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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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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.
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
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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
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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

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.
 
Pure Dog Talk is the VOICE of PureBred Dogs. We talk to the legends of the sports and give you tips and tools to create an awesome life with your purebred dog. From dog shows to preservation breeding, from competitive obedience to field work, from agility to therapy dogs and all the fun in between; your passion is our purpose. Pure Dog Talk supports the American Kennel Club, our Parent, Specialty and All-Breed Clubs, Dog Sports, Therapy, Service and Preservation of our Canine Companions.
 
Hey there dog folk! Welcome to the No Bad Dogs Podcast, hosted by America's Canine Educator, Thomas Davis. Do you often wonder what your dog is thinking? Join Thomas as he teams up with dog trainers, dog lovers, dog enthusiasts and EVERYTHING in between to bring you the No Bad Dogs Podcast! Each episode will be PACKED full of dog training information and tips. Don't miss the weekly Q&A segment where you can call in and ask your own dog-related questions! Some of the topics we'll cover includ ...
 
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A VERY lively discussion with Mark Cushing, author Pet Nation: The Inside Story of How Companion Animals are Transforming Our HOMES, CULTURE and ECONOMY. Cushing doesn’t necessarily agree with the ban on pet store sales, and offers concerns about importing dogs from other countries. I actually agree with some of what he says but disagree regarding …
 
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…
 
The absolute better half of VivTech, Mrs. Erica McVeigh joins me for some in-depth UVB talk! Plus Kinova and US Ark name change drama... Double Plus... Mrs. Andelyn Czajka of Plug Ugly Pythons joins me for a brand new 15 Minutes of Lame... Sorry this one was a little late guys! #vivtechproducts #pluguglypythons #snakesandthefatman #fatmannation…
 
On episode THREE HUNDRED TWENTY-THREE of The Purrrcast, Sara and Steven welcome back Megan Lynn Kott to talk about her new book, Pawmistry: Unlocking the Secrets of the Universe with Cats. Plus she gives toebeans readings for our cats AND several past Purrrcast guests’ cats. The Purrrcast, talking to cat people because we can't talk to their cats. …
 
Visit us at shapedbydog.com Dog training is like a conversation between two friends. Have you ever travelled somewhere where you don’t speak the language? It can get problematic. And sometimes, our dogs have a similar experience with us. Is your communication with your dog clear enough for a two-way conversation? In the episode you'll hear: • Why o…
 
Today I talk about the pregnancy period of the Jackson’s Chameleon to help you understand the steps before the babies are born. The live bearing nature of Jackson's Chameleons can be a mystery, but there are things that we can notice. In this episode I talk about the different stages of pregnancy in the Jackson's Chameleon.…
 
In the summer of 2017, Lidia Matiss, then a high schooler, went to visit her mom at her workplace and, inside the office, was brutally attacked by an off-leash dog. Her mother worked for Cesar's Way, which belongs to Cesar Millan, aka The Dog Whisperer; the dog was Millan's late pit bull, Junior. Annie interviews LA-based lawyer Brian Adesman, who …
 
Robbie Smith, Sporting Arts Director at Leland Little Auctions and North Carolina decoy collector, joins the podcast with host, Katie Burke, to discuss his journey into waterfowling and collecting North Carolina decoys. The two discuss the importance of mentorship and friendships when beginning your collecting career. Robbie talks about his interes…
 
This Bar-tailed Godwit makes one of the longest migrations of any animal — a 7,200-mile non-stop flight each autumn from western Alaska to New Zealand. In his book A World on the Wing, Scott Weidensaul explores the remarkable transformation godwits undergo to make this migration possible. Their digestive organs shrink as their weight more than doub…
 
Lucky Dog He was the Emmy Award winning host of CBS's Lucky Dog. Brandon McMillan is back to teach us the basics: Sit, Stay, Down, Come, Off, Heel and No. He'll also clear up the confusion between the techniques taught by Cesar Millan and Victoria Stilwell. Listen Now Is Your Dog's Halloween Costume Sexist?? Young girls may be discarding their prin…
 
In this episode, Dr. Erica Lacher and show host Justin Long interview Kelly Vineyard, Ph.D. Kelly is the senior equine nutritionist for Purina, and brings a fantastic knowledge base to the show. She fields questions about a wide variety of nutrition topics, including what you can expect when you call your feed company for nutrition advice. This is …
 
News VetGurus Etsy Store is live VetGurus Shop We are excited to announce that the VetGurus Etsy merchandise sore is now live. After many requests for VetGurus branded merchandise we have finally developed a VetGurus range of quirky, distinctive branded items for you to purchase. Note than any VetGurus item purchased with help support our podcast. …
 
Retired DU Chief Scientist, Dr. Tom Moorman, and DU Canada’s Dr. Scott Stephens join the podcast to provide an informative and entertaining recap of recent hunting exploits on the Canadian prairies. “Dry” remains the operative word, yielding low hunting success, scattered ducks, and interesting observations. Dr. Stephens also shares insights from h…
 
▶ PLAY THIS EPISODE Our Hen House is proud to offer you the second episode of the four-part audio series of the groundbreaking book, Antiracism in Animal Advocacy: Igniting Cultural Transformation. Our very own Jasmin Singer is the editor of […]By Jasmin Singer and Mariann Sullivan
 
In autumn, hundreds of thousands of Swainson's Hawks migrate to South America. With the help of a satellite tracking device, let's follow an individual male. On September 14, he leaves his breeding territory near Hanna, Alberta; reaches southwest Saskatchewan by September 23; passes through Nebraska, October 1; Tamaulipas, Mexico, on October 7; Hon…
 
