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Other Barks & Woofs > The Dog Talk Project!
Cadie

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Barked: Thu May 3, '12 10:54am PST 
The Dog Talk Project (http://www.dogtalkproject.com), is an on-line survey program that gathers collective dog knowledge and experiences of dog lovers around the world. The purpose of Dog Talk is to study the relationships between people and their dogs and to objectively measure dog knowledge, beliefs and perceptions.

Current and upcoming Dog Talk surveys examine a wide range of dog-related topics that include behavior, training, dog sports, animal-assisted activities, health care, breed traits, and nutrition and feeding practices. Statistics and current results are posted and shared on Dog Talk’s Results Pages. Survey participants can also submit photos of their dogs and their personal stories. Survey results and statistics are also being used for research studies, publications, and a book project that examines breed differences in health and behavior.

Please feel welcome to visit the Dog Talk Project (http://www.dogtalkproject.com) to participate. Visitors can try out the program with the Survey Lite feature. If you join the project, you may enter information about as many dogs as you like, and can return at any time to take surveys that are within your own specific areas of dog interest and expertise.

Linda Case
Administrator, The Dog Talk Project (http://www.dogtalkproject.com; admin@dogtalkproject.com)

CURRENT DOG TALK PROJECT SURVEYS:
"About You” and “About Your Dog(s)”
“Breed Preferences: Why We Love the Dogs We Do”
“What’s For Dinner: Nutrition and Feeding Practices”
“How We Teach: Dog Training Philosophies and Practices”
Coming in May "Exploring Canine Heartworm"
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Dogster Lifestyle, News & Entertainment > The Dog Talk Project!
Cadie

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Barked: Thu May 3, '12 9:25am PST 
The Dog Talk Project (http://www.dogtalkproject.com), is an on-line survey program that gathers collective dog knowledge and experiences of dog lovers around the world. The purpose of Dog Talk is to study the relationships between people and their dogs and to objectively measure dog knowledge, beliefs and perceptions.

Current and upcoming Dog Talk surveys examine a wide range of dog-related topics that include behavior, training, dog sports, animal-assisted activities, health care, breed traits, and nutrition and feeding practices. Statistics and current results are posted and shared on Dog Talk’s Results Pages. Survey participants can also submit photos of their dogs and their personal stories. Survey results and statistics are also being used for research studies, publications, and a book project that examines breed differences in health and behavior.

Please feel welcome to visit the Dog Talk Project (http://www.dogtalkproject.com) to participate. Visitors can try out the program with the Survey Lite feature. If you join the project, you may enter information about as many dogs as you like, and can return at any time to take surveys that are within your own specific areas of dog interest and expertise.

Linda Case
Administrator, The Dog Talk Project (http://www.dogtalkproject.com; admin@dogtalkproject.com)

CURRENT DOG TALK PROJECT SURVEYS:
"About You” and “About Your Dog(s)”
“Breed Preferences: Why We Love the Dogs We Do”
“What’s For Dinner: Nutrition and Feeding Practices”
“How We Teach: Dog Training Philosophies and Practices”
Coming in May "Exploring Canine Heartworm"
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Dog Health > Dog Talk Project - Health Care Survey

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Barked: Mon Sep 20, '10 5:50am PST 
Dog Talk's Health Care Survey examines the health care and grooming practices that owners regularly use to care for their dogs and asks owners to share their beliefs about what is most important for their dogs' long-term health and well-being.

Dog Talk also has two new surveys "What's For Dinner" and "Survey Lite - Does Your Dog Have a Sense of Humor?". Feel welcome to visit the Dog Talk Project to share your dog knowledge and experiences with the project (www.dogtalkproject.com).! (And, post your favorite dog photos inclusion on Dog Talk's website pages!)
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Food & Nutrition > What\'s For Dinner? New Nutrition and Feeding Practices Survey!

