Forge, where she focuses on preserving the rich history of the region and improving the watershed and riparian habitat for the park's flora and fauna. She is also passionate about educating children in nature and ecology and promoting outdoor recreation. Listen in as Ben & Jeff learn about Dawn’s dedication to conservation and education and more about Historic Poole Forge.About Historic Poole Forge: Historic Poole Forge is a 26-acre site with a preserved historic Ironmaster’s mansion, children’s playground, picnic pavilion, ball field, Nature Trail, Riparian Buffers, wildflower meadows, many beautiful gardens and a covered bridge along the Conestoga River in Eastern Lancaster County. We currently host a wide range of free public events, recreational and educational experiences. We restored our 1770’s Ironmaster’s mansion that serves as a heritage/community center and also a venue for private and public celebrations. We have also expanded our environmental and educational programs and opportunities for both children and adults while continuing our preservation of the Conestoga Creek, historic iron forge and grounds.
The Way Lancaster Moves with Dawn Cox: Episode 90 In this episode, Ben & Jeff welcomes Dawn Cox who is a PT, MSPT, and CFMT. Dawn is a late bloomer by most physical therapist standards as she found herself in PT school at the age of thirty. In an effort to then be on the fast-track immediately after graduating, she signed up for her first functional manual therapy™ course with the Institute of Physical Art (IPA) in 2001 at the recommendation of a respected mentor. She was blown away at the specificity and efficiency the IPA philosophy provided and quickly registered for as many physical therapy continuing education courses as her schedule would allow while working two jobs. Dawn and her family then moved to Lancaster, PA to be closer to family. Although a challenging transition at first, Dawn realized that she was bringing a new approach to treatment to the area with her functional manual therapy techniques in her “tool bag.” Doctors and other members of the community were quick to recognize the differences from traditional physical therapy. This gave her the drive to continue her education by achieving her certification in Functional Manual Therapy™ (CFMT™) in which she passed with distinction. She is only one of only several physical therapists in Pennsylvania with this qualification. And now, she is thrilled to bring her “physical art” to Prana Functional Manual Therapy as owner. Dawn is active in the downtown Lancaster community including serving in the past as a James Street Improvement District board member and a member of the Executive Leadership Team for Marketing for the Lancaster City Alliance. In early 2011, she was recognized by SCORE Lancaster with an award for excellence in business development. And shortly after she was recognized by Fig as a leader in the healthcare industry in Lancaster. She also gives regular seminars at local businesses and organizations on movement health and wellness and jokes about being known on the street as the “chief of the posture police.” She will give postural tips to anyone who listens! This has sparked another business based on preventative physical therapy through a video curriculum and on-site PT sessions called Myokind.
Creature Comforts | Insects Our guest today, Audrey Harrison, is an Entomologist that studies the insects around us, and how they're helpful in our everyday lives. Today we're going to talk about the insects making their spring appearance, monarch butterflies and mosquitos. As always, Dr. Troy Majure, DVM, with the Animal Medical Center and Libby Hartfield, Retired Director of the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, is here if you have any concerns about your furry friends or general wildlife experiences. Email the show: [email protected]. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Make the Most of Your Veterinary Career (While Maybe Still Getting Peed On!) featuring Dr. Mike Bugg If you've ever wondered what the heck you're doing here in vetmed, then this episode is for you. We get to dive deep with veterinarian and author, Dr. Mike Bugg, about his new book, You're Gonna Get Peed On:  How Veterinarians Can Keep Their Dream Job From Becoming a Nightmare While Working Less and Earning More. I can't recommend it highly enough – so make sure to check it out and don't miss the awesome bundle of goodies that he is giving away on The Veterinary Project website until the end of April!…About Michael Bugg, DVMDr. Michael Bugg is a full-time real estate investor and veterinarian with over a decade of clinical experience in veterinary medicine. After graduating from the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008, he practiced as a mixed-animal veterinarian before shifting to a small-animal general practice.Like many of his colleagues, Michael struggled with the unique demands of veterinary clinical practice. Overwhelmed and burned-out, he often felt as if his career was spiraling into a nightmare. He struggled to get ahead financially despite the long hours he spent at the clinic. His entire life was impacted by his career stress—so much so that his wife gave him the moniker Miserable Mike. This, along with working amid the early 2000’s financial crisis and witnessing once-retired veterinarians picking up shifts, motivated Michael to take back control of his life.In 2012, Michael and his wife, Rosalie, began building their real estate portfolio while working in their respective careers. Eventually, this real estate portfolio allowed Michael to cut back his veterinary hours to part time. In 2018, he decided to take the leap into real estate investing full-time and explore new ways to be a part of the veterinary community.Michael believes that the greatest way veterinarians can combat burnout is by taking charge of their personal finances and aligning every aspect of their lives with their veterinary vision. He is the cofounder and cohost of The Veterinary Project podcast, which aims to help other veterinarians thrive in their careers and intentionally design more joyful, fulfilling lives.Michael lives with his wife, Rosalie, daughter, Riley, and son, Ethan, in Saskatoon,Saskatchewan, Canada.Learn more at his website, The Veterinary Project or follow him on Instagram!…Resources that we mentioned or used in this episode:You're Gonna Get Peed On by Dr. Michael BuggThe 5 Minute Journal from Intelligent ChangeThe Miracle Morning by Hal ElrodSet Boundaries, Find Peace by Nedra TawaabConnect with Stacey or find more from The Whole Veterinarian!www.thewholeveterinarian.comIG @thewholeveterinarianListen on your favorite podcast player hereThank you for your time and support!
