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Latest Episodes

NSDA Nosework Part 2

Part 2 of my interview with Terry Brown about canine nosework.

24 MIN2018 FEB 15
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NSDA Nosework Part 2

EPISODE 57 Canine Nosework - part 1

This month features part 1 of an interview with Terry Brown about the sport of canine nosework. Terry tells us what nosework entails, starting with some benefts for handler and canine partner, and continues with selecting the scents, handling them, and imprinting the dog on the scents. Please come back next month to listen to part 2 of the interview.

23 MIN2018 JAN 22
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EPISODE 57 Canine Nosework - part 1

EPISODE 56 Skunks, Porcupines, and other Critters with Dr. Alexis Newman

Listen as I chat with veterinarian Dr. Alexis Newman about critter hazards you might encounter in the woods. Dr. Newman is a veterinarian from Illinois. We talk about skunks, and what to do if your dog encountes a skunk.We also talk about porcupines, discussing facts, busting a few myths, and what you should do if your dog is quilled.At the end of the podcast we talk about a few miscellaneous animal hazards.

37 MIN2017 DEC 15
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EPISODE 56 Skunks, Porcupines, and other Critters with Dr. Alexis Newman

Episode 55 E-collars with Steve Snell

Episode 55 of the National search Dog Alliance Podcast for November 15, 2017 is a chat with Steve Snell of Gun Dog Supply about e-collars. Have you ever wondered about using an e-collar to communicate with your dog, but weren't sure how to get started? Learn more by listening as Steve and I discuss topics including how to select an e-collar, how to get started using an e-collar, figuring out the proper stimulation level, momentary versus continuous stimulation, and using tone or vibration. We also talk about the Garmin alpha, a combination GPS and e-collar device.

46 MIN2017 NOV 14
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Episode 55 E-collars with Steve Snell

Episode 54 Getting Started in Water Search with Vynn Stuart Part 2

This episode is part 2 of my conversation with Vynn Stuart about getting started in water search and rescue. Some of the topics covered include handling your scent sources, whether a boat is necessary, search strategy considerations, canine indications, drowning victims, to use or not to use divers in training, and record keeping.

44 MIN2017 OCT 15
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Episode 54 Getting Started in Water Search with Vynn Stuart Part 2

Episode 53 Vynn Stuart Getting Started in Water Search Part 1

In this podcast I chat with Vynn Stuart about getting started in water search and rescue. This is part 1 of the interview, so be sure to come back next month for the second half of our conversation. Vynn is a canine handler with decades of experience in many search and rescue disciplines. In this first episode we start by talking about what you should know as a handler, what your dog should know, watersafety issues, and how to communicate to your dog that scent can come from under the water.

34 MIN2017 SEP 14
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Episode 53 Vynn Stuart Getting Started in Water Search Part 1

Episode 52 Legal Issues - Dr. Greg Henry

When I first became a civilian search and rescue volunteer, it never occured to me that legal issues might be involved. When I learnedthat I needed to take crime scene preservation training, I realized that search could involve the law. My originally scheduled speaker wasn't able to participate as planned. So I turned toDr. Greg Henry, an emergency room physician with extensive legal experience, to record a podcast discussing general legal issues: What is a deposition? How should youprepare? How should you handle yourself when a question is confusiing or unclear? What are some things to avoid?

33 MIN2017 MAY 14
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Episode 52 Legal Issues - Dr. Greg Henry

Episode 51 Eric Darling - Urban SAR

Listen to Episode 51 for a conversation with FEMA disaster canine handler Eric Darling. Eric starts by telling us about his canine partner - how he came to be be his partner, his alert, and his reward - followed by a discussion about some disaster search topics. What is a rubble pile? How do you keep both handler and dog safe? What other skills might a disaster canine team need? We also talk about the agility and obedience requirements for a FEMA canine. Finally Eric discusses his company Superfit Canine.

29 MIN2017 APR 15
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Episode 51 Eric Darling - Urban SAR

Episode 50 K.T. Irwin - Scenarios Training

In Episode 50 of the National Search Dog Alliance Podcast for March 15, 2017, I discuss scenarios straining with K. T. Irwin. Learn about the planning and thought process that goes into setting up top-notch search training scenarios for canine teams.

22 MIN2017 MAR 14
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Episode 50 K.T. Irwin - Scenarios Training

Episode 49 Cynthia Otto on Canine Conditioning

Listen to Dr. Cynthia Otto of the Penn Vet working dog center talk about canine conditioning. ou can learn more at their websitehttp://pennvetwdc.org

30 MIN2017 FEB 14
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Episode 49 Cynthia Otto on Canine Conditioning

Latest Episodes

NSDA Nosework Part 2

Part 2 of my interview with Terry Brown about canine nosework.