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Barked: Wed Sep 15, '10 6:50am PST 
The Dog Talk Project (http:www.dogtalkproject.com) has a new survey for dog lovers! "What’s for Dinner: Nutrition and Feeding Practices” examines the foods that you select or prepare for your dogs, your daily feeding practices, and your opinions about the role that nutrition plays in your dogs’ health and vitality.

Other current surveyys include:

"About You” and “About Your Dog(s)”
The Five Most Important Healthcare Practices of Dog Owners"
“The 10 Most Common Behavior Problems in Dogs” (Closing September 16, 2010)
“Breed Preferences: Why We Love the Dogs We Do”
“Survey Lite: Does Your Dog Have a Sense of Humor?”

Please feel welcome to visit Dog Talk to take surveys and share your dog-related experiences with the project and with other dog lovers!

Linda Case
Dog Talk Project administrator
http://www.dogtalkproject.com , admin@dogtalkproject.com
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Dogster Lifestyle, News & Entertainment > The Dog Talk Project - New Survey Results Posted!

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Barked: Sun Sep 12, '10 12:26pm PST 
Updated Survey Results are available on the Dog Talk Project web site (http://www.dogtalkproject.com)! New statistics include:

- Who’s’ on Dog Talk? Check out DTP owner demographics
- Owners’ approaches to caring for their dogs’ coat and preventing fleas
- DTP Member’s Dog Stories: Favorite Morning Routines
- What are “deal breaking” behaviors that may lead some owners to rehome their dog?
- September’s Featured Dogs Section: Rescued Greyhounds!
- NEW! Survey Lite: Check out this new section on our results pages – We will report results of Dog Talk’s “lite” surveys and gather member suggestions for survey questions!

NEW SET OF MEMBERS’ DOG PHOTOS ARE POSTED! Dog Talk members’ dogs are now featured on every page of Dog Talk.(If you would like to see you dog on our pages, just post photos to Dog Talk Project’s Facebook page. Thanks to all who are sharing their best dog photos with the project)

Visit Dog Talk to take any surveys that you may have missed! CURRENTLY AVAILABLE SURVEYS INCLUDE:

"The Five Most Important Healthcare Practices of Dog Owners"
“The 10 Most Common Behavior Problems in Dogs” (Closing September 15, 2010)
“Breed Preferences: Why We Love the Dogs We Do”

NEW SURVEY AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 14TH: “What’s For Dinner – Nutrition and Feeding Practices”
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Dog Health > The Dog Talk Project
Cadie

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Barked: Wed Sep 1, '10 5:53am PST 
The Dog Talk Project (http://www.dogtalkproject.com) is a web-based system of surveys that studies a wide range of dog-related topics, including dog owners’ daily activities and routines, dog health care practices, behavior and training, breed preferences and attitudes, and nutrition and feeding practices. We currently are collecting data with five surveys and a new survey, “Nutrition and Feeding” survey will be available soon (see list below). Results (and photos of participants dogs!) are posted for all to view on our “Results Pages” and are updated regularly. Participants include dog sports enthusiasts, professional trainers and behaviorists, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, breeders, shelter and rescue professionals, dog sitters/walkers, and owners who simply love spending time with their canine companions!

Participation is free and is completely voluntary. Please feel welcome to visit the Dog Talk Project to learn more about this project (http://www.dogtalkproject.com) and to share your dog-related experiences and knowledge with others!

Thanks!

CURRENT SURVEYS:

"About You" and "About Your Dog(s)"
"Breed Preferences: Why we love the dogs we do"
"The 10 Most Common Behavior Problems in Dogs"
"The Five Most Important Health Care Practices of Dog Owners"

COMING IN SEPTEMBER! "What's for Dinner: Nutrition and Feeding Practices"


Linda Case
Administrator, The Dog Talk Project (admin@dogtalkproject.com)
Owner, AutumnGold Consulting (http://www.autumngoldconsulting.com; lcase@autumngoldconsulting.com)
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Food & Nutrition > Dog Talk Project - Nutrition Survey Coming Soon!

