Join trailblazers Mary Oquendo and Chris Bear Anthony as they discuss everything mobile and house call pet grooming.
Women are a driving force in the ever growing pet industry. Mary talks to the leaders, influencers, and up and comers and how they shape the landscape of the pet industry.
Rank #1: Barbara Bird.
What can I say. BARBARA BIRD!!!!! Barbara serves the groomers and the clients they serve through education. Barbara has tirelessly worked on our behalf in spite of backlash. She’s a pip and I love her dearly. Follow her podcast at http://www.thegroompod.com and https://www.facebook.com/groups/thegroompod/.
Rank #2: Mary Oquendo.
Tables got turned and Mary got interviewed!
This is the podcast where dog grooming and dog training meet! Learn how to teach dogs to be great for grooming and other types of handling for health and comfort. Perfect for groomers, trainers, owners, and other pet professionals.
Rank #1: Episode 33 Face Handling Skills.
In the first part we're going to talk about the variety of ways that dogs heads get handled for grooming. In the second part we go over ways to teach dogs to be good for handling their head.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Rank #2: Episode 45 Learned Responses and Physical Responses.
In the first part we'll talk about some ways to tell if a dog has learned to be afraid. In tge second part we'll talk about physical responses to fear.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Groomer Humor is based around Rudy and Anthony’s personal experiences with dogs and cats as both pet owners and professional groomers. Taking the stage at night has allowed their comedic personalities to shine while covering all things grooming, giving a light hearted and funny approach on how to better maintain and groom your own pets, offer professional tips, and aid in your pets health. They also focus on latest products and techniques, do’s and don’ts, and of course establishing a good relationship not only between pet owner and groomer, but also pet owner and pet. If you’re looking to learn some very interesting things about pets, and catch some laughs, Groomer Humor is the show for you. Groomer Humor believes there could be a groomer in everyone… so whether you are looking for some very helpful information, or just looking to be entertained, you will find it here!
Rank #1: Groomer Humor - Episode 27 Another Year, Another Grooming.
discuss the importance of introducing your dog to the grooming process at home. There are many different ways to accomplish this. If successful, both you and your dog can benefit greatly going forward. Don't miss all of these great pointers and more in this first episode of the New Year! More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Another Year, Another Grooming on Pet Life Radio.
Rank #2: Groomer Humor - Episode 21 Thank You.
We wanted to take this episode to give a very special thanks to all of our listeners. You have all been so supportive and helpful that we decided to read off some of the nice things you have said to us, and even answer a few questions directly from you. We love you all, thank you for helping Groomer Humor grow into what it is now. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Thank You on Pet Life Radio.
Answering questions asked by our listeners, this podcast focuses on subject matter experts and their proven methods to solving some of the most common challenges in the pet industry and sharing how to take full advantage of the possibilities and opportunities in this incredible business!Host Joe Zucarello is VP of Paragon Pet School, leaders in grooming education on campus and online. He possesses more than three decades of experience in the pet grooming, product development and pet business consulting disciplines.
Rank #1: Best Foot Forward - Branding and Marketing with Monica Cevallos.
Is your "brand" as memorable as your best groom? Groomers strive to create beautiful results, but often forget to give the same loving attention to their business branding. In this episode, Joe Zuccarello connects with Monica Cevallos, a pet business design and branding expert, to discuss ways to up your marketing game and enhance your brand.
Rank #2: "On the Road" with Mobile Grooming - John Stockman.
In this episode, Joe Zuccarello is joined by John Stockman from Wagn’ Tails to discuss mobile grooming. With more than 3,300 mobile units and two decades on the road Wagn’ Tails makes “mobile” grooming “friendly.” John will answer some of the most pressing questions in mobile grooming:• How can I make more money grooming fewer pets?• How would I avoid spending most of my day in transit?• What is an appointment cluster and how do you make more money using them?• Is it possible to operate on a 75% gross profit margin?• What are the benefits of mobile grooming for pet parents and pets themselves?Special Offer: Valid through Dec. 31, 2019“Hey Joe!” listeners who buy a Wagn’ Tail van, bus or trailer receive a free Christensen Kool Dry dryer installed, valued at $486. (http://bit.ly/2LwWexm) Just mention the Secret Code “Lucky Leo.”
