Positively Dog Training Episode 201

In the first episode of the new season, Victoria and Holly discuss what they've been up to for the past several months, including Victoria's filming of the 8th season of It's Me or the Dog, experiencing the recent earthquake and hurricane, Victoria on Anderson Cooper, the Hero Dog Awards, Holly's judging of Miss Tennessee, her dog Kashmir's knee surgery, and Victoria's development of her new Canine Noise Phobia series of desensitization products.

Also discussed, Victoria's upcoming trip to San Diego for a dog training conference and pet expo, her upcoming live tour dates, Holly's work as a correspondent for CNN, and the new podcast sponsor, Pets Add Life.

Ask Victoria featured questions about why it took so long for the new podcast season to start, how to puppy proof your home, whether neutering will stop bullying behavior and more.

The hot topic was the case of Lennox, a pit bull type dog in Belfast who is scheduled to be euthanized due to Northern Ireland's antiquated breed specific legislation (BSL).

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5 thoughts on “Positively Dog Training Episode 201

  1. Amy Bynon

    Hi Victoria,
    Before adopting our Beagle mix, Ramona, I watched your show religiously so that I would be prepared to get the dog comfortable in her new home and on her way to behaving positively! I am still a huge supporter of your show and podcasts. Welcome back! I know you grew up around Beagles and are very familiar with their eating habits. Ramona has a very sensitive stomach but can't resist eating anything in the route of her walks (even spit out gum... yuck). We measure out her food (sensitive stomach friendly), and even split her dinner on the night of her training course (half her food with other yummier low-cal treats). She's a cuddler so she will always choose a belly rub over chasing a ball or playing with toys. The best excersize she gets is at the dog park but even then she sometimes just wants to "hang". What do you recommend to help her lose weight?

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  4. Tiffany O'Brien

    I have ALWAYS watched your show, i think you may be the most knowledgeable person when it comes to understanding dogs and their minds. Hearing how you publicly condemn the treatment and torment of Lennox is just another reason to adore you and all you stand for.

    I hope with your help the poor poor boy can be returned home. You're voice can be loudest at all!

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