The Alpha Dog Myth

The Alpha Dog Myth

“In order to train your dog, you have to show him who the boss is.” This statement is an example of what is known as the dominance theory. Dominance theory assumes that most undesirable behaviors are due to the dog trying to be “dominant” or to be the “alpha”. It …

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CampV hosts service dog training for veterans

This program is for veterans who already own a dog and want to have their pet certified as a service animal. TYLER, Texas — CampV partnered with an experienced dog trainer to develop a program that allows veterans to train their dogs to be service animals. The one-stop shop for …

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Vegan Dog Food Company Acquires $1.2 Million Investment

LONDON — OMNI, a veterinarian-backed plant-based dog food startup, announced on January 20 that it has raised £1.1 million ($1.2 million) from investors to support the company’s expansion plans support. The company was founded in 2020 by veterinarian Dr. Founded by Guy Sandelowsky and Shiv Sivakumar. First round investors include …

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WesBanco (WSBC) will publish its quarterly results on Tuesday

WesBanco Inc (NASDAQ:WSBC) will release its quarterly earnings data after market close on Tuesday, January 25. Analysts expect the company to report earnings of $0.67 per share for the quarter. Parties wishing to listen to the company’s conference call can do so using this link. WesBanco Inc (NASDAQ:WSBC) last released …

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Health tracking dog collars purport to provide actionable biometric data. Experts urge caution.

What do smart home devices, activity trackers, and now biometric wearables have in common? They are gadgets for your dog. After the advent of human wearables that track cardiovascular and respiratory health, several companies are suddenly promising the same thing in the form of dogs. Three products, all due to …

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The Queen’s new companion who lives with her at Windsor Castle

January 23, 2022 – 14:14 GMT Georgia Brown The Queen is reportedly “delighted” with her new Wolferton Drama Spaniel named “Lissy” who is the Royal House’s first Hound Champion – details It is no secret the Queen‘s beloved corgis play a central role in the monarch’s lifestyle, having owned more …

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Top Dogs to Perform at Super Pet Expo 2022 (PHOTOS)

When Chrissy Joy was a young girl, she struggled with anxiety and depression. “The only thing that really saved me was working with animals,” Joy said. “And I found a passion in working with dogs.” She rescued her first dog, Beasley, seven years ago. It gave her a purpose in …

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Best Fast Loan Apps in Nigeria

The latest inflation rate for December 2021 shows that an increase to 15.63% has deeply eroded personal income levels. As a result, many people are spending more, especially as the figure reflects the rising cost of food (food inflation which increased by 17.37%) and other items (underlying inflation which increased …

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Oscar Predictions 2022: Best Supporting Actor

As with the leading actors, the Best Supporting Actor winner at the Oscars is usually one of the more experienced contenders. Of the 85 previous winners, only four Best Supporting Actor winners were in their 20s and only 15 were in their 30s. The youngest winner Daniel Kaluya (“Judas and …

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Wilmington Police Department welcomes dog “Zena” to the social work team

WILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Police Department has a new member, Chief Joseph Desmond said Wednesday: an 11-week-old Bernedoodle named Zena. Zena “joins the Health & Recovery Unit to help residents of Wilmington who are struggling with mental health, substance use or other behavioral disorders — or are just having …

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Animal Shelter Sees Fewer Calls for “Forever” Homes

Gunner remains a valued family member to his owner, Hilary Cohen. (Photo courtesy of Hilary Cohen) TOMS RIVER — A tiny eight-year-old puppy named Gunner slipped off his collar within minutes of being adopted from Toms River Animal Facility in December 2020. His story ends differently than some of the …

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