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Nathan Michaels, PhD

Nathan Michaels, PhD
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Nathan has a BSc in Biology and PhD in Clinical Neuroscience. As a passionate dog owner, he's always been interested in writing accurate information about canines, and for the past two years has been contributing researched, science-based articles to various animal science related magazines.

How to Recognize Cognitive Dysfunctions in Dogs and What You Can...

As much as we may hate to admit it, dogs age just like we do. With age comes an increasing number of health concerns,...

How Pheromone Collars Reduce Fear and Anxiety in Dogs

A recently performed study shows that dog appeasing pheromone (DAP) collars reduce measured scores of fear and anxiety in dogs. The researchers also found...

12 Signs Your Dog Is Stressed

Stress is a normal part of life for everyone. This includes our beloved dogs. Stress isn’t always bad either, and is crucial to our...

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Your dog has been getting sick in your car every time you try to go for a ride. You laughed it off as you...

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Worms in Dog Poop: What It Means and What You Should...

Seeing worms in your dog’s poop is almost always a sure fire sign of a parasite infestation. However, that’s not to say that if...