Winter is coming. How does your dog feel about it? Some dogs would rather spend cold days covered in blankets, some can’t wait to plunge into snow piles like weasels. Surely many of us have some kind of an idea how different seasons and temperatures affect our dogs’ activity levels, but surprisingly there isn’t a lot of scientific data to be found regarding this topic.
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Methods and ideas that have long been dominant in social sciences are nowadays part of dog research. This doesn’t mean that dogs are humanized in sciences more than before. It means that different research designs in human sciences have been developed into versions that tell us about the dog as a species.
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Have you seen the viral animal videos of a human and their close animal friend meeting up after a long while, maybe after years of separation? These videos make you tear up even before you press play, since the reunions are most often quite touching.
Resource guarding in dogs is a common problem that may be a burden on life with a dog. If you constantly need to watch out for the dog or be prepared to scold them, both of you are actively weakening your level of cooperation multiple times a day. So, what can you do about it?
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You may have heard about research regarding the dog’s play bow or how we found out the fish can feel pain too? This knowledge isn’t the most fresh science of the 21st century, but this aforementioned individual has been working for the benefit of our awareness already since the ‘70s and ‘80s.
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A dog-like life is naturally important for the dog’s well-being in many ways. However, regardless of their species or breed, all dogs are individuals with their own preferences. And this is where the Dog Quarter comes in!
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