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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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4/11/23 – Why Behavioral Training? 4/11/23 – Why Behavioral Training?
4/18/23 – How to Pick a Puppy 4/18/23 – How to Pick a Puppy
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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
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.”
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Building Confidence with Familiarisation Most of us want to take our pup out-and-about with us; from the countryside walks to brunch at the local café or pub. We will plan to go on holiday, stay in hotels or visit friends, perhaps go to classes, a dog show or the local garden fête.To ensure these outings are as pleasant an experience for your dog as they are for you we need to begin to familiarise the youngster with these anticipated but unnatural environments.A familiarisation protocol should ensure that a puppy has the time to assess, observe, and become familiar with, the weird and wonderful life that will be their future. If you rush this and the pup becomes fearful of people at the cafe, then this shared outing may never be on your dream list.Do not rely on putting it right or fixing this associated anxiety at a later date. “Become familiar with” should never involve anxiety, it should always be gradual, never extreme and the pup should always have the right to say “no thanks”.FEATURE: Familiarisation
4/4/23 – Introducing a New Dog to the Home 4/4/23 – Introducing a New Dog to the Home
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Active Learning: 16 weeks old Kay Laurence and Frances McCormack of Learning About Dogs introduce a new member of Frances’ family: Nika, a collie pup from rescue.  You can follow Nika and Frances through their first year exploring the many questions that arise.In this episode: Nika is 16 weeks and a voracious learner. We talk about Nika's learning in particular what lifeskills she will learn from her Cup on a Stick activities. A range of resources and articles are on our website: Learn About Puppies
Ep181 Who Does The Teaching? Who does the teaching? That's an interesting question, isn't it? So if we have a dog that has trouble with grooming, that has some difficulty, is showing some behavior that we do not want, is it the groomer who does the training? Is it a trainer, a behavior consultant? Is it an owner? Let's talk about all of our options this week. The full transcript! [00:00:00] Chrissy: Episode 180 1. Who does the teaching? That's an interesting question, isn't it? So if we have a dog that has trouble with grooming, that has some difficulty, is showing some behavior that we do not want, is it the groomer who does the training? Is it a trainer, a behavior consultant? Is it an owner? Let's talk about all of our options this week. [00:00:20] You're listening to the Creating Great Grooming Dog Show. I'm Chrissy Newmeyer Smith. I'm a master groomer behavior specialist. I'm a certified professional groomer, a certified behavior consultant for canines, a certified professional dog trainer and instructor at Whole Pet Grooming Academy, and the owner of Happy Critters in Nashua, New Hampshire. [00:00:37] And this my friends and colleagues, is the show where grooming and training. . So let's get into this a little bit today because I think that, , we all start wondering, well, where will this dog learn a new skill if it comes down to training? And I know some of you are kind of new to that idea that we can teach the dogs to be good for it. [00:00:56] And I hear you. , it was not always what I thought either, but we can, we can teach them to be good for it. So who does? , so my quick answer is that I think it needs to be collaborative. I think that it's more than just one person who does that . I think that that's something that we need to do as a group. [00:01:13] And what I mean by that is there is some stuff that the Grimmer is gonna need to do differently. , there's stuff that the owners should be sent home with also, and we often will have to work with a trainer or with somebody else in that dog's life also. Now, the reason. Let's get into just a little bit about why, , I hear groomers say things like, oh, but owners will just make it worse if they go home, they go home with the owner and the owner's gonna make it worse. [00:01:42] And let me explain what's going on there because I hear you, I hear what you're saying, and I know that owners can definitely make it worse. But what a lot of non trainers don't realize is that dog training is all about talking to owners. Dog training's all about teaching people [00:02:00] and it's really a unique skillset. [00:02:02] , it takes a long time to learn how to effectively teach people. And so what do you need to be able to teach people, ? You need to have them understand how to do something that's important. And it may seem really obvious, but think about how many of our owners have trouble brush. Even if they have the right tool, have trouble brushing, even if they have the right tool, and