James Gorman dog lover, science writer for The New York Times, author and narrator, is stepping away from the newspaper after almost three decades. He is the author of books on hypochondria, penguins, dinosaurs and the ocean around Antarctica. He writes about animals, viruses, archaeology and the evolution of dogs and he's also taught science writing at New York University, Fordham University and as part of Stanford University's online program. In this conversation he deep dives into many of his articles over the years including his most recent ‘How old is the Maltese really?'. He also lifts the lid on his approach to telling fascinating science stories and shares his thoughts around the science and reporting on the COVID pandemic. About James Gorman James Gorman is a science writer at large for The New York Times and the author of books on hypochondria, penguins, dinosaurs and the ocean around Antarctica. He writes about animals, viruses, archaeology and the evolution of dogs. He has been at The Times since 1993, as an editor on The New York Times Magazine, deputy science editor, editor of a personal technology section, outdoors columnist, science columnist and editor of Science Times. From 2013 to 2019 he wrote and narrated the video feature “ScienceTake.” Over the course of his career at the Times and elsewhere, James Gorman has written about everything from the invention of flea collars to the nature of consciousness. Most recently he has covered the lives of animals, the evolution of dogs and viral diseases in animals. The New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/by/james-gorman Twitter: https://twitter.com/jimgorman About The Long Leash Thank you for joining us. If you have enjoyed listening, please SUBSCRIBE so you'll never miss out! Check out Dog Podcast Network for other dog-adjacent shows. Follow us in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
In this episode of K9 Conservationists, Kayla Fratt talks about off-leash etiquette in order to keep your dogs, yourself, others, and the environment safe. Discussed in this Podcast: Off-leash is a privilege and owners carry a responsibility when utilizing that privilege Ensure your dog has solid recall, especially around distractions Look for signage; follow the law - if the trail or area is on leash, there's a reason for it When you arrive at a trail, observe your surroundings Are there lots of cars indicating lots of people? Do the cars have bike racks? If so, is your dog reliable around bikes? When in doubt, use a long line Not only do you have to think about the safety of other people and dogs, you also have to think about the environment Your dog should not chase any wildlife; even if they don't catch it, that is undue stress on wildlife Do research on what animals live in the environment you're in to ensure yours and the wildlife's safety Links Mentioned in the Episode: None You can support the K9 Conservationists Podcast by joining our Patreon at patreon.com/k9conservationists. K9 Conservationists Website Go Fund Me
Leash handling is the foundation of your relationship with your dog and Dru has created a patent pending 4-in-1 leash for any scenario. Takeaways: 1. 1-Stop Shop leash 2. 1 tool for different situations 3. Gaining control before control is a problem Links: Dru's Leash Water Color Paintings Outro Music: “Bad Dog” written by John Fusco and featured on his acclaimed double album “John the Revelator” Commercial Music: https://www.bensound.com
Episode 119: Part 1 of 2. Throughout the 1950s, the CIA, through a number of secret fronts, provided funding and publicity for abstract modern art in the United States. Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko became arrows in the Cold War quiver, as the Agency turned them, and scores of other modern artists into unwitting agents of American propaganda. How and why did the CIA accomplish this, and what does it mean for the relationship between modernism and politics?Twitter: Link Patreon: LinkShirts and more: LinkSources and Further ReadingHow MoMA and the CIA Conspired to Use Unwitting Artists to Promote American Propaganda During the Cold War: LinkArt For Art's Sake: LinkModern art was CIA 'weapon': LinkHow the CIA Secretly Used Jackson Pollock to Fight the Cold War: LinkThe New American Painting, 1959: LinkThe new American painting, as shown in eight European countries, 1958-1959: LinkAn Era-Defining 1930s Mural of American Excess and Industry Is Revived: LinkDickstein, Morris. Dancing in the dark: A cultural history of the Great Depression. WW Norton & Company, 2009.Alfred Barr, ‘Introduction', in The New American Painting, 1959: LinkThe CIA and the Cultural Cold War Revisited: Link
This is a recording of a live Q and A done on Instagram, @schoolforthedogs. Annie had not childcare while doing this episode and hoped her infant would stay asleep the whole time, but...she didn't! Annie answer's listener's questions about... -An older Cheweenie who has stopped peeing/pooping in the yard ever since a younger, smaller dog came to live with them. -A dog who will only go in the yard when the owner is there with him. -A newly-adopted senior Chihuahua who is goes bonkers when seeing other dogs on the street and -A Bernedoodle who is jumping on people. Get alerted about the next one or ask a question in advance at http://schoolforthedogs.com/qanda. Mentioned in this episode: Episode 117 | Dog Training Q and A! 2/4/2021: Is it okay if my dog only “goes” once a day? Also: Counter surfing, curbing barking in the dog park, helping a dog feel okay about the car after a car crash, and more https://bit.ly/3oZ703x SFTD's Sidewalks Psychos class https://www.schoolforthedogs.com/services/sidewalk-psychos/
Jane Cowan is an Australian journalist who has reported from around the world including as a foreign correspondent in the United States. But as life would have it, her biggest assignment as an investigative journalist would be the one that set her on the path to save her dog's life. Jane spent 20 years at Australia's national broadcaster the ABC, reporting on some of the biggest stories. When she returned home to Australia to work as a photojournalist, it was finally time to get a dog. But in 2018 everything changed when her Boxer dog Shiva got very sick and almost died. He went from a happy, healthy 18-month-old puppy to being unable to bend down or move his neck. He was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition and prescribed steroids as treatment. But the drug damage that came from that decision, set Jane on an investigative journey that would see her dive head-first into the world of canine health and wellbeing, swapping her decades in news reporting to become a dog blogger and author of a book on how to raise a healthier dog. About Jane Cowan Jane Cowan is the author of Supercanine: How to