Developmental Stages of Puppies with Dr. Lindell
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In this episode, host Beckie Mossor, RVT, chats with Ellen Lindell, VMD, DACVB, about her recent Clinician’s Brief article, “Developmental Stages of Puppies.” Dr. Lindell discusses the 4 stages of puppy behaviors, including how clients and veterinary care providers can meet the needs of each stage. She covers socialization, bottle-raised puppies, and considering the individual behavioral needs of each puppy. Dr. Lindell also talks about how we underestimate the influence we have on puppies and our ability to model them into the companions we want.


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Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett
Shaped by Dog with Susan Garrett
Susan Garrett
How to Create Kid Friendly Dogs and Dog Friendly Kids
Visit us at Raising dogs in a home with kids and kids in a home with dogs can be harmonious when you have the right expectations for great outcomes. Now, I don’t have children, but my dogs are around many children as I have a lot of nieces and nephews. There can be a great deal of joy for kids and dogs and many life lessons if we set everyone up for success. Do you know someone who has children and a dog? Share this podcast episode with them, and together we can help families with kids and dogs and make life better for everybody. In the episode you'll hear: • How imagining living with an overly exuberant relative relates to your dog. • Why I believe having a dog in a house with children can be an awesome combination. • How adults can help create the best relationship possible between kids and dogs. • Why we all have the right to say we are uncomfortable. • What children learn from us in the way we treat our dogs. • How even the kindest people might inadvertently teach life lessons they don’t want their children to emulate. • Why family agreements can be massively beneficial for everyone, including dogs. • How giving your dog a nickname can set kids and dogs up for success. • About including children in your dog training plans without overwhelm. • The transitions to train for your dog that will create household harmony. • What education I believe is critical for all dogs living with children. • Why I’m telling my team to give you a massive discount to join Home School the Dog. • Productive and safe ways that kids and dogs can enjoy time together. • How we can be the best advocates for both kids and dogs. • What you can do with "Home School the Dog. I was listening."! Resources: • Podcast Episode 25: Why All Dogs Can Bite and How to Reduce the Risk with R.E.A.D.- • Podcast Episode 19: One of My Biggest Pet Peeves in Dog Training - • Blog Post: A GAME to Preserve Your Dog’s Recall Cue - • Game: Learn How to Play ItsYerChoice (IYC) - • Crate Games Online - • Susan's Team: • Podcast Episode 57: Why Balance Breaks Fast Track Your Dog Training - • Podcast Episode 6: The Art of Manipulation -
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Teach Me, Teacher
Teach Me, Teacher
Teach Me, Teacher LLC
#193 Everything is for the Kids with CJ Reynolds (pt.1)
Hello everyone! Educators DO A LOT to make sure kids get the content they need. They stay late to tutor. They craft lessons on the weekends and over breaks. They think and plan, and think and plan, and do it because it is all for the kids! One of my favorite educators modeling this right now is the wonderful CJ Reynolds, author of the fantastic book, Teach Your Class Off. In this episode we talk about how CJ believes we should all be going the extra mile to build quality relationships with students, and meeting them where they are through their interests. We talk about how this approach came about for him, and how his life led him to a career of being the teacher he needed as a kid. I loved this one!     This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their new book Connecting with Students Online by Jennifer Serravallo. This book’s been getting a lot of buzz because finally someone is getting down to the nitty gritty details of effective online teaching during an unprecedented crisis. Jen Serravallo keeps the focus on what teachers do best: build relationships with students that drive learning and progress. And she shows how to do it remotely. She offers 55 streamlined instructional strategies we can use right away. Everything from conferring to small groups to communicating with a child’s parents or caregivers. Like everything Jen writes, Connecting with Students Online is accessible and respectful of teacher’s time. It’s filled with ready-to-use suggestions, and you don’t need a school technologist to implement them. You’ll find something here to help everyone in your classroom grow, even if you can’t be with them in person. Best of all, Jen will donate a portion of the proceeds from this book to organizations that help children directly impacted by COVID-19. If you don’t have Jennifer Serravallo’s Connecting with Students Online, head over to to read a sample chapter and find out what you’re missing. Or order yourself a copy. You’ll help yourself, your kids, and children struggling because of this this pandemic.
