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School For The Dogs Podcast

Annie Grossman

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School For The Dogs Podcast
School For The Dogs Podcast

School For The Dogs Podcast

Annie Grossman

3
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11
Plays
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Annie Grossman of the NYC-based dog training center School For The Dogs answers training questions, geeks out on animal behavior, discusses pet trends and interviews industry experts. Show notes: schoolforthedogs.com/podcastHave a training question you'd like addressed? Email podcast@schoolforthedogs.com or leave a voicemail at 917-414-2625

Latest Episodes

Why viral videos are bad for dogs, with Eileen Anderson

Pet videos fuel the Internet, but too often they perpetuate false ideas about dog behavior by misattributing a dog's intentions, or by falsely framing their actions. Why do we seek to anthropomorphize dog behaviors rather than celebrating all the behavioral commonalties that exist between us and them? Annie and the acclaimed, prolific blogger Eileen Anderson of EileenAndDogs.com, tackle this question together. This is our 52nd episode, and marks the end of our first season! We'll be back with Season 2 in a few weeks! Have a question for Annie? Submit it at AnnieGrossman.com/ask or call and leave a message at 917-414-2625 If you are enjoying this podcast, please support us by shopping at StoreForTheDogs.com, or by leaving a review on iTunes! Notes: Eileen on fake dog videos: https://eileenanddogs.com/blog/2019/04/22/fake-dog-videos/ Eileen on smiling dog video: https://eileenanddogs.com/blog/2019/03/04/shelter-pup-smiles-submissive-grin/ Dr. Susan Friedman's Living and Learning with ...

45 MINMAY 17
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Why viral videos are bad for dogs, with Eileen Anderson

Ask Annie: Dealing with humping and other annoying behaviors

Annie addresses questions from people who are dealing with dogs who have habits that annoy other dogs, and, ultimately, their owners as well. One owner wants to know how to deal with a new rescue who is bothering the household's other two dogs and generally causing chaos in the home, and a dog walker asks about how to manage a charge who is constantly trying to hump his walking buddies. In addition to addressing setting up appropriate social situations for dogs, exercising them and using crates in multi-dog households, this episode offers a thoughtful take on why dogs hump and how to keep it from becoming an issue. Follow the askers of these questions on Instagram at @uarndcool and @pudgydog Products mentioned in this episode: The Treat + Train: https://storeforthedogs.com/products/treat-train The Revol Crate: https://storeforthedogs.com/products/the-revol-dog-crate Flirt Poles: https://storeforthedogs.com/products/flirt-poles The Animatwist: https://storeforthedogs.com/products/ani...

37 MINMAY 8
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Ask Annie: Dealing with humping and other annoying behaviors

How to train your dog to walk on a loose leash

Leashes, collars and harnesses are some of the first accessories most dog owners acquire when they get a dog, and very soon they come to depend on these tools. But, in this guide to teaching a dog to walk on a loose leash, Annie suggests teaching where you want your dog to walk in relation to your body (right next to your leg), and what you want your dog to be doing on leash (checking in with you often) before you start relying on equipment to control your dog's behavior. This episode contains suggestions on training exercises to help teach nice walking (with or without a leash), protocols for encouraging good behaviors on leash, and gear recommendations. Products mentioned in this episode: Found My Animal double-ended nylon leash: https://storeforthedogs.com/collections/collars-leashes-harnesses/products/found-my-animal-leash-1 Mendota Lightweight Braided Leash https://storeforthedogs.com/collections/collars-leashes-harnesses/products/braided-leash Freedom Harness https://storefort...

44 MINAPR 24
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How to train your dog to walk on a loose leash

Latest Episodes

Why viral videos are bad for dogs, with Eileen Anderson

Pet videos fuel the Internet, but too often they perpetuate false ideas about dog behavior by misattributing a dog's intentions, or by falsely framing their actions. Why do we seek to anthropomorphize dog behaviors rather than celebrating all the behavioral commonalties that exist between us and them? Annie and the acclaimed, prolific blogger Eileen Anderson of EileenAndDogs.com, tackle this question together. This is our 52nd episode, and marks the end of our first season! We'll be back with Season 2 in a few weeks! Have a question for Annie? Submit it at AnnieGrossman.com/ask or call and leave a message at 917-414-2625 If you are enjoying this podcast, please support us by shopping at StoreForTheDogs.com, or by leaving a review on iTunes! Notes: Eileen on fake dog videos: https://eileenanddogs.com/blog/2019/04/22/fake-dog-videos/ Eileen on smiling dog video: https://eileenanddogs.com/blog/2019/03/04/shelter-pup-smiles-submissive-grin/ Dr. Susan Friedman's Living and Learning with ...

45 MINMAY 17
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Why viral videos are bad for dogs, with Eileen Anderson

Ask Annie: Dealing with humping and other annoying behaviors

Annie addresses questions from people who are dealing with dogs who have habits that annoy other dogs, and, ultimately, their owners as well. One owner wants to know how to deal with a new rescue who is bothering the household's other two dogs and generally causing chaos in the home, and a dog walker asks about how to manage a charge who is constantly trying to hump his walking buddies. In addition to addressing setting up appropriate social situations for dogs, exercising them and using crates in multi-dog households, this episode offers a thoughtful take on why dogs hump and how to keep it from becoming an issue. Follow the askers of these questions on Instagram at @uarndcool and @pudgydog Products mentioned in this episode: The Treat + Train: https://storeforthedogs.com/products/treat-train The Revol Crate: https://storeforthedogs.com/products/the-revol-dog-crate Flirt Poles: https://storeforthedogs.com/products/flirt-poles The Animatwist: https://storeforthedogs.com/products/ani...

37 MINMAY 8
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Ask Annie: Dealing with humping and other annoying behaviors

How to train your dog to walk on a loose leash

Leashes, collars and harnesses are some of the first accessories most dog owners acquire when they get a dog, and very soon they come to depend on these tools. But, in this guide to teaching a dog to walk on a loose leash, Annie suggests teaching where you want your dog to walk in relation to your body (right next to your leg), and what you want your dog to be doing on leash (checking in with you often) before you start relying on equipment to control your dog's behavior. This episode contains suggestions on training exercises to help teach nice walking (with or without a leash), protocols for encouraging good behaviors on leash, and gear recommendations. Products mentioned in this episode: Found My Animal double-ended nylon leash: https://storeforthedogs.com/collections/collars-leashes-harnesses/products/found-my-animal-leash-1 Mendota Lightweight Braided Leash https://storeforthedogs.com/collections/collars-leashes-harnesses/products/braided-leash Freedom Harness https://storefort...

44 MINAPR 24
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How to train your dog to walk on a loose leash

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