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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 ...
 
On Jody’s Pet Life Radio show, Bark and Swagger, she shares the love we feel for our pets, and the beautiful, fun fashion available for them. Guest interviews with designers and other experts from the fashion arena, surprise co-hosts- you never know what interesting designer label or useful bit of info you’ll discover. So, what are you waiting for? Tune in and get your swagger on!
 
How do you start the pet business of your dreams? What can you do to help pet parents to discover you? Can you juggle games of fetch with business growth? These are just some of the questions that award-winning dog mom blogger Tori Mistick asks in her weekly interviews with women in the pet industry. Working with pets is a passion… it’s also a $70 billion industry! On the Wear Wag Repeat podcast you’ll get social media tips, business growth hacks and inspirational stories to turn your passio ...
 
Sharing stories of force-free dog training journeys with challenging, reactive and aggressive dogs and the impact living with those dogs has on our daily lives and our mental health. I hope that hearing these stories can help to make people feel less alone. We love our dogs to pieces but sometimes it's hard and then it's simply nice to hear from others going through something similar. This podcast is about us trying to teach our dogs, but more importantly, it's about what our dogs are teachi ...
 
Social Dog is devoted to inspiring, motivating, and educating both dog owners as well as those who love dogs. We're a community where dog lovers can learn more about topics relevant to dogs and their social well-being. We'll be teaming up with some of the most capable animal experts in the world in order to teach you as much as possible about your pooch, including how to train, exercise, socialize, and love them! We'll speak with animal communicators, training experts, forward-thinking veter ...
 
Chances are you know about the downside of drinking… the anxiety, damage to your body, lost days, lost relationships. But instead of focusing on the downsides, why not talk about the UPside of recovery? Recovery is more than just abstaining. It means changing the conditions that surround us and learning to love and trust ourselves again. Most people need support to do that, and that’s where The Hangover Liberation Society comes in. Each week on the show, co-hosts Adrienne van der Valk and Er ...
 
Dogs are a gift. They amaze us every day. They are loyal friends and noble protectors. We live with them, but do we really know them? Find out all kinds of interesting things about dogs and how to keep them happy and healthy. We will explore dogs and the people who love them. What does science teach us about dogs? What questions have you always wanted to ask your vet? We examine all things canine and help dog lovers learn new and interesting dog things. We talk with new and exciting people a ...
 
The Wag Out Loud pawdcast started as a passion project that would help all of us to be the BEST advocates for our dogs’ health and wellness. After many amazing guests, intriguing topics and incredible feedback, the WOL pawdcast is hitting a nerve with dog lovers all over the world. Why is it that over 50% of our dogs are getting cancer? I believe it is because of the extreme toxic load that are dogs are taking on from not only their poor diets, but from their environment as well. We can do s ...
 
Our own lives and those of our canine companions are intertwined. They’re friends and family; family sent from the animal kingdom to teach us, make us better and take us closer to nature. In this Podcast, with the help of special guests and other family members [human and canine], Nicky Campbell explores their world in our world and how they make the world an infinitely better place. A house is not a home without a hound.
 
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Don't know what podcast to listen to next? Podworld is a podcast that recommends the shows you should listen to next. If you are a massive fan of podcasts and are always on the look out for a new show, or are simply brand new to podcasts and don't know where to start... this show is for you. On every episode of Podworld, we select a specific genre (like comedy, or food, or true crime, or history) and go searching for the stand out podcasts to recommend in that genre. There's also an intervie ...
 
Handle It With Humor is an uncensored comedy podcast about being a military veteran wife, parenting, marriage, babies, and stress. Mollie Gross is a comedienne, motivational speaker, and author. Her goal is to help you find humor in life's most stressful situations with advice you can LISTEN to, and stories you can laugh at.
 
It's the latest news on the oldest stories. Join two (slightly clueless) fans of history and archaeology for a comical take on the latest news about the past from historical, archaeological and scientific research. See some fake reviews below! "There must be someone who likes stuff like this, surely" - Supportive friends and family "It does a great job of keeping the cats calm when there's fireworks." - Barbara from number 32 "This is the trouble with using shuffle in store, you get stuff li ...
 
