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 In this episode I dive deep into the world of DOGTV with  co-founder and creator Ron Levi. DOGTV is a cable and streaming network dedicated to programming that can help your dog reduce separation anxiety, minimize fears and phobias of things like  fireworks or the dreaded vacuum cleaner,  as well as  ease boredom while you are away. They have also implemented some fun new programs for humans to watch and learn with their dogs! We dig into what inspired this cat lover to create programming for dogs, and talk a little bit about the vision and the science behind it all.We have partnered with DogTV for an 80% discount off your first month by using the code Thebaroo at checkout . Click the link:   https://watch.dogtv.com/?code=thebaroo
Miranda Alcott has been an animal communications counselor for more than forty years. Her workshops and classes  aim to  facilitate a deeper bond between animals and the humans that care for them. She pioneered the development of new  fields and techniques in animal communications , incorporating all life forms and an awareness -based curriculum  known as Full body Frequency Perceptivity.   As an animal  medical intuitive Miranda is recognized as a respected team member while working under the auspices of veterinarians. She is also trained in emergency first aid and CPR for pets, and a certified crisis responder who provided support at both the Columbine school shootings and the World Trade Center  on September 11. We chat about how we can be more mindful around our pets , how we really need to take that moment to tune in and listen, and the lessons we can learn from our animals.Resources:mirandaalcott.comHarmoniousListening™ course: mirandaalcott.podia.com/harmoniouslistening-beginning-animal-communicationMiranda’s YouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCPgwmHtPMSoZ39ADzLuP3lwJoin The Baroo community:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/baroopet/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/baroopet
Dr. Judy Morgan is a renowned integrative veterinary whose book Yin and Yang Nutrition for Dogs was recently listed as one of the top three  books on dog nutrition of all time. We chat about why kibble may not be an optimal choice for your pet, some easy and inexpensive ways you can improve your dog's diet, and we  even clear up some myths around what your dog can and cannot eat.Helpful links:Yin and Yang Nutrition for Dogs
Turns out our dogs really are judging us, "in ways that are more nuanced than we might expect" says  Zachary Silver, a PhD candidate in the developmental psychology department at Yale University's Canine Cognition Center. He studies how dogs view the social world and, essentially, how dogs think. We chat about his research, the creative way he conducts his studies, and even a little bit about a sweet sneaky dog named Winston. Useful Links:Yale Canine Cognition Center
Did you know 1 in 5 dogs as young as 1 year old are estimated to have osteoarthritis? In this episode I chat with integrative veterinarian  Dr. Heather Oxford about how to identify whether your pup is struggling with mobility issues, and discuss some integrative approaches to pain management that can improve their quality of life. Dr. Heather Oxford received her Master's of Public Health in Epidemiology from Emory University in 2000 and worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the Foodborne & Diarrheal Diseases Branch, and also in the Viral and Rickettsial Diseases Branch. She attended the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, where she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2005.  Upon completion of a small animal veterinary internship at California Animal Hospital in 2006, she practiced conventional small animal medicine in Los Angeles for 2 years before becoming certified in acupuncture at the Chi Institute, and rehabilitation medicine at the Canine Rehabilitation Institute in 2008.  Dr. Oxford has been integrating Western and Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine with Animal Rehabilitation to optimize pets' quality of life for over 13 years. Useful links from this episode:https://heatheroxford.comhttps://www.ellevetsciences.com/cbd-science/Lick Mat -https://amzn.to/38MAFa9Pet Step- https://amzn.to/3MzKYNw*some of these links are affiliate links 
In the very first episode of The Baroo podcast I chat with certified professional dog trainer,  behavior consultant and author Irith Bloom about something I think most pet parents are familiar with: walking your dog. We chat about ways you can make the walk more enjoyable for you and your pup and why taking your dog on a sniffari  can help you raise a calmer canine .Irith is a CPDT-KSA, a CBCC-KA, a CDBC, a KPA CTP, a VSPDT, and a CBATI. She is also faculty at both Victoria Stilwell Dog Training Academy and DogBiz’s Dog Walking Academy, and she's certified in TAGteach, a positive reinforcement method for teaching humans. She is on the board of the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT), and Chair Emeritus of the Education Committee of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT). You can learn more about Irith Bloom here:https://thesophisticateddog.com/about-irith/       Purchase her book here:Your Puppy and You : A step -by step guide to raising a freak'n  awesome dog
Welcome to The Baroo, a modern lifestyle podcast for dogs and their people hosted by me, Charlotte Bayne. I have been caring for dogs, my own and those that live with other people, for more than 15 years. Some call me a canine concierge. I specialize in helping my clients make sustainable choices that benefit their pets and their families. But while I’ve learned a lot in my career, I  definitely don’t know it all, so I’ve collected an ever-evolving roster of amazing dog people to turn to for advice—and I learn new things from them all the time. Join me here at the Baroo for a weekly series of casual conversations with canine experts, from scientists and veterinarians to psychics and healers, and everyone in between. You’ll hear heartwarming stories of canine companionship, deep dives on hot button products, and some seriously fun conversations with some people you may know about the dogs they love. Dogs make the best companions for humans. This podcast aims to make humans better companions for their dogs. So hit subscribe and join me!
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