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The show about how to have a better relationship with your dog or cat. Get tips on dog and cat behaviour and training, learn about the science on dogs and cats, and find out which books we're reading (animal-related and more generally). Hosted by Zazie Todd PhD and Kristi Benson CTC of Companion Animal Psychology blog.
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The Pet Behaviour Chat

Dr Katrin Jahn, DrMedVet, CertVA, MANZCVS (Veterinary Behaviour), MRCVS

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Every week, experienced Veterinarian and Veterinary Behaviourist Dr. Katrin Jahn provides evidence-based solutions for pet behaviour problems, delivered with kindness, passion, and empathy. The podcast features up-to-date, informative advice on behaviour problems in dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, and other companion animals in a variety of episodes, including interviews with some of the leading minds in Pet Behaviour Medicine. In our Case Study and Case De-Brief episodes, Dr. Katrin demonstrate ...
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Hello and welcome to "The Pet Perspective", the podcast from Napo for the spiciest insights into all things pets. Every fortnight we'll be interviewing a range of pet industry experts, and popular veterinarians to get their insight into what's going on in the pet world. We'll be hearing their opinions and guidance on tougher topics like trending doggy diets, or the rise in pet theft, as well as getting some top tips to help you take the best possible care of your pet. Learn more: https://www ...
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Cat & Nat are two moms/women trying to not live in the confines that society puts on them. As they debunk the myths, challenge the scripts and give women (and men) the freedom to say f*ck it. Through BFF conversations that everyone is thinking about but no one is talking about on Tuesdays, guest interviews on Thursdays and non traditional “Sex Fridays”, Cat & Nat take this podcast to a whole new level of f*ck it, inspiring their listeners to find themselves, their true selves. Not the ones s ...
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PsychCrunch

The British Psychological Society Research Digest

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PsychCrunch is the podcast from the British Psychological Society's Research Digest. Each episode we explore whether the findings from psychological science can make a difference in real life. Just how should we live, according to psychology? We speak to psychologists about their research and whether they apply what they've discovered in their own lives.
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Two Vets Talk Pets

Two Vets Talk Pets

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Want to know the latest on keeping your pet healthy, both behaviourally and medically? Want to know what happens daily at your local vet clinic? Veterinarians, Drs Lewis Kirkham and Robbie Anderton, provide an informative, light-hearted chat about the health of your pet. It includes veterinary, behaviour and training advice for pet owners, dog trainers, cat lovers, veterinarians, veterinary technicians and; veterinary nurses. Dr Lewis has further qualifications in animal behaviour and Dr Rob ...
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Purrfect Podcast

The Cat Protection Society

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Think Cats. Think The Cat Protection Society of Victoria. Hosted by our Cat Protection Society team of Veterinarians, Animal Behaviourists and our Adoption Shelter and Foster Care team, our Purrfect Podcast is dedicated to helping cat-lovers ensure they can provide their fabulous feline family member (or members) with a happy, healthy and safe nine-lives. We celebrate the amazing bond that exists between cats and their humans and recognize the incredible role that cats can play as companion ...
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Over the course of 36 podcasts we will explore the A to Z of mental health topics. This podcast is meant to facilitate discussion and hopefully help to remove stigma around a whole range of topics and issues. This is not a therapy podcast and I urge you to talk to you GP, Mind or someone you trust if you find any of the issues we touch on triggers anything for you. Every podcast is also raising money for Mind, so please support if you can by either clicking the link to donate in the podcast ...
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Medicine for intellectual boredom. Host Dr Mark Fabian of Cambridge University brings together an eclectic mix of creative young folk to discuss the most stimulating ideas at the knowledge frontier, from data governance to the metamodern cultural mode, and everything in between. The world's most thoughtful people, having a chat - and you're invited! So turn off your socials, throw away your popular science books, and get ready for some legit galaxy brain takes. Thanks to Keith Spangle for th ...
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Animals Naturally

Suzanne Harris (Taranet)