Finally, a true grooming podcast for the grooming industry! In-depth interviews with the pet industry's finest groomers, handlers, trainers, and more! Subscribe today to listen to award-winning groomers and up-and-coming groomers and stylists, everyday shop stories, and entertaining tips and tricks to help you become better than you were yesterday. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-alvarez/support
Rank #1: Episode 5 - Brian Cuoco - Winner of the 2019 Up-And-Coming Groomer of the Year Award.
Imagine that you are a teenager who is on your way to the Junior Pro Handling Championship in Westminster. You love dogs, but something is telling you there is more to this industry. You begin to practice through the owner of the same dog you are showing. A few years later, after deciding this is an industry you want to dive in since the financial world isn't doing it for you, you choose to try your hand at competitive grooming and in the same year, you figure you want to go after your Master's Grooming Certificate. Oh, and let's top it off with winning the up-and-coming groomer of the year award for 2019 - yes, ALL in the same year. This is the life of our next guest, the humble and talented Brian Cuoco. So if this all happened in one year, what is stopping YOU from giving it a shot? We would like to thank our sponsor, Loyalty Pet Products. Use code UNLEASHED at checkout to save 10% on your next order at www.loyaltypetproducts.com today! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-alvarez/support
Rank #2: Laura Jayne - Part 2 of 2 : Mobile Grooming, Burning Man, and Challenging Yourself.
Thank you to our guest, Laura Jayne. Laura can be found on Instagram @hairofthedogpetspa as well as Facebook. Also, thank you to our sponsor, Loyalty Pet Products. Use code UNLEASHED to save 10% on your total order at www.loyaltypetproducts.com In part 2 of this conversation, Laura explains how stepping out and challenging yourself is only beneficial and explains how Burning Man has affected her mode of thought processing. Part 1 was released on 10/07/2019 Please subscibe to our podcast and follow us on Instagram at @groomingunleashedpodcast - Thank you for your support!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ryan-alvarez/support
So, you drop your pet off at the local grooming shop, and two hours later- PRESTO!! It looks and smells like a new animal. Magic, right?? Wrong, it’s not magic, folks! Ali McLennan is here to demystify the pet grooming experience for you!! Ali is a professional pet groomer in NYC's Upper East Side. She is the grooming expert for Animal Planet's "Underdog to Wonderdog," "Cats 101," Purina Cat Chow, and morning shows across the country. She is passionate about the joy our pets can bring, and will stop at nothing til all your questions are answered! Whether you need advice on a dog, cat, ferret, hamster or iguana, Ali will help. An educated pet owner is the greatest asset to a professional groomer. Ali will give you at home grooming tips, share experiences from other professional groomers, and take you with her into NYC’s shelters, so you can experience first hand, the difference a little grooming can have on an animal’s well being and your relationship with them!! Tune in for heartwarming stories, the funny day to day antics of an NYC grooming shop, and essential tips and product recommendations that every pet owner should have, on "Groom for Improvement!!"
Rank #1: PetLifeRadio.com - Groom For Improvement Episode 4 It’s a Cruel Cruel Summer!!.
The dog days of summer are definitely here! Ali is going to help you summer-ize your pet as it pertains to her grooming table. Shave down or not?? Do they make sunscreen for cats?? How do I get sand out of my Golden Retriever's coat?? Is that a flea??? There's a lot to talk about, so grab an iced tea, keep cool and we'll dive right in!!! Questions or Comments? Send them to: email@example.com More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - It’s a Cruel Cruel Summer on Pet Life Radio
Rank #2: PetLifeRadio.com - Groom For Improvement Episode 3 Handle Me With Care.
Wouldn't you LOVE to be able to groom your own pet at home?? The main reason pet owners take stressful car trips, leave work early and pay for the "in-between-groom-basics," like nail clips and quicky baths, is because handling your pet is so *^$#%&*^% hard!!!!! Ali understands!! Your Pet Life Radio grooming guru is gonna share handling tips from the grooming table!! First she'll cover dogs, but cat owners...get ready, the second half of this episode is just for you!!! Trust me, you CAN handle the truth. Questions or Comments? Send them to: firstname.lastname@example.org More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Handle Me With Care on Pet Life Radio
Barbara Bird and Susy the Groomer chat about grooming.
Rank #1: GroomPod 151.
Laura Hearn House call groomer, Amonium lauryl sulfate amonium laureth sulfate, bathing systems
Rank #2: GroomPod 195.
job interviews, igroom magic detangler, tips to save our hands
Welcome and thank you for choosing to spend your grooming hour with Sh*t on the Table. We are a Podcast for Dog Groomers by Dog Groomers. We are an opinion based podcast who talk about our day to day events or just shoot the sh*t about grooming topics. Please enjoy.