Raise a Healthier Dog or Revitalize a Sick One. The book is drawn from her experiences restoring her own dog's health after drug damage caused by steroids prescribed for an autoimmune condition. Jane spent two decades as an award-winning journalist for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, including six years as a foreign correspondent based in the United States, before walking away from it all to apply her investigative training to canine health and wellbeing. She writes the Boxer Dog Diaries, a comprehensive resource for Boxer owners and the blog Shiny Happy Doggy. The Boxer Dog Diaries: https://boxerdogdiaries.com/ Shiny Happy Doggy: https://shinyhappydoggy.com/home/ Supercanine: https://www.amazon.com/Supercanine-Raise-Healthier-Revitalize-Sick-ebook/dp/B08W9Z2HPF Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Supercanine-103004585163202 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/boxerdoglife/ About The Long Leash Thank you for joining us. If you have enjoyed listening, please SUBSCRIBE so you'll never miss out! Check out Dog Podcast Network for other dog-adjacent shows. Follow us in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Joe Madison interviews award-winning TV host Host Tamron Hall about her work with the Purple Leash Project, a campaign that is dedicated to making domestic violence shelters more accessible for survivors and their pets.
At the top of his game, Rich Bassman was a high-ranking Disney executive, big-time concert promoter, TV and Movie producer and owned Professional Wrestling and Mixed martial Arts brands & fighting gyms. But at the bottom he battled Stage 4 testicular and lung cancer, homelessness, poverty, addiction and was shot, stabbed and bitten. So, who and where is he now? Rick Bassman is an American entrepreneur, talent agent, author and podcaster among other things. He is unlike anyone you've probably ever met – in his words, he is a contradiction in terms. Someone who is just as apt at digging a bullet out of his belly as he is to cry at a love story. He counts, among his best friends, career criminals, environmentalists, hard-drinking street brawlers and business leaders. But as he says, they all have one thing in common, they are good people. In this Long Leash, Rick talks candidly about his near-death in his teens, the day his mother left and never came home, his love of dogs, love for life and his mission to change perceptions about Pit Bulls. About Rick Bassman Like his guests on his podcast Talking Tough, Rick Bassman was also at the top of his world. Also like his guests, he crashed to the bottom in spectacular fashion. From being the highest-ranking executive ever hired by The Walt Disney Company without a college degree and winning an Emmy Award, to travelling the world with artists like Guns N Roses, to owning his own successful Pro Wrestling and Mixed Martial Arts brands. And his “highs” were always interspersed with “lows…” including Stage 4 cancer, the loss of many close to him, countless street fights, a wrecked spine, life-threatening infections which led him to choose three decades-long depression, homelessness and addiction. And also like his Guests, Rick is rising again, taking responsibility for his life, consciously finding an ever-widening path to peace and spirituality, and giving his all to be of service. Talking Tough podcast: https://www.talking-tough.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/wewinnow/about Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wewin2177/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rickbassman/ Linda Blair Worldheart Foundation: http://www.lindablairworldheart.org/ About The Long Leash Thank you for joining us. If you have enjoyed listening, please SUBSCRIBE so you'll never miss out! Check out Dog Podcast Network for other dog-adjacent shows. Follow us in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Kevin and Thom opened the show with stories of stolen cars, paper routs, and the worst job in Allentown, PA. The boys discussed Ron Rivera's answer to the question, 'how long is the leash for Taylor Heinicke'? They also discussed Matt Ryan's potential availability and whether or not Ryan Zimmerman's upcoming weekend in Washington will be his last. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Many people think that dogs just innately know how to walk politely on a leash, but this skill is something that needs to be trained. It's an important skill to teach, and one you'll value every time you take your dog out for a walk. Dog training expert and AKC Family Dog training and behavior columnist Kathy Santo offers the following tips: Training Your Dog to Walk on a Leash Introduce the puppy to the collar or harness and leash. Start out by letting him get used to wearing a collar or harness and a leash. Let him wear them for short periods of time in the house while you are playing with him and giving him treats. The puppy should love collar-and-leash time because it represents food and fun. Teach a cue. Introduce your puppy to a sound cue that means, “food is coming.” Some people like to click and treat, some people use a word like “yes,” and some people cluck their tongue. Whichever you use, the method is the same: In a quiet, distraction-free area, with the puppy on a leash and collar, make the sound. The second your puppy turns toward you and/or looks at you, reward him with a treat. After a few repetitions, you'll notice your puppy not only looking at you, but also coming over to you for the treat. Make the puppy come to you. While he's on his way to you, still wearing the leash and collar, back up a few paces and then reward him when he gets to you. Continue the progression until your puppy, upon hearing the cue noise, comes to you and walks with you a few paces. Remember that puppies have a short attention span, so keep your sessions short, and end them when your puppy is still eager to do more, not when he's mentally exhausted. Practice inside. Now that your puppy understands how to come to you, practice walking a few steps in a room with little distraction. Feeling and seeing the leash around him will be enough of a challenge. Offer treats and praise as your puppy gets used to coming to you, as described above, with a leash on. Take it outside. Finally, you're ready to test your puppy's skills in the Great Outdoors. There will be new challenges with this step because all the sounds, smells, and sights your puppy encounters will be intriguing and new to him. Be patient and keep the first walks short. While you're on a walk, if your puppy looks as if he's about to lunge toward something or is about to get distracted (you'll notice this because you will keep your eyes on him at all times), make your cue sound and move a few steps away. Then reward him with a treat for following you.
