Agility with a Difference

Agility with a Difference

By Morag Heirs There are many successful deaf dogs taking part in fun agility, weekly training sessions and ...
The Long Way Home

The Long Way Home

By Lara Joseph It became clear to me that, during Koko’s time at the zoo his interactions with humans had commonly ...
The Equine Play System

The Equine Play System

By Kathie Gregory Play enables an animal to practice and project emotional states in safety, without intent. We ...
Lost and Found

Lost and Found

By Paula Garber Sabi and Wabi are 7-year-old long-haired Russian blue neutered male siblings. When their previous ...
Lulu’s Lottery: Life Lessons from a Boxer

Lulu’s Lottery: Life Lessons from a Boxer

By David Shade I was one of many returning warfighters who had to walk this difficult path of transitioning back ...

Distinguishing Night from Day

By Debbie Bauer Some people living with blind/deaf dogs report that their dogs have trouble staying asleep all ...
Dog Owners Appreciative of Gear Swap

Dog Owners Appreciative of Gear Swap

By Kathy Reilly In April, we participated in Pet Palooza, a local event which was sponsored by the Charlotte ...
Canine Professionals and Court Testimony

Canine Professionals and Court Testimony

By Daniel Antolec “Overaggressive marketing of training services can result in liability based on false ...
From the Horse’s Perspective

From the Horse’s Perspective

By Kathie Gregory There is a general perception that using food in teaching will cause the horse to be rude, mug ...
A Quick Fix

A Quick Fix

By Vicki Ronchette If we expect an animal’s behavior to change, we need to implement changes in the world around ...
A Good Start in Life

A Good Start in Life

By Francine Miller The amount of handling a cat receives, the age at which this occurs, and the number of handlers ...
A Life Full of Learning

A Life Full of Learning

By Rachel Lane Dustin was scared of many things (for example, the refrigerator, and any sort of extreme emotions ...