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Wag Woof Love We Love Our Dogs!

My purpose with this show is to help you bond and have an excellent relationship with your dog. Help you develop good manners in your dog, decode their behaviors, and have a wonderful experience with your Fido or Fluffy.

I'll bring my expertise to the show and offer solutions to common (and uncommon) problems.

I love to help people have a better relationship with their pets, and You know, it just makes everybody and the world a better place.

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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
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
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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E137- When is behavioral euthanasia fair? We have talked for years about No Bad Dogs and what the brand means. We haven't discussed whether there is a time and place for behavioral euthanasia. What does that conversation look like, and what things that you have to ask yourself? Ultimately it comes down to the quality of life for the dog and the safety of the people you love around you. This is a difficult conversation to have and is not to be taken lightly. PLEASE NOTE***** This is a consulting conversation*** PLEASE make sure you contact and work with a dog professional capable of working with this type of case before you ever make any decisions about euthanasia. Kickstarter course here Join the No Bad Dogs Members Club! UK SEMINAR TICKETS! Work with Tom here! Instagram- @tomdavis @nobadogs Want me to answer your dog training questions? Leave a review with your question, and I will ask on the next episode!
“Dog-Like” Cats and “Cat-Like” Dogs - with Matt Schimsky If someone says their cat acts "like a dog"... do you know exactly what they mean? Is having a "dog-like" cat considered ::better:: than having a cat-like cat?In this chat with fellow trainer Matt Schimsky, we talk about society's stereotypes about cats vs. dogs (and why they affect our relationships and willingness to train with our animals). What you'll hear in this episode:why Matt didn't like cats (until he lived with them)how his experience with "dog-like" cats has affected the way he trainwhat crucial step you need to include in your pets' exercise and enrichment routine (that you're probably missing right now)Want to dive a bit deeper?Check out this episode's show notes for Matt's full bio (and pictures of Howl) - praiseworthypets.com/podcast-shownotes/48If you're a pet professional... Get in touch with Naomi to get a second set of eyes on one of your current cat-dog cases with a Pet Pro Strategy Session!😺❤️🐶 😺❤️🐶 😺❤️🐶 😺❤️🐶 😺❤️🐶If you enjoyed this episode, please help me spread the word to other cat-and-dog people! You can:subscribe to the podcastleave a review on Apple PodcastsDM me on Instagramtell a friend about it - there's no link, cause that's a real life kind of thing 😁
#163: Is It Really R+ or Could It Actually Be R- (With a Cherry on Top)? In this episode, we discuss, can we use a tactile cue like leash pressure to train in an R+ framework or is it still just R- that we put a treat on top of to make us feel better?, putting food in the picture doesn’t necessarily make it positive reinforcement, so how can we tell what contingencies are really in play?, review what we mean by positive and negative reinforcement, an example of a situation that I thought I was training with R+ but now I’m realizing it’s really R-, despite my best intentions, questions I can ask myself (and my dog)-- am I escalating the cue or stimulus to get the behavior to happen?, do I have feelings about consequences should my dog not perform the behavior?, what happens if I apply that tactile stimulus in a different context outside of a training session?, what other behaviors - emotional behaviors and other behaviors - are happening at the same time or in this context? Are they behaviors otherwise associated with positive reinforcement? Or are they more consistent with escape/delay/avoidance?, can I use the cue (the tactile stimulus) to shape another behavior? (ala start button behaviors!)-- how to minimize the chance that a stimulus is functioning as an aversive by teaching the behavior first without that stimulus and then adding it as a cue second. For full show notes, visit: www.hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/163 This podcast is supported by Voilà! Pets: www.voilapets.com/?ref=DFTT Because DFTT listeners have loved Voilà! Pets treat pouch so much, many color and sizes are sold out! If you're interested in trying my favorite treat pouch, add yourself to the list by clicking "Notify Me When Available" on the website. You can receive 10% off of your Voilà! Pets order by visiting the link above and using code DFTT.
E136- Where do you start training a fearful dog? Hi, everyone welcome back to the No Bad Dogs podcast! Tom Davis speaks with a dog owner from the UK about her insecure dog. Her dog was born but timid and fearful. How should you start training your fearful dog?  Kickstarter course here Join the No Bad Dogs Members Club! UK SEMINAR TICKETS! Work with Tom here! Instagram- @tomdavis @nobadogs Want me to answer your dog training questions? Leave a review with your question, and I will ask on the next episode!
The Hurricane Thanks for being here with me and cheering me on, and I hope that you can become braver this year, too!
"The Hurricane"
The workers at
the Hole in the Wall
catalogue their friends’ losses
to the group of diners
that come in and sit
at a high table.
One friend has lost
a porch. Another lost
their oyster building. Another
lost half their roof. Someone lost a car
to a big tree.
Someone and someone
else and someone else
lost their homes.
The hurricane just took their entire worlds.
Another. Another. Another.
Hey, thanks for listening to Carrie Does Poems. These podcasts and more writing tips are at Carrie’s website, carriejonesbooks.blog. There’s also a donation button there. Even a dollar inspires a happy dance in Carrie, so thank you for your support.
The music you hear is made available through the creative commons and it’s a bit of a shortened track from the fantastic Eric Van der Westen and the track is called “A Feather” and off the album The Crown Lobster Trilogy.
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Episode #93 - Ask the Mayor - Dog Myths On tonight's episode of the "Dish on Dogs Podcast" Mayor Mike Gould and President Jackie Bondanza sit down to tackle many myths and misconceptions about dogs. Join us as we discuss a variety of topics, such as leash aggression, behaviors, dog haircuts, and more!
