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Episode 216 - Tripawds and Scruffts

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Released Sat February 1, 2020
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Be More Dog with Tripawd

When Rene Agredano and Jim Nelson were given the news that their beloved dog, Jerry, had terminal cancer, they made life-changing decisions, and took to the road. They believe life all together in an RV helped Jerry stay as healthy and happy as possible - and definitely helped him outlive the time his prognosis indicated he had left.

Rene had this crazy idea one day, it was during Jerry's recovery, and she said, 'Let's sell the business, sell the house, let's buy an RV and travel the country with Jerry.'

 - Jim Nelson

You can find out more online at the Tripawds community and at the Tripawds Foundation. Find out more about Rene and Jim's book at the Be More Dog website.

Scruffts

When Josie Baldwin decided to enter Scruffts with her dog, Jack, all she anticipated was a pleasant day out. But Jack won the heat, then won the semi-final, and then the final. Josie tells Julie about her dog and the other activities they enjoy together.

To find out more, visit the Scruffts website.

DogCast Radio News

In this episode Julie and Jenny bring you stories about the research into whether dogs can count, and the dog who's helping the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds conserve wildlife. Plus there's the dogs who are helping preserve wildlife in the wake of the Australian wildfires, and supporting Dementia sufferers.

And there's the two dogs who ran away and got put up for adoption - did their owner claim them back in time? And the dog who dines courtesy of Subway.

All the dog news stories you might otherwise miss!

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