Artikler om hunde,
hundetræning, hundefoder, og sundhed for hunde,

publiceret af Mogens Eliasen via K9joy®

(Engelsk originalside: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/index.php)


Her er en oversigt over de offentlige artikler Mogens Eliasene har skrevet om hunde:

  1. Hundetræning og problemadfærd

  2. Hundefoder og naturlig fodring

  3. Sundhedspleje for raske hunde

  4. Andre emner vedrørende hunde


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Artikler vedrørende Hundetræning og problemadfærd:

Udgivelsesdato:
Titel og emne:
2006
APR 10

Consolidating or destroying your relationship with your dog?

Few people understand that satisfying the dog's most obvious physical needs for food, water, exercise, etc. can lead to deterioration of their relationship with the dog! This does not mean that those needs should not be adhered to, but it means that there are some much more powerful emotional needs that should have a higher priority....

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/relationship.php

2005
SEP 18

Using treats as a "bribe" - or as reward

Many trainers refuse using treats as reward because "the dog will then only perform when you have a teat in the hand", as they claim. The problem here is that those trainers do not understand the difference between command and reward...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/bribe.php

2005
APR 25

Teaching the dog English…?

In order to make life easier on themselves, most people choose to use traditional spoken language, also in communication with their dogs, hoping that the dog will at least learn some English. It is not happening as intended. Instead, this practice drastically lowers the dog's speed of learning!

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/commands.php

2003
MAR 12

The solution to the problem behind "problem behavior"

Why "correcting" the problem itself hardly ever works very long, but dealing with the true reason for the obnoxious behavior does...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/problembehavior.php

2003
MAR 12

The link between behavior and need

Why eliminating unwanted behavior is next to impossible...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/needs.php

2003
MAR 12

Is your dog bored?

Keeping domesticated wolves as pets in a modern society is not free of conflicts - but they are not difficult to solve...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/boredom.php

2003
MAR 12

Standard Obedience training: What is in it for the dog?

Some important reasons why traditional obedience training does not work...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/obedience.php




Artikler vedrørende Hundefoder og naturlig fodring:

Udgivelsesdato:
Titel og emne:
2006
OCT 22

Preservation Chemicals in Dog Food

In contrast to what is the case for human food producers in most countries, pet food manufacturers are not legally obliged to disclose what preservation chemicals they use….

What few people know is that the most common of those chemicals are outright illegal to use in human food, because of their dangerous properties! Or they are know to promote cancer in dogs…

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/preservationchemicals.php

2006
JUN 01

Is it OK to Feed a Dog Table Scraps?

Since the cave man's time, man has fed his dogs with his own garbage. Modern times, with kibble, are no different. The nature of the garbage has changed, though…

And so has the answer to the question.

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/tablescraps.php

2005
SEP 14

Ian Billinghurst: "The Raw Truth - Separating Fact from Fiction"

This article was submitted to "Dogs in Canada" in response to an article written by Hilary Watson and published in the September issue. Hilary Watson's article falsely pretended to be balanced, but was, in reality, a fake and unsustainable attempt to demonstrate that a raw food diet for dogs is a "bad" choice. With Ian Billinghutrst's permission, we like to bring his very eloquent answer, along with links to the original article and Mogens Eliasen's spontaneous comments.

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/TheRawTruth.php

2005
MAY 02

The Dangerous(?) Vitamin A...

There is a profound general fear amongst raw-feeders that they should overdose vitaminA. Sure, it is possible to kill with vitamin A - but the natural sources that contain enough to do eny harm are so exotic that they truly do not deserve any concern, unless you feed with polar bear on a regular basis...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/vitaminA.php

2005
MAR 26

Which "Raw" Guru is right?

In the community of people who feed their dogs raw food, there are disputes and controversies between different belief systems that too often appear to do nothing but giving hesitant followers reason to go back to kibble…http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/rawgurus.php

2004
NOV 30

Balancing the diet with logarithms…

When discussing food and balance in nutrition, it is important to understand that chemical processes in the body are controlled by the same fundamental chemical laws as the rest of the Universe. One of the unpleasant consequences of this is that it gets impossible to understand how different chemicals impact each other, unless you comprehend that what matters for their energy and "value" for the body is not their concentration, but the logarithm of their concentration.

