Have you ever stopped to truly ponder what your relationship with animals really be? Most of us see how we contributed to their lives but..... have we actually acknowledged the FULL depth and breath of expansion they be to OUR lives? What if all animals are contributing to US? What if the animals, pets or wild, were communicating different possibilities to us ALL the time? Charlie (the dog) and his loyal sidekick Suzy Godsey invite you to a WHOLE Different perspective on ALL areas of Life & Living, through the infinite intensity of infinite colors of infinite possibilities animals KNOW to be LIVING on Planet Earth! Tune in, every other Wednesday @ 4 pm Pacific Time and Play with Charlie as he puts a voice to the adventure of LIVING as Ease, Joy and FUN the animals are inviting and imploring us to claim as our own. Oh and Suzy too!! Do you have a Question about this weeks topic? Charlie & Suzy so LOVE your willingness to co-create with them. Please, don't hesitate to Call In live @ (347) 633-9393! Let the show begin!
The Dog Show with Julie Forbes - An Evolved Perspective on Life with Dogs - is hosted by Julie Forbes. Julie is a graduate of the University of Vermont, with a degree in Animal Science, and owner of Sensitive Dog; She conducts in-home private lessons, behavior and nutrition consultations, as well as in-home, intensive training programs. The Dog Show with Julie Forbes is a talk radio show all about dogs and includes interviews with authors, organizations and dog professionals about any and all dog-related topics. Educated, sophisticated and funny, Julie Forbes brings a fresh perspective to the american dog culture and a heightened awareness to the average dog lover
The Dog Works Radio Network is a collection of shows about our favorite canine companions. We host our flagship show, Dog Works Radio that gives dog training advice and interviews guests around the world. We also produce The Sibe Vibe with host Dorothy Wills-Raftery. The Gypsy Musher show is hosted by Iditarod veteran Hugh Neff. We also host Mushing Radio which interviews the top names in the sport of dog sledding along with our annual nightly coverage of the Iditarod each March. All shows are simulcast on KVRF 89.5 FM in Palmer, Alaska.
Working LIke Dogs features pet podcasts about working animals. In this working animal podcast, we cover everything from how to get started as a trainer of working animals or how to acquire a working animal to how to take care of your animal companion. In these podcasts, you will learn what it means to work side by side with an animal. We cover working animals such as service dogs, guide dogs, hearing dogs, police dogs, search and rescue dogs, drug dogs, seizure dogs, military dogs, etc. In addition to dogs, we talk about working horses, elephants, pigeons, and the list goes on and on. We discuss topics such as equipment, grooming, nutrition, training, traveling with your working companion, veterinary issues, retirement, and behavior. Our working animal podcasts include guests in every field of the working animal world. Trainers, handlers, veterinarians, working animal experts, and animal communicators give you the inside scoop on everything you’ve always wanted to know about working animals.
We seek to cover anything and everything dog related. We profile dog breeds, have interviews with dog owners, breeders and others connected with dogs. We have training tips from professional dog trainers, from the basic to the impressive party piece trick. For younger listeners we have Puppy Play Time, with items of interest for them, competitions and training tips too. We have news, Buddy's diary, website reviews and more.
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.
These pet podcasts are all about dogs! We’ll talk about dogs large, small and in between; purebred dogs, designer dogs and mixed breeds. When we discuss breeds and mixes, we’ll take a look at what constitutes a breed or a mix; and the traits of some specific breeds. We’ll also take a look at how you can choose the right breed and dog for your family. We will also talk about the joys (and hassles) of living with a dog because when we share our lives with dogs, we are bringing another species into our home and there are often misunderstandings and miscommunications... on Pet Life Radio.
The Dog Trainer wants you and your dog to have a wonderful time together. If you've got a puppy, get simple, sensible pointers for raising her. Rambunctious adolescent? Transform him into a civilized adult. As for the grownups, no dog is too old to learn new tricks -- or better manners. The Dog Trainer explains how to get the polite behaviors you want and turn those behaviors into lifelong habits. Whether you're housetraining, teaching your dog to roll over, or wondering how to evaluate a dog walker, The Dog Trainer can help.
