Many dogs do not enjoy the chaos and frenetic activity all too common at public events like fundraising walks. This post reviews how to evaluate your dog’s body language so you can assess if they are comfortable or would rather be at home.
This post contains a link to an article and video discussing new research that indicates dogs are more responsive to high-pitched voices that vary. It refutes the myth that one should speak to a dog in a deep, authoritative tone.
Just like people, dogs also have a space bubble, the personal space they expect others to respect. This post discusses how to identify a dog’s space bubble and interact with them respectfully.
Shared Blog Post – What Do Dogs, Cats and Chairs Have in Common? – The Need for a New Legal Definition of Living Property
This article published by BARKS from the Guild discusses the legal status of pets. It suggests a long-overdue reexamination of how the law protects or fails to protect pets. Our pets deserve better.
Pets and Their People, an excellent and trusted resource for people with pets, Recently published this article, Do Pets Experience Emotional Trauma? Written by my friend Judy Luther of www.UnderstandingDogs.us, the article addresses how pets can develop Stockholm Syndrome, just as people can when
Shared Blog Post – NASC Announced Successful Tolerability Study of Cannabidiol Products in Health Dogs
This post from the National Animal Supplement Council (NASC) discusses a study on Cannabidiol products for dogs.
Shared Blog Post – A New Puppy Affects the Existing Dog(s) in Your Household – Here’s What You Need to Know
If you have just added a puppy to a household with an existing dog or are contemplating doing so, I recommend you read this article published in Pets and Their People – A New Puppy Affects the Existing Dog(s) in Your Household – Here’s What