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Our mission is to help you raise a happy, healthy, and well-behaved dog through companionship, nutrition, and training! Every week we cover topics like dog behavior tips, debates about dog parks, and so much more.

Oh, and let's not forget to mention we bring on some of the top experts in the fields of dog training, nutrition, and behavior. All for a better relationship with your pup!
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Recall (aka come when called) is vital for your dog's safety. Unfortunately, it can be one of the most difficult behaviors for dogs to really understand and grasp. One often under-used trick for teaching recall is to teach it with play. Yup, good old fun and games! Scout (my Lab) is EXTREMELY ball-motivated. She loves all toys, but the ball is truly her life.  We struggled for years (honestly) to help her learn a solid recall because she just isn't that food motivated and we couldn't get her that interested in treats (no matter the treat) in high-distraction environments. The only thing she would focus on consistently while outside... her ball.  So, we decided to practice recall every single time we played fetch! Here is what we did... We started indoors. There's no getting around that. We would do a couple of fun throws with her ball, then we would take 1-2 steps away from her (after she dropped her ball) and call her to us (Scout, come). At first, she was slightly confused about that 'cue word' being introduced during play, but after a couple attempts she caught on. So, again... 1-2 steps back, call her to us. Once she came to us it was a very quick mark (we use 'yes') and then throwing her ball. After practice inside, we took it to our backyard. Practicing this fetch-recall-training, every time we played fetch. Then, the same thing but at a park while on a 100-foot lead. Every 1-2 throws, she had to do a come when called to get the ball. And guess what, it didn't magically improve overnight. Nope. It took about 6 months of practicing that almost every single day. And now, she is almost perfect with recall.  The moral of the story... well there are 2. 1. Make recall (and all training) fun. 2. Find your dog's highest reinforcer, and use that ALL THE TIME. Need more ideas for recall training? Check out the Recall Mastery course part of Pupford Academy here: https://pfrd.site/recall-game Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/aapp-free Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Patience For Your Dog

Patience For Your Dog

2021-04-0610:16

Having patience for your dog's behavior might be one of the most difficult things in the world... but in this episode, I'm going to explain why that patience is key to your happiness when raising a dog! There are two very important things to remember... 1. Every dog is different. 2. Your expectations/timelines don't matter to your dog. Too often with our dogs, we expect things to happen overnight. But, newsflash... they aren't robots! After moving across the country with my 3 dogs I was taught a powerful lesson in patience. I expected my dog Sunny to be the fastest at learning to go potty in a new environment, turned out she was the slowest of all 3 dogs! I let myself get frustrated and impatient because I had expectations that didn't match reality. She really wasn't doing anything wrong... just adjusting! So, learn from my mistakes and remember to be patient with your dog. Whether you're working on overcoming separation anxiety, biting, or leash pulling problems you will be better served to put in the training and be patient with your dog's progress. Let me know (email hello@pupford.com) how being patient has helped your dog's behavior. Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/appdownloadd Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Impulse control affects all parts of your dog's behavior. It's something you should be practicing and working on every single day! In this episode, we will cover 3 aspects of impulse control training.  Part 1: What is impulse control? How should we be viewing our dog's ability to control their impulses? Part 2: Why is impulse control important? What parts of your dog's behavior does impulse control affect? Part 3: How can you improve your dog's impulse control? Here are 2 quick ideas you can do every day to help improve your dog's ability to control his or her impulses! If you want a deep dive into impulse control, check out our 21 Impulse Control games part of Pupford Academy! Get access here: https://pfrd.site/impulse Please like and subscribe!! Thanks for watching 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/app-downloadd Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
In this episode, I cover why you should have oral hygiene habits for your pup and what those habits should be.  Tons of people ask, how often should I brush my dog's teeth? What kind of toothpaste do I use? How do I make my dog like the toothbrush and more... Well, here are your answers! And don't forget, you can snag a dog toothbrush from Pupford here: https://pfrd.site/toothbrush Here's my favorite dog toothpaste that I've been using with my pups for over a year! https://amzn.to/2E3ryj1 Please like and subscribe!! Thanks for watching 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/pups-free-app Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Dog sports encompass everything from agility to dock diving and SO much more in between. Think dog sports are too advanced for your dog? Think again! In this episode, we sit down with Trevor Smith to give an introduction to all things dog sports. We'll discuss how to get started with your dog, what competitions are like, and most importantly, how dog sports can help improve your dog's behavior and your bond with him or her! Connect With Trevor Smith Trevor is a CPDT-KA trainer who continually attends seminars and conferences to improve his knowledge of dog training, and all things dogs. He is a strong advocate for pain and force-free methods and believes that we should all personally feel good about the methods we use to train our dogs. When not training dogs, Trevor and his wife (a veterinarian) enjoy fun outdoor activities like scuba diving and zip-lining, taking their dogs on hikes, and playing video games. Trevor is also a Certified Canine Fitness Trainer from the University of Tennessee. Connect with Trevor via his website here: https://www.thedoggiedojo.com/ Connect with Trevor on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/doggiedojo/ Connect with Trevor on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/thedoggiedojo/ Connect with Trevor on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/user/thedoggiedojo Check out Trevor's podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/life-with-your-dog/id1493425125 Please like and subscribe!! Thanks for watching 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/3app-free Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Separation anxiety is a complex topic. Amber Aquart joins us on today's episode to help break down what separation anxiety in dogs really is, and what pup parents can do about it.   Again, this is an overview. Separation anxiety is complex. If you want to learn more from Amber, check out her full video Separation Anxiety Course here: https://pfrd.site/course-sa Connect With Amber Amber's Website: https://amberaquart.com/ Amber's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCB3Tg2iozTjF_LJRVmSv8rA Amber's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/amberaquart/ Please leave a review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/reapp-free Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Raising a puppy (or older dog) can be very difficult... many of us face the 'puppy blues' from time to time. We may even question if having a dog or puppy is the right choice! The puppy blues can be a real struggle, but it's important to remember perspective! Here are a couple of important points... ⤵️ 1. The beginning stage of anything new is always the hardest. 2. Laying a foundation of training will pay massive dividends in the long run. Stick with it, the bond you can build with your pup will be worth it in the long run! Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/ez-app-free Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

