Greeting Behavior and Separation Anxiety–Any Effects? March 2021
The Right Stuff Revisited December 2019
Overweight Dogs & Healthy Holiday Food December 2019
Considerations for a City Dog. And Dental Supplies. August 2017
Who’s Your Momma September 2016
What does “Licking” Mean? November 2015
Dognition Canine Assessment Tests March 2013
Happiness in Animals? September 2012
Therapy Dogs – Born or Made? January 2012
The Puppy Chonicles – Puppy Tests Revisited May 2010
Final Exams – Puppy Style May 2010
Personality vs. Temperament March 2009
Gender Gap: Do male and female dogs learn differently?
Training Outside the Box: Can you bet against your dog’s nature and win?
Aggression, Is it in the Breeding?
Well Bred: A three-pronged approach to keeping dogs out of shelters
Fear in Dogs: Where does it begin?
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