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.
For this week’s Do This With Your Pet column at ReadyMade.com, I discussed my dog’s ongoing correspondence with Barack Obama. Amos is on his email list.
When it comes to dressing up dogs, Easter hats seem rather benign compared to some of the outfits to which people subject their animals.
Our iPhones our tracking us. But dogs are still off the map!
In the parks all around Bend, OR, geese are a problem. Actually, it’s more the geese poo that seems to be the issue.
Easter isn’t such a great time for bunnies: Each year, people bring them into their homes in order to make them sit on colored eggs and do any other number of demoralizing things. Then, quite often, they release them into parks where they mate…like bunnies.