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⁣ Your Working Dog Radio Hosts sit down with Pat Stuart and Glenn Cooke, in our second episode of our Australian specials! ⁣ ⁣ Pat Stuart (of Operant Canine) spent over a decade in Army Special Forces, and found himself immersed in the dog world. Mentored by Michael and Bart Bellon, Pat is a certified NePoPo instructor, a certified decoy, and the P…
 
Your Working Dog Radio Hosts, Eric @vanessk9 & Ted @ted_summers sit down with Lt. Joe Kenda, a twenty-three-year veteran of the Colorado Springs Police Department. Lt. Kenda spent twenty-one years chasing killers as a homicide detective and commander of the major crimes unit. Kenda and his team solved 356 of his 387 homicide cases, getting a 92 per…
 
Arguing with an avatar is our thoughts around discussions that occur over social media. We find that many times arguments break out, we create an image or avatar of the person. This can be a genuine issue as they may have so many more layers to them that we are unaware of. So the identity of the person may be lost to the bias around the social medi…
 
Your Working Dog Radio Hosts sit down with Ben Richards in the third episode of our Australian specials! ⁣ ⁣ Ben Richards is former Australian military, and former patrol dog handler (tune in to see what his dominant strength is: dog handling or firearms skills!) Richards also set up the TAC dog programme with the Northern Unit of the SWAT Special …
 
J Humps and the right paw is the story of Jen Humphrey, aka Jen Banks. We both met Jen at the IACP conference in Florida. Jen has recently had a baby and was eager to share her experience of having a dog school, then becoming a new mother. She also did a re-brand which is where the right paw originated from. If you want to know what on earth the J …
 
Working Dog Radio is a podcast show run by Ted Stickels and Eric Stanbro. The ethos of their program is around working dogs in all applications. Most guests on working dog radio are either Police or Military and they share their experiences and stories. We haven’t had a chance to have a group catch up as yet so it was fortunate that the planets ali…
 
with Eric @vanessk9 & Ted @Ted_summers ⁣ You guys are always asking for Ted and Eric to answer your questions, to bust myths, to hear infamous rants, and we are happy to oblige!In this episode, your favorite hosts debunk several K9 myths that have been propagated throughout the years; things that are made up and passed from trainer to trainer, hand…
 
Ivan Balabanov is one of the most recognised master coaches in the sporting dog world. Ivan has a career spanning 40 years in the dog training industry and has amassed multiple titles. He has achieved 2 world champion positions through IGP, he’s a celebrated FCI judge and author. In fact you would have to be living in a vacuum if your are in the do…
 
⁣Your Working Dog Radio Hosts sit down with Brad Griggs, owner of Canine Services International in Melbourne, Australia, and host of The STIM Podcast! This episode kicks off the first episode of our Australian specials! Brad has a beard to rival that of Ted’s, and almost 2 decades’ experience training dogs. We chat about the differences in legislat…
 
Purpose breeding puppies is usually on the minds of owners, trainers, breeders. We wouldn’t say that’s always the case as there are so many people who did it without reason. Puppies and puppy breeding have come under a lot of scrutiny in the last 10 years. Namely as there are so many puppies that never makes it to adulthood. However, puppies do pla…
 
Poking Larry Krohn’s bear isn’t easy to do as Larry is a really great guy. However, like most of us, we have a straw that breaks our back under load and this industry can sometimes do that. Given that Larry has amassed such a large following of people all over the world, he also get some haters. Most of them are just sad, lonely people, some are pe…
 
“Can’t bite ‘em if you can’t find ‘em” This episode is truly mind blowing 🤯 with the Hide and Seek Expert, Mic Bonin; proving that K9 guys really are the Swiss Army knives of LEO 😎🐕! Mic started tracking at the ripe young age of 12 in southeast Texas, joined the Army in 1996, then Tulsa County Sheriff Office in 2005. He was a member of SWAT, and wa…
 
Reasons for sharing knowledge is that we all have a responsibility to pay it forward. This allows others to use it and even find ways to make it better. Knowledge is a gift given to all of us. We owe it to ourselves to ensure that we help to raise the ceiling of overall knowledge. This in turn ensures we leave this world in a better way than what w…
 
Hailing from northern Illinois, and the maker of the hottest hot sauce, we introduce Rik Wolterbeek! (We kid, he’s not really from the States, in case his accent gave it away! ) The man is as legendary as it gets, working with dogs for 45 years, a member of KNVP, instructing countless K9 teams through certification, working as a decoy – Rik knows h…
 
HNY and FU 2020. Hopefully this brand new, untouched, untarnished year will provide some much needed relief. 2020 really pinned us all to the yoke of unfortunate circumstances. Yet while some cried, some triumphed. We do hope that the worst of 2020 is behind us. Even though 2021 doesn’t magically make it disappear, it does provide hope. We hope tha…
 
Rite of passage is a ceremony or ritual of the passage which occurs when an individual leaves one group to enter another. It involves a significant change of status in society. In this show, we discuss a little in detail about the rite of passage dog in the working dog world. For anyone who doesn’t know what that means, it’s the hardest most powerf…
 