Rank #1: Tequila, Piercings and Karaoke - A SuperZoo Special .
Enjoy our take on SuperZoo the Las Vegas Grooming Convention.
Rank #2: Shit Introduced.
Welcome to the first episode of Shit on the Table. This is an introduction to who we are and what this podcast is about. Enjoy.
A weekly podcast for pet parents, and animal lovers. The conversation begins when each episode ends.
Rank #1: Episode 255 "FIRST VISIT FROM DR. COGER OF 2019".
This week our great friend Dr. Coger returns and we're going to discuss her recent articles on http://healthydogworkshop.com/articles/
Rank #2: Episode 254 "OUR YEARLY RETRO EPISODE".
This is our annual retro episode with our returning cast. Sarah only makes one appearance per year and this is the one. We will return to the ORIGINAL format. We hope you enjoy this very special episode because I honestly enjoyed making it.
Meet cool, creative women entrepreneurs in the pet industry. Tori Mistick, the dog mom behind award winning blog Wear Wag Repeat, is talking to dog moms across North America who are inspired by the joy, fun and pure love that their dogs bring to their lives. These women have named their companies after their pups, created products to help them, and even raised money to help other pets in need. If working alongside your dog is your dream, then you will love this podcast!
Rank #1: Milla Chappell of Real Happy Dogs Finds Plenty of Dog Love in New York City.
Milla Chappell of Real Happy Dogs is a documentary dog photographer based in the East Village who specializes in "Day in the Life" sessions of dogs and the people who love them. As a personal project, Milla works with local rescue groups to photograph and share success stories of rescued dogs in order to raise awareness about the importance of adopting senior, handicapped, and abused animals. Learn her top tips on capturing great photos of your dog, her favorite dog friendly parks and businesses in New York City and you’ll also hear about how her Boxer adjusted to life in the big city after their move up from Pittsburgh. For show notes: http://wearwagrepeat.com/podcast-episode-1
Rank #2: Megan Sutherland of Pictory Productions Lives a Dog Inspired Life.
Megan Sutherland of Pictory Productions explains how to be inspired by you dog's ability to live in the moment to prioritize your work-life balance. Learn what a puppy proposal package is (you'll want to share this episode with your guy!). You'll also get some tips on having your dog at your wedding. Megan Sutherland is a videographer that loves to film weddings and creative brands. She lives in downtown Pittsburgh with her husband and French Bulldog, Harold. For show notes: http://wearwagrepeat.com/podcast-episode-6
Pet Business Coach Kristin Morrison
Rank #1: Episode 48. Free Marketing that Works for Pet Business Owners.
Today’s coaching session: Katie lives in Colorado and has had her dog hiking and dog boarding business for nearly 2 years. She’s feeling a bit discouraged because she’s tried lots of different ways to marketing but her marketing efforts are not really working. She’s only getting one new client every month or two and she needs help coming up with other marketing strategies that are low-cost or free since she’s tried some marketing that has been expensive and hasn’t worked. Don’t worry, dear Katie! There’s hope. Visit the show notes page to leave your insights and comments: www.ProsperousPetBusiness.com/podcast48 Here’s information about the audiobook for 30 Days to Start and Grow Your Pet Sitting and Dog Walking Business https://www.sixfigurepetsittingacademy.com/blog/30-day-audio-book/ Find out more about how to get a private (not aired on the podcast) coaching session with pet business coach Kristin Morrison: http://www.sixfigurepetbusinessacademy.com/coaching-pet-business-owners Follow pet business coach Kristin Morrison on social media: Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/petbizcoach/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProsperousPetBusiness/ Other resources to support you and your pet business: Catapult Anytime Access Pet Business Online Program: http://prosperouspetbusiness.com/catapult-4-week-pet-business-program/ Join the FREE Prosperous Pet Business Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/prosperouspetbusiness/ Six-Figure Pet Business eBook (for dog trainers, pet groomers and dog day care owners): http://www.sixfigurepetbusinessacademy.com/six-figure-pet-business-book Six-Figure Pet Sitting eBook (for pet sitters and dog walkers): https://www.sixfigurepetbusinessacademy.com/e-book-six-figure-pet-sitting-catapult-your-pet-sitting-business-to-unlimited-success Copyright © Prosperous Pet Business and Kristin Morrison www.ProsperousPetBusiness.com
Rank #2: Episode 32. Interview with Andrea Arden: Secrets Every Pet Business Owner Should Know.
