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When I meet the brand's founder, Henrietta Morrison, she tells me her cookery courses have come about because of demand from customers. Each one they have run has sold out.

The training that we do is great for ALL dogs of all ages, including dogs that are calm, hyper or stubborn, and dogs with soft temperaments, nervousness, and fear ...

The distinction between the specialist and the generalist is a good starting point for understanding Aristotle’s philosophy of biology. The specialist is one who has a considerable body of experience in practical fieldwork while the generalist is one who knows many different areas of study. This distinction is brought out in Book One of the  Parts of Animals (PA). At PA 639a 1-7 Aristotle says,

The key to developing proper Mastiff temperament as an adult is to socialize him around all kinds of people when he's young. Far from making him less protective, it will make him more effective as a protector. He'll know all the "right" body language that tells him someone is a friend. He'll be familiar with how children, the elderly, kids on bikes, and skateboarders look, move, and sound, and he'll use that information to pick out those with bad intentions all the more readily.

Many people take their reactive dogs to dog parks or large daycare centers and believe that their dog loves to play and has no problems in these off-leash settings.  However, when dogs become overly aroused, chemicals (adrenaline and cortisol) are released into their bloodstream. Those chemicals were once needed for survival, but now only serve to amp up our dogs.  Dogs can go from arousal to aggression in an instant. Plus the chemicals released stay in a dog’s system for a day or more, making aggression more likely.

I am confused as to which flea tx is the better for my cats. I have used Advantage, Revolution & Frontline Plus, and they all seem to work well, as long as I use it before bad flea infestation starts and maintain monthly treatments throughout summer. My concern is long term effects. Unfortunately, I can find no other way to keep my fur babies flea free. Someone told me years ago that Brewers Yeast added to their food will help, but my kitties can always taste ANYTHING I try to mix in their food and will not eat it. Also, knowing cats have an allergy to yeast, makes me think that's not the best idea. I have made the mistake in trying some cheaper spot on treatments and regretted it because it didn't work and caused problems for kitties such as balding in area where applied. I wish I could find a way to do a comparison chart in regards to ingredients, effectiveness & long term affects.

With an investment of time, effort and patience, most dogs with a less-than-ideal history can become healthy, well-adjusted family pets. This can only happen if the dog’s new owner has realistic expectations and the tools necessary to aid in a smooth transition.

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