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Dogs. They’re companions, guardians, and much much more – they complete us. And they just might save us from ourselves. Anna Webb explores all levels of modern dog ownership and brings to life why every dog is extraordinary. She speaks to scientists and experts - people who have and are changing our understanding of dogs - on everything from emotional intelligence to nutrition to behaviour, delving deep into subjects like homeopathy, telepathic communication and the pet food scandal. It's th ...
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Dog lover and Entrepreneur, Avi Nagel, joins us to chat about a new enrichment brand called Dog And Bond. Drawing on his fond childhood experiences growing up sharing a home with German Shepherds, Avi succeeds in recreating the shared experience of baking healthy snacks for your dog that you can eat too! Dog and Bond ensuresthat the ingredients are…
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With summer holiday season firmly here, this week we repeat our chat with Brenda Stowers about Le Pet Express. Her passion to offer straight forward service to travel in and out of the UK began with her own experience when relocating from California into the UK. She flew into France because dogs and cats can travel in the cabin as long as they fit …
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We’re joined by Estate Agent and Landlord, Russell Hunt whose company, PetsLets, specifically focuses on finding properties for people with pets. We chat about why the conversation about renting pet friendly accommodation as fallen off the ‘radar’ of late. We discuss why it is important that whichever party wins the upcoming election, they will pri…
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Dr Lise Hansen returns to discuss the latest and indeed landmark news from the WSAVA (The World Small Animal Association) on their latest guidelines to recommend NOT to spay or neuter as a routine procedure. Following on from several episodes discussing the growing body of science to backup these guidelines, Dr Lise talks about her award-nomination…
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This week Anna welcomes back retired vet, Andrew Prentis, to discuss the concern around corporate ownership of vet practices and working out the correct dosage for medicine. For more about Anna go to annawebb.co.uk Music and production by Mike Hanson for Pod People Productions Cover art by Jaijo Cover photo by Rhian Ap Gruffydd at Gruff Pawtraits T…
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In loving memory of Gremlin, who Anna lost a year ago, we replay one of our favourite shows: Anna's chat with Dr Zazie Todd - CompanionAnimal Psychology - talking about her book Purr. In our conversation on cats , the lack of science on their behaviour (compared to dogs), she recount several hilarious anecdotes on Gremlin, which will make you reali…
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We joined by elite dog trainer Rory Hennebry and Film Director Paul Webster discussing the new documentary called Canine. Nominated by the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival, Canine follows a Malinois called AK becoming trained as a conservation canine to help fight the battle against poachers in Namibia. The rise in the ruthless poaching and targeting…
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We’re joined by Anna Ewers-Clark, lead Vet at The Blue Cross, chatting about the dangers of the hot weather. Every season has its pros and cons for dogs, and in Summer the extra daylight hours give us more time to walk your dog, but it's also a time when a walk in the park can turn into a vet emergency. We discuss why dogs overheat so easily, and w…
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We’re joined by Rachel Down of Boil & Broth talking about how her journey discovering the huge health benefits of Bone Broth. Following a dead end road on courses of antibiotics, which seemed to make her worse, it was discovering the power of nutrition, especially bone broth that led to her transformation to being slimline, and in full vibrant heal…
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We’re joined by Actor, Author and Animal lover, Paul Drayton, talking about his love of dogs that was inspired by a Westie as a child. Drawn to animals he has owned horses, cows and even peacocks on his farm. We chat about his passion for Irish Setters and why they will always be apart of his heart. We talk about rescuing as being morally mandatory…
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When In a bid to find the perfect enrichment toy for their own dogs, the team @Play9 invented their own! I’m chatting to Lee Bridges and John Allard about the Enrichment Revolution, and particularly on interactive toys as a major part of this enrichment awareness. Inspired by a pencil eraser in the design phases to create the Roolo that’s very clev…
