How to Teach a New Dog Old Tricks: The Sirius Puppy Training Manual

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James & Kenneth Publishers, 1996 - Pets - 200 pages
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Voted the #1 BEST BOOK (1999) by the Association of Pet Dog Trainers?the largest and most influential worldwide association of professional pet dog trainers. Fun training with toys, treats, lures, and rewards. Easy, fun-loving, dog-friendly methods for teaching basic manners off-leash, and for temperament modification and behavior problem troubleshooting. Written from the dog's point of view and emphasizing natural motivational methods to teach your dog to want to do what you want him to do! "How To Teach A New Dog Old Tricks is the best book by dog training's leading genius. The most relevant, important piece ever written on the subject of dog behavior and training. Some fields are lucky enough to be granted a giant: a figure whose contributions inspire awe and are unsurpassable. Ian Dunbar is that in dog behavior. There is no single person on the face of the planet to whom dog trainers and owners (not to mention dogs) owe more." Jean Donaldson (author of The Culture Clash)

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User Review  - RosanaHart - LibraryThing

Your new dog's old tricks will include many obedience commands if you use this book... But even more important, you will have what you need to know to help your puppy develop great temperament ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mandy - Goodreads

When I got a puppy (!!!) it seemed like everyone recommended this book to me. A lot of it is hopefully common sense for most people (of course I want to reward my dog when he does something right, not ... Read full review

Contents

I TEMPERAMENT TRAINING
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Preventing Dog Bites
35
Handling and gentling
37
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