Savvy Painter Podcast with Antrese Wood
Savvy Painter Podcast with Antrese Wood
Conversations about the business of art, inside the artist studio, and plei
Office Hours with Antrese and Elisia Keown
How do you feel heading into 2021? Do you feel like you just need the clock to strike 12:01 am on January 1st, 2021 before you can even begin to hope for anything good? This has been a tough year, to say the least. But what if there was a way to acknowledge the struggle without letting it bog you down and rob you of your fun, joy, and passion for your art? As I’ve grown and developed professionally over the years, I’ve had the opportunity to learn from and alongside some amazing people like my good friend, Elisia Keown. I get the chance to chat with Elisia several times a week as we both continue to develop and grow in our respective professions and I wanted to invite you all along for one of our conversations. Pay close attention, Elisia has some helpful insights that I know you’ll find useful, don’t miss it! Setting impossible goals What comes to mind when you hear, “Impossible goals.” Does it sound like a recipe for failure for you? When was the last time you set an ambitious goal? Here is the thing when it comes to goal setting, most people are terrible at it! We use excuses like New Year's resolutions to make half-hearted attempts at change but many of us find ourselves right back where we started. How do you make this time different from every other time you’ve tried and received lackluster results? You’ve got to aim higher. Yes, an impossible goal should scare you and make you a little panicky, that’s the point! Talk to yourself! Do you need permission to talk to yourself? Seriously! It sounds crazy but I promise - it’s not! Our brains are designed to make sense out of complex experiences, thoughts, and encounters - talking it out helps. Whether you write in a journal or talk out loud - I encourage you to give it a try - without feeling self conscious! Have tried this before? What was your experience like? Make sure to join the conversation, I want to hear from you! Thinking of failure as an opportunity I used to hate failure. I’d take it personally, like I’d done something wrong - or worse like there was something wrong with ME. Do you ever feel that way when it comes to failure? Instead of constantly telling and teaching myself to do everything possible to avoid failure, I decided to embrace it. What if the failure was less of a punishment and more of an opportunity to learn and grow? In my conversation with Elisia, I even compare my failures these days to coins that Mario collects in Mario brothers! Outline of This Episode * [1:00] Elisia talks about how we met. * [2:30] The value of setting an impossible goal. * [6:30] Don’t be afraid to talk to yourself! * [10:30] Sorting your thoughts and using a journal. * [18:00] Looking ahead. * [26:00] Setting yourself up for success. * [28:30] Thinking of failure as a learning step. * [38:00] Daily lessons and small tasks. * [41:00] What do you do with the negative thoughts that pop up? * [45:00] Finding your voice and listening to it. * [47:00] Closing thoughts. *
49 min
Art Juice: A podcast for artists, creatives and art lovers
Art Juice: A podcast for artists, creatives and art lovers
Louise Fletcher/Alice Sheridan
Social Media for Artists: An Introduction [103]
As working artists, we have both used social media to build an audience and make sales. In this episode, we discuss how we approached social media when we first started, what we learned along the way, and how it plays into our marketing strategies today. This is an honest and open discussion that includes what we didn't understand, what we got wrong, and where we still need to improve. But having built solid and loyal followings on platforms such as Instagram, Youtube and Facebook, we both have sound advice about different ways to leverage these free resources to build your art career.  Building a following on social media is a slow process, but the results speak for themselves.  These platforms certainly have their downsides, but artists have never been able to take such strong control of their own marketing or been able to reach so many people free of charge. We hope you find our conversation thought-provoking and perhaps inspirational. Mentioned: Sketchbook Project: Patrick Gale book 'Take Nothing With You': Link to episode 59: Mini Seawhite concertina sketchbook: Find us and sign up for our newsletters at: Submit a question at Support the podcast with a small donation at: Follow us on Instagram: Alice @alicesheridanstudio Louise @louisefletcher_art Credits "Monkeys Spinning Monkeys" Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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