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bulletsafety

10 effective ways to help our dogs feel safe - Jennifer Cattet Ph.D.
Canine Psychology 101: Lomonaco's Dog Hierarchy of Needs
Counter Conditioning and Safety
Give Your Dog an Instant Safe Haven On Walks
Helping a Fearful Dog Feel Safe and reasons why they aren't - Eileen Anderson
HOLIDAYS - Helping Your Dog Feel Safe During the Holidays
If Only That Hadn't Happened, This Dog Would Be Fine - Suzanne Clothier
NO Glasgow Dog Trainer
NoIse phobIas IN dogs AVA

Observation Skills: BUILD
PADDING The Power of Padding
PETTING How to Ask if A Dog Really Likes to Be Petted (Dog Charming)
THE POWER OF CHOICE- safety
Use Protection
Safety Signals - Melissa Starling!
Walking Safely, blind corners, La Trenda
What “Keeping the Dog Feeling Safe” Can Consist Of - Eileen Anderson



 

scared dog

3 Things NOT to do With a Scared Dog!


 

Scent nosework. sense of smell, tracking ,scenting SEEKING, hunt drive

AIRFLOW- How Scent and Airflow Works
ANTICIPATION - The Pleasure of Anticipation
BLOG K9 NOSEWORK
10 Reasons to like it!
Ability To Follow Scent to Source
ABORTING - It’s OK to abort a Nosework search
ACSW® site.
ACSW RULES

AGING - Aging Hides/Intensities
AGING - How Scent Works: Scent Plumes, Wind and Aging

AGING - The Science of Aged Hides in Small Rooms
Airflow Analysys
AIRFLOW - How Scent and Airflow Works
ALERT - Cues, distractions and false alerts in scent detection (nosework)
ALERT - False Alerts and the Final Response
ALERT- FALSE - How to Identify a False Alert
ALERT- Focusing on Distractions in a K9 Nose Work® Search
ALERT - Last piece of the behaviour chain
ALERT -

Taking the Leap to Alert on an Inaccessible Hide
Alert! (The Final Response)
ALERT True or False
AMYGDALA - "The amygdala processes fear and reward-seeking behaviors"
Amygdala Hijack
AMYGDALA - Smells Ring Bells: How Smell Triggers Memories and Emotions
Anxious dogs - To Trial Or Not To Trial
Area Search -smoke
BACKCHAINING the final response
BEHAVIOURAL - The Behavioral Benefits of Nosework
BLANK ROOMS
BLIND - Thinking & Acting "Blind" in K9 Nose Work®
Bracketing Behavior on Inaccessible 15May15
Blank Rooms - The Motivation Conundrum
BOXES - Getting Started in Nose Work - Jill Marie Obrien
Bricks -
Beginning to Develop Pin-Point Precision Using Bricks
Canine Cognitive Dysfunction (CCD) - Nosework: A Ray of Hope for Dogs with CCD
Canine Emotion - Emotion and the Senses
Canine Emotion -SEEKING

Canine Horizens - scent work for liver
CHANGES OF BEHAVIOUR - Why Dogs Don’t Remember Changes of Behavior
CER - Nosework and the Fearful Dog
CER - Why Nosework Works

Channeling Your Dog’s Natural Instincts into a Fun Activity
Clarity - The Confidence Building Value of Clarity
CLASSICAL CONDITIONING and Pavlov - What Is Scent Work?
Clicker Focussed Response Andrew Ramsay indication
Clicker Using a Clicker to train Canine Nosework Andrew Ramsay

CONFIDENCE - ELEVATION - What Constitutes a YES in Elevation?

