Why Does My Dog Do That?: Understand and Improve Your Dog's Behaviour and Build a Friendship Based on Trust (Digital original)

Why Does My Dog Do That?: Understand and Improve Your Dog's Behaviour and Build a Friendship Based on Trust (Digital original)

By: Caroline Spencer (author)Paperback

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Description

We all want a dog that we can take anywhere with us, a kind gentle dog with whom we can relax, walk and play without stress or anger. This practical, accessible book provides a unique way of communicating with dogs which will give you a better understanding of why dogs do what they do. This will enable you to correct undesirable behaviour in your dog and develop a friendship built on love, harmony and mutual trust. The methods used in this book don't seek to dominate your dog but rather to show that you are the decision-maker so that your dog can sit back and relax, knowing that all the important decisions regarding danger, safety and food are taken by you. This form of natural canine communication can be used to resolve any issue, such as: Aggression. Separation anxiety. Running off. Excessive or attention barking. Pulling on the lead. Digging up the garden. Jumping up. Difficulties associated with rescue dogs.

About Author

Caroline Spencer has 30 years experience of training and working with dogs. She now runs Pure Dog Listeners Ltd and offers seminars and dog owners consultations, teaching canine communication methods to correct undesirable behaviour in their dogs. www.puredoglisteners.com

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781845285104
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 192
  • ID: 9781845285104
  • weight: 210
  • ISBN10: 1845285107
  • edition: Digital original

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