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daycare

Stay or Play? Deciding Whether a Dog Is Right for Daycare


deaf dog

Flash hand
Collar
Hand Signals
LIGHTS Flicker (a clicker for a deaf dog)
Time to Keep an Eye on Your Dog’s Ears?
Training Deaf Dogs


decision

Do Reactive Dogs Suffer from Decision Fatigue?

dehydrated treats

Assorted


dementia

Behaviour reveals sad truth of dog dementia
Book Remember Me - Eileen Anderson.
Brain food
Canine cognitive dysfunction - otherwise known as dementia in dogs
Dementia and anxiety in your older dog – What you can do.
Dementia in Senior Dogs: 6 Ways to Deal With the Effects
Diet
Do You Think Your Dog May Have Dementia?
Five 5 Signs that Your Dog is in Mental Decline…
Help them Up
How to care for an older dog
Sundowning what to do
Things to do!
Video
Wandering Keeping a Wandering Dog Safe and Happy at Night
What Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Can Look Like - Eileen Anderson
What is dementia?



den

Consider the best place to build one
Den for fireworks

Dogs And Den Behaviour where to make a den
Fireworks Season Special (Part 3): Building a den for your pet
Give your dog a den
How to build a fireworks den for your dog
How to Build a Den for noise
Sound Proof Den Cam Day

Why should I Den my Dog?


dentist

No GA

depression

Do Dogs Get Depressed?
Is my dog depressed? The warning signs and solutions



desensitization see classical conditioning


Diary - see behaviour log



diarrhea

Stress & Diarrhea in Dogs


diet

behaviour
Your Backup Brain



displacement

CALMING SIGNALS OR DISPLACEMENT (Many of the “calming signals” fall in one or the other of the following categories of behaviors)
Carrying a Ball Gaile Fisher
COMPULSIVE, STEREOTYPIC AND DISPLACEMENT BEHAVIOURS IN DOGS AND CATS

DISPLACMENT BEHAVIOURS - Aunty Kaye
Displacement Behaviors
Reader's dog offers "displacement behavior"


distance

Using Distance for counter conditioning

distractions Your Reward Should be Greater Than the Distraction!

distress

Distress and Eustress



do as i say

is-it-really-the-best-way?


dog beds
Orvis


dog bites

A New Approach to Dog Bite Prevention


dog fights

Breaking up a Dog Fight
How To Break Up a Dog Fight
How to Break up Dog Fights! PPG


doggy door

Teaching a fearful dog to use the dog door


 

dog parks

At the Dog park
Behaviour and signals - Sue Sternberg
Dog Park Etiquette: Rules to Help Dogs Get Along
'A mosh pit for dogs': canine trainer says off-leash dog parks are 'unnatural'
No Control

TRUTH - The Truth About Dog Parks




dog play

What’s the purpose?


dog to dog Introductions

Dog Introductions, part 1 of 7: Trish King
Sniffing butts
dog treats see Training Treats




dominance
AVBIG - PUTTING THE RECORD STRAIGHT
Aggression is Not the Answer

BALANCED TRAINING - see Balanced Training
Bark Busters: Promoting Facts or Myths?
Debunking Dominance in Dogs - AVA
CESAR MILAN see CESAR MILAN
Dominance Is Not the Answer - dominance typically doesn’t involve aggression, but rather the peaceful deferral of one individual to another.
DOMINANCE RSPCA -

Dominance in pet dog training - Or; Dictators versus Benevolent Leaders
Dominance Training Deprives Dogs of Positive Experiences
Fact vs Fiction, Part 1 - Victoria Stillwell
Hey, Old School Dominance Theory: School’s Out! Nicole Wilde
LOWDOWN - The lowdown on dominance
METHODS - Understanding popular dog training methods
Michael Ellis on Debunks Millan's Views on Dominance
New Study Finds Popular “Alpha Dog” Training Techniques Can Cause More Harm than Good
SOPHIA YIN - The Dominance Controversy

The Alpha Dog Myth: Is Dominance Training Mistreatment?
TRUTH - The Truth About Dominance
Victoria Stillwell - What is Dominance


donna hill

Clicker training
Task Training
You Tube Index

dopamine

David Anderson: Your brain is more than a bag of chemicals
Dopamine Jackpot! Sapolsky on the Science of Pleasure
DOPAMINE - The Pleasure of Anticipation
Let’s All Be Dopamine Trainers
Numbers up for dopamine myth
The uncertainly and anticipation of the reward
The Unyielding Power of Dopamine - BIG THINK
TOO MUCH
What Is Dopamine Responsible for?

drives
Drives
Drives and why the matter - Denise Fense
High Drive Dogs - High drive or enthusiasm ?
Lack Good Breaks and Steering - Suzanne Clothier
Prey Drive Instinct


drugs see Medication

Broken links checked 6th/05/2017


 

 

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