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DSPN Channel (Dog Sports & Performance Network) - DSPN is for the dog sports and performance enthusiast in all of us! Have you and your dog been skijoring lately? How about mushing? There might even be a scootering competition coming to your town! Are you boggled? Not to worry, now you can learn all about the multitude of dog sports and activities out there that you can try with your best four legged friend! We'll hear from the leading sports and conformation dog show stars who are at the to ...
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During a game 4 rainout, Mike and Harry discuss the first three games of the American League Championship Series. The Yankees are down 2-1 in the best of 7 series. In this playoff edition, the animals discuss... The missed opportunities in Game 3 Previewing the pitching matchups for the rest of the series The emergence of Gleyber Torres as a supers…
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With the Yankees battling for home-field advantage, Harry and Mike talk about the home stretch before the postseason. Topics include: - Who is the most important piece coming back from injury? - Aaron Hicks is done for the year. Harry and Mike discuss the 7-year contract after an injury-riddled season. - D.J. LeMahieu fights for a batting title. - …
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The MLB Trade Deadline has come and gone and Brian Cashman and the New York Yankees did not make a major move. On this episode of the podcast, Harry and Mike review the big deals at the deadline and discuss how the Yankees inaction impacts the balance of power in the American League the rest of the way this season. Spoiler Alert: Mike is despondent…
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Harry and Mike are joined by guest "Minnesota Andy" Kahl to discuss one of the biggest surprises in baseball: the Minnesota Twins. As they watch the game of the year (AARON HICKS!), they ask are the Twins legit pennant contenders? Topics tonight: What has gotten in to the Twins this year? How good is this young core? Harry and I don't think manager…
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With the first half of 2019 in the books, Harry and Mike look forward and talk about the home stretch to the post season. Topics include: - Trade Deadline Preview - What to do with Clint Frazier? - Is the Yankees training staff a problem moving forward? - How does the rest of the AL East stack up for the remainder of 2019?…
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Harry and Mike recap the first half of the New York Yankees season and give grades for the infield, outfield, starting pitching and relief pitching. We also discuss: - Harry calling home runs rainbows - Edwin Encarnacion trade - The end of the greatest streak in sports
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Harry and Mike discuss the first-place New York Yankees, and their prospects for the rest of the 2019 season. - Should the Yankees sign Dallas Keuchel? - How much better can the Yankees get when they get players back from injury? - How big of a problem is Clint Frazier, actually? - If Harry can lie to David Cone, can you really trust him? - The Yan…
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The ailing Yankees are finally getting healthy, with Miguel Andujar and Clint Frazier returning to the Yankees lineup. Mike and Harry break down the keys to the Yankees' continued success as they face a tough stretch of contending teams. On tonight's episode: - Domingo German is dealing and no one is talking about it. Will we see the Dominican Dand…
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The theme of the Yankees season continues to be injuries, with Aaron Judge and Clint Frazier adding their names to the IL. Down but not out, the Bronx Bombers have been hot of late, winning 11 of their last 13 games with essentially a replacement roster. The guys discuss the keys to the Yankees' surprising success. Also on tonight's episode: - Pani…
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Harry and Mike discuss the comically long list of injured Yankees - from Gary Sanchez to another Dellin Betances set back. On the podcast: Can the Yankees sustain their early season injuries? Is this the end of Greg Bird as we know it? Scouting the first base trade market. Should we be worried about Chad Green? And was Harry right about Mike Tauchm…
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Harry and Mike give their way-too-early reactions to the 2019 season and the New York Yankees first week of regular season play. On the podcast: Can the Yankees sustain their early season injuries? Is this is the real Greg Bird? How good can Adam Ottavino be? Should we be worried about Aroldis Chapman? Can the Yankee infield muddle through? A heart…
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The long wait is finally over! New York Yankees baseball is back and Mike and Harry are off to Stan's and Opening Day! On the eve of the best day of spring, Harry and Mike give their bold predictions for the upcoming Yankees season. Special guest appearance from T-Fed the heckler.
