Ever wonder what it’s like living with an amputated pet? This podcast reveals everything you need to know through conversations with veterinarians, rehab therapists, oncologists, and other experts. The podcast’s goal is to “spread the word that it’s better to hop on three legs than live on four.”
Pawprint is a podcast that features the valiant efforts of animal rescuers who tirelessly work to save animals from abuse and/or abandonment. Aside from interviewing everyday heroes, the show also features experts in various fields such as animal behaviour, training, and medicine.
The Catexplorer Podcast offers a one-of-a-kind perspective from cat owners who love to go out and explore the world with their feline pets. Aside from one-on-one chats with these cat owners/adventurers, the podcast features interviews with cat experts on how to care for your cats, how to train your cats, and how to put them at ease when exploring the great outdoors.
Since its first episode in 2016, this podcast has been providing information, education, and dialogue to create a more supportive environment that empowers people to help the cats in their community.
The Agility Challenge offers monthly work lessons focused on dog agility, covering both human and dog conditioning, skills building, and handling. Aside from containing a huge library of online training materials, The Agility Challenge can help you stay connected
If you’ve recently adopted a dog or even if you’ve long struggled with an anxious dog, then this support group aims to help make your journey a little easier. It’s largely focused on Australian dog owners, but its resources and community would benefit any dog owner
When the long hours of being cooped up indoors seem to merge into one endless day, it pays to have a handy app that will notify you about every little ritual between your little buddy and you – whether that’s over the next few minutes, hours, days, or weeks.