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Taming the WILD in Your Dog

Taming the WILD in Your Dog

Wednesday at 10 AM Pacific

October 09th 2019:Does Size Matter?

BIG dog = BIG brain = smart dog. Small dog = small brain = not so smart - makes sense. After all, a large brain means extra neurons, and extra neurons enhance cognition. Brain size has long been associated with intelligence in humans, primates, and now, dogs, but is this assumption correct? Find out this week when Bryan reveals his answers. Bryan will also answer listener questions. Some of the items include: * I free feed my dogs with no problems. However, a trainer advised me not to do so. Are there benefits to controlled feeding, or is free feeding better if your dog does not over

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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3836/taming-the-wild-in-your-dog 16/10/2019 10:00 16/10/2019 11:00 Taming the WILD in Your Dog https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/3836/taming-the-wild-in-your-dog BIG dog = BIG brain = smart dog. Small dog = small brain = not so smart - makes sense. After all, a large brain means extra neurons, and extra neurons enhance cognition. Brain size has long been associated with intelligence in humans, primates, and now, dogs, but is this assumption correct? Find out this week when Bryan reveals his answers. Bryan will also answer listener questions. Some of the items include: * I free feed my dogs with no problems. However, a trainer advised me not to do so. Are there benefits to controlled feeding, or is free feeding better if your dog does not over eat? * If work and school were not a factor, is there an ideal routine for a dog? One that imitates and meets all of its instinctual needs. Or is Routine Routine? * My 3yo child locked himself in his room and was yelling for help. My dog looked worried, began whining. When I opened the door, my dog immediately calmed down. Was she trying to protect my son, or was there something else at play? VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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