What do the ways we train our dogs say about us?
You’ll hear about how dogs are trained to search and rescue, dating back to some of our earliest wars. How they’ve been trained by authority figures for hundreds of years to bite - and hold - and sometimes kill. And how the street dogs of Moscow were trained to fly into space - even though it meant their certain doom.
- Blake Stilwell is a former air force combat camera operator, and currently the veteran jobs editor at Military.com
- Denise Sanders is the Senior Director of Communications and handler relations for the Search Dog Foundation in Santa Paula, California
- Shontel Stewart is an attorney based out of Montgomery Alabama who is committed to social and criminal justice
- Kurt Caswell is a professor in the honors college at Texas Tech University, and the author of Laika's Window: The Legacy of a Soviet Space Dog
Catie Talarski contributed to this show.