Chapters are categorized by senses such as sound, sight, and smell; specific pack behaviors such as dominance and play also merit their own sections. McConnell uses the same humor and patience she recommends with dogs on her readers. Whether she's referring to maggots as "a value-added commodity in canine economics" or ruminating on attempts to verbally cue her dogs to exit the house one at a time, her wise and gently self-deprecating book brings training--of both dogs and humans--to new levels. Jill Lightner --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This gets its rating because the content is superb--some of it, I'd say, essential information for any dog owner. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by aw
I found this book informative, witty and engrossing. Covers material that is useful from chapter one in a way that is entertaining, not dry, by providing interesting stories that... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Dawn J.
This is an amazing, fact packed, based on research book, it will excite you & one book you will keep & use over & over again. Deserving of every star.Published 9 days ago by g
AND solutions to behavioral issues. My latest rescue is a 3-year-old yellow lab who didn't get enough of the right socialization at his last two homes, and I realized I was feeling... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Sandy
Such a fantastic book for those that are looking to understand the canine species and how we as humans are usually the ones to create confusion and bad behavior. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Logique22
Excellent Read: Everyone considering bringing a dog into their home should read this first. Every dog owner
should read, then read again.
Almost done reading and have been enjoying the new and recap of info. Reminds us of how we humanize our pets too much.Published 20 days ago by Jennifer Murch