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How Do You TestaDog's Hearing? 17 seen you before you make the sound. Sometimes it is best to conduct these tests when your dog is sleeping, to reduce the likelihood that the dog is responding to the sight of your movements.
Author: Stanley Coren
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
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Performance: Now, with your hands push the cups around, making overlapping circles. The dog's job is to follow with his eyes the cup that's hiding the treat. You should suddenly stop moving the cups when they're lined up horizontally in ...
Author: Immanuel Birmelin
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
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Did you know that you and your dog see , smell and hear the world around you very differently ? Your dog can probably understand a little English ; how well can you understand doglish ? Can you tell when your dog is sick ? Can you tell ...
Author: D. Caroline Coile
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
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Based on how well you know your dog, what type of personality does he have and how well does he handle being confined? Is he the type of dog that will try to escape knowing that he cannot get past a certain barrier mark? 2.
Author: Joy Renkins
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
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And that gives you a dog you can enjoy more and keep safer. So how do you know your dog is feeling the tap on the constant button when you turn? And how do you know he feels the tap on the momentary button when you ask him ...
Author: Monks of New Skete
Publisher: The Countryman Press
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There are many ways for people to give back to other people. Did you know that your dog can also make a contribution to the dog world? By allowing your dog to donate blood, you just may be saving the life of another dog that is ill or ...
Author: Kristen Hampshire
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dogs can learn to sit when asked. Let's teach a dog to sit. You know how to do that already? Great, but do you know why it works or better, what to do when it doesn't work? Do you sometimes have to say, “sit” more than once or does she ...
Author: David Ryan
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
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presenting that to your dog is key and can help you enjoy your runs. Being honest and self-aware here may be tough; if you are timid and small, your dog may kick his protective instincts into overdrive. He sees you as someone he needs ...
Author: Bryan Barrera
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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Understanding and Improving the Way You and Your Dog Live Together Fernando Camacho. The walk is a big reward for your dog, ... Ted Kerasote does a great job of explaining how dogs "see" things in his book Merle's Door.
Author: Fernando Camacho
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
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Tolling Retrievers, Shetland Sheepdogs, American Eskimos and Lhasa Apsos, were specifically bred to bark as part of their jobs (such as herding, hunting, and guarding). As hard as this may seem, the best thing to do is to completely ...
Author: Pamela Dennison
Publisher: Dogwise Publishing
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Step by step instructions will help make what may seem insurmountable into something much simpler. This book will take you through it all:
• A look at the science behind modern training techniques and why they really work.
• Expert advice on basic training – sit, down, stay, come, door etiquette and loose leash walking.
• Addressing jumping, biting, stealing and other misbehaviors.
• Helping your dog become a Canine Good Citizen.
Life mirrors dog training. The effort you put in now will yield you many rewards, both immediately and for years to come.
What experts are saying about You Can Train Your Dog!:
Pam Dennison has done it again! She has written a fabulous book about training dogs that will benefit both the pet owner and novice or professional instructor. This in-depth volume bears Pam’s signature stamp of breaking tasks into small steps that make learning effective and fun for dog and human alike. When I think of Pam, I think of someone who really “gets” dogs and who stands out in her ability to teach using practical, simple, realistic, and effective dog-friendly methods. This wonderful book is chock full of easy to follow approaches that work with family dogs, working dogs, high-performance dogs, and dogs with problems. It is precisely because of its practicality and comprehensiveness that I plan to use this book in my Animal-Assisted Play Therapy training program. This is an absolute must-read for everyone who trains their own or others’ dogs!
Risë VanFleet, PhD, RPT-S, CDBC Founder, The Playful Pooch Program, Author of the award-winning Play Therapy with Kids & Dogs and The Human Half of Dog Training: Collaborating with Clients to Get Results
Wow! This book has it all. From basics and animal husbandry through to Premack and control games. If we had more well planned books like this in our stores there would be less problem dogs on our streets! Pamela does a great job of deciphering the science behind dog training in this user friendly guide to having a great dog!
Nando Brown, IMDT, CAP2, FSG1, FFITT
I love how Pam makes the science and art of training a dog understandable for all caregivers. By using this book you will not only understand how your dog learns, but teach him step by step many important behaviours; from preparing him for vet visits to teaching him to walking on a loose lead. You can enhance the relationship you have with your dog and the relationship he has with you by reading this excellent book.
Chirag Patel, PG Cert (CAB), BSc(Hons), CPBC, DipCABT Animal Behaviour & Training Consultant
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