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.
Positive reinforcement explained
Clicker training isn’t just for dogs. Some Bostonians are using clickers as punishers to try to rid themselves of their accents.
There are few things that cannot be accomplished with reward-based positive reinforcement dog training. Squirrels can learn obstacle courses. Fish can learn to swim through hoops. Dogs can read! So why is there still widespread…
Earlier today, my friend Jay at Dog Habitat passed along the following email from Calla Wright, who works for the Farm Sanctuary.
Julie Klausner has secrets, and she wants to tell them to your cat. This would make her…The Cat Whisperer.