Shared YouTube Post – LAST TRACK – Finding closure through dog tracking from HuntingME

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In addition to being great companions, dogs do some amazing things. In this 30-minute film from HuntingME, LAST TRACK – Finding closure through dog tracking, you will see “dog trackers Lindsay and Susanne as they help hunters of all ages track mortally wounded large animals across the great state of Maine. Their dogs Fritzi, Meggie and Aldo can track wounded game in a way that no human every could, combine that with the wealth of knowledge that Lindsay and Susanne have after over 2000 combined tracks and every hunter no matter their skill level can learn something from this film.”

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One of the dog trackers in the film is Lindsay Ware, a part-time, Lead Dog Training Instructor for and Green Acres Kennel Shop and the founder of  Science Dogs of New England. Great job, Lindsay!

Contact Info for Lindsay Ware

United Blood Trackers 

Lindsay’s UBT Profile

Science Dogs of New England




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Using Dogs to Track Wounded Game with Lindsay Ware of United Blood Trackers –

Science Dogs of New England with Lindsay Ware, – 22FEB21

Podcast – Pets in the News No 13 – All About Cats

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In this episode of The Woof Meow Show from January 16th, 2021, Kate and Don focus on our feline friends. They start by discussing an article entitled “What Makes A Cat” by Dr. Liz Bales that suggests how we can improve our cat’s lives. Bales notes: Just about everything you need to know about cats comes down to one thing. Hunting.

Next, we look at an article that discusses a new study concerning the most common behavior problem in multi-cat homes; the litterbox. Feline Litter Box Problems: The Needs of the Many reports that when one cat is not using the litterbox, all of the cats in the household are experiencing stress, and thus all cats should be treated.

Then Kate discusses an article on feline nail trims. We close with an article from Dr. Karen Becker that discusses the use of an “eye blink” in establishing trust with a cat. You will find links to all of the articles on Don’s blog and the Woof Meow Show podcast page.

You can listen to The Woof Meow Show on Z62 Retro Radio, AM620, and WKIT HD3 at 9 AM on Saturday. If you are not near a radio, listen on your computer at or your smartphone or tablet with the free WZON 620 AM app. A podcast of the show is typically posted immediately after the show. You can download this show and others at , at Don’s blog and the Apple iTunes store.

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Contact Info

Don Hanson & Kate Dutra
Green Acres Kennel Shop & The Woof Meow Show
Bangor, ME
(207) 945-6841

Recommended Resources

Links to Articles in the Podcast

Articles on Don’s Blog
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 Cat Behavior – Inappropriate Elimination (Urination & Defecation)

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Cat Behavior – Make Your Life Easier – Get Your Cat to Love Their Carrier


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Podcast – Listener Questions No. 26 All About Cats with Dr. Mike McCaw from Veazie Veterinary Clinic

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22oct16-listener-questions-no26-all-about-cats-mike-mccaw-400x400In this episode of The Woof Meow Show from October 22nd, 2016 Kate, Don and Dr. Mike McCaw from the Veazie Veterinary Clinic answer listener questions about cats. Questions we address are: How many kittens are in the typical cat letter?,  How old should kittens be before you can handle them and play with them?, Do all indoor cats need to have a Rabies shot?, If I live in a rural area is it okay to let my cat outdoors? How can I help an outdoor cat learn to like being indoors?, What is it with cats and bags and boxes?, How big of a deal is teeth grinding with cats?, Why does my cat always follow me into the bathroom?, Why do some cats play in their water dishes? How can I keep my plants safe from my cats?, When should I be concerned about my senior cat’s mobility and pain levels? We have a cat door, and my cat brings in “feathered gifts,” what can I do? and cats and holiday ribbon – help!?!

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