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Behavior & Training > Humane Hierarchy



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02/16/2013
 
 
Barked: Thu May 23, '13 7:00pm PST 
Here are two blog posts about the Humane Hierarchy as applied to dog training. It is a set of guidelines for making training decisions based on the humaneness of the individual procedure. Whatever type of trainer you are, perhaps it will be of use.

http://eileenanddogs.com/2013/05/21/the-humane-hierarchy-1/

http://eileenanddogs.com/2013/05/23/the-humane-hierarchy-2/

-- eileenanddogs
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Sports & Agility > Showing too early in agility


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Barked: Thu May 23, '13 6:56pm PST 
Hear, hear! I want to see more happy dogs in the ring!
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Behavior & Training > What do you teach first?



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Barked: Sat Feb 23, '13 8:16pm PST 
Since I live in a multi-dog household, the very first thing I taught my puppy was a hand signal for: go in there. Whether "there" was a crate, the other room, etc. I needed to direct traffic.
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Behavior & Training > Body Language: Dog Facial Expressions



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Barked: Sun Feb 17, '13 10:37pm PST 
This is not training, but definitely behavior related. I took some pictures of my young feral dog at a vet visit and they were such perfect examples of stress signals in dogs that I labeled and published them. I hope they will be helpful to some others. http://eileenanddogs.com/2013/02/14/dog-facial-expressions-stress/
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Senior Dogs > Doggie Dementia



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Barked: Sun Feb 17, '13 10:33pm PST 
Coco is a cutie. She is lucky to have you. Glad you enjoyed the information.
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Senior Dogs > Doggie Dementia


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Barked: Sat Feb 16, '13 7:37pm PST 
I have a 16 year old rat terrier diagnosed with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction. I wrote an article that shares some tips on living with and helping a dog with dementia and includes photos and a video showing some of the typical behaviors. I hope it helps somebody.

http://www.squidoo.com/dog-dementia
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