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Podcast Interviews

We’ve had so many amazing interviews on the Bad Dog Agility podcast that we decided to gather them together into a single list. You can download the app so you always have the latest episode, and anyone can introduce the next episode.

Westminster Special: Round Table with Jennifer Crank and Sarah Baker thumbnail

In this episode (30:59) Jennifer Crank and Sarah Baker join Esteban to share their thoughts on the upcoming Masters Agility Championship at Westminster. They also give some advice to dog agility newcomers and discuss being “results oriented” versus “process oriented” in your approach to the sport. Mentioned/Related Buy Tickets for the Event! → Before and

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Westminster Special: Living the Dream; Novice to Westminster thumbnail

In this episode (42:18) In February 2015, Raphael was watching the Masters Agility Championship at Westminster on TV with his rescue dog Ringo and decided, in that moment, that he wanted to be there. In June of 2015, he began training in agility. And now, in February of 2018, he will compete at Westminster. Listen

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Westminster Special: Mutt Hysteria (Catching Up With Stacey and Roo!) thumbnail

In this episode (19:05) In this episode, Sarah catches up with Stacey Campbell whose rescue dog Roo! became the first “Highest Scoring Mixed Breed in Trial” at the Masters Agility Championship at Westminster. Mentioned/Related Buy Tickets for the Event! Episode 177: Westminster Preview with Paul Campanella Episode 153: Interview with 2017 Westminster Champion John Nys

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Episode 177: Westminster Preview with Paul Campanella thumbnail

In this episode (38:01) In this episode, Sarah and Esteban talk about the upcoming Masters Agility Championship at Westminster with Paul Campanella, the Director of Companion Events for the Westminster Kennel Club. They will cover new changes to the event, including the $10,000 grand prize, as well as plans for future events. You Will Learn

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Episode 173: Interview with Silvia Trkman on EO, Course Design, and Handling Challenges thumbnail

In this episode (33:24) In this episode, Sarah and Esteban talk with Silvia Trkman about her recent European Open win and how she continues to be competitive in an ever-changing sport. You Will Learn How your attitude toward challenges can affect your enjoyment of the sport and set you up for a career of success.

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Episode 169: Creating a Crate to Crate Routine thumbnail

In this episode (34:35) In this episode, Sarah and Esteban talk with Jennifer Crank and Sarah Baker about how they manage their time and their dog from the moment they take them out of a crate for a run to the moment they put them back in the crate after the run. You Will Learn

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Episode 166: Get Ready for Summer with Brittany Schaezler, DVM thumbnail

In this episode (19:50) In this episode, Dr. Brittany Schaezler joins the podcast to get you and your dog ready for summer. You Will Learn When you should stop your training sessions due to heat and fatigue. How you can cool your dog during and after training. Where dogs have sweat glands. Mentioned Episode 8:

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Episode 161: Interview with Junior Handler Sasha Zitter thumbnail

In this episode (38:53) In this episode, Sarah is joined by Jennifer Crank and Sasha Zitter to talk about the Junior Handler program. You Will Learn How agility can teach children (and adults!) perseverance and sportsmanship. How the Junior Handler program can help grow the sport of dog agility. How clubs can help encourage Junior

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Episode 154: Kids and Dogs and Jennifer Crank thumbnail

In this episode (38:58) In this episode, Sarah and Esteban talk with USA AKC/FCI World Team member Jennifer Crank about being a mom and competitor while managing a human child in the dog agility world. You Will Learn How far along in their pregnancies both Jennifer and Sarah ran agility. How Jennifer started in the

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