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Best Animals and Pets Podcasts We Could Find
Best Animals and Pets Podcasts We Could Find
They're our best friends, companions, furbabies and one of the best parts of our day is coming home to a wagging tail, slobbery kisses, or a warm purr; and the good news is there are tons of podcasts that you can listen to about dogs, cats, fishes, birds, frogs or whatever pet you have. Here are some must-listen-to podcasts perfect for animal lovers, pet parents or those who are still thinking of becoming one, to learn more about your pets, from tips on how to improve your relationship with your pets, pet food, pet insurance, pet training, and much more.
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Purr Podcast

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Purr Podcast

Jolle Kirpensteijn

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This is an awesome podcast for veterinary healthcare providers about everything feline. Famous author Dr. Susan Little and surgeon, Dr. Jolle Kirpensteijn will discuss medical en surgical issues of cats highlighting simple and practical solutions. If you like cats, you will love this podcast!
 
The American Birding Podcast brings together staff and friends of the American Birding Association as we talk about birds, birding, travel and conservation in North America and beyond. Join host Nate Swick every Thursday for news and happenings, recent rarities, guests from around the birding world, and features of interest to every birder.
 
In these cat podcasts, learn everything there is to know about cats on Cattitude with your hosts Michelle Fern & Tom Dock.. In this cat podcast, each week we’ll spotlight a cool cat breed, give up-to-date advice on cat health, and check out new cat products! So curl up on the couch every week for a purrr-fectly enjoyable time on Cattitude... on Pet Life Radio.
 
Amy Jensen is a professional puppy trainer, service dog trainer and creator of Baxter & Bella's Puppy Prep - The Online Puppy School. She spends her free time training dogs to be calm, well-mannered household members as well as service & therapy dogs. After receiving many requests to train dogs for people, Amy decided to roll out a comprehensive how-to online training program to help you train your own dog. On this podcast, she shares training tips aimed at helping you be successful on your ...
 
In Sexier Than a Squirrel, the Official AbsoluteDogs Podcast, veterinary behaviourist Tom Mitchell and international agility competitor and professional dog trainer Lauren Langman talk training your dog, transforming your dog training struggles and getting real-life results through GAMES!
 
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Animal Law

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Animal Law

Mariann Sullivan, Law Professor, Pundit, Vegan

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Join Animal Law professor and longtime activist Mariann Sullivan as she unpacks the latest updates, cases, and news from the burgeoning world of animal law. Mariann will be joined by the leaders in the field, and will offer her own insightful (and sometimes biting) commentary. 912842
 
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Talkin' Birds

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Talkin' Birds

Ray Brown's Talkin' Birds

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Ray Brown's Talkin' Birds is a call-in show of entertaining conversation about wild birds -- attracting them to your back yard, identifying them, feeding them, and learning more about them along the way. Every week, we have contests for prizes like bird feeders and other great bird-related stuff, along with expert guests. So, whether you're an experienced birder, or you're new to birding, listen in, and be part of the show by calling in with a question, sharing some information or observatio ...
 
Want to learn about K9 obedience, police dog training, learning theory and more? Jerry Bradshaw has been a sports competitor and police dog trainer for 25 years, and as the executive director of the Protection Sports Association he's been around the world competing and training K9s. Welcome to the Controlled Aggression podcast.
 
Remember Tweety Bird’s trademark phrase "I thought I saw a puddy cat"? Surprised people repeat those words everyday, except the cat, dog, hamster or even horse they catch out of the corner of their eyes has passed on. Do animal ghosts really exist, or are they products of a wishful imagination? Join the world of Paranormal Pets. Each week we’ll discuss all aspects of weird or spiritual animal encounters: ghosts, totems, psychic animals, animal souls, animal angels, animals in religion, with ...
 
Hello and welcome to the K9 Conservationists podcast, where we’re positively obsessed with conservation detection dogs! Join us every other week as we discuss detection dogs, ecology, conservation, dog behavior, training, and much more. K9 Conservationists is hosted by Kayla Fratt, CDBC and founder of K9 Conservationists. She trains dogs to detect data and lives with 2 working border collies, Barley and Niffler. Support the work we do at patreon.com/canineconvos.
 
