Let’s face it. The pet industry is SATURATED. But, that’s where the confusion sets in. What’s right...what’s wrong. Too many options. This podcast helps you sift through the opinions and develop a clear point of view about what’s right for you and your lifestyle. We just chat, have experts on the show, and go out and try new training techniques & items.
- Guest: Modern Day DolittleModern day animal communicator, Meg Dolitte, is trained under world-renowned animal communicator and author, Maia Kincaid, and has worked with animals across Canada, the USA, Europe and Asia. Listen in as she shares more about her abilities as well as readings for Sarah and Laurel's loved pups!
- Guest: Feed Thy DogThis week, we are talking to Savannah Welna of Feed Thy Dog! It’s safe to say that we’ve been a bit obsessed about what to feed our dogs lately. Savannah started “Raw, Fed, and Nerdy” on Facebook which provides education for pet owners wishing to take a DIY approach to homemade feeding. She is not only about feeding fresh, but also about using science to apply a custom feeding approach to each specific dog.
- Guest: Fitness with FidoThis week we talk to Kimberly, the owner of Fitness with Fido! She started Fitness with Fido in 2015 as a way to combine her two loves, fitness and dogs. She provides fitness classes for you and your best friend to do together and on this episode provides us with a lot of great tips and tricks to stay fit with your loved one.
- Guest: Leading life with your dogWe're all busier than ever. How in the world do you have enough time to train your dog on top of everything else? We sat down with Ida Geering of Leader of the Pack Dog Obedience and learned so many tips and techniques for training your dog in the world you've created for them.
- Guest: To click or not to clickClicker training began to grow in popularity in the mid-1990s as an effective alternative to training that relied on pain, fear, and intimidation. A clicker is a small, handheld device that makes an unmistakable, distinct “click” noise used to inform our dog of the exact moment they’ve done something right. To learn more, Sarah and I went to Master Peace Dog Training in Franklin, MA for a clicker training session with the owner, Fran Masters.