EBD222 Life Lessons from An Intense Puppy with Erin and Jess Kathy has shared many tales of the dogs she’s known over the years, but in this guest edition of Enlightened by Dogs, she introduces Erin who tells us about her journey with her Border Collie Jess. Erin, a lovely member of the Brilliant Partners Academy, picked up Jess with the hope of love, joy and adventure. To start off with, things were really tough! Jess’ behaviors left Erin anxious, stressed and even panicked at times. But through her own knowledge and progression, plus the help of the BPA, Erin and Jess’ relationship is now stronger than ever and, in just four months, she has settled perfectly into Erin’s family. In this episode: How Erin’s constant worry was lifted Dealing with an intense puppy How BPA helped Erin and Jess enjoy a calmer relationship Quotes: “She was up every couple of hours through the night, wanting reassurance. I didn't feel equipped to deal with that. Now I feel I know how to respond.” “I've got a little way to go. But things don’t freak me out anymore. That’s the difference.” “Trust what feels right for you. It might not be my approach. It could be something else.” Want More of Kathy? Brilliant Partners Academy Dancing Hearts Dog Academy Website Facebook Community
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223. Athletic Bully Breed works through bike reactivity Check complete show notes hereEpisode 223: Athletic Bully Breed works through bike reactivityReactive Redefined FREE Mini Course  Adventure Dog Academy FREE Mini CourseTrustworthy RecallsFollow us on Instagram @agoodfeeling_inco www.agoodfeelingdogtraining.comVetCs discount code DISORDERLYDOGS 10% off your purchase Leaving a 5-star review really helps this podcast reach other dog guardians in search of help for their dogs and I literally read every single one! Song credit: Podington Bear
Episode No. 88: "The Episode with an Irish Accent" The Old Dogs Ramble about THE HEAT... Driving for Two... A note from Sandra Cavallo Miller...  Breaking in the Royal Shoes...  Old Doggerel #13 – Password Purgatory...  A Really Cold Case Murder...  A big Payday for Expert Witnesses. The Old Dogs Conversation is with Michael Hernan of Inishmore Island, County Galway, Republic of Ireland.
MAKING THINGS SIZZLE – HOW DO YOU MAKE CHEMISTRY HAPPEN BETWEEN CHARACTERS Want to make your characters sizzle like a fajita plate? Join us as we quickly give some steps about building character chemistry on the page. More tips and the transcript are over at Carrie Jones Books.


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Ep 166 Preventing Tragedy There is a video going around of a dog who died during a nail trim. We're going to break that down, talk about what happened, and talk about safety.  If you'd like to watch the video here is the link. Please keep in mind that this dog does not survive and the video is very upsetting. https://www.tmz.com/2022/07/26/petsmart-sued-pet-owner-claims-staff-suffocated-dog-nail-clipping/
Extra Play - Lars Makes A Lot of Bad Decisions Carolina and Marcus got their Charm Knob's turned up as they talk about Guy Fieri following RATM's current tour/a breakdown of the Lord of Flavortown's musical tastes, the upcoming John Hughes soundtrack box set "Life Moves Pretty Fast", Metallica nearly mixing Jason Newsted out of "...And Justice For All" as well as the more recent fan project "...And Justice For Jason"
Are my cat and dog ready to spend more time together? When your pets are “absolutely apart” and only seeing each other during short, micromanaged setups, you might be thinking:Am I being paranoid about my pets' safety?Am I the barrier to their coexistence? Am I being too impatient if I just want to "let them work it out"? These worries are super common and all boil down to this main question: how do I know if my cat and dog are ready to spend more time together? In this episode of It’s Training Cats and Dogs, Naomi laid out the main things to think about when making the decision to attempt some more extended interactions.What you'll hear in this episode:when your pets might be ready to level uphow to create a comprehensive plan for their first extended interactionswhy this prep will make the whole thing go smootherWant to dive a bit deeper?Check out this episode's show notes: praiseworthypets.com/podcast-shownotes/47What phase of coexistence are your pets currently in? (free quiz)Get in touch with Naomi to discuss whether the Cat and Dog Coexistence Club and private coaching is a good fit for you and your pets!😺❤️🐶 😺❤️🐶 😺❤️🐶 😺❤️🐶 😺❤️🐶If you enjoyed this episode, please help me spread the word to other cat-and-dog people! You can:subscribe to the podcastleave a review on Apple PodcastsDM me on Instagramtell a friend about it - there's no link, cause that's a real life kind of thing 😁
Brad Pitt in a Skirt and Mixing Things Up in Your Relationships To Make Them Last One of the key components of happiness and living a good life is having a good close relationship with someone else and for a lot of us, our closest relationship is with our spouse.
Cough.
So join us, an old married couple, as we discuss this horrifying news. All the notes and sources are over here.
SHOUT OUT!
The music we’ve clipped and shortened in this podcast is awesome and is made available through the Creative Commons License.
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Are you a cheerleading mutant? Cheerleading mutant. It sounds pretty awful, but it’s actually a good thing. Because that optimism and gratitude help make your brain healthier and life better. That gives you the sort of cheerleading persona, but where does the mutant come in? Hang on and we’re going to tell you . . .

SHOUT OUT!
The music we’ve clipped and shortened in this podcast is awesome and is made available through the Creative Commons License.
Here’s a link to that and the artist’s website. Who is this artist and what is this song? It’s “Summer Spliff” by Broke For Free.
WE HAVE EXTRA CONTENT ALL ABOUT LIVING HAPPY OVER HERE! It’s pretty awesome.


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Character Development and Novel Structures are Creepy Besties. Here's why. NOVEL STRUCTURE AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT ARE RELATED.
Not just that, they are creepy best friends. You know the kind. They do EVERYTHING together, drink the same soy-caramel latte, have the same crushes on Bowen Yang, borrow each other’s Sketchers. . .

Hey, thanks for listening to Write Better Now.