Cadie

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Barked: Thu Aug 12, '10 2:07pm PST 
The Dog Talk Project (http://www.dogtalkproject.com) is a web-based system of surveys that studies a wide range of dog-related topics, including dog owners’ daily activities and routines, dog health care practices, behavior and training, breed preferences and attitudes, and nutrition and feeding practices. We currently are collecting data with five surveys (see list below) and will be launching a nutrition survey soon!

Please feel welcome to visit the Dog Talk Project to learn more about this project (http://www.dogtalkproject.com) and to share your dog-related experiences and knowledge with others!

Thanks!

Linda Case
Administrator, The Dog Talk Project (admin@dogtalkproject.com)

CURRENT SURVEYS:

"About You" and "About Your Dog(s)"
"Breed Preferences: Why we love the dogs we do"
"The 10 Most Common Behavior Problems in Dogs"
"The Five Most Important Health Care Practices of Dog Owners"

COMING SOON! “Living with Multiple Dogs”, and “What’s for Dinner: Nutrition and Feeding Practices”
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Dog Health > What vaccinations do owners provide to their dogs? See survey results on Dog Talk

Cadie

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Barked: Thu Aug 5, '10 3:23pm PST 
New Survey Results are available on the Dog Talk Project web site (http://www.dogtalkproject.com/)! Some of our newest statistics include:

- What diseases are owners vaccinating their dogs against?
- Are dog owners social with other people?
- Where exactly are our dogs sleeping (and why)?
- What are the most frequently reported training problems?
- August’s Featured Dogs Section: The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever
- NEW! Dog Talk Members’ Dogs are featured on every page!

Five Surveys are currently active - please feel welcome to visit The Dog Talk Project and share your dog knowledge with others! (http://www.dogtalkproject.com)
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Dogster Lifestyle, News & Entertainment > The Dog Talk Project

Cadie

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Barked: Tue Aug 3, '10 3:59pm PST 
You are invited to participate in a new survey research project that studies the relationships between people and their dogs. The Dog Talk Project (http://www.dogtalkproject.com) is a web-based system of surveys that studies a wide range of dog-related topics,including dog owners' daily activities and routines, dog health care practices, behavior and training, breed preferences and attitudes, and nutrition and feeding practices. We currently are collecting data with five surveys (see list below).

Results are posted for all to view on our "Results Pages" and are updated regularly. Participants include dog sports enthusiasts, professional trainers and behaviorists, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, breeders, shelter and rescue professionals, dog
sitters/walkers, and owners who simply love spending time with their canine companions!

Participation is free and is completely voluntary. Please feel welcome to visit the Dog Talk Project to learn more about this project http://www.dogtalkproject.com and to share your dog-related experiences and knowledge with others! Thanks!
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Other Barks & Woofs > The Dog Talk Project
Cadie

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Barked: Sun Aug 1, '10 5:25am PST 
Greetings,

You are invited to participate in a new survey research project that studies the relationships between people and their dogs. The Dog Talk Project; http://www.dogtalkproject.com is a web-based system of surveys that studies a wide range of dog-related topics, including dog owners’ daily activities and routines, dog health care practices, behavior and training, breed preferences and attitudes, and nutrition and feeding practices.

We currently are collecting data with five surveys (see list below). Results are posted for all to view on our “Results Pages” and are updated regularly. Participants include dog sports enthusiasts, professional trainers and behaviorists, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, breeders, shelter and rescue professionals, dog sitters/walkers, and owners who simply love spending time with their canine companions!

Participation is free and is completely voluntary. Please feel welcome to visit the Dog Talk Project to learn more about this project - http://www.dogtalkproject.com - and to share your dog-related experiences and knowledge with others!


Linda Case
Administrator, The Dog Talk Project (admin@dogtalkproject.com)

CURRENT SURVEYS:

"About You" and "About Your Dog(s)"
"Breed Preferences: Why we love the dogs we do"
"The 10 Most Common Behavior Problems in Dogs"
"The Five Most Important Health Care Practices of Dog Owners"

COMING SOON! “Living with Multiple Dogs”, and “What’s for Dinner: Nutrition and Feeding Practices”
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