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Pigs is smart, well organized, has terrific exercises and catchy sound bites galore - verrrrry important in my opinion. --Jean Donaldson - Director, San Francisco SPCA and author of Culture Clash, Fight!, and Mine!
For those who believe that Bull Terriers are uncontrollable, strong-willed clowns, Jane Killion's When Pigs Fly will open your eyes. Highly readable! Read. Enjoy. Benefit. --Hon. David C. Merriam, Vice Chairman, American Kennel Club
A fresh, exciting, and thought-provoking way to look at your dog with new eyes and understanding. While there is some basic training in the book, seasoned trainers should take this book seriously. If you have tried other training books and been unsuccessful in seeing progress with your supposedly difficult dog, When Pigs Fly is the book for you. --Pam Dennison, Author of The Bringing Light to Shadow
Author Jane Killion lives in New Jersey with a houseful of Bull Terriers and a very wise cat. She breeds and shows Bull Terriers, has successfully competed with five different Bull Terriers and a Cattle Dog in agility and obedience. She has contributed several dog training articles to various publications and magazines. Her house is the frequent site of Bullypalooza days, which involve lots of people getting together with their dogs to train all day and then staying into the evening for dinner and lively discussions about dogs and dog training.
This is a good book for anyone that trains dogs. The author has so many great ideas on how to get dogs with different personality types motivated to work with you. Read morePublished 20 days ago by TERRI L WATKINS
This book is an excellent resource for owners of reactive dogs. Great information about why the dogs we love may be "impossible". Read morePublished 24 days ago by Leah Von Volkenburg
I thoroughly loved this book, both as a certified dog trainer and the owner of a seriously damaged rescue dog. I devoured it, ruined pages with (non rulered! Read morePublished 24 days ago by Malicity D'Obscuro