Positively Dog Training Episode 103

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In this episode, Victoria and Holly discuss:

  • Victoria's recent travels to the UK for the Dogs Trust Awards.
  • Her trip to San Diego for Petapalooza.
  • Her upcoming plans to be in New York City for the upcoming season of It's Me or the Dog.
  • The inside scoop on the behind the scenes of what goes into each episode of It's Me or the Dog from casting through the final edit.
  • In Victoria's Animal Academy quiz, she grills Holly about dog breed trivia.
  • During the Ask Victoria segment, Victoria answers listeners' questions about:
    • separation anxiety
    • fear aggression in a rescued German Shepherd/Lab mix

 Episode Links:

Dogs Trust
http://www.dogstrust.org.uk/

 

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  • Marianne

    Here is a link to the youtube clip. At the end of it, the narraror says that the injured dog lived.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofpYRITtLSg

  • Amanda Martin

    Hi Victoria and Holly. Firstly, I just want to say that, Victoria, I am a huge fan of your show. I have worked around and with dogs my whole life and for the past couple years have begun training dogs. I have trained my own dogs (I have a pit bull and a pit bull/rottweiler mix), as well as helped out friends and relatives. I always use positive reinforcement and I love the fact that you are able to speak out on a large scale about the benefits of positive reinforcement and the damaging results of dominance-based training.

    Anyways, I just found out about your podcast and I am working on catching up to the most recent show! I just wanted to tell you what I found out about the hero dog who rescued his buddy from the highway. I have found conflicting news stories and so I am not quite sure which one is true; although I want to believe that everyone survived!

    This footage is from CBS and says that the injured dog was killed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y1u5VSYeJYM&feature=fvw
    This is an article that states the stray had died. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/3688918/Dogs-motorway-rescue-grips-viewers.html

    However, as the previous commenter posted, this site says that he survived! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ofpYRITtLSg

    I hope this helps, although you have probably already found out the answer to your question!

    Amanda

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