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We’re joined by Artist and Author, Barry Stebbing, who is talking about his first novel, Cedric - Footprints in the Sand. Based on a true story and inspired by Sir Edwin Landseer’s iconic paining of a black and white Newfoundland dog housed in the Tate in London, Barry brings the unknown back story of a Newfoundland named Bob - renamed as Cedric in…
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We’re joined by Dr Dan O’Neill, Associate Professor for Companion Animal Epidemiology at the RVC and co-founding ICECDogs member. We’re chatting about the ICECDogs - the International Collaborative on Extreme Conformations in Dogs. Particularly discussing the recently published position paper, the aim of which is to help owners to recognise good in…
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We’re joined by Dr Lise Hansen who returns to chat about her award winning book: “The Complete Book of Cat & Dog Health” and why this book provides clear accessible advice for owners to understand the four main areas of pet care: Diet, Vaccinations, Parasite control, and Neutering. We’re also chatting about the new Vaccination guidelines just annou…
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Where do you go to find out more about health and longevity for your dog? I’m chatting to Pet Industry Nutrition consultant, Caroline Griffiths, who is the founder of the Natural Dog Expo. Discussing why Caroline’s track record of delivering events that helps empower pet owners / guardians to help transfer their human health values to their dogs. A…
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Anna and Mr Binks visit Hackney Barkers, a grooming and wellness experience in Hackney, London. Chatting to the founder Jade Georgiou we talk about qualifications in grooming, how diet affects the skin and coat, along with behaviour. The vibe of the salon is very zen supported by natural products Jade has selected as well as some supplements from T…
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Anna attends the FIDOS (For Incredible Dogs on Screen) at the British Film Institute. Mingling with some of the guests on the red carpet, she chats to Founder, Toby Rose, and a host of VIP pooches and their owners, not least Jean-Christophe Bouvet (aka Pierre Cadeau of Emily in Paris), celebrating the role of dogs in film, which appears to be growi…
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In our Crufts 2024 round up I’m taking a look at the natural healthcare vibes and much more chatting to both familiar voices and new ones, talking to people and companies with a focus on natural health, grooming and wellness. I catch up on the latest from natural balanced and complete food firms including Paleoridge, and why Honeys has launched a b…
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This week we're joined by Annabel Karmel, who has pioneered the way families all over the world feed their babies and children. In 2006, Annabel received an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for her outstanding work in the field of children’s food and has since become recognised as one of the UK’s leading female entrepreneurs. Credited with start…
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Carol Hughes is back for the second a mini-series on the Microbiome. Carol’s journey began being commissioned by the Welsh Government to research plant compounds, in particular natural occurring steroids. Carol explains how this naturally moved into researching animals microbiomes as part of her parent company Phytorigins. It was this research that…
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We’re joined by Carol Hughes talking in the first of mini series on the Microbiome. Carol’s journey began being commissioned by the Welsh Government to research plant compounds in particular natural occurring steroids. Carol explains how this naturally moved into researching animals microbiomes as part of her parent company Phytorigins. We discuss …
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We’re joined by Liz Rutherford and Freddie Rostand talking about their journey to bring organic colostrum to not just pets, but to their owners too! We chat about what colostrum is, and how with minimal processing it offers the most potent and biologically available immune system boost. Studies concur that this ‘first milk’ delivers vital nutrients…
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For Valentine's Day, Anna shows her love of Beagles by highlighting the experimentation on Beagles that continues at MBR Acres in Cambridgeshire in this bonus episode. She catches up with John Curtin aka 'Johnny Beagles', an animal rights activists for the past 40 years, who has been at 'Camp Beagle' outside of MBR Acres for the past two years. Cam…
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This week Anna concludes her two part chat with Esther Logue of Paleo Ridge as part of our brief Nutrition season, talking about the cost of living crisis and why feeding quality food, whilst more expensive, is cheaper in the long run as it cuts out the need for supplements and trips to the vet and why it's inappropriate to feed a dog a vegan or ve…
