The Quirky Dog

Oct 21 2020 29 mins 1

If you love your dog but are frustrated with quirky behavior, this podcast will help you understand and change that behavior.


















































































Considerations with Rescues
Jan 08 2020 27 mins  
On this episode, Scott and Jess talk about the things you need to consider when bringing a rescue into your home. It’s important to know what to look for.Topics discussed include:Dog tip of the dayDon’t adopt a rescue just from a photo on the internetGo into getting a rescue with your eyes openA lot of rescues have been coming from the South and many have problemsMany rescues have behavioral problems, health problems and may not have had the proper vaccinesIt’s important to do research on the rescue organizationIf you can, bring a dog trainer with you to evaluate the dogSee if you can get any video of the dog with other dogs and kidsBe honest about your situation and your family’s lifestyleIf you have kids, don’t bring them with you when you initially meet the dogDon’t be afraid to return the dog if the dog has extreme behavioral problemsScott strongly advises not adopting multiple dogs that have come from the same homeIf you already have animals at home, you need to consider the temperament of the dogsIf you already own a female dog, you may want to consider adopting a maleYou can contact the show by email at [email protected] info on See Spot Sniff can be found at seespotsniff.comYou can find Scott and Jess’s website at caninehealing.comMore info on Scott and Jess’s free course at caninemindshift.comHave you ever wondered why your dog behaves a certain way? Are there things you need help with or support? Join Scott and Jess Williams each week as they explore these and other topics.








Traveling with Your Dog
Dec 11 2019 25 mins  
On this episode, Scott and Jess talk about how to make traveling with your dog successful. They have all kinds of tips to insure a smooth journey.Topics discussed include:Dog tip of the dayYou want to think about a microchip in case you and your dog get separatedMake sure your dog’s vaccines are up to dateIf you are traveling to an area with a different climate, be sure you have the right vaccinesMake sure you have your rabies certificates with youMake sure you have the right equipment for safely walking your dogsHaving a second slip collar can make senseCondition your dog to riding in the carScott and Jess believe that using a crate in the car is bestMake sure you don’t leave your car windows open too muchYou can buy device to remotely check the temperature of your carIt’s very helpful if you’ve trained your dog to go to the bathroom on commandThe pet areas are not the best place to head to at the rest stopClean up after your dog!Be prepared for breakdowns and unexpected events – have a planBe thoughtful about your dog’s food – bring the food your dog is used toYou can contact the show by email at [email protected] info on See Spot Sniff can be found at seespotsniff.comYou can find Scott and Jess’s website at caninehealing.comMore info on Scott and Jess’s free course at caninemindshift.comHave you ever wondered why your dog behaves a certain way? Are there things you need help with or support? Join Scott and Jess Williams each week as they explore these and other topics.


Scott and Jess’s Origin Story
Dec 04 2019 30 mins  
On this episode, Scott and Jess talk about how they got to where they are today. How did Canine Healing come into existence?Topics discussed include:Dog tip of the dayScott recounts his time from birth through the current daysHe went from the Marines to CA where he bought a sailboatIn 1988, he moved to CA “permanently”Scott’s been sober for 30 yearsScott go into dogs as a hobby and something fun to doAround 2005, Scott started dog trainingEventually, he returned to MA to care for a sick parentJess hails from IllinoisShe had border collies from a young ageJess got involved in canine Frisbee at 7 years oldShe competed in the world finalsBesides Frisbee, she dabbled in canine agilityHow did Jess end up doing canine entertainment?Jess was a psychology major focused on animal behaviorJess and Scott met at a conference in WisconsinScott was primarily focused on boarding and trainingJess and Scott collaborated on a canine fitness classThey later worked with a lot of dogs with aggression and anxiety issuesThings shifted a bit – clients seemed less willing to put in the training effort and create structure for the dogThey noticed a void in the industry and filled it with Canine HealingCanine Healing aims to help both the dog and the owner with anxiety issuesYou can contact the show by email at [email protected] info on See Spot Sniff can be found at seespotsniff.comYou can find Scott and Jess’s website at caninehealing.comMore info on Scott and Jess’s free course at caninemindshift.comHave you ever wondered why your dog behaves a certain way? Are there things you need help with or support? Join Scott and Jess Williams each week as they explore these and other topics.






















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