You may wonder what it’s like to be competitive with your dog while keeping them motivated, in good physical condition and trained across multiple venues. I’ve admired Sandy Ganz and her ability to have versatile dogs who have competed in obedience, tracking, agility, herding and conformation. During this interview, Sandy and I will chat … Continue reading Training for Versatility with Sandy Ganz
Monthly Archives: February 2020
Welcome to the Animal Academy Podcast hosted by me, Allison White, a licensed clinical social worker and longtime animal enthusiast. During this 101 podcast episode, I would like to share my background story so you have a better understanding why I’ve chosen the featured guests on upcoming episodes and the services available for our … Continue reading The 101 – Why The Animal Academy Podcast Exists
Welcome to the Animal Academy Podcast hosted by me, Allison White, a licensed clinical social worker and longtime animal enthusiast. Before this podcast series starts, I’d like to offer YOU a glimpse, or a snapshot, of what we’ll be covering and my hopes for this show as it continues. Come join in on the … Continue reading Animal Academy – My 101 Snapshot
The value of one’s looks is completely subjective – or is it? Inside this episode of Friday The 13th: The Series – we make a HARD revisit to a previous episode’s not-yet-recovered item – a cursed compact! A pocket mirror that fosters malice, malfeasance and death. It’s all about the looks ya’ got, baby – but … Continue reading Our Review Of “Face Of Evil” – Season 2, Episode 14
Freedom of speech can be interpreted on may different levels. While it allows us in the United States to “speak our minds”, gone are the days that we are protected from persecution from doing so. That’s because freedom of speech and freedom of expression are double edged swords. How can it be acceptable for … Continue reading How Do We Make The 1st Amendment Fit The 21st Century?
In organized fandom, “continuity” can be a trigger word for many fanboys and fangirls out there. Continuity is what ties a universe full of stories together. But it can also be a detrimental roadblock for anyone attempting to understand and digest 30, 40, 50…hell, even 80 years worth of content. No matter what corner … Continue reading Does Continuity Matter In Comics?
The Civil War. It wasn’t just brother fighting brother – it was the showcase for the war on – the future! A future where a man is utilizing a cursed object – a lantern – that utilizes aged photographic slides to re-enter the past – to then claim civil war relics but – there’s … Continue reading Our Review Of “Eye Of Death” – Season 2, Episode 13
As comic fans, the idea of a live action film representation fills us with glee. Especially if it’s a property we’ve been following for awhile. But until recently, Hollywood hasn’t always had the source material’s best interests at heart. That being said, there are still a lot of adaptations that delivered But did anyone … Continue reading Comic Book Movies Overlooked For Awards!