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Diane Fisher, PhD

Diane Fisher, PhD
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Diane has a PhD in Biology and has been teaching different angles of science for over 20 years. She's also a writer of all things scientific with a lot of passion for animal sciences and psychology, trying to make these topics easily understandable and accessible for everybody.

Science of Human-Dog Psychology: Are You and Your Dog a Good...

Happy 18,000th Anniversary to you and your canine companion! Humans and dogs have been living in a close relationship for at least this long....

Elimination Diet Trial: A Science-based Guide

If your dog has symptoms of food allergies or food sensitivities, your first priority needs to be finding out the source of the problem....

8 Evidence-Based Ways to Deal With a Hyperactive Dog

You've adopted a dog without a complete understanding what you were getting yourself into. Maybe you did the research and adopted a breed that...

9 Ways to Treat Kennel Cough in Dogs (Based on Science)

Kennel cough is a highly contagious respiratory disease affecting dogs of any age. There are several causes for kennel cough in dogs, including canine...

8 Scientific Reasons to Socialize Your Dog

Dogs are inherently pack animals, much like their wolf ancestors. Research shows that this mindset is deeply ingrained in Canis Familiaris, so to withhold...

The Science and Psychology of Dog Language: Does Your Dog Get...

Nearly all dog owners talk to their pets, but how much meaning do the dogs absorb? Certainly dogs understand how to follow commands we’ve...

4 Science-Based Tips for Keeping Senior Dogs Healthy

Ask any dog owner and they will tell you that the worst part of owning a canine companion is the fact that they don't...

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Are you going on a trip but can't take your pet with you? While there's a ton of dog-friendly hotels, sometimes it's just not possible...

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There are many reasons for being well-prepared for your dog’s first doggie playdate instead of going at it blind. Many dogs are accustomed to...
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Thanksgiving Dog Show 2018: When Is It and 4 Reasons to...

The Thanksgiving Dog Show is becoming a tradition in many pet owners' households in the U.S. the same way as watching Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, special...
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Finding a perfect apartment or house to rent is hard enough as it is. However, if you also have a dog, then the mission...
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This year the famous retail holiday Black Friday falls on 23rd of November, which means that a variety of dog supplies deals are getting...
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Taking your dog on vacation is a great way to include the entire family on your next holiday away from home; however, finding pet-friendly...
6 Common Problems in Dogs That Stay in Shelters

6 Common Problems in Dogs That Stay in Shelters

Dogs with behavioral problems are unfortunately the first ones to be euthanized at animal shelters. For the staff, it seems to be the easier...
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Most of the time people give me funny looks when I talk about dog strollers. They cannot believe that there are dog owners out...
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If you're an owner of long haired, high maintenance or double coated breed, then you know how much of a nightmare it can be...