Positively Dog Training Episode 315

Holly describes her CNN shoot in Jerome, Arizona, discussion of ghosts and spirits, Victoria's newfound dedication to eat more healthily, and how to feed your dogs a better diet.

On the Positively Hotline, Minneapolis-based VSPDT trainer Amy Sandmann talks about her work with Pet Partners (previously called the Delta Society) as she and her giant therapy mastiff, Howie, make the rounds at Twin Cities children's hospitals.

Ask Victoria questions include:

  • What to do if you suspect or know someone is running a puppy mill or involved with animal cruelty
  • A 4 month old shelter rescue Chow/Lab mix won't back down and shows a lot of defensive behavior
  • A 3-year old Chihuahua with multiple health issues whose medication might be causing various behavior issues
  • A dog with anxiety issues who is ruining the house and is not re-homable
  • A 3 1/2 year old yellow lab with impulse control issues who crosses dangerous roads in order to scavenge from nearby food sources.


Show Notes:

Funny Talkin' Animals YouTube Clip

Pet Partners

VSPDT Trainer Amy Sandmann

MN-based VSPDT Trainer Amy Sandmann with her therapy dog, Howie.

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3 thoughts on “Positively Dog Training Episode 315

  1. DeLinda

    I love this - and strangely enough, when I was young, one of the favorite things to do for our family was to visit ghost towns. I have an interesting story about one of them, though I don't want to get into the details here. Let me just say that yes, I'm a firm believer in spirit and reincarnation. Would love to discuss it further with you guys. 🙂

  2. Monica J.

    If you're looking for good information on nutrition, you should look up the editor of Whole Dog Journal. I'm in no way affiliated, I just subscribed for a couple years. They present a lot of information on healthy feeding and natural pet care. A lot of people contribute articles, so the editor should be able to point out people trained in nutrition that would be willing to help.

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