Episode No. 104: "If It's Noon on the Moon, I must be hungry." The Old Dogs ramble about how the world might get along by taking a tip from scientists. We weigh the merits of the tiny apartment fad. We wonder what time it is on the moon. We expose how Chinese male models are showing up in ladies' underwear. And we report on how an innocent gift resulted in a fish invasion in Japan.  The Old Dogs Conversation is with Nanette Florian. She was a singer with the New Christy Minstrels. When she lost her hearing she thought her days of enjoying music were over. But advances in hearing technology and her own careful observation have led to a new way for the hearing impaired to listen to music.
Ep182 Science Based Training This week we're talking about science-based training. What does that mean? Why is there a controversy and what do you need to know? You'll get my take on that this week. CreatingGreatGroomingDogs.com Ep182 What Does Science Based Dog Training Mean  === [00:00:00] Chrissy: . Episode 180 2 of the show this week we're talking about science-based training. What does that mean? Why is there a controversy and what do you need to know? [00:00:09] You'll get my take on that this week. This is the Creating Great Grooming Dog Show. I'm Chrissy Neumyer Smith. I'm a certified professional groomer, a certified behavior consultant for Canines, a certified professional dog trainer, the owner of Happy Critters in Nashua, New Hampshire, and an instructor at Whole Pet Grooming Academy. And this, my friends and colleagues, is the show we're grooming and training meet. [00:00:31] Science-based dog training. So there's a big debate out there because there are two warring factions in the dog training world. And each of them thinks that they're doing science-based dog training. And I'm gonna tell you, my humble opinion is that they are both correct. They both are. [00:00:50] But it has become this marketing tool. So I want you to thoroughly understand it. I want you to understand why it's a term that's being used and what it really means. I will say that I am definitely further on one side of that debate. If you are kind of new to the show, you might not know, but there are, , balanced trainers, trainers who feel that rewards and punishments as long as it, we get the job done and safely, rewards and punishments are all fair game. [00:01:20] And then there are the positive reinforcement trainers who think that punishments should be avoided. I'm far more leaning toward that side. But that doesn't mean that I'm not open-minded. , in fact, I am what's called a crossover trainer, which means that I started off with a lot of punishment based kind of training, and then over time started incorporating more positive reinforcement type training. [00:01:44] So I've done both, and I can tell you that. There are plenty of wonderful caring dog trainers out there working in both angles. All right, so first of all, this is a safe space. My show is always gonna be a safe space. I'm not here to judge anybody, [00:02:00] but I wanna present you with some information. Now, when I say that I am far more leaning toward positive reinforcement, , a lot of the positive reinforcement camp, talks a lot about science-based dog training. [00:02:13] And they do use a lot of science, but so does the balance trainer camp also. So the science part comes in because the purpose of us doing our training is to try to figure out, why the dog is having a problem. The why. Okay. This is where we break away from. , he does something and I just leash. Correct. [00:02:38] A good trainer is not doing that. They don't just go. I don't know. He did something. So I'm just gonna do a leash correction and a stern no. , the science-based part is about separating ourselves from the emotions of punishments and rewards, separating ourselves from the emotions of all of that, and instead thinking about what do we see with this dog? [00:03:00] Why is this dog behaving this way? Why is this happening? What can we do to help this dog be better? Now, that's a different point of view than what many of us were taught long ago when I first started. Back in the eighties, it was choke collars and prong collars. I was lucky enough to be around a bunch of adults cuz I was 14, um, to be around a bunch of adults who were super into continuing ed. [00:03:27] So even though we were using a lot of those things, there was always this open-mindedness about like, woo, how did they do that? Wow, that's neat. How will that work? Can we try that too? But it's not just about taking every idea that comes down the pike, okay? There are some crazy ideas out there. [00:03:44] There's some really outdated stuff. , but that doesn't mean that any one group of dog trainers has cornered the market on science-based dog training, okay? It's really important for us all to understand that if [00:04:00] someone does something that's a punish, And they do it once and the dog never does that again. [00:04:06] They have used science-based dog training. It might not be the way I would have done it, or maybe not the way that you would have done it, but it is scientifically sound. , so we need to break away from the idea that one is right and one is wrong. That's really important. As a crossover trainer, I think it's really important and I'd like to see more crossover groomers. [00:04:31] Let's make that a term. I'm a crossover groomer because many of us as groomers, and I think if you're not a groomer, you might not know this. Many of us as groomers, we're
Plaid.0 Episode 4- Carleton Brooks, Gabriela Pattison & Geoff Case Host: Piper Klemm, publisher of The Plaid HorseGuest: Carleton BrooksGuest: Gabriela PattisonGuest: Geoff Case
Cat Cafes: What are they, and why they're great to visit! Hello, and welcome back to Cool and Crazy Cats this week! In this week’s episode of Cats: Past, Present, and Future, you will learn about cat cafes and what to do when visiting one. Press play to learn more about cats today! Meow!
