Monthly Archives: February 2011

Front page of the Dog Training Daily again

Two-liner promoting the Dog Training Daily By Laure-Anne Viselé, February 2011 Another bit of shameless self-promotion, if you’ll allow me. I am chuffed that my article on the How to respond to fallacies in dog training is on the front page of the Dog Training Daily. Thanks for the hard work Tim (DTD editor)! Further […]

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Hearing dogs

Interview with dog trainer for Hearing Dogs, Lucy Rimmer By Laure-Anne Viselé, February 2011; Released May 2011 Hearing Dogs UK – skills, organisation, friendliness I’d long been intrigued by the work of hearing dogs. So one day, I contacted Hearing Dogs for Deaf People for an interview. That’s how I got to speak with training team leader, […]

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No Science About It

Guest post about dog training and science, By Julie Nutter, dog blogger, Feb 2011 Introduction The bloggospere’s wittiest dog writer, Julie Nutter, kindly accepted to write a guest post on Canis bonus. Boy did she deliver! Read on to discover Julie’s fresh and thought-provoking style.ert line here insert line here No Science About It And […]

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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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Protected: Dog dung censored. Password in main ‘dog dung vigilantes’ article

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