Confidence - Where Lies Confidence and Motivation?
Converging odour
Crowding - Proximity of Influence
Competition Australia
Denise Fenzi on line classes -uses operant conditioning
Denise Fenze sample classes
Distractions - Andrew Ramsay
DISTRACTIONS Focusing on Distractions in a K9 Nose Work® Search
Distractions How to Train Distractions with Fun Nosework Games
DISTRACTIONS - TRAINING DISTRACTIONS IN NOSEWORK

Doorways - A K9 Nose Work® Odor Workout

DOPAMINE - click here
DRIVES HUNT building
DRIVE Hunt and Prey Search and Rescue
DRIVES HUNT - starting off with boxes
DRIVES HUNT drive K9 Nose Work® Dogs: Hunting Machines in the Making
DRIVES - Hunt v/s Prey
DRIVES - HUNT - Some canine behavioral traits can be affected by training and some cannot.
Training a dog without understanding what affects his behavior will greatly reduce your likelihood of success.

DR. BECKER
K9 Nose Work: Channeling Your Dog’s Natural Instincts
DRUG DOGS - Odour Imprinting
FAST V/S EFFICIENT
ELEVATION - What Constitutes a YES in Elevation?
EMOTIONS - Can Your Dog “Smell” Your Emotions? BY Patricia McConnell
EMOTIONS - Can Your Dog “Smell” Your Emotions? BY Nicholas Dodman

EQUIPMENT in AUSTRALIA Alert Pet Supplies
Errorless Learning in Scent Dog Training
ERRORLESS LEARNING - TRAINING DISTRACTIONS IN NOSEWORK
FATIGUE - nose fatigue in dog scenting
FEARFUL - Nosework and the Fearful Dog ( Nosework IS for every dog however Nosework classes are NOT for every dog).
FAILURE - FOCUS AND DO ONE THING AT A TIME
False Alerts and the Final Response
Final Response or Not?
Fog Generator - Wizard stick
FOOD IN CONTAINER K9 Nose Work – week1
FOOD IN CONTAINER - Getting Started in Nose Work, Jill Marie O Brien
FOOD Primary Reward: The K9 Nose Work® Way
FOOD TUBES
Coghlan's Australia
Fred Helfers
FRED HELPERS Understanding Ofaction and Odours book
GEAR - Nose Work Gear for Handlers
Handler Beliefs - Do Not Affect Police Dog Detection Outcomes
HANDLER Hold at the Threshold
HANDLER STRESS - Dealing with Handler Stress at Nosework Trials

HANDLING - OVER HANDLING
HANDLING - There is no “I” in TEAM
HIDE AND SEEK
HIDES BRICKS Beginning to Develop Pin-Point Precision Using Bricks
HIDES - A K9 Nose Work® Odor Workout
HIDES handler beliefs
HIDES - Multiple Hides - Andrew Ramsay

HIDES - Setting Better Hides
HIDES - Setting Better Hides part 11
How does a dog smell with it's nose
How to Have the Most Fun in K9 Nose Work®
How Nosework Benefits the Reactive Dog - Podcast
Indicate Scent box
Indication first, search later? Nose Work and Detection work demystified!
Intro to Nosework
Introduction to K9 Nose Work - By Laurie Luck
K9 Nosework Classes
K9 NOSEWORK handling NW3 Trial Level Interior Searches
LEASHES AND LONG LINES
LEASH HANDLING - What's A K9 Nose Work® Handler To Do?
LEATHER LEADS
LEVELS OF COMPETITION - Understanding NW1, NW2 & NW3 levels of Competition
 LIMBIC SYSTEM The Dog's Amazing Nose!
LOCATION - In K9 Nose Work®, Success is All About Location, Location, Location
Links - sport of K9 Nose Work®
Mammalian Olfactory System
Motivating Finding and fixing
multiple hides? - Managing Returning to Source
NACSW Rule Book Nosework competition rules

NOSE Inside the extraordinary nose of a search-and-rescue dog
Nose Work Article from-Vet-Behavior-Newsletter
NOSEWORK - EMOTION
NOSEWORK - Knowing Your Nosework Dog
Nosework… The Miracle Pill
Nosework Supplies - Trinny Teighan
NOSEWORK - TO TRIAL OR NOT TO TRIAL
NW1 Trial Level Interior Searches
NOSEWORK - Why Nosework Works