These podcasts, their transcripts, and more writing tips are at Carrie’s website, carriejonesbooks.blog. There’s also a donation button there. Even a dollar inspires a happy dance in us, so thank you for your support.
The music you hear is made available through the creative commons and it’s a bit of a shortened track from the fantastic Mr.ruiz and the track is Arctic Air and the album is Winter Haze Summer Daze.
For exclusive paid content, check out Carrie’s substack, LIVING HAPPY and WRITE BETTER NOW. It’s basically like a blog, but better. There’s a free option too without the bonus content but all the regular stuff is there..
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spoiler: the sandwich is an objective correlative A poem about being not poet-cool.
Hey, thanks for listening to Carrie Does Poems. These podcasts and more writing tips are at Carrie’s website, carriejonesbooks.blog. There’s also a donation button there. Even a dollar inspires a happy dance in Carrie, so thank you for your support.
The music you hear is made available through the creative commons and it’s a bit of a shortened track from the fantastic Eric Van der Westen and the track is called “A Feather” and off the album The Crown Lobster Trilogy.
While Carrie only posts poems weekly here, she has them (in written form) almost every other weekday over on Medium. You should check it out!
https://freemusicarchive.org/music/eric-van-der-westen/the-crown-lobster-trilogy-selection

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222. Intense German Shepherd works through his fears Check complete show notes hereEpisode 222: Intense German Shepherd works through his fears Reactive Redefined FREE Mini Course  Adventure Dog Academy FREE Mini CourseTrustworthy RecallsFollow us on Instagram @agoodfeeling_inco www.agoodfeelingdogtraining.comVetCs discount code DISORDERLYDOGS 10% off your purchase Leaving a 5-star review really helps this podcast reach other dog guardians in search of help for their dogs and I literally read every single one! Song credit: Podington Bear
Extra Play - Lars Makes A Lot of Bad Decisions Carolina and Marcus got their Charm Knob's turned up as they talk about Guy Fieri following RATM's current tour/a breakdown of the Lord of Flavortown's musical tastes, the upcoming John Hughes soundtrack box set "Life Moves Pretty Fast", Metallica nearly mixing Jason Newsted out of "...And Justice For All" as well as the more recent fan project "...And Justice For Jason"
E135- Her dog protects the car and the yard only? This is a great dog training podcast with Tom Davis about a protective German Shepherd in the card and the yard... Why? She also had previously trained with me at the Upstate Canine Academy. Her dog was having Major issues with dogs on the leash and couldn't go ANYWHERE! Now she can bring her dog everywhere BUY; she's having trouble with the reactivity with her in the car.  Watch her first training ep on my Youtube channel! Kickstarter course here Join the No Bad Dogs Members Club! UK SEMINAR TICKETS! Work with Tom here! Instagram- @tomdavis @nobadogs Want me to answer your dog training questions? Leave a review with your question, and I will ask on the next episode!
Takeaways from Week Two of Training Camp and Interview With Rookie CB Zyon McCollum | Salty Dogs Rookie CB Zyon McCollum joins the Dogs and delivers some exciting news, and Jeff and Scott also discuss camp happenings, knuckle cracking, football-related sitcoms, the Joseph Heller classic “Catch-22” and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
EBD220 My Most Difficult Dog and Teacher with Terri and Bella Kathy has shared the stories of so many dogs she’s had the pleasure of knowing. But this week, she turns the spotlight on a member of the Brilliant Partners Academy. BPA member, Terri joins Enlightened By Dogs to tell the tale of her beloved Bella and what she’s learned during her time with her. Every dog has different needs, personality types, and complexities, and the learning process never really ends. In this episode, Terri shares her experiences with Bella and what she’s learned from being a BPA member. Terri adopted Bella from a shelter and found herself stuck in a red zone spiral. She would never have dreamed of one day enjoying hiking with her. But through her own insights and BPA learning processes, she has helped Bella develop into the calmer dog she is today. In this episode: How Terri listens to her dogs’ needs Why sticking with BPA is crucial for Terri Why remaining calm helps your dogs remain calm Quotes: “I have to tell myself not to get tense because if I'm tense, she's tense. If I’m calm, she's calm.” “If we're sitting on the couch and I take a deep breath, Bella takes a deep breath too. I know she can mirror me.” “I praised Bella anytime she wanted to be beside me. I was like: “You're just such a wonderful dog,” and I just let my heart flow out with her.” Want More of Kathy? Brilliant Partners Academy Dancing Hearts Dog Academy Website Facebook Community
EBD221 Dog Advocacy and Social Pressure - Let's Do Better Throughout her career, Kathy has been in many different social situations with her dogs. Whether out in public, at the vet, or on a long hike, these social interactions can pose a few problems when people want to say ‘hi’ to your dog or treat your dog in ways you wouldn’t usually. In these situations, it’s crucial to remain a calm, confident role model, stepping in as your dog’s voice to reassure them and provide them with comfort. In this episode of Enlightened by Dogs, Kathy shares two uncomfortable situations she and her dogs have found themselves in. She dissects these interactions, what made her and her dogs uncomfortable and provides top tips for dog parents on how to best deal with these kinds of encounters. Tune in to the episode to hear Kathy’s advice. To revisit one of Kathy’s latest, very special episodes about Maya, head to EBD219 – Maya, The Gift that Keeps on Giving. In this episode: How to comfort your dog in challenging situations Why showing people calmly where they stand is key How to be the parent and advocate your dog’s needs Quotes: “When dogs are not eager to engage like this, it's always best to let them make the first approach on their own.” “If you're a dog professional and you're advising dog parents to socialize and desensitize using outdated ideas, I hope that you reconsider.” “It's okay to feel social pressure and still be the advocate that your dog needs you to be anyway.” Want More of Kathy? Brilliant Partners Academy Dancing Hearts Dog Academy Website Facebook Community
Jeff Meyer Talks About Proofing for Detection Dogs Join HITS K9 Radio host Jeff Meyer as he talks about improving your detection dog by proofing off of non-target odors. Jeff shares his philosophy about correcting the dog or waiting him out when training off of non-target odors.
