behavior

Amazon UK Bans the Sale of Prong Collars

To the people who say, “My dog has never been hurt on this, and it’s the only way he can learn self-control,” answer this question: would you use a prong collar on your children to teach them self-control? Read more

Introducing Dogs to Cats

Many dogs and cats coexist peacefully and happily together, and great friendships can develop between them. Here are some helpful tips to follow when introducing a dog and cat to each other. Read more

AN INTERVIEW WITH VICTORIA STILWELL

Victoria Stilwell is one of the world’s most recognized and respected dog trainers. She is best known for her role as the star of Animal Planet’s hit TV series It’s Me or the Dog Read more

10 Pet Safety Tips for the 4th of July

The 4th of July can be one of the most dangerous days of the year for pets. Read more

Lost Cats and Dogs: Your Pets Versus 4th of July Fireworks

Do you know what day is historically the busiest day of the year in animal shelters all across the country? It’s the FIFTH of July. Read more

Put A Muzzle On It

In the contest of who dislikes the thought of putting a muzzle on my dog, I’d come in a close second to the dog who has to wear it. Read more

Living In The Moment

Of all of the silly things I hear in regard to dog behavior the proclamation that ‘dogs live in the moment’ perhaps takes the cake. Read more

An Interview With Ian Dunbar

John Bell Young interviews world renowned dog trainer, behaviorist, lecturer, and author Dr. Ian Dunbar. Read more

Canine Culture: The Experts Speak

An unprecedented series of in-depth interviews with the world’s best trainers and behaviorists offers invaluable insight for any pet owner interested in fostering a stronger relationship with their dog. Read more

Fearful Dog Talk

I have had the opportunity to chat with a variety of radio and podcast hosts about the topic nearest and dearest to my heart. Read more

THE BELLY BUTTON RULE

Until a dog has the skills to come into contact with the things that cause them to react negatively, don’t risk them getting in over their heads. Read more

The Behavior Sandwich

People often think of a dog’s behavior in much the same way as they think about a sandwich. It’s usually the meat in the middle that they are most concerned with. But behavior, like a sandwich has more going on than just the filling. What’s around the filling can matter a lot. Read more

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