Episode 45: The Fire-Rescue Show – Operation Switcheroo

This week Jalene and Jessa don’t post one of their episodes, instead they switched episodes with Jared from The Fire-Rescue Show.  His podcast is all about public safety featuring interviews with firefighters, police officers, dispatchers and others.

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Episode 44: Weird Combinations and Electric Shocks

After a little St. Patricks’ Day dinner discussion, Jalene talks about electric collars and cat window boxes while Jessa relaxes.  Then Jessa takes the mic and gives some fun and weird animal friends!

Please email us!  We would love to here your thoughts and questions!

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Episode 42: Best Puppy Books and at the Dog Park

Jalene and Jessa have a cold so this episode is a little shorter than normal.

Reading puppy training and care books is very important if you have or are going to have a puppy.  Jalene and Jessa also give a great tip if your dog or cat has cracked or raw paws as well as talking about when puppies should be allowed to play at the dog park.

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Episode 37: Rescue dogs and Thanksgiving table manners

Happy Thanksgiving a little early!  This week Jalene and Jessa give tips to keep your pet(s) safe during this Thanksgiving season.  Some foods you should keep away are – turkey bones, jell-O, potatoes, and nuts.  Most people have friends and family over so unless your dog or cat is very comfortable and loves a lot of strange people in the house then keep him/her in a different room with food, water, toys and a Kong toy.  Be very careful with the door opening and shutting so much because your pet could escape.

Jalene and Jessa are very thankful for one thing.  All of you out there who listen!

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Episode 36: Costume Collage and hunting hints

Hunting season is upon us so this week Jalene and Jessa give you some great tips for keeping both you and your pet(s) safe.

Tips for hunting season

Find out when hunting season begins and ends in your area and where it is permitted

Keep your dog or cat on leash

Don’t let your pet hunt wildlife

Get your pet a bright orange vest

Use sight and sound to alert hunters you are around; make yourself obvious

Make sure your dog or cat is microchip and has a collar with tags

Hang bells on your dog or cat

They also give you some great activities to do with your dog or cat in the Autumn.

Also, Halloween is coming and Jalene and Jessa give you some tips and ideas to make sure your pet is safe.

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