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A Dog’s Fur Contains Fewer Harmful Germs than a Man’s Beard by Stanley Coren

Dogs shed fewer microbes during medical scanning than do bearded men. When it comes to modern medical practice it has become routine to require an …

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How to Choose a Puppy

There is nothing as wonderful as a new puppy in your home; seeing the world unfolding before their eyes as they wonder at every new …

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How to teach a dog to come​

Come On Command Some dogs are easier to train than others. You need to know and remember that. You also need to know and remember …

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Getting a Puppy by James Reavil

We sometimes have a very romantic notion of what owning a dog, especially a gundog breed will be like. Long walks in the countryside, laying …

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Training the Bull Breeds

When asked to write about training specifically the bull-breeds, one cannot help but to think of the sad state of affairs resulting in the decline …

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How to Train Several Dogs in One Household

Training multiple dogs As a teenager, I went to my local German Shepherd Dog training club. I had two German Shepherds at this time and …

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Why Do Dogs Bite Children?

In the UK of late there have been some appalling incidents involving children being very badly attacked and even killed by dogs. These are tragedies …

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Dog Behaviour In The Park

I love studying the behaviour of dogs almost as much as I love studying the behaviour of people…so the two species combined can keep me …

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Not Good With Other Dogs – Ross Haynes

I sought the help of Vicky Lawes because our rescue Labrador, Simba, was not good with other dogs and in worst cases was aggressive towards …

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A Career in Dogs by Colin Tennant

A Professional Career in Dog Behaviour and Training In general you will need to learn Canine Behaviour theory through academic study and this is a …

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Integrating Social Ecology in Explanations of Wolf-Dog Behavioural Differences

Highlights Wolf–dog differences have been explained as a result of human selection for desirable behaviours. But wolves and dogs also have different feeding ecologies and …

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