SESSION 8: Interview with Dr. Jake Tedaldi, author of What’s Wrong with My Dog

In this week’s episode we talk to, Dr. Jake Tedaldi, the author of one of the best dog first aid books out there. His book, What’s Wrong with My Dog, has helped many dog owners more accurately assess the symptoms they’re seeing in their dogs, and has helped them more accurately communicate with their veterinarian over the phone. If you’d like to save money not having to go into your Vet’s office with every symptom or just have more peace of mind in assessing your dog if they’re experiencing troubling symptoms, this book is a must have for any dog owner. In our interview, you’ll get to know Dr. Jake a little better and learn about the thinking behind the unique format of the book.

In this session:

GET YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED ON FUTURE EPISODES

1(844) 364-7929

By the way, if we use your voice mail we’ll send you a free DVD training program!
Email your questions to me:  sean@thedogsway.com


DETAILS IN THIS SECTION:

Your Homework: Get some note paper and write down at least two ‘take aways’ from this interview and turn them into action steps.

THE BOOK:

WHAT’S WRONG WITH MY DOG by Dr. Jake Tedaldi

Dr. Jake, who’s a big fan of local bookstores, (as you’ll hear him mention in the show) recommended that you your local bookstore and ask them to order it.  You can do that here:

Indie Store Finder

Get your Questions Answered on future episodes of The Dog’s Way Podcast

Leave me a voice mail and hear yourself on a future show! 1(844) 364-7929

Email your questions to me:sean@thedogsway.com

All the Best,

sean-signature

By |2017-07-30T21:06:14+00:00February 6th, 2015|podcast|0 Comments

About the Author:

I’ve been training people and dogs in Seattle for the last decade and a half. My main focus when working with clients every week in one-on-one, private lessons is to help people learn to get their dogs to a functional level so that they can actually enjoy spending time every day with their dog instead of stressing about their dog’s behavior issues.

Leave A Comment