Katie talks about diatomaceous earth and how it can to control parasites in your dog. She talks talks about eye drops for your dog, and cats that deal with Struvite Bladder Stones.
In the last 20 years pets have gone from the backyard to sleeping on our beds, then showing up in every corner of America. But what has this complete shift in our relationship with pets meant for society? Lawyer, strategist and author Mark Cushing has explored this phenomenon in his book Pet Nation, which tells the story of this seismic shift and the economic, media, legal, political, and social dramas springing from this cultural transformation. So, what was it that happened in the 1990's when things started to change? What were the forces at play that saw our dogs and pets became treasured members of the family? In this conversation, Mark speaks widely about the foundation of the book, as well as his work to help regulate, develop policy and provide strategic advice, at state and federal levels, to animal health and veterinary clients across all sectors. About Mark Cushing Mark Cushing is the Founder & CEO of the Animal Policy Group. A long-time political strategist, government regulatory advisor, corporate executive and former litigator, Mark focuses his advocacy practice on providing high-level strategic advice and services to clients with needs at any level of government, and key trade/industry associations in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. Since 2004, Mark has specialized in animal health, animal welfare, veterinary and veterinary educational issues and accreditation, developing a cutting-edge practice across these sectors. He currently leads several industry coalitions and initiatives. Mark has guided successful accreditations for a growing list of veterinary colleges and is co-founder of the Veterinary Virtual Care Association. Mark has recently penned Pet Nation, a book that tells the inside story of how companion animals are transforming our homes, culture, and economy. Pet Nation: https://www.marklcushing.com/ Animal Policy Group: https://animalpolicygroup.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marklcushing Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mark.l.cushing/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marklcushing/ About The Long Leash Thank you for joining us. If you have enjoyed listening, please SUBSCRIBE so you'll never miss out! Check out Dog Podcast Network for other dog-adjacent shows. Follow us in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Does using a harness make your dog pull? Does a collar work better than a harness? Should you use a prong or pinch collar when you walk your dog? The first step to solve any problem is to find out why it's happening in the first place. If you don't know what is causing the problem you'll find the wrong solution. Listen to this episode of The Naughty Dog Podcast to learn why your dog is dragging you down the block.
Bible Reading: Psalm 73:23-26"Mom! Look at how well Raquel is walking!" said Danielle as she stepped onto her scooter."Yes, she is such a big girl now!" Mom said as she smiled down at Danielle's one-year-old sister. Mom held Raquel's little hand and was closely watching her baby steps. In Mom's other hand was the leash of their big, gentle chocolate-colored Labrador retriever. They walked slowly down the sidewalk as Danielle zipped back and forth to them on her scooter.Raquel reached out with her free hand toward the dog's leash. "Look, Mom," said Danielle. "Raquel wants to hold Hershey's leash!"Mom laughed. "Okay, baby. But there's no way I would let you hold it by yourself." Mom kept a tight grasp on the leash as she guided Raquel's left hand onto the handle. Raquel's right hand was still tightly held by her mother.Raquel giggled and smiled. "That's funny, Mom," said Danielle. "She thinks she's really walking that big old dog!" "Yes," Mom said. "She doesn't know Hershey could easily knock her down. I'm the one who's really controlling the dog because I'm strong enough to keep her from pulling Raquel. And I'm holding her other hand too, so even if she started to fall, I would catch her."After they finished their walk and Danielle had put her scooter back in the garage, Mom said, "You know, Danielle, that walk with Raquel and Hershey reminds me of us and God.""What do you mean?" asked Danielle."Well, many times in life, we're faced with situations much bigger than we can handle--just like a twenty-pound baby can't handle a ninety-pound dog. But God is more powerful than anything we may face, and He promises never to leave His children." Mom sighed. "You know we are having some difficult times in our family right now."Danielle nodded silently."Now that your Dad isn't here, things seem almost too much for us to handle, don't they?" Danielle nodded again, and Mom pulled her in for a hug. "But just like I wouldn't let Raquel hold Hershey's leash on her own, Jesus won't let us walk through these hard times alone. He is right here with us, holding us in His hand. We can trust Him, even when we don't know how things will turn out." -Karen McMillanHow About You?Are you facing some difficult circumstances you don't know how to deal with? Does life seem out of control? You can have confidence knowing that God is ALWAYS in control. Nothing is too big for him to handle. If you are His child--if you know Jesus as your Savior--He holds you firmly by the hand. You can trust Him to care for you.Today's Key Verse:Yet I am always with you; you hold my right hand. (CSB). (Psalm 73:23)Today's Key Thought:God is in control