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Helping you to care for your horse, dog or other animal naturally, Suzanne Harris is an equestrian and canine entrepreneurial coach and consultant to veterinarians who want to help prevent animals being affected by domestic abuse. Suzanne is the producer of this podcast, and is creator of www.taranet.co.uk, an internationally respected consultancy and online resource. With over a decade's experience as a domestic abuse expert combined with a lifelong love of animals, Suzanne has twice won th ...
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Ever wonder what your animals are trying to tell you? How to decipher those looks, barks, meows, and interesting behaviour? Join Lindsay Maurice as she shares numerous animal communication encounters and bizarre unfoldings. Jumping into unique stories that will open your mind to the depths in which the animals that share our world look to connect.
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Oli Juste hosts a podcast about dogs. Health and behaviour experts, friends, artists, dog lovers and owners talk about dog training and behaviour, our dogs’ physical and mental health, rescue dogs, but also dogs in art, in culture, dogs at work and of course our own individual companions and their wonderful quirks. Expect to learn a few things whilst having fun and discovering new sides of the dog’s world.
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Welcome! This podcast is a thought provoking journey into the world of canine psychology and science, and introduces the only psychotherapeutic method grounded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy proven effective with dogs over the age of six months. Host, Billie Groom, developed Canine Cognitive Behavioral Therapy over 3.5 decades of working with dogs from all backgrounds. She is an award winning author, and was featured in Psychology Today Magazine by Marc Bekoff. She has appeared on many show ...
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Concerned about the impact we humans are having on them? Then charge up those AirPods - or Bluetooth headset - and get ready for The Animal Guide for Curious Humans. Creator and host Maureen Armstrong brings animal lovers, wildlife experts and decision makers together to discuss the habits and behaviours of animals—including us—and ways we can live together harmoniously in light of ever-increasing population, resource and climate pressures. The Animal Guide for Curious Humans will educate yo ...
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We’ve created a new podcast series all about kittens! The Pets at Home Kitten Podcast’s mission is to provide you with an expert overview of everything you need to know, and the products you’ll need, to help make caring for your kitten a positive and exciting adventure. Welcoming a new cat or kitten into your home is an amazing experience and can be the beginning of a wonderful companionship, but also means a lot of change for both of you. What are the first things a new kitten owner should ...
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Holistic Pet Radio

