In this podcast, canine genetics researcher Dr. Angela Hughes explains more about dog DNA tests, and how they benefit both pet owners and veterinarians.
If you've never heard about treating cancer in dogs with Coley's Toxins, you're not alone. In this podcast, Donald MacAdam explains everything we must know.
Picking the right dog foods can be complicated because all dogs are different. In this podcast, Eric Huston of Mars Petcare gives us tips on how to do that.
Have you ever considered showing your dog? In this podcast episode, we were lucky to have Gail Miller Bisher of Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show who provided many tips on how to get started in dog shows and more.
In this podcast episode we spoke with Brett of The Farmer's Dog on why fresh dog food is better than dry kibble and why more owners choose it as a healthier option for their pets.
We've all heard about puppy mills, but do you know how to spot, avoid and report them? In this podcast, Kenzie Bushman of PETA provided us with all the necessary information and tips.
Many pet owners still overlook the potential benefits of CBD for dogs, so in this podcast episode Samantha spoke with Kat who's done a huge amount of research in this area.
Samantha spoke with Aimee Gilbreath of Michelson Found Animals Foundation who shared tips on what first-time pet owners must know before adopting dogs and cats.
Regular dog walks and trips to a dog park eventually get boring, and with improving weather, many owners are looking for more creative ways to get active with their dogs. In this podcast episode, Liz Claflin from Zoom Room dog gym provides great advice on how we can do that.
Many pet owners wish they could combine their passion for dogs with their entrepreneurial spirit. If you've been thinking about developing, marketing and selling a product for pet owners, this podcast episode is for you.
In this podcast episode I'm interviewing a representative from Embark, the current leader of dog DNA test kits. We speak about what DNA test kits for dogs are, how they work, their benefits and reliability.
Almost everyone is familiar with the term "clean eating," which means consuming wholesome foods that are as close to their natural state (little to no processing) as possible. But can dogs also go on a "clean diet," how would that work for them, and is it even worth it?