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A daily roundup of business news and press releases from Vermont's Business community. For more Vermont Business News and Press Releases throughout the day, turn to www.vermontbiz.com. This program is produced for Vermont Business Magazine by Shadow Productions www.shadowprod.com. Original music by Shadow Productions. #BTV #Business #VBM
 
Becca Hammond asks the question, “What’s new 802?” in Vermont Talks (formerly Burlington Talks) – a podcast for the people of Vermont. Vermont residents get a chance to speak out on Vermont Talks. Subscribe for interviews from local business owners, artists, musicians, bands, writers, comedians, event planners and other interesting Vermonters. Check in for the 'Out and About' episodes, recorded on-site at different locations in and around the city of Burlington. Exploring the Green Mountain ...
 
Welcome to the Vermont Dog Trainer Show with Ian Grant. On this podcast you will find a mix of question and answer, our Complicated Canines Show, and other events that we have going on. After 10+ years in the business I want to share what I have learned as I continue to educate myself. The more I learn, the more I teach.
 
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Using food during training can be both beneficial and detrimental. State of mind is more important than physical body position but we need them to work together before we start using food. Takeaways: 1. Look for softer body language 2. Don't move too quickly 3. Stick to a pattern to build a foundation and then start using food Courtesy 93.9 WLVB…
 
Feeding your dog twice a day is a training session and it should be treated as one. In this episode I'm going to give you the proper feeding routine for your dog. Takeaway 1. No free feeding 2. How to control the situation 3. Tether your dog if you need to Music: “Bad Dog” written by John Fusco and featured on his acclaimed double album “John the R…
 
Gov. Phil Scott announced last week that travelers who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 do not have to quarantine when visiting or returning to Vermont. This hour, we get the details on new state guidance and the vaccine rollout, and we answer your COVID-19-related inquiries.저자 lbrown@vpr.org (lbrown)
 
Public, educational and government access, or PEG access television, has for decades served community-produced cable programming to the Vermont public: graduation ceremonies. town meetings, the governor's twice-weekly COVID-19 press briefings. However, shifts in consumer behavior — away from cable in favor of internet streaming — have brought PEG a…
 
In our 400th episode, owner of DogFit Dallas Art Ortiz shares his philosophy on getting your dog ready for a walk. Unfortunately there are too many dog owners that dread taking their dogs for a walk. If you follow Art's 3 steps, you will be well on your way to walking with confidence. Takeaways: 1. How do I feel & what am I trying to accomplish? 2.…
 
Currently we have a COVID generation of dogs and this is a lot like Christmas time when dogs are adopted over the holidays. We have 4 BIG issues right now with these dogs. 1. Reality is hitting now that they are interacting with new people. 2. You may have time for the dog now, but will you be ready when you go back to work? 3. Covid dogs are pent …
 
Gov. Phil Scott wants lawmakers to invest more than $200 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds in a number of one-time projects -- not ongoing programs. This hour, we talk with Republican and Progressive leaders at the Statehouse about their priorities for the session, including the use of this money.…
 
Many of us miss seeing a movie in theaters, feeling the rhythm of a live concert inside your body, or gathering with friends to have a laugh at a comedy club. This hour, we hear from arts organizations and performers about how they've been dealing with the pandemic. From taking a hiatus to going virtual, we talk about what's working and what's not,…
 
If you want to start teaching "Basic Recall" to your dog, this is the episode for you. I have simplified this process down to 3 simple steps. 1. Command 2. Acknowledgement 3. Reward And there are 3 different ways you can practice this technique. 1. Sticky Dog 2. Puppy Ping Pong 3. Walking Recall Grab a pen and paper because I'm going to give you th…
 
Vermont is expanding COVID-19 vaccination to residents 70 to 74 years of age. As of 8:15 a.m. Tuesday, residents in this age group can schedule appointments online or by calling the state’s vaccine call center. We get the latest on these vaccination efforts, plus case trends, new CDC guidance for schools and other COVID-19 news.…
 
About half of Vermont's schools contract with local law enforcement officers to provide security services. Some people think these resource officers are necessary to keep schools safe, but others say these resource officers have a negative effect, particularly on students of color. This hour, we talk about a bill that would prohibit schools from hi…
 
