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Article on the front page of the Dog Lover Daily

Shout out about article in the Dog Lover Daily By Laure-Anne Viselé, July 2012. There’s no feeling like seeing one of your articles on another blog or on-line newspaper. It’s happened again. This time, with the Dog Lover Daily. The article is about translating dog years into human years, and it landed on the front page. […]

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The Case of the learned dog: chat with a dog scientist

Interview with dog scientist and author of multiple published pet books: Linda Case By Laure-Anne Viselé, August 2010 This interview is part of my Dog Professionals Hall of fame, showcasing the dog professions in all their glory. Linda Case, Dog scientist Actually Linda is an animal scientist, but I figured dog would sound more on-topic. Linda has […]

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Welcome to Canis BLOGus

Canis BLOGus – Dog blogging: making evidence-based fun A critical thinking blog about all things dogs for owners, researchers and professionals. I share insights and techniques about the cases I see in my dog behaviour therapy practice (Den Haag), I review dog books, I discuss findings of important research articles, and I discuss controversial issues. […]

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The D-Word: On dogs and dominance

Reference to Helium article about dogs and dominance. By Laure-Anne Viselé, July 2010; Last updated April 2012 Writing for Helium I have just published my first article for Helium. You can find it on: The D-Word. It’s about my favourite subject: debunking the dominance myth. Like the article? Vote for it on Helium. This was the article […]

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Ethics and dog journalism

Article about ethics when covering canine subjects. By Laure-Anne Viselé, July 2010 The other day, I found myself, not for the first time, in an ethical conundrum while conducting an interview. Another traditional training school I was talking to a representative of a training club which produces guard and police dogs. He was the sweetest […]

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