There has been a long-established link between emotions and learning. Much of learning is based on the outcomes, for example - can a dog sit when asked? But do we ever ask ourselves – is the dog happy?
IT'S not often you get the chance to see Richard the Lionheart swap pleasantries with Freddie Mercury - or even Fred Flinstone sitting on the floor dancing to Oops Upside Your Head with Adam Ant for that matter.
Kimberely writes: It’s no secret that many dogs need space from other dogs on their walk, it’s a subject close to my heart and one that I spend a lot of time in both my personal and professional life talking and teaching about.
Kimberley Grundy writes: When I’m working with clients, I am always telling them (and sometimes other members of the public!) that they shouldn’t allow their dog to greet others when one or both dogs are on the lead.