 
To Contact Jeff, email him at Jeff@HITSK9.net
 
For more information about HITS K9 Seminars, go to www.HITSK9.net
Takeaways from Week Two of Training Camp and Interview With Rookie CB Zyon McCollum | Salty Dogs Rookie CB Zyon McCollum joins the Dogs and delivers some exciting news, and Jeff and Scott also discuss camp happenings, knuckle cracking, football-related sitcoms, the Joseph Heller classic “Catch-22” and moreSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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221. Nervous dog learns to cope in the city Check complete show notes hereEpisode 221: Nervous dog learns to cope in the cityReactive Redefined FREE Mini Course  Adventure Dog Academy FREE Mini CourseTrustworthy RecallsFollow us on Instagram @agoodfeeling_inco www.agoodfeelingdogtraining.comVetCs discount code DISORDERLYDOGS 10% off your purchase Leaving a 5-star review really helps this podcast reach other dog guardians in search of help for their dogs and I literally read every single one! Song credit: Podington Bear
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#162: Working with Compulsive Behaviors Pt 2, with Dr. Michaela Hempen In this episode, we discuss a question from one of my favorite listeners about a stereotypic/compulsive tail chasing behavior in her dog, brainstorming steps one might take when unpacking a stereotypic (I’m practicing my language!) behavior problem, taking a baseline to help with staying objective about the training, identifying and testing possible variables that might be part of the antecedent, considerations when selecting a goal or replacement behavior, and layering in relevant pieces of the antecedent or trigger while maintaining a clean loop. We also get a little bit deep pondering on how much power really have to influence behavior, even ones we’d never thought we could affect. For full show notes, visit: www.hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/162 This podcast is supported by Voilà! Pets: www.voilapets.com/?ref=DFTT Because DFTT listeners have loved Voilà! Pets treat pouch so much, many color and sizes are sold out! If you're interested in trying my favorite treat pouch, add yourself to the list by clicking "Notify Me When Available" on the website. You can receive 10% off of your Voilà! Pets order by visiting the link above and using code DFTT.
E134- 17 week old German Shepherd puppy giving mom a run for her money! Puppy training is fun, right? This GSD pup is doing, well... puppy stuff! With a flare of behavioral quirks as well. We hope you enjoy this podcast so much!  Kickstarter course here Join the No Bad Dogs Members Club! UK SEMINAR TICKETS! Work with Tom here! Instagram- @tomdavis @nobadogs Want me to answer your dog training questions? Leave a review with your question, and I will ask on the next episode!
Choreographing routines for your cat and dog It’s hard work managing a full house even when everyone gets along, and for Bee, whose pets can’t be in the same space without tensions running high (and sometimes blood being shed!), it’s getting beyond frustrating.In this episode, Naomi shares some strategies on how to adjust "baby gate hell" and teach King and Ralph how to effectively give each other space.Key Moments[01:48] King's increasing aggression towards the dog, who wants any kind of attention from him, even if she's getting beat up[06:59] Using setups and cues to teach King less aggressive alternatives for seeking space[09:50] The pets' current interactions through baby gates at the top and bottom of the stairs[11:25] Choreographing and rehearsing more appropriate "dances" for the animals to perform when they see each other[15:38] Creating baby-friendly management[17:50] Next steps:reinforcing easier versions of "cat appears, move away" for Ralph to get the hang of it, using management when King actually comes down for nowchanging up how King feels about Ralph by having him see her when she's occupied with something elsetaking note of any patterns/times of day when conflicts tend to arise, and choreographing "dances" for those sticky spots[27:15] Switching from a negatively reinforced lack of enrichment to a positively reinforced enrichment routineYour Next Step:If you're awesome like Bee and want some guidance regarding your pets' interactions, come join me on the podcast for a free Dog and Cat Chat! Just go to praiseworthypets.com/chat to book a time.
Takeaways from Week One of Training Camp and Interview With WR Deven Thompkins | Salty Dogs An interview with impressive rookie wideout **Deven Thompkins** takes an unexpected turn towards Egyptian history, while Jeff and Scott recap the first week of camp and take fan questions with help from Brianna DixSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cam Gill on Defensive Impact, Performance vs. Falcons | Salty Dogs The Dogs get a visit from young pass-rusher Cam Gill and also discuss such topics as Tom Brady's career vs. Atlanta, red zone play-calling, playoff scenarios, frisbee dogs and more.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Playoffs Past and Present, Previewing the NFC Championship The Salty Dogs talk Buccaneer playoffs present and past, break down the biggest moments from Sunday’s win in New Orleans and examine the challenge that is Aaron RodgersSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
E133- The golden formula to help any dog owner with anything!! In this dog training podcast, Tom Davis talks with a dog owner about some everyday things we all struggle with at some point. But what is great about this podcast is we talk about the golden template for dog owners struggling with their dogs. If you're having problems with your dog, this formula will help! Kickstarter course here Join the No Bad Dogs Members Club! UK SEMINAR TICKETS! Work with Tom here! Instagram- @tomdavis @nobadogs Want me to answer your dog training questions? Leave a review with your question and I will ask on the next episode!