ODOUR
- A K9 Nose Work® Odor Workout
ODOUR - Is it Residual or Lingering Odor My Dog's Sniffing?
ON LINE CLASSES - K9 NOSEWORK
ON LINE CLASSES - DENISE FENZE
ORT Prep and Considerations
PANTING - Listening Device
PANTING - 40% accuracy
PANTING - Research has shown that when dogs are overheated, their ability to track and
recognize items by scent is reduced by over 40%.
PANTING- 40 percent theory
PANTING - Alexandra Horowitz
PLUMES - How Scent Works: Scent Plumes, Wind and Aging
POROUS materials
POROUS NONE porous materials
Prey Drive- ©The Barn Hunting Labrador
Primary Reward: The K9 Nose Work® Way
Problems - Finding and fixing!
Proximity of Influence -
O.R.T. TEST Latest rules
ODOUR - Moving Odour Game
Odour Obedience Andrew Ramsay
PRAISE top of page 3 HERE
Primary Reward: The K9 Nose Work® Way
Pugs Lead The Pack In Scent Detection Research
Reactive Dogs at ORTs & Trials ACSW
REACTIVE- getting to the source
Reactive dog podcast - How Nosework Benefits the Reactive Dog
REWARD - Primary Reward: The K9 Nose Work® Way
Reward for the Find
REWARDS - Delayed Rewards Are Missed Opportunities in Scent Dog Training
REWARDING AT SOURCE -Lingering Odor/Fringe Odor/Going to Source
REWARDING AT SOURCE - Reward for the Find - , I reward a long time at source – I ping pong between 5, 10, 20, 30, and even 40 small pieces of food, 
RULE BOOK (ACSW)
SCATTERING FOOD - SPRINKLES
SCATTERING FOOD, THE DGRAZING GAME - By LINDA MICHAELS, M.A.,
SCENT - How Scent and Airflow Works
Scent Work For Fun - By Charlene Dunlap
SCENT DOGS OF AUSTRALIA EVENTS
SCENT GAMES - Educating Your Dog's Nose by Suzanne Clothier
SCENT - How Scent and Airflow Works - By Jennifer Pennington
SCENT - How to Use the Wind
SCENT - Proximity of Influence -   the farther away you are from the dog, the less likely you will cause ripples in the air flow Scent TRACKING
Scratching at the source Andew Ramsay
Searches - National Invitational Video Part 3
SEARCH AREAS - Introducing Challenging Search Areas
SEARCH DOG HANDBOOK
SEEKING SYSTEM Peta Clarke
Seeking Colouring in for dogs by Nicole Lobry de Bruyn
Seeking Find It! Games to Activate the Seeking System
SEEKING - How the brain hard-wires us to love Google, Twitter, and texting. And why that's dangerous.
sees - John Bradshaw @ 5x15 - How Your Dog Sees the World
From Fire Hydrants To Rescue Work, Dogs Perceive The World Through Smell
Shelter Dogs - Enrichment for Both Ends of the Leash
SHELTERS and scent - see SHELTERS
SMELL - Dogs' Dazzling Sense of Smell
SMELL - How do dogs "see" with their noses? - Alexandra Horowitz
SMELL - The Canine Sense of Smell
SMELL - The Incredible Sense of Smell
SMELLING - Smelling doesn’t just perceive a scent — it changes it
From Fire Hydrants To Rescue Work, Dogs Perceive The World Through Smell
SNIFF- Let Sniffing Dogz Sniff
SNIFF - Tak e Your Dog on a Sniff - Patricia B. McConnell, PhD, CAAB Sniff
Snuffle GARDENS
SNUFFLE GARDEN - Can I create a sensory garden for my dog?
SNUFFLE MAT DIY
Snuffle Mat Mayhem
SNUFFLE MAT FOR REACTIVE DOGS Pamela Johnson
SNUFFLE MAT - WHAT IS A SNUFFLE MAT?
SPRINKLES
Test - Dogs show signs of self-consciousness in new 'sniff test' The Snuffle mat for brain games
SOURCE - How Do I Know When My Dog Has Found Source Odor (The Hide)?
SOURCE -
What Reward Technique Should One Use?
SOURCE - Going to Source
SPRI NKLES - What is Sprinkles

