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Working LIke Dogs features pet podcasts about working animals. In this working animal podcast, we cover everything from how to get started as a trainer of working animals or how to acquire a working animal to how to take care of your animal companion. In these podcasts, you will learn what it means to work side by side with an animal. We cover working animals such as service dogs, guide dogs, hearing dogs, police dogs, search and rescue dogs, drug dogs, seizure dogs, military dogs, etc. In a ...
 
This podcast is all about Detection Dogs we talking training, working the dog in the real world, starting a new dog or have an experienced dog, this show is for you. Calling all Detection dogs, Sniffer Dogs, those who compete in Nosework / Scentwork sports. If you work a detection dog that sniffs out bombs, drugs, guns, cell phones, electronic devices or anything else this podcast is for you
 
Crufts is one of the largest dog events in the world. No longer purely a dog show, Crufts celebrates every aspect of the role that dogs play in our lives. It has changed in ways that couldn’t possibly have been imagined when the show was set up in Victorian times by the late Charles Cruft. Although it was a very different event in 1891 Charles Cruft was a great showman and would surely have enjoyed the size and scope of the event today, which is an essential date in any dog lover’s calendar. ...
 
Explore the world of human behavior through the lens of a dog trainer. UNLEASHED (at work & home) with Colleen Pelar helps pet professionals to take charge of their personal development. Gain insight into human behavior through interviews with fascinating experts about their work, their successes, their frustrations … and their love of dogs. Are you ready to be more productive, more positive, and more empowered? Get ready to be UNLEASHED!
 
The Brandon McMillan Podcast is a weekly podcast that covers training/behavior topics, conversations with guests, and will keep you current with trending animal topics. Brandon McMillan is a professional animal trainer who has spent his entire life learning about and working with all types of animals. When Hollywood's top A-listers need help with their out of control dogs, Brandon is the one they call.
 
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In this Episode we speak with Ms. Natalie Dubrow from the USCSS and we talk about the trends we see in the sport of Nosework and Scentwork and remembering the reasons why many got into this sport and to focus on the FUN and enjoyment we get from doing this amazing activity with our dogs. We cover some training tips as well. USCSS http://www.uscanin…
 
In this Episode I sit down again and talk with Dr. Lauryn DeGreeff. She has complete more research since the last time we talked to her and has focused on odor mixtures. We talk about mixture vs cocktail and debunk a few myths that exist in the K9 world. In my intro I cover the topic of FALSE ALERTS and what a 3 main causes and some ideas on how to…
 
The growth with the use of Detection Dogs has been rapidly expanding into all kinds of new areas. In this Episode we speak to Paris Nicholson who is the owner of PTA (Pipeline leak Training Acadamy). Paris Trains dogs and Handlers who want to get into the lucrative business of Pipe line leak detection. Mr. Nicholson has been involved in the law enf…
 
In this Episode I speak with Craig Koshyk and Bart Rogers. We discuss the history of breeds and why they do what they do. We go over why we tend to pick dogs they way we do in the USA and what we really need to pay attention to.... more than just what the breed is. Often times decisions are made based off what a handler likes vs what a handler need…
 
This Episode we speak with Mike Suttle of Logan Haus Kennels... Mike is a well know breeder and trainer. Mike has well proven breedings of Malinois and Dutch Shepherds as well as Labradors. I personally have had 2 dogs from Logan Haus (1 Malinois and 1 Labrador) both have been outstanding dogs. *Episode Warning, Mike is on a cell phone during this …
 
Dr. Philip Tedeschi, Director Emeritus and Founder of the University of Denver’s Institute for Human-Animal Connection and co-author of the new book Transforming Trauma Resilience and Healing Through Our Connections with Animals, visits with Marcie and Fenway and discusses the power of animal-assisted interventions. Dr. Tedeschi describes the pione…
 
This is episode 50!!! Landmark episode for K9s Talking Scents. I get to sit down with former Navy SEAL Mike Ritland, author of Trident K9 Warriors, Navy SEAL dogs, and Team Dog. Host of podcast Mike Drop, Owner of Trikos K9, Team Dog, as well as Founder of Warrior Dog Foundation and there are always a few more things Mike does to keeps himself busy…
 
