Consult with your veterinarian at the onset of a behavioral problem. Medical factors need to be ruled out or identified before a behavioral diagnoses. Free advice cannot be prescribed by email or telephone. An appointment is required. Humane and ethical treatment only.
I'm an Applied Animal Behaviorist certified by the Animal Behavior Society. I have worked with many animals and many types of behavior. I treat each animal as unique because no matter how similar two animals look alike or behave alike, there are always individual differences between them, just like people.
Canadian Center for Wolf Research, Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia. Hand reared and wolf reared wolves. Dalhouse University Master's Thesis data collection: Mother wolf and pups inside their den.
Yappy Hour is a monthly cocktail party for canines and their companions at The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel the third Thursday of each Summer month.
Pinnipeds divide their time between the ocean and the beach, returning to shore to rest, mate, give birth, and for some species molt their fur. Seals and sea lions will come ashore, as well, to stay warm and dry when feeling ill.
Dr. Jill is shooting a sizzle reel with Straight Shooters Entertainment for a new reality show.
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Carleton's Place is home to DrJillGoldman animal behavior services and products.
It's where pet parents, attorneys, animal care pratitioners, students, rescuers, communities, and animal welfare organizations throughout the United States and Canada come for ethical, accurate, and humane animal behavior help. Carleton's Place is named after Dr. Goldman's late, great, Golden Retriever, Carleton.
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Why do animals adopt? There have been many photos on the web proving that a tiger can nurse a litter of piglets, a dog can nurse and orphaned squirrel, and a cheeta can be friends with a chimpanzee. How does this happen? Why does this happen? Read my interview for this National Geographic article to find out.
An interesting study by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) shows more single people, especially men, are bringing pets into their homes.