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Episode 4: Thirty-One Kilo
Dogs have been officially serving as soldiers in the United States military since World War I. Known as (MWDs) or military working dogs they are trained for a variety of highly specialized tasks and actively contribute to U.S. combat operations. There are about 2,500 war dogs in service today, with about 700 serving at any...
Episode 3: The Fearless Ones
Africa is known to be the home to the world’s most magnificent wildlife. Endangered animals are slaughtered so that a single body part, like tusks, pelt, or bones, can be sold illegally for massive amounts of money. For example, Rhinoceros horn is so valuable and sought after that it sells for nearly $30,000 a pound....
Episode 2: Catching a Flight
It’s a fairly common occurrence for a bird and a plane to collide. Recently, a Japan airlines flight had to make an emergency landing due to a bird strike, while another commercial plane was forced to make an emergency return to Cardiff Airport in Wales after a bird hit an engine. Although rare, dogs trained...
Episode 1: One Man’s Trash…
If you look up transformation in a dictionary, one definition you will find is “a metamorphosis during the life cycle of an animal”. We all go through changes in life, but specifically, what we are talking about is metamorphosis. A drastic and complete “change of the form or nature of a thing or person into...
A Life of Dogs is Coming Soon!
We must say that we’re pretty excited! We have been working pretty hard behind the scenes to get this exciting new podcast ready for launch. We are sure that this is a dog related podcast that you’re going to love and we already have an intriguing line-up of episodes for 2018.