Are you feeling challenged by the big and little details in your pet business? Want to discover some tools for making your business (and your life) run more smoothly? If so, this is the interview to watch. Andrea also shares her top three secrets for pet business success, so you and your business can hit the ground running! Also, the FREE Prosperous Pet Business Online Conference is coming. Are you signed up yet? Link below in the show notes. Come join me and pet business owners from around the world! Here are the show notes for today’s episode. Come visit me here and write a comment at the bottom of the page if you like: www.prosperouspetbusiness.com/podcast32 Here are some items discussed in the podcast: Sign up for the FREE 2018 Prosperous Pet Business Online Conference: http://prosperouspetbusiness.com/2018-prosperous-pet-business-conference/ Reach thousands of pet business owners by being a conference sponsor: http://prosperouspetbusiness.com/pet_business_conference_sponsor/ Join the FREE Prosperous Pet Business Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/prosperouspetbusiness/ My newest book: 30 Days To Start and Grow Your Pet Sitting and Dog Walking Business eBook: http://prosperouspetbusiness.com/30_days_to_start_and_grow_pet_sitting_dog_walking_business/ Catapult Pet Business Anytime Access Program: http://prosperouspetbusiness.com/catapult-4-week-pet-business-program/ Copyright © Prosperous Pet Business and Kristin Morrison www.ProsperousPetBusiness.com
21st Century Resources for Marketing and Growing a Dog Related Business In today's economy there are thousands of dog trainers, groomers, kennels and daycares, pet sitters, dog walkers, and veterinarians that are seeing shrinking profits and even going out of business. Not only that but there are thousands more who are getting by just fine but would love to learn the skills to take their business to the next level. Six Figure Dog Business teachs the skills for marketing a business including: getting free publicity, website marketing, database marketing, increasing transactional value, referral programs, costly mistakes in marketing, etc. We’ll feature interviews with successful dog business owners, tutorials & call ins…. a great way for dog business owners all over the world to connect and learn what is working and what isn't, how to grow a business in tough times and how to stand out.
Rank #1: Six Figure Dog Business - Episode 3 Attitude is Everything.
Often in business we are told that it is important to have the right attitude. But how does attitude translate into actual dollars in your bank account? Listen in as Martin Deeley shares insider tips and secrets to having the right attitude, dealing with clients, and translating these skills into big money in your pocket. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Attitude is Everything with Ty Brown
Rank #2: Six Figure Dog Business - Episode 4 Referrals, Referrals, Referrals!.
If you've ever wanted to build your business by getting more referrals you must listen to this interview. This is like a Master's Course on referral building. Listen in as Steve Applebaum, the President of Animal Behavior College shares how using referrals helped him to build a dog training business with hundreds of dog trainers. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast - Referrals, Referrals, Referrals! with Ty Brown
THE Voice of Purebred Dogs
Rank #1: 196 – “Bracing” Talk: Pedigrees, Critiques and Skill | Pure Dog Talk.
Andrew Brace on Pedigrees, Critiques and Skillful HandlersIn the third and final installment of my interview with international dogman Andrew Brace, he shared his knowledge on reading pedigrees, writing judge’s critiques and the definition of expert presentation in a wide-ranging and brutally honest discussion.Our conversation also touched on the influence of animal rights extremism on the UK’s “high profile breeds” vet checks. Brace additionally noted the correlation between health issues in our breeds and the increasing tendency for breeders to “take Mother Nature’s job from her.”Andrew Brace last showed a dog at Crufts 2000 when he retired having handled his BIS winning Beagle, UK Ch Dialynne Tolliver of Tragband.Breed the best to the best to get the best“Dedicated breeders are constantly aiming to improve their stock,” Brace said. “Those breeders who think breeding a winner is simply a matter of mating a winning bitch to a winning dog fail to realize the value and implications of the pedigree and do not understand what a valuable breeding tool this is.“You need to be able to read a pedigree. This is where the truly great breeders score. The pedigree supplies valuable information – provided the reader has researched the dogs who appear in it. (Master) breeders study a pedigree of at least five generations. If they don’t know all the dogs in it personally, they’ll research them by seeking out photographs or simply asking older breeders who are still around exactly where these dogs scored and failed.“In this way they build up a comprehensive picture of their dog’s ancestry. They will, over a period of time, be able to assess what faults and virtues lie behind their breeding stock. And, perhaps more importantly, establish which dogs were responsible for producing them,” Brace said.