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Jessica Maddox, an assistant professor of digital media at the University of Alabama, is the author of the forthcoming book The Internet Is For Cats: How Animal Images Shape Our Digital Lives. Her research has largely involved looking at how people share and consume photos of animals on the Internet. She and Annie discuss a variety of topics relati…
 
Do you think you know THE biggest mistake when it comes to training your dog? The answer might surprise you. Some of the actions we take are so damaging to dogs, and we have no idea how damaging they are. Doggy Dan will share more about this big mistake, how to correct it, how you can incorporate the Dog Calming Code and how all of this differs fro…
 
Today I have a special double feature episode featuring two interviews with two wonderful petpreneurs. The common theme for both of these interviews is repurposing! First up… Dog trainer Ruth Hegarty shares her expertise around adoptable dogs and how to set them up for success in your life. In a sense, adopted dogs are kinda repurposed. When you re…
 
Trigger Warning: behavioral euthanasia This episode is full of amazement, wonder, celebration, grief, sadness, guilt, love and I want to say almost any and all of the emotions from all over the spectrum. It’s long and unedited because a story like that of Meaghan and Sunny, which unfortunately does not have a happy end, needs to be told in full. As…
 
When Rae adopted Kala, she didn’t know the challenges she’d inherit (sound familiar, fellow adoptors?). When the market couldn’t solve her problem, she invented her own, and created a 3-in-1 problem solver for small dog parents that’s cute and practical. Find out more! EPISODE NOTES: Is Your Dog Anxious, Outdoorsy, Small? This 3-in-1 Problem Solver…
 
Karen Pryor turns ninety on May 14th! Annie is celebrating today and... plotting continued celebrations on this podcast in the coming year. If you're a Karen Pryor fan, join the celebration! If you're not, you'll enjoy learning why she is so worthy of it. In this episode, Annie interviews BF Skinner Foundation president Dr. Julie Vargas, about the …
 
This week, we learned via a leaked Supreme Court opinion that the Court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade; given this news, we decided to release an episode on the topic of abortion from Season 4 of Adrienne's other podcast, Feminist Hotdog. We at REVA have always centered bodily autonomy in our recovery work and feel strongly that scaling back acc…
 
On this episode, I’m sharing a conversation with dog trainer Chelsea Nelson. What we talked about is the importance of being able to have conversation in the dog space. A canine conversation that isn’t an argument and isn’t about proving who is right and who is wrong. Instead, we need to focus on how we can help pets in the best way we know how. Ch…
 
Before she became a dog trainer, Jenny Efimova was working human trauma survivors for a living. Her job involved being empathetic and meeting people where they were. It wasn't immediately obvious to her that a lot of the lessons she'd learned at work could be applied to someone in her home who was suffering: Her dog. Her young rescue, Larkin, was i…
 
Over-vaccinating is a big deal and there are many illnesses that can result from over vaccination. Listen in as Dr. Jodie Gruenstern shares with us the proper way to vaccinate our dogs throughout their lives and why titer testing is so important. Learn what a titer test is and why you should support new state legislation that will accept a protecti…
 
On this episode I’m sharing a conversation with Jocelyn Mizrahi, the founder of Dog Mom Lifestyles subscription box. Jocelyn talked to me about how she was inspired to get into the pet industry after becoming physically ill from the stress of her previous career. Although entrepreneurship isn’t an easy ride, it’s amazing how pursuing something that…
 
Trigger Warning: Behavioral Euthanasia Many of you will know Annie as the author of the book “The Midnight Dog Walkers” and as a dog trainer who specializes in dealing with reactivity and aggression cases and we do talk about that, but in this episode she also talks about life with her own dogs, Radar, Echo , Zimmie , Cooper and Finn (the latter tw…
 
In his work as a set designer, Saturday Night Life staffer Ken MacLeod had seen many well-trained dogs, and had even done commercial work with his own Jack Russell, Mac. But then he got a dog named Scooter and he realized that every dog has different needs. This realization led him to decide he wanted to become a certified dog trainer. Today, he sp…
 
