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Julie Forbes and Tracy Ross discuss dog aggression, and it's different subcategories and causes. "Aggression" is a broad statement and is too large of a topic to just generalize. It is important to understand the nature of dog aggression, and it's different forms and reasons.
Twelve years ago, Tracy was one of the main people Julie learned from, on how to work with dog behavior, particularly aggression. Tracy works with some of the most difficult dogs in the region, and is incredible at breaking through to dogs who don't seem reachable.
Hot Dogs, baseball, family vacays in the minivan packed to the hilt all synonyous with summer... but what you don't want is a too Hot Dawg left in your car... or leaving your furry canine family member in just anybody's care.
Joining Tamara Leigh's TREND ON with Heidi Feemster to share Puppy TLC is Diana Whealon, owner of Complete Canine Care Center of Shawano, WI. Diana Whealon has over 30 years in the Dawg Business from breeding and boarding to the dog show circuits and training classes for owners and puppies. Whether Doggy Day Care, longer term boarding, or tips on making sure that if Rover does come along for the ride, he's not subject to heat stroke or dehydration in summer's heat -- Diana & her Canine Care expertise has it covered. She also provides useful info on Puppy Training 101 with quick tips on "new baby/puppy" in the house, best ages for teaching and breaking bad habits and knowing your breeds before you buy.
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Are you dependent on your good behavior to please God? Are you trying hard to be a good person? Do you find yourself comparing your moral standards to others? Do you think that people who aren't living up to your standards of moralism are somehow wrong? Does changing ones behavior make God love them more, or does it make them a better person? Join RTR this and every Sunday at 10am est as we talk about Moralism and Behavior Modification. To listen live, call 661 449 9951. To add your voice to the conversation, press 1.
Joe and the cats speak on age dictating behavior, and if some people need to grow up or not.
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a disorder that appears in early childhood. You may know it by the name attention deficit disorder, or ADD. ADD/ADHD makes it difficult for people to inhibit their spontaneous responses-responses that can involve everything from movement to speech to attentiveness.
Dr. Craig Wiener is a licensed Psychologist specializing in the treatment of children , adolescents and families. Dr Wiener has taught in the Psychology Graduate Department at Clark University and in the Undergraduate Psychology departments at Worcester State University and Anna Maria College. In addition to 30 years of private practice, he is an Assistant Professor in the Director of Mental Health Services at Family Health Center in Worcester.
Dr. Wiener has questioned the growing tendency to make behavioral problems medical disabilities and shows parents how to stop the reinforcements and alternatively develop their child's self reliance and cooperation. Author of three books, Dr. Wieners third is Parenting Your Child with ADHD: A No-Nonsense Guide for Nurturing Self-Reliance and Cooperation gives parents a powerful new drug free way to eliminate ADHD behavior in an easy to read format.
Joins us as Dr. Wiener presents his refreshing ideas about ADHD
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Life Coach Shawn Marie Cichowski & Wellness Kim Chirico will be joined by Maria Scaripone for a coaching conversation about our beloved canine friends. Maria will also discuss her involvement at the Buffalo Animal shelter and how her dogs have made her a better person.
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Join the Bougie Girl as she discusses the "5 Types Of Ratchet Behavior Which Ruin Our Lives".
There is not one scientist or researcher that can come up with one solid definition for what is abnormal, however flawed or problematic to be proven in some way. Now, researchers have been able to connect conditions or maladaptive behaviors to being abnormal but there just isn’t one single behavior that makes someone abnormal. Let’s take note that abnormal behavior is a social judgment. These judgments are based on the values and expectations from society as a whole. Though society is always shifting and changing throughout the decades deciding what may have been abnormal. Two decades ago, such as piercings, which were considered deviant and your mental health was questioned, has become acceptable today and is a part of a fashion statement. There was even a time when homosexuality was being diagnosed and considered as having mental illness, and now this country is legalizing same sex marriages (Butcher, 2007). The United States uses the accepted standard for defining the various types of mental disorders known as DSM-IV-TR (text revision). Some of these definitions are as follows:
• “It would become of great importance clinically when referring to behavior or a “psychological syndrome or pattern”
• “You will find mental disorders being associated while under distress or due to a disability” (such as being impaired or lack of function)
However, you can’t just predict mental illness or disorders based culturally or by coercing an intervention or basing it on an event, such as the loss of a loved one. We can’t consider this in the bracket of being mentally disturbed. However, researchers have found connections with the disorders in a psychological and biological manner when it comes to dysfunctional behavior. If you are suffering or confused about you or your childs behavior, if its out-of-control and your not sure on what actions to take, listen to my show.
I discuss the current news stories of Varg Vikernes' victory in court, in which he received a suspended 6-month jail sentence and a fine of E8,000 ($10,000), and "nazi taxi driver" Gabriel Diaz, a Dominican-American of dark mestizzo descent who is a national socialist, believing in and supporting Hitler's ideology.
I advocate an end to bigotry within the white racial movement.
Antisocial behavior is dissected and analyzed, resulting in startling conclusions.
Dr. Roger reports on a common and eventually debilitating brain condition of dogs called canine cognitive dysfunction. Dr. Roger explains the importance of early recognition and comprehensive nutritional, supplemental management of the disease, as well as medical management of advanced cases. E-mail questions/comments to be addressed live on the air to email@example.com.
Kim Cabrera creator of Beartracker's Animal tracks den website and life long tracker, takes us through the differences on telling cat family and dog family tracks and trails apart.
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Attorney Fred Kray, co-host Kris Diaz and the rest of the PBLNR crew will discuss with David Grimm his book Citizen Canine and our evolving relationship with Dogs. Christine Nelson, Stacy Palowsky, Esq. and Fred M. Kray, Esq. will talk about the New Llano lawsuit filed in federal court. Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show
Weekly news update
BSL updates with Kris "Brown Sugar" Diaz from StopBSL
Deirdre Franklin from Pinups For Pitbulls
Chat with Denice Yeakey
Dog Trainer Yvette Van Veen From Awesome Dogs
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