There are three main areas I want to address today on this topic of training mode vs everyday life. First, why training mode? What is it and how does it develop? Second, what do you want your dog to do? What are your goals for your dog? And finally, how can you use what you have taught your dog to make everyday life easier for both of you? Support …
 
Former collegiate footballer and current USFWS waterfowl ecologist, Dr. Heath Hagy, joins Dr. Mike Brasher on the DU Podcast to discuss his role in helping the USFWS Refuge System meet habitat needs of waterfowl in the southeastern U.S. What is the role of sanctuary, why are crops grown on Refuges, how are Refuge priorities set, what are the Refuge…
 
Dr. Francis Collins, the director of the National Institutes of Health, announced he is leaving at the end of 2021. PETA has been calling on him to resign since August. His departure means the biggest supporter/enabler of animal torture and experimentation in government-funded research can now be replaced with someone who is a true visionary of mod…
 
The Dark-eyed Junco is one of the most abundant backyard birds in North America. But it’s not our only junco. In the Southwest, the Yellow-eyed Junco lives in cool mountain forests from Arizona and New Mexico, through Mexico into Guatemala. Ornithologist Francis Sumichrast was in Veracruz, Mexico, in the 1860s. He reported that the locals believed …
 
Wayne Lynch—science writer, photographer, and author of numerous books, most recently, “Bears of the North: A Year Inside Their Worlds,” a deep and thorough exploration of the four northern bears: […] The post Wayne Lynch, author & photographer of “Bears of the North: A Year Inside Their Worlds” first appeared on Talking Animals.…
 
Ashley McCaffrey is an Air Force veteran and special education teacher who’s healing journey from PTSD has been bolstered by the aid of Hope, her service dog. Having the black lab by her side has allowed Ashley to feel more comfortable with everyday tasks, such as grocery shopping, as well as providing crucial support during a tough time teaching i…
 
When dogs are fighting in the house it can not only be stressful but dangerous. Tom talks to a online clients about some options for dealing with 2 dogs fighting in the same house. Thanks for listening to the No Bad Dogs podcast and thank you for listening to me about all the updates! :) Join the No Bad Dogs Member club! https://go.upstatecanine.co…
 
In this episode of K9 Conservationists, Kayla Fratt talks about off-leash etiquette in order to keep your dogs, yourself, others, and the environment safe. Discussed in this Podcast: Off-leash is a privilege and owners carry a responsibility when utilizing that privilege Ensure your dog has solid recall, especially around distractions Look for sign…
 
May Romer from the IAVRPT joins us to speak about fostering unity within the Veterinary Rehabilitation profession. Learn more about the IAVRPT: https://iavrpt.org/ 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 …
 
HAPPY MAXIMUM FUN BLOCK PARTY TO YOU AND YOURS! This week CIPYD welcomes listeners old and new to unpack how this podcast happened to you. Ever wonder WHO started this podcast? WHAT was Alexis thinking when she got roped into this? WHERE did CrickCrumBoat even come from? WHEN did My Mutt Minute start? WHY does Renee always have such great leads and…
 
Professor Dee Boersma, working with the Wildlife Conservation Society and the Province of Chubut, has been studying the Magellanic Penguins of Argentina. "In 1983, we realized that oil pollution was really a huge problem for these birds. We were seeing birds coming ashore, covered in oil. We started bringing this to the government's attention. And …
 
This episode is sponsored in part by Smalls Fresh Cat Food and Doobert.com. Dr. Kelly Diehl left private practice as a Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialist to join the Morris Animal Foundation which funds research that benefits animals directly. Dr. Diehl and Stacy discuss the Happy, Healthy Cat campaign which continues to shape protocol aroun…
 
Stephanie Seabrook Hedgepath on Structure AKC judge, Pembroke Welsh Corgi breeder, author and speaker Stephanie Seabrook Hedgepath joins host Laura Reeves for a conversation about canine structure. Hedgepath walks us through what’s important when evaluating a dog’s structure. “You gotta know where to put your hands,” Hedgepath said. “You've got to …
 
In the first of three BONUS Connection Summit Crossover podcasts with Marissa Martino of The Paws and Reward Podcast, Sarah and Marissa dig in on imposter syndrome.https://robindiangelo.com/publications/https://blacklivesmatter.com/https://www.naacp.org/https://www.ibramxkendi.com/how-to-be-an-antiracist-1Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/cogdogradi…
 
This week we discuss one of the most maligned animals in North America, the coyote. I speak with Keli Hendricks, the Ranching with Wildlife Coordinator for Project Coyote. Project Coyote is a national non-profit organization based in Northern California whose mission is to promote compassionate conservation and coexistence between people and wildli…
 
APEX Ammunition hit the market in the turkey woods several years back, but the owners had a vision to move these high-performance loads into the waterfowling community. APEX Ammunition CEO Jason Lonsberry joins host Chris Jennings on the DU Podcast to talk about their multiple ammunition offerings for duck and goose hunters, and the pair discuss th…
 
Every year, hundreds of bird species migrate between North and South America. Some species likely evolved from ancestors that moved north in search of new breeding habitats: the “southern home” hypothesis. But others may have extended their winter ranges south: the “northern home” hypothesis. Many birds have likely gained and lost the ability to mi…
 
Probably the toughest hunt I have done in years. And certainly one of the most fun. This trip goes down as one of my favorites and this podcast may be the same. When we broke down, I was sure the brown bears were going to spend the night with us!!! And the only trip I have even been on where a friend drop ships wader-boots, literally drops them fro…
 
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