Holistic Pet Radio

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Welcome to Holistic Pet Radio, your trusted source for expert insights and practical advice on nurturing your pet's well-being naturally. Join us as we explore the world of holistic pet care, covering topics like raw feeding, improving your kibble, natural supplements, enrichment, pet health, and more. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced pet owner, our informative episodes are designed to empower you with the knowledge to make informed decisions for your furry companions. Hosted by A ...
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Welcome to the NEW podcast all about parenting teens with Cat & Nat. Each week we are going to go over topics that you need to know and bring an expert to break down an important topic. New episodes every Monday, go subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. Part of adolescence involves taking risks, but as a parent, it can be a challenging ti…
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Some of us don't remember our first time in great detail (Cat) while some of us can recount it in LOTS of detail (Nat) what their first time was like. This week Nat shares it all with us! We also talk about what might happen if she were to run into her "first" today. Like, would he want to give it another go or no?? Want our podcasts sent straight …
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In this repeat episode we are bringing you part two of our chat with Oliver and Erinn Hudson of Unconsciously Coupled. This episode was super real and honest! They shared the story of Oliver's infidelity during their engagement, what that conversation looked like and the scars it left behind. With an amazing therapist and a lot of support, hear wha…
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We talk about the health issues faced by flat-faced (brachycephalic) dogs and cats and why these breeds are still to popular with Dr. Dan O'Neill and Dr. Rowena Packer of the Royal Veterinary College. We start by talking about what we mean when we talk about brachycephalic dogs. Pugs, Bulldogs, and French Bulldogs are the poster children for these …
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We are starting to feel the shift, actually living it in real time. Schools are having to roll out wellness programs for high school students because of the pressure they are putting on themselves. Everyone is trying to understand where it's coming from. Where did it start? How did we get here? We are having to undo it all. Academics are going to c…
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Episode 31 – Fears, Phobias and Anxiety So many of our pets struggle with anxiety or specific fears and phobias. But how can we tell if this is just a normal and adaptive response to the pet’s environment or if they are “abnormal” or maladaptive responses that need treatment? What you will learn in this episode: 1. The definitions, differences and …
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Welcome to the NEW podcast all about parenting teens with Cat & Nat. Each week we are going to go over topics that you need to know and bring an expert to break down an important topic. New episodes every Monday, go subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. There was a time when our children literally needed us to survive. As they grow into t…
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We asked for your bedroom 'icks.' These are really funny and sometimes, really relatable! How many of you tell your partner what your bedroom 'icks' are? Or do you just roll with it? You guys never cease to amaze us. Keep sending us your 'icks.' And remember, when in doubt, breathe through your mouth. Want our podcasts sent straight to your phone? …
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We love these two so much we had to bring this episode back! We chatted with Erinn and Oliver Hudson of Unconsciously Coupled about so many things including breaking intergenerational trauma, past relationships, sex, infidelity (and how to move beyond it) and so much more that we had to make it a two part series. Erinn and Oliver have been unconsci…
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This is Episode 37 of PsychCrunch, the podcast of the British Psychological Society’s Research Digest, sponsored by Routledge Psychology. [Content warning: This episode centres around cancer. As such, it makes references to medical events and themes that some listeners may find disturbing. Listener discretion is advised.] In the face of significant…
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Nat doesn't shock Cat very often, but she left us with a real zinger last week! In part two this week, we are talking about having someone in your life who isn't bringing you joy and how releasing them can be really hard. Nat released someone from her life and feels lucky that it isn't something she has to deal with anymore. There's nothing there a…
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Episode 30 – Stress and Disease with Dr Gaelle Joanny This is SUCH a great episode packed with information for vets, vet nurses, pet care professionals and pet caregivers alike. Listen as Dr Katrin chats with Dr Gaelle about 2 of the most common physical diseases caused or precipitated by stress - gastro-intestinal disease in dogs and cats and FIC …
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When your kids get older and they are out of the house, and now there is all of this free time, does that mean you have to have day sex? We are so used to finite times for sex. Someone may come home, wake up, or walk in. But what happens when they are out of the house? Is daytime sex more of an expectation or a norm? Do we need to start a hobby? Th…
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Some of you may have heard of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, an area of the Pacific Ocean roughly 1.6 million square kilometres in size that contains between 45 000 to 129 000 metrics tonnes of plastic waste, mostly in the form of microplastics – fingernail sized or smaller bits of the material. The patch has increased 10-fold in size each decade…
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We've had a lot of conversations about sex but in this repeat episode we've never really talked about it from the perspective of a woman, often it's from that of the man. And that sex is something we "have to do" vs. "want to do". Emily Nagoski joined us to talk about the barriers that prevent people from living with confidence and joy in their bod…
