The “Alpha Dog” and “Pack Mentality” methods of training rely heavily on the assumption that dogs behave as wolves. Knowing what… Read more Dogs and Wolves are Different. So What?
Any feedback on the “Sense Series” would be greatly appreciated. You may make multiple selections and you may elaborate under… Read more Sense Series Evaluation
Have you ever wondered how you’re able to welcome your dog into your home? Why can’t we share our beds and kitchens with… Read more Doggy Domestication
That’s the key difference between dogs and wolves. Dogs look to us for guidance. They understand our perspective and read our communicative intentions.
When a dog growls, he is attempting to communicate his discomfort, fear, or coming aggression. This means of communication should not be punished, it should be listened to and taken seriously.
Imagine it’s completely dark and you’re trying to find your way to the kitchen for a midnight snack. You’d stick… Read more 5. Sense of Touch
In remembrance of the lives lost on 9/11, the fear experienced by family and friends and bystanders, and the heroism and teamwork demonstrated by all rescue forces.
The sense of taste exists because it is essential for survival. Taste buds control our cravings and our consumption, warning us of dangerous substances and encouraging balanced diets.
Ever wondered why your dog seemingly barks for no reason? Now you know. There’s a whole world of sounds we’re unaware of. It’s not always easy being a superhero.
If we deprive our dogs of sniffing a house guest, we’re basically asking them to meet someone blindfolded. If we constantly pull their leash while we’re out on a walk, we’re not allowing them to read the newspaper, to get all the daily gossip about the neighborhood.