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TOP #42: Is a Rescue Dog Right For You?

Have you been considering adopting a rescue dog? Before you do, listen to what author Suzanne Lane has to say about adopting rescue animals from shelters.

TOP #41: Benefits of Dog Massage and How to Treat Your...

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.

TOP #40: What Is Low Level Light Therapy for Dogs (LLLT)?

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.

TOP #39: Benefits of Commercial Raw Dog Food Diets

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.

TOP #37: Wet vs Dry Dog Food ft. Dr Jennifer Adolphe,...

A common question pet owners have is often about the difference of wet vs dry dog food brands. Dr Adolphe is here to answer all the questions about this.

TOP #34: How Kids and Dogs Help Each Other

There are still debates going on: is it a good idea to raise kids with dogs? Child therapist Dr Dean gives us some advice in today's podcast interview.

TOP #33: At-Home Dog Grooming Tips from Pro Groomer Megan Mouser

At-home dog grooming is more than just a bath and a brushing session. In this podcast interview, we have a professional pet groomer to give us some tips.

TOP #27: Difference Between Dog Training vs Canine Behavior Work

Our podcast guest Debby Dobson, a professional animal behaviorist, explains the difference between dog training and canine behavior work, and how to use it.

TOP #9: Canine Osteoarthritis and LTCI ft. Dr Terry Beardsley

There are a few common and very dangerous illnesses in dogs that are extremely difficult to treat. Canine osteoarthritis, otherwise known as degenerative joint...

TOP #8: Dealing With Canine Diabetes ft. Rachel Poulin, RVT

As pet obesity continues to rise in America, one of the most common and dangerous diseases dog owners encounter is canine diabetes. In our...

TOP #6: How Effective and Beneficial Are Dog DNA Tests?

These days, DNA tests for dogs are becoming more and more popular as a lot of pet owners choose to learn as much as possible about...

TOP #5: How to Keep Dogs Safe Using Pet Fences With...

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...

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