Positive Perspectives 2: Know Your Dog, Train Your Dog

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Dogwise Publishing, 2008 - Pets - 283 pages
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Dogwise Publishing is pleased to reunite again with Pat Miller for the publication of her second volume of Positive Perspectives, a collection of her recent articles. This collection is more advanced than volume one, with particular emphasis on understanding the latest in canine behavioral research so that you can become a more effective trainer and/or owner. Written in Pat's understandable but sophisticated style, Positive Perspectives 2 presents the latest "positive" thinking on body language, training and behavioral concepts, teaching behaviors, problem behaviors, and aggression.
  

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Review: Positive Perspectives 2: Know Your Dog, Train Your Dog

User Review  - Mary - Goodreads

This is a book I'll be rereading occasionally as there are so many helpful tips on how to train your dog to be socially appropriate. Miller reminds us to be consistent, calm and observant with our dogs. Heck, that's good advice for dealing with humans! Read full review

Review: Positive Perspectives 2: Know Your Dog, Train Your Dog

User Review  - Goodreads

This is a book I'll be rereading occasionally as there are so many helpful tips on how to train your dog to be socially appropriate. Miller reminds us to be consistent, calm and observant with our dogs. Heck, that's good advice for dealing with humans! Read full review

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Author Pat Miller is at the forefront of the force-free, positive dog training phenomenon in the United States

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