Walking the Line With Dr. Kirt Schnipke This week Laura and Cameron sit down with Dr. Kirt Schnipke as we discuss linebreeding! We visit all things on not only how to line breed, but how to do it well.

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Tracklist:
01. VIGI – Loving You – Ravanelli Disco Club
02. Little Thoughts, Elma Sax – Dachshund Lounge – Dachshund Records
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#DHC182 – Mixed By Groove Govnor @GrooveGovnor returns on #DHC182 with a special 2 hour funky and dubby deep house set for your listening pleasure.

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Tracklist:
01. VIGI – Loving You – Ravanelli Disco Club
02. Little Thoughts, Elma Sax – Dachshund Lounge – Dachshund Records
03. Scruscru, Jehan, Meowsn – Classique – Deeppa Records
04. Finest Wear, Jon Delerious – Restriction – Nordic Trax
05. Jason Hersco – Images – Apparel Music
06. Treebal – Tease Me – Gruv Shack Records
07. G-Nice – Let's Take A Drive – Rewind Ltd
08. Pigsie – Ice (Lucky Sun Remix) – Lucky Sun Recordings
09. Si Tew, Georgia Copeland – UIHIA (Mist Works Remix) – Atjazz Records Company
10. Lurda Jam, beatsbyhand – Jam Sounds – Bosman Records
11. AndileAndy – Wake Up Darling – Candid Beings Records
12. Jazzuelle – Forever – Basement Art
13. Thabang Baloyi – I Love Life – Just Move Records
14. BisoDeep – Imagination (Snyman Deep RSA Dub Mix) – Juyful Music Records (Pty) Ltd
15. Trust SA – Stolen Goods – Silhoutte Sounds
16. Rythmic SA, Dav Risen – About Somebody – The Musical Bible
17. Tebza De Soul – Deep Within – Stay True Sounds
18. Prince Ivyson – Ger Loose – Closer To Truth
19. Bones, Jade Nickets – Cool and Stuff – Round Robin Recordings
20. Nakiso – Feel Haven – Only Make Waves

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EBD256 Why Understanding Your Dog's Personality Traits Matters In this episode, Kathy leads a discussion about your dog’s personality traits, how that relates to their behavior, and why this matters. This deeper understanding of your dog's personality will foster a stronger bond and create a more cooperative environment between you and your dog.   By looking into the "shadow traits" that may be the hidden drivers of your dog’s more challenging behaviors, dog moms can gain a better sense of how to better communicate with their pup.    To help dog moms reframe their dog’s behavior and traits, Kathy shares the special superpower traits each dog has that could be nurtured with the right understanding. These superpower traits include Organizers having the superpower of persistence, Sages the superpower of curiosity, and Explorers the superpower of driven.    By better understanding and nurturing these traits, dogs can become more cooperative and patient, and dog moms will be able to see their dogs for the clever, intelligent, adventurous, strong and powerful dogs that really are underneath that difficult behavior!    Ultimately, with this deeper understanding of your dog’s personality traits, a better connection and trust will develop, and a cooperative and brilliant life can be shared together.   Key Takeaways: Dogs communicate through their behavior and it is important for humans to look below the surface. Understanding a dog’s personality traits can open up communication and provide insight. Nurturing and understanding can lead to dogs being more cooperative and connected. Unlock your dog’s unique characteristics with The Ultimate Guide to Understanding Your Dog’s Personality Traits, Sensitivities, Superpowers, Exercise and Sleep Needs   Quotes:   “Getting curious about our dog’s behavior is a great launchpad to a deeper understanding so that we can break free of the spiral of doubt, difficulty, and disconnection that so often occurs.”   “Even when your dog is barking like mad, or pulling you hard, or running away when you call … or jumping or mouthing or growling … it's important to remember that they're communicating that there's something going on under the surface, and that's the only way they have in that moment to to communicate how they feel.”   “When we look under the surface for understanding the root causes of our dog's behavior, it's good to start with taking a look at their personality traits,  so that we can open softer, kinder, and easier communication and cooperation with our dog.”
