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Can RSPCA be trusted to help our dogs?
Dog Behaviour Specialist or Vet Behaviourist? You decide.
Emotive ideology, and its possible link to inappropriate punishment
Emotive rhetoric and its influences on the dog owning public
Is there a correlation between current training methodology & the increase in dog bites?
Is your dog suffering in silence at the hands of your Vet Behaviourist?
My response to Vet Behaviourist Dr Kersti Seksel
My views on Victoria Stilwells latest blog
No censorship, and that anthropomorphic 'love' word again
Prozac and the dog that shouldn't be.
Start teaching your dog to say NO!
The 'furbaby syndrome', the humanising of dogs
The big dog con, of the past 16 years
The Emotive Based Unreality
The lie about science-based training methods, and pushing half the science
The most important value any dog trainer should hold on to is integrity.
The punishment dilemma
The Rescue Dilemma, Helping Our Dogs.
Utopia doesn't exist for our dogs
What does the future hold for dog ownership?
Training & Behaviour
A dogs emotional awareness, and its cognitive ability to control its emotions
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure
Are You Really Stopping Unwanted Behaviours?
But People Are Not Dogs
Dealing with aggression
Do animals fear death?
Do You Have A Healthy Bond With Your Dog?
Dog trainers selling snake oil
Dog trainers selling snake oil - part 2
Ecollar, the least invasive training tool available
It's never just about the dog
Killing Our Dogs With Love - the addiction of affection
Mother (Nature) Knows Best!
Mother nature knows best
Punishment, the evil word in dog training
Respecting personal space, and dominance the evil word
Road rage, not just a human condition
The Act of Punishment
The Avoidance Of (administering) Discomfort
The emotional dog trainer, and drawn out methodology
The good dog bad dog that isn't, and what the future holds
The Importance Of Consistent Behavioural Boundaries
The Importance Of Controlling Personal Space
The Leadership Void
To truly help a dog, don't become attached to a tool or method
We all want to avoid discomfort
Why negative punishment is not always our best option
Your dog does not love you
Your Emotional Needs Should Not Override Your Dogs Instinctive Needs
5 pointers for a calm well-balanced puppy
Training & Behaviour
In-Home Dog Behavioural Consults
Private Obedience Lessons
Online Dog Behaviour & Training Consultations
Dog Reactive & Obedience Group Classes