The Everything Dog Obedience Book: From Bad Dog to Good Dog

The Everything Dog Obedience Book: From Bad Dog to Good Dog

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by Jennifer Bridell
     
 

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You love your dog, but you'd love him even more if he stopped chewing the furniture and obeyed your commands. What if he brought you your slippers or stopped jumping up on the neighbors every time they stopped by? The Everything Dog Obedience Book provides you with the tools to take the lead, by exploring and explaining the correct techniques for:

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    Overview

    You love your dog, but you'd love him even more if he stopped chewing the furniture and obeyed your commands. What if he brought you your slippers or stopped jumping up on the neighbors every time they stopped by? The Everything Dog Obedience Book provides you with the tools to take the lead, by exploring and explaining the correct techniques for:

    • Rewarding good behavior and tackling bad behavior
    • Housebreaking your dog
    • Training your dog to sit, stand, and heel
    • Getting your dog to listen
    • Instilling proper walking etiquette in your dog
    • Avoiding excessive barking

    From biting and barking to housebreaking and socializing, The Everything Dog Obedience Book is an authoritative, must-have guidebook for any dog owner and dog lover.

    Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9781440524059
    Publisher:
    F+W Media
    Publication date:
    05/14/2007
    Series:
    Everything
    Sold by:
    Barnes & Noble
    Format:
    NOOK Book
    Pages:
    320
    Sales rank:
    867,461
    File size:
    3 MB

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    Meet the Author

    Jennifer Bridwell is a certified Canine Good Citizen Evaluator for the American Kennel Club. She is the founder and owner of The Canine Connection Dog Training, LLC, in Connecticut. She also provides evaluations and training for the City of Milford Animal Shelter, Shelter Alliance and Resources for Animals with Handicaps, Inc., and several other rescue organizations. A recipient of the prestigious Utility Dog title, Ms. Bridwell's dogs and some of her students' dogs have been ranked in the top five nationally by breed at all levels of competition. A resident of Milford, CT, she has been published in Pug Talk magazine.

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