Laura Donaldson is a retired Ivy League professor (Emeritus, Cornell University) who has also been a dog trainer and canine behavior specialist for over 15 years. She holds a Ph.D. in the humanities and has done graduate work in applied animal behavior. She is a Certified Dog Behavior Consultant through the IAABC; a Karen Pryor Certified Training Partner; and a Certified Control Unleashed Instructor. She owns Four Paws, Four Directions Dog Training & Behavior Consulting LLC, which is located in the beautiful Fingerlakes region of Ithaca, New York. In her currently full-time behavior consulting practice, she focuses almost exclusively on dogs struggling with dog-dog and dog-human directed aggression issues. She teaches both in-person and online Control Unleashed classes. She is a published writer on dog behavior and her essay, “The Cognitive Revolution and Everyday Dog Training: The Case of Look at That,” won the 2018 Maxwell Medallion Award for best magazine article on dog training and behavior. This article, along with several others, is part of a forthcoming book titled Growing ProSocial and Brain Powered Dogs: Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Canine Aggression. Her aim in the book is to bring the emergent research on canine cognition to the everyday practices of dog training.