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Happy Kids, Happy Dogs Paperback – February 23, 2006
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Happy Kids, Happy Dogs is recommended by pediatricians, midwives, veterinarians and dog behaviorists nationwide, by the Trauma Program at University of North Carolina Hospitals and by the award winning The Bark magazine.
"Happy Kids, Happy Dogs is a must-read for expectant parents who own dogs. Shumannfang gives practical and sound advice to help parents keep both children and canines safe and happy. As a mother and a dog-owner, I wish I had read her book before I started my family. I certainly plan to put her strategies to use in my own home."
---Katy Bartlett, M.D., Pediatrician
"Shumannfang's years of training experience, behavioral education and incredible 'doggy intuition' are evidenced in this must read for expectant dog owning families. Happy Kids, Happy Dogs is a well written guide that every expectant dog owning family should read and reread!"
---Susanne Hughes, DVM, Veterinarian
"Dr. Spock finally has some canine company. Happy Kids, Happy Dogs goes beyond the `supervise, supervise, supervise' mantra and provides specific training suggestions so families can cultivate healthy child-dog relationships. This user-friendly book fills a void in the dog training literature. Bravo!"
---Janice Lynn Triptow, J.D., CPDT, CDBC Founder of Dog Behavior Solutions, Inc., Chicago, IL
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This book is so out-dated and I disagree with the training techniques involved. I doubt the author even has a dog and kid.Published on March 23, 2013 by Pia J.
This book starts off with a woman describing a frightening experience she had with a dog and then bases almost everything on that same fear that she still obviously has with dogs. Read morePublished on July 7, 2009 by B. Raines
Much more informative than some other books on market for same subject. Shumannfang goes into much more detail on training tips for focusing your dog as well as the importance of... Read morePublished on July 30, 2007 by S. Loter