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<p>Years ago, Dobermans were the dogs to be feared. Then it was the Rotweiller. Today, pit bulls are in the proverbial dog house with advocates touting the sweetness of the breed and adversaries saying they have no place in our communities. Listen to experts on both sides of the fence discuss the breed ...
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Jul
2007
25:09 mins
<p>Last winter, thousands of dogs and cats became ill with kidney disease after eating tainted pet food. Some pet owners continue to question the safety of commercial brands and wonder if they should be cooking their dog's food at home. On this episode of "Good Dog", we hear from Dr. Sean Delaney, VP ...
<p>The status of dogs continues to rise in American society and hotels, restaurants, retailers, and municipalities are all responding loud and clear! Many of us want to take our pups along when we travel and in this episode of Good Dog, Maria Goodavage, author of The Dog Lover's Companion to California, ...
<p>The World's Ugliest Dog is not only a site to behold; he's also a Good Will Ambassador for homeless & special needs animals. His owner, Karen Quigley, and other ugly dog parents share their stories on this episode of Good Dog.</p>

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<p>The U.S. legal system has tended to view dogs as property, not as sentient (or feeling) beings. Attorney Carolyn Matlock is among those trying to change that. As managing editor of Animal Legal Report Services and author of "We've Got Feelings Too", Carolyn monitors and reports on court cases involving ...
<p>Learn why dogs love their walks and how to best handle their annoying behaviors with Dog Trainer extraordinaire, Trish King. In this episode of GOOD DOG, Trish focuses on what happens in dog training classes and why they are great "dates" for you and your dog!</p>

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<p>City dog owners have very different needs than those who live in suburban and rural areas. How, for instance, does a city dog know that the lobby of the apartment building isn't "outside"? As editor of UrbanHound.com, Laura Cavaluzzo addresses these concerns and provides city-specific information ...
<p>Our dogs are members of our families which is why, for some of us, deciding what to do with our pup when we leave town can be challenging. Is it better for dogs to be at a kennel with other pups or at home in their own environment with a pet sitter? In this episode of "Good Dog", John Long of Pet ...
<p>How accurate a depiction of the world of dog shows was the film "Best of Show"? That was one of my questions for Lisa Peterson of the American Kennel Club. In this episode of "Good Dog", we learn about purebred dogs and the ever-growing sport of dog competition.</p>

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<p>Roselle was Michael Hingson's 5th guide dog; now retired, she can comfortably rest on her laurels. Michael and his canine companion were on the 73rd floor of the World Trade Center when the first plane hit on 9-11 and, together, they made their way to safety thanks to teamwork and trust. Hear Michael's ...
<p>Not all animal shelters are the same. In this episode of GOOD DOG, Trish King explains the differences between SPCAs, Humane Societies, and the proverbial dog catcher and touches on aggression in dogs.</p>

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<p>By 8 weeks, according to Dr. Ian Dunbar, a puppy should be socialized, house trained, chew toy trained, and be able to come, sit and roll over. Choosing the right breed for your family is critical and the most honest people to ask are new puppy owners. This episode of GOOD DOG features great tips ...
<p>Marc Bekoff is professor emeritus of biology at the University of Colorado-Boulder and cofounder, with Jane Goodall, of Ethologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. In his book, "The Emotional Lives of Animals" and on this GoodDog podcast, Marc shares stories about the love, compassion, grief, ...
<p>Never underestimate the canine sense of smell and what dogs can be trained to accomplish. On this episode of the "Good Dog" podcast, we'll hear about dogs who are successfully trained to alert their diabetic masters when the person's glucose is approaching the danger level. Turns out that humans emit ...
<p>Since 1942, Guide Dogs for the Blind has been enhancing mobility for qualified individuals by providing partnerships with trained dogs. In this episode of the “Good Dog” podcast, Joanne speaks with Anne Workman of Canine Community Programs about the different breeds they train, the pros and cons ...
<p>Dogs don’t naturally behave the way we want them to behave; they must learn to adjust to a human environment. Dr. Ian Dunbar explains why threats and bribes don’t work with dogs and why it’s most important for dog owners to be clear on the difference between good and bad behavior. This episode ...
<p>Trish King, CPDT and author of "Parenting Your Dog" joins host Joanne Greene once again to discuss puppy behavior and how we can deal with it.</p>

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<p>Trish King, CPDT and author of "Parenting Your Dog" joins host Joanne Greene for the inaugural Good Dog podcast. Topics discussed cover study of dog behavior, family dogs, walking, sniffing, naps, how behavior is dictated by breed and more.</p>

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