The Dog Whisperer presents good habits for great dogs: a postitive approach to solving problems for puppies and dogs [electronic resource] / Paul Owens ; with Norma Eckroate.
- ISBN: 9780983189305 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 0983189307 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: [United States] : Sand Castle Enterprises LLC : 2007.
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|Summary, etc.:|| In the updated edition of this best-seller, The Dog Whisperer, Paul Owens offers more in-depth dog training protocols with additional notes, tips and problem-solving which make Paul's Three-Step-Process of shaping dog behaviors even more accessible. In addition to the best-selling nonviolent training features from the previous edition, this new edition includes: - Updated material on the power of non-force dog training - Information on the newest, most effective gear for all levels of dog training - A new section to teach dog tricks that will provide fun for both you and your dog Owens' compassionate dog training methods will help you create an emotional bridge to "plug in" and create a deeper bond with your dog than you thought possible. The Dog Whisperer book for dog behavior training offers a truly humane, revolutionary, and common sense approach to raising and training your dog. In Addition, You Will Learn: - How to "dog speak" - the body language and vocalizations needed to effectively communicate with your dog. - How to train your dog without jerking, hitting, kicking, shocking, or shaking. - How easy and fun dog training can be when you use the 9 Ingredients of Reward-Based Dog Training. - How to use "clicker" and "target training" to quickly and easily shape your dog's behavior. - How to turn affection, play, toys, praise, and social freedom into powerful rewards. - Five ways to establish a leadership role so your dog will happily follow your lead. - About dog behavioral problems such as jumping, barking, digging, chewing and mouthing.
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