Monthly Archives: September 2014

Dog jealousy: not a myth after all?

Quick review of a research paper on dogs and jealousy (Harris & Prouvost, 2014) By Laure-Anne Visele, Sep 2014. About the author I am the co-founder and head trainer at OhMyDog! (dog training school in The Hague) and run my own canine behaviour therapy practice at Canis bonus. I graduated in Zoology, certified in dog training, […]

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Geriatric zootherapy: fighting elderly isolation one dog at a time

Interview with Caroline Kilsdonk, geriatry zootherapist By Laure-Anne Visele: Interview date Aug 2014. Release date Sep 2014. ABOUT THE AUTHOR I am a dog trainer and canine behaviour therapist. I graduated in Zoology, certified in dog training, then got my postgrad specialization in applied animal behaviour. When I am not training dogs for OhMyDog! (dog training school […]

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Latest good review: And still it’s a good dog

My latest book review is out. ‘And still it’s a good dog’ is a book written in Dutch. The authors, a historian and a behaviour veterinarian, interviewed owners of dogs with serious behaviour problems about what they went through. It shares their stories of personal growth and heart break. It talks of the intolerance of the public and the courage of the […]

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Latest dog book review: Zoobiquity

My latest book review is out. Taster: The book was written by a cardiologist and psychiatrist with a growing obsession for comparative medicine: Alexandra Natterson Horowitz. The central question is: “Do animals also get…?” (fill in the blank with every imaginable human disorder). The resounding answer to that question is yes again and again. So pick this […]

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