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We floated around a few topics today, Nat waiting for Cat to get out the door, Nat back on her meds and feeling slightly numb again, and people taking up space where there could be joy. And with 90 seconds left in the podcast, Nat left us with a real zinger! Tune in next week for part 2!! Want our podcasts sent straight to your phone? Text us the w…
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Episode 29 – Stress – what is it and why is it important for our pets? Stress is a big topic – not only in pets but also us humans and having a good understanding of what it is and how it affects us can be really important. Stress is actually a totally normal and important response, which keeps us safe and working in an optimal state – both physica…
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Welcome to the NEW podcast all about parenting teens with Cat & Nat. Each week we are going to go over topics that you need to know and bring an expert to break down an important topic. New episodes every Monday, go subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. Teenagers lie, A LOT, but when should we be concerned about lying? We brought in Dr. D…
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We loved this honest conversation with Rachel Wright! It may knock a few of you off your chairs, so listen closely. Rachel and her wife, Ashley, are both currently pregnant, expecting their triad’s first and second children along with their third partner, Yair. Rachel shared how the three of them went about deciding to start a family, how they got …
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In this repeat episode we chatted with mom, wife, style-icon, influencer, and entrepreneur, Whitney Port. We fell in love with Whitney's relatable attitude and unique style on one of the OG of reality shows, The Hills. Whitney chats about her husbands crush on a reality star coming true, her experience "acting" on The Hills and The City, trying to …
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There is a lot of talk about banning cell phones in school. The irony is that everyone is on social media, discussing how they need to be banned. We are kind of crazy like that. Ask educators their thoughts, and they will tell you it's pointless unless parents buy in. Can we go back to the way it was when we were growing up? Let us know what you th…
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Welcome to Dog Training DisrUPted. Do you get overwhelmed by the amount of conflicting suggestions and advise? You are not alone! Surprisingly, many of those approaches may be effective, and many ineffective - why? Many methods assess behaviors and then implement solutions to address the behavior. CCBT analyzes the situation, determining the reason…
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We did a deep dive into Nat's new Netflix series about twins, one who lost his memory and the other who took it upon himself to reconstruct it—except the stories he recounted weren't true. They were a million times better than the actual reality. Would you want to know if something terrible happened to you in your past that you could no longer reme…
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Episode 28 – Hypervocalisation, Love Bites and more – Faryal and Simba’s Story Does your cat vocalise all the time? Do they keep you up at night with their cries or screams? Are you struggling to know what they want and how you can help them to change this behaviour? Does your cat nip at you? Or even worse, do they bite or scratch? How can you know…
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Welcome to the NEW podcast all about parenting teens with Cat & Nat. Each week we are going to go over topics that you need to know and bring an expert to break down an important topic. New episodes every Monday, go subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. We feel fortunate whenever we have the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Scott Hadland,…
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If you've been here for a while you know that one of our kids has a favourite animal and it's a beaver. We don't really know what the parenting rule is for explaining these types of things but it was time to let them know why "the beaver" is called a beaver. For some help answering that question we had to call a brother for a little insight. You do…
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This week I talk to the founders of The Authentic Girls Club about what it means to stop seeking happiness and start becoming a spreader of joy. One practice shines through as a tool we can all use to get out of our own heads and be more intentional about how we show up for those around us. Listen to the end to hear all about The Authentic Girls Cl…
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With Mother’s Day around the corner we thought it would be fun to bring back one of your favourite episodes with Spencer and her mom Robyn Barbosa. Spencer is a vibrant, resilient and inspirational young woman that our daughters (and many other young girls!) look up to. She shared her confidence struggles while growing up and how she shifted her mi…
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Separation anxiety affects many dogs. In this edition get information on 3 holistic ways to help stop your dog getting stressed. Links mentioned in this podcast include Tellington Ttouch Bach Flower Remedies for Animals Reiki for Animals You can get more tips and info by on my Social Media or websites: Facebook Twitter Instagram Pinterest Aloe Vera…
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This week, we discussed our summer hopes and plans. As our kids are getting older, they aren't as carefree. They need to be entertained, and that responsibility falls on us. Unfortunately, it's a situation we created because we are so darn fun to hang out with. But, when one of our kids came to us and said they wanted to go to camp, it triggered so…
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Episode 27 – The Risks and Downfalls of Punishment Based Dog Training In this episode, Dr Katrin talks about punishment from a learning theory point of view, how and where it fits into B.F. Skinner’s 4 quadrants of operant conditioning, and why it is extremely risky and welfare-negative to use punishment-based training and methods. Dr Katrin gives …
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Welcome to the NEW podcast all about parenting teens with Cat & Nat. Each week we are going to go over topics that you need to know and bring an expert to break down an important topic. New episodes every Monday, go subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. Our kids are living in a world of technology that parents may have no idea how to navi…