Annie Grossman of the NYC-based dog training center School For The Dogs answers training questions, confronts myths, geeks out on animal behavior, discusses pet trends and interviews industry experts. Annie encourages people to become literate in the basics of behavioral science in order to help their dogs and themselves. Tune in to learn how to use science-based methods to train dogs (and people) without pain, force, or coercion! Show notes: schoolforthedogs.com/podcast Have a dog or puppy ...
 
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THE PETA PODCAST

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THE PETA PODCAST

Emil Guillermo, author, broadcaster

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The PETA Podcast PETA, the world's largest animal rights organization, is 6.5 million strong and growing. This is the place to find out why. Hear from insiders, thought leaders, activists, investigators, politicians, and others why animals need more than kindness—they have the right not to be abused or exploited in any way. Hosted by Emil Guillermo. Powered by PETA activism.
 
The Woof Meow Show, airing since 2004, is hosted by Don Hanson and Kate Dutra of the Green Acres Kennel Shop in Bangor, Maine. The show focuses on educating people about dogs and cats, their behavior, health care, nutritional needs, and their relationship with their people. Guests range from local veterinarians to authors and experts in their fields from around the US.
 
This podcast is all about Detection Dogs we talking training, working the dog in the real world, starting a new dog or have an experienced dog, this show is for you. Calling all Detection dogs, Sniffer Dogs, those who compete in Nosework / Scentwork sports. If you work a detection dog that sniffs out bombs, drugs, guns, cell phones, electronic devices or anything else this podcast is for you
 
Welcome to the Animal Party on Pet Life Radio with your host, Deborah Wolfe, where we talk everything about animals! You get the latest Dog & Cat News, Animal Facts, Topics & Guests!
 
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A bunch of media outlets have recently done stories about private dog runs in NYC, and have mentioned School For The Dogs' School Yard sessions, which are playtimes for dogs. School Yard is members-only, by-appointment and trainer-supervised. Annie talks about why the service is so special, and also why it's so expensive. She addresses some of the …
 
The SPIRITS of St. Petersburg discuss their experiences investigating the haunted Mirador Bed and Breakfast in Brooksville Florida. Not only was another SPIRITS' member's puppy a guest and part of our investigation, but the site is allegedly haunted by a ghost dog! EPISODE NOTES: The Mirador Bed and Breakfast…
 
My Big Fat Pet Makeover Animal Planet host Travis Brorsen ushers a four-month weight loss and behavior modification journey with pet owners and their overweight animals. Is your pet tipping the scale? Don't take it personally. Over 60% of American pets are obese. Listen Now Why Is Understanding Your Pet's Body Language Vital? Licensed Veterinary Te…
 
My choice for the second gift giving recommendation is a cup of Black Soldier Fly Larva! BSFL (as the are called) are a nutritious feeder that can give your chameleon diet variety. The bonus is that they start as grubs, which chameleons love, and turn into flies, which chameleons love! So, take a listen as to how you can treat that special chameleo…
 
Join host Michele Forto as she presents The Dogs Might Revolt! on this episode of Dog Works Radio. Did you know that a new scientific study shows that our pups understand us far more than we might realize? According to a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports, your dog can actually determine if you are doing something purposefully or…
 
Polar Bears symbolize the icy landscapes of the far north like no other animal. The bear's way of life — its very survival — is inseparable from the Arctic pack-ice. Less familiar is a remarkable bird that shares with the Polar Bear this vital link to ice: this Ivory Gull. The gulls feed on small fish and other marine life, but also scavenge carcas…
 
Training advice from vets can often be a controversial topic of heated discussions within the training community. Some vets have been known to give great advice where others have made outrageous claims. Sounds like any other industry really, However, this is the industry that we’re all in as trainers. We rely on our vets to help us through health i…
 
Join me for 12 days of chameleon gift recommendations where I publish one recommendation a day for the next 12 days! My pick for day 1 of the Chameleon gift giving season is the Repti-Riser by Jason King of Kings Reptiles on Etsy. This innovative product provides an elegant solution to our problem of lifting UVB lights off the top of the cage!…
 
