The Dog Trainer's Quick and Dirty Tips for Teaching and Caring for Your Pet

The Dog Trainer's Quick and Dirty Tips for Teaching and Caring for Your Pet

Published by: QuickAndDirtyTips.com
70 Episodes | First Released: Aug 19 '13 | 🇺🇸
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SeattleCapHill
Nov 28 '19
Rating:   6
Oddly formal, cold, and then weird

There’s a lot of good information in this one, but the delivery is formal, detached and the narrator often drones on like she’s annoyed or put off to even read her script in hyper-speed aloud. Pair that with random, post-recorded sound effects, and the whole thing is just...super weird.

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andersonranchllc
Jan 16 '19
Rating:   10
Great voice

Helpful tips and an incredibly friendly voice.

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jeepluv1
Jun 18 '18
Rating:   10
Awesome podcast

Thank you for these wonderful tips in taking care of my pups. Love your common sense approach to teaching us handlers and puppy parents. If everyone listened to these podcasts dogs all dogs all over the world would have super happy lives.

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KatDog2016
Dec 10 '16
Rating:   6
KatDog2016

Great information and advice! However....the way this podcast is delivered, is tough for me to listen to because it sounds like a script( i know she has pre-written etc) but there just isn't even change in the tone and reading to keep interested. I enjoy podcasts that sounds like more conversational.

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AnotherMusher
Mar 8 '16
Rating:   4
And exercise, discipline, affection?

She makes a very distinct claim that her methods are good and his/other are bad. Maybe incomplete? This podcast has very good and informative points, with well written and articulated topics that make this podcast worth listening. However, it has a corporate pet-agenda and does little to address actual dog psychology and how dominant or submissive behavior accounts for common "issues" and aggression. She asks to uphold the standards set by other qualified professionals (which is primary based on human psychology) without allowing for much growth in understanding human-dog relations as a whole. It's a monopoly on the pet training market. She is a trainer, not an educator. I look forward to hearing about how people's behavior influences their dogs(s) energy and state of mind. I will continue to listen to her opinions but respectively disagree with how she approaches important issues such as children, leash walking, jumping and feeding to name the usual. You won't get to the root of the "issues" by training around it. If you haven't heard of Cesar Millan's work, it's worth checking out to complement your podcast experience ;)

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New Beagle At Home
Aug 17 '15
Rating:   10
Older Podcasts

Hello, we have a new beagle puppy and I find your podcasts to be very useful. How do I get to the older podcasts? Thanks.

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lgrst4
Mar 10 '15
Rating:   10
WHAT?!?!? Only 116 reviews?

This is a brilliant podcast!!! I am both amazed and horrified that only 166 folks have reviewed it as of my posting. I've personally learned so much about myself and my dog - the author is solid and mellow and anyone with a dog can benefit from these quick blips of dogolini insights. Aurgh - best podcast out there. Sign up!!!

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Romeo12121212
Nov 5 '14
Rating:   6
Bulldog post

She's helpful and I enjoy listening to her podcasts. But I almost stopped listening after the one about how we should not "fall for" the breed of Bulldogs. I happen to have two and they are what led me to her, as I was searching for new tricks for them- because unlike she said, they are capable of being extremely happy dogs regardless of their short faces or health issues. Just take care of them and they're wonderful. It's extremely rude to tell people to "check themselves" before purchasing the breed. Almost want to stop listening simply for the unintelligent remarks regarding the breed as a whole.

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Hookedontravel
Sep 8 '14
Rating:   10
We all should listen to these

I've been training dogs for many (30 plus years) and there is something in every one of these podcasts that I find valuable. They are down to earth, science based (no voodoo dog wispering junk mail) and just full of helpful info. I wish she'd do more of them. Love, love, love them.

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Mr5. 8r0wn
Dec 30 '13
Rating:   10
Dog trainer-highly recommend

This is an excellent resource for dog owners. It has episodes relevant for deciding when/if to get a dog. She also has episodes regarding issues for puppy training to behavior when a dog has health problems as it ages or has a traumatic experience.

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jerome333309
Jun 20 '13
Rating:   10
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