My name is Tanya and I have been working with animals for over 28 years. I am a Licensed Animal Behaviorist with a Veterinary Business since 2002. I offer animal behavior consultations, behavioral modifications, and a variety of animal training techniques to help you understand your pet and help you get the most out of your pet.
I work with cats, dogs, dogs and cats, which are all very similar in their behavior. In fact, I have a cat named Rufus on a very different set of behavioral guidelines that all dogs have.
I have a large database of pet behavior and animal personality traits that I use to help your pet behave in ways that won’t cause injury or harm to another being. It’s very rare that a pet owner would want to know just how an animal would behave, but that’s what I do. I can also help you get a dog to act like a dog, as that’s just one of the many behaviors I’ll help you with.
In my opinion, I have one of the most amazing pet behavior databases on the entire internet. I have over 6,000 pets and over 300,000 pet traits. All of them are tested, and every pet trait is documented with what it is that makes them unique and different from the rest of the database. You can use my pet behavior database to help your pet behave in a way that is not harmful to other animals.
I could go on and on about pet behavior… but I think I have covered the most important one, so you probably have your pet’s behavior already figured out. If you’d like to learn more about pet behavior, and what it means to be a good pet, read a book or two, and try your hand at pet psychology.
Pets are one of the most emotional, intelligent, and loyal creatures to ever walk the face of the earth. They have emotions, they have feelings, they can have fears and concerns. However, I must admit I don’t have a dog, so I don’t know how to properly explain pet psychology.
There are a few pet psychology books out there. However, the best one is by Dr. Suzanne M. Karp, M.D. The best book on animals and psychology, it can be a little dense and hard to follow, but the authors do a great job of explaining the emotions, behaviors, and needs of pets. This is especially true of an animal’s thoughts and ideas.
As I said, I cant speak on the psychology of pets, so I’ll just explain how I feel when I see my dog, Dottie, in the yard. Dottie is a rescue pit-bull and I have been trying to get her to accept being left with me, but every time I try to pick her up and hold her, she starts to cry. It’s not a big deal though because she’s really cute and really happy.
My dog is my baby and I love her to death. I live in a very small, very rural area and I am always worried about her, but I also have a very good relationship with her. She is more than happy to be petted and stroked by me and my husband.
Dottie is more than happy to be petted and stroked by you and your husband (who does not bite or attack your dog). I am very happy to be petted and stroked by you and your husband (who does not bite or attack your dog). However, even though Dottie is happy to be petted and stroked by you and your husband (who does not bite or attack your dog), you should not be leaving her in my yard.