Advances in animal behavior has helped veterinarians provide less stressful care to many patients, both large and small. The ability to correctly read the body language of stress before it reaches aggression, and then respond to this by changing the exam room, treatment and hospitalization areas has helped keep...
Dog Training Methods Affect Attachment to the Owner Originally posted on Companion Animal Psychology Dogs trained with aversive methods are less likely to show a ‘secure base’ effect, study shows. When people use aversive methods to train dogs, it is associated with risks to the dog’s welfare, including fear, stress,...
Many clients have called me in to address their dog’s bolting behavior. Bolting refers to a dog’s tendency to run through an open door and off into the wild blue yonder, often then refusing to come when called. I’ve written before on how to improve a dog’s response to...
Teach your dog to relax on cue! https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/decoding-your-pet/201709/back-school-your-pet-let-s-all-just-relax
How to Train Dogs to Use Pet Stairs and Ramps This infographic was created by topdogtips.com
Upcoming Book Publication: Train your Dog Now! From Simon and Schuster publishing company: The forthcoming book Train Your Dog Now! Your Instant Training Handbook, from Basic Commands to Behavior Fixes by Jennifer L. Summerfield, DVM CPDT-KA (March 6, 2018), presents an effective, new way to train a dog, with bite-sized instructions to help owners teach...
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