Anna Jane Grossman @annajane
Anna Jane Grossman is a writer and dog trainer in New York City.
Articles by Anna Jane Grossman
I called the king of 'Screw' to ask him about the end of an era, and he was, at the very least, eloquent.
I love myself, and I'm pretty good looking, so, naturally, I've taken some selfies in my time. But I'm not nearly as obsessed, it seems, as my dog.
She is the first non-human mammal to be found to be able to keep a beat. Her favorite song is Earth Wind & Fire's "Boogie Wonderland."
Florida v. Jardines is a case about dogs and marijuana. I know what you're thinking.
Learning how to train dogs hasn’t fixed all the problems in my life, but it has given me a better idea of how to properly use rewards with those around me, no matter how many legs they might walk on.
Everything is upside down down under, innit? Not only does the water go down the drain in the wrong direction, but also, dogs drive.
One New Yorker likes to let Cosmo and Retro, a pair of collie-Great Pyrenees mixes, roam free on sidewalks and in Central Park. Also, they're clones.
Humans have DNA tests and Maury. Less complex mammals have evolved other methods.
Much of the animal training you see, whether it's at SeaWorld or at a puppy class, is rooted in classical conditioning, the kind of training Pavlov demonstrated when he showed that dogs can be made to salivate at the sound of a bell that repeatedly p…
B.F. Skinner, the psychologist and social philosopher, had an idea about how to bring about world peace. It involved teaching pigeons to guide missiles.