220. Bully breed makes huge progress with intense reactivity! Check complete show notes hereEpisode 220: Bully breed makes huge progress with intense reactivity!Reactive Redefined FREE Mini Course  Adventure Dog Academy FREE Mini CourseTrustworthy RecallsFollow us on Instagram @agoodfeeling_inco www.agoodfeelingdogtraining.comVetCs discount code DISORDERLYDOGS 10% off your purchase Leaving a 5-star review really helps this podcast reach other dog guardians in search of help for their dogs and I literally read every single one! Song credit: Podington Bear
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Episode No. 87: "Driving for Dollars" The old dogs ramble about the price of gasoline - is it affecting you? We have breaking news about an old bust. We present another commentary from our Chief Aging Officer. We explore the history of knock-knock jokes. We praise the wisdom of Swiss laws governing guinea pig ownership. And we talk... about listening. The old dogs conversation is with Lynette Ross. A pastor who has taken a winding but sure-footed path to the ministry.
Sometimes a robot breaks your finger how to live happy anyway In possibly the goofiest self-help podcast ever, we continue our bizarre ways with some advice from the Dalai Lama about how to live happy despite everything and also talk a bit about the robot who broke the kid's finger during a chess tournament in Russia.
As always, our notes and links to sources are at carriejonesbooks.blog, and . . .
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WTF EVEN IS A SCENE A scene. Let's have a quick rundown about it and why you need to know about this bad boy.

It’s this element of structure for the story. We all write them, but sometimes it seems like this overlooked aspect of our stories. I’m not sure why this is. It’s not as elemental as the word or punctuation. It’s not as long and sexy as a chapter. It’s not as easily diagramed as a sentence, right?
But it’s so important.
There’s an old book by Raymond Obstfeld called Crafting Scenes and in its first pages, he has a chapter called “What a Scene Is and Isn’t.” In it, he quotes the actress Rosalind Russell who was asked what made a movie great.
She answered, “Moments.”
And Obstfeld compared that thought about movies to our thoughts about scenes. He writes, “The more ‘moments’ a work has, the more powerful it is. Think of each memorable scene as an inner tube designed to keep the larger work afloat.”
And then there is the corollary, “The fewer memorable scenes there are, the quicker that work sinks to the depths of mediocrity.”
So What’s A Scene and How Do You Make It Memorable?
That’s the obvious question, right? A scene is usually action that happens in one setting. But it’s not always. It’s about focus. It can be ten pages or one.
Obstfeld says that a scene does the following:
Gives reader plot-forwarding information
Reveals character conflict
Highlights a character by showing action or a trait
Creates suspense.
And a memorable scene? What is that?
It’s unexpected.
What does a scene have to have?
A beginning, a middle, and an end.
And the beginning? It’s like a blind date, he says. You have to tell the reader what’s going on and not just expect her to know. It has to hook the reader in, pulling her into its clutches so she wants to keep reading.
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Ep165 Social Learning What is social learning? How can it work against us and how can it work for us? Find out this week
S2 Ep.2 Multi-Dog Households and My Two Dogs are Fighting Obviously there is exceptions to this podcast but I’m sharing my thoughts on multi dog households. Everyone needs to be on the same page, which means owner is the leader, parent, guardian etc.

Your dogs also learn from each other and if one dog is out of control they’re learning that the human isn’t in control and can’t help. Let me know what you think I’m with working with multiple dog households.
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E132- Dog training tools on younger dogs! In this dog training podcast, Tom Davis talks with a 8-month bernese mt dog owner! This dog owner is struggling with her dog not listening outside. He is also leash reactive to new people out on walks. We also discuss the transition of equipment and why!  Join the No Bad Dogs Members Club! UK SEMINAR TICKETS! Work with Tom here! Instagram- @tomdavis @nobadogs Want me to answer your dog training questions? Leave a review with your question and I will ask on the next episode!
Episode Rewind: Control Unleashed with Cats and Dogs - with Leslie McDevitt Naomi's off on vacation so this week we're rewinding back to one of the podcast's earlier episodes! Revisit Naomi's chat with the amazing Leslie McDevitt, author of the popular Control Unleashed books and DVD series.Leslie broke down how she sets up her house to allow for easier introductions and how she uses Control Unleashed games and concepts to keep her cats and dogs living happily together.Key Moments[3:59] How Leslie first started working with animals[7:00] Leslie introduces her three dogs[12:17] Leslie introduces her two new kittens[13:11] Leslie’s specific method for introducing cats and dogs to each other[15:22] How to set up your own kitten paradise enrichment zone[17:13] Why Leslie likes to use crates to during introductions [19:20] How to work with dogs who aren’t familiar with cats[21:49] The next step after initial introductions[24:37] Why it’s important to give cats a way out of stressful situations[28:18] Using food and play as a gauge of comfort levels[31:59] What to do if you’re worried about cat and dog chases around the house[33:21] How Leslie handles her border collie’s stalking instinct[37:10] Why you should reward default behaviors consistently[43:10] Balancing dogs with young children at home[46:00] How to go easy on yourself when training a house full of pets[48:23] Easy mistakes to make when following Leslie’s Control Unleashed methods[52:50] How the Super Bowls game can teach you about threshold behaviors[56:35] How to play parallel CU games[58:19] Using social learning to your advantageKey LinksFollow Naomi on InstagramFollow Leslie on Facebook2021 Conference Unleashed RecordingControl Unleashed YouTube Channel Mochi's Tunnel Your Next Step:Naomi will be back with a new episode next week! But if you enjoyed taking this look back, you can do your own rewind to some of our earlier episodes. Check out another interview with a pet professional! Or maybe a deep dive into a specific topic?With the 50th episode of the show quickly approaching, we want to celebrate! What would you love to hear on our special episode? DM Naomi on Instagram @praiseworthypets with your suggestions!
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Wheels & GJ With thanks to the Western Bulldogs Past Players & Officials Association, the Two Dogs Podcast features some of the club's greats recounting their glory days at the Whitten Oval.
Presented by Kevin Hillier
In this edition we catch up with former senior coach Terry Wheeler, and former captain Geoff Jennings. Two great mates who share some wonderful memories with us.
