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A day in the life of a dog behaviourist in Den Haag

A day in the life of a dog behaviourist in The Hague, article by Canis bonus. November 2016 Details allowing the reader to recognize my clients, like consult dates, dog’s characteristics and training locations, were deliberately mixed up for confidentiality purposes. Author: Laure-Anne Visele. Illustration credits at the end of the post About the author: […]

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The seven year itch: another dog myth bites the dust

Article about dog years equivalence in human age By Laure-Anne Visele, July 2012 One dog year = seven human years = zero truth If a rule of thumb is too convenient, it’s just too good to be true. The ‘seven-year rule’ is no exception. Here’s a more intelligent way to estimate your dog’s maturity in […]

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Dog training stages: teach your dog ANYTHING

Blog post about the dog training stages – ‘watch me‘ protocol By Laure-Anne Visele, dog training in The Hague, June 2012. The secret recipe for ALL dog training Training stages are steps through which to take the dog before he masters something new. If you get the principle, you can pretty much teach anything. In […]

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