273 — Herding Dogs: “Eye,” Competition and Genetic Instinct | Pure Dog Talk

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Herding Dogs: “Eye,” Competition and Genetic Instinct Herding dog trainer and Shetland Sheepdog breeder Tammy Van Deusen joins host Laura Reeves to share her knowledge. “Give ’em the Eye” We talk about “eye” contact, the way Border Collies and Kelpies control stock, versus “loose eye” breeds such as Shelties and the Belgian breeds, that control…

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272 – Pam Bruce: Memories and the Essence of Style in Purebred Dogs | Pure Dog Talk

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Pam Bruce: Memories and the Essence of Style in Purebred Dogs Pam Bruce, fourth generation Canadian dog fancier, joins host Laura Reeves in part one of a wide-ranging very personal interview on history, people, judging, breeding and the essence of “style” in purebred dogs. The quintessential dog person, Bruce shares stories and humor and insight…

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271 — Jeff Pepper on PBGV and the Importance of Performance | Pure Dog Talk

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Jeff Pepper on PBGV and Understanding Standards Through Performance Jeff Pepper, AKC judge, breeder and Take the Lead Treasurer, joined host Laura Reeves at the AKC National Championship presented by Royal Canin. Listen in for this absolutely fascinating conversation on the history and type differences of PBGV (petit basset griffon vendéen) and GBGV (grand basset…

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270 – David Fitzpatrick on Pekingese, the Palace Dogs of Peking | Pure Dog Talk

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David Fitzpatrick on Pekingese, the Palace Dogs of Peking David Fitzpatrick, 2012 Westminster Kennel Club BIS winner with the Pekingese, Malachy, was obsessed with dogs as a child. Although his parents wouldn’t let him own a dog, he found ways to be involved  with them by walking and housesitting dogs in the neighborhood. His passion…

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269 – Authors: Clean Paws Are Very Important For a Scottie, You Know | Pure Dog Talk

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Clean Paws Are Very Important For a Scottie, You Know Pilar Kuhn and Rod Ott, authors of the award-winning children’s book “Clean Paws are Very Important for a Scottie, You Know” joined host Laura Reeves live at Westminster Kennel Club. Scottie registrations are down, Kuhn said. The breed has witnessed an astonishing 70 percent decrease…

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268 – Veterinary Voice: Newborn Puppy Risk Factors | Pure Dog Talk

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Managing the Neonate – Early Detection and Management of Newborn Risk Factors By Dr. Marty Greer, DVM, JD Breeders, experienced and inexperienced, will benefit from monitoring their newborn pups for the following parameters. This information is modified from recent research gleaned from Neocare in France. Having specific numbers to assess and monitor can be very…

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96 – Divorce, Disease, Disaster, Disability, Delay, Death and Your Dogs: Debra Hamilton Esq. – How to Make a MAAP Plan

Divorce, Disease, Disaster, Disability, Delay, Death and Your Dogs: Debra Hamilton Esq. - How to Make a MAAP Plan. What happens to your dogs in the event of divorce, disease, disaster, disability, delay, or death? Don't assume that family or friends know what your want, how to care for them, or who should have them....
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95 – Generic Dogs and Common Faults: Green Room Conversation with David Frei, Patty Keenan and Shawn Nichols

Today's podcast on Generic Dogs was recorded prior to the Saturday Symposium held on Saturday, July 8, in Puyallup, Washington. Patty Keenan and Shawn Nichols are both AKC Judges and David Frei is our beloved "face and voice of the dog world".
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94 – First Aid for Dogs – Are you Ready for Field and Show Emergencies: Dr. Cynthia Heiller, DVM – Part 1

  First Aid for Dogs – Are you Ready for Field and Show Emergencies: Dr. Cynthia Heiller, DVM – Part 1 First Aid for your dogs… Are you ready? Dr Cindy Heiller, DVM is an Emergency Vet with Redwood Vet Clinic and has saved more than one dog and horse at field trials. Breeder of…
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93 – Versatile Companion Champion Dog – What It Took To Be The First with Andrea Ford

Andrea (Kyllarova) Ford, newly immigrated from the Czech Republic, acquired a backyard bred Golden Retriever in 2000 as a companion. From those humble beginnings grew the very first AKC Versatile Companion Champion Dog team.
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Tracking with Wally O'Brien

92 – Tracking: Testing Your Dog’s Ability to Scent with AKC Judge Wally O’Brien

Tracking: Testing Your dogs ability to scent is for just about any breed - even an Italian Greyhound and Yorkshire Terrier.
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91 – Dog Show Grooming, Poodle University, Online Handling and Allison Foley

Allison Foley has started Leading Edge Dog Show Academy to mentor exhibitors online for dog show grooming, junior handling, and handling for adults.
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90 – AKC Government Relations is Fighting for You! – Phil Guidry, J.D.

Junior Handler, Cocker Breeder to help lead the fight as attorney at AKC Government Relations, Phil Guidry's heart and soul is committed to the preservation of our breeds.
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89 – Italian Greyhounds and Lilian Barber: From the Holocaust to La Scala Italian Greyhounds

Italian Greyhounds Lilian Barber is a breeder and AKC judge. Lilian escaped the Nazi's as a child and fled to the US. Author of the "bible" on Italian Greyhounds.
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88 – Wire Coated Breeds and How to Work With Them

Wire Coated Breeds require special grooming techniques and tools to keep the coat in top condition and shape that the breed standard requires.
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