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Dima & Ilija With thanks to the Western Bulldogs Past Players & Officials Association, the Two Dogs Podcast features some of the club's greats recounting their glory days at the Whitten Oval.
In this edition, we catch up with Paul Dimattina & Ilija Grgic
Presented by Kevin Hillier
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EBD219 Maya, The Gift that Keeps on Giving Kathy has used kindness, compassion and patience to form strong relationships with dogs for so many years. She has proven that even those that were deemed a “lost cause” can become attentive and loyal life partners. In this episode of Enlightened by Dogs, Kathy shares the story of Maya (aka Noodle). She takes us back to when Maya was seven months old and labeled “untrainable” by three families. Kathy oversaw Maya’s journey from a persistent dog who chased anything that moved to a responsive and devoted companion. Listen to hear Kathy explore what she has learned from her time with Maya. In this episode: How to stop doubting your decision when you take in a new dog Why traditional obedience training doesn’t work How an “untrainable” dog can become a life partner Quotes: “Keep your eye on the prize, stay the course and keep going, no matter what.” “Each dog has been a gift rich in experiences, adventures and lessons that I could share with others to help ease their way with their dogs.” “There's the common and debilitating mindset mistake of believing that your dog is uncooperative and is giving you a hard time. That all dogs should conform and all dogs should be trained to be obedient to identical standards.” Want More of Kathy? Brilliant Partners Academy Dancing Hearts Dog Academy Website Facebook Community
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PROS AND CONS OF PRESENT AND PAST TENSE Hey! It's a quick rundown on the positives and negatives of writing in past or present tense.
For the complete notes, check out the blog.


Hey, thanks for listening to Write Better Now.
These podcasts and more writing tips are at Carrie’s website, carriejonesbooks.blog. There’s also a donation button there. Even a dollar inspires a happy dance in us, so thank you for your support.
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Ep: 19 - Incorporating Your Dog In Your Wedding With Bark Wedding Date Co. We all know that our furry family members are in fact, members of the family.  That means that we want them there for those big moments like our wedding.Let's chat about tips and tricks on ensuring your pup can be part of your big day, but in a totally dope and stress-free way!Follow us on insta:@barkweddingdateco / @candorcanineco / @iletthedogsoutpodcast
Ep: 20 - The Importance Of Following Leash Laws with Vanessa from Sit Pretty Training We're sooo excited to have Vanessa from Sit Pretty Training here with us to have a chat about why it's important to follow your local leash laws.We've all had those off leash horror stories so this episode will be touching on the importance of leashing your pup in those on leash areas!Make sure to give her a follow on insta!@sitpretty.trainingYou can follow us at:@candorcanineco / @iletthedogsoutpodcastTell your dog I said Hi!
219. Spitfire Schnauzer mix learns to engage with guardian Check complete show notes hereEpisode 219: Spitfire Schnauzer mix learns to engage with guardianReactive Redefined FREE Mini Course  Adventure Dog Academy FREE Mini CourseTrustworthy RecallsFollow us on Instagram @agoodfeeling_inco www.agoodfeelingdogtraining.comVetCs discount code DISORDERLYDOGS 10% off your purchase Leaving a 5-star review really helps this podcast reach other dog guardians in search of help for their dogs and I literally read every single one! Song credit: Podington Bear
Dealing With A Reactive Dog In Your Home: A Q+A. Plus 3 Special Announcements Annie was recently browsing her local dog Facebook group, when she came across a post by a woman named Michaelle who was reaching out for training help with her reactive foster dog. Several of the replies recommended a trainer in the area who was not professionally certified, and Michaelle posted that she had decided to work with. When Annie, perhaps a little too aggressively, responded with critical questions about this trainer, Michaelle called her out on it. By way of apology, Annie offered to coach her through some of the issues she was dealing with, gratis.
They discuss her foster dog Baozi's reactivity in the home, including his, growling, barking, sometimes sudden biting and lunging, his many triggers, and health issues that may be affecting his behavior. Rather than focusing on quick fixes for these unwanted behaviors, Annie approaches the issue by suggesting ways to get to the root cause for lasting and mutually beneficial behavior change.
Note: School For The Dogs Podcast is going on hiatus for a few months! But you can join Annie inside the new School For The Dogs Online Campus.
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Environmental Factors that Affect a Detector Dog with HITS Instructor Rick Ashabranner Join HITS K9 Radio host Jeff Meyer as he talks to Rick Ashabranner about the class he will be teaching at HITS 2022. Rick will discuss environmental factors that will affect the target odor for a detector dog.
For more information about HITS, go to www.HITSK9.net
To contact Jeff Meyer, email him at Jeff@HITSK9.net.
Extra Play - LISTEN BEFORE YOU BUY. Please. Marcus and Carolina are back at it and rounding up music news once again! From The Beastie Boys getting a street corner named after them to everyone listening to 90's music perhaps because they think the world wasn't also a dumpster fire then, the impending closure of the Brooklyn Knitting Factory, Steve Albini winning his second World Series of Poker Tournament, and Jello Biafra reacts to the Chris Lord-Alge remaster of Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables Flowerhead - Pondering My Orb (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXb6QLCaLxjvucwNlQuS2gg) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
#161: Working with Compulsive Behaviors Pt 1, with Dr. Michaela Hempen In this episode, we discuss what are compulsive behaviors?, using the language of stereotypy vs compulsive to describe this category of behaviors, cribbing behavior in horses and the effects on welfare, and a case study of Blondie, including getting a baseline, changing the environment for training sessions, introducing new behaviors to expand her repertoire, the plan to integrate training into life, and where Blondie is now and the state of her cribbing behavior. For full show notes, visit: www.hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/161 This podcast is supported by Voilà! Pets: www.voilapets.com/?ref=DFTT Because DFTT listeners have loved Voilà! Pets treat pouch so much, many color and sizes are sold out! If you're interested in trying my favorite treat pouch, add yourself to the list by clicking "Notify Me When Available" on the website. You can receive 10% off of your Voilà! Pets order by visiting the link above and using code DFTT.
