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Save A Pooch is all about rescue dog welfare. With an informative yet humorous tone, the good, the bad, cute, and the ugly will be addressed. Episode topics can range from: how to improve fosters' and adopters' experience with rescues; how to improve resc

Latest Episodes

Save A Pooch - Episode 41 The Revolving Rescue Dog Door

With the holiday season coming, many dogs are given as surprise gifts. With adopting a dog becoming more common, rescue dogs enter homes during the holiday spirit but then are returned to the shelter after the phase is over. Whether this happens over a holiday or not, unfortunately, rescue dogs do go through the revolving door in many cases. This episode with Katie Blakely, Pet First Insurance CEO, will cover how to prevent a 'gift return' and how to avoid setbacks that commonly occur in the first few weeks of getting a dog.

27 MIN2019 DEC 13
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Save A Pooch - Episode 41 The Revolving Rescue Dog Door

Save A Pooch - Episode 40 Animal Compassion And The Next Generation

All around the world, we see headlines and petitions that animals need to be treated in a more humane way. There seems to be endless scenarios of trying to 'put out the fires.' It's great to see groups of people come together for this purpose. One important factor to consider that would positively influence the future in this area is educating children on animal compassion and helping them be more aware. This approach may not have a significant impact in our immediate situations but over time, it is the generation of children and young adults that will make our future decisions. Today's show will address this approach with two special guests who have a mission in spreading this education with their books. Carol Novello is an author and founder of Mutual Rescue, a national initiative that highlights the connection between people and pets in order to inspire and support life-saving efforts in communities across the nation and world. The second guest is Marla Stahl, an animal lover and...

27 MIN2019 AUG 22
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Save A Pooch - Episode 40 Animal Compassion And The Next Generation

Save A Pooch - Episode 39 How To Deal With Losing A Rescue Dog As A Volunteer

Dealing with the loss of a pet is a difficult process for people involved. This show will address rescue dogs in particularly, and volunteers that in a role of foster parent, rescue organization or anyone who’s taking care of a rescue dog. For those handling rescue dogs that are waiting to be adopted, unfortunately, sometimes, those dogs pass before they ever do get adopted. What are the main messages these dogs have for us? Today’s guest is an internationally renowned animal communicator, Sheila Trecartin who has helped so many people deal with pet loss. Being able to tune in a deeper level, she has helped people from around the world get answers to their most-pressing questions.

39 MIN2019 JUL 12
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Save A Pooch - Episode 39 How To Deal With Losing A Rescue Dog As A Volunteer

Save A Pooch - Episode 38 How Rescue Dogs Affect Relationships

This fun show will discuss the dynamics that happen for any couple that's gotten a new rescue dog together; in addition to the dynamics involved if you were single, have a dog and then got into a relationship. Perhaps you've noticed a change in behaviour or personality in your dog. This episode will cover answers to what kind of rescue dogs work well for first time couples? What if my rescue doesn’t like my new partner due to trauma related to past owners? Do I really have to choose between my significant other or my rescue dog? This episode will also feature a new app called Dig, a Dog Person's Dating App- ideal for those looking for a dog-loving partner.

24 MIN2019 MAY 31
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Save A Pooch - Episode 38 How Rescue Dogs Affect Relationships

Save A Pooch - Episode 37 Caring For Visually-Impaired Dogs With Ease

Dogs with special needs are often surrendered or seen as not adoptable because it requires time and attention that many cannot afford. This episode will dispel the myths around having a special needs dog, and how they are very much adoptable. Today's guest is Cathy Symons, an author, a veterinary technician, and certified canine rehabilitation practitioner from Massachusetts who is an advocate for blind and visually impaired dogs.

23 MIN2019 APR 19
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Save A Pooch - Episode 37 Caring For Visually-Impaired Dogs With Ease

Save A Pooch - Episode 36 Does Your Dog Suffer From Allergies?

Did you know allergies affect dogs just as much as humans? In today’s show, holistic veterinarian Dr. Deva Khalsa will delve in her specialization of allergies and how rescue dogs are affected by it and how it is addressed by mainstream veterinarian practice. In this episode, you’ll learn what signs to look for and how to properly address allergies in your dog, rescue dog or not.

27 MIN2019 JAN 9
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Save A Pooch - Episode 36 Does Your Dog Suffer From Allergies?