One-Eyed Leo is not the usual children's book. It takes children and their parents on a journey of discovery, love, life, play, learning, joy and heartbreak when it comes to dog ownership. But it is a story like no other, where, as Ciaran Walsh explains ‘the magic of everyday tasks appears in the detail and vanishes into the cold reality of responsibility'. Within the 38 pages of this powerful book, the idea of owning a dog is explored in an educational and realistic way. In fact, Ciaran is possibly the only author in the world who is happy that people don't like his book, because there is a much bigger play at stake. Ciaran Walsh is a humble Irishman, who makes clear that One Eyed Leo is definitely a team effort, with 50 experts contributing to the book and it is one he hopes will open eyes, change minds and give children and parents alike, a renewed appreciation about pet ownership. About Ciaran Walsh Ciaran Walsh is the Founder at Dog Internet of Things, an internet platform that assists would be dog owners to consider all the responsibilities and all aspects of canine ownership. Ciaran is behind 'One-Eyed Leo', a book for children and parents and the latest innovation in pre-adoption welfare. Seeking partners to bring it global. Dog Internet of Things is an on-line business dedicated to changing dog welfare from pre-adoption to the end of the journey. It provides an on-line basic education in dog ownership. Ideal for anyone considering the idea of getting a dog, or for anyone seeking to improve their relationship with their pet.This venture has been supported by the Local Enterprise Board, Enterprise Ireland and won the Social Entrepreneurs Ireland Academy Award 2019. https://www.linkedin.com/in/ciaran-walsh-169a64150/ https://www.doginternetofthings.ie/ As heard in this episode: Rebound Dog https://reboundog.com/ About The Long Leash Thank you for joining us. If you have enjoyed listening, please SUBSCRIBE so you'll never miss out! Check out Dog Podcast Network for other dog-adjacent shows. Follow us in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
In this episode, Nikki and Britteny discuss some guidelines for humans when walking their dog on a leash. Leash manners is the hardest for most owners and their dogs but with Nikki's advice you can be on track to better walking in just a matter of days. We have our in-person Dog Communication seminar on Sept. 17th at The Farm at Natchez Trace. We are also having one via Zoom on Sunday, Sept. 19th. You can register for either at www.dogspeak101.com. Visit our Patreon page at www.patreon.com/dogspeak
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Will my reactive dog get over his fear of dogs if he meets them? Should I let him greet other dogs so he learns they're not bad? Leash aggression and reactivity can be confusing and it can get worse if you do the wrong thing. Learn what will make it worse (and better) in this episode of The Naughty Dog Podcast.
Welcome to the Beared Down YT Channel! We are a multimedia brand devoted to all things Chicago Bears. We are excited to bring you fans Bears news, opinions, podcasts, and more! - 2021-22 Season Partners MyBookie: Head to https://mybookie.ag today and use our promo code “BD” and instantly receive double your first deposit, that's double your funds, to double your winnings. Bet anything, anytime, and anywhere with MyBookie this NFL season! - Today (E. 242), we are back with another episode of the Beared Down podcast! The boys are back answering your guys' questions before the Bears face the Rams in Week 1 this weekend! Is there any chance we see Justin Fields play? How will David Montgomery start-off his third season? Tune in to hear Chris and Parth share their thoughts and answer your guys' questions! - For more content from the crew including articles, opinions, and more, head to BearedDown.com
After nine months of speculation and theories, UNHEARD finally gets to review Drake's "Certified Lover Boy"(0:48). From there, the rest of the episode revolves around CLB's gravity with questions like why isn't Lil Wayne credited with aging like Jay-Z(17:19)? Do women rappers hit a glass ceiling(25:50)? Who are the winners and losers of the Drake-Kanye Cold War(41:05)? Taj locks in Little Simz's "Sometimes I Might Be Introvert" as a top-10 project of the year(32:34), and Vance looks ahead to Baby Keem's "Melodic Blue"(49:58). Plus much more. This week's music played in order is Little Simz "Two Worlds Apart", ICYTWAT "Off tha Leash!", Curren$y "Chainsaw" and Yeat "Sorry Bout That".
