YFD 056: Invisible Fences and Electronic Collars

November 14, 2017

Dr. Leslie Sinn, a board-certified veterinary behaviorist, joined Julie Fudge Smith and Colleen Pelar to talk about hidden dangers of invisible fences and shock collars.

 

For more information see: Your Family Dog

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YFD 055: Monthly Wellness Check

October 31, 2017

How do you know if your dog is in good health? Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith suggest doing a monthly heath check to be certain your dog's health is right on track, as well as discussing some warning signs of cancer.

 

For more information: Your Family Dog

 

Julie's blogs: Warning Signs of Cancer, Is my dog...healthy? A checklist to help you know!

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YFD 054: Helping Family Members’ Dogs & Eating Grass

October 17, 2017

This week Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith answer a listener's question about how to help her brother's young and enthusiastic dog over the holidays, and they talk about why dogs eat grass. They also ask for listeners to send in their stories of holiday canine shenanigans. 

 

For more information and links: Your Family Dog

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YFD 053: A Year of Your Family Dog

October 3, 2017

Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith can hardly believe that it has been a full year since Your Family Dog launched. In this episode they reminisce about some of their favorite guests and episodes, talk about what has surprized them, made them grateful, and their plans for season 2.

 

 

For more information: Your Family Dog

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YFD 052: “Oh No! Now What?” Handling a Dog Bite

September 26, 2017

Heidi Meinzer, an attorney who specializes in animal law, is also a dog trainer. This week she joined Julie Fudge Smith and Colleen Pelar to talk about that awful moment when your dog is involved in an aggressive incident. Her practical and reassuring advice is valuable for all dog owners.

 

For show notes and more information: Your Family Dog

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YFD 051: Dog Law: What You Should Know

September 19, 2017

Heidi Meinzer, a lawyer who specializes in animal law, is also a dog trainer. She joined Julie Fudge Smith and Colleen Pelar to talk about what you need to know about legal liabilities and being responsible to and for your dog.

 

For show notes: Your Family Dog

 

To contact Heidi Meinzer: https://www.meinzerlaw.com

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YFD 050: Colleen’s Favorite Things

September 12, 2017

Last week, Julie Fudge Smith and Colleen Pelar talked about some of the things that were making Julie happy. This week Colleen came up with a list too. Some of the items on Colleen's list may surprise you!

 

For show notes and links to Colleen's favorite things: Your Family Dog

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YFD 049: Julie’s Favorite Things

September 5, 2017

What's making Julie Fudge Smith happy lately? Lamb lung, undercoat rakes, and fancy food bowls. She shares why she's excited about these things (and a few others) in a rambling conversation that includes a discussion of the most unusual gift ever!

 

For show notes and links: Your Family Dog

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YFD 048: Tellington Touch makes “Melty Dogs”

August 29, 2017

Tellington Touch (TTouch) is a form of bodywork that helps dogs learn to shift their emotional states. Pam Wanveer, a level 3 TTouch practioner, joins Julie Fudge Smith and Colleen Pelar to talk about how families can use TTouch to help their dogs deal with overexcitement, anxiety, and arousal.

 

For more information and show notes see: Your Family Dog

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YFD 047: Stranger Danger: What to do if your dog doesn’t like new people.

August 22, 2017

What's an owner to do when Rover feels uncomfortable or scared in the presence of strangers and starts to act out? Colleen Pelar and Julie Fudge Smith discuss why it is that some dogs don't like any new people, or just dislike some people in particular, and what you can do to help your dog overcome his stranger danger. 

 

For show notes and more information go to: Your Family Dog

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