The ultimate podcast for dog lovers, How 2 Dog is here to answer everything you’ve ever wanted to know about our four-legged friends. Each week host and world-renowned animal expert Sherri Davis (from Hudson & Rex) draws on illuminating conversations with fellow experts and her own vast experience to get to the bottom of our listeners’ canine questions. Call our hotline to ask your question at 1-833-HOW-2-DOG.
Grooming: Highs and Lows
Professional dog groomers are on the front lines of caring for your furry family members. Whether you're dealing with gum on their paws or getting ready to take the Westminster Kennel Club by storm, you need an amazing groomer in your corner!
Dog Jobs Pt1: Police Dogs
Some dogs have jobs just like us. But what is life like for a dog with a serious job, and what is it like to work beside one of these talented doggos?
Understanding Dog Talk
Barks, growls, whimpers, tail wags, licks and looks; is a dog’s behaviour a manifestation of their emotions that we can decode, or will we always have a communication divide between them and humans?
Sleep and Dogs: What Do Dogs Dream About?
There's an old expression: It's best to let sleeping dogs lie. But what if your dog is having a nightmare? Should you wake them up? And how do we even know what dogs are dreaming about?
Dog Senses Pt1: Hearing
We've all heard that dogs have amazing senses. But what do we really know about how our doggos perceive the world? Sherri has a fantastic conversation with Dr. Peter' Skip' Scheifele, executive director of FETCHLAB, about all things related to hearing and dogs. Can they hear better than we do? Are dog whistles a real thing? And is there anything we can do to prevent or treat hearing loss in dogs? Peter would know–he's currently developing the world's first hearing aid designed specifically for dogs. There's so much for dogs to hear, and so much to hear about dogs.
Traveling with Your Dog; Planes and Cars
We're all feeling the urge to travel these days. But what about our doggos? Is it safe to take our canines with us when we hit the road? And what about the tarmac?