Rethinking the Language of Dog Culture

Tucker has a nose for trouble.

Guest post by Amy Campbell

The longer I work with dogs, the more I come to understand how culture and language exert a tight grasp on the way we care for, understand and train our dogs. Over 78 million dogs live in American households, but it’s only relatively recently that our culture has begun to view dogs as family members with individual personalities, rather than as property. Continue reading “Rethinking the Language of Dog Culture”