Misty & Gypsy’s Visual Signals to Us, Part Two March 2021
What are Misty and Gypsy Telling Us About Stress Signals? March 2021
Aggression, Fear and Gut Health. . . Joined at the Hip? May 2019
Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself March 2019
Dogs and Psychological Trauma February 2017
Using Play to Treat Aggression October 2008
Fear in Dogs and In-Utero Experience June 2009
Juvenile-Onset Shyness & Juvenile-Onset Myopia September 2010
Treatment Plans for Behavioral Regressions Part I, Part II December 2011
I’m Okay, You’re Okay: A gentle hand or tasty treat doesn’t reinforce fear, it reduces it
Action or Angst? Guilt is a lousy treatment plan for behavioral problems
Fear in Dogs: Where does it begin?
A Glass Half-full: All emotions may not be equal, but they are equally powerful
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