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Resources for Pet Lovers
Compassionate Critter Care gladly shares this page of resources for pet lovers!
We invite you to learn more about humane training methods, visit some of our favorite sites, and find out what's new and fun for people and their pets! Check back often for updates and additions! 
Some favorite links...

PUPS: Why your Evansville pet sitter should be a member of Professional United Pet Sitters.
 
Association of Pet Dog Trainers: Why is it important for your Evansville dog trainer to be a full member of APDT?

Kentuckiana Pug Rescue: You can help by volunteering, donating, fostering or adopting.

Karen Pryor Academy Clicker Training
ClickerConnect: 
Clicker training news, articles, and gear!

ClickerConnect: The latest clicker training news, articles, and gear!
Mar 26, 2015 11:50PM

http://www.clickertraining.com

Nancy Driver on Mar 16, 2015 07:42AM

Ask a Trainer: Puppy Whines in Playpen

Q: Our three-month-old puppy whines whenever he is in his playpen. What do we do?

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Nancy Driver on Mar 11, 2015 09:19AM

Ask a Trainer: Cats Climbing on Dinner Table

Q: Our cats are climbing on the dinner table and disturbing us while we eat.

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KPCT on Mar 02, 2015 12:39PM

What is your favorite way to channel your dog?s energy when you can?t get outdoors?

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Marie Clougher on Mar 02, 2015 09:42AM

Private School for Puppies: Katherine Ostiguy on Puppy Day School

Light-bulb idea

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Angelica Steinker on Feb 28, 2015 10:00PM

Click and Play: Using Play as a Reinforcer

Dogs smile. Just like people, dogs pull the corners of their mouths up high toward their eyes, partially open their mouths, and smile. In 1872, Darwin wrote of the universality of facial expressions in The Expressions of Emotions in Man and Animals. Roughly 130 years later, Dr. Patricia McConnell authored For the Love of a Dog in which she compared human and dog facial expressions using the methods developed by Paul Ekman, the world's leading scientist on the topic. The truth is out: dogs smile, and, of course, experience emotions.

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