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The Legacy and Tragedy of the Life of Dr. Sophia Yin

On Sunday, Sept. 28, Dr. Sophia Yin, one of the world's most respected and important veterinary behaviorists, committed suicide. She was 48. Dr. Yin was a pioneer in the field of force-free, positive-reinforcement dog training. It would be hard to understate her contribution to the world of humane pet care. At School for the Dogs, there is not a day that goes by that we don't reference one of her books or videos.
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