2021-02-2310:21

The age-old question of 'why do dogs eat grass?'. Here's the simple answer... we don't completely know why dogs eat grass. There are some theories and ideas as to why, which we will discuss in this episode. And of course, the next question is, is it okay for my dog to eat grass? Again, short answer... it's probably not a huge deal. BUT, we will look at some potential problems from eating grass and discuss how to reduce it. Next time your pup eats grass, you just might know why 😉 Links to Sources/Research on Why Dogs Eat Grass https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17675815/ https://www.researchgate.net/publication/240398429_Reduction_in_grass_eating_behaviours_in_the_domestic_dog_Canis_familiaris_in_response_to_a_mild_gastrointestinal_disturbance https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0168159107001827 http://barf-raw-feeding.fr/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/WhydogogsandcatseatgrassGrassVetMed2008-2.pdf Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/app-free1 Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
What gets rewarded, gets repeated. So the next question is, what can you use to reward your dog?! And what if your dog isn't really food motivated, then what? Luckily, each of our dog's have their own "currencies". For some dogs, it is treats, while for others it may be a ball for fetch. The key is to figure out what your dog finds most valuable, and training accordingly. Don't lock yourself into the trap of thinking that your dog has to take a treat to do training... there are so many other options! Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/ztrain-app Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Has your dog started resource guarding? Maybe they growl when you try and take a toy or bone... or maybe they get defensive of their treats around other dogs. No matter what type of resource guarding your dog may be doing, it's important to understand the behavior and help stop it early on! Simply put, a dog guard resources out of a natural fear that the resource may go away. Resource guarding can happen with toys, bones, treats, food, or even their own body (a resource). In this episode, we sat down with Jocelyn Walls (CPDT, CTC) of Muttineer Dog Training to discuss what to do if your dog starts to resource guard. IMPORTANT NOTE: If your dog starts to show any signs of resource guarding or food aggression, you should get the help of an in-person, force-free dog trainer immediately. In this episode, Jocelyn also discusses things you can do now to help prevent any resource guarding by your dog in the future! Connect With Jocelyn Jocelyn's Website: http://www.muttineer.com/ Jocelyn's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFt4sAiMx5WdFfU6V2tFnXg Jocelyn's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/muttineerla/ Please leave a review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/reapp-free Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Teaching your dog to greet people politely is all about practicing before the situation occurs!  It can be really embarrassing when your dog jumps up on people while out on walks or in your home. In this episode, we sat down with Holly Ovington (certified dog trainer) to discuss ways you can teach your dog to greet people politely whether inside or outside. We discuss how to handle your dog when they start jumping, and also, how you can explain to people how you want them to act when greeting your dog. Connect With Holly Ovington Holly has been passionate about dogs from the get-go! Holly was part of 4-H dog clubs from a young age, learning to train and show her own dogs. Holly is certified with the Karen Pryor Academy, a Fear-Free Certified Trainer, an Instructor for Dog Biz Dog Walking Academy, and Walks N' Wags First Aid Certified and runs Positive Paws Training in the Vancouver area. Holly's next goal is to complete a certification in separation anxiety (which she is working on now!). Connect with Holly via her website here: https://positivepaws.ca/ Connect with Holly on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/positivepawstraining/ Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/xapp-free Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Grooming your dog at home can be a money-saver, but it also comes with its own challenges and potential problems. In this episode, we interviewed Quinci Cole (almost 15 years of grooming experience) to discuss some of the common mistakes she sees pup parents make when grooming at home. Some of those mistakes include not using the right tools, not doing enough research, and of course, not being careful enough with tasks like clipping your dog's nails! She breaks down some important "do's and do not's" for grooming your dog at home! Connect With Quinci Cole Quinci Cole has been grooming dogs since 2007 and has won Groomer of the Year twice in her home state of Utah. She is also a board member of the Utah Professional Pet Groomers Association which strives to raise the grooming standards in Utah (and other partnering states). Connect with Quinci on Instagram here. Connect with Quinci on Facebook here. Check out the video about dog brush types that Quinci made for our YouTube channel here. Please leave a review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/app-freee Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out the audio version of