Mark has helped teach Police K9 officers how to handle and train their partners to certification levels and also turned suppressed K9 units into respected divisions of their departments. Mark has gained the respect of many veteran K9 trainers and handlers throughout the country. Takeaways: 1. Don't change the dog 2. Give mental stimulation 3. Nothi…
 
I had a scary incident with Jemma last fall which required her to be at the Vet's office without me there. When she wasn't feeling well she actually walked into an open crate to feel safe. I couldn't have been more proud of her! Takeaway 1. Crate is a safe place 2. Crate is a cheap babysitter 3. It's a learned behavior…
 
Dr. Trey Dobson and guest Megan Herrington, MPH, of the Vermont Department of Health discuss the COVID-19 testing, the vaccine rollout, and why we have so much to gain and nothing to lose by getting the vaccinated. They discuss why these actions are our best hope to reduce severe sickness and deaths, to be able to travel again, and to gather with f…
 
Two weeks ago, the Vermont Department of Labor sent out thousands of 1099 tax forms to unemployment insurance recipients, but some of those forms listed the private information of the wrong person. This hour, we talk with the labor commissioner to find out how the state is working to fix the problem and get Vermonters their correct tax forms.…
 
There are dogs that carry stress especially in the environment that is unstructured to them. It's important for us to remove as much stress as we can. In this episode I talk about the 4 steps to remove stress from your dog: 1. Structured Feeding 2. Calm Mindset before the walk 3. Structured Walk 4. Structured Play Bonus: Crate Time “Bad Dog” writte…
 
In February’s Vermont Business Magazine we invite youto curl up with a good book – perhaps one of 31 writtenby Newfane native, Archer Mayor featuring fictionalBrattleboro detective Joe Gunther. In this profile, Mayoradvises that creative writing is often all business.We also spotlight diverse Vermont entrepreneurs: SouthBurlington and Williston’s B…
 
Youth league and school-based sports teams are going to be allowed to start competing later this week. And the Vermont Department of Health says it expects to open vaccine eligibility to Vermonters age 70 and above by the end of this month.저자 lbrown@vpr.org (lbrown)
 
The common mistake for dog owners is to get a crate that is WAY too big for their dogs. We have to remember that dogs are "den-dwellers" which means they like their small spaces. Matt and I discuss how you can determine what the best sized crate is for your dog. Podcast Music: “Bad Dog” written by John Fusco and featured on his acclaimed double alb…
 
I come across this behavior of excessive licking quite a bit. It can be a sign of many things however we need to know what's going on in the dog's life before we can address it. Music: "Bad Dog" written by John Fusco and featured on his acclaimed double album "John the Revelator"저자 Ian Grant
 
Governor Phil Scott has proposed a small increase in state spending. But he also has plans to invest more than $200 million in one-time federal stimulus money. This hour, we look at the Democrats' budget priorities with House Speaker Jill Krowinski and Senate President Pro Tem Becca Balint.저자 lbrown@vpr.org (lbrown)
 
Dana and I first met at a work here in Vermont a couple of years ago and the other night I was trying to kill some time so I asked her to join me on Facebook. We spoke a lot about COVID dogs and what we as trainers are seeing as trends with behaviors. We got into a good conversation about how working with our clients can put us into tough situation…
 
Parenting is not an easy job to begin with. But throw a pandemic into the mix and it can feel a lot harder. This hour, we discuss what it's been like to be a parent over the last year. We hear from a clinical expert and parents around the state with varied experiences and family situations.저자 eaiken@vpr.org (eaiken)
 
The spread of new COVID-19 variants has brought new questions for state and federal health officials, especially when it comes to mask-wearing. Like, does a single mask really provide enough protection? Or is it better to double up? In our weekly health update, we put these and other questions to the Vermont Department of Health, and we get the lat…
 
For years, people have been sounding the alarm about Vermont's unfunded pension liabilities. Now State Treasurer Beth Pearce is recommending a reduction in pension benefits for teachers and state employees. She says this is necessary to keep the state's pension fund solvent. This hour, Pearce explains her recommendations and we hear from the state …
 
I'm not gonna lie, I came down hard in this video which was from a live feed on my Vermont Dog Trainer Facebook page. It was a follow up to another live video where I asked what everyone's #1 struggle with their dog was. We have to be realistic of our expectations, otherwise we are setting up our dogs (and us) to fail.…
 
