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Case study: French bulldog with noise phobia

Blog post by dog behaviourist Laure-Anne Visele, The Hague: case study on dog-dog aggression due to frustrated greeting. Privacy: Essential details have been changed in the story, to avoid the owners being recognized. The details and photo were shared with explicit permission from the owners. [shared with explicit owner permission] Written in: July 2018. Illustration […]

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Case study: dog-dog aggression through frustrated greeting

Blog post by dog behaviourist Laure-Anne Visele, The Hague: case study on dog-dog aggression due to frustrated greeting. Privacy: Essential details have been changed in the story, to avoid the owners being recognized. The details and photo were shared with explicit permission from the owners. Written in: July 2018. Illustration credits at the end of […]

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Scaredy dogs: the two fear periods

Blog post by dog behaviourist Laure-Anne Visele, The Hague, explaining dogs’ two fear periods. Privacy: Essential details have been changed in the story, to avoid the owners being recognized Written in: June 2018. Illustration credits at the end of the post. About the author: certified dog trainer in The Hague My name is Laure-Anne and […]

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Dog fear: sensitisation and reactivity thresholds

Blog post by dog behaviourist Laure-Anne Visele, The Hague, explaining sensitisation and reactivity thresholds. Privacy: Essential details have been changed in the story, to avoid the owners being recognized Written in: June 2018. Illustration credits at the end of the post. About the author: certified dog trainer in The Hague My name is Laure-Anne and […]

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Dog training: classical versus operant conditio-what now?

Blog post by dog behaviourist Laure-Anne Visele, The Hague, cracking the old chestnut of operant versus classical conditioning and why it matters. Written in: June 2018. Illustration credits at the end of the post. About the author: certified dog trainer in The Hague My name is Laure-Anne and I am the dog behaviour therapist at […]

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Large scale dog breeders: what can I do about it

Blog post about ‘Broodfokkers, aka large-scale dog breeders’ and how to detect and report them. February 2017 Article by Laure-Anne Visele. References and picture credits at the end of the post. About author: certified dog trainer and applied behaviourist in The Hague My name is Laure-Anne and I am the dog behaviour therapist at Canis […]

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Of course he limps: he’s a Jack Russell. Beware of negative assumptions about dog breeds

Beware of negative claims about dog breeds – article by Canis bonus. December 2016 Author: Laure-Anne Visele. Illustration credits at the end of the post. No modifications were made. About the author: certified dog trainer in The Hague My name is Laure-Anne and I am the dog behaviour therapist at Canis bonus, and Head Trainer […]

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Sloppy puppy class: doing more harm than good?

Dog behaviourist Laure-Anne Visele lists do’s and don’ts of puppy class design. Written in August 2016. Illustration credits at the end of the post About the author: certified dog trainer and applied behaviourist in The Hague My name is Laure-Anne and I am the dog behaviour therapist at Canis bonus, and Head Trainer at OhMyDog! […]

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Ode to a great dog trainer at OhMyDog!

Ode to a great dog trainer and colleague By Laure-Anne Visele, 11 August 2015 OhMyDog!’s latest behaviour coach It’s difficult for me to write Tommaso with any objectivity. In the few months that we have worked together, he has not only managed to become an esteemed colleague, but also a good friend. But let me […]

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Dog Separation Anxiety: prevention tips

Tips for the prevention of separation anxiety in dogs. By Laure-Anne Viselé, July 2012 This article is part of a three-post series on separation anxiety. It focuses on tips and habits to prevent dog from developing separation anxiety, or to prevent a relapse if he is just rehabilitated. Two more articles were written in this […]

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