Posts From the monthly archives: "April 2016"

If you watch two dogs meet for the first time, you’ll often see them walk towards each other in a slight arc, curving towards each other, rather than approaching head-on.  But have you ever wondered why dogs do this? ‘Curving’ is a cunning strategy dogs use to create space!  A curved approach is…(Read More)

In general, it seems dogs are more accepting of unfamiliar women than unfamiliar men. But why? It might be tempting to think it’s because the dog has had bad experiences with men. And while that may be true in some cases, often there’s a more prosaic reason for it! It’s simply that…(Read More)

Well, it’s all about how dogs take in their environment. As humans we see the world through our eyes… but our dogs ‘see’ the world in scent; they give and receive information through their noses.  Think of it as dogs sending each other “pee-mails” instead of emails!  Sniffing another dog’s bottom is…(Read More)