Starts - The First 20 Seconds: Who's in Control in a K9NW Search? -
STRESS - Managing Stress During a Search
STRUGGLING - Is My K9 Nose Work® Dog Struggling, or is it Just Me?
TALKING TO THE DOG page 3 up the top
TERMS - Scent Detection Terms in Nosework Training
TENNIS BALLS
The canine sport of nosework
TIME - Can dogs tell the time with their NOSES?
TIME - Smells tell time
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3827011/Can-dogs-tell-time-NOSES-Changes-scent-help-canines-track-passing-hours.html#ixzz4MSEQiJqh
TIMES - Setting the Right Trial Goals
Topographic Mapping—The Olfactory System
Training sessions the time Andrew Ramsay
TREATS - Nosework, treats and building value
TRIALING - To Trial or Not to Trial? What Your Reactive Dog Thinks About Competing in K9 Nose Work®
TRIAL PREPARATION
TRIAL RULE BOOK (K9nosework)
Video Examples of NACSW K9 Nose Work Trial Searches
WHERE?

TURBULANCE - SEARCH and RESCUE DOGS
TECHNICAL NOTE
WILLIAM SYROTUCK - SEARCH DOG HANDBOOK
WIND - ABOUT
WIND - Ash in the wind
WIND - How Scent and Airflow Works
WIND - How to Use the Wind (baby powder)
WIND - Introducing Challenging Search Areas Started each dog 3 feet or less downwind from each hide.
WIND SCENT AND THE DOG
WIND - What is there to know about wind?



seaworld

Animals can only be trained to do what they are physically capable of doing. So in order to understand how animal training works, a basic knowledge of animal behavior is very useful.



second fear period SENSITIVE PERIOD



security zone

Create Your dogs Security Zone

 

sees see scent



seeking system - see - Panksepp Jaak



self control see Impulse Control



senior dogs

How to Gauge Your Senior Dog's Quality of Life.
Six Tips on Caring for Older Dogs
The Golden Years: 5 Things To Expect From Your Senior Dog



sensitive Periods (fear periods)

Adolescent Dogs Go Through Fear Periods

DEVELOPMENT STAGES - What happens when - how your puppy changes and develops Early Doesn’t Mean Only by Pamela Dennison © 2006
A Second Fear Period?
An (im)practical guide  Bull In the City Blog
A Second Fear Period?

Adolsescent - Dogs go through an adolescent fear period
A Second Fear Period?
Adolescent Dogs Go Through Fear Periods
Different Dog Breeds, Different Sensitive Period?
Early Doesn’t Mean Only by Pamela Dennison © 2006

ELECTRIC FENCE - The Dark Side of Socialization: Fear Periods and Single Event Learning
Fear in dogs - The hard part of dealing with is knowing when they are happening.
Fear Of Strangers Sophia Yin
1.Fear Periods in young dogs - video Michael Ellis
PART 2
PART 3

Fence Fighting - Pat Miller

Fooling around by By Laura Van Arendo.
FREEZING- Why Does My Dog Freeze During Our Wal
k
How to Address Constant Whining from Your Dog by Ines Gaschot
How Fear Works
How to live with a dog-reactive dog and not lose your shit:

If Only That Hadn't Happened, This Dog Would Be Fine Suzanne Clothier
Is Reacting Really Reactive? by Nicole Wilde, CPDT-KA
Keeping a Dog Happy While You Are at Work by Dian Garrod
Learning to speak dog
Left Untreated
MEN - Fear of Men – Why are some dogs more wary of men?
Myth: Anxiety Medication Should Only Be Used as a Last Resort By Sarah Reusche
Neuroplasticity Fear, Fireworks & Neuroplasticity: What you should never do when your dog is afraid
NEXT GENERATION - Treated fear can return – even to the next generation
ONE DAY in the Life of a Fearful Dog
padding - Fear never goes away - the power of padding
PUNISHING" It Makes No Sense to Punish a Fearful Dog

