Category Archives: Dr. Nicholas Dodman

SIT! JOIN DR. DONNA AND DR. NICK FOR THE HEALTHY HAPPY DOG SUMMIT!

The Healthy Happy Dog Summit will train YOU to provide the happiest, healthiest life possible for your pup! With 30 world experts sharing their knowledge, they’ll teach you the best ways give your dogs the wonderful lives they deserve! WHY … Continue reading

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DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: SEIZURE-BASED AGGRESSION IN CATS

Rarely, a cat will develop a focal seizure in a part of its brain that oversees the function of aggression. The clinical picture is that of a cat which, for no apparent reason, suddenly starts to launch savage attacks toward … Continue reading

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DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: INTER-CAT TERRITORIAL AGGRESSION

Aggression is one of the most common feline behavior problems reported to behaviorists. Cats may exhibit several different types of aggression including territorial aggression, non-recognition aggression, status-related aggression, fear aggression, redirected aggression and medically-induced aggression. Here I will address territorial … Continue reading

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DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: SEPARATION ANXIETY – THE HOME ALONE SYNDROME

Some of the sweetest dogs in the world have separation anxiety. These dogs are a joy to be with and love their owners unconditionally. We sometimes call them Velco dogs because they are so attached to their owners – practically … Continue reading

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DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: FEAR AGGRESSION IN DOGS

One of the most common behavior problems I see is called fear aggression. In a nutshell, it is aggression directed at unfamiliar people or most other dogs. It stems from lack of socialization and/or adverse experiences and — to the … Continue reading

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