Caged Love: Suburban Dogs and the Crate Training Conspiracy
Canine psychology and dog-training experts Ray and Emma Lincoln reveal scientific research, expert opinions, and memorable true-case studies that demonstrate how excessive crating of dogs causes hundreds of serious physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms including fear, aggression, "kennel-craze," and "doggie autism," where dogs can't bond properly with people and avoid human touch.
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Chapter 2 Stages of Normal PuppyWolf Cub Development Development of Canine Intelligence
Chapter 3 One Day in the Life of a Crated Vs an Uncrated Dog The Story of Champ
The Useless Dog Syndrome the Real Estate Bubble and the Rise of the Open Floor Plan and the case of Bouncy the Labradoodle the terror at 530
How Big is Our Societys Problem With Dogs That It Make So Many of Us Turn to Crating?
The Inconvenient Truth How Crate Training Has Allowed the New Dog Training Industry to Grow Explosively Even When Methods Dont Work
The Dog Crating Conspiracy How a 50 Billion Industry Beyond Profits from Crating
Scientific and Veterinary Evidence on the Dangers of Excessive Crating
Chapter 9 Extreme Case Studies and
No More Lassies Old Yellers Why Crated Dogs Have Problems Loving Right Our Kids May Never Know
Chapter 11 How to Train a WellBehaved Puppy
What You Can Do
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