Why dog trainers will have to change their ways
Professor John Bradshaw is leading a revolution in the study of canine behaviour. ‘Dogs don’t want to control people, they want to control their own lives,’ he says.
Furry good news: Professor John Bradshaw engages in a tug-of-war with Kate Kellaway’s dog Lily. Photograph: Karen Robinson
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