Debi DeShon is passionate about animals and our environment. Ms. DeShon received a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Business and Management from UC Davis in 1987. Afterwards, she attended Moorpark College and earned an Associates degree in Exotic Animal Training and Management in 1989. Mrs. DeShon then launched her career in Hollywood training dog…
 
Dr. David Crenshaw, Clinical Director of the Children’s Home of Poughkeepsie, stops by to talk with Marcie and Lovey about the many ways highly-trained facility dogs are supporting children and youth who have experienced trauma. Dr. Crenshaw shares his experiences and how it all began with a canine named Rosey. Rosey, trained by Educated Canines As…
 
In this special episode, I join forces with James joins forces with the K9 Conservation podcast in a mashup on all things conservation with detection specialist James Davis and Jeff Milner from the Conservation Canine Officers Association. For more information please visit: https://www.fordk9.com/podcast Conservation Canine Officers Association For…
 
Carol-Ann Doyle, Paws With a Cause service dog handler, visits with Marcie and Lovey about the joys and realities of being partnered with a service dog. Carol-Ann shares personal stories and experiences about all of her service dogs – Cal, Breeze, and Winnie – and how each of these self-less canines contributes to her quality of life. EPISODE NOTES…
 
Dr. Concha is a Postdoctoral research associate at the US Army Research Office. Dr. Concha has 20 years of experience that encompasses working in clinical animal behaviour, working as a detection dog trainer, and working as a researcher. She earned her PhD in animal behavior from the University of Lincoln (UK), has worked with Medical Detection Dog…
 
What you think about you matters most. External validation means you are measuring your self-worth based on what other people think of your behavior. Internal validation means you are clear about who you are and what you value, so you always have an easy way to measure your success. Listen in on this great conversation with Lisa Radosta, DVM, DACVB…
 
Imposter syndrome is extraordinarily common and incredibly debilitating. All around, you see capable, competent pet pros who are doing a terrific job. And I'm here to tell you that most of them can't see how amazing they are. Can you? Do you know how amazing you are? If you struggle with imposter feelings, it's likely that at least one of the seven…
 
In this episode we speak with world-renowned detection dog trainer and author Paul Bunker of Chiron K9. Author of the new book "Imprint your Detection Dog in 15 days" which you can purchase here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0578896516 Paul Bunker served in the British Army as a Canine Trainer/Instructor/Assessor for over 22 years. During this time, h…
 
A limiting belief is something you believe to be true that constrains your choices in some way. It's a belief that "that's just the way things are, and there's nothing I can do about it." Often you won't even recognize your limiting beliefs and so you'll never test them to see if they help or hinder you. Learning to recognize your limiting beliefs …
 
How much is "enough" and how much is an "abundance?" This varies by category and circumstance. We often think of money when we talk about abundance. How much money would you need to have to feel abundant? What about other categories? How many supportive relationships would feel like an abundance? How much time to dedicate to your own interests and …
 
On this Episode we speak with Mike Kmiecik of the Sheepdog Guardian / K9 Legal Update website. Mike is a 24-year law enforcement veteran and 15-year veteran police service and working dog handler. Mike has handled multiple dogs specialized in patrol, narcotic-contraband detection and human remains detection (including as a mobile field force canine…
 
Ashley Drew, National Director, Special Events, at Pet Partners drops by to talk with Marcie and Lovey about the fun of becoming a registered Pet Partner volunteer team in the United States or in 15 countries around the world! She announces lots of exciting opportunities for you to join in on the celebration of this year’s National Therapy Animal D…
 
Dr. Cablk is well known in the SAR community and more recently become known to Law Enforcement on various cases she has testified on. We discuss all this is so much more. Dr. Mary E. Cablk is an expert in detection and systems. In her research, she draws upon knowledge from multiple fields such as olfaction, analytical chemistry, learning, cognitiv…
 
There's magic in diving deep into a subject and learning as much as you possibly can about it. There's something so exciting and energizing about it. Hannah Branigan, CPDT-KA, KPA-CTP, is a self-described nerd. Her passion subjects include dog training, Applied Behavior Analysis, and neuroscience. That's quite a mix! She joined me for a fun convers…
 
