Through a Dog's Eyes: Understanding Our Dogs by Understanding How They See the World (Google eBook)

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Random House Publishing Group, Aug 10, 2010 - Pets - 384 pages
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A “transformative,”* inspiring book with the power to change the way we understand and communicate with our dogs.
 
Few people are more qualified to speak about the abilities and potential of dogs than Jennifer Arnold, who for twenty years has trained service dogs for people with physical disabilities and special needs. Through her unique understanding of dogs’ intelligence, sensitivity, and extrasensory skills, Arnold has developed an exemplary training method that is based on kindness and encouragement rather than fear and submission, and her results are extraordinary.

To Jennifer Arnold, dogs are neither wolves in need of a pack leader nor babies in need of coddling; rather, they are extremely trusting beings attuned to their owners’ needs, and they aim to please. Stories from Arnold’s life and the lives of the dogs who were her greatest teachers provide convincing and compelling testimony to her choice teaching method and make Through a Dog’s Eyes an unforgettable book that will forever change your relationship with your dog.
 
*Publishers Weekly

  

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Review: Through a Dog's Eyes: Understanding Our Dogs by Understanding How They See the World

User Review  - Leslie - Goodreads

A gentler way of teaching our dogs to be helpers and good companions. I am interested in the subject lately because I want to work with my Australian Shepherd as a service dog for me, since I'm losing ... Read full review

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The best dog book I've ever read. Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Jennifer Arnold is the founder and executive director of Canine Assistants, a service-dog school based in Milton, Georgia. She lives with her husband, veterinarian Kent Bruner, son Chase, three dogs, Bob the cat, eight horses, and a number of other animals.


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