Wow! We are truly over the moon to be joined this week by the incredibly talented actress and activist, Evanna Lynch, who you undoubtedly recognize from her role as Luna Lovegood in the Harry Potter films. Yup, you read that right! A passionate vegan animal rights advocate, Evanna joins Jasmin for a thought-provoking conversation that ranges from a…
 
Chickens As Pets The "Chicken Chick" is back with her backyard chicken stories and tips on raising your own chickens. Trained as a lawyer, Kathy Shea-Mormino is taking on courts all across the U.S. to allow chickens in city settings. Listen Now Tackling Pet Diabetes Pet World Insider Robert Semrow has 5 Things You Must Know About Pet Diabetes. The …
 
It costs a lot to run a small business in New York City, which can be a conundrum for a mission-driven business like School For The Dogs. Annie talks about some of the ways that she and Kate have worked to offer services and goods at prices that can make "Good Dog Training" accessible to everyone, and what it means to "shop small" in a world when t…
 
On this episode, we introduce one of DU’s newest waterfowl scientists, Catrina Terry, and learn of the adventurous and exciting path she took to become a duck expert! Catrina also share insights from her graduate research on duckling survival in the prairies, which revealed than even wetlands in intensively cultivated landscapes provide habitat for…
 
In this Episode we speak with Ms. Natalie Dubrow from the USCSS and we talk about the trends we see in the sport of Nosework and Scentwork and remembering the reasons why many got into this sport and to focus on the FUN and enjoyment we get from doing this amazing activity with our dogs. We cover some training tips as well. USCSS http://www.uscanin…
 
Today we are going to talk about going into this holiday season thinking about the chameleon community. We’ll talk about how we can make a difference just by supporting the small business and content creators that are out there right now. You can even do meaningful support without spending money! Let’s care for our community like we care for our ch…
 
News California to ban the sale of petrol- powered gardening equipment How catching birds bare- handed may hint at Neandertals’ hunting tactics Main Topic: Antibiotic usage in Exotics It’s all about bugs and drugs this week. Brendan and Mark dive into the details of infectious agents seen in exotics and antibiotic usage. Shop now for Christmas: Vet…
 
The last Thursday of the month means it’s time for This Month in Birding, a very special This Month in Birding for a couple reasons. First, it is Thanksgiving in the United States, the birdiest of our national holidays. And second, it’s a special all Galbatross panel of This Month in Birding, featuring a whole 60% of the Galbatrosses. We're joined …
 
There used to be a saying about somebody who doesn’t eat much — “she eats like a bird.” But how much does a bird typically eat? As a rule of thumb, the smaller the bird, the more food it needs relative to its weight. A Cooper’s Hawk, a medium-sized bird, eats around 12% of its weight per day. For a human weighing 150 pounds, that’s 18 pounds of cho…
 
In this episode of the Animals To The Max Podcast, I chat with Author and former zoo and aquarium senior leader, Julie Henry. Julie’s new book, Wisdom from the Wild: The Nine Unbreakable Laws of Leadership from the Animal Kingdom, comes out THIS January! Julie discusses her career working at various zoos and aquariums across the country and advice …
 
On episode THREE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven welcome writer, artist, and actor Ruby Young to chat about painting cats every day for a year and so much more! Follow Ruby: https://www.instagram.com/ayearofcats https://www.instagram.com/rocketgirlruby/ https://twitter.com/rocketgirlruby Listen to our Welcome to Night Vale gue…
 
On this episode of the Animal Law Podcast, I speak, once again, with Steven Wise, founder and president of the Nonhuman Rights Project (NhRP). He joins me to talk about a truly extraordinary, potentially groundbreaking, case now pending in the highest court in New York State. As in the other cases Steve has joined us to discuss in the past, the… Th…
 
This unique episode is all about food. Guest Jennifer Chandler, chef and author, joins Chris Jennings and Dr. Mike Brasher for a Thanksgiving discussion that is centered around the theme of “Best Thing I Ever Ate at Duck Camp.” The trio talk about their personal Thanksgiving plans, the waterfowling aspect of the holiday season, and also break down …
 
