Amazing Pet Tricks

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Wiley, Mar 30, 2009 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 108 pages
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40 cool tricks you can teach your pet!

Ever wonder how you can train your dog and other pets to perform amazing tricks like the ones you see on TV? Now you too can impress family and friends with 40 cool tricks that are a cinch to master with your four-legged companions. You'll learn how to teach the basics that every good dog should know: sit, down, come, and stay. Then you'll move onto the classics, like shake and roll over. And if you really want to captivate your audience, you can learn more advanced tricks, like working with props and taking your show on the road to perform at schools, nursing homes, and other pet-friendly venues.

Loaded with lots of color photos and friendly information you can trust, the ASPCA Kids books were written by animal lovers for animal lovers—just like you.

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About the author (2009)

Kate Eldredge is a high school student who has lived with dogs and an assortment of other animals all her life. She enjoys working with them and has had a great time teaching tricks to all sorts of animals, from her dogs to donkeys to a goat! She thinks tricks are a great way to have fun with your pet and wishes kids everywhere the best of luck teaching their pets.

Jacque Lynn Schultz, CPDT, has worked for the ASPCA for more than twenty years. She began as a behavior counselor, then headed the Training and Behavior Department, and is now a senior director in the Community Outreach Department. In her current role, she works with animal shelters across the country to enrich and improve the lives of the animals in their care. Jacque is a popular speaker, an award-winning author, and a certifi ed pet dog trainer. She lives in Brooklyn with Bop, a sassy white cat with orange tabby patches, and Harpo, a blonde Tibetan Spaniel who is a master of many tricks.

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