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Fight!: A Practical Guide to the Treatment of Dog-dog Aggression Paperback – December 1, 2004
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Once you pick up this book, you won t be able to put it down. Jean Donaldson has put together a long overdue book brimming with pertinent information about a cluster of complex behavioral problems that have perplexed dog trainers for years. --Pia Silvani, CPDT, Director of training and Behavior at St. Hubert s Animal Welfare Center, author of RAISING PUPPIES AND KIDS TOGETHER - A GUIDE FOR PARENTS
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From the award-winning author of Culture Clash, Mine!, and Oh Behave! A practical guide to the treatment of dog-dog aggression. This down-to-earth manual will teach you how to use behavior modification to retrain a dog that bullies other dogs or becomes fearful when approached by other dogs. Includes descriptions of common types of aggression, assessing prognosis, remedial socialization, on-leash manners training, proximity sensitivity, play style and skills, resource guarding, and prevention.
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As a scientist (plant ecologist) who has also read some books on dog and cat behavior by scientists for lay audiences (Inside of a Dog https://www.amazon.com/Inside-Dog-What-Dogs-Smell/dp/1416583432 was great), I did not find this difficult to understand, and I absolutely appreciate the straightforward tone and evidence-based methods. No, the guides to working on behaviors are not simplified, numbered outlines, but they are complete and not difficult to understand. I have a couple of books with those simplified, step-by-step guides, and they're great, but they did not give me the confidence or detailed assistance with this particular, scary problem.