Canine Nation - A Positively Scientific Look At Dogs and Dog Behavior Canine Nation is about discovery. It’s about getting to what is TRUE about dogs and discarding the myth and lore of living and working with dogs. It’s about challenging what we think we know and asking the dogs to tell us what’s real. It’s about giving science, scientific method, and collected data more credibility than hearsay, anecdotes, and the assertions of self-proclaimed dog 'experts.' Canine Nation started as a way to explore the common issues and ideas about dogs and dog training through short, informative essays. The podcast presents these ideas from the personal experiences of dog owners and the creative solutions they have found in behavioral science and positive training methods. Canine Nation brings the worlds of science and dog ownership together to help promote understanding and satisfying relationships between dogs and their people. Join us for a different look at dogs and our lives with them as we explore the fact and fiction behind the behavior and workings of the canine mind.
In this show find out the benefits of letting your dog sniff during a walk. Sarah Pennington explains why your dog will be happy if you stimulate hos brains - and the easy ways you can do this. Jayne Jones was so touched by the plight of dogs in Romania that she started a rescue - hear how K9 Rescue International is saving dogs' lives. Plus hear the latest news from the dog world.
The relationship between horse and rider is an extensive and intricately woven tapestry of trust, communication, honor, allowance, vulnerability, joy and gratitude. How could it be ANYTHING less when ....a prey animal willingly puts its life in the hands of its predator, allowing said predator to mount it while agreeing to take on the responsibility of keeping that predator safe? WOW!!! Join Charlie, Suzy and their special guests, Conscious Horse, Conscious Rider Facilitators Viv Adcock and Hanne Stigaard as they explore the plethora of ways the Conscious Horse, Conscious Rider Clinics empowers BOTH horse and rider to step fully into and use to their advantage, all aspects of the horse/human relationship. What else is possible with horses and horsemanship, that you may NEVER have considered?
The Dog Show #351 – November 18, 2015 Host Julie Forbes starts the show with some announcements and updates, including an art event coming up hosted by AHELP Project for people who are grieving a lost pet. Then, what to expect from your vet. Julie talks with Dr. Erica Anderson of Jet City Animal Clinic about their practice and the importance of your veterinarian being open-minded and including you in the decision-making process. What makes a good vet "tick"?
The Dog Show #350 – November 11, 2015 Dr. Jim Ha, one of this year’s SPARCS presenters! Julie Forbes and Dr. Ha talk about the genetic differences between dog breeds and how this impacts not only their behavior, but also how dogs of different breeds communicate with each other. Soooo interesting! Go to www.sparcsinitiative.org for more information on how you can watch/listen to the live stream of this fantastic conference – FREE!
If you have done ANY training with an animal companion, you have had the honor of being introduced to the POWER & Potency that acknowledgment and gratitude BE!! You now know that one of the most efficient ways of communicating to your animal what your are asking for, is your choice to acknowledge when they chose "it". And, you quickly learned that your exuberant expression of gratitude, when your pet chose to actualize what you were asking for, created a immense level of JOY for your pet, along with and eager demand of themselves to "Choose MORE of That!" I wonder... if acknowledgment and gratitude are THAT potent and powerful, what other ways we could be using them to our advantage? Join Charlie & Suzy as they explore the possibilities.
The Dog Show #348 - October 28, 2015 Julie Forbes invites a listener in the booth with her today for a live private dog training and behavior lesson for her fearful miniature Australian shepherd. This show has lots of great dog training and behavior tips for fearful dogs and their humans. Enjoy!
The Dog Show #347 - October 21, 2015 A listener in Utah wrote in to www.dogradioshow.com and asked dog training and behavior expert Julie Forbes for help with her elderly mother's dogs who have a peculiar behavior that causes them to fight. Julie invited the listener to come on the show to talk for guidance. Enjoy this jam-packed episode and learn a ton about how to work with reactive dogs...using these two girls as an example.
Richard Lord, Top Dog and CEO of Assistance Dogs Australia visits with Marcie and Whistle about how they are working to change Australia one assistance dog at a time! Richard talks about the cutting-edge types of assistance dogs they are training. Did you know dogs can be trained to live with an individual or even a couple with dementia and provide a host of tasks to assist them in everyday activities? Richard also talks about serving as the current Chairman of Assistance Dogs International--the organization that is setting the standards for assistance dog organizations worldwide. Richard is one of the global leaders in assistance dog training and placement and you’ll be captivated by all the information he so generously shares! Questions or Comments? Send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Assistance Dogs Down Under with Marcie Davis
In this show you can hear trainer Lyn Dubois explain how training can be fun, and the benefits of making it fun. Lyn also gives us an insight into the amazing behaviours she has taught her Belgian Shepherd, Tammy. Listen to Amanda Fuller talking about the dangers of double merle matings, and how her dog Keller copes with being a double merle. The consequences of double merle matings affects many breeds and the UK Kennel Club will not register double merle pups. Plus hear about the French Bulldog who had a surprising encounter with two bears.
