Tag Archives: dog writing

Article on the front page of the Dog Lover Daily

Shout out about article in the Dog Lover Daily By Laure-Anne Viselé, July 2012. There’s no feeling like seeing one of your articles on another blog or on-line newspaper. It’s happened again. This time, with the Dog Lover Daily. The article is about translating dog years into human years, and it landed on the front page. […]

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Canis bonus shortlisted for best blog 2010/2011

Blog post about Expatica best blog contest By Laure-Anne Viselé, April 2011 Multi-tasking addict It’s no secret that I love being overworked. I forever have a million and a half balls up in the air, and a few projects up my sleeve. Child, dog, husband, studies, writing, … I might have (slightly) over-extended myself this month […]

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Welcome to Canis BLOGus

Canis BLOGus – Dog blogging: making evidence-based fun A critical thinking blog about all things dogs for owners, researchers and professionals. I share insights and techniques about the cases I see in my dog behaviour therapy practice (Den Haag), I review dog books, I discuss findings of important research articles, and I discuss controversial issues. […]

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Ethics and dog journalism

Article about ethics when covering canine subjects. By Laure-Anne Viselé, July 2010 The other day, I found myself, not for the first time, in an ethical conundrum while conducting an interview. Another traditional training school I was talking to a representative of a training club which produces guard and police dogs. He was the sweetest […]

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