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Click to Be Fit: Fun Canine Fitness TrainingBy Bridget Thomas on 03/06/2023
The Training Relationship: EngagementBy Hannah Branigan on 04/06/2022
Editor’s note: In her new bestselling book Awesome Obedience: A Positive Training Plan for Compet
Click and Play: Using Play as a ReinforcerBy Angelica Steinker on 04/03/2019
Dogs smile. Just like people, dogs pull the corners of their mouths up high toward their eyes, partially open their mouths, and smile. In 1872, Darwin wrote of the universality of facial expressions in The Expressions of Emotions in Man and Animals. Roughly 130 years later, Dr. Patricia McConnell authored For the Love of a Dog in which she compared human and dog facial expressions using the methods developed by Paul Ekman, the world's leading scientist on the topic. The truth is out: dogs smile, and, of course, experience emotions.
Agility: Teach Your Dog to Enjoy Movement UnderfootBy Deborah Jones PhD on 03/08/2018
An obstacle that can cause a great deal of difficulty for agility dogs is the teeter. If you think about it, it makes absolutely no sense to run up a board that slams to the ground when you reach the top. Any smart dog would have to wonder why he should do such a ridiculous thing.
The Dynamics of Being a Changemaker: An Interview with Michele PouliotBy Julie Gordon on 06/21/2016