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Stephen Valentino, MSc

Stephen Valentino, MSc
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Stephen is a medical scientist and researcher with a focus on connection between animal/canine and human health. He has extensive knowledge in the area of animal sciences and is currently working on publishing his own research paper related to this subject matter.

Your Dog Knows About Your Goals and Thinks They’re Not Up...

Goals is an interesting concept, and they come in all shapes and sizes. From getting a job promotion, running a 5k, finding the right...

Most Effective Dog Training Methods According to Science

Sometimes we are forced to reconsider how best to do something, even if it is something that we do on a day-­to-­day basis. There's...

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