All Hollows Eve...FAMOUS for Black Cats, Ghosts, Witches and .... of course hoards of children dressed up and enjoying the collection of "candy from strangers"! OH...the JOY!!! Join Charlie and Suzy as they explore the myths and mysteries of Halloween, share tips and techniques to contribute to your animal companion getting through the evening of high energy visitors of ALL kinds with ease and .... explore the possibility that your animal companions may have some skills, talents and abilities to expand your level of FUN this Halloween.
The Dog Show #348 - November 4, 2015 Host, Julie Forbes talks with a new trainer and gives her guidance on how to work with dogs. Julie and Shawna discuss all sorts of dog training and behavior topics such as different training tools for leash walking, praise and correction, the different "certifications" that are available for dog training and whether they actually prepare people to work with dogs, and much more! Important information for dog owners about dog training, from and interesting angle of conversation. Take notes!
We give this question a second attempt, and this time we manage to stay on topic. Is there an increase of dog aggression or just the perception of dog aggression? If aggression is on the rise, how can we address it?
Mallory Brusletten, Hu-Mom to Rocco, the Epi Tripawd Husky; admin of The Husky Network and The Adventures of Rocco and Porter on Facebook. Links: The Husky Network - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1647658515515329/ The Adventures of Rocco and Porter - https://www.facebook.com/roccoandporter?fref=ts
The Dog Show #346 - October 14, 2015 Are you prepared with your pets in mind if a natural disaster hits your home? Julie talks live with Tim Perciful, Firefighter and Pet First Aid Instructor about how to best prepare for disaster to set you and your family up for success - with a focus on four legged family members, of course! Lots of great info on today's show.
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Liz, Petra and Kate talk about common breeds of dogs and their tendencies, and some ideas on how to redirect the dog. Will a German Shepherd understand commands better if you speak them in German? Tune in and find out! Questions or Comments? Email Liz at: email@example.com More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Buying into Breed Tendencies on Pet Life Radio
What is partnership anyway? The "socially accepted" definition of partnership is two equals who choose to be in relationship together. What does that show up like with people and their pets? Is it possible for a person to be the "Leader of the Pack" AND be in partnership with their animal companion? Does it make a difference if the "person partner" is male or female? Join Charlie, Suzy and their Special Guest - Access Consciousness Facilitator Max Zoulek as they delve in and explore the ins & outs of partnerships from ALL 4 points of view... Animal, Female, Male & Infinite Being!! Is it possible that our points of view around ALL of this "partnership stuff" is the creation of challenge and limitations that can easily be out created?
Michelle Woerner, Director and Trainer with K9s 4 Mobility stops by to visit with Marcie and Whistle about how she trains, places and supports Assistance Dog Partnerships. Michelle gives us the scoop about how her agency gets 50% of their dogs from local shelter/rescue programs and how they work with individuals who want to train their own assistance dog. Plus, Michelle talks about her work as an Accreditation Surveyor with Assistance Dogs International! Questions or Comments? Send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - K9s 4 Mobility with Marcie Davis
The Dog Show #345 - October 7, 2015 Julie Forbes welcomes Dr. Michael Fox back on to show today. Dr. Fox has authored over 40 books and is the former VP of the Humane Society of the United States and the Humane Society International. One of Dr. Fox's books "Not Fit for a Dog - The truth about manufactured dog and cat food" illuminates many aspects of the pet food industry that are important for pet owners to know about. One of those aspects is the relationship between veterinary schools and prescription diet companies. Why do most vets recommend we feed foods that have such low quality ingredients? Answer to this question and much more on today's episode of The Dog Show with Julie Forbes
The Dog Show #344 - September 30, 2015 Can you fathom how sensitive your dog's nose is? Can you imagine being able to sniff out cancer cells? Or detect when someone's blood sugar drops, just by how it smells? Our dogs are noses with four legs, and one of the best ways to understand how they experience the world, is to understand their sense of smell. Did you also know that there is a canine unemployment epidemic in the U.S.? That's right - your dog wants to work, and unless he's lucky, probably doesn't have much to think think about. The sport of K9 Nosework is one of the best ways to deepen your bond with your dog, provide him with a constructive outlet for his mental energy, and give him an opportunity to use his incredible sense of smell! Dog behavior and training expert, Julie Forbes, talks with professional scent detection training and handler, and Certified Nosework Instructor, Miriam Rose about the wonderful world of K9 Nosework. Just search for K9 Nosework in your area and ...
