Daria Pushkareva

Applied Canine Behaviorist and

Veterinary Specialist


Dog Science Club member



Daria Pushkareva studies the behavior of dogs in their natural environment and is dedicated to promoting the well-being of dogs. She has created a unique living space for over 200 dogs, taking into account the specific needs of their breed. Daria leads educational projects for pet owners and volunteers, as well as conducting scientific research. Her expertise lies in the adaptation of wild animals and dogs with aggressive behavioral episodes. Daria was a speaker at the 4th Open Conference of the University of Modern Canine Science and has delivered lectures to students at three universities. She is also the author of the book "Tales with Tails".

201 Not-Dalmatian: Multidog Society of the New Age as an Alternative to Shelters

The upcoming presentation promises to delve into the intricacies of managing a large population of dogs in a single territory. The speaker will touch upon various aspects, including the efficient utilization of space and zoning techniques, creating an atmosphere that facilitates the longevity and well-being of the dogs' muscles and joints, fulfilling their sensory requirements, and relocating them to prevent anxiety, conflicts, and overload. The presentation will also provide valuable insights into stress reduction techniques, effective feeding practices, and optimizing human labor when dealing with a significant number of dogs.