Dogs in Our World is an audio series that explores the role of domestic dogs in society. Join dog trainer and behaviorist Adam Winston on a journey that leads him to better understand the people and dogs in our world.
Dogs in Our World seeks to improve dog welfare by engaging and educating listeners with the most recent research and scientific discoveries. Our mission is to learn more about the dogs in our world. Each episode provides a platform for teachers, authors, and professionals to discuss their work.
Dogs in Our World episodes are for listeners who want to learn more about our four-legged friends. Visiting experts discuss their work and research to provide our audience with the latest information and dog discoveries. We have so many questions. Exactly when were dogs created? How do they affect our economy, laws, and culture? What did the classic philosophers think about dogs? Listen to each episode and learn something new about the dogs in our world.
Adam Winston was born in Anchorage, Alaska. After graduating high school in Chesapeake, Virginia, he honorably served in the U.S. Air Force from 1997-2002. He has spent time in all 50 states, every Canadian province, and over a dozen other countries. In 2015, while attaining a bachelor's degree in business administration, Adam chose to follow his passion for helping dogs and their families. Soon after graduating from college in Philadelphia, he moved back to the Pacific Northwest and attained a professional certificate in Applied Animal Behavior from the University of Washington. And, began working part-time as the Lead Dog Trainer for a large big-box store. Adam also served as an Animal Care Technician at a municipal animal shelter. The dog that first sparked Adam’s fascination was a young Chow Chow he adopted while living in a Utah state park. Dogs in Our World is Adam’s opportunity to quench his thirst for learning more about domestic dogs. Join Adam on his journey to becoming a well-rounded dog welfare professional.