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DogCast Radio - for everyone who loves dogs
46 minutes | Jan 1, 2022
Episode 247 - Can you have a dog and work?
www.DogCastRadio.comCan you have a dog and work? Of course you can - but possibly not with every dog. In this podcast we hear from a breeder who doesn't home her puppies to owners who work, leaving the home empty all day. We also hear from an owner and breeder who works and keeps her dogs happy. If there's no ultimate wrong or right, how do we ensure our dogs are happy? Plus we celebrate breeders who care about their dogs - as opposed to "greeders" who churn our puppies purely for money.
118 minutes | Dec 11, 2021
Episode 246 - dog owning in the time of Covid and Jess and Moxie Ride Around the World
www.DogCastRadio.comExpert behaviourist Carolyn Menteith discusses research by Tails.com into the perceptions of changes in the dog world in the last two years. Jess Stone talks about how she and her GSD Moxie are biking around the world to raise money for Girl Up. A feel good podcast.
60 minutes | Nov 20, 2021
Episode 245 - Rancho Luna Lobos and Canine Partners
www.DogCastRadio.comIn an episode all about dogs helping people, and people helping dogs, Fernando Ramirez talks about using dog sledding as a form of therapy for dogs, and Fiona Airey talks about her assistance dog, Verlin, and how Canine Partners have given her her life back. An uplifting listen.
101 minutes | Oct 30, 2021
Episode 244 - Grisha Stewart and Jennifer Billot
www.DogCastRadio.comIn this podcast hear Grisha Stewart talk about BAT, leash belay, her online expert dog training lessons and more. Jennifer Billot talks about setting puppies up for success in the real world. Two great beahviourists in one great show, helping you help your dog be as happy as possible.
108 minutes | Oct 2, 2021
Episode 243 - Positive Pet Project and Lance A Spirit Unbroken
www.DogCastRadio.comJon Garstang is an animal shelter expert who is spearheading the first ever national initiative in Greece to teach children the value of relationships with animals. Walter Stoffel describes himself as having survived the rescue of Lance, a border Collie with issues. Two inspiring dog advocates.
37 minutes | Sep 18, 2021
Episode 242 - Woof and Brew
www.DogCastRadio.comYou can share a cuppa with your canine and keep your dog happy and healthy thanks to Woof & Brew. Treat your dog to a Christmas treat or an everyday tonic. Co-founder Steve Bennett talks about his inspiration and his love for his rescue dogs. Steve also runs Dog Friendly, helping dog owners to find genuinely dog friendly venues in the UK.
55 minutes | Sep 4, 2021
Episode 241 - Andy Hale and National Happy Dog Day
www.DogCastRadio.comIn celebration of National Happy Dog Day on 9th September, certified behaviourist Andy Hale advocates moving past the "how" of dog training, and focusing on the "why". Andy's priority is the dog's emotional experience, and he and Julie discuss how we can allow our dogs to be happy. Join in the discussion online with the hashtag #HappyDogDay.
63 minutes | Aug 14, 2021
Episode 240 - Pets helping pupils and Canine Capers
www.DogCastRadio.comThrough all the ups and downs of the pandemic, our dogs and other pets have been at our sides as we've worked and studied at home. Mars Petcare has been researching the effect of having pets involved in the learning process. When a dog got into difficulty in a lake, an unlikely friendship was born, and now Jane and Shelagh are hoping that a calendar celebrating dogs will raise money for a Swansea charity. Julie and Jenny discuss new research that indicates cats see us in more of a parental role than dogs do.
73 minutes | Aug 7, 2021
Episode 239 - The Thin Blue Paw Foundation and My Rescue Pet Rescued Me
www.DogCastRadio.comPolice dogs allow us to live our lives smoothly and safely - but for many of them, there is no financial support in retirement, so Gemma and Dave Wardell and Kieran Stanbridge founded The Thin Blue Paw Foundation to provide the support they need. It's often said that rescue dogs rescue their owner right back, and writer and journalist Sharon Ward Keeble has witnessed the power of that love firsthand, as well as in writing her book, My Rescue Pet Rescued Me.
47 minutes | Jul 31, 2021
Episode 238 - stolen dog found 450 miles from home and novelist Fiona Gibson
www.DogCastRadio.comWhen two boys befriended a dog who was on her own in a Surrey park, they realised she needed help. Her microchip revealed the dog had been stolen from her home in Scotland. Happily she is back where she belongs. Fiona Gibson wrote her novel, The Dog Share, with her own dog by her side - she talks about her creative process. Julie reveals she is working on podcasting about a project she and Buddy worked on - Crufts or Bust.
