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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.
 
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 ...
 
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!
 
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!
 
We pamper them. We bring them wherever we go. We surprise them with something new on special occasions. They even get holiday presents. They are our pets! From high-end items to high-tech items, products for our companion animals now extend beyond traditional necessities. On Best Bets for Pets we'll check out cool new pet products such as dog beds, dog gifts, cat gifts, dog toys and more! Welcome to "Best Bets for Pets" where we spotlight the latest pet product trends!
 
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.
 
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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 ...
 
These pet podcasts are all about achieving harmony in the household -- for everyone: people, cats and dogs. Bolstered by a lineup of top behavior experts as guests, host Arden Moore will unlock the perplexing, puzzling and downright frustrating aspects of feline and canine actions and attitudes... on Pet Life Radio.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
Dr. Dunbar's iWOOFs Radio covering a wide variety of topics, including: Pet Dog Training; The Birth of Puppy Training; Behavior Problems or Normal Behavior?; Errorless Housetraining & Chewtoy Training, Home Alone!; Socialization for Dogs &Their Owners; Come Here!; Hyperdog!; Pulling On-Leash; Dog Fears & Quarrels; Choosing & Adopting an Adult Dog; Fun & Games; and Animal Behavior in the Home & Office.
 
Suzy shares the joy of watching wild birds, from her garden visitors in southern England to birds seen internationally. Learn how to identify species, notice their behaviours, and recognize songs and calls. Join Suzy for recorded bird outings, interviews with experts and enthusiasts, and stories from birders around the world. Suzy says: “Birding is a great pastime. It can be done with others or alone. You don't need expensive equipment, your eyes or ears are enough. And best of all, the Casu ...
 
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Hello and Welcome to Dr Jones’ Veterinary Secrets PODCAST – this is episode 122 In today’s episode NEW remedies for vomiting and diarrhea in dogs. What Is a Poultice and How Can You Use It to Relieve Inflammation. What you need to know about Bloat (Gastric Dilation and Volvulus) in Dogs. Dr Jones’ Veterinary Secrets is on all your favorite podcast …
 
Did you know that the objects in your house sing and speak all day long? They just do so in a key only dogs can hear. Enter, Melon, an eight pound dog with a thousand pound heart who is the key to a world right under our noses! She lives in a world full of friends; an always singing record player, a soulless computer, her bookshelf therapist and ma…
 
That's right! Even more dogs are showing up at this Block Party! Hosts James Arthur from Minority Korner, Renee Colvert Host of Can I Pet Your Dog?, and Janet Varney Host of The JV Club Podcast celebrate The Max Fun Block party with a Spooktacular BBQ! They may have misunderstood the assignment but will leave you feeling full on things we’re ready …
 
There’s good news regarding feline infectious peritonitis in cats, once considered to be fatal. But it’s all so very, very confusing, and Steve tries to clarify the complicated soap opera of a story with Dr. Julie Levy, Fran Marino Professor of Shelter Medicine Education at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. McKenzie Dillon i…
 
We’re celebrating National Veterinary Technician Week! Paige Allen, President of the Board for the North American Veterinary Community and a registered veterinary technician herself talks to us about the importance of the role that vet techs play in the care of your furry family member.It’s never an easy choice, but we need to do our best to decide…
 
In this episode of the Pet Peeves Podcast, I interview Shenley Seabrook, licensed mental health counselor, and Brian Blank, stand up comedian. We discuss what it’s like to lose a beloved pet after a short time of bonding and after over a decade of time together. We also talk about the five stages of grief; denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and…
 
In today’s episode Lauren dives into how cats as creatures spend their days. We also offer tips on how to engage with your cat to promote healthy mental and physical health. Show Notes: https://www.thepetladyltd.com/episode-25-enriching-your-cats-life Looking for Pet PawCast Merchandise? Visit petpawcast.threadless.com If you have questions you wou…
 
Oh Behave show host Arden Moore teams up with Nine Lives with Dr. Kat show host Dr. Kathryn Primm in this special show to discuss why cats do what they do. Together, this duo will offer insights into why calico cats are usually female and why ginger cats tend to be males. They also address why cats seem to be drawn to people who are either allergic…
 
Smelling Like A Dog Dog Cognitionist Alexandra Horowitz is back. This time she wants us to know just how well a dog can smell. Did you know they could smell earthquakes? She wants to teach us how to sniff things out just like a dog. Listen Now Vet Bills Are Through The Roof If you feel like your pet's vet bills are through the roof, you're not alon…
 
