Hey y'all. I am currently conducting a research study on resource guarding/aggression in dogs. Research is definitely a hobby of mine (my employees may call it an obsession, lol) but it could potentially help more people understand the trigger for why guarding develops into aggression in only some dogs, and not others. Whether you have a dog that just sits on top of items, or one that leaves them to bite you or others, please consider emailing us for our questionnaire. It wou
See Them. Hear them. Help them.
See them, hear them, help them. There are many times I see social media posts, talk with clients on their initial consultation, or sit in a café and witness miscommunication with dogs and owners. This usually comes in the form of a child pressuring a dog, an owner thinking their dog’s warning signs (get out of my face) are funny or cute, or a pure look of stress on the dogs face it looks as though they had multiple plastic surgeries performed. It saddens me, so I am going to