Category Archives for Life With Dogs

Vets or Salespeople?

“Changing client behaviour is an important part of practice and students should be equipped with the skills to do this”, says David Main, BVA Animal Welfare Foundation Senior Lecturer in Animal

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Agree To Disagree: Working With Your Vet

                                    By:  Joanne Suresh November/December 2010 Issue Despite the outstanding care you provide your dog, it is sometimes necessary to consult with a veterinarian. This

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Reiki For The Aggressive Dog

Creating Healing Connections September/October 2010 Issue Aggression, like any other physical or emotional issue a dog may face, is, from an energetic perspective, simply an imbalance in the dog’s energetic

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Puppy Biting

July/August 2010 Issue Mouthing is a normal behavior in puppies and often disappears by the time the puppy is between four and five months of age. Many puppies continue to bite after that simply because

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Saving Us From Ourselves

By:   Catherine O’Driscoll Photo courtesy of Vic Neumann In mental health circles, it is recognized that child abuse isn’t just about overt physical abuse. Abuse can also be covert, or ‘undercover’.

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