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The five-week training program takes only
10 to 20 minutes of practice a day and
works both for puppies and for adult dogs
that need to be trained out of bad habits.
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Cesar’s formula for a contented and
balanced dog seems impossibly simple:
exercise, discipline, and affection, in that
order.
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Inside we give you the perfect guide to
training your dog in all of the basic
aspects of how you want your dog to
behave.
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This new, expanded edition, with a fresh
new design and new photographs
throughout, preserves the best features
of the original classic while bringing the
book fully up-to-date.
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This new edition of THE ART OF RAISING
A PUPPY features new photographs
throughout, along with updated chapters
on play, crating, adopting dogs from
shelters and rescue organizations and
raising dogs in an urban environment
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Now, in his usual straightforward,
confident manner, Cesar takes on the
topic of training for the first time, by
explaining the importance of balance as
the foundation for a healthy relationship
between you and your dog.
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The conversational tone is both
informative and fun — very accessible,
and it feels like the reader has a
consulting trainer standing at her
shoulder! Bring your dog from emotional
to thoughtful, and enjoy a calmer, more
enriched life with your best friend.
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Now revised and updated, pet expert
Shirlee Kalstone's foolproof method for
housebreaking your dog is available with
a fresh new look and up-to-date
information.
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Instructions on how to phase out the use
of a clicker and treats to introduce more
advanced training concepts; a diary to
track progress; suggestions for treats
your dog will respond to; and a glossary
of training terms.
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Includes specific tips on how to: *
housebreak both puppies and adult dogs
* teach your dog to come to you
regardless of what he's doing * end
annoying habits like jumping, food
stealing, and barking * prevent
aggression.
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By developing the skills necessary to
become the calm-assertive owner your
dog needs in order for him to live a
balanced, fulfilled life, you’ll improve your
dog’s behavior and your own life as well.
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Training your dog (and yourself) for agility
competitions will create a fun working
relationship that both of you can enjoy.
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The kind of dog for whom standard
training methods whether positive or
punishment-based don t seem to work.
Call them stubborn, call them
independent, call them challenging
whatever you call them don t give up!
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Guidebook to teach dog owners how to:
choose the perfect dog for their
household, establish themselves as the
“team leader,” master “command and
control,” employ “situational awareness.
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Copyright 2018 © Barry M. Baker
Canines-and-Felines.com
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Dog Training
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Icons for each game indicate whether it is
interactive, solo or group, where it can be
played, the level of difficulty and whether
any props or toys are used.
Tricks range from simple ones like Sit,
Shake Hands, Fetch, and Roll Over, to
extraordinary ones like Tidy Up Your Toys
into the Toybox, and Get a Soda from the
Fridge.
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