How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime TED TALK
ACE (Acepromazine) see medication
What is Adaptil
Adolescent Dogs Are Like Teenage Humans
Adolescent Dogs: 6 Facts To Know
DARK SIDE - Adolescent Dogs Go Through Fear Periods
Dog Training Tips For Surviving Your Dog’s Adolescence
Fear & Reactivity in Adolescence
FEAR PERIOD - Adolescent Dogs Go Through Fear Periods
Help, my dog is a teenage terror! The Doggy Lady!
KEY - The Key to Adolescent Dogs – Patience, Management and Training
Raising a puppy: Dealing with dog adolescence
Suddenly spooked- Secondary fear phase in adolescent dogs
Surviving our dog’s adolescence - Jennifer Cattet Ph.D.
Top 10 tips – for the Adolescent Dog Owner - Nancy Tanner
What Happens When A Dog hits Adolescence
adoptING - ADOPTED see RESCUE
aggression - aggressive
ABRANTES - Critical Reasoning—on Aggression and Dominance
AGGRESSION: A Case History with Harry T - Suzanne Clothier
Aggression and Some Reasons Behind It - Suzanne Clothier
Aggression Basics Suzanne Clothier
Aggression: Before the Game Begins by Pam Dennison
Aggression Chirag Batal - When a dog aggresses, he surpasses his stress threshold, causing his limbic system (the emotional brain) to take over as he prepares for flight or fight.
Aggression dog to dog Tricia McConnell
AGGRESSION FEAR - RITUALS
AGGRESSION - What Does Flooding Have To Do With Aggression In Dogs? GET USED TO IT!
AGGRESSIVE - If You're Aggressive, Your Dog Will Be Too, Says Veterinary Study
Aggression OR reactivity? Tricia McConnell and Pia Silvani
Aggression proactive and active
Aggression Red Zone Dogs - Glasgow Dog Trainer
AGGRESSION - There are many different reasons for aggression. Because aggression is so complex,Aggression Ladder
AGGRESSION - THE FACE OF FEAR Roger Abrantes
AGGRESSIVE - Reactive vs. aggressive dogs
Amygdala Why Are Dogs Aggressive
ANXIEETY - Treating anxiety is different than 'managing' the problem
AVERSIVES - Why we won’t use aversives to treat your dog’s aggressive behaviours
Behavior Problems Associated with Aggression
BITING - SEE BITING
CLASS - Why I Don't Have Aggressive Dogs In Class
Confrontational Techniques Elicit Aggression - Patricia McConnell
CURING - Can You Cure Aggression with All Positive Methods? (VIDEO)
DOG/DOG AGGRESSION. Linda Michaels, M.A.,
Dog is in the Details - Suzanne Clothier
DOMINANCE - Critical Reasoning on Agression and Dominance - Roger Abrantes
Dominance - Forget dominance: Fear-based aggression in dogs
EUTHANISE - Euthanizing Aggressive Dogs: Sometimes It's the Best Choice
EUTHANISE - TIME - When Is It Time to Put Down a Dog Who is Aggressive to People?
fear aggression - Why do dogs become fear aggressive?
Fence Fighting Whole Dog Journal
FLOODING - What Does Flooding Have To Do With Aggression In Dogs? GET USED TO IT!
Gut icrobiome - Sample of rescued dogs shows link between gut microbiome, aggressiveness
HORMONES - New Study Sheds Light on Canine Aggression
HOUSEHOLD - Aggression Between Dogs in the Same Household
HUNGER - Hungry mice aggressively pursued prey during laser stimulation — but not mice that were not hungry.
HUNTING - Flipping A Switch In The Brain Turns Lab Rodents Into Killer Mice
INTERDOG AGGRESSION IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD Whole Dog Journal
INTERDOG AGGRESSION IN THE SAME HOUSEHOLD Stanley Coren PhD
Interdog Aggression – Managing Problems Between Household dogs
Interdog Aggression: When to Intervene?
