Renee had animal communicator, Liesl Woelfel from Montgomery County, Pa. visit The Doghouse this morning. Sue from Williamstown, NJ called into the show to ask Liesl about her 3 year old Cockapoo, named Popcorn. Sue said she was astounded that Popcorn told Liesl so many things about how her house was arranged, and what her dog wanted from her family — more time with the kids, more walks and going for car rides.
Renee interviewed two dog trainers today: Nannette Morgan and Jo Jacques. Both trainers are extremely knowledgeable about Siberian Husky sled dogs. They discussed an incident that occurred after the 2010 Winter Olympics where 100 sled dogs were inhumanely destroyed at a tourist center in Vancouver, British Columbia. Nannette and Jo also talked about how sled dogs can easily be re-homed despite the fact that they’ve lived outdoors on a tether all of their lives. If you love Huskies, you’ll enjoy this program!
Jennifer Shryock, North Carolina dog behavior consultant, talks with Renee this morning about aggressive incidents that can occur in the home toward toddlers and other very young children. What do you do when your dog bites your kid? Are your children safe when your dogs are fighting over food and other resources? Can these dogs be helped? Many times, the answer is “YES.” The most important word a parent must remember is “SUPERVISE!”
Dr. Arthur Young from Mt. Laurel, NJ talks about the benefits of using some homeopathic remedies called, “Bach Flower Essences.” He explains how actual healing works in the animal’s body and how disease can create lots of behavioral issues with our dogs and cats, like aggression, resource guarding and anxiety. Renee gives today’s show a 5 Star Rating! Contact Dr. Young at www.homeopathyforanimals.com. You can call him at (856) 437-6523 for questions or to do a phone consult.