It’s scientifically proven that… I don’t know

Shout-out about guest post on the Sedrick Vangronsveld dog training blog
By Laure-Anne Visele, August 2014

About the author

I am a canine behaviour therapist and dog trainer. I graduated in Zoology, certified in dog training, then got a postgrad specialization in applied animal behaviour. When I am not training dogs for OhMyDog! (dog training school in The Hague) or helping rehabilitate them, I read and write about dog behaviour.

It’s scientifically proven…

Sedrick Vangronsveld is a Belgian colleague of mine. He is a certified dog behaviour therapist and has practiced for years alongside being a veterinary technician. Check him out if you’re in the Dutch-speaking part of Belgium and need an evidenced-based and ethical approach to your dog problems.

Sedrick asked me to write a short article on his website so I tried my hands at writing in Dutch. It took a bit of grammatical polishing up, but am happy with the results.

Check it here if you want to read about one of my pet peeves: people who quote fake scientific findings to back up their claims. Oh, and it talks of getting married to your dog trainer and getting breast-fed by a she-wolf. What can be better?



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