Thesis. A Review of Dog-Human Communication and Its Effect on the Dog-Human Relationship: The View from By Your Side …. Listening and Learning from What You Tell Us

  New ISCP graduate Karen Davies states in her thought-provoking thesis: “… my intention was to shift the focus from what dogs knew about our efforts to communicate to them. I wanted to look at dog-human communication from the dog’s...
Thesis: Creating a DOG CENTRED CARE APPROACH (OR: Why we must stop always trying to ‘fix’ things!)

Thesis: Creating a DOG CENTRED CARE APPROACH (OR: Why we must stop always trying to ‘fix’ things!)

Many thanks to Andrew Hale for giving permission for us to share his thesis. Introduction I intend my thesis to be making the argument that often we are spending too much time trying to ‘fix’ behaviour rather than recognise the limitations and sensitivities of the...
Thesis. Fit for Adoption: An Overview of Aggressive Behaviour & its Implications for Shelters: Two Case Studies

Thesis. Fit for Adoption: An Overview of Aggressive Behaviour & its Implications for Shelters: Two Case Studies

New graduate Emma Lee, who works within a large rescue in France, has given permission for us to share her excellent thesis. This could be particularly useful to those who are involved in rescue. Emma’s points about aggression being a behaviour rather than...