"This is probably one of the best books on canine behavior, body language and ethiology. Dr. McConnell's writing is both intellectually stimulating and humorous at the same time. By using examples of life with her own dogs and that of her clients, McConnell instructs the reader on how to teach and understand dogs in everyday situations."
"Suzanne provides a refreshing look at understanding how dogs think. She focuses more on building a relationship with your dog and less on giving out hard and fast methods for training basic behaviors."
"Tamar provide easy, non-challenging ways to work with you dog. Her methods are gentle and thoughtful providing the reader with lots of new ideas and techniques that easy to follow for novice trainers."
"Excellent book for those readers working with terriers and hounds. Killion provides easy-to-follow instructions for shaping behaviors using a clicker- from the basics, sit/stay, come, etc. to the more complex."
"Great book for people considering doing agility or canine sports with a reactive or easily excitable dog. Leslie provides new and innovative ways of teaching dogs to work effectively with their owners in close proximity to other dogs or while in the agility ring."
"Must have pamphlet and DVD that teaches you how to teach your dog an effective emergency and everyday recall. In my opinion the best method for developing a recall in every situation, including distractions."
"In depth instructions on developing a counter - condition protocol for dogs with resource guarding issues. Due to complex instructions - I recommend this book for trainers or people who have additional knowledge of canine body language and behavior."
"Kyra does it again - another great book. She discussed different things to keep you and your dog entertained. Some of the ideas she mentions are skijoring, therapy dog visits, agility and more. Great pictures and detailed descriptions make it fun and easy to train your dog."
"Not light reading by any means but chock full of information on how dogs actually learn. If you're studying to be a dog trainer or earn your CPDT (certified professional dog training designation) - this is a must read."