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Feeling Outnumbered? How to Manage and Enjoy Your Multi-Dog Household. Paperback – August 1, 2001
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"This booklet is a life saver for anyone living with more than one dog!" --Amy Lubeck, Past President of Golden Retriever Rescue of Wisconsin
About the Author
Patricia B. McConnell, PhD. and Karen B. London, PhD. are Certified Animal Behaviorists and professional dog trainers who specialize in evaluating and treating serious behavioral problems in domestic dogs. They are both nationally and internationally respected ethologists who combine the best of science and practical experience to help their two favorite species, people and dogs.
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We were prepared for a couple weeks of adoption stress. (Our first one was rescued out of Korea, with a stab wound in her back, sooooo...yeah we were ready.) But the barking was really getting to both of us, and we were starting to get worried about integrating him successfully with our first pooch, who doesn't bark at all (except in the case of 'porch invaders'). And yes, we are now incredibly appreciative that our first go around was with a dog mentally strong enough to save the barking for special occasions!
Anyway we started calmly body-blocking with him just this morning whenever he bolted barking at the door... and it's been four hours of people talking outside, dogs barking across the street, and motorcycles on a holiday weekend--in complete, serene silence. Our first dog has been even more deliriously happy than usual now that I've been able to be that much more consistent with her. There are a LOT of good, basic, practical suggestions in this book, and I can't wait to start working on them--and I imagine they'll have less immediate results--but this one technique is worth the weight of this book in GOLD.