Virtual Event with Zazie Todd | Wag

Virtual Event with Zazie Todd | Wag

July 21st 2020 | 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Join us on Tuesday, July 21st at 7 p.m. with author Zazie Todd for a virtual talk on how to make your dog happy! Please sign up here for access to the event!

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Wag by Zazie Todd



Whether you are training a new puppy, considering adopting a dog, researching dog breeds, or simply curious about your own dog's happiness, Wag has all the answers––and then some.

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Respected dog trainer and social psychologist, Zazie Todd, demystifies the inner life of canines and shares recommendations from leading veterinarians, researchers, and trainers to help you cultivate a rewarding and respectful relationship with your dog―which offers many benefits for you, your family, and your four-legged friend.

"The must-have guide to improving your dog's life."––Modern Dog Magazine

Inside this engaging, practical book, readers will find a check list for a happy dog, enrichment exercises, how to socialize and train a new puppy, how to reduce fear and anxiety in dogs, tips for visiting the vet, information on aging dogs, expert interviews with vets and psychologists, and so much more!

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Zazie Todd, PhD, is the best-selling author of Wag: The Science of Making Your Dog Happy, which has a foreword by Dr. Marty Becker. Todd loves nothing better than helping people resolve issues with their pets and is the creator of Companion Animal Psychology an award-winning blog about how to have happier cats and dogs (according to science). She has a blog at Psychology TodayFellow Creatures, and her writing has also appeared in Modern DogModern CatPacific StandardThe Psychologist, and Reader’s Digest. She has a PhD in Psychology and is an honours graduate of the prestigious Academy for Dog Trainers. Originally from the UK, she lives in Maple Ridge, BC, with her husband and two cats.

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