44 minutes | Jul 24, 2021
Episode 237 - dogs got me through a heart attack
www.DogCastRadio.comWhen Scott Watkins had a heart attack, his dogs inspired to get healthy and stay healthy. Scott has his own dogs and offers holiday care for others' dogs. This interview is a great illustration of how our dogs become intertwined with every aspect of our lives.
56 minutes | Jun 26, 2021
Episode 235 - Dog news: canine or k-nope?
www.DogCastRadio.comJulie and Jenny discuss some important issues in the dog world, and classify them as canine (good) or K-nope (bad). The French Bulldog is fast taking over as the most popular dog in the UK and US - but is it right to breed and popularize a breed with so many health issues? Plus find out the top ten dog breeds to be stolen in the the last five years, and how Gloucester police are starting a dog DNA database to combat dog theft. All this and more! And don't forget to send us your most embarrassing dog related story - Julie and Jenny share theirs.
19 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Episode 236 - drowning dog rescue by brave teenager
www.DogCastRadio.comWhen Charlie the Shih Tzu got into trouble in the water, brave teenager Connor waded out into the water to rescue him. But Connor couldn't swim. Charlie's distraught owner watched on in horror, her disabilities preventing her form entering the water herself. As Connor got hold of Charlie and fought to get back to land, dog and teenager bobbed up and down in the water.
53 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Episode 234 - Treat Everyone Like a Dog with Karen London
www.DogCastRadio.comTrainer and behaviourist Karen London discusses her book, Treat Everyone Like a Dog: How a Dog Trainer's World View Can Improve Your Life. We know that positive training methods get the best results from our dogs - could positivity work with our friends and family? Karen says it does.
82 minutes | Apr 24, 2021
Episode 232 - Photobiomodulation for your dog
www.DogCastRadio.comPhotobiomodulation - or red light therapy - can be used to aid healing or keep dogs in tiptop condition. Ruth Milner gives a in-depth insight into red light therapy, Anna Webb discusses how it has played a role in keeping all her companion animals healthy, and Yaz Porritt talks about how it is an important tool in her repertoire of treatments.
33 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
Episode 233 - K9 Nation
www.DogCastRadio.comK9 Nation is an app which allows you to connect and share information with other dog owners. Whether you're looking for a good dog walk, or struggling with your puppy, you can find practical help.
125 minutes | Apr 3, 2021
Episode 231 - Good Dog and Doggie Language
www.DogCastRadio.comKate Leaver celebrates the good dogs, talking about her own adorable dog, Shih Tzu Bert, and her book Good Dog. Lili Chin gives an insight into dog body language, and the journey her dog Boogie, a Boston Terrier, took her on to write and draw Doggie Language. Plus Julie and Jenny discuss dog news stories in the DogCast Radio News.
101 minutes | Mar 13, 2021
230 - Be a Green Dog Owner and The Particulars of Peter
www.DogCastRadio.comFind out how to be a green dog owner, as George Bramble, of Beco pets, and James Bennett, of Wolfe Vets, have a wide-ranging discussion. Plus, there's a dog food giveaway offer for the first 100 DogCast Radio listeners who email Beco - details at www.DogCastRadio.com Kelly Conaboy shares the adventure she went on to write The Particulars of Peter, all about her dog. And Julie and Jenny have fun bringing you the DogCast Radio News.
108 minutes | Feb 13, 2021
Episode 229 - Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson and Help! My Dog is Scared of the Vet
www.DogCastRadio.comJeffrey Moussaieff Masson talks about a wide range of dog, animal and pet related issues in a fascinating interview based around his book Lost Companions: Reflections on the Death of Pets. Through her book, Help! My Dog is Scared of the Vet, Toni Shelbourne is offering help to the many dogs who are afraid of the vet. The DogCast Radio News brings you all the dog related stories you might otherwise miss out on.
82 minutes | Jan 16, 2021
Episode 228 - Monkey's House and Separation Anxiety
www.DogCastRadio.comMonkeys House is a dog sanctuary and hospice where dogs go to live. It's a joyful place run by Jeff and Michele Allen in their own home, supported by volunteers. With the uncertainties of life, separation anxiety has more potential than ever to trouble our dogs. Head dog trainer at Eye 2 Eye and Beco ambassador Bryony Cole, and Beco founder George Bramble discuss dealing with, and preventing, it. Plus the DogCast Radio News.
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