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April 28, 2016

This is Finn. He has learned to walk off-leash at the dog park. As you can imagine, that is a very challenging environment. Finn was a chronic squirrel chaser, but the primary reason the family called for behavior help was that Finn had bitten a guest while at their ho...

April 21, 2016

In Three Dimensional Dog, A Unified Theory of Canine Behavior, I write about Oliver -- a black Labrador Retriever who left his home on a planned mission to find a new family. A similar story is now being reported out of Russia near the Ukrainian boarder.

Shavia is a bla...

April 20, 2016

The belief that dogs are machines is still going strong today. This has given way to the pervasive belief that nothing exists inside their head but a set of mechanical, conditioned responses.

 

That belief has given rise to training regiments that condition dogs -- prim...

April 8, 2016

I spend a lot of time looking for answers to bridge the disconnect between man and dog. It was, after-all, what inspired the writing of Three Dimensional Dog, A Unified Theory of Canine Behavior. The purpose of this book was not to tell us how to train our dogs, but ra...

April 4, 2016

A dog is not just a static set of "drives" and conditioned responses, but rather are cognitive creatures that learn, innovate, solve problems, plan missions, attach to parents, and are capable of complex and human-like behavior such as empathy.

 

But the old wolf theorie...

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