Horse Behavior and Training

Horse Training and Behavior – Past, Present and Future Guest CAAB Chatters: Robin Foster, Ph.D., CAAB and Sharon Madere THE PAST:  Horse training has a long and global history with techniques that have evolved over millennia.  For most of that history, man’s relationship with the horse has been primarily utilitarian for the purposes of transportation,…

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Evaluating, Managing and Modifying Resource Guarding

Guest CAAB Chatters: Amy Marder, VMD, CAAB and Ms. Lindsay Wood, M.A., ACAAB Dogs are known to sometimes protect, or guard, items they want sole, or at least priority access to. The behaviors may include threats – showing teeth, growling; aggression – biting; or “keep-away” behaviors in which the dog runs from anyone trying to…

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Cat Social Behavior

Cat Social Relationships: What Makes Them Work and Why Do they Go Wrong? Guest CAAB Chatters: Victoria Voith, DVM, Ph.D., DACVB and Jessica Lockhart, Ph.D., CAAB   This CAABChat was a great success.  We’re drawing people from all over the world, and from interested pet owners to those who want to do their own research!…

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