The Dog Show #343 - September 23, 2015 Dogs help kids learn to read and much more with Reading with Rover, a local non-profit that pairs great four-legged listeners with children struggling to learn to read. Julie talks with Becky Bishop all about this wonderful organization and how you can get involved! Next, Director of the Seattle Animal Shelter, Don Jordan, joins us for a discussion on what to do if you witness animal abuse. The short version? CONTACT THE AUTHORITIES. Take photos or videos if you can and speak up! Be the voice for those who have none!
The Dog Show #342 - September 16, 2015 Courthouse Dogs founder Ellen O'Neill-Stephens joins Julie today to talk about the amazing work they do with "facility dogs" in courthouses across the country and spreading to other countries! Specially selected and trained dogs, provided by assistance dog organizations provide emotional support to victims of crimes while they testify and also during forensic interviews. Imagine you are a child who has been sexually assaulted and a strange detective is asking you what happened. You may not want to talk with a strange adult after experiencing trauma, but you may be willing to share with a calm, soft dog what happened to you or what you saw. www.courthousedogs.org
Leashes, collars, clickers, verbal and visual signals are ALL tools we utilize to communicate with our animals and yet…. are we truly taking FULL Advantage of them? Join Charlie and Suzy as they invite you to a whole different reality of what it takes to truly utilize the tools of communication to the full advantage of you and your animal companion. What if what you thought was a failure of a tool was actual just unawareness of what you and that tool were actually communicating? Are you ready to have the full potency of the tools of animal communication? For MORE on the Tools of Animal Communication, please go to: http://www.accessconsciousness.tv/video/836
Do you remember the nano second you acknowledged that your dog or cat was house trained? Remember.... that BIG sigh of relief and the expanse of ease that became your partnership with your animal companion! What was it that allowed your animal to change their behavior? Was it their capacity to hold on to the past and what was created by past choices or… was it something completely different? Join Charlie and Suzy as they explore how/what animals make the choice to create a different reality for themselves, which change the future of your partnerships with them. What if what you think is necessary to create the future you truly desire with your pet is TOTALLY different than you thought it was?
Have you heard of the practice of dog trucking? It's a growing problem in parts of the USA, and Melissa McCue McGrath want to get the message across that you should have #HandsOnFirst. People seem to let fireworks off at more times of the year, so if your dog is afraid of the loud bangs involved, it can be miserable for both of you. Toni Shelbourne and Karen Bush have written a book that will help your dog relax during firework season - but you need to take action now!
The Dog Show #341 - September 9, 2015 Time, again, for the Vashon Sheepdog Trials! Listen to Julie's conversation with Maggi McClure, the coordinator of the event. Then Julie and Eric play dog and cat trivia. See you at the trials!
The Dog Show #340 - September 2, 2015 Author Donald McCaig, about his book "Eminent Dogs, Dangerous Men". Donald will be attending the Vashon Sheepdog Classic this year and Julie Forbes will be interviewing him live at the event on Saturday, September 12 around 1pm. Don't miss it! www.vashonsheepdogclassic.com Listen to the September 2, 2015 episode
It's A Doggy Dog World - All about dogs as pets & caring for your pet dog, - Pets & Animals on Pet Life Radio (PetLifeRadio.com)
Dogs are a part of our lives so it's no surprise that they are in movies, on TV, in books, and commercials. Plus we see celebrities with their dogs, dogs in dog shows, and so much more. But all of this exposure can have its downside. Let's take a look at how dog breeds become popular and the downside of that popularity. Questions or Comments? Email Liz at: email@example.com More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Popularity Isn't a Good Thing; Really on Pet Life Radio
Animals NEVER hide the value they have for themselves and yet... they are also KNOWN to be very kind and caring. Is it possible to be BOTH? Have you noticed that animals KNOW what they want, are willing to do what it takes to have it and they NEVER twist other people's No into a NO to themselves. And yet... do we judge them as being selfish, uncaring or unkind? Join Charlie and Suzy as they explore if there is a difference between "Having Your Back" and being selfish, uncaring and unkind. I wonder ... Are animals inviting us to acknowledge that the choice to "Have Your Own Back" is a vital component to actualizing the kindness and caring you be?