What people are saying...


I feel like I have a better understanding of dogs,

and therefore, my own dog.

    Jay B., New York

Thank you for coming to speak at the club. 

It was everything I/we could have asked for -- informational and entertaining.

Laura Hill, Board Member, Port Chester Obedience Training Club

Julie’s lecture on dog cognition was engaging and informative. The research being done is of great value to trainers, owners and ethologists.

    Jill MacKay, PhD Student

Scottish Agriculture College

Dog Spies on NBC!

Animal enthusiasts enjoyed a Dog Spies talk at

Carroll College Anthrozoology Program

Dog lovers from seasoned scientists to high school students have told me how much they enjoyed

and benefitted from her lecture.  

Dr. Leslie Angel, Carroll College

Anthrozoology Program

You have a great presentational style,

very professional and casual at the same time.

    Rachel Hott, PhD

Co-director The NLP Center of New York

In the Press

Do Dogs Think?

Barbara King, NPR July 2013

The Animal Behavior Meeting

Patricia McConnell, July 2013

What was Seamus thinking?

Salon, November 2012

Why Dogs Hump

Marc Bekoff, September 2012

Looking At the Way We Look At Our Best Friends

Marc Bekoff, August 2012

Down, boy! The politics of humping

Ohmidog! July 2012

Do dogs feel guilty?

Scientific American, May 2012

Not leopard spots: Dog, Spot

The Lafayette, April, 2012

Another look at the “guilty look”

Ohmidog!, April 2011

Do you really know your dog?

New York Companion, Fall 2011

Q&A with Dog Scientist, Julie Hecht

A Brooklyn Dog’s Life, January 2011

Does your expat dog have something

to be ashamed of?

Caboodle.hu, May 2010

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