Eric Gilbert, The KC Dog Guy, shares his insight on dog training and we talk about when he used to hang out with our dog Peaches before we even knew her.The KC Dog Guy online:FacebookYouTubeAlso check out his colleague Robin Greubel at K9Sensus.org.Eric's archival Peaches footage:Noodles, Peaches, Jester, Otter and friendsPeaches: Young at heart!Celebrate 5 years of Rosie Fund by supporting our campaign to sponsor 50 dogs. You can donate at RosieFund.org or through our Facebook page. You can contribute by making a purchase from the store on our website or buying a t-shirt at Bonfire.com. Also check out our page on BarkYours, the online mall with gifts for people who love their dogs.Music for this episode is provided by alternative string duo, The Wires. Visit them at TheWires.info. Learn fiddle and cello-fiddle online — even if you've never played before — from Laurel Morgan Parks and Sascha Groshang at FiddleLife.com. Join The Wires as they explore new music on their show Sound Currents.The transcript for this episode is available on the Dog Words Buzzsprout page: Buzzsprout.com/840565.
Encountering an off-leash dogs in on-leash areas of public space can be stressful, intimidating, and create some negative associations (especially if your dog is on-leash). Liz and Jeff talk about some ways to create extra space between your dog and the off-leash pooches of the world, how to politely interact with the the other owners, and how to better understand the driving forces behind people's choices to not leash their dogs. AFFIRMATION CARDS***BUY THEM HERE***We have released a limited run of Dog Haus certified calm confident affirmation cards. Pick up a pack today, before supplies run out. ***BUY THEM HERE***Looking to strengthen your relationship further?Check out these online-courses that Liz has created:Mastering Treadmill With Your DogPreparing for PuppyhoodPuppy Essentials: For The Real WorldPuppy Essentials: In The Home
In this episode, Brett discusses why victimizing dogs prevents them from reaching their full potential and living full, happy lives. The Dog Savant Podcast features professional Los Angeles dog trainer and host of The Untrainables show, Brett Endes. Stay tuned for future episodes where Brett talks about all things dog, training, and life in general. Check out Brett's recommended products and supplies at amazon.com/shop/thedogsavant Want to see more of what Brett is up to? Visit his website at dogtrainingla.com or watch his Facebook exclusive show, The Untrainables, at fb.me/untrainables. Please submit your questions for the show to email@example.com. Instagram: @thedogsavant Twitter: @thedogsavant Facebook.com/thedogsavant
Carefree Black Nerd Presents: “Smells Like Teen Mutants” a Generation X review * Use the hashtag #SLTMpod when listening to and live tweeting this episode. Rhayne takes a walk down memory lane with his favorite comic book of all time, Generation X. This book is the 1994 Marvel Comics spin-off of the X-Men, the team was created by writer Scott Lobdell and artist Chris Bachalo. Every issue was filled with teenage angst, big battles, running for your life and of course love triangles. Join me on this journey where I hope I can make you just as big of a fan as I am. Today's Reading: X-Men # 36 (1991) -Published September 1, 1994 Question: Does Banshee have some darkness within him? Next Episode Reading: The Uncanny X-Men # 317 (1963) - Published: October 1, 1994 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: twitter.com/carefreeblerd Instagram: Instagram.com/carefreeblacknerd Resume: Linktr.ee/CarefreeBlackNerd Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5iLcGlzEffDoHKXBrZBJYA?si=y-pINUVrSUyPp8PAi4zNpQ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZLE-1viZcnMQU8ddPnH_-w?view_as=subscriber ITunes: itun.es/us/aXGRfb.c Stitcher: stitcher.com/podcast/bynk-radio-inc/carefree-black-nerd SoundCloud: SoundCloud.com/carefreeblacknerd Live tweet this issue using the hashtag #SLTMpod| #SmellsLikeTeenMutants Subscribe, Like, Rate and Review the show on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher and Google Play, BYNKradio.net(and wherever else you listen to podcasts) Download episodes of "Smells Like Teen Mutants" and subscribe to future episodes by visiting Linktr.ee/CarefreeBlackNerd
Brent Dry is back! We were lucky enough to be joined again over zoom with our good friend from The K9 Company in Melbourne. We discussed Leash Reactivity, Confidence Building & Focus/Engagement techniques Brent is a wealth of knowledge, sharing tips on how these can be applied in everyday life Brent first joined us back in Episode 57, if you'd like to listen to more of his dog training philosophy Find Brent www.thek9company.com.au Thanks for listening! Find us online >> www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >> www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >> Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>
Patch Baker's is an inspiring story. One born partly during, and partly after his time in the military. His life has been full of high highs and very low lows, all which have made him the man he is today. Patch spent nearly 15 years serving in Iraq, Afghanistan and the Horn of Africa. When his time in the military ended, he joined the State and Secret Service and in 20-13 he was shot in the chest in Bagdad. His next move would be to return to civilian life and the so called ‘real world.' What would follow would be a challenging and fascinating transition to life after the military. Now Patch spends most of his time helping businesses create extraordinary results and growth… with a particular focus on the veteran community. This is a deep and wide-ranging conversation about Patch's evolution and we start in a very important place, talking about his P-T-S-D service dog, best friend and protector, Reacher. About Patch Baker Patch Baker spends most of his time helping businesses create extraordinary results and growth within their respective markets. Although his focus in on the Veteran Community, he works diligently to connect non-Veteran owned businesses, and individual Patriots, with brands and businesses which support our Nation's Warfighters. Patch spent nearly 15 years serving the United States and is a Service Disabled Veteran of the United States Marine Corps. Patch is a serial entrepreneur, expert marketer, investor, speaker, and has acquired a unique set of skills through multiple acquisitions and business exits. His consulting clients range from Fortune 500 clients to Veteran-owned start-ups. https://www.patchbaker.com/ https://www.facebook.com/patchbakerusmc/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/patchbaker/ https://www.instagram.com/patchbakerusmc/ About The Long Leash Thank you for joining us. If you have enjoyed listening, please SUBSCRIBE so you'll never miss out! Check out Dog Podcast Network for other dog-adjacent shows. Follow us in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