Reactivity and Aggression in dogs – Managing and Treating” by Jennifer Cattet, PhD
Reducing Fear in Your Dog by Patricia McConnell, PhD
Reinforcing Fear? Patricia McConnell
Reinforcing Fear or coddling- Reactive Champion
Return of Fear - fear is likely to return when the context is different from the training context ... Grisha Stewart
Return of Fear- What happens to fear if left untreated?

Seven Separation Anxiety Myths by By Nicole Wilde, CPDT-KA
Serious Dog Fighting: Questions to Ask if Considering “What Next?” - Patricia McConnell
Should dogs be neutered? Fear aggression and testosterone (down the bottom of the page)

SPOOKED - Suddenly spooked- Secondary fear phase in adolescent dogs
The Dark Side of Socialization: Fear Periods and Single Event Learning
Threshold Roulette or Choice? by a pet columnist, Yvette Van Veen
Treat and Retreat – Something to try with a shy dog (or your own dog)
Treated fear can return – even to the next generation
TRUST Reinforcing fear Calming the Fearful Dog by Suzanne Clothier
Understanding Where Fear Comes From By Carol Gannaway
When pack mates fight -
When Litter mates fight Patricia McConnell

You can't reinforce fear - Kikopup
You cant reinforce fear - Eileen Anderson



separation anxiety

A Coming Out Story – A Dog Trainer’s Account
A Little Tech Yields Big Benefits On Separation Anxiety
Behavior Modification for Separation Anxiety in Dogs
BEING ALONE - The Pain of Being Alone Patricia McConnell
Can’t I Use A Citronella Collar Or Shock Collar To Stop The Barking?
Canine Separation Anxiety
Doug’s Story: From Hopeless to Happy Ending
FREAK OUT Does Your Dog Freak Out When You Leave?
HELPING - Helping a Dog With Severe Separation Anxiety
Home safe home: Treating canine separation anxiety
HOPELESS - Doug’s Story: From Hopeless to Happy Ending
KAREN OVERALL Treating anxiety is different than 'managing' the problem
Living With Dogs Who Suffer From Severe Separation Anxiety - By Sandi Thompson, CPDT-KA
Logic Doesn’t Apply to Separation Anxiety
LOVE part1 - When Love Is A Double-Edged Sword: Recognizing Separation Anxiety
LOVE part 2- Solutions For Separation Anxiety: How To Make “Alone Time” Less Scary
Management Is Key by

Malena De Martini-Price, Founder
MEDICATION - The Medication Conundrum
MYTHS Seven Separation Anxiety Myths
OLFACTORY SYSTEMS - Marlena Demartini
Our Separation Anxiety Journey; It Can Be Done
PANIC DISORDER Separation Anxiety Is A Panic Disorder BY by Malena DeMartini
Patricia McConnell
PET Cube blog

SECOND DOG - Separation Anxiety and a Second Dog – Will it help?
Separation Anxiety Karen Overall
Separation Anxiety Myths Nicole Wilde
Separation anxiety in dogs - AVA
SEPARATION ANXIETY - When Love Is A Double-Edged Sword: Recognizing Separation Anxiety
SEVEN Separation Anxiety Myths - Whole Dog Journal

Stressed-out rebels Some dogs are naturally more resistant to human control.
Teach Your Dog to Be Home Alone in Five Steps Roger Abrantes
The Exasperating Truth – Why Separation Anxiety Gets a Bad Rap
The Separation Anxiety Top 10 List – by Malena DeMartini
Understanding Separation Anxiety - What SA Looks Like: A Dog’s View
Why do some dogs have separation anxiety when others don’t?- Jennifer Cattet Ph.D.



