In this episode the girls talk about what to expect when training a dog with separation anxiety and discuss the importance of going at the dog's pace.
Princess Leia also pops in for an unexpected visit! While Ness gives us a demonstration of 'Corpsing' https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corpsing
This week the girls are joined by one of the UK's leading specialists in canine arthritis management, Dr Hannah Capon, as she discusses arthritis and pain and their affect on behaviour as well as provides some tips and tricks on what to look for and how to address it.
Stacey, Sarah & Ness discuss what a dog's baseline is in terms of time they can cope with being home alone, what to look out for and how to proceed.
In this episode Ness chats to Sarah and Stacey about a recent client who went through an 8-week program with her, the hiccups along the way and how she resolved them.
Here is a link to the gorgeous Sonny - https://www.facebook.com/SeparationAnxietyInDogsDecoded/posts/356109942725979
In this week's episode, the girls explore behaviours dogs exhibit that might be construed as separation anxiety but actually aren't! We also hear about multi-coloured poop, raiders of the lost food and a shark makes an appearance mid-show!
Bush Turkeys - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_brushturkey
In this episode the girls discuss teenage dogs, puberty and maturation and how it can affect their behaviour in relation to separation anxiety training.
Teenage dogs? Evidence for adolescent-phase conflict behaviour and an association between attachment to humans and pubertal timing in the domestic dog, L Asher et al, 2020 https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/full/10.1098/rsbl.2020.0097
Aspects of Juvenile and Adolescent Environment Predict Aggression and Fear in 12-Month-Old Guide Dogs, Serpell & Duffy, 2016 https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fvets.2016.00049/full
An Investigation into the Impact of Pre-Adolescent Training on Canine Behavior, Dinwoodie et al 2021 https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2615/11/5/1298/htm
Sleep Duration and Behaviours: A Descriptive Analysis of a Cohort of Dogs up to 12 Months of Age, Kinsmen et al, 2021 https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2615/10/7/1172/htm
“The Cone of Shame”: Welfare Implications of Elizabethan Collar Use on Dogs and Cats as Reported by their Owners, Shenoda et al, 2020 https://www.mdpi.com/2076-2615/10/2/333/htm
The girls answer listener questions! We love our listeners and want to ensure we address your pressing questions. We reached out to you and this week do just that! Enjoy :)
In this episode the girls talk about all things cars. Sarah kidnaps her dog Ernie, Stacey reads a scary fairytale about racoons and Ness introduces us to Bin Chickens.
Bin Chickens (or Australian White Ibis) - and they are actually natives to Australia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_white_ibis
In this episode, Stacey, Sarah & (Nice)Ness take turns role playing between the owner of a dog with separation anxiety, their friends (and the sometimes poor advice they give) and a specialist trainer (ie one of them). Sassy Stacey enjoys some wood working while Sarah cops some doggy diarrhea in cold, dark and gloomy UK ... And by the way, it turns out Ness is ALWAYS right!
In this week's episode we meet behavioral neuroscientist Marsha Penner who talks to the girls about how the brain functions and how to relate it to separation anxiety training.
Marsha's website - https://learningtodog.com/
Episode of 'Drinking from the Toilet' podcast that Marsha was on- https://hannahbranigan.dog/podcast/141/
Everything you need to know about Separation Anxiety in dogs and how to fix it. Three global specialists from Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States discuss all things related to Separation Anxiety. Join Stacey Bell from Focused Fun (US), Ness Jones from Separation Anxiety In Dogs Decoded (Australia) & Sarah McLaren from Separation Anxiety Solutions (UK) as they delve into the dos and don'ts of training a dog to feel safe and comfortable when left home alone!