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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.
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?
Training a dog can be a rewarding experience, but it also comes with its own set of difficulties, frustrations, challenges and problems. This podcast episode with expert dog trainer Jessica O'Neill is specifically about how to overcome those problems and challenges, and do it correctly.
Marty Harris is a woman with an untreatable heart condition and a service dog named Adele who transformed her life. An award-winning documentary "Adele and Everything After" was made about the two of them. Marty is here to tell us her fascinating and inspiring story.
Dog we actually worship our dogs, and why? Jeff Lazarus, author of "Dogtology," has the answer and in this podcast episode we discuss everything from why people love their dogs and cats, how to communicate and understand our pets better, to getting your pet related book off the ground.
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.
Did you know that pet massage for dogs can provide many physical and mental health benefits? In this podcast episode, a professional canine massage therapist tells us everything we must know.
In veterinary practice, Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) was used for decades on dogs and cats. Now pet owners can access its benefits with in-home treatment.
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.