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Positively Dog Training - The Official Victoria Stilwell Podcast

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World-renowned dog trainer Victoria Stilwell (It’s Me or the Dog) talks pet topics, answers fan questions, and gives dog training and behavior advice.

World-renowned dog trainer Victoria Stilwell (It’s Me or the Dog) talks pet topics, answers fan questions, and gives dog training and behavior advice.

Location:

United States

Description:

World-renowned dog trainer Victoria Stilwell (It’s Me or the Dog) talks pet topics, answers fan questions, and gives dog training and behavior advice.

Language:

English


Episodes

Episode 836 – Free Work and Adolescent Dogs

4/6/2021
What is Free Work and how do dogs benefit? Dog behaviour expert Sarah Fisher joins Holly and Victoria to discuss how Free Work is changing dogs’ lives all over the world.

Duration:00:48:04

Episode 835 – Major Biden and the Emotional Sink

4/1/2021
After a second ‘nipping’ incident in the White House, Victoria is joined by Veterinary Behaviorist Sarah Heath to discuss why some dogs like Major Biden show conflict behavior, and why understanding dogs’ emotional experience is the first step to helping them acclimate to new environments.

Duration:00:43:41

Episode 834 – Genius Dogs and Social Learning

3/8/2021
Is the dog in your home a genius and are some dogs smarter than others? Adam Miklosi, ethologist and founder of the Family Dog Project in Budapest, Hungary unlocks the canine mind.

Duration:00:48:21

Episode 833 – Dogs and Wolves

2/15/2021
Dogs share a common ancestor – the wolf – but how did wolves turn into dogs and what can we learn from wolves that might help us with the relationship we have with our dogs? Behavioral scientist Clive Wynne joins the podcast to talk about the similarities and differences between dogs and wolves.

Duration:00:45:48

Episode 832 – Dogs and Aggressive Behavior

2/8/2021
Aggression is a serious behavior issue that is all too common in our domestic dogs. Aggression expert Michael Shikashio joins Victoria and Holly to talk about why dogs aggress and what dog lovers can do about it.

Duration:00:47:04

Episode 831 – How to Treat Separation Anxiety

2/1/2021
Why do dogs become anxious when home alone and how can this be prevented? Dog trainer Lisa Waggoner joins Victoria and Holly for this podcast on a common behavior problem that is hard to treat.

Duration:00:45:08

Episode 830 – Rescue and Pitbull Type Dogs

1/25/2021
Do people respond differently to Pitbull type dogs? Holly and Victoria are joined by Heather Paul to start off this new year of podcasts to explore how people react to their dogs when out in public.

Duration:00:53:37

Episode 829 – Advocating for Animals with Peter Egan

9/29/2020
Advocating for Animals – Victoria and Holly are joined by actor and animal activist, Peter Egan to discuss dogs, moon bears and how animals can make us more compassionate human beings.

Duration:00:48:08

Episode 828 – A Fresh Take on the Debate About Shock Collars

8/18/2020
Victoria is joined by dog behaviour expert and a driving force behind the UK Dog Behaviour & Training Charter Andrew Hale to discuss the interesting results to come out of the latest dog shock collar studies.

Duration:00:58:49

Episode 827 – How to Transition Dogs from Crisis into Care

8/11/2020
The rescue of 180 Chihuahuas sparks a larger conversation on how to transition dogs from crisis situations into homes.

Duration:00:36:13

Episode 826 – Part Two – Your Dog’s Perception of Sound

7/7/2020
How do dogs perceive sound and can music help dogs suffering with separation anxiety and aggression? Joshua Leeds and Alynn Lecznar join Victoria for part two of this fascinating exploration into a dog’s ear.

Duration:00:42:50

Episode 825 – Part One – How Sound Reduces Canine Anxiety

6/30/2020
How does sound help reduce canine anxiety and can music really help prevent and reduce canine fear and noise phobias? Sound researcher and founder of Through A Dog’s Ear Joshua Leeds, joins Victoria along with Animal Scientist Aly Lecznar, to discuss the latest research on how sound can prevent and treat canine anxiety.

Duration:00:41:44

Episode 824 – Pet Theft and Vets Get Scanning

6/24/2020
What should you do if your pet is stolen and why should veterinarians scan new patients? Debbie Matthews from www.vetsgetscanning.co.uk joins Victoria to talk about pet theft, Fern’s Law and the importance of compulsory scanning.

Duration:00:32:51

Episode 823 – Announcing The UK Dog Behaviour and Training Charter

6/15/2020
Victoria is joined by Certified Animal Behaviourist Andrew Hale, to talk about the new UK Dog Behaviour and Training Charter and how a different way of viewing canine behavior can improve the human/canine relationship.

Duration:00:36:25

Episode 822 – Keeping Your Dog Fit During the Pandemic

6/9/2020
In this episode, Aly Lecznar joins Victoria to talk about canine fitness and how to exercise safely with your dog.

Duration:00:33:35

Episode 821 – Reporting During the Social Justice Movement

6/4/2020
Holly is back to give a journalist’s perspective on latest events and to talk about her senior dogs and canine cancer.

Duration:00:41:06

Episode 820 – Dogs Should Not Have to Do Sit

5/20/2020
Victoria explores why teaching obedience cues like ‘sit’ should not be the focus of dog training.

Duration:00:30:53

Episode 819 – Animal Shelters During the Pandemic

5/12/2020
Victoria is joined by VSPDT Kat Kekel, Behavior Tech at Cherokee County Animal Shelter to talk about sheltering, fostering and adopting animals during the pandemic.

Duration:00:23:31

Episode 818 – Finding Your ‘Why’ with J. Nichole Smith

5/5/2020
Petrepreneur marketing guru J. Nichole Smith joins Victoria to discuss the importance of identifying and building around your ‘why.’

Duration:00:43:06

Episode 817 – Victoria Talks to Holly Root-Gutteridge

4/29/2020
Victoria is joined by Holly Root-Gutteridge, post-doctoral researcher at the University of Lincoln, to talk about how science is unlocking the canine mind.

Duration:00:24:43