April 27, 2021
More than half (61%) of Americans report that no one understands them. Today, we meet sweet folks hoping to ease this health crisis … with fun! Some dogs are zooming with lonely seniors, and one human is sewing for senior dogs.
April 20, 2021
We like to think dogs need us at least as much as we need them … but is that true? Today we look at a stray, a film, and a divorce to find out.
April 13, 2021
We explore dog-obsessed pandemic coping strategies, including board games and street surveillance. Also, does Major Biden have a major biting problem??
April 06, 2021
It’s a family affair on today’s episode. The Angerer Family runs a truffle orchard in Northern California that employs a family of Lagotto Romagnolo – truffle hunting dogs – to dig up the underground treasure! In New York a family of rescue dogs from Texas all end up on the Upper West Side of Manhattan – a reunion story ready-made for the silver screen.
March 30, 2021
Dogs are on the loose! Meet a pet detective who finds missing pups. Get a dog’s eye view of Istanbul ... and find out what happens when dogs run post-apocalyptic intergalactic airports.
March 23, 2021
Dogs help us find balance in our topsy turvy world ... sometimes in unusual ways. Find out what happens when your dog gets involved with your search for love. Also, meet Harlso, the Celtic dachshund whose remarkable poise is admirable AND entertaining.
March 16, 2021
This week, we find out what happens when you say yes. CBS Reporter Martha Teichner says yes to a friend’s friend’s dog in a NYC farmers market ... and ultra-marathoner Dion Leonard says yes to a stray in the Gobi Desert.
March 09, 2021
The pandemic has given rise to an epidemic of dognapping, and even Lady Gaga isn't immune. Also, the dog shake: you think it's cute, but engineers think it's miraculous. And finally, the psychology behind humping and other antics.
March 02, 2021
We all had busy lives before the pandemic. Since coronavirus? Yikes. Our guests today have found a way to balance it all, though ... and their love for dogs is foundational. Rob Sayegh Jr., illustrator, "doodles" shelter dogs, dog toys, and his new picture book about erm, tails. Kate Erickson may have found the perfect entrepreneur-podcast-from-home formula with her puppy, Gus.
February 23, 2021
Dogs are loyal to humans. How can we return that loyalty? Alisa Johnson matches dogs with temporary homes while their human military heroes deploy. And Paul Owens, the original Dog Whisperer, trains humans on how to use compassion and love with our dogs.
February 16, 2021
On today's show we curl up with our dogs and a pint of premium ice cream to watch one tearjerker of a dog movie. First, we talk to screenwriter Mark Bomback about his film The Art of Racing in the Rain and how he made our eyes so leaky. Then, we get a tasty scoop on Ben & Jerry's new "ice creams" for dogs called, appropriately, Doggie Desserts.
February 09, 2021
The show biz adage that you should never work with dogs or children goes right out the window on today's show. On the Hallmark Channel's morning show Home & Family, Larissa Wohl has the "best job in the world" match-making adoptable pooches with their forever families. And Wendy Mitchell, author of Citizen Canine: Dogs in the Movies issues backstage passes to her insider knowledge of dogs in Hollywood.
February 02, 2021
On today's show we visit America's Mountain West, where we pay homage to two of its most interesting denizens: Loki the Wolf Dog, and Dr. Peter Rork, the pilot/orthopedic surgeon who flies thousands of rescue dogs to their forever homes on the other side of the Continental Divide.
January 26, 2021
The pandemic has pushed some people to learn skills they might not have otherwise learned – dog grooming, for instance. When shelter in place orders around the world took effect, dog owners rose to the occasion. In our final segment, discover what a positive Piglet Mindset is and how it's helping children and adults all over learn core values like acceptance, inclusion, empathy, and kindness regardless of looks, abilities, and disabilities.
January 19, 2021
On this, our inDOGural episode of Dog Edition, we chase some fascinating tales of presidential pups. Co-hosts James Jacobson and Pamela Lorence dig into how dogs can impact a president's image and what we can expect from the newest four-legged inhabitants of the White House, Major and Champ.