they have been shown a few times, they're still having trouble just brushing, which you would think, but you brush your own hair. [00:02:32] How could that be hard? But it is. Okay. So our owners need to understand how to do a thing, and that's where dog trainers are very good at helping owners understand. Here's another part for owners owners need to understand why. Why does he need to know how to do this? [00:02:52] Why is this gonna make a difference for this dog? Why is it gonna make a difference for them? Why, why are we even spending the time on it? Because if they don't understand why, then they might be stressing their dog out at home trying to just touch 'em with stuff. The classic example is the person who's been massaging his feet. [00:03:13] Oh, I just know the, the trainer said we should touch his feet a lot. , and actually non groomers don't really understand the purpose of foot touching, which is why we get a lot of dogs who have a lot of behavior problems, even though people have been touching their feet. Because it is not enough. , it's not extensive enough. [00:03:33] It does not translate to nail trimming directly. So it's not a bad. , but it's just sort of like the, the very bare minimum . So they need to understand why. They need to know why. Why are we doing a thing? What are we working toward, so we have the how, how are we gonna do it? The why are we doing it? [00:03:52] What are we working toward? Like what does the finished product look like? And that's part of goal setting,[00:04:00] ? What does the finished product look like? What do I want your dog to be able to. during the next grooming appointment. Is it, maybe it's standing still on a table, maybe it's being brushed. , maybe it's, touching a tail. [00:04:16] What is it that we actually want this to look like when we see this dog next that gives an owner the, the idea of like, what would they need to teach now? The other pa
EBD255 Cultivating Connection, Strength and Empathy In this episode, Kathy celebrates the connection between women and their dogs as a source of strength, vulnerability, and empathy.    This unique approach draws from the power within, taking the focus away from outdated approaches of power-over and dominance to one of collaboration and connection. By fostering a partnership with our dogs, we are showing them the respect they deserve, and contributing to a new age of leading with love and empathy.    Kathy shares her big “why,” and her inspiration to help dog moms to experience a full and happy life that brings them closer to their dogs. She talks about the true meaning of power and why it doesn’t mean what we’ve been conditioned to think it does.   If you’re ready to be inspired, and proud to be a dog mom, this is the episode for you!   In this episode:   We are healing from generations of cultural and societal conditioning and working towards a more cooperative way of living with our dogs. By partnering with our dogs we can support them to be respected members of the family and the planet. Our sisterhood celebrates a connection with our dogs that is rooted in strength, vulnerability and empathy. Power has been historically defined in terms of strength and dominance, but now it is shifting toward our ability to achieve purpose and effect change through collaboration, connection, empathy, and love. Quotes:   “Our sisterhood celebrates a connection with our dogs that is rooted in strength, vulnerability and empathy.”   “We are healing from generations of cultural and societal conditioning of ‘power over’ and working towards a more cooperative way of living with our dogs.” “Becoming the badass, strong, soft, and wholehearted human that we are meant to be is inspired by our love for dogs.”   “Understanding the power of collaboration, connection, empathy, and love is the key to leading way to living in harmony with our dogs, and with each other.”
4/4/23 – Introducing a New Dog to the Home 4/4/23 – Introducing a New Dog to the Home
Learning to say "no" to your pup Kay Laurence and Frances McCormack of Learning About Dogs introduce a new member of Frances’ family: Nika, a collie pup from rescue.  You can follow Nika and Frances through their first year exploring the many questions that arise.In this episode: we talk about learning to say "no". and at the same time avoid shutting down your enquisitive pup who wants to run everywhere, put everything in their mouth, jump, grab and shred. Learn to see what learning they are seeking and how you can divert that into a lifeskill. More reading:Stop Doing That an Articles that examines how we can teach a "Cease That"  behaviour via teaching an alternative, and employing blocking, stationing, and consistency.A range of resources and articles are on our website: Learn About Puppies
 
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Jeff Meyer Interviews Police Attorney Taylor Rahn In this episode of HITS K9 Radio, hear Jeff Meyer talk with Taylor Rahn. Taylor is a attorney in New Mexico who specializes in defending police officers. Taylor gives some great advice and insight that will help protect you while doing your job. 
