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The Economist: Canines have lateralised brains by Opinicus[_2_]
The Economist 2013.11.02 Animal behaviour Wag the Dog Canines have lateralised brains-just like people Sinister v dexterous. Commie v Tory. The difference between left and right carries more meaning to human beings than mere matters of handedness and symmetry. And so it is with man's best friend...
November 8th 13 08:08 AM
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The 6th Annual-Art and Science of Animal Training Conference by Lucero Neri
The 6th Annual Art and Science of Animal Training Conference Saturday, March 22, 2014 University of North Texas Denton, Texas ORCA is excited to announce that our keynote speaker for our 2014 conference will be Dr. Jaak Panksepp, world-renowned neuroscientist from Washington State University. ...
November 8th 13 06:35 AM
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Canine vision: Why dogs don't watch TV by Opinicus[_2_]
From last week's *The Economist*: "For people, the average CFF (critical flicker-fusion frequency: the lowest frequency at which a flickering light appears to be a constant source of illumination) is 60 hertz (ie, 60 times a second). This is why the refresh-rate on a television screen is usually...
October 2nd 13 01:14 PM
by Glenn Lyford Go to last post
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Rescue Adventurer Leaves to Get a Job by Jo Wolf
Back in September, our Border Terrier rescue got a waif from a shelter in Arkansas. Before we could move him to a long-term foster in Mississippi, we discovered two startling things about this 16 lb dynamo. A four foot fence is no challenge. He can remove the tray from the bottom of a wire crate...
September 28th 13 08:53 PM
by Michael Savich Go to last post
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Dogs welcome home soldiers. Youtube film by Alison[_3_]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKBcs9tNWg8 This made me smile and cry at the same time. -- Alison,
September 21st 13 07:51 PM
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mastiff by [email protected]
What is a johnson mastiff is it a bully breed or a mix of a mastiff and bully
September 17th 13 04:08 AM
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Happy St Roch's Day! by Opinicus[_2_]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Roch St Roch: The patron saint of dogs as well as of bachelors, falsely accused people, invalids, Istanbul, surgeons, tile-makers, gravediggers, second-hand dealers, pilgrims, and apothecaries. Take one or more to lunch today! -- Bob
August 16th 13 08:02 AM
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Ah, This NG is not dead after all! Shock Collars is the subject. by [email protected]
Despite the subject the collars in this case are not used to shock dogs but humans, let's say an adult male. You want him to do or not do something you put a shock collar on him and if he disobeys you press a button and he gets a nasty shock. That's the way it works with a dog let's say to control...
August 7th 13 02:52 AM
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Shih tzu puppy 'adopted' by Siamese cat mother by Opinicus[_2_]
As the Asian Century progresses: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-23583314 "A puppy that was rejected by its mother has been adopted by a Siamese cat whose kittens were born on the same day. "The shih tzu puppy, named Hope, will stay with the kittens until she is weaned at about...
August 6th 13 08:35 PM
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"Dementia dogs" start work by Opinicus[_2_]
The first ever 'dementia dogs', specially trained to help people with early-stage dementia, have started work in Scotland. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-23270822 -- Bob www.kanyak.com
July 15th 13 07:45 AM
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why do dogs roll on their backs? by [email protected]
My long-haired Chihuahua loves to sniff each lawn on the block, but one and only one house on the block she does something strange. After sniffing, she rolls on her back repeatedly on the spot she has been sniffing. It is not necessarily in the exact same place on that lawn, but it is only on that...
July 11th 13 04:48 PM
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SMART rescues puppies in LA by Alison[_3_]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpRoPs8zgZk -- Alison,
June 2nd 13 12:53 PM
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AKC German Shorthaired puppies for sale (register-able) PagosaSprings, CO by [email protected]
Great hunting breed. Sire has "national field champion" and "field champion" bloodlines in pedigree. Tails docked and dew claws removed. Born May 13th - will be ready weekend of July 6th. All health records, deworming, and shots will be done up to 8 weeks. $500 each. Currently males and females...
May 30th 13 02:27 AM
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Sudden growling by 'Mike'
I was giving a talk on National Service the other day to a group assembled in the Church Rooms. About 24 people, two with well behaved dogs under the tables. I had been giving an illustrated talk with mainly captions and some pictures onto a screen when this one came...
April 20th 13 01:21 AM
by Hench Go to last post
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Ping Carol Re Auntie mabel by Alison[_3_]
Hi Carol . I ve just found your post about Auntie Mabel. I am so sorry . You did so much for her and loved and cared for her. Hugs , Alison.
April 18th 13 07:02 AM
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HELP: Can a nondoctor stop me from taking my dog to my therapist? by [email protected]
Since I got my maltese terrier 2 months ago I have been taking her with me to my doctor who is treating me for anxiety and depression as well as fibromalgia. Anyways she considers my dog for me as a comfort dog during my appointment and helps with my anxiety. She is one of several doctors in this...
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April 8th 13 03:15 AM
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8 month old bitch and 8 year dog - border collies by Harry Bloomfield
We have had the male dog for several years now, a big softie most of the time and usually well behaved when out - except if he takes a dislike to another dog, which is about 50/50. Then he tries to go in to attack. Now we also have his little step sister as from Christmas, 8 months old and 1/3...
March 15th 13 03:26 AM
by William Clodius[_3_] Go to last post
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Potty training by [email protected]
When should I expect to see results from potty training? I have a 13-week old lab mix. I got him from a rescue group at six weeks. I'm with him all day and have him on a regular schedule of going out and he readily pees when I take him out but makes no effort whatsoever to ask to go out. If he has...
March 13th 13 12:21 AM
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My new doglet! by Alison[_3_]
I adopted a new rescue doglet to join Pip and Dibby . She is a Chi mix (and a real minx! ) and is about 16 months I have changed her name from Evie to Libby , Photo here http://i12.photobucket.com/albums/a215/kimthecat/Eviewithpipstoy_zps7fd1b660.jpg -- Alison,
March 12th 13 08:34 PM
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Video clips about training and behaviour by cshenk
Alison wrote in rec.pets.dogs.behavior: Hi Alison, I thought you might like to know that Aunti Mabel finally passed on today. She was the elderly deaf dog we adopted when she was 14 (minimum vet age estimate). She was at least 16.5 when she was called back to heaven. She was like Sammy, hale...
March 5th 13 04:59 PM
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