Dogs in Our World
Summary: Host Adam Winston explores topics such as history, science, and philosophy in his quest to know more about the domestic dog. Each episode includes a teacher, author, or expert who shares their discoveries about the dogs in our world. Join the audience at dogsinourworld.com.
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William Secord is the authority on dog paintings from the past and present. He is the author of many books on the subjects of dogs and art. The William Secord Gallery, in New York City, is a treasure trove of the world's finest historical depictions of dogs. In this episode, Adam Winston learns how art history can teach us more about the dogs in our world. Join the audience at dogsinourworld.com. Leave us a rating and review on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud or Stitcher. *Music donated by Dave Elkins and Travis Adams Research Links at notecastr.com/dogsinourworld/287/
In this special edition of Dogs in Our World, Adam Winston takes you to the Vashon Sheepdog Classic. The 4-day competition and festival is a breathtaking display of the dog-human connection. Meet the people who continue to teach Adam about the dogs in our world. Join the audience at dogsinourworld.com. Leave a rating and review in iTunes so other people can find the show. Support the show by visiting the donation page at dogsinourworld.com. *Music donated by Dave Elkins. Research Links at notecastr.com/dogsinourworld/279/
Temple Grandin is one of Adam's biggest heroes and favorite humans. This nearly unedited interview was recorded in a cabin on Vashon Island off the coast of Seattle. In this special episode of Dogs in Our World, Dr. Grandin teaches Adam more about dogs and people. She also helps him better understand the Autism Spectrum and offers advice to those of us who have a family member with an autism label. Listen to this episode and learn from one of the biggest names in the world of animal science and autism awareness. Dr. Grandin has a lot to share about how both animals and humans think. Special thanks to Travis Adams, Margaret Schermer, Penny Pickering Bolton, and Julie Forbes. Research Links at notecastr.com/dogsinourworld/249/ Music Donated by Dave Elkins
Julie Forbes teaches Adam how dogs can help us be better leaders. Julie is a dog trainer, radio host, podcaster, and soon-to-be published author. Listen to the two talk about why leadership is necessary. Julie also shares with Adam the importance of motivation, self-awareness, and being present. Listen to this episode of Dogs in Our World and discover your personal power. *Music Donated by Dave Elkins Research Links at www.notecastr.com/dogsinourworld/247/
Adam P. Karp teaches Adam Winston about dogs and the law. Mr. Karp is one of the leading animal law attorneys in the country. He also authored the comprehensive book Understanding Animal Law. Join your host, Adam Winston, as he continues to ask the bigger questions about the dogs in our world. Leave us a rating and comment in iTunes or whichever podcast service you use. You can also learn more and make a donation at dogsinourworld.com. *Music Donated by Dave Elkins Research Links at www.notecastr.com/dogsinourworld/224/
Dr. Steven Hales is a professor and author of the book What Philosophy Can Tell You About Your Dog. In the third episode of Dogs in Our World, Dr. Hales teaches Adam about dogs and philosophy. Join the audience at dogsinourworld.com. Help new listeners find the show by leaving a comment in iTunes or in the comment section of this episode at dogsinourworld.com. * Music donated by Dave Elkins. Research Links at www.notecastr.com/dogsinourworld/223/
Adam talks with author Mark Derr about the history of dogs in North America. This episode explores the gritty beginning of dogs in the United States. Can we learn about ourselves by examining the history of dogs? Signup for the DIOW Newsletter at dogsinourworld.com. *Music donated by Dave Elkins. Research Links at www.notecastr.com/dogsinourworld/222/
In the debut episode of Dogs in Our World, Adam Winston travels to Wolf Haven International in Tenino, WA to learn more about Dogs and Wolves. This episode examines the history of wolves in North America, popular theories regarding the domestication of dogs, and how we should view dogs when looking to wolves. Are we part of the pack, or something more? Listen to this episode and tell us what you think by visiting dogsinourworld.com. *Music donated by Dave Elkins. Research Links at www.notecastr.com/dogsinourworld/221/
Adam Winston recorded a group of wolves, wolfdogs, and possibly coyotes howling during his visit to Wolf Haven International. Listen to this clip of Adam's first wolf howl session. The debut episode of Dogs in Our World released in January 2017. Find out about new episodes by signing up for the DIOW Newsletter or joining us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and SoundCloud.
This 60-second promo will introduce you to Dogs in Our World. Host Adam Winston takes you on a journey to discover more about ourselves by looking to domestic dogs. Join the audience at dogsinourworld.com.