Showing posts from March, 2022

Fellow Creatures: New Post on Consent Tests

I have a new post over on my Psychology Today blog, Fellow Creatures.  Samson Katt/Pexels

Companion Animal Psychology Turns Ten

Celebrating ten years of inspiring people to have happier pets. Photo: Nadezhda V. Kulagina/Shutterstock By Zazie Todd PhD

Anniversary Discounts at Companion Animal Psychology

Get your paws on merch or the Post with these special anniversary discounts. By Zazie Todd  PhD

Reading Cats and Dogs: CAP10

The Reading Cats and Dogs event is part of Companion Animal Psychology' s tenth anniversary celebrations. By Zazie Todd PhD

Cats Need… A New Illustration from Lili Chin

The artist Lili Chin has created a new illustration about cats and it’s both adorable and useful. Photo: PILAIPHUN/Shutterstock By Zazie Todd PhD

Why Does Your Cat Rub Their Head On You?

Your cat’s gentle headrubs are an important part of their social behaviour. Photo: Marie-Claude Lemay/Shutterstock By Zazie Todd PhD

Staying Safe: Management for Fearful Dogs

If you have a fearful or reactive dog, you need to get good at management. Here’s how it helps. A woman walks her dog along Britain's Jurassic Coast towards Portland Bill. Photo: AlonaK/Shutterstock By Zazie Todd PhD

Companion Animal Psychology Book Club March 2022

“Stories that both dazzle and edify… This book is not just about life, but about discovery itself.” —Siddhartha Mukherjee, New York Times Book Review. By Zazie Todd PhD

Fellow Creatures: Gender Roles, Dominance Training, and Caring for Pets

I have a new post over on my Psych Today blog Fellow Creatures . Anna Fusciello/Pexels By Zazie Todd PhD

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