In this blog we discuss a dog’s need for space around food.
A myotherapist explains the impact damaging effects of poor equipment and important anatomical considerations.
If Cheerwal is on the sofa and Nishi tries to climb up, a fight may ensue. What might be behind this?
This article tries to peal back the layers of a so called problem behaviour to understand it better
Mass destruction programs are just not known to work. The Madras Corporation’s unsuccessful catch and kill program that ran for over a 100 years was replaced after a Blue Cross study revealed ineffectiveness of the program
(Click here for the blog in English) Turid Rugaas a tendance à répéter les choses encore et encore. L’une d’elles est “la douleur affecte toujours
“Pain always affects behaviour”. Sounds fairly obvious. But it has taken me all these years of work to really understand this simple idea
Guest blog by Rheea Mukherjee Here’s the thing. Injustice has a way of provoking rage. It’s an anger (for the most part) that comes from compassion. But
Blacky, the streety, trying to invite Tigger to be friends with him. Nishi not faring so well, thanks to us. Read the full story.
Our dogs are brilliant at reading our emotions. Are they paying a price for being so sensitive?
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