Did you know that dogs never feel guilty, they literally see magnetism, and they're able to smell how you're feeling. Science is making incredible discoveries about human's best friends, and this is the show where we present the latest findings to the world. more
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I follow both Jamie & Danny on social media and enjoy the information they share, and value their experience and the heart they put into their work. This podcast is excellent, really informative and as a dog professional of 12 years I even learned lots from it. Keep up the great work! 5 ⭐️
I follow all of these individuals on social media and they all have so much knowledge to share. It is great to listen to their passion, individual view points and the science is so interesting. Let’s hope this podcast becomes super popular and the general public can take something away from it!
So refreshing to listen to this podcast! No bulls**t, no underlying messaging, three genuine people who are experts in their field talking honestly, passionately and confidently about dogs, behaviours with a little laughter thrown in.
This is such a lovely podcast! The information is brilliant and it taught me a lot about pet ownership. It was like peeking inside a dogs head for an hour 🙌🏻
Full of laughs but also many interesting and important talking points. It’s about time that real trainers with real experience and real results get a platform to help dog owners struggling with their relationship with their dog.
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the Dog Scholar launched 5 months ago and published 20 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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