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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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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