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Food Cues

By: Nikki Nies

Eating doesn’t occur when we’re just hungry, right?  I’m sure I’m not the first person to tell you this, but it’s good to reiterate that. 358 more words

Nikki Nies

O is for Operant Conditioning

What is Operant Conditioning? Well, it’s pretty much everything I’ve been talking about so far in this A to Z Challenge. Positive Reinforcement training is the method in which I elicit Operant Conditioning. 238 more words

A To Z Challenge

Re:Framed: Self-Control

We all struggle to achieve what we really want. Whether it’s life goals, a project, or exercise, they’re all difficult to make gains in and get things done. 612 more words


What can your dog see?

Here I briefly discuss what your dog can see in relation to what you can see, how this effects training and behaviour modifications and what we can do to rectify this/

Dog Behaviour

Hard Work

This past week I made a concerted effort to get Bijou out and do some remedial socialization work with her. It was worse than I hoped but better than I expected. 469 more words


What Happened to Summer's Thunderstorm Phobia?

Is it weird to write a post saying that something really shouldn’t have worked, but look, it kind of did? Is it irresponsible even? I keep pondering why I feel the need to explain all the strikes I had against me for this project. 1,481 more words

Stress Signals