Dog Training

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T.F.H., 2002 - Pets - 64 pages
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The Dog Owner's Problem Solver thoroughly yet concisely covers the eight most common dog owner's problemsexcessive barking, begging, chewing, digging, jumping up, leash pulling, mouthing and biting, and not coming when calledand offers simple yet effective training techniques to solve them. Each chapter focuses on a specific behavior problem and offers expert step-by-step instructions on how to successfully correct and prevent it. The book discusses the motivations behind natural canine behavior to help clarify any misunderstood actions, how positive training techniques and behavior modification can be customized to address even the most challenging behavior issues, and the importance of teaching your dog good manners so he can become a happy member of the family. The straightforward page layout is designed for quick reference, with numerous tip boxes and sidebars that make finding information fast, to provide an informative yet convenient read.

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Contents

Getting Started
5
HOUSETRAINING YOUR DOG
23
Solving Problems
37
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