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Have a dog? Train dogs? Like dogs? if your answers are yes to any of these then you are in the right place. Hoopers is a great activity to try with your dog, have fun together and work as team. Any age, any breed, everyone’s invited. This is Canine Hoopers World the podcast. We talk about all things dog.
 
Canine Conversations tackles just about everything dog related: dog training, dog health, owning a dog, dog behavior problems, competitive dog sports, what to feed, rescue dogs, shelter dogs, talks with other dog lovers and so much more. Hosted by Robert Cabral, master trainer and behavior specialist. Robert has trained and worked with thousands of dogs through his work with Bound Angels at shelters throughout the US. He has also trained and titled competitive obedience and protection dogs w ...
 
Welcome and thanks for having a listen to my podcast. I am fairly new podcasting, and run a small business called Canine Cavern DogsRUs which visits flyball and hoopers competitions, primarily, selling items such as tugs, dog coats, natural treats plus products for the dog owner.I wanted to reach out to others and share the way my wacky brain works and give some of the knowledge I have gleaned over the years from owning dogs and finding products that I find useful, as well as introducing you ...
 
I am Chris Onthank, the Canine Master. I am an advocate of everything to do with dogs; sharing info, tips, stories, photos & videos. Follow my blog for an in-depth coverage of dog-related topics including training, health, innovative pet products and general information on how to keep dogs happy, healthy and safe. Join me for practical information and tips on all aspects of dogs and their well-being. Topics will include understanding how a dog thinks and feels, the importance of proper train ...
 
A canine fitness training podcast with a twist. Instead of talking about strength and endurance training, we focus on coordination and movement skills. We'll also explore the fascinating world of human dog interactions to discover how our training choices and skills affect our dogs' ability to develop physical, fitness related skills. Podcast host is Mari Valgma, CPCFT
 
Counseling canines since 1985, Phyllis shares her knowledge amassed from training thousand of pet dogs and their owners. Intended to help dog owners and dog trainers, this podcast will share some of her theories and solutions to common behavior problems. She specializes in challenging cases of aggression, anxiety, and reactivity. She concentrates on changing relationships, mindset, and habits for the dog while using obedience to help the owners transition a newly trained dog to their home.
 
The International Canine Health Awards are returning for the fifth year to celebrate some of the world’s finest researchers and scientists whose work has had a positive impact on the health and wellbeing of dogs. Nominations are currently being sought for the awards, which are run by the Kennel Club Charitable Trust and include substantial cash prizes donated by Vernon and Shirley Hill of Metro Bank to go towards new or continued research. The three categories for the International Canine He ...
 
Canine Nation - A Positively Scientific Look At Dogs and Dog Behavior Canine Nation is about discovery. It’s about getting to what is TRUE about dogs and discarding the myth and lore of living and working with dogs. It’s about challenging what we think we know and asking the dogs to tell us what’s real. It’s about giving science, scientific method, and collected data more credibility than hearsay, anecdotes, and the assertions of self-proclaimed dog 'experts.' Canine Nation started as a way ...
 
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This episode I talk to trainer and campaigner Jordan Shelley about why the animal welfare (kept animals) bill is stuck in limbo and why its so important. We also talk about the brilliant Animal Journal. www.animaljournal.co.uk www.buymeacoffee.com/hoopers
 
In this episode I take a look back at the first 99 podcasts I've done, the people I've talked to, met and learned from. My new friends, the people that changed the way I see things and the hard conversations that I've had... often times with myself. I think you'll enjoy this short retrospect whether you've listened to all of my podcasts or none. En…
 
Be a monster, an absolute monster and the learn how to control it. It’s a phrase from uncle Jordy P that we have a little back and forth over. Naturally there’s interpretations and concerns about what a monster could be, after all most monsters are portrayed as villains. So why would anyone encourage you to be a monster? Further details looking for…
 
This episode I caught up with Sarah Jones from My Anxious Dog and we are talking all about the yellow dog scheme how to help raise awareness and where to get support. https://www.myanxiousdog.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/myanxiousdog https://www.facebook.com/groups/215979409295118
 
You are not alone. If you are the owner or the trainer of the client. Understanding where they are at and how to realize you are not alone. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/AllBigCanines/support
 
My partner is not a dog person, is almost blasphemy in the industry of dog trainers, yet it’s not that abnormal. For many of us, the other person in our lives is just not into the obsessive side of dogs. They don’t get it Of course we say that with compassion and understanding because it’s something we have experience with. In fact, so does the oth…
 
This episode I spoke with Jemima Harrison about breeding brilliant dogs and the problems some breeds have. Why she set up CRUFFA to help counter the use of extreme brachycephalic animals in advertising. You can find Jemima's blog here http://pedigreedogsexposed.blogspot.com/
 
Shannon Krieger has done it all. He is the guy that legends are made of and movies are about. He's fought in war, been part of the upper echelon of the US Military. He was one of the 3 people who started the use of assault dogs in the military. He survived a helicopter crash and there's more. My chat with Shannon was epic. The stories he shares are…
 
This episode I caught up with Claire Brown from North K9 dog training to talk about lost dog tracking. What to do if you dog does get lost, how tracking dogs work and what other animals can be found. We also spoke about Malinois how they are a life style and why these dogs are ending up in rescue. www.northK9.com www.buymeacoffee.com/hoopers…
 
The most dangerous advice part 2 is naturally a follow on conversation from our last episode. In this latest addition, Glenn reveals to Pat something from his past experience and some of the advice from a positive only group, that still to this day makes him think about what it cost some dogs. Advice can still be questioned and sometime should be i…
 