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It's the crossover episode! Harry and Mike welcome Mets fan Chris to the Sports Animals to talk about the NL East. On this episode: Can the Yankees sustain the injuries they've suffered in spring training? Yankees are Gio targeting - what Gio Gonzalez means to the New York Yankees NY Mets Chris with a delusional preview of the NL East…
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Opening day is only two weeks away! This week, Harry and Mike review Vegas win totals for the 2019 season. And the guys give their reactions to the Yankees' spring training including key injuries. On the show this week: Will Clint Frazier or Greg Bird make the squad out of Spring Training? Should the Yankees try bullpenning this year? Can the Yanke…
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On this episode of the podcast, Harry and Mike clean up free agency and discuss the impact of Bryce Harper signing with the Phillies. We pick offseason winners and losers, and give our thoughts on the state of MLB free agency. In the second half of the show, we preview the 2019 New York Yankees bullpen. In this show: - The Bryce Harper fallout - Ha…
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This week, Harry and Mike do a full preview of the New York Yankees starting rotation for 2019. Plus, the guys give their reactions to the Yankees extending Luis Severino and Aaron Hicks. And Manny Machado signs in San Diego. On the show this week: What can we expect from Tanaka Tuesdays this year? Are the Yankees using CC Sabathia the wrong way? J…
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New York Yankees 2019 Outfield Preview: Harry and Mike give their thoughts on the Yankees outfield and detail the storylines heading in to spring training. In this episode: - Will we ever see Jacoby Ellsbury again? - Who will play left field for the Yankees? How about Bryce Harper? - What can we expect from Giancarlo Stanton this year? - What does …
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Leave the show a voicemail and we'll play it on the air: (201) 614-5664. This week, Harry and Mike discuss the latest rumors about superstar free-agents Bryce Harper and Manny Machado. Plus, a full breakdown of MLB's proposed rule changes including adding the DH to the NL, lowering the mound and a 3-batter minimum for relief pitchers. Also, in this…
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Harry and Mike preview the Yankees 2019 infield and highlight positional battles and what to watch for this season. They also continue the discussion on the 2019 Hall of Fame class, and what Mariano Rivera's unanimous selection means for the future of the Hall of Fame. In this episode: - Do the "steroid guys" ever get into the Hall? - What does a u…
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New York Yankees greats' Mike Mussina and Mariano Rivera march into Cooperstown. In this busy episode: - Harry and Mike break down the HOF ballot - Reminisce about their favorite Mussina and Mo moments - Analyze the Yankees $27 million signing of reliever Adam Ottavino - Grade the Sonny Gray trade Leave the show a voicemail: (201) 614-5664.…
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A surprise move in Yankee Land! The New York Yankees sign DJ LeMahieu to a 2-year, 24 million dollar deal. Does this mean the end of their pursuit of Manny Machado? In this episode: - Breaking down the DJ LeMahieu deal. - Sorting out the Yankees crowded Infield. - Are the Yankees cheap? Have they improved this offseason? - Plus, the show gets a new…
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The hot take house is open 24/7. Chief proprietor Mike McMaster is heated that the Yankees let Robertson leave and haven't signed Harper or Machado. Harry brings reason & facts to the conversation. In this episode: - Will the Yankees regret letting Robertson walk? - The unique contract structure for Zach Britton - Yankees sign Troy Tulowitzki - Gra…
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In our last episode of 2018, Mike and Harry discuss Yankees baseball including: - Andrew Miller signs elsewhere. Did the Yankees miss out? - A breakdown of the free agent reliever market. - Is tanking a problem in baseball? - Can we fix the collective bargaining agreement? - Mariano Rivera and Hall of Fame Voting. - Harry loses a bet and is forced …
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Animals Harry Raymond & Mike McMaster review the moves of the baseball winter meetings. In this week's episode:- J.A. Happ signs for $34 million. Instant Analysis. - How much should the Yankees offer Manny Machado? - Are the owners colluding? - How will the Yankees replace Didi Gregorius? - Mike & Harry face off in their Fantasy Football championsh…
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The hot stove is heating up a week before the winter meetings. Animals Harry Raymond & Mike McMaster discuss this week's trades and free agent signings. In this episode:- Patrick Corbin signs with the Nationals for $140 million.- Will the Yankees regret not signing Corbin? - Where do they turn for starting pitching now? - Analyzing the Robinson Can…
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This week, Harry Raymond & Mike McMaster discuss the Yankees first offseason move. It's a big one.In this episode:- Breaking down the James Paxton blockbuster trade- Is Paxton the "ace" caliber pitcher the Yankees need? - Will the Yankees regret trading top prospect Justus Sheffield? - A sad farewell to fan favorite Ronald Torreyes- Should the Yank…
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Two long-time Bronx bleacher creatures rekindle their college radio show to talk New York Yankees baseball. In our first episode in 8 years, the animals discuss:- Who should the Yankees target this offseason? - Biggest surprise from 2018 season- Did Red Sox Dave Dombrowski out-ninja Brian Cashman? - Should the Yankees sign Machado, Harper or neithe…
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Join DSPN host Laurie Williams and her guests, Mychelle Blake, CEO and Ann Allums, Special Programs Coordinator of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT) as they discuss C.L.A.S.S. (Canine Life and Social Skills), its new and innovative educational dog training program. Developed by the APDT to help strengthen the bond between humans and their …
