Do Over Dogs - Give Your Dog a Second Chance For a First Class Life [NOOK Book]

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What exactly is a Do-Over Dog? It might be a shelter dog you’re working with to help her become more adoptable. Perhaps it’s the dog you’ve adopted, rescued, or even found running stray who is now yours to live with and love…forever. Or it could be the dog you’ve lived with for years but you realize he still has “issues” that make him a challenging canine companion. A Do-Over Dog is any dog that you think needs—make that deserves—a second ...
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Overview

What exactly is a Do-Over Dog? It might be a shelter dog you’re working with to help her become more adoptable. Perhaps it’s the dog you’ve adopted, rescued, or even found running stray who is now yours to live with and love…forever. Or it could be the dog you’ve lived with for years but you realize he still has “issues” that make him a challenging canine companion. A Do-Over Dog is any dog that you think needs—make that deserves—a second chance in life.

Noted author and trainer Pat Miller has spent her life working with both people and shelter dogs, family dogs, and dogs with behavior problems. In her newest book she shares the wisdom of her years in the field of force-free, positive dog training to help give people and pets a first class life—together.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781617810121
  • Publisher: Dogwise Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/25/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 199
  • Sales rank: 382,075
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Pat Miller is internationally known as an author and lecturer in the field of force-free, positive dog training. She operates her own training facility "Peaceable Paws Dog and Puppy Training" in Fairplay, Maryland where she lives with her husband Paul, five dogs, three cats, a donkey, and a pot-bellied pig.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2013

    Pat Miller's 'Do Over Dogs' is a fresh breath of air for owners

    Pat Miller's 'Do Over Dogs' is a fresh breath of air for owners of these special needs dogs.  Whether you're a seasoned pro or the surprised recipient of a Do Over Dog, there is appreciation for Pat's level of understanding why these dogs are the way they are.  As an owner of an ADHD DO OVER DOG (read the book ... you'll understand what I mean) I cannot extend enough appreciation to Pat for her guidance and understanding in assisting me to rehabilitate the dog.  An amazing dog who was once given only days to live because of her behavioral issues was granted a long and fulfilling life as the ultimate Woman's Best Friend because of Pat's guidance.  Read the book and gain the understanding about the issues some rescue dogs face.  This understanding along with Pat's guidance allowed once such dog to live a long life filled with love and adventure.  Pat Miller understands the significance of this and describes it so very eloquently 'Do Over Dogs'.

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