“Correct is not produced by mating two extremes,” Brace added. “A potential parent who lacks in one area should be mated to a dog that excels in that failing. A dog that’s slightly straight behind will not produce perfect rear angulation by mating it to a dog that is hopelessly over angulated. Its chosen mate should have correct angulation.”“Winning” dog is not always the same as “best” dog“We have focused on show dogs,” Brace said. “In many breeds, this has meant that dogs that are perhaps a little exaggerated in one way or another have taken the eye of the judge over the dogs who are maybe more correctly balanced or constructed because they have a little sense of drama about them.“It is our responsibility as judges to reward the correct dog over those dogs that have probably won a ton of best in shows by virtue of the fact that they fly around the ring with their long necks, gay tails and dripping in hair.”Useful written critiques“When writing critiques, I think it’s essential to detail the dog’s outstanding virtues but also mention any obvious shortcomings, which can always be done tactfully,” Brace said. “For example, ‘Head like a bucket’ and ‘prefer a cleaner backskull’ – they mean the same thing, but one is more palatable. It isn’t necessary to describe the dog from head to tail but, concentrate major pluses and minuses.”Listen to renowned judge Ginny Lyne on this topic.Merge into the backgroundAndrew Brace judging the American Pointer Club 2007 National Specialty. BOB Ch Cookieland Seasyde Hollyberry, handled by Michael Scott.“It is little wonder that some of your most successful handlers go on to become outstanding judges,” Brace noted. “The thought process is exactly the same. Handling is the art of emphasizing a dog’s virtues whilst disguising its faults. Judging is all about recognizing the virtues yet getting the faults into perspective.“Some countries, unfortunately, have produced some so-called professional handlers who have clearly watched a lot of American videos, bought some flashy jackets and race around the ring with dogs of indeterminate quality.
Rank #2: 208 – Dr. Carmen Battaglia – Breeding SUPER Dogs | Pure Dog Talk.
Carmen Battaglia's Recipe for Breeding SUPER DogsDr. Carmen Battaglia, AKC Board member, judge and author joined Pure Dog Talk host Laura Reeves for a LIVE seminar sponsored by Del Monte Kennel Club. Battaglia shared information about his SUPER dog breeding program featuring pedigree research, supplements, early stimulation and socialization.“I can’t teach everything you need to know on this subject in an hour,” Battaglia chuckled. “Do your homework!” His deep and resource-rich website, Breeding Better Dogs, is an impressive place to start.Battaglia’s SUPER dog program is designed to produce dogs which are mentally and physiologically superior to their competitors, with great stress tolerance and disease resistance.“Anybody who’s willing to do the work can breed these dogs,” Battaglia said.Pedigree researchBreeding these outstanding dogs starts with selecting the right sire and dam. The 28 ancestors shown on a typical three generation pedigree tell us nothing heritable, Battaglia observed.“You need to understand the strengths and weaknesses in a pedigree,” Battaglia said. “The conformation, health and behavior traits we want don’t show up in names, titles and certifications.”He recommended incorporating the stick dog and symbols pedigree systems in order to identify conformation, health and specific behavioral traits to make an ideal pairing. The symbols pedigree, Battaglia said, is designed to enable breeders to manage the “dreaded diseases” – those that kill, cripple, cause early death or blindness.Breeding systems such as line-breeding, formula breeding and “breeding up” are all useful tools for producing superior dogs, Battaglia said.Once the pedigree plan is established and the breeder is ready to move forward, Battaglia offers an extended program to build on the pedigree.Supplement, stimulate, socializeHe recommends supplementing the dam with DHA from the first day she is bred to the day she weans the puppies. And supplementing the puppies from the day they are weaned until 14 weeks old. DHA supplement enhances the brain of the fetus, he added, noting that by 14 weeks old the puppy’s brain is 90 percent developed. Research shows these puppies will test 50 percent smarter than puppies fed a lower amount or not supplemented at all.The next step in the SUPER dog program is early neurological stimulation. This program involves touching the puppies toes, rotating their body positions and placing them on a cold surface daily from the third to the 16th days of life. This system produces notable improvement in cardiovascular development, but Battaglia strongly cautions that too much of a good thing is a fatal error.As the puppies grow in these carefully designed and developed litters, other important steps include allowing the puppy to watch its dam perform a specific desired task; socializing them to new places, sounds and smells; and, “enrichment” exercises to teach the dog to focus in a new environment.The SUPER dogs program is being used to help breeders in the US produce the explosives detection dogs at home that are in demand for protecting our military and civilian installations. AKC is hosting a conference to bring together stakeholders, Battaglia said, to advance this important project.Enjoy this tremendous opportunity from one of the legends in our purebred dog community.
