Keeping Kids and Dogs Safe–From Each Other January 2023
Dog Bite Prevention Week (Month? Year?) April 2022
Talking to Other Dog Owners–Tread Carefully July 2021
“Invites Decrease Bites.” Making Dogs and Young Children Safe June 2021
I’m Little And Adorable. Don’t Make Me Bite You. September 2020
Aggression, Fear and Gut Health. . . Joined at the Hip? May 2019
Assessing Food Guarding Tests in Shelters August 2018
Great Photo of “Hard Eye,” & What to Do When You See It January 2017
Tired Dog? Good. Overtired Dog?…Not so Good. October 2016
When Is It Time to Put Down a Dog Who is Aggressive to People? March 2015
Is “Territorial Aggression” a Useful Term? June 2014
Confrontational Techniques Elicit Aggression May 2013
Preventing Dog Bites May 2012
Treatment Plans for Behavioral Regressions Part I, Part II December 2011
Anger & Anger Management December 2011
“Blocking Boards” as a Tool in Aggression Cases August 2011
Please Believe Me! Trouble is Brewing! Part I, Part II November 2009
Using Play to Treat Aggression October 2008
Aggression, Is it in the Breeding?
Action or Angst? Guilt is a lousy treatment plan for behavioral problems
Not Tonight, I Have a Paw Ache: That suddenly cranky pup could be suffering from undiagnosed pain
Here’s the good news: It’s fun to train your dog! Here’s the bad news: You have to learn how. More good news: It’s not hard to learn. . . and this is a great place to get started.
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Links to other great websites & information on becoming a professional trainer or behaviorist, questions for your veterinarian, and everything in between!
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