Posts Tagged: Chief Scientific Officer

DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: A LIFE AND DEATH MATTER

Posted by & filed under Dr. Nicholas Dodman, Giving Back, Guest Blogger, pet adoption, Pet Health, Pet Nutrition, Pet Shelters.

As Chief Scientific Officer for the Center for Canine Behavior Studies along with Dr. James Serpell PhD of the University of Pennsylvania, we propose an Animal Ownership Interaction Study designed to determine the precise impact dog owners have on their pets’ behavior. The Halo Pet Foundation has generously helped fund this vital study, which is […]

DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: FELINE REDIRECTED AGGRESSION

Posted by & filed under Dr. Nicholas Dodman, Guest Blogger, Pet Health.

Sometimes cats who have cohabited peacefully for years – perhaps ones cats who were formerly mutually bonded – suddenly break into fights, with chasing, biting, fur flying and horrendous blood-curdling yowls and screaming. Sudden onset aggression of this type is almost always a result of redirected aggression. The scenario usually goes as follows: The two […]

COULD CANINES BE MANKIND’S SALVATION?

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By Chris P. Janelli, Executive Director, Center for Canine Behavior Studies Whether you fall into the 10,000 years or 30,000 years camp of how long the human-canine relationship has existed, there is near universal agreement that the man-dog relationship is the most unique in the animal kingdom. It is quite possibly the most symbiotically beneficial […]

DR. NICHOLAS DODMAN: 8 FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN ADOPTING A CAT FROM A SHELTER

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Cats make wonderful pets and there are far too many these days languishing in shelters. To adopt a cat and save a life is a wonderful thing to do and will provide the adopter a friend for life. Cats are easy keepers; pretty much all they need is a loving home, some toys, food, water, […]