How to Say It to your Dog

How to Say It to your Dog

Solving Behavior Problems by Communicating in Ways your Dog Will Understand

Book - 2003
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Penguin Putnam
Our pets are our best friends...but it's sometimes hard to figure out exactly what they're trying to communicate to us. Now, with these two books, readers can learn to use tone and inflection, eye contact, training, touch, and even telepathy, not only to solve behavior problems but to develop a richer relationship with their pets. Plus, information on how canines and felines communicate with each other will help owners interpret the woofs and whines, meows and purrs, and body language to understand what's on their pets' minds-and what they might be trying to express.

DOG issues addressed:
? Socialization
? Diet
? Going to the Vet
? Emergencies
? Crate Training
? Housetraining
? Aggression
? Destructive Chewing
? Leash Problems
? Separation Anxiety
? Shyness
? and more...

Baker & Taylor
A practical handbook on the art of canine communication explains how to understand what is on one's dog's mind and how to eliminate such behavioral problems as separation anxiety, aggression, and shyness, with helpful tips on socialization, housebreaking, going to the vet, diet and nutrition, and emergencies. Original.

Publisher: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall, 2003
ISBN: 9780735203501
Characteristics: p ; cm


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