service dog
Tasks Donna Hill


setting your dog up for success
How to Train Your Dog - Setting Your Dog Up To Succeed


settle - see Calming

shelter dogs see RESCUE



sheree
Appointments



shut down

Shut Down Dogs Eileen Anderson
Shut Down Dogs, Part 1
Shut Down Dogs part 2
shutting a dog down


shock collars see Punishment

shy -see Confidence


sight

What Can Your Dog see John Mcewan

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sit

When Sit Doesn’t Mean S*it.



sleep

Do dogs Dream
fed once or twice daily
How Much sleep do they need
HOw much sleep do breeds need


Small Dog Syndrome

This Behaviour is Our Fault and Not the Dog's
smell - see SCENT

smiling

Smiling Dogs: Is It Fear, Joy or Aggression?



snakes

Keeping snakes in their place
Pets and Snakes
Snake Aversion Without Shock
Snake Bite what to do



sniffing see Scent


 

snuffle mat - See scent



socialising

AVSAB Position Statement On Puppy Socialization
COST - The True Cost Of Early Removal Of A Puppy From Its Mother And Litter Mates
Critical Period revisited -

DEVELOPMENT STAGES - What happens when - how your puppy changes and develops
Dog Behavior: The Issue of Puppies Being Removed Too Early From Their Littermates and Mom
DOES MY DOG LOVE OTHER DOGS?
Dont socialise the dog - The problem isn't with socialization itself, but with many people's understanding of socialization
Eight 8 Steps to a Behaviorally Healthy Dog - Maximize your chances of raising a secure, happy dog with these tips.
GENES More Harm than Good: 3 Reasons Why I Never Socialize my Puppies
Habituating Puppy To Human Touch

“It’s all in how they’re raised.”
Karen Pryor - Don’t Socialize the Dog!
Neuroscience & Brain Mechanisms Of Critical Periods In Puppy Development. This Should Be Started Before You Get Him Home.
Not All Socialisation Is Equal by Denis Wormald
PUPPIES TAKEN TOO SOON - Puppies Taken from Litter Too Soon Develop Behavior Problems as Adults
Puppy Classes And Canine Parvovirus
Puppy Culture
Puppy Mills
PUPPY Socialisation and vaccination
Raise with Praise - Paul Ownens
SOCIALIZATION & VACCINATIONS GO TOGETHER Linda Michaels

SOCIALISATION - The Most Important Part Of Training A New Puppy - by Beacon Dog
Trainer Maddie Pryce

SOCIALISATION V'S EXPOSURE MYTHS
Socializing a Formerly Feral Dog Eileen Aderson
Socializing a Puppy with People… By Ignoring Them.
Socialisation Checklist PPG
Socialisation Checklist - Sophia Chin
Socializing Your Puppy: Why “Later” Is Too Late
Stanley Coren
TAKEN TOO SOON!
The Enrichment Effect
TOO LATE - Socializing Your Puppy: Why “Later” Is Too Late
Vaccinations - DON'T WAIT FOR PUPPY CLASS TO BEGIN SOCIALIZATION!


sopia yin


Tough Love



sound

sound sensitivity
BEST ONE definitive guide to eliminate fear, anxiety, and stress
ALL NOISES
DEN -
How to Build a Den for noise
Dogs and fireworks – the definitive guide to eliminate fear, anxiety, and stress
Dog training for storm, thunder, fireworks and sound phobias
Fear of Loud Noises Yvette van Veen
Fear of Noises Plane
Holistic
KAREN OVERALL - Noise reactivities and phobias in dogs: Behavior modification strategies
Loud Noises Adaptil
The Symptoms & Triggers of Misophonia
Noise phobia
Noise Phobia in Dogs Karen Overall
NOISE PHOBIAS -
Getting Dogs through Noise Phobias
NOISE - What's That Racket
Exercise machine
Introducing a Puppy and a Sound Sensitive Dog: Preparation Pays Off
Karen Overall -
Noise Reactivity
Sound Masking
Sound Masking for Reactive Dogs
The quiet kennel
Tips for thunder/firework sound sensitive dogs by Nancy Tanner
Sound Proof Puppy TraIning - Amy Smith


