Dancing With Dogs: Easy-to-learn Techniques and Fun Routines for You and Your Dog

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Thunder Bay Press, 2006 - Performing Arts - 128 pages
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Look out Fred and Ginger a new breed of dancer is taking center stage for four-legged friends and their two-legged partners. By combining dog tricks with dance routines, this easy-to-follow book will teach you how to train your dog (and yourself!) to perform simple, entertaining dance routines.

Learn how to boogie with your best friend including 20 Travolta-worthy dance routines in this fun, practical guide to dancing with dogs.

Mary Ray, an international dog obedience expert and three-time winner of the legendary Crufts Obedience Championships, and Andrea McHugh, a noted pet care author, offer dog owners a delightful way to connect with their pooches.

This enjoyable book features plenty of heelwork-to-music techniques and lots of fun routines such as Saturday Night Fever, Swashbuckling Pirates, and Top Hat Tap Dance.

Everything is covered from basic to advanced moves, choreography, and how to use props and costumes.

Simple step-by-step instructions and detailed color photographs provide a delightful repertoire of dance routines and entertaining sequences.

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About the author (2006)

Andrea McHugh is a freelance journlist specializing in pet care. She is a regular contributor to many leading pet care magazines including Your Cat, and is the author of Kitten Care and Training.

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