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Host Julie Forbes celebrates Gay Pride month with the author of a children's book titled "Rumplepimple" which introduces a mischievous dog with two Moms. Their conversation includes lots of dog training and behavior tips as they reflect on the real life "Rumplepimple", a wire fox terrier named Charlie. www.rumplepimple.com
Next Julie talks with the president of Filson outdoor gear about their upcoming Canine Happy Hour that will host "Eclipse", the dog who rides the bus by herself to take herself to the dog park and then back home. Incredible story and yet another example of how we don't give dogs enough credit! Check out Filson's fine doggie gear at www.filson.com.
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Dog Behavior and Training expert Julie Forbes comments on Cecil the Lion's death and then two interviews with dog-related authors Spencer Quinn and Jon Katz.
Join Rick Gureski, the commissioner of the Mad Dog Dynasty League as he interviews one of the driving forces behind the creation of the league, the owner of the Stoneform Pallies, Steve Wellman. Topics covered will include: Why the Stoneform Pallies?; Favorite Offensive and Defensive Formations; Preferred Rookie Draft Preparation Strategies; Favorite Rivals; League Rules and much more.
As the final episode promoting this year's annual SPARCS conference on dog behavior, host and dog training and behavior expert Julie Forbes talks with Dr. Jim Ha about lots of interesting things related to dog behavior.
Did you know that different breeds communicate in different ways and that there is a genetic basis in understanding why a malamute and a poodle may not be able to get along?
For details about this year's SPARCS conference, visit www.sparcsinitiative.org. Starts Friday June 19th and you can watch/listen streaming live for free!
Join members of the Mad Dog Dynasty League as they discuss the current proposal to create a new taxi squad component to the leauge. Discussion will include:
How many Taxi Spots should we have?
Should it run all year long or only during the off-season?
What is the eligibility requirement? Rookies only? Rookies and 2nd year players? Wide open?
What should compensation be for taking someone's taxi player?
This much and much more. *This is part one of a two part discussion
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