Save A Pooch - Episode 35 Myth Buster: Shelter Dogs Are Broken

Are Shelter/rescue dogs broken? This stigma has plagued so many dogs that are in need of homes. In today's episode, executive director of the Agape Rescue, Tanya Willis, will discuss why 'being broken' is not the case. In fact, with the help of more foster care through rescue organizations, rescue dogs can have that chance to live as much a normal life as any other dogs who's had one positive home all their life. Our second guest in today's episode, Jim Scano, founder of Dog Rescue Shirt Club, has actually worked with Agape Rescue, and continues to help other rescue organizations raise funds. Through their monthly membership services, the club is able to give 100% of the proceeds to a rescue organization every month.

32 MIN2018 NOV 7
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Save A Pooch - Episode 35 Myth Buster: Shelter Dogs Are Broken

Save A Pooch - Episode 34 From Shelter Dog To Superdog

Service Dogs Inc celebrates their 30th anniversary not only helping rescue dogs but also individuals in need of service dogs. In fact, this organization puts rescue dogs into training to become service dogs! How is that possible? Founder and president of Service Dogs Inc. Sheri Sholtes shares her journey in this episode.

30 MIN2018 AUG 30
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Save A Pooch - Episode 34 From Shelter Dog To Superdog

Save A Pooch - Episode 33 Peace of Mind Dog Rescue: Helping Senior Dogs and Senior People

With senior individuals being a vulnerable and under-served population, senior rescue dogs are even more vulnerable. On one hand, senior dogs in shelters are more likely to be euthanized, on another, dogs owned by senior people are more likely to be left behind because they are no longer able to be taken care of. The organization called Peace of Mind Dog Rescue has taken the initiative to not only advocate for senior rescue dogs in shelters but to also provide dog services to senior people to ensure they can keep their dogs with them as long as possible. They have been able merge the two causes of helping senior rescues and people in Pacific Grove, California.

28 MIN2018 JUN 30
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Save A Pooch - Episode 33 Peace of Mind Dog Rescue: Helping Senior Dogs and Senior People

Save A Pooch - Episode 32 The Benefits of CBD Oil in Helping Rescue Dogs

With many tragic lives that stray dogs endure abroad, it's understandable we feel helpless and powerless to address the situations. Founder of Odessa's Essential Health For Pets and has experienced extraordinary dog rescues from China and has helped them recover from their pain and reduce their anxiety. In this episode, Odessa Gunn will talk to us about how she does it.

24 MIN2018 JUN 6
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Save A Pooch - Episode 32 The Benefits of CBD Oil in Helping Rescue Dogs

Latest Episodes

Save A Pooch - Episode 41 The Revolving Rescue Dog Door

With the holiday season coming, many dogs are given as surprise gifts. With adopting a dog becoming more common, rescue dogs enter homes during the holiday spirit but then are returned to the shelter after the phase is over. Whether this happens over a holiday or not, unfortunately, rescue dogs do go through the revolving door in many cases. This episode with Katie Blakely, Pet First Insurance CEO, will cover how to prevent a 'gift return' and how to avoid setbacks that commonly occur in the first few weeks of getting a dog.

27 MIN2019 DEC 13
Comments
Save A Pooch - Episode 41 The Revolving Rescue Dog Door

Save A Pooch - Episode 40 Animal Compassion And The Next Generation

All around the world, we see headlines and petitions that animals need to be treated in a more humane way. There seems to be endless scenarios of trying to 'put out the fires.' It's great to see groups of people come together for this purpose. One important factor to consider that would positively influence the future in this area is educating children on animal compassion and helping them be more aware. This approach may not have a significant impact in our immediate situations but over time, it is the generation of children and young adults that will make our future decisions. Today's show will address this approach with two special guests who have a mission in spreading this education with their books. Carol Novello is an author and founder of Mutual Rescue, a national initiative that highlights the connection between people and pets in order to inspire and support life-saving efforts in communities across the nation and world. The second guest is Marla Stahl, an animal lover and...

27 MIN2019 AUG 22
Comments
Save A Pooch - Episode 40 Animal Compassion And The Next Generation

Save A Pooch - Episode 39 How To Deal With Losing A Rescue Dog As A Volunteer

Dealing with the loss of a pet is a difficult process for people involved. This show will address rescue dogs in particularly, and volunteers that in a role of foster parent, rescue organization or anyone who’s taking care of a rescue dog. For those handling rescue dogs that are waiting to be adopted, unfortunately, sometimes, those dogs pass before they ever do get adopted. What are the main messages these dogs have for us? Today’s guest is an internationally renowned animal communicator, Sheila Trecartin who has helped so many people deal with pet loss. Being able to tune in a deeper level, she has helped people from around the world get answers to their most-pressing questions.

