Posts tagged with: Building Impulse Control

  Most of us in animal welfare have a pretty negative conditioned emotional response to the word “tether.” It evokes images of emaciated dogs in filthy yards attached to heavy chains. In most cities, animal laws preclude owners from keeping...
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Jamie and I had the following conversation the other day: Me: Did I tell you about the Farm Bill dog fighting thing yet? Jamie: Nope. Me: Well, there’s a provision that says it is now a federal crime to attend...
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In her most recent post, Kelly talked about choosing the carrot or the stick in training and as a follow-up, I hope to give you some good real life examples of each. The dog in the video above is Gee,...
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