Walking the Terminology Tightrope

Monday, November 20th at 6:00 pm MST No cost to join the LIVE webinar but you must register at We all know that the professionals who help people understand and modify their pets’ behaviors come from a variety of backgrounds.  These range from dog training academies to undergraduate or graduate degrees in psychology, social…

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Canine Science 2017

Intriguing Papers Presented at the Canine Science Conference 2017   The Canine Science Collaboratory, headed by Dr. Clive Wynne just finished its first Canine Science Conference in Phoenix Arizona.  Papers were presented by an international, interdisciplinary collection of speakers.  Presentations ranged from factors influencing behavior at the genetic and biochemical level, to observing interactions between…

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Service Dog Teams Reprise

On September 1st, 2017 we all suffered a great loss.  Dr. Mary Lee Nitschke, Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist, and Professor Emeritus at Linfield College died in Portland Oregon from Acute Myelogenous Leukemia.  Mary Lee was a close personal friend of ours for over 20 years.  Her contributions to the world of animal behavior and training,…

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