Podcast • A podcast exploring the various aspects of living with and training dogs.
Canine Nation uses behavioural science to form satisfying relationships between dogs and their humans. The podcast delves into discovering the truth about dog training, and discarding old, traditional practices that do not benefit dogs.
Whose podcast is it?
Eric Brad, a Certified Professional Dog Trainer-Knowledge Assessed (CPDT-KA) who has been living with and training dogs for over 25 years. As a writer, he promotes modern animal training methods rooted in behavioural science and reward-based training. Most of the episodes are based on the essays that Brad has written for Life As A Human, a human interest online magazine for evolving minds.
Is it free or paid?
It is free on various platforms.
Who is the podcast’s intended audience?
Dog owners who are interested in using up-to-date scientific methods, reliable sources, and tried-and-tested data to train their canines. The episodes are 5 to 27 minutes long, with thought-provoking topics such as “Reliable Recall – The Holy Grail of Dog Training,” “Lessons from Our Dogs – Forgiveness,” and “Is Kindness Enough for Effective Dog Training?”
Why should I listen to it right now?
Despite the fact that it was last updated in August 2019, Canine Nation is a rich source of dog training information with 152 episodes you can choose from. There’s even a special topic for puppy parents entitled “Adventures in Puppyhood.” Listening to this podcast will equip you with more than a handful of techniques that would greatly improve your dog training sessions.
Where can I hear it?
You can listen to it on the Canine Nation website, Spotify, or Apple Podcasts.