Furever is a film-in-progress about the lengths people go to to hold on to their beloved pets.
Freyja Kristindottir demonstrates how to train your dog to understand that the sound of the doorbell means “Shut your face.”
Harry Potter fans have been dismayed to learn that Berry, the black German Shepherd, has gone from film star to charity case.
B.F. Skinner, the great 20th century psychologist and social philosopher, had an idea about how to bring about world peace. It involved teaching pigeons to guide missiles.
This spoof of The Dog Whisperer displays better training than I’ve ever seen suggested by the real Cesar Millan.
Changing the behavior behind my smart phone addiction was not unlike the kind of problems that arise in training a dog.
My dog photobombed this picture of two formidable doyennes of dog training.
A former FBI man offers up an option for the dog owner who neither wants his pets running in the street nor shocked with electric prongs. His answer: A good training plan.
In 1934, electric dog shock collars looked more obviously like the torture devices they are.
Many people put shock collars on their dogs. But would you put one on your child? Some would.