Are we truly giving our furry companions the life they deserve? As pet owners, we often assume that we're providing a safe and comfortable environment for our dogs. However, in this thought-provoking podcast episode, certified dog behavior consultant and author Kim Brophey sheds light on the natural context of animals, particularly dogs, and the costs of captivity on their welfare.
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Guest: Kim Brophey is an applied ethologist and the owner of The Dog Door Behavior Center in Asheville, NC. She is an award-winning dog trainer, a member of several professional associations, and a certified member of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants. Kim is known for her work on the L.E.G.S. model of integrated canine science, and her book, MEET YOUR DOG, has made her a respected voice in the dog behavior community.
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