Dogs in Our World is a show that explores the history, science, and importance of the dogs in our world.
Adam Winston - Dogs In Our World - Show Host and Producer
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 in order 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 is passionate about dog welfare. He teaches Level 1, Level 2, and AKC Canine Good Citizen classes. In 2015, after using the GI Bill to attain a bachelor of science degree in Philadelphia, Adam chose to follow his passion for helping dogs and their families. He has spent time in all 50 United States, every Canadian province, and over a dozen other countries. Adam recently attained a professional certificate in Applied Animal Behavior from University of Washington and is currently working towards his CCPDT certification.