39 MIN2019 JUL 12
Comments
Save A Pooch - Episode 39 How To Deal With Losing A Rescue Dog As A Volunteer

Save A Pooch - Episode 38 How Rescue Dogs Affect Relationships

This fun show will discuss the dynamics that happen for any couple that's gotten a new rescue dog together; in addition to the dynamics involved if you were single, have a dog and then got into a relationship. Perhaps you've noticed a change in behaviour or personality in your dog. This episode will cover answers to what kind of rescue dogs work well for first time couples? What if my rescue doesn’t like my new partner due to trauma related to past owners? Do I really have to choose between my significant other or my rescue dog? This episode will also feature a new app called Dig, a Dog Person's Dating App- ideal for those looking for a dog-loving partner.

24 MIN2019 MAY 31
Comments
Save A Pooch - Episode 38 How Rescue Dogs Affect Relationships

Save A Pooch - Episode 37 Caring For Visually-Impaired Dogs With Ease

Dogs with special needs are often surrendered or seen as not adoptable because it requires time and attention that many cannot afford. This episode will dispel the myths around having a special needs dog, and how they are very much adoptable. Today's guest is Cathy Symons, an author, a veterinary technician, and certified canine rehabilitation practitioner from Massachusetts who is an advocate for blind and visually impaired dogs.

23 MIN2019 APR 19
Comments
Save A Pooch - Episode 37 Caring For Visually-Impaired Dogs With Ease

Save A Pooch - Episode 36 Does Your Dog Suffer From Allergies?

Did you know allergies affect dogs just as much as humans? In today’s show, holistic veterinarian Dr. Deva Khalsa will delve in her specialization of allergies and how rescue dogs are affected by it and how it is addressed by mainstream veterinarian practice. In this episode, you’ll learn what signs to look for and how to properly address allergies in your dog, rescue dog or not.

27 MIN2019 JAN 9
Comments
Save A Pooch - Episode 36 Does Your Dog Suffer From Allergies?

Save A Pooch - Episode 35 Myth Buster: Shelter Dogs Are Broken

Are Shelter/rescue dogs broken? This stigma has plagued so many dogs that are in need of homes. In today's episode, executive director of the Agape Rescue, Tanya Willis, will discuss why 'being broken' is not the case. In fact, with the help of more foster care through rescue organizations, rescue dogs can have that chance to live as much a normal life as any other dogs who's had one positive home all their life. Our second guest in today's episode, Jim Scano, founder of Dog Rescue Shirt Club, has actually worked with Agape Rescue, and continues to help other rescue organizations raise funds. Through their monthly membership services, the club is able to give 100% of the proceeds to a rescue organization every month.

32 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
Save A Pooch - Episode 35 Myth Buster: Shelter Dogs Are Broken

Save A Pooch - Episode 34 From Shelter Dog To Superdog

Service Dogs Inc celebrates their 30th anniversary not only helping rescue dogs but also individuals in need of service dogs. In fact, this organization puts rescue dogs into training to become service dogs! How is that possible? Founder and president of Service Dogs Inc. Sheri Sholtes shares her journey in this episode.

30 MIN2018 AUG 30
Comments
Save A Pooch - Episode 34 From Shelter Dog To Superdog

Save A Pooch - Episode 33 Peace of Mind Dog Rescue: Helping Senior Dogs and Senior People

With senior individuals being a vulnerable and under-served population, senior rescue dogs are even more vulnerable. On one hand, senior dogs in shelters are more likely to be euthanized, on another, dogs owned by senior people are more likely to be left behind because they are no longer able to be taken care of. The organization called Peace of Mind Dog Rescue has taken the initiative to not only advocate for senior rescue dogs in shelters but to also provide dog services to senior people to ensure they can keep their dogs with them as long as possible. They have been able merge the two causes of helping senior rescues and people in Pacific Grove, California.

28 MIN2018 JUN 30
Comments
Save A Pooch - Episode 33 Peace of Mind Dog Rescue: Helping Senior Dogs and Senior People

Save A Pooch - Episode 32 The Benefits of CBD Oil in Helping Rescue Dogs

With many tragic lives that stray dogs endure abroad, it's understandable we feel helpless and powerless to address the situations. Founder of Odessa's Essential Health For Pets and has experienced extraordinary dog rescues from China and has helped them recover from their pain and reduce their anxiety. In this episode, Odessa Gunn will talk to us about how she does it.

24 MIN2018 JUN 6
Comments
Save A Pooch - Episode 32 The Benefits of CBD Oil in Helping Rescue Dogs
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