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Author: Panos Anagnostou & Luke Badman

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Life With Your Dog is focused on dog training concepts and ideas that can be applied in a practical way, to enrich the life you live with your dog. Educating dog owners, trainers and enthusiasts about these ideas so that we can train, manage, live and thrive with our dogs. Making connections between dog training concepts and the way we operate our own lives. We aim to unpack dog behaviour and training applications so that each episode has a topic to be covered.
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Redirected aggression can be a difficult behaviour to deal with in a dog. Panos covers a few key points: -What is it?-Likelihood of occurrence-Ways to prevent it occurring in the future Stay safe and it's best to get on top of this behaviour as soon as possible before it develops into more of a problematic issue later. ***Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com       
Roger, an avid listener of our podcast, has sent in a question following on from EP12- Why do we have dogs in our lives?Panos goes into some detail about what to consider when giving advice on why people should train their dog, how they should train their dog and how to make them take it seriously.This can be a hard task, the best answer of which Roger had already stated is, be a good role model, practice what you preach and help inspire others to take on the task of being the best person for their dog.***Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
Happy New Year to all our listeners!Panos reflects on his lessons of the year. It has been a wild year personally, professionally and globally.The reason why Panos has dogs and dedicates himself to dog training is that dogs complement our lives, and should not complicate them.He wants owners to learn from their dogs just as much as we teach them.Remain disciplined, maintain what we already have before adding more, and having structure but switching up routines.***Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
It's fireworks season - some dogs can find it a very stressful time of the year!Panos covers a few things to consider like:What to do with puppies,How to help prevent issues and not make the mistakes that Panos has in the past, andHow to manage dog with phobias and anxiety.We hope that you all have an awesome turn of the year, wishing you, your dogs and your families happiness, health and strength into the new year! See you in 2021!Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
We have now entered the summer time and with that, especially here in Sydney, we have had some real hot days well over 45°C!Looking after our dogs in these times is essential. Panos covers some important considerations and remedies to the heat for our pooches:How dogs release heat from their bodiesWhat to do with your backyard setupWater-based options to beat the heatHow to use enrichment to cool your dog downWhat can be done for older dogs in the heatHow to know when it's too hot to walk your dogWhy wetting dogs can actually make them hotterWhy it's important to keep your dog well groomedWhat to do with fly traps & sprays***Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
This question comes from our listener Paul, who's wondering how small dog syndrome works and if it's real.Panos explains his thoughts on the topic and what it means when a small dog is reactive to everything around them.Is it their ego, because they think they are bigger than what they actually are? Or are they fearful which results in the barking, lunging and snapping?***Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
Panos had the opportunity to sit with Alex Edwards and discuss topics from Alex's socialisation classes, stories of his 5 dogs, how Covid has affected our dogs, Alex's journey abroad learning from some of the world's top dog trainers and much more. Alex owns and runs Refine Your Canine Dog Training. He is a Melbourne based dog trainer with over 7 years experience.Alex is very passionate about dogs and effective dog training. Proper dog training creates a special bond between the owner and the dog that enhances the experience of dog ownership. Alex has a special natural ability with dogs that can only come from a lifetime of dog ownership and a love of dogs.Alex is a firm believer that training your dog should be fun and challenging. He believes that the dog should want to come back every time. The dog should feel that it has learned something, achieved something and also enjoyed the day. Dogs that train with Alex are testimony to this, many of them getting very excited when they know they are going to doggy school.Alex specialises in time efficient dog training, focusing on getting the best results in the shortest time. So he uses time proven methods but leaves plenty of room for fun and innovation.He is always looking for new ways of improving the experience and adding to the enjoyment of training sessions for both owner and for the dog. He has dog training programs for basic to advanced dogs, from puppies to adult.***Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
Many people ask what are some tips on what to do if you see a stray dog in public. Panos has encountered many stray dogs and helped them find their way home, or the local shelter.A few tips he covers in today's episode:Safety firstWhy are you approaching the dog?What's your level of experience?Is the dog friendly, scared and/or aggressive?Save your local ranger's number in your phone!***Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
Panos sits down for a deep chat over Zoom with Liz Jackman, Co-Founder of Whiskey's Wish. They dive deep into the roles of service dogs, their training and the impact they have on their owners.The organisation's mission is to enhance the independence & quality of life of Veterans, First Responders & Correctional Officers who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) & service related injuries by the training, support, advocacy & assistance of quality, task trained service dogs to assist in rehabilitation.To find out more about Whiskey's Wish: www.whiskeyswish.org.auThank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
This week, Panos answers a question from Amanda: "How do I encourage my husband to build a better relationship with our dog? Our dog is difficult to walk as he's reactive to other dogs and needs to be carefully managed. This is not what we wanted when we adopted him but we took a chance and this is what we have."This is a very common and interesting topic that can be relatable to many owners, particularly of rescue dogs. Try these tips out and let us know if it worked for you.Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
