Nosework Games Help Relieve Stress

Most shelter dogs spend many hours by themselves in their kennel.  Due to anxiety, lack of exercise and boredom the dogs may become destructive and develop unruly or repetitive behaviors.
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Identifying Food Aggression in Shelter Dogs

New analysis by the Center for Shelter Dogs finds that a standardized behavior evaluation is one of the best tools for identifying food aggression in shelter dogs, though all sources of information should be considered for the most comprehensive view of this complex problem.

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