I run into a lot of clients that can't say the word "walk" in front of their dog because of the reaction they get. However this is something you can easily fix. Start by just saying the word "walk" in a normal voice and don't do anything or even acknowledge your dog. Wait for him/her to calm down from it and say it again. Wait for him/her to calm d…
 
Boredom and Learning are on 2 opposite ends of the spectrum in my opinion. On one end you have boredom which can lead to many bad behaviors with your dog. On the other end you have learning which can lead to knowledge, exposure, and a stronger bond with your dog. And in the middle of this spectrum is a grounded and content dog. One that is being fu…
 
Anne Sosin studies epidemiological data at the Dartmouth Center for Health Equity. Over the course of the pandemic, she has looked at how state policies and social identities influence how people are affected. This hour, Sosin helps us understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Vermont's most marginalized community members, such as BIPOC Ver…
 
It was announced late Tuesday that Gov. Phil Scott and several members of his administration were potentially exposed to someone who tested positive for the coronavirus at the twice weekly COVID-19 press briefing. As of Wednesday, Scott tested negative, but will be tested again early next week. This segment, we check in with a member of the press c…
 
Gov. Phil Scott has signed the first bill of the session into law; it gives towns a lot of flexibility for Town Meeting Day due to health concerns surrounding the pandemic. Towns now have several options available, with one goal being to boost voter participation in these important local decisions. This segment, we speak with Vermont's Secretary of…
 
Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy has reassumed his role as president pro tempore of the U.S. Senate. Both he and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders have also assumed key Senate chair positions: Leahy as chair of the Appropriations Committee, Sanders as chair of the Budget Committee. This hour, we check in with Senator Leahy on his new leadership posts, an…
 
That behavior you dislike, it's temporary. That pulling on the leash, it's temporary. Does your dog get you up in the morning? That's temporary. I know I sound crazy (and sometimes I am), but once you understand how this works you can help your dog through tough situations. Your patience will increase and you will be able to see the light at the en…
 
Vermont has surpassed 10,000 official cases of COVID-19 -- the last state in the nation to reach this milestone. So far, more than 34,000 Vermonters have received the COVID-19 vaccine in Vermont, with the next phase of rollout -- for those 75 and older -- scheduled to begin next week. In our weekly update, we check in with state health officials an…
 
On this episode Matt and I discussed aggression in puppies and how we handle dogs coming in for daycare. Liz Foley from the Dog Haus in Cananda joined us. She spoke about her virtual training, the biggest problems dog owners have today, crating, and handling dogs arriving at daycare. Liz is a good friend of the show and she always gives us great in…
 
Depending on who you are, dog parks can either have a negative or positive association. I don't believe whoever created the dog park had bad intentions, it just sometimes turns into a negative place to be. There are a few different ways a dog park can help your dog from it being a training environment on the outside to having off leash time on the …
 
George Cockrell finally joined and we talked about fear aggression which is a term that can be misleading. With over 40 years experience training dogs he's someone I always lean on when I have questions. George is never afraid to tell it how it is and he is a wealth of knowledge. I have interviewed George a couple of times on this podcast and you w…
 
In our most anticipated issue of the year, January’sVermont Business Magazine brings you Vermont’s top122 companies ranked by sales revenue. Before anyonehad heard of the Internet or email and long beforeFacebook, iPhones or Google, Vermont BusinessMagazine premiered it’s first Vermont 100. And this year’sedition is packed with charts showing Vermo…
 
A number of years ago I would tell my clients that having a calm dog was ideal and that is the goal. But what I didn't realize then is the process of how we want to quiet the dog's mind down first in order to get to calmness. There is a big difference between a quiet mind and a calm mind. Think of a 5 year old in school, you can tell them to be qui…
 
We get numerous questions about how we can help a dog that has a fear of loud noises. Between thunderstorms, July 4th, and snow falling off the roof, there are a lot of loud noises that can affect our dogs. We also discussed how to handle your dog licking and how to help our dog through reactive situations. These were excellent questions from our F…
 
Freedom is so powerful to dogs, it can lead to a wonderful feeling being able to go on hikes or walks in the woods. It can also lead to undesirable behaviors and unwanted decision making. Where do you and your dog fit in this spectrum?? Feel free to join in on this conversation on the Vermont Dog Trainer Facebook page. Courtesy 93.9 WLVB…
 
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