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Here's a million dollar question; if Only Fans offered you a million dollars to do a video would you do it? We would have to talk to our family of course, but one of us did come up with a dollar amount and it was not a million dollars! Tune in to find out how much Cat OR Nat would do it for! Want our podcasts sent straight to your phone? Text us th…
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We are gearing up for some new interviews shortly but in the meantime running with a few of your faves! We had an amazingly candid conversation with Audrina Patridge to talk all about her book Choices - To The Hills and Back Again. Audrina is baring it all: the nearly soul-crushing struggles, the beauty of finally reclaiming her power, and the incr…
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This podcast strives to bring forward new insights and innovative frameworks for understanding the world of the 21st century. Few things underscore just how radically different things are today from the 20th century than recent advances in artificial intelligence, where an AI ‘copilot’ on your smartphone can now perform myriad tasks for you in a fe…
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Here's the problem with parenting: you never know how badly you've messed up until it's too late. We have great kids, but we can only say "for now." We aren't seeing any red flags, "for now". We've talked to so many people who had teenagers on one trajectory in the early years, only to see it change dramatically. So the verdict is still out when yo…
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Episode 26 – Positive Reinforcement and Beyond – A chat with Ilse We had so much fun making this episode as we got to talk about some of the things that are closest to our hearts – how we can use therapeutic approaches that go beyond the operant to help our patients. In this episode you will learn all about our “5 Cs”: 1. Calm 2. Confidence 3. Conn…
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Zazie and Kristi are joined by Grant Hayter-Menzies to talk about his book Freddie: The Rescue Dog Who Rescued Me. In this episode, we’re joined by writer and biographer Grant Hayter-Menzies to talk about his book Freddie: The Rescue Dog Who Rescued Me. We talk about how Freddie came into his life and the important ways in which dogs help us, even …
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Welcome to the NEW podcast all about parenting teens with Cat & Nat. Each week we are going to go over topics that you need to know and bring an expert to break down an important topic. New episodes every Monday, go subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. When it comes to teenagers, powerful emotions come with the territory. And with so man…
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Natural Cat Skincare In this edition learn more about some herbs proven to help cat skin health. Research featured includes: Harvey RG. A comparison of evening primrose oil and sunflower oil for the management of papulocrustous dermatitis in cats. The Veterinary Record. 1993 Dec;133(23):571-573. PMID: 8303807. https://europepmc.org/article/med/8303…
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Jake Maddock is a relationship coach who has coached thousands of people into a 10/10 relationship so naturally we had to hear what he had to say. Jake shares his fundamentals to achieving a 10/10 relationship, masculine vs feminine energy and red flags that he believes should not be ignored when looking for a relationship. For more on Jake check o…
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Life has been life'ing a little over here so we are throwing it back with a repeat episode of one of your favourites. We met with the incredibly inspiring Julie of @spilledmilkmamma who has unwillingly been on a journey of grief this past year. Just four weeks after giving birth to her second child, Julie's husband Charles went on a business trip a…
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There's a huge controversy online involving a mom and one of her children. The entire account is focused on her daughter. Many people are saying, 'Save the daughter.' But when you see who is commenting, it's disturbing. Where is the line between parents making money off of their children? And then there's Reddit. Everything is there. Everyone is an…
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We got hacked in the craziest way. They stole our whole Facebook identity. They stole our audience, and then they hijacked our page. So sneaky. They created a subpage which was just sh*tty, junky news, with gross photos. We had a phone call with them, their emails were all so detailed and professional. No passwords were given and then oops, it's go…
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Episode 25 – Dominant Dogs – Do they exist? This is a big topic and one that often sparks quite a bit of controversy! Dr Katrin unpacks the sometimes-confusing subject of Dominance Theory and why this does not apply to our domesticated dogs and certainly not to their relationships with humans. In this episode you will learn: 1. The difference betwe…
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Welcome to the NEW podcast all about parenting teens with Cat & Nat. Each week we are going to go over topics that you need to know and bring an expert to break down an important topic. New episodes every Monday, go subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts. It's no secret that there's a history of sexism, misogyny and hypermasculinity in spor…
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We have a very special episode for you! Kaamna Bhojwani is a sexuality expert with psychology degrees from Columbia University, the University of Illinois, and Smith College, and we LOVED our candid conversation with her! Kaamna hosts the popular show, KaamnaLive, where she engages a lively and loyal audience on taboo topics around sexuality, relat…
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You can love yourself but not be 100% confident. You can be insecure in relationships and friendships, always watching, not able to live your own life because you are constantly chasing what the other person is doing. The minute you don't give a f*ck is the minute people stop playing with your emotions. The minute you can put a boundary in is the m…
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Episode 24 – Anxious Puppies – Eva and Atlas’s Story What is the right age to start treating puppies with mental, emotional, and behavioural ill health disorders? Well, the answer is that it is never too early. If a puppy had a bacterial infection or was in pain, we would not withhold antibiotics or pain relief, therefore, why would we not do the s…
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