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The tragedy of serious dog bites – guest post by Caroline Kilsdonk

Thought-provoking article on the genetic and environmental factors behind severe dog bites By veterinarian and (geriatry) zootherapist Caroline Kilsdonk, September 2015. Translation: Laure-Anne Visele Full illustration credits at the end of the post About the author: zootherapist in Canada Caroline is an accredited veterinarian, mother of four, zootherapist, bioethics graduate and talented blogger. Her intellectual […]

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Latest dog book review: Dogs bite but balloons and slippers are more dangerous

Dog book review announcement: Dogs bite: but balloons and slippers are more dangerous By Laure-Anne Visele, February 2015   About the review’s author: certified dog trainer in The Hague I run Canis bonus, a behaviour therapy  practice for dogs with behaviour problems. I am also the co-founder and head trainer at OhMyDog! (dog training school in The Hague). I […]

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