What are Your Dog’s Nicknames, and Why? April 2022
Dogs, Cats and Music. Ready to be Surprised? December 2021
Working on Sound, or, Making Better Noises April 2021
Teaching Dogs to Talk? November 2019
The Poetry of Nick Names November 2019
Ready or Not . . . October 2019
Communication, Plus and Minus. August 2019
A Bark by Any Other Name . . . June 2019
Quiet, Please September 2018
It’s How You Say It February 2018
Canine Behavior and Acoustics in Shelters and Kennels September 2013
New Research on Dogs and Music January 2013
Repeating Cues: Information or Affect? March 2012
Is Silence Golden? February 2012
Are Clicks Better Markers than Words? July 2010
What the Dog Knew February 2010
What do Words Mean to Dogs February 2010
What do Barks Mean? August 2009
Alex and Me, Animal Communication November 2008
Never Repeat a Command August 2008
Visual Signals Before Acoustic? August 2008
The Power of “Woof” June 2010
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