Dog psychology

Ivory in bed

This is Ivory, the Landseer Newfoundland who is enjoying a very pampered life in France with my parents.  As the weather is getting colder, she has decided to take snuggle up in bed rather than lie on the cold floor tiles.  The only problem is that this is the cats’ bed and rather too small for this big girl (who does have her own doggy duvet).

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Heather Yaxley PhD

Dr. Heather Yaxley is passionate about sustainable careers, reflective practice and professional development. I am a rhizomatic educator, practitioner, consultant, academic and scholar. As a qualified academic, I teach the CIPR professional qualifications with PR Academy and have experience teaching at various Universities. I run the Motor Industry Public Affairs Association (MIPAA) and my own strategic consultancy. I was awarded by PhD researching Career Strategies in Public Relations by Bournemouth University in 2017. I'm a published author, with books, chapters and academic papers to my name.

4 thoughts on “Dog psychology”

  1. What a wonderful photo!

    When my cat was a small kitten (probably 10 weeks or so)…and before the “no jumping on the counters/tables” rule had sunk in…one time she was found curled up on a large serving platter, which was sitting on top of the microwave. Unlike Ivory, she had ample room to spread. We debated sticking an apple nearby (although not in her mouth, being a cat and all).

    Now, for the next published photo, I’m requesting one capturing the glares of indignation from the cats whose sleeping places have been usurped.

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