In this podcast I talk with Brooke Sloate of pawTree on the importance of variety in dog's diet, and how and why pet owners should pay more attention to this.
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.
Linda Bernier from BARK! came to do our podcast and discuss the different types of pee pads for dogs, their benefits and how to use them in housebreaking.
For this podcast episode, I've asked Bridget Strang - a sheepdog trials expert - a bunch of questions regarding this dog sport and its safety. Here's what I've learned.
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.
Pet parents are already aware of all the regular methods to deal with dog's anxiety. It's usually dog anxiety medications, vests like Thundershirt, grooming...
I’m discussing the dangers of low-quality commercial dog grooming products, labeling loopholes that some companies use and the purpose of organic products.
I'm talking with Dr. Craig Prior of Companion Animal Parasite Council who explains how dogs attract parasites, and best ways to prevent and treat them.
In this podcast episode, we speak with Cheryl Nelson, Weather and Disaster Prep Advisor, who provides actionable tips on dog care in winter.
In this podcast, I’ll explain how to choose the best mentally stimulating dog toys that benefit your pet's brain, and helps to keep him happy and healthy.
In this episode, our guest Bernie Taylor, a naturalist and author, shares his thoughts on this interesting theory and the scientific proof that supports it.
Samantha and Noora Keskievari of One Mind Dogs discuss what it takes to care for a dog and what responsible pet ownership actually means.