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/logarithms.php

2004
NOV 16

Do you dare to feed a raw diet to your dog? Or do you really dare not to?

It is amazing how people can argue about whether or not to feed their dog a raw diet instead of commercially available kibble products. Here are some facts that should be considered before you attempt to participate in that discussion!

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/raw.php

2004
SEP 21

Shifting to the ultimate carnivore feeding schedule…

Once you comprehend that your carnivore companion, the domesticated wolf you have in your family, needs to ingest its food on some completely different terms than the two-legged primates in your family, the question is, how you manage the transition.

This is a grade-7 level guide to managing the shift.

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/ultimatefeedingschedule.php

2004
SEP 15

What all carnivores are dying for...

Most people feed their dogs from a perspective of what is good for a human. Unfortunately, the dog's digestive system is very different from that of a monkey, so such an approach causes a lot of conflict and undesired results. Few dog owners comprehend that the common practice of feeding at least once a day, if not more, seriously contradicts the dog's natur and leads to dog being constantly stressed by hunger!

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/feedingfrequency.php

2004
FEB 14

Food Allergies - Part II: Identifying the Culprit

The specific action plan - how you isolate your allergen through elimination and practical observation.

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/allergies2.php

2004
FEB 14

Food Allergies - Part I: Preparing the Investigation

A practical approach to identifying the source of the problem when you deal with food allergies - and how you find out if you indeed do have a food allergy and not an allergy casused by something else.

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/allergies1.php

2004
JAN 28

When labels of mineral contents are misleading for the uninformed...

Don't let fancy labels fool you! Minerals are important nutrients and often great for treatment of certain medical conditions - but it matters a lot in which form they are present - and, most often, this is not disclosed at all on the labels...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/mineralanalysis.php

2004
JAN 15

(Updated
October 22,
2006)

Making your own delicious liver treats

This is a simple recipe for the liver treats that have outperformed all other kinds of treats in regards to the amount of work most dogs are willing to do for them... Absolutely no preservatives are used - and they store quite well in the fridge or freezer.

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/livertreats.php

2003
JUNE 05

Why cooking of dog food can cause allergies and malnourishment

Cooking (heating) food will cause a significant chemical change of it. Those change have a dramatic effect of a dog's ability to digest the food: many essential nutrients get destroyed - and otehrs are created that cause trouble....

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/cooking.php

2003
JUNE 05

Why your dogs need to fill its stomach on a regular basis

Dogs do not have monkey stomachs! The digestive system of a canine is so completely different from that of a human that you cannot use humans standards for what is good for your dog...

URL for this article:http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/stomach.php

2003
JUNE 05

(Updated
October 22,
2006)

Balancing the Calcium/Phosphorous ratio in a raw diet for dogs

Why supplementation can be outright dangerous!

Managing difficult chemistry with ease for you and pleasure for the dog!

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/CalciumPhosphorous.php

2003
JUNE 05

(Updated
October 22,
2006)

Why adding Vitamin C to your dog's diet is not always a wise thing to do...

Dogs produce all the Vitamin C they need. If you add it also artificially in large amounts, you need to understand the biological chemical consequnces of doing that - otherwise your good intensions will do more harm than good...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/vitaminC.php

2003
JUNE 05

(Updated
October 22,
2006)

The truth about Vitamin E

The value of Vitamin E is undisputable - but should not be overestimated. Neither should you ignore the fact of synthetic vitamin E being chemically different from Vitamin E made by Nature. This may or may not matter much - it depends on the effect you want to achieve with the supplementing!

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/vitaminE.php

2003
MAR 13

Why feeding your dog a consistent diet "on time" is a bad idea

How misunderstood TLC can create completely unnecessary problems when shifting to a different food or having to change the scheduled feeding times...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/conditioning.php

2003
MAR 07

How you can avoid problems when shifting your dog's diet from "bad" to "good"...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/detoxification.php

2003
MAR 07

(Updated
October 22,
2006)

Grain or not in a dog's diet?

Although grain is the cheapest available source of energy and it the major component of all commercial dog food, it should not be a regular main component of any dog diet at all.