 
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3/28/23 – Socializing Puppies 3/28/23 – Socializing Puppies
3/28/23 – Socializing Puppies 3/28/23 – Socializing Puppies
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EBD254 Our Legacy: Creating a Better World for Dogs and Their Women Join Kathy Kawalec in a heartfelt discussion on the importance of connection and creating a legacy of kindness and cooperation that will positively affect generations to come.   In this episode of "Enlightened by Dogs," host Kathy Kawalec invites you to explore your legacy as a dog mom and to consider how you can make a positive impact on the world through your relationship with your dogs.    As conscious dog moms, we have the opportunity and a responsibility to create a better world for us and our dogs, and that's exactly what Kathy explores in this episode.   Drawing on the wisdom of Marianne Williamson and her own experiences, Kathy emphasizes the importance of connection and self-discovery in creating a fulfilling and meaningful life with our dogs.   Kathy discusses the unique partnership between humans and dogs, and how this partnership can lead to mutual growth and connection when approached with empathy, compassion, and a willingness to listen to our dogs' honest communication.    She encourages listeners to choose a legacy of kindness and cooperation over control and obedience, and to embrace the feminine wisdom that recognizes the importance of connection, trust, and feeling safe in our relationships with our dogs.   In this episode, listeners will learn:   The importance of connection and self-discovery in creating a fulfilling life with dogs. The value of honest communication and reflection in our relationships with our dogs. The power of choosing a legacy of kindness and cooperation in our relationships with our dogs.   Quotes:   "Connection is the energy that exists between two sentient beings when they feel seen, heard and valued."   "The gift of truth from our dogs is simple: we are on this journey together, and our hearts will lead the way toward a life of cooperation, connection, and love without condition."   "Interspecies cooperation does not come from training obedience, expecting compliance, controlling resources or transacting with rewards … it comes from empathy, compassion, kindness, clarity, connection, feeling safe, and TRUST."
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Episode No. 103: "The Episode About Doing Nothing" The Old Dogs ask whether it's possible, truly, to do absolutely nothing. And, if so, how much practice does it take? Podnuggets: A Case of Foreign Accent Syndrome. The Dutch Art of Doing Nothing. The Oldest Flight Attendant. Bye, Bye to Landlines. The Top Five Regrets of the Dying.The Old Dogs Conversation is with Marc Cashman, a rather well-known voiceover coach with a history of writing funny radio commercials, being a sought-after voice talent, and narrator of some 200 audiobooks. Marc talks about the past, present and future of the voiceover business.
3/21/23 – When is it Time to Euthanize a Dog? 3/21/23 – When is it Time to Euthanize a Dog?
A Partnership: stand up for your puppy Kay Laurence and Frances McCormack of Learning About Dogs introduce a new member of Frances’ family: Nika, a collie pup from rescue.  You can follow Nika and Frances through their first year exploring the many questions that arise.In this episode: we talk about those tricky situations where you need to protect your pup from uninvited approaches from strangers when you feel the pressure to avoid seeming to be rude. Your contract, or loyalty is to your dog, not a stranger.  You can say "no", but thank you for admiring my puppy. Our consideration is for the long term  future of this puppy not the short term momentary pleasures of a passing stranger.  More reading: Lifestyle: Out and About A familiarisation protocol should ensure that a puppy has the time to become familiar with the weird and wonderful life that will be their future. This blog also examines verbal cues and how to handle strangers who want to touch the puppy.A range of resources and articles are on our website: Learn About Puppies
If it’s not working out, what are your options? – with Gia Savocchi In some cases, you can be doing ALL the right things to help your pets coexist, but everyone is still stressed and unable to live together peacefully. Unfortunately, there's a lot of pressure on well-meaning pet parents who are struggling. And that really sucks.In my chat with fellow pet professional Gia Savocchi, we talk about:how external pressures might cause people to keep their pets in a less-than-ideal situationthe unhealthy double-standard: adoption = good, rehoming = badhow to intervene in conflicts between your animals (instead of relying on one to stand up for themselves)why educating the general public about normal dog and cat behavior is so importantWant to dive a bit deeper?Check out this episode's show notes for Gia's full bio and contact info, pictures of her pets, bonus content, and the resources we mentioned – praiseworthypets.com/podcast-shownotes/64If 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!And if you love the podcast and want to support me as I continue to create new episodes, join the other cat-and-dog people in the Podcast Supporters space inside the Cat and Dog Coexistence Club! Go to praiseworthypets.com/support-the-podcast to learn more ❤️?❤️? ?❤️? ?❤️? ?❤️?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 Podcasts (or wherever you listen to your podcasts)DM me on Instagram – tell me what you liked about the episode, questions you have, or suggestions for the podcasttell a friend about It's Training Cats and Dogs – there's no link, cause that's a real life kind of thing ?
3/21/23 – When is it Time to Euthanize a Dog? 3/21/23 – When is it Time to Euthanize a Dog?
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Part 2 of Training Narcotics Dogs on Fentanyl This episode is part 2 of our 2 part series discussing training narcotics dogs on Fentanyl. In this episode Jeff Meyer talks with K9 expert Gary Hadden about ways he has successfully introduced this training to his agency. 
 

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Building the First Routines Kay Laurence and Frances McCormack of Learning About Dogs introduce a new member of Frances’ family: Nika, a collie pup from rescue.  You can follow Nika and Frances through their first year exploring the many questions that arise. In this episode: Nika’s learning is already well underway, but toileting outdoors is a work in progress. In this episode, we think about routines, management, and tackle the Great Puppy Pad Debate head on!
