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Pheromonatherapy for Cats


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Pheromonatherapy for Dogs

Muzzles for Dogs

Dogs should ideally be taught from a young age, where muzzle training can be fun, how to wear a muzzle. Any dog who is fearful or in pain, at any point in their lives, can bite. It is good practice to teach your dog to find wearing a muzzle a positive experience, because if it is ever necessary for a muzzle to be placed, then the dog does not find it an added aversive to the situation. A dog can still bite through a muzzle and there is always a chance that a dog can get a muzzle off. Muzzles do not guarantee that the dog won’t bite or cause harm.

The type of muzzle found to be easy to start muzzle training with is a Baskerville or Basket muzzle. They are available in most sizes to suit all breeds of dogs:



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What if my Cat...?

by Claire Arrowsmith and Francesca Riccomini

Why does my Cat…?

by Sarah Heath

Cat Confidential: The Bestseller Your Cat Would Want You to Read

by Vicky Halls

Cat Confidential: Expert advice on how to understand your furry feline

by Vicky Halls

Cat Detective: Solving the Mystery of your Cat’s Behaviour

by Vicky Halls

The Secret Life of Your Cat

by Vicky Halls

Cat Care Essentials: Everything you need to know at a glance

by Francesca Riccomini

The Trainable Cat

by John Bradshaw and Sarah Ellis


Life Skills for Puppies

by Helen Zulch and Daniel Mills

No Walks? No Worries!

by Sian Ryan & Helen Zulch

Helping Minds Meet

by Helen Zulch and Daniel Mills

Brain Games for Dogs

by Claire Arrowsmith

Clicker Training for Dogs

by Karen Pryor

Clicker Training for Dogs (Getting Started)

by Karen Pryor

The Canine Commandments

by Kendal Shepherd


Equine Behaviour in Mind: Applying Behavioural Science

edited by Suzanne Rogers

Revealing Your Hidden Horse

by Mark Hanson

How Horses Feel and Think

by Marlitt Wendt

The Equid Ethogram: A Practical Field Guide to Horse Behaviour

by Sue McDonnell

Behaviour Books recommended for Veterinary/Shelter Staff or those working with these species

Feline Behavioral Health and Welfare

by Ilona Rodan and Sarah Heath

BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Behavioural Medicine

edited by Debra Horwitz and Daniel Mills

Stress and Pheromonatherapy in Small Animal Clinical Behaviour

by Daniel Mills, Maya Braem Dube and Helen Zulch

Veterinary Psychopharmacology

by Sharon Crowell-Davis, Thomas Murray and Leticia Mattos de Souza Dantas

Equine Behaviour: Principles & Practice

by Daniel Mills and Kathryn Nankervis

Horses in Company

by Lucy Rees

The Domestic Horse

edited by Daniel Mills and Sue McDonnel
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