Relationships Between People & Pets

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Some We Love, Some We Hate, Some We Eat  September 2010

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Human-Animal Relationships; People and Dogs  January 2009

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ARTICLES ABOUT RELATIONSHIPs BETWEEN PEOPLE AND PETS

Beyond Words: The light and the dark side of a relationship without speech

Action/Re-Action: The temptations of the dominance fallacy

Speak up: If your dog could talk, what would she talk about?

Take Two Giggles and Call Me in the Morning: Enrichment activities are stimulating for you and your dog

The Right Touch: Where, how and when you pet your dog makes a difference

Love Story: Our extraordinary love affair with dogs

Get Real: Fight frustrations by adjusting your expectations

Lessons from Sheepdogs: The source of a lifetime of learning

Pet Peeves: Let's hear it for the family dog

Once in a Lifetime: Why all our dogs can't be above average

Rites of Passage: Navigating the loss of a beloved dog

 

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