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Serving you a hot cup of conversations about donuts, nu metal, odd news, and what they had for lunch, your fearless and greasy hosts bring you a show so hot that you'll feel like the old lady who was scalded by McD's coffee in the drive-thru. This is a unique collection of segments called Slam City. Double X Quantimino. Krispy Kreme Just Unveiled Hershey's S'mores Donuts That Are Oozing With Marshmallow. Mentions of Duck Donuts and Voodoo Doughnut. Double X Quantiminü: If you met someone that never heard music from the genre "nu metal” and you could only show them with one song by one artist, which song would that be? Arthur picked “Blind” by Korn. Brain picked “Youth of the Nation” by P.O.D. Gemini picked “Break Stuff” by Limp Bizkit. Burrito picked “Freak on a Leash” by Korn. Lost Prophets discussion. True or False?: Awkwafina. Brian the Professional has mommy issues. When you become a future barista, what would your signature drink on the specials menu be? Doesn't have to be a coffee drink but it's served at an indie coffee house where the cool kids congregate. “Tubthumping” by Chumbawumba. This Is The Newz. A British mom makes jewelry out of her own breast milk. First ever 'Taco Bell Defy' to open in Minnesota. Hermit crabs are sexually attracted to plastic pollution in the ocean. Furious Twitter debate starts over how much meat people eat off chicken wings. Florida woman arrested after 'lewd' jail visit with inmate. Florida man who killed his mother and toddler develops bizarre social media following: 'Too cute'. Burrito's Nippon Newz. New Licca-chan doll from Japan has unnervingly rapid hair growth. Three people become first arrested in Japan for posting a 10-minute movie recap on YouTube. Bury your face in this Pokémon's butt for the softest, soundest, and weirdest nap ever. Beautiful cans of cake have become a viral hit in Japan. More Newz. Neon Genesis Evangelion comes to Blu-ray for the first time in 11-disc ‘Ultimate Edition'. A Supercomputer Just Calculated Pi to a Record 62.8 Trillion Digits. So What? — Popular Mechanics. Nude man stabs second nude man on Seattle sidewalk. OnlyFans is banning porn, the very thing that made it big. Pumpkin spice-flavored ramen cup noodles coming this fall. (Cheesecake Pie Debate) (Resonating Mushrooms) Little Caesars Unveils New Pizza and Calzone Hybrid Called the Crazy Calzony. What I Had For Lunch. Deepfake Sponsors: Julio Tejas, Booba Gettz The Crazy One, Thicccum Farmz.
“He was not old. It was not his time, I will spare you the drama, except to say I lived in the pupil of his eye,' Dead Dog by Lisa Underwood. That poem is among 52 stories from people around the world in author Jim Mitchem's book “Gone Dogs” – a tribute to the dogs that have left us, written by the people who loved them. But the crowd-sourced book only really came to be, after Jim wrote a blog post about his dog's passing. It was a simple tribute that generated such a strong response, he realized that all dog owners have something important in common — eventually, we must all say goodbye. Jim and his design partner Laurie Smithwick collected the stories to create a special coffee table book, which may just be the greatest collection of love stories about dogs ever published. In this Long Leash, Jim tells the story behind the many heart-warming tributes in the book, but also how writing Gone Dogs changed his life. About Jim Mitchem Jim Mitchem is a writer based in Charlotte. He's married and is the father of two daughters who are both in college. He has a few human friends but prefers the company of dogs. As a copywriter, he makes a living coming up with ways to get people to think differently about things. He's written a novel, Minor King, a novella, Mongoose, and has a thousand files containing a thousand other stories and poems that really need my attention. I am also the publisher and editor of Gone Dogs, a crowd-sourced book about the dogs of our lifetimes. Dogs who are gone, but who will never be forgotten. With his partner, designer and artist Laurie Smithwick, the pair pulled together the greatest dog book ever published after five years of falling down and getting up again and again and again. In his own words: “I'm reminded of why this book is important every time someone tells me how much they love it, or how it's helped them overcome the grief of their own gone dogs. That was the idea--to put something beautiful into the world that anyone who has ever loved a dog can identify with. Deeply.” Buy a copy of Gone Dogs through Amazon by clicking this link Jim Mitchem's links https://www.QuickLikeMongoose.com https://www.facebook.com/GoneDogsBook/ https://twitter.com/GoneDogs https://www.instagram.com/gonedogs/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamesmitchem/ About The Long Leash Thank you for joining us. If you have enjoyed listening, please SUBSCRIBE so you'll never miss out! Check out Dog Podcast Network for other dog-adjacent shows. Follow us in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Eran is the co-founder and CEO of Nanolock security from day 1. He was a consultant to Cimagine that was sold to Snapchat and was the co-founder and CEO of OREE that were acquired in 2015. He was a senior consultant to Tel Aviv University Nanolock Science center and Tsinghua University in Beijing, China's MIT. Eran was also the co-founder of On-Eden that was sold to the formula group and created 5 comedy shows among them the highly successful show, The Leash.