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EBD253 Reactive or Role Model? Dogs Look to Us for Clues There are lots of things that can happen outside our home that can set our dogs off on a barking or reactive spiral that disrupts the peace. Landscapers, construction workers, things in the sky, oh my! The good news is that our dogs look to us for clues on how to behave, so when we are a solid role model, it can change everything!   In this episode, Kathy will share some real-life examples with her own dogs, where she was able to be a role model for her dogs and prevent reactive behavior from developing or escalating.   Because dogs easily mirror our behavior, that means that when we learn to be responsible for our own behavior, our dogs start to learn ‘how we do things’.  Kathy gives you three really clear examples that you use in your own life with your dogs.   In order for role modeling to work well with your own dogs, you'll need to start with some foundation principles. Take note of the four steps Kathy shares as your takeaway action steps to get started. In this episode:   Kathy gives a few personal examples of how she acts as a role model for her dogs Why we need to address our own behavior first Why giving our dogs the freedom to choose to follow our lead is so powerful 4 steps to get started being a role model your dog loves to follow Quotes:   “My dogs know to look to me for guidance on how we respond to this unique situation.”   “When we role model for our dogs, we’re literally communicating with our thoughts, our emotions, and with our actions: this is no concern of ours.”   “Dogs naturally mirror our behavior. That means that we need to be responsible for our behavior.”   “All good relationships and partnerships are based on trust. When our dogs trust us to be good role models, they will follow our lead.”
Episode No. 102: "Are You Soured on Pickleball?" The old dogs ramble about the good old days before cell phones. We offer another edition of Ads 'n Fads. We acquaint you with the Swedish Art of Aging Exuberantly. We discuss the meaning and application of the wind chill factor. And we explain America's fastest-growing sport, pickleball. Our guest is MICHAEL McDONALD, a guy you need to know if you think you just can't handle the stuff that comes with age. A successful advertising executive, Michael battled depression for years, then suffered a couple of debilitating strokes that put a crimp in his retirement plans. In this conversation, Michael explains how he managed these trials and went on to live a happy and fulfilling life.
Golden Chilaquil: Becoming an Overnight Internet Sensation When a TikTok account goes from zero to over 800,000 in just two months, you know you've got something good. Our guest today is Karen Diaz, the parent and human behind the viral TikTok account, @goldenchilaquil. Chilaquil is a nine month old Golden Retriever puppy who was born in Toronto to a Mexican mom and Brazilian dad, and moved to Mexico City with his parents to avoid the cold winter. He has since become an internet sensation with a loyal following, brand deals, and his very own agent.
Should You Imprint Your Narc Dog on Fentanyl? Part 1 of 2 Fentanyl is a huge problem in our country and seems to be getting worse. The question of whether or not to imprint our narcotics dogs on this drug is complex. Since Fentanyl is technically legal (unlike the other odors we train for) what are the ramifications to future cases? How can you train in a safe manner with Fentanyl? Join HITS K9 Radio host Jeff Meyer as he talks to Mike Kmiecik from Sheepdog Guardian as they discuss all this and more. Part 2 will feature a trainer who has experience in the field training and deploying narcotics dogs to search for Fentanyl. 
 
To contact Jeff Meyer email him at [email protected]
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3/14/23 – Common Dog Illnesses 3/14/23 – Common Dog Illnesses
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3/14/23 – Common Dog Illnesses 3/14/23 – Common Dog Illnesses
EBD252 When Your Dog is "Protecting You in a Damaging Way What is the best thing to do when your dog is “protecting” you in an unwanted way that is damaging to you physically and emotionally?   Today Kathy is sharing a segment from a coaching call in from her Brilliant Partners Academy to discuss this exact situation…   This dog mom has a retired service dog who is feeling anxious right now, due to an allergy flareup, a new puppy in the family, and stress all around. Lola (the dog) has lately started overprotecting her human mom when delivery people come to their door. She is pulling really, really hard and almost pulling Diane out of her wheelchair.   Kathy works through the details and talks her student through the difference between when a dog is protecting us because it's clearly unsafe and we appreciate their protection, and when a dog is dangerously taking on a protective role unnecessarily.   What do we do? Well, there's this balance between permissive and clear and kind. We can focus on finding a balance that brings freedom and responsibility together, in order to create positive and lasting change in our family.   In this episode:   Managing Lola's stress and anxiety, implementing self-care strategies, and supporting each individual in the family. Strategies for preparation in advance of deliveries, using an emergency rescue as needed, while focusing on long-term solutions. Understanding how to be a clear, kind & confident loving leader for your anxious dog who doesn’t know what to do about their emotions.   Quotes:   "It's easy to forget how hard it is to adjust to a new family configuration. Just like us, our dogs need time to adapt and recalibrate. It’s important to create a peaceful family dynamic during this time."   "Having strategies to maintain safety, calm and cooperation in advance will prevent explosive reactions from our dogs. It's important to be proactive and guide them in a calm, clear and positive way."   "Our dogs' behavior can often be a reflection of their physical and emotional state, so taking steps to help them feel better can lead to a happier and calmer home."   "Even though our dogs can't speak to us, they communicate their needs and feelings in other ways. It's important to listen and work together to find solutions that will help both us and our dogs."   “Being a loving leader for your dog requires clarity, kindness and love.”
