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Nicholas Dodman Discusses Canine Fears.

Internationally renowned professor of behavioral pharmacology at Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, Nicholas Dodman, is an expert in domestic animal behavior and psychology. In the new book "The Dog Who Loved Too Much" (Bantam) he illustrates his unique treatments and creative cures for pet disorders with stories from his own practice. Dr. Dodman's therapeutic innovations include, changes in the dog's diet, exercise regime, and even the prescription of some "human" personality drugs. (Interview by Marty Moss-Coane).


Other segments from the episode on March 13, 1996

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, March 13, 1996: Interview with Orville Schell; Commentary on the word "cool"; Interview with Nicholas Dodman, Part 2; Commentary on Austin, Texas's music scene.


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