The Dog's Way Podcast, with professional dog trainer Sean McDaniel, deals with practical dog obedience for real life situations. Sean gives you underlying theory and practical training assignments based in a more naturalistic dog training philosophy to help you solve the most common dog behavior issues. Sean shares his experience from over fifteen years of working with clients and their dogs, dealing with behavior modification, functional dog obedience issues and everyday dog training issues. In the “dog training podcasts”, Sean leaves you with homework assignments to help you begin practically dealing with your dog’s issues. Sean also, interviews leading dog issue experts in topics such as: your dog's diet, veterinary medicine, puppy raising, dog breeding and selecting the right dog for you.
Rank #1: SESSION 3: Learn how to structure your dog’s lifestyle more..
The Progression of Difficulty: There are three things that make anything harder (or easier) for your dog; What you’re doing while your dog does a task: This is usually measured by how connected (or disconnected) to you. For example, on leash versus off leash. What’s going on around your dog while they do a task: These are sometimes called “distractions” Distraction theory (further break down): Distance Movement Surprise And number of distractions How long you expect your dog to do a task PRACTICAL APPLICATION AND HOMEWORK Get your dog’s freedom/responsibility quotient back into balance Structure your dog’s everyday life more Here’s a link to an article on our blog that will give you some things to change around your house to structure your dog’s life more during this training phase. This article was originally written as a response to people who asked what to do after their newly adopted dogs started acting up, but it’s good advice for anyone trying to tune up their relationship and training with their dog. LOOSE LEASH WALKING Here’s an article on the blog that has a short video clip showing you what I mean by loose leash walking Leash pulling article from the blog Let me know how this experiment goes with your dog! For more of The Dog's Way podcast follow us on Twitter @TheDogsWay Subscribe on Facebook, and listen to all of our episodes on our website. Leave me a voicemail and hear yourself on a future show! I'd love if you'd leave me a brief message to let me know how these tips worked for you! Call (844) 364-7929. And if we use your comments in the show, we’ll send you a free video training series! OR if you don’t like free stuff … Email your questions to me: email@example.com All the Best, The post SESSION 3: Learn how to structure your dog’s lifestyle more. appeared first on The Dog's Way.
Rank #2: SESSION 53: AVOID THESE 3 DOG TRAINING MISTAKES.
In episode 53, Sean answers a question from a professional dog trainer. She asks Sean about the differences in results that she gets when training a dog personally as opposed to the results that her clients get when training their dogs themselves. Sean outlines the top three mistakes dog owners make in training their dogs [...] The post SESSION 53: AVOID THESE 3 DOG TRAINING MISTAKES appeared first on The Dog's Way.
25 years after the crimes that ignited the "Trial of the Century" Kim Goldman, sister of murder victim Ron Goldman, is digging deep into the vicious crime that changed her life, and many others, forever. Thrust into the public eye at the age of 22, Kim was devastated when OJ Simpson was found not guilty of the murders of his ex-wife Nicole and her brother Ron. There has been much debate and confusion about what really happened the night of those brutal murders and for the first time Kim gets answers to questions that have been haunting her since the trial. She sits down with prosecutors, investigators, and witnesses who never got to speak and jurors who voted not guilty. In this 10-part series, Kim takes you on a journey as she reclaims and reflects on the part of her life that was changed permanently.
Rank #1: Objectively Bonkers | 2.
In episode two, Kim reexamines the crime with the case’s lead investigator, Tom Lange, and lead prosecutor, Marcia Clark. Kim confronts the long list of evidence that never went to trial, wrestles with the decisions made by the prosecution, and learns about facts of the case that were never scrutinized 25 years ago. Some truths take on new light for Kim while others remain “objectively bonkers”.Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @Confrontingpod
Rank #2: The Life and Death of Ron Goldman | 1.
Kim and her father, Fred confront the day they found out that Ron was killed twenty-five years ago. Life has moved forward, but there is still grief and pain. In this episode, Kim starts her journey by remembering the life of her brother. Through conversations with friends and loved ones, we remember the brother, son, friend and murder victim who was lost on June 12th, 1994. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @Confrontingpod