George Tarver III and Rudy Cabrera stop by to visit with Marcie and Lovey about Houston’s Memorial Hermann Life Flight®’s new K9-Casualty Care Course (K9-CCC) and Transportation Service. This innovative Life Flight program is the first air ambulance service in the United States to provide training, treatment and transportation for injured K9 office…
 
What a pleasure to visit with Andrea Martine, a Guide Dog Mobility Instructor from Guiding Eye’s for the Blind based in Yorktown Heights, New York, about the innovative ways they are training canines to support people who are blind and deaf/blind. Andrea’s enthusiasm for her work is infectious as she shares how Guiding Eye’s gets to know each perso…
 
On this podcast, we get to finally discuss the cognition testing and research on how predictable the cognition tests on puppies are in determining if they are potential detection or working dogs. Many of us who work breed or train dogs always know its a crap shoot at times to know if the puppy we are working with can or will turn out to do what we …
 
FOCUS ON WHAT MATTERS MOST Far too often, your attention is focused more on other people's priorities than your own. Focus gives you purpose to pursue work that's meaningful to you *and* the freedom to do what you choose, feeling present, calm, and content. Pet professionals often find their work isolating and draining. Maintaining a focus on what …
 
On this Episode I get to speak with Bill Gaskins of Integrity Noseworx. Bill is the son of two retired police officers in Oregon and has been working with dogs since he was 11 years old. During his Air Force Experience Bill a Military Working Dog Handler of 10 different dogs, Dog Trainer for over 50 operational Dog Teams and Kennel Master managing …
 
This conversation about dogs, dinosaurs, and discovery is just what the doctor ordered. The inner demons of perfectionism, imposter syndrome, and overthinking tell you that you have to do everything “the right way.” But that’s not true. There’s tremendous value in doing something just for the sheer joy of the experience, without any attachment to w…
 
On this episode we speak with Ken Pavlick of Pacific Coast K9. Ken has been working dogs for over 30 years. He was first in the USAF as a MWD Handler, then a Police Officer and K9 Handler for agencies on the West Coast. Later he opened Pacific Coast K9 located in Washington and has been training and selling detection dogs ever since. Ken due to his…
 
Don Blair had his start with working K9s as a police officer. Having served as a K9 officer for 5 years, he moved into US Customs and Border Protection and quickly worked his way through a variety of roles including Canine Enforcement Officer, Instructor/Course Developer and Canine Branch Chief. He was responsible for supervision of Department of H…
 
Joy seems like a simple, uncomplicated emotion, but it often sits side by side with more difficult emotions. Joy’s power comes from the yin and yang of life, the ups and downs. Joy gives us moments of elation, connection, and awe that are only powerful because we are also familiar with darkness. Joy points out what is good right now.…
 
The last Episode of Season 2 goes out with a bang!!! In this episode, I speak with Todd Wilber. Todd Wilber, President of Precision Explosives LLC Todd has worked for over 20 years in counterterrorism as a responder, researcher, policy writer and senior manager. He responded to various incidents at the local, national and transnational levels. His …
 
Karen Shirk, Founder of 4 Paws for Ability and Ericha Flateau, proud mom of Austin and his 4 Paws for Ability dog, Paris, visit with Marcie and Lovey about 4 Paws for Ability--a leading service dog organization. Karen shares her own personal challenges that led her to creating 4 Paws, an organization that specializes in placing dogs with children w…
 
In this podcast, I sit down with my good friend Wesely Visscher owner of Scent Imprint for Dogs (based in Holland). Wesely has been working and training detection dogs for many years now and more recently has been very focused on the Bio Detection and Conservation Detection worlds. Conservation and Bio Detection dogs are an emerging market and we d…
 
Here we are at the end of a long, hard year. It's been a year filled with change and uncertainty. You’ve probably been so busy this year with a variety of concerns that you haven’t taken time to acknowledge all the ways, big and small, that you’ve shown up for yourself. Get ready to feel more empowered, more confident, and more aware of your own im…
 
Have you ever had a piggy bank? Do you remember putting coins into it and listening to them rattle around?Did yours have a plug in the bottom that you could open to remove money or did you have to break it open? Wasn't it amazing that the money that took so long to accumulate could disappear so quickly? A piggy bank (or a marble jar) is a great met…
 
