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TOP #81: What’s a Rotational Diet and Why It’s Important for...

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.

TOP #78: How to Read Dog Food Labels

I'm speaking with Dr Jennifer Adolphe on pet food manufacturing, marketing and proper way to read dog food labels to know what you're feeding your pet.

TOP #77: How to Protect Your Dog from Parasites

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.

TOP #75: What Are Sheepdog Trials and Are They Safe

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.

TOP #74: How to Start with Dog Agility Training

In this podcast episode, Cindy Swiney of AAC explains how beginners can get started with dog agility training and get involved in the competition circle.

TOP #73: The Competitive Dog Sport of Dock Diving

If you're interested in the dog sport of dock diving, our podcast guest Kristen Cooper is a long-term expert. Tune in for tips on getting started and more!

TOP #72: Why Transparency in the Pet Food Industry Is Important

In this podcast episode, we're talking with Lindsay Tracy on the importance of transparency in the pet food industry and why exactly that matters. Tune in!

TOP #71: How Diet Affects Your Dog’s Skin and Coat

Dr Jennifer Adolphe, PhD joins our podcast to discuss how diet relates to dogs' coat and skin health with tips on dealing with skin problems.

TOP #69: How to Handle Aggressive Dogs

Aggressive dogs can be dangerous. In this podcast, dog trainer Jereme Paddock gives actionable tips for pet owners on handling dogs with aggression issues.

TOP #68: The 411 On Functional Ingredients in Dog Food

Our regular podcast guest Dr Jennifer Adolphe, PhD is here to explain about functional ingredients in dog food, and how to shop for healthier pet food.

TOP #66: How to Feed and Satisfy Picky Eaters

If your dog is a picky eater, it may be difficult to find appealing food for them. In this podcast, Dr Adolphe, PhD gives actionable tips for pet owners.

TOP #64: A Guide for Leash Training Your 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.

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10 Most Famous Dogs in History

Canines are known as man's best friend for a number of reasons. Loyal, intelligent and and affectionate are just a few of the great characteristics of our beloved pets, and the most famous dogs in history are all of this and more! While humble and selfless at heart, dogs often find ways into the spotlight. One viral story or amazing video, and dogs can gain the affection and adoration of the public in mere minutes. That's what inspired me to do research for this list of the most famous dogs in history.
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W hile dog anal gland problems are usually not life-threatening, they are relatively common, except for anal gland cancer. Sadly, when untreated, they can affect your...
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Learning how to make homemade flea spray for dogs will save you money and reduce your pet's exposure to harmful chemicals and toxins. Here's 3 best recipes.

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MALVERN, PHILADELPHIA—Cyrus, Lucky, and Deuce are dogs on a mission: inspire the patients of Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital in Philadelphia to get back on...