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Esther Logue of Paleoridge, is back talking about the re-package launch of the Paleo Plus in part one of this 'You Are What You Eat' special to kick off a series of shows devoted to nutrition. The new packaging has been created to convey the plus in Paleo Ridge, and goes live tomorrow! We chat about why Paleo Plus could be described as peace of min…
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Singer, actor and animal rights activist, Collette Cooper, returns to chat to Anna about her efforts to help shut down MBR Acres where beagles are experimented on before being put down, plus other bills before Parliament that will improve the life of dogs in the UK. Sign the petition here You can also support the Can the Kibble campaign here Find o…
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A Dog's Life is all about giving your dog the best, especially when it comes to food. Anna is a dog nutritionist and has been advocating for healthy diets for dogs for years, particularly feeding raw. So as a bonus to A Dog's Life listeners we bring you Episode 1 of a new series called The Dog Nutrition Podcast, brought to you by Honey's Real Dog F…
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Only two weeks into the new year and already a raft of positive news in the dog world. So much so, Anna and producer Mike Hanson round up the latest - from the South Korean ban on dog meat (and some startling discoveries of countries where it is NOT illegal to eat dog meat including the UK), to Parliament finally making Dog Abduction a crime to Ann…
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This week we’re delighted to chat to Photographer, Aurélie Four. Originally from France, Aurélie is a London based wedding and lifestyle photographer for people who love dogs. Her relaxed, candid approach made for great conversation on her extensive knowledge and love of dogs, Welsh corgis especially: letting “dogs be dogs” and their well behaved h…
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We start 2024 chatting to Battersea’s Brydie Williams and Hazel Adams highlighting 140 years of caring for cats. Marking this landmark the aim is to raise awareness of the great cat welfare given, and millions of cats saved, rehabilitated, and re-homed. To celebrate this historic occasion, Battersea will mark it the only way they know how – by givi…
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In the second part of our festive Dog Friendly episodes, Anna and the gang go to the dog friendly screenings at the Picture House Cinema originally aired in July 2023. Anna is joined by Amber Pegden, Marketing Manager at The Picture House Central. Based in Piccadilly in the heart of London’s Theatreland and Soho, it's also home to very special dog …
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In the first of our festive dog-friendly venue episodes we visit M Restaurant in Victoria, London to see how they cater to patrons with pets, originally aired July 6 2022. Anna is joined by Martin Williams, the founder of London’s premier steak houses, M Restaurant and Gaucho. He chats about why he wanted to open his restaurant’s doors to dogs at a…
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We’re joined by Jenny McKay, the Reverend Vet, who has been approached by Australian animal welfare agencies working with the only organisation in the Gaza Strip that rescues stray animals called Sulala Animal Rescue. Jenny is appealing to everybody to think of animals that get caught in the ‘crossfire’ in war. Animals in Gaza need help! The World …
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This week Anna is joined by Designer and Stylist, Ivana Nohel, talking on her love for Jack Russells and traveling abroad with her own named Dash. He follows in the footsteps of Rocky, Ivana’s first Jack Russell. We chat about training dogs and why it's every day and building progressively to achieve your dog’s best. We fondly recount our road trip…
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This week we’re joined by Keef Yap whose initiative YapYap.dog is taking meet up groups to new levels in London. Inspired by her own MaltiPoo called Buttons, Keef wanted to reach out to fellow dog moms after the pandemic to get together in real life. Her idea to set up meet up groups, and build a dedicated community of like minded dog moms. Teaming…
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This week Anna chats to broadcaster Jo Good about the journey of the famous ‘dog slot' on BBC radio that she's co-hosted with Anna for 14 years and now is broadcast across the UK. Recapping on how they met, they talk about the media and dogs and how post pandemic the world of dogs has shifted. Anna and Jo touch on interviews and the messages to get…
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This week Ethologist and Behaviour expert Caroline Alupo is back to discuss why she co-founded the training app called Petli (Petli.App). We chat about the reasons pet parents might feel intimidated to go to dog training classes. Or maybe they simply do not have the time, or could they have underestimated the commitment and time dogs need everyday!…