When it comes to almost any recovery team, pets are the real MVPs. In this episode, we talk through a long list of ways caring for pets (and plants!) can support us emotionally, physically, and mentally as we learn to live without drugs and alcohol. We also share personal stories about the dogs who saved us at different low points in our lives and …
 
Have you ever wanted to start a dog podcast of your own? Podcasting is one of my favorite elements of my pet industry business! But it’s a lot of work. Today I’m sharing an interview with fellow pet industry podcaster Erin Scott of Believe in Dog Podcast. Erin has been interviewing dog lovers on her show since October 2019. And in March 2022 she la…
 
Remember the star charts for kids? You only add stars for good behavior and never remove any for bad behavior. How come we don't treat our dog training "star charts" with the same respect? When we are working with our challenging dogs, every setback makes us tear down the star chart and start from the beginning again. Why? And, also... stop it! Wha…
 
Oftentimes, the toughest thing about training dogs is dealing with people. Strangers out in public, however well-intentioned, can be major obstacles to a fruitful training session, further complicating things in what is most likely already a high-pressure environment for your dog. Annie feels for dogs who are basically bullied (often unintentionall…
 
Do all dogs need help from a professional trainer? Are we able to read books or watch videos to help train our dogs?The biggest drawback of do-it-yourself dog training is the potential lost time. If you are fumbling through and trying to figure it out as you go (as most of us are), you stand to lose valuable moments in your dog's life that could be…
 
A travel souvenir from Nicaragua Imagine falling in love with two abandoned 5 weeks old street dog puppies whilst abroad in Nicaragua. The second you lay eyes on them you know you’re in trouble because you’re not going to give these dogs up. So you crowdfund in pre-crowdfunding days to get the money together to bring these dogs to the Netherlands. …
 
Last week I shared that the Wear Wag Repeat Podcast hit 100,000 downloads! To celebrate that milestone, this week I’m sharing the most downloaded episode ever. This is an interview with Julie Swan, aka The Honest Breeder. Julie and I had an interesting conversation about pricing. As a dog breeder, pricing is a very important component of her busine…
 
The Netflix docu-series Bad Vegan is about the owner of a raw food restaurant (which happened to be located on Annie's street) who was conned out of millions of dollars by a narcissistic sociopath who claimed he could make her dog immortal. The story leads Annie to think aloud about how genius manipulators use coercion, punishment and classical con…
 
Think handcrafted; think sustainable. Think fine fabrics you can’t wait to run your hands across. Stylish tees, collars/leashes in fabu colors, dresses for your princess and these pouches called the Mimi Walk Bag that I have seriously fallen for (check out the metallic silver). If you’re a fashion hound, Le Calico is a do not miss. Be an early adop…
 
Can food help us recover from substance use disorder? The answer is YES, and our guest on today’s episode explains why. Nutrition coach Kiola Raines is passionate about helping people in recovery use food as a tool to boost their moods, lower anxiety, and nourish the parts of our brains that experience stress when we stop drinking. Hear her recomme…
 
On this episode I’m celebrating a major milestone for the Wear Wag Repeat Podcast. As of this week we hit 100,000 downloads! That’s 100,000 times listeners took action to hear inspiring interviews with women in the pet industry. In this solo episode I’ll take a look back at the past 4 years of podcasting about business and dogs. I also have an exci…
 
Did you know that The Dog Whisperer and Jada Pinkett Smiths are longtime best friends? Two weeks ago, Will Smith calmly and confidently sauntered up on to the stage of the Oscars and slapped someone who said something he didn't like. His vibe and techniques struck Annie as a bit Dog Whisper-y. Maybe that's because she was aware that Cesar Millan, a…
 
Are you always trying to keep everyone in your household happy? I was. In this episode, I talk about how that can backfire and create the opposite of what you want with examples from my own life. Fair warning, it was recorded on the fly, while walking Rusty, so the audio is not awesome, but the message might resonate. If you want to learn how to ha…
 
Testifying in court can be a stressful experience for most people and especially children who may be asked to recall traumatic memories. We know about how studies have shown that interacting with a dog can lower stress levels, as well as put people at ease, so having dogs in the courtroom to comfort victims just makes sense. Join me as I interview …
 
