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Thoughts on communication as a way to better understand dog behavior

The domestic dog spends the majority of his/her life interacting with an utterly noncanine animal, the human. Many dogs today live as the minority species in a household without other dogs and often they are required to interact more with … Continue reading

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Should understanding dog body language be seen as a public policy issue?

Last semester I took Paul Waldau’s course, Animals in Public Policy and the Law, where we explored the many aspects of how nonhuman animals are impacted by our often human-centered (Waldau, 2011) policy making. We read about past and current … Continue reading

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Next stop, grad school! In September I begin a master’s degree program in Anthrozoology.

Well, I have some very exciting news! I’ve been accepted into Canisius College’s Master of Science graduate degree program in Anthrozoology and the Fall 2011 term begins in just a few short weeks! Though the majority of academic work will … Continue reading

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Are you familiar with the field of Anthrozoology?

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Are you familiar with the field of Anthrozoology? I’ve just started learning more about this area of study, which looks at how humans and animals interact. For more information I encourage you to visit: International Society for Anthrozoology anthrozoology.org/about As … Continue reading

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