Brent Dry is passionate about working with people to get the best out of their dog in whatever they are working on. Teaching clients how their dogs learn and why they are behaving in a particular manner is a role that he truly enjoys.When working with clients, Brent likes to empower them with the knowledge of how their dogs perceive their world. Brent loves the people he's in contact with everyday through his business and he aims to give them everything he can each time they are in a class. I also love mentoring students who are studying to become dog trainers themselves. Giving back to these keen people gives him so much satisfaction.Professionally training since 2008, Brent and his wife Cat have had many dogs including Rottweiler’s, and they now have a Belgian Malinois called Zia. They love learning new techniques to train and different ways to motivate dogs.You can find The K9 Company at www.thek9company.com.au where you'll also find Brent's new video course - great for remote learning during Covid-19.Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
Panos continues through the list of equipment that is used and recommended for your dog's needs.It is crucial to purchase the correct and most appropriate equipment, along with how to use it.Equipment covered:ClickerTugBallTreat pouchCrateExercise PenEnrichment toysMuzzleThank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
One of the most important commands to teach your dog is the recall. It is crucial to you and your dog's safety when out in public. It is one of the "big three" commands which include the recall "come", "down", and "bed" or the place command. Panos goes through the steps of how he teaches the recall to his clients. Remember, each step is essential for the next! Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe or write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
The right equipment is crucial to successful dog training. The wrong tool or the right tool in the wrong hands can spell disaster. Panos and Luke discuss the dog training equipment essentials in this episode.Equipment covered:(03:15) Harnesses(13:41) Flat collars(17:30) Martingale collars(23:13) Check / correction chains(30:05) Prong / pinch collars(43:55) Halter / halti(46:30) Flat nylon leashes(47:30) Slip leashes(50:08) Long leashes(51:55) Equipment we do NOT recommendThank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe and write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
Digging can be one of the most common problem behaviours that dog owners encounter. Panos talks about the motivations behind this behaviour and what we can do to help stop it.Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Hit subscribe and write a review about what this episode helped you with! Be specific.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
The National Dog Trainers Federation (NDTF) Certificate 3 in Dog Behaviour & Training is Australia’s only government-approved and nationally recognised professional dog trainer certificate.It is Australia’s longest running and most comprehensive dog trainer certification program. The course is also a nationally recognised qualification under the Australian Qualifications Framework.The NDTF’s professional dog training courses combine theoretical canine behavioural education with an industry leading ‘hands on’ component.Unlike some other courses, the NDTF has cultivated a team featuring a wide variety of experts from various specialist dog training and canine behaviour-related backgrounds.Most importantly the NDTF does not force its students to take on any particular style of training; there is no ideology to be found here. We would encourage you to be very careful when anyone tries to tell you how you "MUST" conduct yourself, or impose their ideology on you. That advice applies to dog training and beyond!***Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Or hit Subscribe and leave us a rating in the podcast app that you found us on.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
There is no easy way to say this ... Panos had to return the puppy. Two days after bringing him home, Panos realised something was gravely wrong.Tonight we go into the reasons why he arrived at this difficult decision.As always, thank you all for your ongoing support of the podcast. Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
It has been almost 10 years since Panos has raised his own puppy - time to put into practice what he teaches to others. The new puppy will be future help for Nooch's Pooches, but first and foremost he is the family's dog.We discuss reviewing Panos' marker system and naming of commands to save confusion for the dog. Setting up house and car, being prepared with a good management system. A plan of what will be worked on in the first 6 months is discussed. Panos also announces that he will be recording an online program for puppy development and training, along with all the ins and outs for the first 6 months.Further listening:Ep31 [Puppies 101] Walking Your Pup, & Acquiring Sibling Puppies [Pros & Cons]Ep11 [Puppies 101] Bringing Your Puppy Home For The First TimeEp3 [Puppies 101] Puppy Training: Why The First 16 Weeks Will Define Your Dog’s LifeThank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Or hit Subscribe and leave us a rating in the podcast app that you found us on.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
This week Panos answers 3 questions from 3 different listeners regarding puppy training issues. Listen in to hear what they are!Further listening:Ep31 [Puppies 101] Walking Your Pup, & Acquiring Sibling Puppies [Pros & Cons]Ep11 [Puppies 101] Bringing Your Puppy Home For The First TimeEp3 [Puppies 101] Puppy Training: Why The First 16 Weeks Will Define Your Dog’s LifeThank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Or hit Subscribe and leave us a rating in the podcast app that you found us on.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
Narelle Cooke is an accredited clinical Naturopath, Nutritionist and Herbalist. She began her career 20 years ago as a research pathologist in the agricultural industry and, over a period of ten years, developed a deep, first-hand understanding of the effect that pathogens and environmental toxins have on our food, our bodies and consequently, our health.Being a lifelong dog-owner and currently meeting the demands of three French Bulldogs, a German Shepherd and a Burmese cat, Narelle is highly passionate about the health and wellbeing of her pets. It was this strong desire to see her own pets live their longest and best lives that led her to hours of personal research and additional study in the area of natural animal health and nutrition.Given her strong scientific background, Narelle continually strives to provide the most up-to-date and evidence-based information to her patients to ensure that she is providing them with the best care possible. Her goal is to work with clients to strengthen their body’s ability to heal.Narelle is also a registered member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society (ATMS) and practices according to their professional Code of Conduct.Narelle can be found online at https://naturalhealthandnutrition.com.au/Further listening:Ep25 - Interviewing Glenn Cooke of The Canine Paradigm PodcastThank you for listening! If you enjoyed the show, please share this episode with someone who would benefit from it.Or hit Subscribe and leave us a rating in the podcast app that you found us on.Find us online >>Panos @ www.noochspooches.com.au >>Luke @ www.kizunacanine.com.au >>www.facebook.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>www.instagram.com/lifewithyourdogpodcast >>https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZpEKM7GxXngp5k0yxhCRqA >> www.lifewithyourdogpodcast.com  
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