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Introducing Nika Kay Laurence and Frances McCormack of Learning About Dogs introduce a new member of Frances’ family: Nika, a collie pup from rescue.  You can follow Nika and Frances through their first year exploring the many questions that arise. In this episode: "Introducing Nika we talk about choosing a puppy from a litter, introducing a new dog to an existing canine resident, and why sometimes names just fit. "We have a range of Articles and Resources to help you both survive the first year.
First Days at Home Kay Laurence and Frances McCormack of Learning About Dogs introduce a new member of Frances’ family: Nika, a collie pup from rescue.  You can follow Nika and Frances through their first year exploring the many questions that arise. In this episode: "First Days At Home" we talk about making the transition for the new pup, and setting up success for her first few days meeting the rest of the family.
Canine Nutrition: How to Have the Healthiest & Happiest Dog With all the different information out there, it's hard to know what to feed your dog. Our guest today is Sara Starkman, a certified canine nutritionist, writer, recipe developer and founder of Heal DOGGY – a canine wellness hub that helps guide dog parents and pups on their journey to optimal well being. On this episode, we talk canine nutrition, health trends in the pet space, and overcoming dog parent guilt.
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S2. E5. Will Arnaout Freakin Pawsome "What's your process of addressing dog behavior?" Will and Briana discuss force free, balanced training and everything in between. Get into the mind of a dog trainer and behavior expert to learn how to address your dogs problem behaviors. This is an episode you won't want to miss.
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How to introduce a puppy to a (blind) cat – with Sammy Hyde When introducing two animals, how do you know when to move onto the next step? What are potential red flags that tell you to slow down?In this chat with fellow pet professional Sammy Hyde, we talk all about her blind cat Murdoch, the "king of the household." We broke down the ways Murdoch made it clear that he didn't want to live with another cat, and how things progressed differently when new puppy Freja came into their home.What you'll hear in this episode:why you have to be an objective observer of your pets’ behavior when they AREN’T with the other animalwhat makes the direction of behavior change, and not the speed, the most important aspect of a training planwhy the animals showing a lot of interest in each other (even if it seems friendly) isn't the green light for them have free access to each otherhow you decide which animal to call away when they need space from each otherWant to dive a bit deeper?Check out this episode's show notes for Sammy's full bio and contact info, pictures of Freja and Murdoch, bonus content, and the resources we mentioned – praiseworthypets.com/podcast-shownotes/63If you're a pet professional… Get in touch with Naomi to talk about one of your current cat-dog cases – I'm here to help!And if you love the podcast and want to support me as I continue to create new episodes, join the other cat-and-dog people in the Podcast Supporters space inside the Cat and Dog Coexistence Club! Go to praiseworthypets.com/support-the-podcast to learn more ❤️?❤️? ?❤️? ?❤️? ?❤️?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 Podcasts (or wherever you listen to your podcasts)DM me on Instagram – tell me what you liked about the episode, questions you have, or suggestions for the podcasttell a friend about It's Training Cats and Dogs – there's no link, cause that's a real life kind of thing ?