059 Honeybees In recent years, veterinarians have become more involved in the health and welfare of honeybees as the result of changes in how antibiotics are regulated. In this episode, Dr. Brittany Kyle, veterinarian and honeybee expert, discusses the fascinating world of beekeeping, some of the common misconceptions around bees, and the lessons she has learned caring for her own bee colony. The stories shared include great resources, whether you have an established apiary or you just want to know what the buzz is all about.    Episode Page with Transcript and Additional Content: https://www.yourvetwantsyoutoknow.com/honeybees   Honeybee Veterinary Consortium: https://hbvc.org/   Honeybee Health Coalition: https://honeybeehealthcoalition.org/   Connect with Your Vet! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/yourvetwantsyoutoknow Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourvetwantsyoutoknow Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/yourvetwantsyoutoknow
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Ep171 – The Canine Paradigm vs. Life With Your Dog (Round Two!) We were lucky enough to join Glenn & Pat from The Canine Paradigm for a second crossover podcast and we had a ton of fun hanging out with them.
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176 by BioStar US: Bit Fitting, Box Turtles, Recovering From The Winter Show Season Stephanie Brown Beamer of Horse by Horse talks about bit fitting, the critter of the show is the common box turtle, and in critter nutrition we share information about BioStar's new Chi Tonic. Plus, we ponder over the importance of taking time to recover after a hectic winter show season.Co-Hosts: Tigger Montague from BiostarUS and Pati Pierucci from Pierucci DressageGuest: Stephanie Brown BeamerAsk HedwigBiostar's new Chi TonicLearn more about Whole Food Supplements for your horse and dog’s optimal health at Biostar USFollow Healthy Critters Radio on Facebook
Ep 65 – Midway Check-In: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, The Book of Cold Cases Our discussion for this Check-In:Cattie's pick – The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck  by Mark MansonOaky's pick – The Book of Cold Cases by Simone St JamesCurrent BOM read (Oaky's Pick): When Breath Becomes Air by Paul KalanithiOur website: bookscatssnacks.comContact: [email protected]: @bookscatssnackspodcast
Ep 69 – Midway Check-In: Passing, American Predator Welcome to our show!Our discussion for this Check-In:Cattie's pick – Passing  by Nella LarsenOaky's pick – American Predator by Maureen CallahanCurrent BOM read (Cattie's Pick): The Guncle by Steven RowleyOur website: bookscatssnacks.comContact: [email protected]: @bookscatspodcast
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Interview with Lindsey Quinn of Oregon Dog Rescue Today on the PDX Pet Connection podcast, I have Lindsey Quinn of Oregon Dog Rescue. Stay tuned to hear how they help dogs from overcrowded rescues, owner surrenders. and high-kill shelters find the perfect forever home. You can find more information about Oregon Dog Rescue on their ⁠⁠website⁠⁠ and by following them on ⁠⁠Instagram⁠⁠ and ⁠Facebook⁠.  I hope you enjoy this episode with your furry best friend.

If you would like to help raise money for the Oregon Dog Rescue and have your dog published in an international dog photography book than keep reading to find out more.
Tails of the World, The Book features 65 pet photographers from around the world. 100% of the photo session fees and book sales go to help pets in need. The session fee of $99 will go to benefit the Oregon Dog Rescue. Your session will include a custom photography session with Kim Hoshal Photography and one of your dog's portraits will appear in the Tails of the World, The Book. The book will be coming out in the Spring of 2024 and will benefit Second Chance Animal Rescue.

There are only 10 spots available. Once I have reviewed the application, you will be notified that you have been accepted for your dog to take part in this international project.
Things to consider:
-Do you live in the Portland area?
-Is your dog motivated by treats, funny sounds, or toys?
-Are they outgoing and not too shy? (These are quicker sessions than normal so I don't get my usual warm-up time)
-Are you available on any of the following days for either early morning or early evening shoots? May 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th or June 4th or 11th
If you said yes to all of these then your dog sounds like a perfect fit for this project.

Just click the link below to apply for your dog's chance to take part in this amazing project.
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#55 Horse Crazy Girls If you are an adult and still love horses you probably have one. Or you work with horses, or you take care of horses. And, like so many of us, the moment we engage with horses as adults, we lose a little bit of the girl-like quality we brought to the barn when we were younger.  In this episode, I invite you to go back to that feeling and the energy you brought to the barn when you were young. I share how you can connect with the horses the way you did when you were young!  Show notes available here: https://www.mindful-connections.com/post/horse-crazy-girls
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