⁣Your hosts, Ted and Eric, talked with Pete Copilillo from Working Dogs For Conservation. As the world’s leading conservation detection dog organization, their mission (which is multi-tiered in Africa, as well as in the US ) of using the dogs’ incredible sense of smell to help protect ecosystems and to help scientists gather information on endanger…
 
Restructuring your business for health is a topic our friend, Melanie Benware came to us as a conversation piece. Naturally we both liked it as it’s something we try to encourage anyone to do who’s in an impossible situation. Melanie speaks of the necessity of restructuring and how she had to do it for her health. Sometimes when people consider res…
 
Cheese, dancing dogs & Chi balls is this weeks discussion points based on some interests that developed from past weeks.Pat saw a Netflix documentary with a lady from Russia who does amazing routines in dancing dogs. It now has him on a path to learn the nuances of people who are high end in this field.The show was supposed to focus on listener que…
 
Your hosts Eric @vanessk9 and Ted @ted_summers chatted with the current Executive Director of the USPCA, Don Slavik. Slavik worked for the St. Paul K9 department in the 80’s and 90’s as a handler and trainer, and they discussed what it’s like working a Rottweiler K9. Slavik was a trainer, instructor, and course developer for ATF. He developed and w…
 
Birdy's new flight path is a discussion and kind of an unveiling around Birdy's new business plan.As many listeners are aware, Birdy is a regular on our show and has been a great source of emotional support and knowledge.We have often stated that this industry needs someone to help us through the emotional hurdles. It just so happens that Birdy has…
 
Your hosts chatted with Sr Agent Anthony Moore, of the Special Operations Division of the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics (OBN) , stationed in Oklahoma City, and working as a member of the K9 Highway Interdiction team . Moore handles one of these incredible K9’s, and as a certified trainer and instructor , he chats about the incredible importance of l…
 
Grisha Stewart became very well known to the canine community after she authored her book BAT. The acronym of the book is Behavior Adjustment Training, which is mainly directed at dogs with aggression issues. As well as being an author and trainer, we got to find out a bunch of things Grisha used to do.The great part of the podcast interviews is no…
 
⁣You asked ‘em, we answered ‘em! ⁣ This Q&A episode is a first for Working Dog Radio BECAUSE it’s the first podcast we’ve recorded with video , WHICH MEANS, each new podcast will also be recorded with video Be sure to check it out and watch Ted and Eric answer YOUR listener-submitted questions 🤘⁣ You can check out the video on YouTube Working Dog R…
 
Misia Bielicki's introspection is a detailed account of our friend Misia who we first met at an IACP conference in Florida.She's a fun lady with a great sense of humour and a wonderful outlook on life in general.In this episode, Misia reflects on a conversation her and Glenn had whilst having some brews one night. Not that either of them knew it at…
 
Aimee Sadler is an amazing lady we had the pleasure of first seeing at an IACP conference in Florida. We later got to have a chat with Aimee in Colorado the following year and have been planning to have her on for a while now.If you haven't heard of Dogs Playing for Life, you really need to check out this initiative. Aimee and her team have done am…
 
Episode 114: Jean-Claude Leblanc grew up in the army in the 2/75 Ranger Battalion, and made it to the highest levels of Army Special Operations (trust us when we say the man is a true badass ). Leblanc handled 4 dogs in the GWOT, and walks us through each dog, his likes and dislikes, and shared stories describing some amazing things he saw his dogs…
 
Tyler Muto meditations is a catch up on someone who has does a lot for the industry. Not just that, Tyler is a mate to us and many people around the world.It was alarming to hear that Tyler had slipped into a depression over the last couple of years. He was kind enough and trusting enough to share that information with us and speak about how he com…
 
McDonald and Beplay talk about their deployments as US Army Rangers, various stories, and lessons learned during the Global War on Terror. Beplay recounts the first time he saw a MPC work on target. McDonald recounts several stories about MWD Benno, who McDonald lost on his 27th birthday on a mission in Afghanistan, and MWD Lakya, who, on her first…
 
Brent Dry's lock down experience was an eye opener for us in Australia who didn't realise what was happening in Victoria. Brent who is usually an upbeat, happy social community leader lost his mojo.The good news, he got it back, however it was a eye opener on what lock down did to him and so many others.Victoria, the south eastern state in Australi…
 
The dangers of obsession can expand into every corner in our lives. Obsession can be controllable, however it can also get very far out of control.The activity of dog training can be one of those fields with strong pulls of obsessive behaviours. The trick is to know when to say when and try and find healthy life balance.No one said it would be easy…
 
Can’t teach an old dog a new trick? Think again! The boys sat down with Sgt. Dick Staal, master-trainer/instructor with the Netherlands’ National Police Agency’s K9-unit (K.L.P.D.). Staal has been training dogs since the 1970’s, and has had his own pin point system since then, including methods for teaching search techniques for evidence/lost objec…
 
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