space - see personal Space
spoon theory

It’s Only Funny Until Your Dog Runs Out of Spoons
The Spoon Theory written by Christine Miserandino



sprinkles - see scent


stillness

The Threat of Stillness


stimulus

No Stimulus Goes Unconditioned: Thinking out of the NILIF box


strangers



streptomycin

THE STREPTOMYCIN TREATMENT OF TUBERCULOUS MENINGITIS


stress

10 Human Behaviors That Stress Dogs Out

Amygdala and everything needed to learn TED TALK
ALL Stress And The Brain: High Cortisol Levels Can Damage Brain Structure, Cognitive Function
ADENRALINE - After about a quarter of an hour, hormones and acids start to decrease. Depending on the severity of the situation it can take from two to six days - or longer - for the adrenaline levels to return to normal. However, if the dog is subject to continual stress then the level of adrenaline may NEVER return to normal.
A Basic Introduction
Another Distraction or Something Greater? Susan Garrett
Bad stress - james O'heire

Bad Dog Or Stressed Out Dog Building block
BITE -
Is Your Dog Stressed
Calming Signals - stressed Dog
CARTOON - Manage it
Changing Stress Cues to Calm Cues: A Training Recipe from Click to Calms of stress in behaviour modification and training
Chronic Stress In Dogs
CORTISOL VACATION see CORTISOL VACATION

Difference Between Stress and Anxiety

DOGS - Stress in dogs – what we can’t see
DON'T STRESS YOUR DOGS
Easing Your Dogs Stress - Pat Miller
Evaluating Your Dog’s Stress Level-how to evaluate your dog’s stress level.
ENVIRONMENT -
Facial expressions
Feeling is Believing -Fearful.dogs
HELP see Emotional Help
Helping-the-Canine-Stress-Head by Peta Clarke
How do we define stress Dr. Don Bosch,
I need Space Grisha Stewart
Low Stress Handling Dr Sophia Yin
NOISE SEE SOUND
PADDING
The Power of Padding
Pavlov is always sitting on your shoulder
Podcast - Stress in your Dog
positive stress see STRESS POSITIVE
Recognising stress
SENSES -
Our Senses Can’t Learn Under Stress
SHELTER stress - see SHELTERS

Stress-
Stress Dictionary
STRESSED - Is Your Dog Stressed? Know the Signs
Stress esculation Ladder
Stress - High Drive Dogs
STRESSFUL ENERGY - How dogs release stressful energy

Stress, Portrait of a Killer - Full Documentary (2008) - Robert Sapowlski
Stress Response Animation
Stress - signs of stress checklist -good
STRESS LEVELS, WHY IT TAKES LONGER TO GO DOWN
Stressed Out - Learning to recognise and live with stress
Stress - Trying to Ease your dogs Stress
Stress Victoria Stillwell - Some dogs, like people, are more sensitive to the mental and physical manifestations of stress than others
Submissive Smiling in Dogs
TED TALK - How stress affects your brain - Madhumita Murgia
TED TALK How stress affects your body - Sharon Horesh Bergquist
THE CORTISOL VACATION see CORTISOL VACATION
Too Much of a Good Thing - overexercise
TRIGGER STACKING see Trigger Stacking
Trying To Ease Your Dog's Stress
- Pat Miller
What Stresses Your Dog? - remember that stress can be either good or bad
What triggers stress in your dog - humans




stress positive

Active or passive
Eu-stress and Distress - Donna Hill
Is My Dog Ok? - Adrenaline: The Stress Hormone

Stress - Eustress vs Distress
Too Much of a Good Thing
What Stresses Your Dog? - remember that stress can be either good or bad



stubborn

Is The Dog Stubborn, Or The Human?
Stubborn Dog? Dogged Dog?

Stubborn or Scared?



submissive grin see Stress


sweet spot

Your Dog’s Sweet Spot Can Help Relieve Stress

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