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In this special bonus episode Anna catches up Paleo Ridge at the London Vet Show, talking about why the company is supporting the Raw Feeding Vet Society RFVS at the event. In response to the demand from customers to learn more about feeding a whole food species appropriate diet, the RFVS were inundated with interest fromVets at the show. Grabbing …
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We’re joined by Nikki Tibbles, CEO of Wild at Heart Foundation (WAH) and the Artist, Sam Toft at the Panter & Hall Gallery on Pall Mall. We chat to Nikki about the truly amazing welfare projects helping dogs in need around the globe. Talking about their work, Nikki explains that 75% of the world’s dog population are strays. Over the years WAH has r…
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As an important midweek announcement, tune into our mid-week bulletin We’re joined by Amber Ellis @theofficialbullycoalition and Felix Robinson @PetTrustUk talking about the urgent fundraising appeal initiated by Sophie Coulthard @dontbanmelicenseme The funds raised so far have allowed for Barrister John Cooper to be appointed and serve Thérèse Cof…
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We’re chatting to Illustrator Kristyna Litten on her latest booked called Around The World in 80 Dogs! As a coffee table book it appeals to ’grown ups and children' alike. It’s a journey through dogdom, highlighting therapy dogs, rare breeds, the history of dogs to all the great jobs dogs do with their supersonic sense of smell. And a section on th…
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We’re joined by Caroline Alupo, a canine behavioural consultant with 18 years experience and a master's degree in Ethology. Specialising in PTSD in dogs, Caroline and I discuss how trauma affects dogs just as it does people. How dogs communicate their stress in different contexts and how to help overcome their fears. We chat about how science concu…
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This week we’re joined by Ira Moss, CEO of All Dogs Matter, London’s independent re-homing charity. We discuss the situation in rescue with XL Bully types, being abandoned since the news of the XL Bully imminent ban. Ira explains that when the breed is banned it will be illegal for rescues to re-home these dogs and they will face euthanasia. One of…
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This week we’re joined by Broadcaster and inspirational personality, Timmy Alexis Carrington-Ward, and his CockaPoo called Bosley. We chat about how dogs have helped Timmy through bouts of depression, and why since childhood Timmy has been passionate about dogs. We talk about the journey that is a lifetime with a dog. Highlighting how it's importan…
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We’re joined by Vet and Environmentalist, Andrew Prentis, who joins us the day after 2023 was declared the hottest day on record. We discuss why pet ownership should become more sustainable. Referencing that a Labrador emits more C02 in its lifetime than an average 4 x 4, and the fact that dogs and cats consume 20% of the world’s meat supply. Highl…
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This week David Vozar joins us to talk about his inspirational Chippy - the little white 'webtoon' pup who has spread joy, kindness, and positivity to billions of people globally for over a decade in the world of GIFs. David is Chippy’s official ’scribbler and draws on his memories of his childhood dog. After many years working in publishing he ret…
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This week we’re joined by Animal Psychologist, Dr Roger Mugford, discussing the recent ban of the American XL Bully. We chat about Dr Roger’s experience in 1991 when the knee jerk Dangerous Dogs Act legislation was introduced. Designed to keep the public safe from dog bites and incidents, evidence is clear that the law has simply not worked. Dog bi…
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This week we're joined once again to friend of the show, Esther Logue, from Paleo Ridge. Anna and Esther talk about how a raw food diet helps your dog with health and behaviour issues and lays to rest some misnomers around raw food. If you love A Dog's Life and would like to help support the show why not become a Patreon backer where you can also h…
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This week we’re joined by Lady Bathurst of Cirencester Park. Lady B is the founder of The National Foundation for Retired Service Animals (NFRSA). Lady B discusses why she launched this charity to help all service dogs and horses in their retirement. Raising funds so that the charity can help with vet bills, and make their golden years really golde…
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This week we’re joined by Niall Harbison talking about his book, Hope, which is about how Thailand’s street dogs taught him the meaning of life! Originally from Tyrone, Niall moved to Thailand after selling his marketing and PR company. He now lives in the countryside, where he spends his days feeding and looking after thousands of street dogs he c…
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