Every summer, puffins — like this Horned Puffin — grow blazingly colorful layers over the bases of their huge beaks. But in the winter, puffins lead very different lives, and they shed their bright ornamentation. Puffins in winter are largely solitary — and silent. They spend about seven months alone at sea, before returning once again to their col…
 
"Tiger King," Season 2 is out on Netflix. But there would be no story if it weren't for the lawsuits filed by PETA. Brittany Peet of PETA's Captured Animal Legal Enforcement division tells Emil Guillermo how lawsuits using the Endangered Species Act brought about aggressive enforcement from the feds. It's the reason more than 350 animals have been …
 
Tracy Beckerman is a book author, columnist, and speaker who is most known for her “Lost In Suburbia” syndicated column. When she became a mother, she knew wanted to provide the same great experience she had at their age – having a dog as part of your family. Riley came into their lives and became a best friend to the kids, but also to Tracy hersel…
 
David Schuessler, National Director of Event Fundraisng and R3, joins the DU Podcast to talk about Into the Vault 2, an online auction launched by DU on Nov. 22. Into the Vault 2 features unique items from across the country including rare guns, prints, original paintings, trips, decoys, and so much more. Schuessler and Chris Jennings discuss the a…
 
Lisa Hannaby from Neurish joins us to chat about the relationship between nutrition and behavior. We discuss research, the links to aggression, similarities between people and animals, supplements and diet, and much more. Learn more about Lisa Hannaby and Neurish: https://neurish.co.uk/ Learn more about Respond Systems: https://respondsystems.com/ …
 
In this episode of K9 Conservationists, Kayla speaks with Jeff Rennickle. They talk about inspiring others to care about the land and Jeff’s experiences with photographing the world and teaching at the Conserve School. Episode suggestion: Give yourself grace for what you’re capable of right now. Call to action: Find a place that speaks to you, visi…
 
Welcome to this very special holiday episode in which we present Sanctuary: A Radio Play, an annual Thanksgiving tradition at Our Hen House! This special performance marks the world premiere of John Yunker’s Sanctuary at New York City’s Symphony Space during the Culture & Animals Foundation’s Compassion Arts Festival. We were thrilled to have been …
 
Will Kutscher, Filson content producer, joins host Chris Jennings for an exciting talk about producing the high-quality content at Filson.com. Kutscher has traveled the globe creating in-depth stories of the men and women who rely on Filson gear to live their lives or make a living. Kutscher shares his favorite adventure to date and his best advice…
 
Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! This year, AS ALWAYS we are grateful for YOU, ya sweet sweet listener, and for dogs. In CrickCrumBoat Tug biffed it and he knows it while Crumb's morning routine couldn't be cuter. We've got a top-notch My Mutt Minute from Libby and Bruno. AND the delightful comedian/actor Nikki Osborn is here to answer far too …
 
Some birds have always called nocturnally, but other species are relative newcomers to the nighttime music scene, specifically in urban areas. Birds such as American Robins often sing well into the night. Scientists are studying what environmental cues might lead to this behavior. While artificial light could be a factor, recent studies suggest tha…
 
This episode is sponsored in part by Humane Network and Doobert.com. A few notes played on a toy piano by his showstopping cat Ricky, changed Steve Dale’s understanding of cat behaviour, forever. Steve Dale began to “clicker train” Ricky the Devon Rex and the two became an inseparable duo. They continued to work together and began dispelling myths …
 
Hosts Dr. Mike Brasher and Chris Jennings dive into another one of the more popular waterfowl species in North America. Brasher explains some of the unique characteristics of this species in regards to feeding habitat, breeding habitats, and life cycle needs. The two discuss the habitat preferences as well as preferred food sources of the gadwall. …
 
Tom Davis has being writing about wing shooting for over three decades. But his history of hunting started out long before. Growing up in rural Iowa in the 1960's the need for Plot books or permission, was rarely needed. Pheasants and Quail were literally at the bird feeder of his boyhood home. It was only natural that they became is first quarry. …
 
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