Episode 2

Choosing a New Puppy or Dog

by | Jul 24, 2019

In our second installment of the Dog Psychology 101 Podcast, Angie and Josh discuss everything you should keep in mind when choosing a new dog or puppy, as well as common signs to pay attention to in order to pick the perfect new addition to your family. You will learn how to make the right decision in the beginning to avoid any potential headaches in the future.

Hosts & Guests

Angie Woods

Josh Woods

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Show Notes

Influencers and Recommendations:

Closer Look at Puppy Mills: https://www.aspca.org/barred-from-love/puppy-mills-101

Spot & Avoid Puppy Mills When Adopting: https://www.diamondpet.com/blog/adoption/10-ways-avoid-puppy-mills/

Our Links:

· Rehabilitation Center: U.S. Canine

· Non-profit Organization: Dog Corps

· Dog Personality Quiz: Dogenality

· YouTube Channel: Dog Psychology 101

Dog Psychology 101: www.dogpsychology.com

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