Ira Kaufman is in midseason form and all fired up to dive into today's Bucs buffet. The Ira Kaufman Podcast, a twice-weekly wrestling match with Joe, is presented by Bill Currie Ford, where GM Sean Sullivan is your personal connection […] The post Ira Kaufman Talks Ryan Succop Leash, Preseason Finale, Stinnie-Cappa Reality, Investiture, Decoding Brady, Devin White & More appeared first on JoeBucsFan.com.
Victoria Stilwell is probably best known as the star of the international hit TV and YouTube series “It's me or the Dog” where she helps owners tame their unruly pups. But there is so much more to this world-renowned dog trainer, best-selling author, award winning TV presenter, animal rescuer and dog ambassador, who has been educating and entertaining audiences across 120 countries since 2005. A passionate advocate for positive reinforcement dog training methods, Stilwell is editor-in-chief of Positively.com and CEO of Victoria Stilwell Positively Dog Training, via which she has created a global network of world-class positive reinforcement dog trainers. Victoria originally trained as an actress and had parts in TV shows and on the stage, but it was dogs that stole her heart from when she was a little girl. In this Long Leash, she shares her story from childhood, and sheds light on one email that would catapult her into homes around the world and give her the perfect platform to show people a kinder way to train dogs. About Victoria Stilwell Victoria Stilwell is a world-renowned dog trainer best known as the star of the international hit TV and YouTube series It's Me or the Dog. Having filmed over 110 episodes plus multiple other TV projects, Stilwell reaches audiences in over 100 countries with her philosophy of positive training methods. A best-selling author, Stilwell appears frequently in the media and is widely recognized as a leader in the field of animal behavior. As a passionate advocate for positive dog training methods, Stilwell is the Editor-in-Chief of Positively.com and Positively TV, the founder of the Victoria Stilwell Academy for Dog Training & Behavior, and the CEO of Victoria Stilwell Positively Dog Training – the world's premier global network of positive reinforcement dog trainers. The recipient of multiple awards, Stilwell is committed to helping the cause of animal rescue and rehabilitation and is heavily involved with organizations around the world to increase awareness of puppy mills, dogfighting, animal abuse, pet overpopulation, dog bite prevention and other animal-related causes, but she is best known as a champion for force-free positive reinforcement dog training methods. She is an Ambassador for the RSPCA, International Ambassador for the Soi Dog Foundation and serves on the Advisory Boards of RedRover, The Georgia Pet Coalition, The Grey Muzzle Foundation, DogTV, Dognition, and Canine Assistants. https://www.facebook.com/VictoriaStilwell https://twitter.com/victorias https://www.youtube.com/victoriastilwell https://www.instagram.com/victoriastilwell/ https://www.facebook.com/vsdogacademy/ About The Long Leash Thank you for joining us. If you have enjoyed listening, please SUBSCRIBE so you'll never miss out! Check out Dog Podcast Network for other dog-adjacent shows. Follow us in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
After recording our latest patron book club on the dog behavior book, “The Other End of the Leash”, we were ecstatic to have the opportunity to learn even more about applied animal behavior from the author herself, Dr. Patricia McConnell. We discussed how “The Other End of the Leash” isn't a typical dog training book, how human behavior is intertwined with animal behavior, and what Dr. McConnell would add in a second edition. McConnell, P.B. (2002). The other end of the leash: Why we do what we do around dogs. Ballantine Books.
Is leash aggression the same as aggression? What causes reactivity? Can it be cured? Can my puppy become reactive? Reactivity is one of the most common problems that struggling dog owners face. The first step to changing your barking and lunging dog is to educate yourself on the right information. Learn more in this episode of TNDP.