Get to know Candace Meade, the creator of dog accessory brand Duke & Fox. Candance told me how she went from a hobby sewist to selling baby blankets and burp cloths to an Etsy shop to selling over 70,000 dog items in just the last 5 years. Lately I’ve noticed a lot of changes on Etsy, so I was really interested in asking Candace about her experienc…
 
Finally, your faithful style lover is able to introduce you once again, to the hottest and newest in the pet space to make your jobs as pet parents (a lovely job) easier and/or more stylish, from my favorite trade show of the year! Dive in to a Global Pet Expo 2022 round up of my favorites discoveries this year! EPISODE NOTES: Delicious New Finds F…
 
Annie interviews Katya Lidsky, a writer, podcaster and frequent dog fosterer who lives in Austin, TX. She recently started a podcast called The Animal That Changed You, and interviewed Annie about an animal that changed her (head over and check out the episode! https://www.katyalidsky.com/podcast). Katya, who refers to herself as a "soft core" anim…
 
Friendships can be some of the most rewarding experiences of our lives, but when we're drinking and using things can get...complicated. In this episode, we look back on how we functioned (or didn't) within our friendships while we were drinking, what has changed since we quit, and some of the challenges we didn't expect as sober people connecting w…
 
Do you know an Animal Shelter that is need of help? Maybe the conditions of the facility are decaying, dogs being euthanized, not enough adoptions or homes? Then you want to share this Cinderella story with their community. Kansas City, Mo. rescue's Wayside Waifs will teach us how they turned their rescue into a fabulous resource for not only their…
 
In this episode I’m talking to Dana Ben David of Montreal-based dog wellness brand Healthybud. Her team’s passion for nutrition lead them to create dog treats, toppers and meals that are all about superfoods. They worked with researchers to ensure their formulas were making the most of each ingredient. They are so dedicated to getting the recipes j…
 
Annie recently received an email from a producer who had a request: Were there any School For The Dogs students who were big men with tiny dogs? Or people who had big dogs who wouldn't mind their dogs being humorously mocked on Youtube? The request came via Douglas Widick, a Brooklynite who had recently brought his young Scottie, Skye, in for playt…
 
In this episode, I’m talking to Leslie Yellin, the founder and CEO of Animal Science Labs. Leslie’s company is in the business of selling happiness! They’re using molecular science to help dogs cope with separation anxiety. There was a study done at Emory University that showed how a dog’s pleasure receptors in the brain light up when they smell th…
 
Our shelters are crowded and precious pups are being euthanized. Our soldiers are suffering with PTSD symptoms, preventing them from getting on with their lives. This non-profit - Shelter To Soldier - found an ingenious way to help them both. Find out what they’re doing and how they are saving lives from Rennie Gabriel, one of their biggest support…
 
So much good stuff in this episode! I want to turn half of the quotes in this episode into memes. Like, how learning how to do agility with a border collie is like learning to drive in a Lamborghini. Meet Tara Stillwell and her dogs Eva, the red and white border collie, Curri, the sable border collie and Duke the mini-Aussie. It’s absolutely clear …
 
High-fat diets are popular right now in the human realm, but should your dog be "low carb" too? Annie speaks to Daniel Schulof, who left a career in law in order to help combat the canine obesity epidemic by getting people to stop feeding their dog food that is high in carbohydrates. He is the author of Dogs, Dog Food, and Dogma, and founder of a n…
 
One upside of sobriety we did not expect was the validation of knowing our money no longer supports an industry that actively harms its customers and lies about the addictive nature of its product. In this episode, we uncover some of the gory details of how Big Alcohol functions, who it targets, and how it has fueled one of the most insidious myths…
 
This solo episode is part 2 of a series about starting a new dog service business (or not!). I’ve been looking for a way to find excitement and motivation in my business after getting burned out over the last couple of years. I’ve taken steps to become certified as a Canine Enrichment Technician because I believe that knowledge would improve pets’ …
 
Every day, School For The Dogs trainers meet one-on-one with puppy owners in private sessions designed to help pave a path of success for all the species in that unique, particular household. Annie attempts to take an unbiased peak at what happens in these sessions by cold calling two clients who recently attended private ninety-minute sessions wit…
 
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