#158: Spring Clean up for Dog Trainers, Pt 2: Planning and Record Keeping In this episode, we discuss getting a fresh start with your planning and record keeping, what gets in the way of being your best self, where to start when nothing is working for you, looking at switching systems a little differently - regularly switching systems IS a system!, identifying what is important to you in a record keeping system and what likely obstacles will get in your way, start with a little back-chaining by recording what you are already doing, add a simple planning matrix - which days you’ll train which categories, and that plans are flexible, and so are systems! For full show notes, visit: www.hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/158 This podcast is supported by Voilà! Pets: www.voilapets.com/?ref=DFTT For 10% off of your Voilà! Pets order, visit the link above or visit the Voilà! Pets website and use code DFTT.
#159: Mentorship with John Anthony Shahor In this episode, we discuss what does mentorship mean?, what makes a good mentor?, what makes a good mentee?, how can you get the most out of a mentorship relationship?, and what is the most important thing to focus on to be a better mentor? For full show notes, visit: www.hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/159 This podcast is supported by Voilà! Pets: www.voilapets.com/?ref=DFTT For 10% off of your Voilà! Pets order, visit the link above or visit the Voilà! Pets website and use code DFTT.
#160: Spring Clean up for Dog Trainers, Pt 3: The Things We Overlook This week we are finishing up our Spring Cleaning series... you’ve already organized all your resources you’ve collected over the weekend, you’ve worked out a new better system for your planning and record keeping and this time you’ve got the magic one that will actually work. Now let’s get to the training itself! Wouldn’t it be cool if you kept your training clean all the time? Then there would be nothing to do here! What are the things you put off? The built up dirt and grime that’s been hidden or not so hidden? What are the things where if you tackled that project finally would make everything else easier? In this episode, we discuss cleaning up your reinforcement mechanics, sharpening reinforcement procedures like toy play skills, have you found yourself rushing your “out” lately?, managing criteria in sequences and chains, and tightening up session structure behaviors and filling in gaps. Are there any other places where your training baseboards are getting grimy? Maybe a sloppy cue you’ve been meaning to address? Some other behavior that’s been collecting dust for a while? I’d love to know what makes your list! For full show notes, visit: www.hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/160 This podcast is supported by Patreon: www.patreon.com/DFTT
Do You Know Your Current Pet Enough to Add a New One? - with Caroline Mattioli Before bringing a new animal into your household, is your resident pet ready? In order to make the initial introduction and integration process go as smoothly as possible, one of the best things you can do is take a long, hard look at the pet(s) you already have!Doing the prep work before bringing a new pet into the mix will set everyone up for success.Caroline Mattioli, KPA-CTP joins Naomi to talk about how she introduced her resident dog Onyx to Jack the kitten and Tiki the Chihuahua. She details how knowing Onyx’s history, personality, and behaviors helped her implement the right training, management, and setups for her particular combination of pets. Listen in to hear Caroline's insights and step-by-step approach to laying the groundwork before bringing a new pet home.Key Moments[00:39] Introduction and Caroline's "Two Truths and A Lie"[05:56] Caroline’s Cast of Characters: Onyx the German Shepherd, Tiki the Chihuahua puppy, and Jack the cat.[11:40] The challenges of doing the KPA training certification program with a reactive dog[13:45] How Caroline slowly introduced Onyx to a cat (not Jack)[18:57] How knowing Onyx’s behavioral tendencies allowed for progression from tense interactions to happy snuggles[25:08] Barrier frustration and setups[32:43] Allowing your animals to practice conflict resolution without constant human interference (when appropriate and safe)[36:30] How Caroline introduced Tiki the Chihuahua to Onyx and Jack[39:55] Managing Tiki’s adolescent energy and Onyx being the "fun police"[43:24] The difference in behaviors when a human in present or not (and Naomi's theory)[46:59] The benefits of a group stay[49:41] Things to consider before and after adding a new animal to your household[52:31] How to help prepare a dog with a high prey drive to the addition of a cat to the householdResources DiscussedPredation Substitute Training: book, webinarKPA certification programNaomi's dog Uri in his ex-pen during her KPA programOnyx, Jack, and Tiki group stayEpisode Guest InfoQuick facts about Caroline Mattioli:she got into the animal world at 16 by volunteering at the Houston SPCA, then worked there as an adoption counselorinterned at The Wildlife Center of Texas rehabilitating injured owls, hawks, ducklings, and other native speciesdid a bachelor’s of science degree in Animal Science and Industry, followed by a 6 month dolphin training internshipOnyx was her training partner during the Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner programcurrently works at Believe in Dog Training in Houston, TX - specializing in puppy training and reactivity/behavior modificationYou can contact Caroline at Believe in Dog or follow on Instagram @justtrain_dogs----------Are you a Pet Professional?Contact Naomi if you are looking for:another set of eyes on a particular cat-dog case you're consulting onguidance in becoming more comfortable with cat-dog cases in general
E131- THIS is the reason your dog's behavior is getting worse! In this dog training podcast, Tom Davis talks with a dog owner struggling with her 14-month-old doodle. Her dog Casper is lunging at her mom in the house, and her behavior is getting worse. She thinks it's resource guarding, and her whole life now revolves around this bad behavior.  Join the No Bad Dogs Members Club! UK SEMINAR TICKETS! Work with Tom here! Instagram- @tomdavis @nobadogs Want me to answer your dog training questions? Leave a review with your question and I will ask on the next episode!
