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10 minutes | Sep 17, 2021
Finding Fido a Sitter
This episode has a few thoughts on hiring a pet professional, having been on both sides; as the sitter/walker and a pet owner. Finding a walker or sitter for while you're away is about more than are they available or how much they charge, and do they have insurance. It's can they handle or get along with Fido to do you like them. Most importantly, there is one question that you should always ask before hiring a sitter and leaving town. Find out what it is in this episode.
30 minutes | Sep 3, 2021
Interview with Michael Overlie
Michael Overlie is my guest on this episode. We talk about what dogs bring to our lives. He has had dogs his whole life and knows that dogs teach us much if we are willing to learn. In this episode, he talks about how those dogs have been there for him. In addition to a book he's written about his life with dogs, he teaches a course helping to 'Create Men of Purpose.' . Michael's website is https://dogsandmen.com/ Course Coupon code: presence
2 minutes | Aug 26, 2021
Make Every Day Your Dogs Day!
The first national dog day was in 2004. Even though national dog day is for every dog, it is especially for those waiting to be adopted at shelters and rescues because a forever home is pretty much the ultimate dog day present. How will you celebrate your dog?
64 minutes | Aug 19, 2021
For some of us, Doggy Daycares are new. We know that it can be a place that dogs love to go. There are 4 basic kinds. So, how do we find a good one and what happens while Fido is there? Eve Molzhon joins me again and talks about finding a doggy daycare that is right for you and when you do what is required for enrollment. It is not as simple as driving up with Fluffy and dropping them off.
8 minutes | Aug 13, 2021
Yes, dogs have personalities, and they have different characteristics for one another. During my many years of being a dog Walker, I saw the very different types of personalities that dogs could have. Also, in this episode, I answer a question about how long training Fido should take.
4 minutes | Aug 6, 2021
As Humans, we mostly live through our eyes. But Dogs are nosey. Sniffing lets them learn about the world around them in their unique way. It's essential to let them take time to sniff because it is how they examine their world. Sniffing is also beneficial for a dog's mental health.
8 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
Time to Bond
We can use actions to show our pups how much they mean to us in a language they understand. Building the kind of connections I'm going to talk about helps Fido because extra attention can make a dog feel loved; in turn, they provide you with the same amount of love, care, and trust.
57 minutes | Jul 23, 2021
Those 'Oh, Shit!' Moments
Those 'Oh, Shit!' moments are when you realize that you and Fido are approaching a tense situation that could end up with either of you in the emergency room. Eve Molzhon and I take a deep dive into several types of aggressive situations that can come up while out with Fido. From barking to all-out attack and what to do if it happens. Also, Eve has a few tools that you can use to cause a startle and stop possible aggression. They are handy tools for situations like these, and it's not mace. As we close, our talk turns to using a 'word' routine to get their attention when Fido is not food motivated.
5 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
Dogs are very loving and affectionate, and they show it by being completely comfortable with whoever they're sleeping with. There have been times I wonder why do they sleep like that or how can they sleep like that and be comfortable? I've found that whether your pup sleeps on their bed or yours how they sleep can tell you much about them.
46 minutes | Jul 8, 2021
Dan Abdelnoor, better known as Doggy Dan, is one of the world’s most respected dog trainers. After a corporate career in the city, he decided to pursue his passion for working with dogs full-time. It's a warm conversation, talking about his philosophy in training and how he avoids using any force. He focuses on building connections between dogs and dog owners to help as many people as possible.
8 minutes | Jun 30, 2021
The 4th of July, Fireworks & Fido
Summertime in the US brings the 4th of July holiday or what I call a party and fireworks holiday. It is natural to want to bring your dog with you. Pets and fireworks do not mix. It is best to leave them at home. It is the day in the US when the most dogs go missing. And for Fido's sake, here are some tips to make the day easier on them and you.
10 minutes | Jun 24, 2021
Fido and the Law
If you are a dog owner, it is good to research to discover the laws or ordinances that may affect you and Fido. You don't need to be a lawyer, and I'm not one either. However, here are a few of the basics so you won't need to bail Fido out of the pound.
53 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Founder and co-host of the Dog Podcast Network and a life-long dog lover, James Jacobson is a multi-passionate entrepreneur. He's the author of 'How to Meditate with Your Dog: An Introduction to Meditation for Dog Lovers.' Our conversation covers a significant part of his life, including his three dog podcasts and a few of his business ventures; a book best-selling book from his publishing company, and a biotech nutraceutical company dedicated to canine health.
48 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Being able to honor who your pet is in the summertime heat means knowing how to have fun together and navigate the hazards. In this episode Eve Molzhon and I talk extensively about summer in the sun, shaving Fido, sunburn, protecting eyes with goggles, body harnesses, or clothes in summer temperatures, bringing water along for Fido. Did you know that dogs need a unique kind of insect repellent and sunscreen? We talk about playing in the water, life jackets, heatstroke. Do you know about “hot car immunity laws”? Well, hot cars are a death trap for dogs; what you need to know if you see a dog in a hot car. Does the car have a unique kind of air conditioners for when the vehicle is turned off? Eve has tried biking with her Frenchie and more in this episode.
6 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Dogs Live in the Moment
Kristina answers a question from a listener who wonders: if by living in the moment, do dogs really remember?
4 minutes | May 28, 2021
Exercising with your dog can be an excellent time to bond and be a fun part of both of your days.
8 minutes | May 21, 2021
While You're Away
Whether it's you're going back to work post Covid-19 restrictions, or recently adopted a dog, or being gone for a long time during the day, Kristina gives some tips for leaving Fido home alone.
75 minutes | May 13, 2021
More Trainer Tips
Eve Molzhon returns for this May episode. ~ This episode starts with an update on Violet and how she's progressing with Eve's training tips from past shows. ~ The conversation shifts on adding a new furry friend to the home because kitten season is around the corner. And just a few weeks ago, Kristina brought home a kitten and wondered, 'what would Eve do?' when introducing them to the other four-legged family members. ~ Finally, what no pet parent wants to experience; Kristina and Eve discuss lost pets and tangible steps that work to find them.
8 minutes | May 6, 2021
There is so much thought that goes into picking the perfect name for your dog. Get some helpful tips from Kristina! Plus, what nick-names does Kristina have for her pets?
43 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
Denny Krahe is a runner. He loves to run with his dog Bailey. Our conversation is about his experiences of bringing Bailey home through her becoming a senior dog as his running partner. Our conversation about running with Baily included; finding a dog to run with, introducing her to the other dog of the house, food and water, watching for injuries, and how a senior dog slows down.
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