Book Review: Let Dogs Be Dogs. September 2017
Who is Going to Win? – Video Analysis August 2013
Confrontational Techniques Elicit Aggression May 2013
Mounting By Any Other Name March 2013
“Dominance” Mythologies August 2010
Leadership April 2010
Dog Training and the “D” Word April 2010
Dogs & “Dominance” – What’s a Person to Do? April 2010
The “D Word” and Social Relationships in Dogs April 2010
The Concept Formerly Described as “Dominance” March 2010
Cesar Millan and Merial June 2009
Action/Re-Action: The temptations of the dominance fallacy
Beyond Words: The light and the dark side of a relationship without speech
Training Daze: Even a bad example can have a good influence
Peace, Patience & Pack Politics. Forget “Alpha” – the rules of group living apply to all
Early Education: All puppy classes are not created equal
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