Recent NCRC Blog Posts
- Are you happy? Disgusted? Your dog can tell the difference
- Breed-Specific Legislation is myth-based and ineffective according to the American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior (AVSAB)
- New Edition of “Dog Bites: Problems and Solutions”
- Breed-specific legislation on the decline
- National Canine Research Council & Safe Humane Selected As Winners In The 35th Annual Telly Awards
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Category Archives: Video
Janis Bradley, veteran dog trainer and author of the NCRC Vision Series publication, ‘The Relevance of Breed in Selecting a Companion Dog,’ discusses whether breed is a useful indicator of the suitability of a companion dog. Click to view other … Continue reading
Dr. Irizarry discusses the genetic basis for why dogs that look alike do not necessarily act alike. NCRC Interview with Kristopher J. Irizarry, PhD from Kara Gilmore on Vimeo.
Dr. Marder discusses the concept that dogs are individuals and the particular relevance of that concept when selecting a companion dog.
Bill Bruce, Calgary’s Director of Animal and By-Law Services discusses ineffective dog laws such as breed-specific legislation, pet limit laws, and mandatory spay-neuter, and why these broad-based forms of legislation are ineffective. NCRC Interview with Bill Bruce on Ineffective Dog … Continue reading