Every year millions of dogs and cats of various breeds, sizes, and ages are cared for by boarding facilities, pet sitters, friends, and family members. This could be for multiple reasons: traveling for business or vacation, extended work schedules, or a family emergency or illness. While many pets, dogs, in particular, find a stay at a boarding fac…
 
Kristen Hassen is the Maddie’s American Pets Alive! Director overseeing Human Animal Support Services (HASS) and serves as a board member of the National Animal Care & Control Association. Kristen describes HASS as the result of almost 1,000 animal welfare professionals coming together to recognize that the current animal services system is broken.…
 
This week Brandy speaks Carlee Mooney, who has had some paranormal phenomenon happening with her dog! And actually caught it on camera with her pet cam! Rounding out the episode is a newspaper article and book review. EPISODE NOTES: Caught In The Act!By Dr. Brandy Stark, PhD
 
Bridget Simms from Paws-and-Play.com joins Amy in studio to talk about pet bereavement. She offers tips and things you can do to help in this process as well as how to help your other pets at home with their grief. You can learn more about Bridget and her work at https://paws-and-play.com/. Support the show (http://www.baxterandbella.com/learn-more…
 
In this episode (19:40) In this episode, the BDA coaches give handlers advice on what to do when things start off poorly at a trial that’s very important to them. You Will Learn How the format of the event impacts handler psychology. Jennifer’s 3 step plan for dealing with early disappointment. Esteban’s key tip for moving on after a bad run.…
 
It has been awhile since I’ve talked about loose leash walking and today I want to revisit it. Let’s talk about when to start, how to begin and the different types of walks I take my dogs on. Whenever I talk about this there are always a LOT of questions involved. When you are done listening today, if you want more help, please check out our online…
 
Dr. Mike Schummer from SUNY ESF joins the DU Podcast to provide an update on early season hunting and habitat conditions from New York. Mike also shares insights on how climate systems and weather patterns are unfolding this fall. Signs are pointing to a cold outbreak in early November, likely triggering additional migration, but the outlook beyond…
 
On episode THREE HUNDRED TWENTY-FOUR of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven welcome burlesque producer and performer, Blanche Bourgeois (Jurassic Peek), to chat her cats. We learn about her cats (Butters, Andy, and Ollie), the cats of Disneyland, dressing cats up for Halloween, and more! The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to thei…
 
The second half of 2021 has been an exciting half-year for the ABA, not least of which because we got to welcome two new colleagues. Katinka Domen and Laura Guerard are the Coordinators of our Travel and Events program and our Young Birder programs respectively. Both come to their positions having worked extensively in their field and with big idea…
 
If you are looking to decorate, you need to check out the incredible artwork of Adeline Robinson! Adeline is a passionate herp keeper turned full-time artist whose work can be seen at shows across the country. Join us as we talk about Adeline’s journey into art as a career, her experience keeping animals (specifically tree monitors) and how she wor…
 
In this episode, we discuss clever splits for shaping husbandry behaviors, the importance of checking for human readiness, reinforcement strategies for husbandry, what even is husbandry, how important mechanics are, good training techniques for increasing criteria no matter what behavior you are training, and setting your dog up to volunteer for ey…
 
We’re featuring a creepy, Halloween-worthy animal in this bonus episode! The Goblin shark gets its name because it really does look like a goblin. Learn more about its impressive mouth gape, lightning fast jaw speed, and more. We mentioned the videos of the goblin shark eating – there are links to both videos in this informative article. https://au…
 
McNeill Dinkins (Jackson, MS) and Max Shackelford (Memphis, TN), winners of the 2021 DU National Scholarships, join Mark Horobetz, manager of DU’s Youth and Education Programs and host Dr. Mike Brasher to discuss their stories, future plans, and what it means to be a leader among DU’s volunteers. Mature beyond their age, McNeill and Max are perfect…
 
Many oceanic species like grebes, loons, pelicans, and gulls migrate far inland to raise their young near freshwater lakes. Ring-billed Gulls, for example, breed throughout the northern U.S. Forster’s Terns can be found catching fish in the upper Midwest in the summer. In northern Canada, you may even catch a glimpse of a Surf Scoter as it dives be…
 
