Dogs have been domesticated over thousands of years and nowadays, they are truly top of the list when it comes to human/animal companion status. Whether it be seeing-eye dogs, guard dogs, emotional support dogs, sniffer dogs or mountain rescue dogs, it seems that human life would be very different without our 4 legged friends around. But what can we learn about ourselves and our relationships from canine psychology. In this episode, we’ll be talking to one of the country's top canine experts about dog psychology and what we can learn from it.
Rory Hennebry is founder of Munster Canine - a company specialising in breeding and training service dogs for military, rescue and companion aid. Make sure to follow Munster Canine on Instagram and Facebook with the following links:
"The Psychology of the Human-Animal Bond" by Christopher Blazina, Güler Boyraz , David Shen-Miller https://amzn.to/32Z8AY6
Cujo is a 1981 psychological horror novel by American writer Stephen King about a rabid Saint Bernard
The Animal Connection: A New Perspective on What Makes Us Human, by Pat Shipman
If You Tame Me: Understanding Our Connection with Animals, by Leslie Irvine
Human psychology v Dog psychology:
How Humans can learn from Dogs:
10 Life Lessons we can learn from Dogs:
Dog Intelligence compared to Humans:
How Closely related are we?
Almost human and sometimes smarter:
The Alpha Male myth:
Train your baby like a dog:
Young girls Jumping on a box:
Gym Mommas Quote: