Woof! It’s A Dog’s Life; Woof! It's A Dog's Life 105
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- Woof! It’s A Dog’s Life
- Woof! It's A Dog's Life 105
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Broadcast 1998 This series provides the definitive guide to living happily with a dog. Host Margolis brings dog owners and animal enthusiasts his lively, sometimes quirky lessons in training and understanding dogs. From choosing the perfect puppy to combating problem behavior, WOOF! covers the spectrum of issues facing dog owners. Each program contains segments on training basics, personality types and a feature with a well-known guest or specially trained dog. Series release date: 1998
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Uncle Matty works out a "sibling" rivalry when a new six-week-old Golden Retriever pup is adopted by the owner of two huge and very playful Newfoundlands; class is in session with a group of eager students in San Francisco learning the proper techniques for the corrective jerk. Back at the kennel, Matty shows how to determine your puppy's potential for learning and learns a thing or two himself about the Red Cross's pioneering First Aid for dogs. Finally, with the help of comedian Fred Travalena and his wife Lois, Matty sinks his teeth into the issue of doggy treats — how to make them and when to give them.
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- APA: Woof! It’s A Dog’s Life; Woof! It's A Dog's Life 105. Boston, MA: WGBH Media Library & Archives. Retrieved from http://openvault.wgbh.org/catalog/V_3B73F4E9837C4FF49B934679B5FFB8E0