Lisa Mason shares training on how to use adjunct therapies and modalities to increase revenue, save time and improve efficacy in Veterinary Rehabilitation Practice. Join us for the Vet Rehab Summit: https://vetrehabsummit.com/ Learn more about Respond Systems: https://respondsystems.com/ To learn about Onlinepethealth, watch a free webinar, or join…
 
In this episode of K9 Conservationists, Kayla Fratt talks about considerations when choosing a conservation detection dog, sourcing a dog, and screening a dog. Episode suggestion: “Don't sacrifice clarity at the altar of generosity” Call to action: Join pateron! Discussed in this Podcast: Considerations: Make a list of your must-haves from a lifest…
 
This week begins like most weeks with Renee begging for forgiveness and Alexis patiently putting things into perspective. In CrickCrumBoat, Cricket needs to get out more and Tugboat has a tough-guy slip-up. Lily, Lulu and Calvin are here with a top-notch My Mutt Minute. Plus, dog ghost/history stories and the positive effects of winning an award or…
 
Content Today’s episode was produced by Ari Daniel, Allison Wilson, Mark Bramhill, Conor Gearin, and Sam Johnson. Fact checking by Conor Gearin, mixing by John Kessler. Original theme music by Ian Coss. Special thanks to Willistown Conservation Trust. Additional Resources: A World on the Wing: The Global Odyssey of Migratory Birds | Book by Scott W…
 
Black-crowned Night-Herons feed primarily on fish, but they will consume everything from earthworms to clams to eggs of nesting birds and refuse at landfills! Because they are high on the food chain, found throughout much of the world, and nest in colonies, Black-crowned Night-Herons can tell us a lot about the health of our environment. Learn more…
 
This episode is sponsored in part by Smalls Fresh Cat Food and Doobert.com. If dogs and cats could choose a psychiatrist it would be Dr. Nicholas Dodman. With a drive for advocacy, a gift for research, and a never-say-quit treatment philosophy, it is no surprise that he is one of the world’s most noted veterinary behaviorists. Co-founder of the Cen…
 
On this week's episode of Knowing Animals, we are joined by Professor Michael Huemer, Professor of Philosophy at University of Colorado Boulder. We discuss his 2019 book Dialogues on Ethical Vegetarianism, published by Routledge, in which he asks whether the factory farming of animals might be the world's biggest moral problem. This episode of Know…
 
We celebrate our 200th episode by heading down to Australia to speak with Beth Mullany, owner of West Oz Wildlife! Her and her husband care for over 40 different animals including koalas, dingoes, pythons, and lizards! If you ever wondered what it would be like to care for a Koala, THIS is the podcast for you! Follow West Oz Wildlife! www.westozwil…
 
Tom Dokken, veteran trainer, joins the DU Podcast on behalf of SportDOG Brand to talk about the processes he uses when training with e-collar. Dokken shares insights into the step-by-step process of introducing the e-collar into your training sessions, and how he approaches the timing of those introductions. He also discusses common errors made by …
 
Aleutian Cackling Geese, which have a slighter build and shorter beak than Canada Geese, build their nests on a chain of islands off the western coast of Alaska. In the 1700s, fur traders introduced foxes to the islands, nearly wiping out the geese. For decades, they were believed to be extinct. But in the 1960s, a biologist discovered about 300 bi…
 
Melvin ended up in Alaska in 1951. He took 160 acres of burned over land and built his piece of paradise. Starting a trucking line, he was the original ice road trucker, he also put in a landing strip on his property before there was an improved road to even get to his home! Stories like Melvin's were common one hundred years ago in the lower 48, B…
 
The landscape around Joanna Buehler’s home on Lake Sammamish was once completely barren. But today, it provides food, water, and refuge for many species of birds. You can create a bird sanctuary in your own yard by selecting native plants adapted for your area. If you’re lucky, nature will do some planting for you! That’s what happened in Joanna’s …
 
The relationship between the decoy and handler is one that needs to be based in honesty, integrity, vulnerability and compassion. There is so much information both said and unsaid that is bouncing between 3 entities, the decoy, the handler and the dog. Then you have the audience who are watching and taking notes along the way. So what is it that ma…
 
The Ring-necked Pheasant is likely the best-known bird in North America that isn’t native to the continent. Indigenous to Asia, Ring-necked Pheasants were introduced to Oregon in 1881. The birds thrived in rural landscapes for many years, but modern industrial farming practices have diminished pheasant habitat. In some areas, however, wildlife agen…
 
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