We were very fortunate to have Avery from Little Hag on the podcast to talk about their new album, "Leash", as well as their new EP, "Breakfast". Enjoy! Little Hag Socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/littlehag6 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/littlehag/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/littlehagmusic Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6D2SWIBVTRVZ0ySQTvCbnf Website: https://www.littlehag.com/ Good Noise Podcast Socials: Twitter: https://twitter.com/good_noise_cast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/goodnoisepodcast/ Discord: https://discord.gg/nDAQKwT YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFHKPdUxxe1MaGNWoFtjoJA Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/04IMtdIrCIvbIr7g6ttZHi All other streaming platforms: http://hyperurl.co/GoodNoisePodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/goodnoisepodcast Bandcamp: https://goodnoiserecords.bandcamp.com/
Leash work is one of the most universal things a dog training client wants to work on! In this episode, Lara and Lilly each give their take on how to train leash work while drinking guava themed margaritas. They also tackle two parts of a Q&A question from an Instagram follower about prong collars and adopting vs. shopping! Support Our Podcast! -Leave us a short review on Apple podcasts. This takes no time at all and helps us out immensely! -Become a patron on Patreon. Get shout outs, stickers, bonus content, and the chance to have your questions answered on the podcast. patreon.com/dogaritaville -Leave a tip for Lara on Venmo: @ProperPuppers -Leave a tip for Lilly on Venmo: @Lillian-Peterson-1 Find Lilly: https://linktr.ee/misslillysdogs Find Lara: Website: properpupperslv.com Instagram: @properpupperslv
As a talent executive for the likes of late show host Conan O'Brien, Lori Levine knows better than most ‘the show must go on'. But how do you do that when you lose three four-legged friends in one year? That was Lori's family's reality in 2020, when amid the Coronavirus pandemic and the many associated stresses, they said goodbye to their dogs Suki, Casey and Kipper one after another. How she coped and the insights she gained came as a result of some hard-won wisdom from her past, a special Warren Zevon song and a tight knit ‘Brady Bunch' family unit, who carried each other through a difficult time. Lori is sharing her story in the hope it will help you face your dog's death when the time comes. It is probably a good idea to have a tissue on hand … but brace yourself for some belly laughs too, as this dynamo is one waggish storyteller. About Lori Levine Lori Levine, founder of Flying Television, is a pioneer in the world of strategic entertainment marketing and events. The driving force behind some of the most recognizable entertainment promotions and parties of the past decade, Lori harnesses the power of celebrity to elevate brands above the clutter of the modern media landscape. As a talent executive for NBC's “Late Night with Conan O'Brien,” Lori earned widespread acclaim for her ability to keep the show at the cutting edge of pop culture and ensure a constant flow of A-list guests. The list of celebrities who look to her for insight and counsel – among them Kate Hudson, Usher, Will Smith, Robert Downey Jr., Jimmy Fallon, and Kim Kardashian – is a testament to her ability to make and keep friends close. Social Media Instagram: @FlyingTV, @LoriLevineFTV LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lori-levine-721b9b4/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FlyingTelevision/ About The Long Leash Thank you for joining us. If you have enjoyed listening, please SUBSCRIBE so you'll never miss out! Check out Dog Podcast Network for other dog-adjacent shows. Follow us in Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
Check the train schedule and greet the neighbourhood as we uncover window gazing revelations with Hachi this week.Tasty links below...Site: https://fyrpodcast.comApple: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/for-your-reference/id1453532214Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ForYourReferenceTwitter: https://twitter.com/ForYourRefPodInsta: https://www.instagram.com/foryourrefpodYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6oOmo_3tzdD0VtBzt2d0JA
Shop our new SS21 Collection https://www.4YE.ca You know what time it is. We gathered to discuss wildlife, why trey called the feds, regrets involving virtual reality and shady subscriptions and of course... kids on kid leashes. VIDEO VERSION of this episode: https://youtu.be/xCn8UiIseS4 ***** ★ SUBMIT A QUESTION TO THE 4YE DISCORD - https://linktr.ee/4YE ★
It's time for a giveaway at the old country store. Listen and find out how to snag the latest and greatest Sunspot Light in a contest that will run the month of August. Steve breaks down an internet hunt he "attended" and everyone listens and chimes in on the latest from Nyx down in Alabama. Questions are being answered with inevitable follow-ups from the field as to if she's on the right track. Nick closes out the visit with a tale of a near death experience from his teen years. All this and more on episode 59 of the Nite Life Nation Podcast presented by ONX.
As voted on by our patrons, we read and discussed Dr. Patricia McConnell's "The Other End of the Leash". Jackie was thrilled to suggest that our summer book club choice feature one of her favorite writers/speakers about dog behavior. But, this book wasn't just another training manual: It delved a lot deeper into both dog and human patterns of behavior. We learned that humans love to talk, dogs don't love being patted on the head, and just why these two Peter Pan species get along so darn well. Even though you may not currently be one of our premium $10 patrons, enjoy this preview of our full length discussion, including our thoughts on dogs, general chat about the book, and a detailed breakdown of the first chapters. Want to hear the rest of the episode and earn 2 CEs.? We invite you to join us on Patreon to hear the rest of this and our other full-length book clubs (plus early access to shows and some other goodies). And, if you enjoy the discussion (or just enjoy dogs), tune back in in August for our interview with Dr. Patricia McConnell! References for this episode: McConnell, P.B. (2002). The other end of the leash: Why we do what we do around dogs. Ballantine Books.
In this episode, Brett elaborates on how to use the crate to house train your dog or puppy. The Dog Savant Podcast features professional Los Angeles dog trainer and host of The Untrainables show, Brett Endes. Stay tuned for future episodes where Brett talks about all things dog, training, and life in general. Check out crates that Brett recommends at amazon.com/shop/thedogsavant Want to see more of what Brett is up to? Visit his website at dogtrainingla.com or watch his Facebook exclusive show, The Untrainables, at fb.me/untrainables. Please submit your questions for the show to email@example.com. Instagram: @thedogsavant Twitter: @thedogsavant Facebook.com/thedogsavant
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