The Scribble with Jeremy Bradley

The Scribble with Jeremy Bradley

Nationally syndicated radio host, newspaper columnist and bestselling author Jeremy Bradley heads into podcasting with this weekly download featuring celebrity guests, funny stories and entertaining chatter. The name of the program comes from the idea that sometimes the creative process includes scribbling down random ideas before you can make sense of anything. That's exactly what JB is doing every week on The Scribble.... Show More
July 3, 2020 29 min

The dog days of summer here and Jeremy Bradley is talking about fur babies this week. Adopting dogs can be a joyous thing but what happens when you actually feel bad about rescuing a dog from the shelter? JB explains his happiness but grief that he was leaving so many others behind when he adopted his dog. On the flip side, surrendering a dog seems like the easiest way to create change in your household but it could be something you regret if you don't put effort into being a pet parent. Plus, people always laugh and say that dogs are stupid but they have a tremendous memory. JB shares stories about how his dogs very quickly pick up on new routines. Later, have you ever wondered why dogs do certain things? Do you really want to know or do you prefer to keep it a mystery and make up your own reason?

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