Happy Halloween! We have a spooktakular episode for you all today!
And your scariest questions! Halloween costumes for pets and fat wiener dogs.
And Beyond Sit with some tips for how to help your dog handle all the ghouls' night out. (We know you cats have today all figured out.)
We’re a little bit soccer focused at the start, with this great video out of Georgia (the country)—check it out!
Then we answer your questions on wedding doves, whether dogs have a “most important meal of the day”, and what to look for in a new dog walker.
Plus! A new DIY puzzle for Beyond Sit!
Plus, your questions:
Should I get a dog in a foreign country?
Can I bring my cat to the office?
How do I tell my dad to stop buying clothes for my dog?
All that, and another brain teaser for your dog!
Plus, we give advice for a cabin-fevered dog during a hurricane . . . and just where should your dog go to the bathroom when you aren't allowed outside?
Hey guys, what comes after Monkey see… Monkey do…?
And we answer your questions:
Are pets bad for the environment?
And how good is yogurt for dogs?
Plus, Eve takes us through The Bang Game, and we stop for a little monkey torture.
This week, we're looking back at some of your favorite questions, along with an encore presentation* of our interview with the Senior Keeper at the Carolina Tiger Rescue.
Can I compost my dog's poo?
What do I do about my dog hating it's collar?
Is my cat a sadist?
How can I tell if my dog is panting or smiling?
While you're here, please check out the Carolina Tiger Rescue's Amazon Wish List and get them something fun, like essentials oils for animal enrichment or giant plastic tubs so they can make bloodsicles to help the cats keep cool in the hot summer months.
We'll be back with an all-new episode next week!
*that means a rerun
This week, we talk about training people (surgeons, no less) with dog clickers, the ASPCA rehabbing "unadoptable" dogs, and if humans are causing animals to be more nocturnal. And dingos and their fences, changing the landscapes of Australia.
And we answer your questions:
Is this dog depressed?
How do you handle hot spots?
And we wrap up with some more tips for walking your dog in the dog days of ugh nevermind forget I just wrote that.
This week, we have News for Dogs, and then some . . .
First we talk about a new study on equine sex stereotyping
Then—how human encouragement influences dogs puzzle solving skills
and we briefly talk about Delta's new policy (and a lot about how great pit bulls are).
Plus, your questions:
Can I make my own dog food?
What are the air-lock rules at the dog run?
And can I throw my cat a birthday party?
And like dogs to water, we talk about some swimming and water tips for you and your dog.
Sorry for no real episode this week, but Efrem went to HerosCon instead. Check out these great drawings of Olive Oyl that he had commissioned!
Top row: Matt Kindt, Kyle Starks, Katie Skelly and Michel Fiffe
Bottom row: Chuck Forsman, Christopher Mitten, Keith Giffen, and Evan Dorkin
We'll be back with a new full episode next week! Promise.
This episode, we discuss a squirrel and its new pinecone stash, the lesser long-nosed bat being taken off the endangered species list, a new Guam kingfisher born at the Smithsonian, and do "emotional support" animals even provide any benefits?
And your questions about gentrification and fancy dog food, and the best way to find an adoptable dog when you have a small kid.
Then, Eve tells us how to help our dogs take a bath this summer.
This week, we help out two dogs waylaid by their owners' romantic lives.
Oh, and don't forget to take this quiz to help out some behavioral scientists!
This episode, we're all about it finally being springtime!
We answer your questions about helping your anxious dog cope with thunderstorms, and long road trips with your best friend.
Plus news about some catty dog owners in Tribeca. And spring health tips about fleas, ticks and heartworms.
Oh, and here's the car seat belt tether that we mentioned on this episode.
As a special Anniversary Edition of the show, we're devoting the whole episode to this fascinating Washington Post story about the weird, co-dependent relationship that's sprung up between two unlikely groups—dog breeders and dog rescues. The internet makes for strange kennel-fellows.
We'll be back next week with more of your pet questions!
It's #NationalPetDay and we're back with an all-new episode!
This week, we talk about African greys imitating a pack of dogs, cleaning up after your dogs (and not leaving it for nature), sound-conditioned animal shelters, and a tribute for a local fallen k9 hero.
And your questions!
Are homeless pets a con?
My dog growls at me when I try to take trash out of its mouth!
And how do I get my mutt to make that cute face again?
Then we wrap up by teaching our our pups to give themselves a mani-pedi.
Sorry for the delay, but one's was worth the wait!
We talk about robots spying on fish
How long does it take for a dog to turn a stranger into a friend?
Meanwhile, we're domesticating mice without even breeding em.
All this, plus your questions: What do you do when the vet says "don't worry about it" . . . but you still worry about it? And does overlapping dogs help kids cope?
Finally, we teach our dogs how to wipe their paws before they come inside. How nice of them!
A nice long show to take you through the next massive snow storm, with an all-new batch of questions and stories.
Cloning dogs—science fiction or science MADNESS??
How do I take care of my girlfriend's anxious dog?
Plus, an update on that dog food recall (seriously, don't buy Gravy Train or Kibbles'n'Bits), some new rules at Crufts, DARPA scanning the pelagic depths for enemy intelligence, and foxes and coyotes, man, living in harmony, thanks to our garbage.
All this, with just time enough to squeeze in a new trick: teaching your dog directions.
I an episode chock full of animal news, we end up discussing the logic of the Disney universe, salmonella—a lot—and an auspicious start to the Year of the Dog.
We also answer questions about doggy escape artists, safe leftovers, and argue a bit about chickens.