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Miss Fido Manners Complete Book Of Dog Etiquette: The Definitive Guide to Manners for Pets and Their People Paperback – June 11, 2007
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In the (real) dog world, "manners" refers to the basic obedience skills that enable the puppy to interact with other dogs and humans: sit, down,stay etc. along with not jumping on guests and properly greeting other dogs. There are literally dozens of books to assist the human teaching these skills. Classes are also recommended.
So, if you had to choose, would you rather have a cleverly dressed little darling pulling you down the sidewalk, or a dog wearing only a collar who walks on a loose leash?
In my opinion, mannered mutts rule while the others simply drool.
So, if you hate when dogs jump on people only to hear, "Oh! its okay"--when you know it isn't--you'll find this book a great reference tool.
In addition to short tips and snippets of information, you'll find product recommendations and useful website links.
Some of the topics you will find are home and office manners, proper child and neighbor relations, street smarts, restaurant rules, parties and gifts, pet professional protocols, and more.
Make sure you raise a sophisti-pet by using some of the newest tips and hints in books such as this one...and if you have someone who has a delinquent dog it makes the perfect gift!
Copyright 2007 by Diana L Guerrero (Author of Blessing of the Animals (ISBN 1402729677) & What Animals Can Teach Us...(ISBN 1893361845)
of pet topics and have always been impressed. I read her book from cover to cover and thoroughly enjoyed the anecdotes which were right on the money and made the book user friendly. It far surpassed other training books I've read and will certainly reccommend it to my clients!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
While Charlotte Reed's book "The Miss Fido Manners Complete Book of Dog Etiquette" does share some good tips, this book has more wrong than right. Read morePublished on February 6, 2008 by Sue L. Janson
This beautifully designed book is a MUST HAVE for all dog owners. I'm sending one to my parents and my brother immediately. Read morePublished on July 29, 2007 by Ann Weinstock