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115. Dogs As Heads Of The Family with Can I Pet Your Dog

Katya Lidsky 18 November 2021 2


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OMG! Can I Pet Your Dog’s cohosts are with us today! Renee Colvert and Alexis B. Preston are here to discuss the threat of authenticity, horoscopes up and down, and the amazing gotcha stories of their dogs’, Tugboat, Cricket and Crumb. Listen to these remarkable women share about Molly and Nikki, the childhood pups who came first, and why it can be healing to talk to our pets since passed, whether it be to ask them for forgiveness or for help finding a husband. You will definitely want to hang out with this talented and hilarious dynamic duo for an episode dream come true. There may or may not be a lighting round of questions about what our dogs have seen us do!

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A touching and funny podcast that explores how extraordinary people have been changed by an extraordinary animal. In this weekly show, Katya talks to fascinating guests about what their lives were like before and after they experienced a soul-level relationship with an animal.

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Katya Lidsky 2 December 2021

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