Ken Ramriez - High-level advanced training is implemented with dog for at least one year while avoiding exposure to aggression triggers
LADDER OF AGGRESSION
LEASH - Handling On-lead Aggression - Suzanne Clothier
Leash Aggression - Your Best Choice: Avoid On-Leash Greetings Altogether -
Leash Aggression - Mad About Leashes, or How to Manage Leash Aggression
LETTER - An Open Letter to my Clients with Aggressive Dogs
Modifying Aggressive behaviour using DR by Zurison /the-articles/aggression-some-reasons-behind-it
Multi- Dog Household Aggression By Pat Miller
NEUOROPATHOLOGY - Aggression in Dogs and Associated Neuropathology
NOT - When aggressive behavior does not mean an aggressive dog
Pro-active V/s Reactive
Redirected Aggression and Barrier Frustration
Redirected Dog Aggression Explained in Simple Terms
Redirected Aggression, Why it is so Dangerous and Why You Don’t Think About it
Reduced - Aggression and Fear Can Be Reduced in Specific Dog Breeds
SERIES - agression series - Glasgow Dog Trainer
Signs of Aggression
STILLNESS - The Threat of Stillness BY Nicole Wilde
STUDY - New Study Sheds Light on Canine Aggression
Teaching an Aggressive Dog How to Be Social Around Other Dogs - Ian Dunbar
The Threat of Stillnesss
TRUST - Do Not Trust Your Aggressive Dog
Understanding Aggression in Dogs ! - Every dog has a different ‘aggression threshold
WOKEN UP - Help, My Dog Is Aggressive When Woken Up
allostasis and allostatic load: acheiving stability in the midst of change
Joan Rivers allostatic load 2.43
John Putz: Understanding depression through allostatic load
The Allostatic Load cartoon
Why do I feel so lousy? Robyn Williams 11.22
allostatic load In the dog world, we often talk about trigger stacking.
Alone Time is Good - The importance of teaching your dog to be alone.
Dogs Need Together Time and Alone Time, Just Like Us Marc Bekoff Ph.D.
How Long is Too Long to Leave A Dog Alone?
TRAIN - How to train your dog to be left alone- clicker training Kikopup
alpha see pack
Amygdala - Amygdala hijack fight or flight response|how to stop anxiety Six steps to unthinking response, or why do our dogs not hear us? If the fear response is triggered, then the amygdala floods the cortex with chemicals to stop it taking over.
Amygdala Hijack in Action! CARTOON
AMYGDALA - I AM YOUR DOGS AMYGDALA
Amygdala Is NOT the Brain's Fear Center Le Doux
AMYGDALA - Full Blown Amygdala Hijack
AMYGDALA - Your Brain on Stress and Anxiety (SCENT)
amygdala - Emotional Intelligence in Leadership - disagreeing is start
DEFINITION - Amygdala hijack
Learning from an amygdala hijack
Early life stress can leave lasting impacts on the brain
The Amygdala Hijack In Action – A Video Example
The Bypass System - If the fear response is triggered, then the amygdala floods the cortex with chemicals to stop it taking over
Amygdala Fear Response
Amygdala Hijack - Stop the Amygdala Hijack in its Tracks!
Amygdala hijack fight or flight response|how to stop anxiety ANXIOUS ALL THE TIME
Amygdala Hijacking stoopid part of your brain
AMYGDALA HIJACK "When you experience something fearful or unpleasant, a memory of this is stored in the amygdala. When you encounter this object or situation again, an immediate fear response is triggered. This fear response causes you to experience anxiety and triggers the fight or flight response."
Amygdala - How Your brain works (Peta Clarke)
Amygdala in Five Minutes Joseph LeDoux
Amygdala - Trish King!
