What is your pet’s behavior telling you?
In the latest episode of the Triple Helix Podcast, our host Dan Bernard featured guest Amy Shojai, a well-known pet behaviorist who has dedicated her life to understanding and helping animals. With over 30 years of experience in the field of animal behavior, she has become a go-to expert for pet owners who are struggling with their pet’s behavior.
Listen to this episode here: https://humanbiosciences.com/woundcarepodcast/
One of the reasons that Amy Shojai is so successful at helping pets is that she takes a holistic approach to animal behavior. She understands that behavior is influenced by a wide range of factors, including genetics, environment, diet, and socialization. During this discussion, Dan and Amy discuss the intricacies of cats and dogs and their unique qualities and bonds with their human companions.
In addition to her work as a behaviorist, Amy Shojai is also a prolific author. She has written over 30 books on animal behavior, health, and care, and her writing has been featured in numerous publications, including the New York Times, Reader’s Digest, and Prevention magazine. One of Amy Shojai’s most popular books is “ComPETability: Solving Behavior Problems in Your Multi-Dog Household”. This book provides pet owners with practical advice on how to manage the complex dynamics of a household with multiple dogs. It covers topics such as introducing new dogs to the household, dealing with aggression, and managing territorial behavior.
In another popular book, “The First-Aid Companion for Dogs and Cats: What to Do Now, What to Do Later”, with Over 150 Everyday Accidents and Emergencies, Essential Medicine Chest, At-A-Glance Symptom Finder, How to Prevent. Amy dives into practical advice for the home that every pet owner should know.
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