In this podcast episode, I'm talk with Rena of ASPCA about what it's like working at this non-profit organization, the adoption process and what you can do to help them if you can't adopt a pet.
For our fifth Theory of Pets podcast episode I'm bringing you an expert on pet fences to discuss yet another important part of dog...
In this podcast we talk with experienced trainer and author Tom Shelby, and his unique "depends" dog training method for how to leash train a dog, and more.
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.
It's a big deal when you decide to spay or neuter your dog, therefore, a lot of new pet owners have many questions whether...
Dealing with a lost dog is nightmare no pet owner wants to experience. In this podcast episode on why you should microchip your dog I'm talking with Aimee Gilbreath of Michelson Found Animals, and cover all the details about microchipping dogs and cats.
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.
Raw dog food is still controversial. But what's the truth? Is it as healthy or as bad as either side claims? We dig deeper into the subject in this podcast.
Aggressive dogs can be dangerous. In this podcast, dog trainer Jereme Paddock gives actionable tips for pet owners on handling dogs with aggression issues.
When adopting your dog, you'll have to factor in the yearly costs that come with it - vet bills, grooming, food, and more.
In this podcast episode, I'm speaking with Dr. Danielle Bernal, DVM about the importance of rotational diet for dogs and how pet owners can include food variety in a number of ways.
Becoming a foster parent to dogs is another great way to help pets in need. If you'd like to listen to more reasons why you...