Autism in Dogs? August 2022
Do Privileges Affect Behavior? November 2021
Got Dogs? (As in, More Than One?) August 2021
The Evolution of Play–A Case Study with Skip and Maggie February 2021
Different place, different dog? October 2020
Luring, Prompting and Shaping August 2020
The Premack Principle to the Rescue May 2020
Don’t Think About Red (or Touch Your Face). April 2020
Dog Parks: The Controversy, and Out of Africa Part II February 2020
Whale Eye. Nothing to Do with Whales. December 2019
Don’t Let the Chain Fool You July 2019
A Bark by Any Other Name . . . June 2019
Pica in Dogs–Or, Eaten Any Good Rocks Lately? October 2018
Barking. Please Stop. July 2017
Sleep Disturbance Case – Urgent February 2017
Dogs and Psychological Trauma February 2017
Tired Dog? Good. Overtired Dog?…Not so Good. October 2016
Free to a Good Home (Booklets, Not Dogs!) September 2016
Adopting Littermates… Don’t September 2014
New Thoughts on Barking July 2014
Behavior Modification vs. Management July 2009
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