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    Adopted a new fur kid recently? Trying to get him to behave well around your children and strangers? Well sit, stay, and listen, as the experts are on the show today ready to discuss technology, techniques, and resources

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Posted in Dog behavior, Dog training, Dog/human relationship, Positive Animal Training, science, Technology

Stress-Free Travel with Your Dog!

Dog playing with family

10 Tips for Stress-Free Travel with Your Dog! by Colleen Demling  Before You Go Do a Dry Run– You may want your dog to join you on your next vacation but your dog might not feel the same. Stay a

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Posted in Dog/human relationship, Fun, Misc, Positive Animal Training

I’m a woman and I love dogs – am I neurotic?

happy woman with dog

One out of five women score high in neuroticism. Anxiety, fear, worry, envy, frustration, jealousy, moodiness, anger and depression characterize people who score high in this personality dimension. They are more easily stressed out, have a higher tendency to being

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Posted in Dog/human relationship, emotions, Misc, Psychology

Thanks for Giving – to all the shelter and rescue workers

Thanksgiving dog

An estimated 3-4 million cats and dogs are put to death in the US alone (according to the APPA statistics). That’s a fantastic decrease from to 12-20 million that were euthanized in the 70s, especially since the overall number of

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Posted in Dog/human relationship, Misc, Shelter

Dog psychology trumps intuition and myth

Lupine Lens Photography

So you’ve just come back from work, walked through your front door, and immediately notice the smell; this awful, yet familiar smell that unequivocally informs you that a dirty deed has been committed. Buster has relieved himself on the new

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Posted in Dog behavior, Dog training, Educational, Positive Animal Training, Resource, Technology

Man’s Best Friend

Boy and his dog

We have shared our lives with man’s best friend for as long as 100,000 years now and quite naturally have developed a sense of familiarity, of closeness and understanding of one another. Many have speculated that because our social lifestyles

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Posted in Dog behavior, Educational, Positive Animal Training, Resource
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