The power of words in the Veterinary Field and what happens when journalism loses its way.
Sometimes the dogs you think were "the worst" were the best teachers.
Hide placement in nosework is literally an art form, an art I'm still trying to master.
The wake up call.
A how-to in handling, preparation and storage of the odors, for practice and travel.
Here are some helpful techniques for success in nosework.
Read on for tips on channeling and pooling hides for nosework.
This is an article advocating for the wolf that takes a peek into the life of the Canis lupus. Sometimes, things are not always how they seem.
A story of two beings finding each other and healing together.
Learn all about source and the inaccessible hide in nosework. Includes reasons a dog may leave the source of odor and examples of handler error.
This article explains some of the more well-known canine nosework organizations and offers a run-down of the types of training/trial environments.
Read an overview of the up-and-coming dog sport, canine nosework.
This is Magic Wizard's Song- the life of an ex greyhound racer who beat the odds stacked against her and came out on top.
They always said opposites attract but are they truly opposites?
It wasn't a knife, nor a skewer, merely a needle. That needle let in the snake, a snake far deadlier than any knife or skewer. A young cabbie must rid himself of this enemy before it is too late.
Excoriation disorder, or dermatillomania, is a psychological disorder categorized by the compulsive urge to pick at one's skin. I've had this disorder for more than half of my life.