Linda Case

Linda_Headshot-091_finalLinda Case is a dog trainer, canine nutritionist, and science writer. She earned her B.S. in Animal Science at Cornell University and her M.S. in Canine/Feline Nutrition at the University of Illinois. Following graduate school, Linda was a lecturer of companion animal science in the Animal Sciences Department at the University of Illinois for 15 years and also taught companion animal behavior and training at the College of Veterinary Medicine. Linda currently owns AutumnGold Consulting and Dog Training Center in Mahomet, IL (, a company that provides scientific writing, training programs and research support to dog owners, pet food companies and animal advocacy organizations. In addition to her teaching and training work, Linda is the author of numerous publications and five dog books, most recently “Dog Food Logic: Making Smart Decisions for your Dog in an Age of Too Many Choices” (Dogwise, 2014). She also authors the popular blog “The Science Dog” ( Linda and her husband Mike currently share their lives with four dogs; Cadie, Vinny, Chip, and Cooper, and Pete the cat. In addition to dog training, Linda enjoys running, hiking, swimming, and gardening – most of which she happily shares with her dogs.Linda Vinny Cooper Lake of Woods Park Sept 2013

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