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Jennica Johnson, MSc

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Jennica has a degree in clinical psychology and has many years of experience as a staff writer for different scientific publications, both online and print. She's an avid writer with an interest in exploring the relationship between humans and dogs using scientific research.

Dog Neutering or Spaying A Dog: Pros and Cons (Backed by...

You probably think about neutering or spaying your dog, but you're not sure if this is a good idea. Know that you're not alone...

20+ Ways to Mentally Stimulate Your Dog

A dog's mental stimulation is any activity that stimulates, activates or enriches a dog’s brain and thus their mental well-being. There are countless activities...

10 Signs of Rabies in Dogs and Three Prominent Stages

Rabies is a preventable deadly virus with almost 100% fatal outcome in most cases (1). If your dog becomes infected with rabies, there is...

4 Ways Dog Ownership Makes People Happy (Based on Research)

Many cultures have their own theories and explanations for the sacred bond between humans and animals, especially the bond between humans and dogs. Dogs...

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Litter Training Your New Kitten Or Cat: A Comprehensive Guide

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