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/grain.php

2003
MAR 07

Why fat in the diet isn't "bad" when you are a dog

Fat is as important for dogs as carbohydrates are for humans - if they are served raw and not cooked...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/fat.php




Artikler vedrørende Din hunds sundhed:

Udgivelsesdato:
Titel og emne:
2005
SEP 27

Vaccines 4: What Should We Vaccinate Against?

Vaccines are not free of risk; sometimes, their side effects can be outright devastating, crippling, or even fatal…. When considering whether or not to vaccinate, we need to compare a low risk of death with a high risk of misery. That is not easy - and most people unfortunately get so focused on the "worst case" that they create an unnecessary lowering of life quality for their dogs...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/vaccines4.php

2005
SEP 27

Vaccines 3: Is vaccination worth the risk

Vaccines are not free of risk; sometimes, their side effects can be outright devastating, crippling, or even fatal... When considering whether or not to vaccinate, we need to compare a low risk of death with a high risk of misery. That is not easy - and most people unfortunately get so focused on the "worst case" that they create an unnecessary lowering of life quality for their dogs...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/vaccines3.php

2005
SEP 26

Vaccines 2: Are vaccines reliable and safe?

Vaccines are generally promoted as "safe prevention of disease". It is smart marketing. Although there do exist examples that indicate this could be right in some cases, there are also many examples known to demonstrate the exact opposite. It still remains a scientific fact that proof of efficacy of vaccines simply does not exist….

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/vaccines2.php

2005
SEP 24

The Rabies Threat

Rabies has existed for millions of years, and it will most likely survive man on this Planet. It is a dreaded and feared disease with a mortality rate that is close to 100% for those that contract it: there are only 7 cases known of survivors - out of 40,000-60,000 cases in total in the World per year.

Howe come, then, that we do not vaccinate people against rabies, but only our dogs?

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/rabies.php

2004
AUG 25

The Immune System - how it works and how you support it

This article gives a "layman's overview" of the immune system and the way it functions. The articles explains how the body fights diseases, how it generates auto-immunity, and how you you can increase its capability of defending the body against diseases.

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/immunesystem.php

2004
AUG 25

The Salmonella myth

Salmonella can attack humans and dogs alike - and it is generally feared, based on some ridiculous scaremonger that is totally out of proportion with reality. This article brings you the cold hard facts of this perceived "danger".

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/salmonella.php

2004
AUG 17

Avoiding health risks - or living with them...

There is no such thing in life as avoiding risk. When people nevertheless try to do so, they inevitably incur other risks they were not aware of - and those other risks are often much bigger than the ones they tried to avoid.... The article explains what a risk truly is and it uses well-knowm examples to illustrate the principles of risk management.

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/avoidingrisk.php

2004
AUG 01

Vaccines 1: How vaccines work - when they work

Many people believe that a vaccine gives instant protection against certain diseases, as included in the vaccine. This is absolutely not the case - and it can be outright dangerous to administer vaccines under that assumption, as even many veterinarians unfortunately do on a routine basis...

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/vaccines1.php




Artikler vedrørende Andre hundeemner:

Udgivelsesdato:
Titel og emne:
2006
JUN 10

Breeding Dogs without Bite Inhibitors?

There are many misperceptions about dog fights. In addition to plain ignorance, a main reason is that there are many different types of fighting behavior embedded in the genes that control the instinct behaviors of our dogs. These behaviors are very carefully balanced with each other, so that they together support the survival of the species. The problem is that, when some of those instincts are no longer there, the balance of that puzzle becomes a very dangerous cocktail…

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/biteinhibitors.php

2004
FEB 15

(Updated
OCT 22,
2006)

Why your veterinarian cannot afford to always tell you the truth...

You need to understand your vet's conflict of interest between taking good care of your dog and making a living!

If you value our fundamental rights to free speech, this article will shck you!

URL for this article: http://k9joy.com/dogarticles/vettruth.php





More information about solving dog behavioral problems

Har du et "Hundeproblem"?

Hvis du har et problem med din hund, så har din hund mest sandsynligt også et problem med dig...

