Who Are We?
First of all, welcome to Dog Discoveries! Many people have a New Year’s resolution, some may choose to lose weight, others may wish to stop smoking and some more may want to exercise and eat healthier. Well, here at Dog Discoveries, we decided that, on our grand opening date in 2016, our resolution was to always continue to learn something new about dogs and share our golden nuggets with our dog lovers worldwide.
So if you are a dog lover and are eager to learn something new about dogs, embark on our wonderful journey for many days filled with Dog Discoveries! We tackle anything dog related that pique our interest from dog behavior, dog anatomy, studies, breed facts, health and we even add some fun trivia too!
Oh, and if you are interested in learning new dog words, keep an eye on our glossary section, as we slowly build up our Dog-o-pledia from scratch! If you are like us and love learning something new about dogs, stay tuned and never miss a post by following us on our Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest pages.
We hope you are excited about our journey as we are, so thanks for visiting us and Woof!
Who Writes Our Content?
Adrienne Farricelli is our main author and contributor. She has been working professionally with dogs now for over a decade. She is a former veterinarian assistant for an accredited animal hospital and currently a certified dog trainer and behavior consultant. She is also author of several articles printed in dog magazines and books.
Her work has appeared in E-how, USA Today, Every Dog Magazine, Daily Puppy and Connecticut Dog Magazine. She also contributed a chapter to the book: “Puppy Socialization – An Insider’s Guide to Dog Behavioral Fitness” by Caryl Wolff and including contributions from Dr. Ian Dunbar, Dr. Carmen Battaglia, Dr. Ed Bailey, Dr. Michael Fox and Peter and Nancy Vollmer.
Adrienne is also author of the popular Brain Training For Dogs online course! This course offers loads of training tips and brain games to keep dogs mentally stimulated and happy with bonus access to hundreds of articles, a forum and videos on training dog tricks included too. You can get access here: my online dog training course.
Adrienne has attended several courses including a college course on canine theriogenology from University of Minnesota and a course on dog emotion and cognition from Duke University. In 2015, she enrolled in an academically advanced science-based program and is working her way towards an accredited diploma in canine behavior science. In 2018, she has also completed two courses on Hospice and End-of Life Care for Dogs.
Adrienne currently lives in Arizona with her beloved Rottweilers, Petra and Kaiser. She has worked on earning titles in Rally obedience and Canine Musical Freestyle. She also owns 15 chicken, which by the way, are also clicker trained!
Have questions? Ask!
Need some professional input on something dog related? Adrienne will be more than happy to answer questions about dogs (as much as she can). We will select some relevant ones and post answers here or or our other A to Z Dog Publishing websites. You will be notified when and where your answer will appear. Please consider that due to overwhelming queries, Adrienne may not be able to respond to everyone. Email us by simply using our contact us section.
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