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Author:  Turid Rugaas
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1929242239
ISBN-13: 9781929242238
Sku: 31275049
Publish Date: 4/10/2007
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 8H x 5.5L x 0.25T
Pages:  60
Age Range:  NA
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Describes a kind and effective method for encouraging dogs to walk without pulling. Simple steps with informative photographs which aid understanding, includes tips on equipment to use, reasons for pulling and trouble shooting, along with case studies.
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Is walking your dog a tug-of-war? At last, a simple way to teach your dog to walk on a leash without pulling your arm off! Norwegian dog trainer, Turid Rugaas, internationally known for her ground-breaking work on canine body language and author of On Talking Terms with Dogs: Calming Signals, turns her attention to the common problem of dogs that pull while on a leash. In My Dog Pulls. What Do I Do? you will learn Turid's quick and easy method to train any age, size or breed of dog to walk calmly and quietly on a loose leash. Her approach is humane and based on a solid understanding of why dogs pull and how to work with the dog's nature and the environment to overcome the problem. City, town or country walking will become more relaxed, reducing stress for dog and owner. My Dog Pulls explains: Why dogs develop pulling problems.Simple steps to retraining even a vigorous puller.How to rehabilitate the puller with clear, helpful photographs. Correct use of leashes, collars and harnesses. What works, what doesn't.Troubleshooting problems that arise in training.
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