Can kittens do math? What a new study tells us about cats’ cognitive abilities By: Dr. Mikel Maria Delgado Click HERE for original post Can kittens do math? Most, if not all, animals show the ability to perform a rudimentary form of math. We call the ability to tell...
The Feline Grimace Scale Helps You Know if Your Cat is in Pain by Zazie Todd, PhD Click here for original post Cats have a reputation for being inscrutable and It’s well known that it’s hard to spot when a cat is in pain, so the Feline Grimace Scale is an...
What are Cat Pheromones and What Do They Do? By Zazie Todd, PhD Click Here for original post What are pheromones? Pheromones are chemical signals, technically called semiochemicals because they have meaning. Cats produce various pheromones and leave them as chemical signals that they or other cats will notice. The one...
3 Easy Ways to Get Started with Training Your Cat Click Here for original post By Zazie Todd PhD If you’ve never trained one of your pets before, it can feel a bit intimidating to get started. Especially when your pet is a cat. But the good news is...
How do cats use space? Part 3: Looking at relationships by Dr. Mikel Maria Delgado Click Here for original post In this third post about how cats use space, we are now going to take a hyper-focused look at not just how you lay out the resources for cats...
How do cats use space? Part 2: Multiple & separated key resources By Dr. Mikel Maria Delgado Click Here for original post In my last blog post, I covered a study that looked at how 14 cats in one home environment used their space. As you may have observed, space was...
How do cats use space? Part 1 By Dr. Mikel Maria Delgado Click Here for original post There have been several studies of feral cat colonies, their social interactions, how cats co-exist, and what factors (such as food availability) are related to the density of cat populations (for example,...
Can science help us give behavior advice more effectively? by: Dr. Mikel Maria Delgado Click Here for original post As a cat behavior consultant, I’m always looking for ways to improve the effectiveness of the services I provide for my clients, and to increase the likelihood that they will...
Manners, Cues, Management, and the Language of a Better Relationship with Dogs by Zazie Todd, PhD Click Here for original post Do you ever think about the different ways in which we talk about dogs and dog training—and the extent to which it reflects (or shapes) how we interact with dogs? Old-fashioned...
Another study shows…technology can help cats lose weight! By Dr. Mikel Maria Delgado Click Here for original post Last year, I told you about a study that found that feeding cats from a SureFeed microchip feeder helped cats lose weight above and beyond just being placed on a weight...
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My veterinary practice, established in 2007, is Great Lakes Veterinary Behavior Consultants. It is a behavior-only veterinary clinic in Livonia, Michigan (southeast Michigan). I also offer housecalls. I have a wonderful, knowledgeable trainer working for me. She is soon to finish her program to become a KPA CTP. Read more...
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Conduct behavior correction and counseling of positive reinforcement/humanitarian methods based on the latest knowledge and theory in veterinary behavioral academia, not correction methods using coercion/aversive learning. The basis of behavioral therapy is to find the best approach for the situation and environment, which requires systematic analysis of the causes of behavioral problems from various perspectives. * Factor analysis: genetic background, Read more...
I am a Veterinarian with advanced studies in Ethology, Comparative Psychiatry, Learning, Psychopharmacology, therapy in complex multi-species family systems, and university teaching. I specialize in solving moderate and complex behavior cases in dogs and cats with an integrative approach that departs from the usual way of handling cases, which currently has a very low success rate. If you want my Read more...
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I am a behavioral psychologist and trainer. My company, LOMA Behavior and Training, is an animal training company specializing in resolving and preventing behavior concerns with dogs and cats. I supervise a team of behavior specialists and animal trainers. My team applies the science of psychology, behavior analysis, and animal behavior to the behavior issues presented by the typical family Read more...
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Dr. Caryn is an Animal Behaviorist and Trainer with over 13 years of experience with dogs (and 30 years of experience with marine mammals). From puppies to seniors, from ordinary behavioral problems to aggression and anxiety, she will work with you and your vet to ensure the best outcome for your dog. Dr. Caryn holds a PhD in Animal Behavior Read more...
Dr. Emily Hall, DVM, CCRT, CPAT-KA I’m a rehabilitation veterinarian and certified animal trainer and the canine rehabilitation therapist at Tulsa Animal Rehab & Wellness. I am focused on coaching concerned or frustrated pet parents to help them build an incredible relationship with their canine companion and unlock a dream life together. DVM: Doctor of Veterinary Medicine CCRT: Certified Canine Rehabilitation Read more...
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