Tag Archives: art

Photo of the Day: Performance Art

I rarely know what to think of this dog.  I do think Peaches would be a hoot in a figure drawing class though.

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Beautiful Animal Advocacy

Every day when I login to Facebook, I find my newsfeed sprinkled . . . sometimes drenched . . . with photographic content that I would just as soon do without most days.  I call this my McLachlan feed.  Yes, … Continue reading

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Want a positive relationship with your dog? Then look to the “negative space” for training help.

The following is a repost of an article I wrote a little over a year ago titled “Learning to move in the negative space.”  After spending some time observing my fellow dog owners in a recent training workshop, I thought … Continue reading

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Slowing it all down

A regular thorn in the sides of many professional dog trainers and behavior consultants who truly follow a relationship-based training model is what our incessant drive towards instant gratification, and quantity over quality does to our training and handling practices, … Continue reading

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Learning to move in the “negative space”

Every discipline includes a number of fundamental concepts that help guide both novice learning and expert practice in the field.  Mathematics teachers know that students must understand the properties of real numbers before algebraic thinking is possible, and history teachers … Continue reading

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