24 MIN2018 FEB 15
Comments
NSDA Nosework Part 2

EPISODE 57 Canine Nosework - part 1

This month features part 1 of an interview with Terry Brown about the sport of canine nosework. Terry tells us what nosework entails, starting with some benefts for handler and canine partner, and continues with selecting the scents, handling them, and imprinting the dog on the scents. Please come back next month to listen to part 2 of the interview.

23 MIN2018 JAN 22
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EPISODE 57 Canine Nosework - part 1

EPISODE 56 Skunks, Porcupines, and other Critters with Dr. Alexis Newman

Listen as I chat with veterinarian Dr. Alexis Newman about critter hazards you might encounter in the woods. Dr. Newman is a veterinarian from Illinois. We talk about skunks, and what to do if your dog encountes a skunk.We also talk about porcupines, discussing facts, busting a few myths, and what you should do if your dog is quilled.At the end of the podcast we talk about a few miscellaneous animal hazards.

37 MIN2017 DEC 15
Comments
EPISODE 56 Skunks, Porcupines, and other Critters with Dr. Alexis Newman

Episode 55 E-collars with Steve Snell

Episode 55 of the National search Dog Alliance Podcast for November 15, 2017 is a chat with Steve Snell of Gun Dog Supply about e-collars. Have you ever wondered about using an e-collar to communicate with your dog, but weren't sure how to get started? Learn more by listening as Steve and I discuss topics including how to select an e-collar, how to get started using an e-collar, figuring out the proper stimulation level, momentary versus continuous stimulation, and using tone or vibration. We also talk about the Garmin alpha, a combination GPS and e-collar device.

46 MIN2017 NOV 14
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Episode 55 E-collars with Steve Snell

Episode 54 Getting Started in Water Search with Vynn Stuart Part 2

This episode is part 2 of my conversation with Vynn Stuart about getting started in water search and rescue. Some of the topics covered include handling your scent sources, whether a boat is necessary, search strategy considerations, canine indications, drowning victims, to use or not to use divers in training, and record keeping.

44 MIN2017 OCT 15
Comments
Episode 54 Getting Started in Water Search with Vynn Stuart Part 2

Episode 53 Vynn Stuart Getting Started in Water Search Part 1

In this podcast I chat with Vynn Stuart about getting started in water search and rescue. This is part 1 of the interview, so be sure to come back next month for the second half of our conversation. Vynn is a canine handler with decades of experience in many search and rescue disciplines. In this first episode we start by talking about what you should know as a handler, what your dog should know, watersafety issues, and how to communicate to your dog that scent can come from under the water.

34 MIN2017 SEP 14
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Episode 53 Vynn Stuart Getting Started in Water Search Part 1

Episode 52 Legal Issues - Dr. Greg Henry

When I first became a civilian search and rescue volunteer, it never occured to me that legal issues might be involved. When I learnedthat I needed to take crime scene preservation training, I realized that search could involve the law. My originally scheduled speaker wasn't able to participate as planned. So I turned toDr. Greg Henry, an emergency room physician with extensive legal experience, to record a podcast discussing general legal issues: What is a deposition? How should youprepare? How should you handle yourself when a question is confusiing or unclear? What are some things to avoid?

33 MIN2017 MAY 14
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Episode 52 Legal Issues - Dr. Greg Henry

Episode 51 Eric Darling - Urban SAR

Listen to Episode 51 for a conversation with FEMA disaster canine handler Eric Darling. Eric starts by telling us about his canine partner - how he came to be be his partner, his alert, and his reward - followed by a discussion about some disaster search topics. What is a rubble pile? How do you keep both handler and dog safe? What other skills might a disaster canine team need? We also talk about the agility and obedience requirements for a FEMA canine. Finally Eric discusses his company Superfit Canine.

29 MIN2017 APR 15
Comments
Episode 51 Eric Darling - Urban SAR

Episode 50 K.T. Irwin - Scenarios Training

In Episode 50 of the National Search Dog Alliance Podcast for March 15, 2017, I discuss scenarios straining with K. T. Irwin. Learn about the planning and thought process that goes into setting up top-notch search training scenarios for canine teams.

22 MIN2017 MAR 14
Comments
Episode 50 K.T. Irwin - Scenarios Training

Episode 49 Cynthia Otto on Canine Conditioning

Listen to Dr. Cynthia Otto of the Penn Vet working dog center talk about canine conditioning. ou can learn more at their websitehttp://pennvetwdc.org

30 MIN2017 FEB 14
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Episode 49 Cynthia Otto on Canine Conditioning