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Meh... let me save you the money, this book basically advises you to never leave dog & child alone together & for any issues that arise call a professional dog trainer.Published 19 days ago by tabitha
Some good points but outdated training methods if you are a positive reward trainer.Published 2 months ago by Nightly reader
Mostly common sense. Did not find anything in the book that was not available free on the internet.Published 6 months ago by pittbull57
They may howl, but you have to get those cabinet straps on real tight or your child will get the dog open and make a real ruckus with your good pots and pans.Published 9 months ago by Mrs. Robinson
A well written guideline on ways you can help your dog adjust to the changes that inevitably come up when you add a child to our household. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Deborah
It didn't really provide a lot of new information. It was pretty basic suggestions.Published 16 months ago by Suzanna J Atkinson
This book has a lot of common sense advice and very helpful training methods to put that common sense to good use. Read morePublished 19 months ago by C. Robin
A lot of good ideas here, a bit more compulsion than I would like to see, particularly when using Karen Pryor as a reference, but if it saves kids from being bitten or dogs from... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Linda Schonerstedt
Still trying to figure this book out. Has a lot of the usual advice, not sure yet what else is there that can concretely help me.Published 21 months ago by Burboosh