3/07/23 – Common Puppy Behavior Problems 3/07/23 – Common Puppy Behavior Problems
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3/07/23 – Common Puppy Behavior Problems 3/07/23 – Common Puppy Behavior Problems
EBD251 How to Stay Connected and Avoid Over-Arousal When Your Dog Is Keen On Farm Animals or Wildlife In this episode Kathy talks about the importance of creating a deeper connection with our dogs as a way to avoid over-arousal. When dogs are keen about animals, she emphasizes that we should stay present, observe, and communicate with our dogs as we guide and support their development.    Kathy is sharing a segment where she is coaching one of her students who has a young border collie who is showing keen interest in the sheep and horses on her farm. They work out how to best handle the situation right now, and how to prepare for future developments as her dog matures.   She also discusses the importance of adjusting our plan when things change and our dogs become keen to work or show signs of over-arousal. This means paying attention to subtle changes in behavior and body language that may indicate a shift in their mindset.    By staying present, connected and responsive, you can help your dog feel supported and understood, which ultimately strengthens your bond and improves their ability to be cooperative.   Key takeaways:   Staying connected, being mindful and present is important in building a deeper connection and more cooperation with our dogs.   We should adjust our plan when our dogs become keen to work or show signs of over-arousal, and experiment with ways to manage daily routines in a way that keeps both us and our dogs from getting over-aroused.   Dogs need our guidance and role modeling to successfully live together with us in different environments.   Changes in a dog's behavior can signal their preferences or interests, so it's important to stay connected and pay attention to them.   Working a herding dog requires patience, consistency, and confidence, but it can also bring excitement and keenness that will level off with time, maturity and your guidance.   When a situation becomes too hard or over-arousing for the dog or the human, it's best to experiment and find new ways to stay together as partners without getting frustrated or angry.  Memorable quotes:   “By approaching your interactions with your dog with mindfulness and intention, you can cultivate a deeper understanding and connection that will benefit both of you in the long run.”   “Noticing subtle changes in your dog’s behavior and body language that may indicate a shift in their mindset will help you to better support your dog before their behavior escalates into over-arousal.”   “Once your dog gets over-aroused or you get frustrated or angry, it’s simply not possible to think or learn or teach in that moment. Always do your best to get ahead of that with mindful consideration and planning.”   “When you stick with the plan, ultimately you’ll have a very keen, very confident dog who is also a really solid partner.”   “I need to be really present. I need to know what triggers me. I need to know myself and know when I need to change things in our routine so that it’s really easy for me to be present and able to best support my dogs at that time.”   “We are the hinge pin that makes everything work the way it’s supposed to, so it’s important to know ourselves well enough to plan ahead, before something ‘bad’ happens.”
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The Worst Part of the Best Job in the World In this episode of HITS k9 Radio host Jeff Meyer talks about the worst part of our profession, losing your partner. At some point all handlers will have to deal with the loss of a partner and Jeff talks about some of the ways to be better prepared for that day.
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Be Careful When You Call a Dog “Aggressive” Housecall veterinary behaviorist Dr. Sarah Cutler on handling "aggression issues" with dogs, avoid demonizing dogs, who are usually reacting from fear
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Easton Wood & Tom Boyd We never do things by halves on The Two Dogs Podcast so in this episode we present two premiership players, one of whom was captain of the flag winning team and the other a pivotal part of making a premiership a reality. 
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What Is My Dog Thinking? Speaking to Dogs Past and Present With Nancy Mello What are our dog's thinking? Where do they go when they pass away? Our guest today is Nancy Mello. As you may remember from our previous episode with her, Nancy is an animal communicator and Evidential Medium. She prides herself in end-of-life pet work and helping pets with problem behaviors in over sixty countries. She has helped find 121 pets since 2020. On this episode, Nancy connect's to our dogs, including two who have passed away.
Can We Read a Dog's Body Language? (Plus Our Bagel Orders & Internet Pet Peeves) This week, Team Dogist sat down for a chat about our typical bagel orders, our internet pet peeves, and a quiz to see if we know how to read dog body language.
#173: Dealing with Problem Behaviors – Using Alternate Behaviors In this episode, we discuss that the first step to dealing with a problem behavior is to identify the function, figuring out a plan to control access if possible and practical, if that reinforcer is not practical to work with, identifying a substitute reinforcer that is as close as possible to the original, choosing your alternate behavior, strategies if you are teaching the alternate behavior from scratch, deciding if you’ll be using differential reinforcement, and if you are not planning to use differential reinforcement, planning to setup the environment for (mostly) errorless learning. For full show notes and transcript, visit: www.hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/173 This podcast is supported by MET Conference 2023: www.metconference.com/
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2/28/23 – Grief Over Losing a Dog 2/28/23 – Grief Over Losing a Dog
Episode No. 101: "I Can't Afford to be Young Again!" The Old Dogs wonder how much time and money we're willing to spend trying to be 18 again. Our Chief Aging Officer Kathleen O'Brien gets a notion to write a novel. And once again Jim gets embarrassed again by getting stumped. Again. The Old Dogs conversation is with Ray Schilens, who answers a lot of questions about how the medium of radio has changed in the last 20 years.