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Traveling is one of the most fun activities you can do with your dog! Laurie Williams talks to Carol Bryant, PR and Social Media Director for FIDO Friendly Magazine, about all the fun places you can travel to with your dog for this holiday and winter season. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast -Doggie Destinations & Vacations with Laurie Willi…
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Agility Right from the Start is the first training resource you should have and the last one you'll need. Authors Eva Bertilsson and Emelie Johnson Vegh now bring to the US and Canada the powerful modern training system that made them leading agility teachers throughout Norway and Sweden. More details on this episode MP3 Podcast -Agility Right From…
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As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. But more importantly for those of us who love our pets, a prized photo of a pet having fun, or us participating in an activity we share together can capture the moment for a lifetime. In this episode, listen in as we chat with Jim Poor, of Jim Poor Photography. Jim is a highly sought after do…
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Well, the finale was a year ago, and by now most fans have probablyfigured out what I knew the moment I drove away from that televised Canine Academy: there’s not going to be a second season of Greatest American Dog. Even though nearly 10 million viewers tuned in to the premiere, the show’s ratings experienced a steady decline throughout the season…
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Well, the finale was a year ago, and by now most fans have probablyfigured out what I knew the moment I drove away from that televised Canine Academy: there’s not going to be a second season of Greatest American Dog. Even though nearly 10 million viewers tuned in to the premiere, the show’s ratings experienced a steady decline throughout the season…
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What do you get when you add all the most positive, dog and human friendly sports and activities together with the most enthusiastic dogs and their people? You get the Midwest Rally and Obedience Tournament to be held on September 26 and 27, 2009 at the Dupage Fairgrounds in Wheaton, Illinois. Learn all about this first time, premier event from jud…
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If you could take everything dogs love to do like run, jump, and play, all while getting praised and rewarded, and put it all together, you'd get C-Wags. C-Wags, or Canine Work and Games is one of the newer dog sports and activities that is catching on across the United States. Combining traditional obedience, rally, games and play, C-Wags focuses …
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The AKC National Agility Championships includes 750 of the country's top agility dogs that have met a highly competitive and criteria regarding titles, scores, speed and performance. Meet Cindy Briggs, CPDT, owner of All Dog Adventures dog training facility in Richmond, VA and her Golden Retriever, Jody as she tells us all about their trip to this …
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Limited to dogs no more than 17" tall at the withers, the Teacup Dogs Agility Association was created to encourage and provide an alternate competitive agility venue for small dogs that offers the same challenges on size appropriate equipment and courses that ensures greater safety and a much more level playing field. Join Laurie and her guest, Don…
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Meet Michael Pesare of Gleanntan Kennels in South Central PA where he and his partner Maida Connor own, breed and exhibit to winning Skye Terriers. I ran into Michael and Maida at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show last month where they were showing their dogs "Tony," Ch. Finnsky Gladiator, and "Bee," Ch Gleanntan GiveMeBusyBee. Active in the spo…
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This year's 133rd Westminster Dog Show promises to be one of the most exciting ever! The top dogs in contention have run a tight race and have been battling it out all year in shows throughout the country and the world. But it all comes down to one final night, center stage at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2009. Dog show expert Billy W…
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A visit with top Yorkshire Terrier breeder and exhibitor Pauline Imbro-Allen, just back from a huge win at the Kennel Club of Philadelphia dog show! One of the oldest and largest dog shows in existence, the Kennel Club of Philadelphia plays host to the A.K.C.'s National Dog Show, the most widely viewed dog show in America. The show attracts over 2,…
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It's an age old tradition for parents to pack up their kids' bags and send them off to camp in the summer. Well now camps have gone to the dogs! Now you can pack up your dog's bags, and yours too, as the two of you head off to camp together! The popularity of dog sports camps, weekend to week long camps and retreats where dogs and their people can …
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Some might consider conformation dog shows nothing more than "beauty pageants" for dogs, but that description does this long standing and popular sport a tremendous disservice. The fact is, next to the Kentucky Derby, the Westminster Dog show is the oldest, continuous sporting event held in the United States. Each breed of dog has a standard, and i…
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In the premier episode of DSPN, Laurie talks to obedience and agility trainer Shirley Murphy about the popular dog sport of Agility. Tune in! More details on this episode MP3 Podcast -The Ability For Agility with Laurie WilliamsLaurie Williams által
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