the podcast here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Many people wonder if (and how) they should use a clicker for their dog's training! In this episode, we sat down with Holly Ovington to break down the benefits and drawbacks of using a clicker to train. And of course, Holly teaches us how to use a clicker effectively when training our dogs. Connect With Holly Ovington Holly has been passionate about dogs from the get-go! Holly was part of 4-H dog clubs from a young age, learning to train and show her own dogs. Holly is certified with the Karen Pryor Academy, a Fear-Free Certified Trainer, an Instructor for Dog Biz Dog Walking Academy, and Walks N' Wags First Aid Certified and runs Positive Paws Training in the Vancouver area. Holly's next goal is to complete a certification in separation anxiety (which she is working on now!). Connect with Holly via her website here: https://positivepaws.ca/ Connect with Holly on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/positivepawstraining/ Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/trainingapp-freee Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Barking can be extremely frustrating and bothersome for people around you.  In this episode, we’ll discuss why dogs bark and what we can do about it!  We'll dive into what our dogs are really searching for when they bark.. and by knowing that, we can over time get our dogs to stop barking! Connect With Nick Franco In Nick’s words, he is an animal addict on a journey to learn everything he can about pet behavior, nutrition, and products so that he can spread the word and improve the lives of as many pets as he possibly can. Connect with Nick via his website here: https://www.hypawthesis.com/ Connect with Nick on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/hypawthesis/ Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/freeapp-pup Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
The 'dog park debate' is truly one of the most divisive aspects of being a pup parent. While dog parks can be a powerful tool for giving your pup physical exercise, they can also quickly turn into a dangerous trap. In this episode, we break down some of the positive parts about dog parks and how they can benefit your pup. We also explore the dangers, negatives, and scary parts of taking your pup to a dog park. We included quotes from 4 professional dog trainers about their opinions on dog parks. *Spoiler alert*... most trainers are apprehensive about dog parks. Want to share your dog park experience? Send us a message on Instagram! Shoutout to Kayla Albu (via YouTube comments) for recommending this episode idea! Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/doggy-app Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
In this episode we’re going to talk about what to expect for bringing home a new dog… we’ll cover what your expectations should be, setting ground rules, and of course, how to set your new dog up for success! Connect With Erika Erika's Website: https://www.fromdusktilldog.com/ Erika's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChGLy20lhLasdOZMOAILPsQ Erika's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/FromDuskTillDog/ Erika's TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@fromdusktilldog Erika's Podcast: https://anchor.fm/dogtrainingaudioex/ Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/newpup-app Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Feeling fa-la-la-la festive this time of year? Whether you are decorating the Christmas tree, lighting candles on the Menorah, or wrapping presents for family, friends, and neighbors, tis' the season to spread some Holiday cheer. But there are some things that can put a damper on the festivities... Luckily, there are things that you can do to make sure these special items go untouched by the wrong paws. Trevor, CDPT-KA and CCFT, from The Doggie Dojo demonstrated ways that we can get our pups to stay away from holiday decorations and THEN how to redirect that behavior to whatever you need them to. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUKEloF-cEI TEACH YOUR DOG HOW TO LEAVE THINGS ALONE Use both lower value and higher value reinforcements, to distinguish for the dog what they should be leaving and what they get in return This will teach them that when they leave something alone, they will get something else in return Increased reinforcement teaches them that when they leave X alone they will get something better Reward them for good behavior START WITH TREATS IN YOUR HAND Use an iron fist, keep fist closed and introduce reinforcement to your dog, praise and treat them Repeat until they are getting better Open hand and see if they will leave it GET YOUR DOG TO LEAVE IT ALONE ON THE FLOOR Start by covering the treat with your hands As they get better you can move the treats around Treat and praise them when they do what you want INVOLVE TOYS IN THIS GAME Now add some toys in the mix! Praise them and treat when they leave items that you want them to leave alone NOW INTRODUCE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS / OTHER DECOR Start with getting out toys you want your dog to play with Then add in the ornaments, presents, etc. Move them around the room, etc. Again, reward them for "Leaving It" TIPS FOR LEAVING IT AROUND THE HOLIDAYS Dogs love to forage! Christmas presents and trees are a great place to forage - in their minds. To encourage foraging elsewhere, try something like a Snuffle Mat so that they can forage and look for reinforcement. Get long lasting dog chews (like Bully Sticks, Beef Tendon, or Himalayan Chews) to redirect problem behavior and to get them something to do! Give your dog an environment they can succeed in. Don't leave food items underneath the Christmas tree Put barriers around the tree or put it on a table Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/holiday-download Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
