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Animal Behavior Associates
I love this blog!
Suzanne Hetts, PhD and Dan Estep, PhD

Joanna Lou’s recent blog about a conference of dog bloggers was timely, especially since she asked readers to identify their favorite dog blogs.

 
There’s a blog I really love that I’m thrilled is now incluced in The Bark’s blogroll. Let me introduce to you the Animal Behavior Associates' Dog and Cat Behavior Blog, written by Certified Applied Animal Behaviorists Dan Estep, PhD and Suzanne Hetts, PhD, who were recently included in The Bark’s 100 Best and Brightest in the dog world.
 
The Animal Behavior Associates blog stands out from the many blogs out there because it consistently shares accurate, useful, scientifically-based information about dog behavior and behavior problems in dogs. It also has excellent information about cat behavior and cat behavior problems, and though I realize that may not be as relevant to all Bark readers, it will certainly be a welcome source of information to the many dog people who also have cats.
 
Check it out and prepare to enjoy reading and learning from it.

 

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Karen B. London, PhD, is a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist and Certified Professional Dog Trainer who specializes in working with dogs with serious behavioral problems, including aggression. She is the author of five books on canine training and behavior.

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