Monthly Archives: June 2015

So Your Dog Ignores You?

I got to thinking just how simple it should be to have a cooperative dog, so why do our dogs so often ignore us? The other day, as I watched one of my clients call her dog and as he … Continue reading

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What Does Citronella Really Do to Dogs?

My Paws for Thoughts are just what they say – thoughts. I don’t profess to be an expert on this or feel that we should believe everything we read, but this does make one think. My train of thought started … Continue reading

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Bitten Once, Will Bite Again?

A lady phoned me yesterday asking whether there was any point her making an appointment with me to help her dog. “Someone told me he’s bitten once so he’ll bite again and will need to be put down,” she said.  … Continue reading

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Early Heart Rate – Future Trouble?

Todd Hogue, the Forensic Psychologist, said at the recent 2015 Dog Bite Prevention Conference that the heart rate in human babies of one-year-old can indicate potential offenders later in life. My Paws for Thought, based on no evidence that I … Continue reading

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Why DID the Chicken Cross that Road?

Why did the chicken cross the road? Because she wanted to get to the other side, silly. Why does the dog bark at the postman walking up the path? Because he turns around and goes back the way he came. … Continue reading

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