In this episode, we sat down with Richard Gonzalez (certified dog trainer) to discuss why it can be SO difficult for our dogs to understand behaviors in new environments. Plus, we break down specific things you can do to help your dog better understand and grasp behaviors no matter the distractions or environment! Introduction of Richard Richard Gonzalez, has been learning dog behavior since 2010 when he was introduced to a service dog organization in San Diego California while on active duty as a Marine. He was undergoing medical recovery due to combat-related wounds and injuries. During this time is when he discovered his love for learning animal behavior and learning theory.  It has been a huge part of his recovery from wounds and reintegration back into society from being in the military.  Richard recently graduated the Applied animal behavior program at the University of Washington (UW-AAB) is a graduate of the Karen Pryor Academy(KPA-CTP), is a Certified professional dog trainer through the CCPDT,(CPDT-KA) and is also an AKC good citizen evaluator (AKC-CGC). He was a lead dog trainer at Petco and went through their certification program and puppy start right instructor through the Karen Pryor academy  He tries to attend 1 annual conference a year, and he likes to stay up to date with continuing education in the dog training field.  Some fun facts about Richard are: -He’s been to over 30 different countries and states  -He’s trained horses, fish, cats, goats, chickens and dogs -His first service dog licked Former First lady Michelle Obama’s leg -He served in the Us Marine corps for 12 years and was retired due to his wounds sustained from combat.  -He resides in the Pacific Northwest with my 3 malinois.  -His oldest Malinois was born on the day he was wounded and his middle Malinois was born on the day he went into that battle Connect with Richard Website (coming soon): https://thedomesticateddog.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thedomesticateddog/  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thedomesticateddog/ Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/get-app-freedownload Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Wondering how long you should train your dog each day? In this episode we sat down with Holly (certified trainer) to discuss how long you should be training your pup every day (hint... it's not what you're expecting). Remember, short bursts of training are often better than long, drawn-out sessions! Connect With Holly Ovington Holly has been passionate about dogs from the get-go! Holly was part of 4-H dog clubs from a young age, learning to train and show her own dogs. Holly is certified with the Karen Pryor Academy, a Fear-Free Certified Trainer, an Instructor for Dog Biz Dog Walking Academy, and Walks N' Wags First Aid Certified and runs Positive Paws Training in the Vancouver area. Holly's next goal is to complete a certification in separation anxiety.  Connect with Holly via her website here: https://positivepaws.ca/ Connect with Holly on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/positivepawstraining/ Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/freeapp-down Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
Obesity in dogs is one of the most common causes of health problems and earlier deaths in our pups.  In this episode, we sat down with Dr. Sylvalyn Simpson DVM to discuss the challenges our dogs face when they become overweight. We also answer questions like... ⤵️ How do I know if my dog is overweight? How do I help my dog lose weight? Can obesity hurt my dog? How many dogs are obese nationwide? And so many more! Connect With Dr. Sylvalyn Simpson Dr. Sylvalyn Simpson is a veterinarian, aka Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, and strives to provide the highest quality of medicine and care to her patients and their humans. She believes in a fear-free approach and in practicing evidence-based medicine. Dr. Simpson received her undergraduate degree in Veterinary Sciences from the University of Arizona and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She also puts out daily vet tips on her Instagram @thehonestvet. Connect with Dr. Simpson on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/thehonestvet/ Please review and subscribe!! Thanks for listening 🐾 Download the free Pupford app here: https://pfrd.site/4app-free Subscribe on YouTube here: https://pfrd.site/subscribe-youtube Check out all podcast episodes here: anchor.fm/perfect-pup Intro music cred to Kevin May: https://soundcloud.com/kevin_may --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/perfect-pup/message
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Kelsie Schlese

great advice, thank you

Apr 26th
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Kelsie Schlese

loved it!! thank you

Apr 25th
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