Amygdala: the Neurophysiology of Clicker Training - Karen Pryor
BREATHING - Calm Down and Release the Amygdala
FEAR- The Chemistry of Fear - Bytesize Science
DOGS Contexts and cues: the reactive dog brain
DOGS - What you may not know about rewarding a dog’s fear or aggression
Forebrain - Hindbrain
DOG TRAINING Amygdala and fear
How the body responds to stress
Joseph LeDoux The Amygdala in 5 Minutes - Where Pavlovian Associations are Made
Lizard Brain - Overpowering Your Lizard Brain - Seth Godin
Neuropsychological foundations of CU training
Neuroplasticity in Brief
Our Emotional Pets - Panseek
Reactive Dogs and Exercise
Re-directed - The Danger of Redirected Aggression in Dogs
Researchers erase fearful memories in mice.
Stress Makes us Stupid! - “Stress makes us stupid”—because stress shuts down the thinking part of the brain so that we can respond to threat instinctively and reflexively
VETS - Anxiety at the Vet Clinic?
What is an Amygdala Hijack?
What Was I Thinking? Handling the Hijack
Why Don’t Dogs Get Angry More Often? - Patricia McConnell
How to Train Your First Animal
antidepressants see Medication
‘A’ is for anxiety by Dr. Kate - . Anxiety means ‘the anticipation of future danger or misfortune’
CARING - Caring for an anxious pet: Ways to manage stress and prevent caregiver burden- how the caregiver feels
CONTAGIOUS - Is Your Anxiety Contagious To Your Dog?
Dealing With Fireworks Anxiety Victoria Stillwell
More Than Meets the Eye
Generalised Anxiety Disorder
GREYHOUNDS - Understanding Anxiety And Its Implications for Pet Greyhounds by Dr Karen Dawson BSc BVSc
Hons MANZCVS (Behaviour
GUT see GUT
HUMAN - Anxiety or Aggression? When Anxiety in Children Looks Like Anger, Tantrums, or Meltdowns
Karen Overall Treating anxiety is different than 'managing' the problem
Myth: Anxiety Medication Should Only be used as a Last Resort
NOISE - Dog Noise Anxiety
Old Dog Anxiety – An Owners’ Guide
OWNERS - Do anxious owners make for anxious dogs?
OWNERS - Sick as a dog: This is probably why your dog has anxiety
RISE - Is anxiety on the rise, or are we just better at talking about it?
SELF SOOTHING - SEE SELF SOOTHING
Signs of anxiety
VET- Dog Anxiety at the Vet Clinic?
What Anxiety Is, and How It Differs from Stress
Why Punishing Anxiety Doesn't Work!
Pets in apartments: How to make sure everyone is happy FOX VALLEY ANIMAL HOSPITAL
applied behavioural analysis
Applied Behavior Analysis - the crossover trainer
The Matching Law, Key To Dog Behavior Jennifer Cattet Ph.D. - In animal training, we could certainly identify many instances where this law applies and could be used to modify the environment for better and faster results.
Susan Freidman - The behavior of individuals is always a study of one. The key to changing behavior is changing conditions
What’s a Functional Assessment in Dog Training? (And Why You Should Care) - Eileen Anderson
Arousal and Aggression in Dogs
AROUSAL - DR. EMMA - UNDERSTANDING CANINE AROUSAL
Arousal. Good, Bad or ? by Pam Dennison
Arousal Level in Dogs - To Encourage Play or to Encourage Focus. If a dog can become aroused and then calm down quickly, that is the key to a thinking and controlled dog.
AROUSAL - What is Arousal in Dogs and Why Should I Care?
Controlling arousal levels for dog training. - Glasgow Dog Trainer The emotion is the spark, a dog that is frightened at the spark). The Arousal is a fuel to keep the flame going. So if we can reduce the fuel we can reduce the arousal that's going on behind the emotion
AROUSED - Training and Over-aroused Dog
Does Arousal Lead to Reactivity?
"GOOD" Arousal refers to a dog’s level of excitement and emotional control. -Too much of a good thing
Keeping It Safe - Susanne Clothier
Signs of Arousal
TRIGGER STACKING - What is Arousal in Dogs and Why Should I Care?
Understanding Canine Arousal
Understanding Emotional Intelligence: The Amygdala Hijack
avoidance - avoiding
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