Du kan kontakte Mogens Eliasen vedrørende ethvert adfærdsproblem du måtte opleve med din hund, og du kan få svar på telefonen! (Ja, Mogens vil ringe til dig i Danmark, fra Canada - det betaler du ikke extra for):


  • Mogens' telefonkonsultationstjerneste - en velforberedt konsultation hvor du indgiver en beskrivelse af din hund og dine problemer med den, så Mogens først kan få et overblik over problemstillingen, og give dig hurtigere og bedre råd om hvad du kan gøre. (Når du klikker på linket, kommer du til en engelsk side, men du kan udmærket sende din beskrivelse af problemet på dansk; Mogens forstår udmærket dansk, og konsultationen vil naturligvis blive på dansk.)

  • Mogens' konsulenttjeneste via INGENIO - en direkte måde at få her-og-nu hjælp med akutte problemer .






Sommerlejr for dig og din hund, med træning af
søg, spor, tricks, HjerneGymnastik, og "generelle manerer"!


Familen? Den er du velkommen til at bringe med - hvis du kan styre den!
Dette er en enestående chance for at du kan få dit forhold til din hund udviklet og underbygget
ved at lære mere om hvordan du kan forbedre dine lederegenskaber,
så både du og hunden kan have meget mere fornøjelse af hinanden.

Om det er sjovt? Det kan du lige tro!
Og, hen mod slutningen af kurset, vil du formentlig nyde at se,
at din hund tage sig en frivillig lur, når den er færdig med sit arbejde!

Du får flere oplysninger her!
(Vær opmærksom på at denne side godt nok generelt er på engelsk,
men de kurser, der bliver arrangeret i Danmark, bliver også averteret på dansk
- blot klik på det danske flag, og du kommer direkte til den danske part.)





Titles available from K9joy®:

Anders Hallgren:
"The ABC's of Dog Language" (140 page book - 1996)
Understand what your dog is telling you - and communicate with it on its own terms. A must have for all dog lovers. Easy to read. Easy to use as reference.

Mogens Eliasen:
"The Dog's Social Behavior" (2.5 hr. video - 1998, updated on DVD 2006, with support materials on a CD)
How the dog's behavior is linked to its instincts and needs. What you can change and what is "for life". How you use this information to dramatically improve your relationship with your dog.

Mogens Eliasen:
"BrainWork for Smart Dogs" (380 page e-book - 2003)
How you get a happy and well-behaved dog, stimulating its brain with 15 minutes of fun per day. Dogs need to work and use their instinct in order to be in mental balance. Everyone can do it with these instructions. More than 40 exercises to choose from!

Mogens Eliasen:
"Don't Pull on the Leash!" (40 page e-book - 2005)
The 5 simple steps in this complete training manual will effectively stop any dog from pulling on the leash, with no pain or abuse and no special equipment - and make the start of a much better relationship with the dog.

Mogens Eliasen:
"Is Your Dog's Drinking Water Safe?" (30 page e-book - 2005, updated 2006)
A layman's overview of how and why drinking water gets contaminated - and what you can do about it.

Mogens Eliasen:
"Feeding Your Dog - the Natural Way" (1 hr. video - 1998)
The fastest introduction to get you started on feeding your dog a natural diet. It explains the dog's physiology in simple terms, so you also understand why you should do this.

Mogens Eliasen:
"Canine Choice - by Nature" (80 page e-book - 1999, updated 2005)
The simple "how-to" about feeding a natural diet for optimal health.

Mogens Eliasen:
"Raw Food for Dogs - the Ultimate Reference for Dog Owners"
(340 page e-book - revised/expanded 2006)
Everything you need for making your own informed decisions about what to feed your dog, and why and how. Includes numerous examples of feeding plans plus two chapters on how to work with your vet, also if he/she does not approve of your feeding...

Mogens Eliasen:
"The Wolf's Natural Diet - a Feeding Guide for Your Dog?"
(125 page e-book - 2004 updated/revised 2006)
What we know and don't know about the wolf and its natural feeding, and about the dog and its domestication, and what we can and cannot conclude from wolf to dog... this is the big "why?" behind any responsible approach to feeding your dog.








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