2/28/23 – Grief Over Losing a Dog 2/28/23 – Grief Over Losing a Dog
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EBD250 How Reward-Based Obedience Training Damages Trust In Your Relationship with Your Dog Join us today as Kathy discusses the impact of reward-based obedience training on the relationship with our dogs. She explains how a transactional approach can damage trust and make cooperation difficult.    The transactional dynamic of reward-based training can lead to power imbalances, erode trust, and cause stress and anxiety for dogs. On the other hand, building a partnership based on trust and love creates a natural and fluid dynamic where dogs are motivated to cooperate without being rewarded for performing specific behaviors.   Embrace a new way of living with your dog that prioritizes trust and love over obedience and rewards.    In this episode:   The problems with reward-based obedience training and the transactional dynamic it creates. The power imbalances that arise in a relationship that is focused on transactions. The benefits of a partnership-based approach that is built on love, connection and trust. The negative effects of compliance and obedience-based training include increased stress and anxiety levels, and decreased confidence and cooperation.   Quotable Moments:   "A reward-based transactional approach can erode the trust that forms the foundation of a positive relationship between a dog mom and her dog."   "Trust and mutual respect can reduce stress and anxiety levels in both the dog and the human."   "A partnership-based relationship allows the dog mom and their dog to work together as a team, rather than relying on traditional obedience training methods to encourage cooperation."   “We are culturally conditioned to believe that dogs aren’t capable of choosing to be loving, playful, well-behaved partners without being paid to be so. That is simply not true.”   ~KATHY KAWALEC
Ep180 Humane Treatment This week we're talking about Humane Treatment. That whole idea of "I'm not hurting him.", "This needs to be done.", "This is really important." We'll talk about some of the humane aspects we must look at as groomers, veterinarians, vet techs, and owners. Find the podcast on your favorite podcast host or check out the website CreatingGreatGroomingDogs.com to listen or watch there. Want to learn more about behavior? My Master Groomer Behavior Specialist program consists of 4 eight week courses. They are entirely online and include weekly zoom classroom time. The program is through The Whole Pet Grooming Academy. For more information about this fully online course, go to WholePetNH.com.   #dogtrainer #dogtrainers #dogtraining #dogpodcast #dogpodcasters #doggroomer #doggroomers #doggrooming #MasterGroomerBehaviorSpecialist #petstylist #petstyling #ccpdt #iaabc #apdt #cbcc #cpdt #fearfree #fearfreecertifiedprofessional #fearfreepets #positivereinforcementtraining #positivetraining #dogsofinstagram #doggroomersofinstagram #dogtrainersofinstagram #akcsafetycertifiedgroomer #dogbusiness #schoolforgroomers #holisticgrooming #wholisticgrooming #WholePetGroomingAcademy
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We weren't making progress… then we joined the Club! Have you been working with your pets for a while to try to get them to live together peacefully… but you're just not seeing the results you want?In this episode, Naomi talks with Menghan, one of the amazing members of the Cat and Dog Coexistence Club. Menghan breaks down her experience in the community and the transformations her cat (Lindy) and her dog (Penny) have gone through since getting more personalized help with their training plan and support from other super cool cat-and-dog people ?What you'll hear in this episode:how Lindy and Penny's relationship started (and how they interact now)why they didn't get much closer in the first month of Club membershipwhat Menghan was trying before she reached out for more helpwhen the pets had a breakthrough and things started to fall into placeWant to dive a bit deeper?Find pics/videos of Penny and Lindy throughout their journey to coexistence (and some of the questions Menghan posted in the community) in the full show notes: praiseworthypets.com/podcast-shownotes/62And if you love the podcast and want to support me as I continue to create new episodes, join the other cat-and-dog people in the Podcast Supporters space inside the Cat and Dog Coexistence Club! Go to praiseworthypets.com/support-the-podcast to learn more ❤️?❤️? ?❤️? ?❤️? ?❤️?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 Podcasts (or wherever you listen to your podcasts)DM me on Instagram – tell me what you liked about the episode, questions you have, or suggestions for the podcasttell a friend about It's Training Cats and Dogs – there's no link, cause that's a real life kind of thing ?
