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Useful info - FYI

Step by Step approach to training with Ultimate Puppy

The allure of punishment: 

18 Things you didn't know about dogs' paws.

A list of resources, fundraising sites, grants and other ways to pay for your pets vet care

How to Greet a Dog 


Dr. Yin’s Animal Behavior and Medicine Blog

Aggression Basics & Some Reasons Behind It

More Articles from Suzanne Clothier Centered Training

Do recognize these signs of a stressed out dog?  

The Yellow Dog Project. 

Traveling with your Pet. ​See

Cutting nails

If you do inadvertently cut into the kwik, Dr. Dodds’ colleague, Dr. Barbara Royal, has a great home remedy:  Nail bleeding after a trim or being broken? Don’t have quick-stop powder? Apply cornstarch, soap shavings, tea bag, cotton gauze, and apply pressure while you elevate the limb. Do not use water or rub.  (Note: If the bleeding does not stop, please visit your veterinarian or emergency vet service in your area immediately.)


Royal, Barbara, 2012. The Royal Treatment: A Natural Approach to Wildly Healthy Pets.