Monthly Archives: March 2016

Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Print Book Released

I’ve reached another milestone in this process. My book is out in paperback! Remember Me? Loving and Caring for a Dog with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction,            by Eileen Anderson   Canine cognitive dysfunction is extremely under-diagnosed, … Continue reading

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Introducing a Puppy and an Adult Dog: Take it Slow

Remember “Lessons for My Puppy,” my collaboration with Marge Rogers? She made some videos that I loved so much that I wrote blog posts to go with them. Marge is still out there working with dogs and making great videos, and … Continue reading

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Yelling at My Dogs

The “yelling” question comes up regularly for positive reinforcement-based trainers. “Do you NEVER yell at your dogs? Of course you do! And that’s punishment, so you aren’t a ‘positive’ trainer after all. Gotcha!” Or the converse. The people who insist … Continue reading

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