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Get Connected With Your Dog Emphasizing the Relationship While Training Your Dog (Paperback)

Author:  Brenda Aloff
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1929242530
ISBN-13: 9781929242535
Sku: 207534974
Publish Date: 2/20/2008
Sales Rank: 57888
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 10.75H x 8.5L x 1T
Pages:  395
Age Range:  NA
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With over 390 pages and the accompanying DVD, the author of "Aggression in Dogs" and the Maxwell Award winner "Canine Body Language" brings you new ways to train your dog and to improve your understanding of how your dog perceives the communications you give to him. This is done by providing you with a series of exercises based on Positive Reinforcement training and a new set of protocols based on developing and improving any relationship. Getting connected with your dog is the key to building a relationship in which learning can flourish and the needs of both the dog and the owner are met. Once you know how to communicate with your dog, that knowledge, combined with positive training techniques, can make you a much more effective trainer.
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With over 390 pages and the accompanying DVD, the author of "Aggression in Dogs" and the Maxwell Award winner "Canine Body Language" brings you new ways to train your dog and to improve your understanding of how your dog perceives the communications you give to him. This is done by providing you with a series of exercises based on Positive Reinforcement training and a new set of protocols based on developing and improving any relationship.Getting connected with your dog is the key to building a relationship in which learning can flourish and the needs of both the dog and the owner are met. Once you know how to communicate with your dog, that knowledge, combined with positive training techniques, can make you a much more effective trainer.
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