Dook Dook Ferret Magazine - May 2017
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This new edition of the digital magazine is themed 'Animal Communication'. The objective of this issue is to help you deepen the connection you have with your ferret, understand it better and discover new ways to allow it to live a more fulfilled life. This latest Dook Dook Ferret Magazine is packed with in depth interviews, tips, stories, science articles, exercises and so much more! It is our biggest issue to date! In this issue we cover: - Animal Communication - Is it possible? We interview renowned Interspecies Communicator, Trisha McCagh, and also take a look at whether it is possible from a scientific perspective. - Intelligent Ferrets and Their Need for Stimulation - A scientific look at different forms of ferret intelligence and how boredom can become mentally and physically detrimental to your ferret. - Ferrets as Emotional Support and Service Animals - Discover how ferrets are helping people with disabilities around the world. - Should Ferrets be Kept in Groups or by Themselves? - Take a look at the debate happening amongst European ferret carers and what our thoughts are around it... - Respite for Shelter Owners - An interview with Rescuer's Relief Founder, Lisa Watson, about the physical and mental burnout shelter owners experience. 'A truly eye opening and concerning article!' - What is Your Ferret Trying to Tell You? - Discover a unique perspective on approaching common "problem" ferret behaviours. 'You'll look at ferrets in a new way!' - How to deepen the connection with your ferret - Animal Trainer, Seth Pywell, teaches us about the importance of understanding a ferrets point of view with the actions it takes and observing it's natural behaviours in order to grow a deeper, more trusting bond with them.
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