Category Archive for "Podcasts"

67: The Dark Side of the Dog Whisperer

Apr 17 2018

In this episode Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith discuss the reasons why they object to the methods used by some dog…

66: Private or Group Lessons, Which is Better for You and Your Dog?

Apr 03 2018

Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith talk about the importance of training and what are the different advantages to private and group…

65: Warning Signs in Puppies: Recognizing Behavioral Problems

Mar 20 2018

Dr. Leanne Lilly of The Ohio State University Veterinary Hospital joins Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith in the second part of…

64: Puppy Development: What you need to know about your growing puppy.

Mar 06 2018

Dr. Leanne Lilly of The Ohio State University Veterinary Hospital joins Julie Fudge Smith and Colleen Pelar for a two part series…

63: Dr. Patricia McConnell on Trauma in Dogs.

Feb 20 2018

Julie Fudge Smith and Colleen Pelar talk with Dr. Patricia McConnell about her book,The Education of Will, what trauma is and how…

62: Why Does My Dog Eat Poop? and Other Scatological Information.

Feb 06 2018

In this episode, Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith tackle the subject of poop! We discuss how to get a dog to…

61: Dawn of the Dog: A Discussion about the Origins of The Family Dog

Jan 23 2018

Janice Kolar-Matznick joined Julie Fudge Smith for a lively discussion about the current theories of the origin of the dog, why those…

60: Theresa McKeon and TAG Teaching New Behaviors

Jan 09 2018

Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith talk with Theresa McKeon about TAG (Teaching with Acoustical Guidance) and how to simplify the process…

59: The Five Freedoms of Animal Welfare (Part 2)

Dec 26 2017

Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith continue the discussion of the Five Freedoms of “internationally accepted standards of care that assert a…

58: The Five Freedoms of Animal Welfare (Part 1)

Dec 12 2017

Julie Fudge Smith and Colleen Pelar discuss the first three of the Five Freedoms that the ASPCA lists asĀ “internationally accepted standards of…