Extra Play - LISTEN BEFORE YOU BUY. Please. Marcus and Carolina are back at it and rounding up music news once again! From The Beastie Boys getting a street corner named after them to everyone listening to 90's music perhaps because they think the world wasn't also a dumpster fire then, the impending closure of the Brooklyn Knitting Factory, Steve Albini winning his second World Series of Poker Tournament, and Jello Biafra reacts to the Chris Lord-Alge remaster of Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables Flowerhead - Pondering My Orb (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXb6QLCaLxjvucwNlQuS2gg) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
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Episode #91 - A Conversation with 9/11 K9 Unit Hero Bob Schnelle pt. 3 On tonight's episode of the "Dish on Dogs Podcast", NYPD K-9 Hero and Co-founder Bob Schnelle returns for his second episode in the three-part series. Bob discusses his efforts in the 9/11 World Trade Center attack, and working with dogs in a post-9/11 world.
Nap Like an Ancient Warrior and Do Not Live in A Museum This episode is all about napping and Carrie accidentally outing herself about her-cough-3 p.m. nap spree.
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E130- Puppy Golden Retriever already attacking his owners! In this dog training podcast, Tom Davis works with a couple with a 7-month-old golden retriever who is starting to show signs of real aggression!  Join the No Bad Dogs Members Club! UK SEMINAR TICKETS! Work with Tom here! Instagram- @tomdavis @nobadogs Want me to answer your dog training questions? Leave a review with your question and I will ask on the next episode!
We're just "snowflakes" who don't use "bonkers": A frank conversation with dog trainer Beth Berkobien of Rehab Your Rescue of Dallas, TX Texas-based trainer Beth Berkobien has a master's degree in animal behavior, specializes in dog aggression, and offers virtual training sessions internationally. She was raised on a farm with field-trial Labradors and grew up around punishment-based dog training using aversives. After being encouraged by a trainer to use an e-collar on her dog that caused him to completely shut down, she moved away from aversives. Many years later, she works primarily with rehabilitating rescue dogs.
She joins Annie on this episode to discuss her journey as a dog trainer. Together they also listen to “bonker”-based dog trainer Jeff Gellman’s rant on dog trainers who prefer to use methods that don’t cause their dogs (and potentially others) additional harm. They also discuss an apparent societal tendency to blame people for their failures, and of balanced trainers to blame clients when their training protocols are ineffective.
Annie finishes by reading some extreme training methods from a dog training book from the 1970's: The Koehler Method of Dog Training by William Koehler.
Links:
Learn more about Beth Berkobien at RehabYourRescue.com and on Instagram @rehabyourrescue
Just When You Thought the Barbara Woodhouse Days Were Over | Animal Rights & Wrongs (animalrightsandwrongs.uk)
Don't Shoot the Dog by Karen Pryor
The Companion Species Manifesto: Dogs, People, and Significant Otherness by Donna Haraway
Walden Two by BF Skinner
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Episode 44 | Are you talking to your socks? Marie Kondo, Cesar Millan & training humans with snake oil
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Annie:
Hello, Beth. Thank you for being here. Maybe you can just go ahead and introduce yourself ‘cause I'm worried I'm gonna say your last name wrong. And tell me the name of your business and where you're located.
Beth Berkobien:
Absolutely. Yeah, everybody worries about saying my last name. I am Beth Berkobien of Rehab Your Rescue. We're located in Dallas, Texas, but I do sessions virtually all over the world. I have some clients in South Africa, in London, in Seattle, so we are very accessible...
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Interview With Canadian National IGP Champion Kandis Hall About Dog Training Here we have a new episode with Kandis Hall. Recent CWDF National Championships Winner. Sheis an extremely talented trainer with over 25 years of dog experience. In this episode she shares insights on dog training, fitness and sports.
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EBD218 Phoenix- The Hardest Dog That Taught Me the Most Kathy has had the pleasure of building partnerships with all types of dogs. But sometimes, the most challenging relationships are the most rewarding. Each dog she has spent time with has contributed to the way she lives and works. And Phoenix is certainly no exception. In this Enlightened by Dogs episode, Kathy takes us back to the first moment she met the most challenging dog she’s ever known. Despite being controlling, excitable and highly sensitive, Phoenix was an incredible sheepdog and life partner. Kathy explains how the way Phoenix challenged her shaped her teaching and mindset forever. In this episode: Dealing with a highly sensitive dog What makes a true partner How one moment with Phoenix changed Kathy forever Quotes: “All my dogs are teachers and healers for me and for others.” “She put me in that position to make note of all the elements that were the core of what makes it possible to have a brilliant partnership with your dog and a brilliant life.” “Just because you can teach a dog 152 tricks, it doesn't mean that you should.” Want More of Kathy? Brilliant Partners Academy Dancing Hearts Dog Academy Website Facebook Community
Episode 15 – Camp Get Ahead 2022 In this episode of Connect the Dots we talk about GDH’s annual event for the Blind and visually impaired youth of Hawaii. We take a dive in this week of fun filled camping activity full of life lessons, good times, and friendships. Campers share their favorite outdoor activities as well as what they’ve learned. Join [...]
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218. From avoiding walks to looking forward to them Check complete show notes hereEpisode 218: From avoiding walks to looking forward to themReactive Redefined FREE Mini Course  Adventure Dog Academy FREE Mini CourseTrustworthy RecallsFollow us on Instagram @agoodfeeling_inco www.agoodfeelingdogtraining.comVetCs discount code DISORDERLYDOGS 10% off your purchase Leaving a 5-star review really helps this podcast reach other dog guardians in search of help for their dogs and I literally read every single one! Song credit: Podington Bear
Ep164 Four Core Skills For Dogs This week we'll talk about some skills that dogs need to know to be good for grooming. I broke them down into four categories.
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