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Ep. 24 – Cat Chats – Trending or Turmoil with Daniel "DQ" Quagliozzi of Go Cats Go Adrianna is back with another segment of Cat Chats!We had the pleasure of connecting with Daniel "DQ" Quagliozzi from Go Cat Go San Fransisco.Adrianna and Daniel chat about the dangers of social media and and the lengths, and boundaries we push when it comes to viral videos and our furry family members.To what extent will we negatively impact our cat's (or dog's) emotional and physical wellbeing for views and likes?Make sure to follow Daniel on instagram!@gocatgosfYou can follow Adrianna – @candorcatsYou can follow us – @iletthedogsoutpodcastIMPORTANT NOTE:This podcast is for general media consumption.  If you are seeing behavioural or health concerns with your pet, please contact a certified professional.
2/21/23 – Dogs Dealing with Pain 2/21/23 – Dogs Dealing with Pain
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EBD 249 Unleash the Love: Tips for Deepening Your Connection with Your Dog In this episode, host Kathy Kawalec shares five tips on how you can deepen your love and connection with your dog. Through a story about a dog mom named Sarah and her dog who had a challenging past, listeners will learn how to implement the following tips in their own lives: How to spend quality time with your dog in small ways that matter Building trust with your dog by creating a safe and loving environment How to approach your relationship with your dog as a partnership Calming your dog's over-aroused behavior through cooperative activities Strategies for celebrating love and connection, patience and understanding   Kathy shares how each of these tips helped Sarah deepen her connection with her dog, and provides practical advice for listeners to start incorporating these tips into their daily routines. This episode is a must-listen for any dog mom looking to improve their relationship with their dog.   Listen now and learn how to “unleash the love and deepen the connection” with your four-legged companion!   QUOTES:   "A true bond with our dogs is built on trust, understanding, and mutual respect. It's a partnership that brings joy and happiness to both of our lives." – Kathy Kawalec   "When we approach our relationship with our dogs as a partnership, we're investing in their long-term well-being and happiness." – Kathy Kawalec   "Create a loving environment where your dog feels safe and confident. Your relationship will thrive." – Kathy Kawalec   LOVE TO LEARN MORE?  Become a calm and confident Dog Mom with a cooperative, happy dog … without obedience training, or relying on treats or arousing games, or corrections of any type.    Here are some next steps:   SUBSCRIBE to Kathy’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/DancingHeartsDogAcademy/videos   LISTEN or READ Kathy’s Podcast and Blog on her Website: https://dancingheartsdogacademy.com/   GET STARTED work with Kathy: https://dancinghearts.link/foundation   LET’S CONNECT on the socials for more partnership tips and advice: -Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dancinghearts/ -Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kathykawalec/   LISTEN TO PODCASTS: Subscribe to the Enlightened By Dogs podcast in your favorite app! Don’t forget to leave us a rating and review – it would make Kathy very happy!   Subscribe on  Apple Podcasts | Listen on Spotify Connect on Facebook: facebook.com/dancinghearts/
What Is My Dog REALLY Thinking: Speaking to Dogs Past and Present With Nancy Mello What are our dog's thinking? Where do they go when they pass away? Our guest today is Nancy Mello. As you may remember from our previous episode with her, Nancy is an animal communicator and Evidential Medium. She prides herself in end-of-life pet work and helping pets with problem behaviors in over sixty countries. She has helped find 121 pets since 2020. On this episode, Nancy connect's to our dogs, including two who have passed away.
2/21/23 – Dogs Dealing with Pain 2/21/23 – Dogs Dealing with Pain
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Ep 179 Where To Start This week, we'll talk about what you're supposed to do if a dog is worried. If a dog is scared if a dog is being aggressive or acting aggressively, what can we do?  Find the podcast on your favorite podcast host, watch at https://www.youtube.com/@creatinggreatgroomingdogs, or check out the website CreatingGreatGroomingDogs.com to listen or watch there.  Want to learn more about behavior? My Master Groomer Behavior Specialist program consists of 4 eight week courses. They are entirely online and include weekly zoom classroom time. The program is through The Whole Pet Grooming Academy. For more information about this fully online course, go to WholePetNH.com #dogtrainer #dogtrainers #dogtraining #dogpodcast #dogpodcasters #doggroomer #doggroomers #doggrooming #MasterGroomerBehaviorSpecialist #petstylist #petstyling #ccpdt #iaabc #apdt #cbcc #cpdt #fearfree #fearfreecertifiedprofessional #fearfreepets #positivereinforcementtraining #positivetraining #dogsofinstagram #doggroomersofinstagram #dogtrainersofinstagram #akcsafetycertifiedgroomer #dogbusiness #schoolforgroomers #holisticgrooming <a class="yt-simple-endpoint style-scope yt-formatted-stri
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