If you have ever taken a pet with you on a plane, then you have Gayle Martz to thank. Gayle is the creator of the SHERPA BAG for all the different modes of pet travel. Her mission is to change, improve and enrich the travel experience for people and their pets. The love we all share for animals is universal. For some, traveling is difficult. Travel…
 
The most dangerous advice part 1 is focusing on something that really annoys Pat and he wants you all to know about it. You will get access to great advice in your lifetime, however, some can be very dangerous. The danger happens because it’s based on the bedrock of ignorance and it can get you or others hurt. Even though it may be coming from a go…
 
This episode I am joined for a second time by Paul who is based in Long Island NY. we are talking about paddle boarding with your dog and teaching a husky to recall. you can find more of Paul's stuff here https://www.facebook.com/JediDogTraining/ https://www.dogster.com/author/paul-j-kearney www.PawesomeDogs.com Support the show here https://buymea…
 
The narrow scope between -R and -P was a fun conversation between both of us even though it’s a largely and technically debated subject. The reason we consider it a narrow scope is due to it being a splitting of hairs in how easy it can be to confuse where the dogs head is and assume one state over the other. That narrow section in the middle is of…
 
What's arrived in stock this week? What are the plans for orders? Where have we been? How are you, and your dogs, coping with the heat? please visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/caninecaverndogsrus for photos and more details of new products that have arrived.על ידי Carolyn Savage
 
What has happened this week? Lots of deliveries with lots of goodies. Visit the facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/caninecaverndogsrus to see photos of all new products which have arrived. I forgot to mention the pate which arrived as well, but details are in the group. The auction with profits going to Greyhound Gap is still on, finish…
 
Temperament testing puppies vs adult dogs is a regular question many trainers are asked. Especially if they are to be considered for working dogs in roles that will needs some planning. The benefit of the adult dog is that you have the raw product in front of you. Primarily, what you see is what you get. with so many things to consider, the adult d…
 
What's been happening over the last couple of days, and information about the auction in aid of Greyhound Gap, which starts tomorrow 11 June for a week. Just follow this link to see what is available, items will be added as the week goes on https://www.facebook.com/groups/1061947910993868 Greyhound Gap are a great charity, based in Stoke, and it's …
 
Hi, this short podcast is to introduce myself to you, where I come from, my love of dogs and the ones I currently own. How I ended up setting up Canine Cavern and explaining part of my plan for the podcast which will, I am sure, change as we go along. I am no expert and there will be lots of pauses and gaffs, but hopefully you will enjoy it. Grab a…
 
The stick pushes you to the carrot came from a question Minke Van Den Bergh asked in our enormous list of listener questions. It’s a question we have looked into before from a different perspective but it still one that surfaces many times. The question was in relation to losing your way in your job from time to time and how some days are a struggl…
 
This episode I had the honour of talking with Grisha Stewart about BAT, how her training journey has evolved and how we can set a reactive dog up for success at competition. Links to Grisha's academy Links: Main school: http://school.grishastewart.com Diamond: http://school.grishastewart.com/bundles/diamond Stop Pulling (Leash Skills) class: http:/…
 
This episode I spoke with Rachel Bean about canine first aid, heat stroke, tick removal and snake bites. We also spoke about her work overseas in Thailand and India with village dogs and on set for advertising campaigns that are using animals. Rachel has offered all listeners a discount on her online canine first aid course use the code for £10 off…
 
Setting a dangerous precedent is focussing on how a state Government decided it would announce the banning of certain training tools. The concern here once again, is the complete lack of industry consultation along the way with industry experts or any of the thousands of people who use these tools with enormous benefits. We are joined by Kirsty Rei…
 
Is your opinion interesting? Or do you just chime in to be a part of the conversation? It has been said that, ‘opinions are like ass holes because everyone has one’. It’s also been stated, ‘you’re entitled to your opinion’. Regardless of how we feel about them, opinions will always be a part of our social structure. The on-line dictionary reference…
 
This episode I spoke with Emily Thomas from K9 Trail time about how to run with your dog what kit you need and lots more. Emily also teaches people how to coach Cani cross as you are working with two athletes not just the human. You can find more info www.K9trailtime.com https://www.buymeacoffee.com/hoopers…
 
This episode I talk enrichment with the guy the stated the canine enrichment group on Facebook. this group has nearly 500000 members and is the go to for enrichment ideas. Shay has a wonderful blog and is also the author of Canine enrichment the book your dog needs you to read and Dog training and behaviour: a guide for everyone available on Amazon…
 
Peter Scherk is an international renown IPO / IGP / Schutzhund competitor, trainer and WORLD CHAMPION 3 X, an unheard of feat. In this podcast I sit down with Peter & Connie Scherk and talk about their training, competitions, their outlook and training philosophy and how they have become so successful with the Belgian Malinois. This is one of the b…
 
The minimum standard of a dog trainer is a talking point we had with our friend, Jo Rosie Heffenden. The topic around being a trainer and standards gets brought up a lot in conversations. The reason being is that there are so many trainers who do not have any certifications and in some cases, no real training at all. So how can you be a dog trainer…
 
The ability to deal with pressure is different for all of us. This was relevant to some more of the listener questions we have been getting in our Facebook discussion group.Some of us deal with pressure really well. We have been conditioned from young children to be extroverted and confident and find many tasks easy to overcome and adapt to.Some of…
 
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