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"A breath of fresh air. Emma Parsons's presents practical applications gained through years of experience." -- Ken Ramirez, VP for marine mammal programs and animal training, Shedd Aquarium, Chicago
"Clear and easy "recipes" for success make Click to Calm a must read for pet class instructors and owners." -- Fran Masters MEd, CPDT, NADOI, MasterPeace Dog Training
"Here is the soundest, kindest, and most practical advice available." --Karen Pryor, author, Don't Shoot the Dog!
Excellent tutorial on how to change undesirable behavior to desirable behavior in a manner where the dog wins. No punishment... just good shaping.Published 18 days ago by Ross Tartan
This book has become my bible for helping my young golden learn the proper way to greet strange dogs.Published 28 days ago by Christine Beavers
Reading it now. looking to help my JRT with her aggression towards my cattle dog. Both are females and I believe that is part of the problem.Published 1 month ago by Susan Berkowicz
Very useful, easily readable and detailed "to how" regarding helping reactive dogs. One of the best books on the subject; I've read several.Published 2 months ago by AB
Emma's book is very helpful. Rather than simply giving inspirational statements, she includes exercises with specific steps to use to train your dog. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael Andrew
Although my 10 month old pup is not aggressive, he can get very over stimulated. The processes outlined in this book are most helpful for shaping a more desirable behavior. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Erin James
this is a very good book to help train any dog. Especially a reactive dog. My little girl it's not there yet. Read morePublished 5 months ago by MonkeyPig
Finally somebody has realized and been able to express how to handle a dog who is dog aggressive/people aggressive. Read morePublished 5 months ago by proflaf