On this week’s show, we were first joined by Dr. Nicholas Dodman. Nick is Professor, Section Head and Program Director of the Animal Behavior Department of Clinical Sciences at the Tufts Cummings school of Veterinary Medicine, book author, media personality and lecturer. He and his colleagues have made some
groundbreaking discoveries into canine compulsive disorders, and there seems to be a connection to obsessive-compulsive disorder in people. Here is the link to the Behavior clinic at Tufts.
Then, Professor Elizabeth Davidson joined us to discuss amphibian conservation, teaching children about frogs and amphibians, and her new book, Cheery, The True Adventures of a Chiricahua Leopard Frog. Here is more book information.