David Frei, the expert analyst on NBC’s National Dog Show broadcast every year on Thanksgiving, stops in to chat with Marcie and Lovey about the 2020 show and the upcoming National Dog Show Therapy Dog Symposium at Rowan University. David has been an advocate for service dogs and therapy dogs for decades. His experiences and heartwarming stories ar…
 
This is a powerful episode where we talk to the Commanding officer and unit Sgt. of the prestigious NYPD Transit Bureau K9 unit. This unit is comprised of over 50 dog teams and protect NY City for every major event that happens, from UN National Assembly, US OPEN, New Year's Eve, Times Square, the entire subway system in their jurisdiction, and so …
 
What should you do when you're worried? Worry is one of the most common human emotions. You come from a long line of worriers because worriers are survivors. But most of the problems we face in modern society don't threaten your survival, so your brain's worry mode can actually work against you. In this episode, we'll explore why we worry and the s…
 
Loving kindness meditations (also commonly known as LKM or metta) are the act of sending kindness, warmth, and goodwill toward others. The concept is simple, but the benefits are profound. Loving kindness is a great way get started with meditation without having to sit still or be calm. https://colleenpelar.com/85…
 
Paul S. Martin, M.A. is an anthropologist and K9 handler for History Flight, Inc. with K9 Ziva, where they assist in the search and recovery of missing American Service Members from foreign conflicts. He also provides archaeological consulting services through Martin Consulting. He is an affiliate of the Society of American Archaeology, the Society…
 
Pain is a powerful teacher. No one enjoys pain. Physical pain. Emotional pain. By its very definition, it hurts. And yet, pain can also bring unexpected gifts. It can narrow and focus your attention to point out what you truly value. Pain offers you the opportunity to look at situations from a new perspective, to make different choices, and to be m…
 
International renowned trainer and New York Times best-selling author, Suzanne Clothier visits with Marcie and Lovey about what we can learn from our dogs and how we can better communicate with them. She talks about how to deeply connect with our canine partners through her Relationship Centered Training™ approach. She offers sage advice for people…
 
Kajla, a Transportation Security Administration (TSA) explosive detection canine who works at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport in Honolulu, Hawaii, and her handler, Penny, along with Lorie Dankers, TSA Spokesperson, joined Marcie and Lovey to talk about Kajla being crowned TSA’s Cutest Canine. Not only is she cute, but Kajla ranked first in t…
 
Robin has been involved in detection work since 2001, beginning in wilderness and human remains detection (HRD), which expanded into disaster work. She trains and deploys with Nebraska Task Force 1 and Iowa Task Force 1. She is a certified explosives and narcotics detection dog handler. Subject matter expert for the AAFS Dogs and Sensors Consensus …
 
Behavior deteriorates under stress. That simple statement has been in most of my presentations, regardless of whether I’m talking about dogs or people. It’s a key idea that we need to keep in mind for reducing behavior we don’t like and creating better responses. Michael Shikashio is well known for his work with aggressive dogs. To shake things up …
 
Gord McGuinness is currently a member of the Metro Vancouver Transit Police Service in British Columbia, Canada. This new assignment follows a 34-year career with the Vancouver Police Department. Prior to his retirement from the VPD, Gord spent 18 of 34 years as a canine handler and worked five police service dogs during his time in the VPD Canine …
 
IF I DON'T FOLLOW MY HEART, WILL I HAVE REGRETS? That's such a powerful question. None of us can be guaranteed an easy life or one without risk--no matter how much we may wish for safety and certainty. And, knowing that, we're faced with choices that require introspection: What would you like to have happen? And are you brave enough to go for it? A…
 
In this final episode of Season 2, Brandon helps a listener with their new puppy and separation anxiety issues that the dog is beginning to show. He gives some tips on how to best handle this situation as people are slowly starting to leave their house more. He also gives some tips on ways to transport a new puppy in the car and how important it is…
 
Today Brandon takes question live from his Instagram followers. This is part 1 of 2. In this episode he answers questions about helping a dog who is licking all the time, a dog who won't stop barking and helps a couple that adopted a puppy whi is starting to bite their heels. Be sure to use promo code Brandon when you order any of the Eqyss dog and…
 
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