Dog People: Ben Kissel

December 19, 2019 1 min read

The most underrated thing about dogs is their ability to connect us with fellow dog people. So, with the help of our pups, we're on a journey to break the ice with good humans and great dog people!
 
Our first episode of Dog People introduces us to a hilarious, engaging, podcasting dog person, Ben Kissel. Ben is best known for his ultra popular true crime/comedy podcast, Last Podcast on the Left. Equally, if not more, important is Ben's love for his rescue pup, Puffin.
 
Today we get to know more about Ben's path to podcast success, how Puffin came into his life after a night of drinking and internet browsing, and his favorite (or should it be least favorite) criminals that he has covered on Last Podcast on the Left.

 


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