"Dog Training in Minutes" is Carol Lea Benjamin's dog-training book for the 1990s, geared specifically for people short on time but long on intention. Chapters cover:
|Publisher:||Turner Publishing Company|
|Product dimensions:||6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.31(d)|
About the Author
CAROL LEA BENJAMIN is a professional dog trainer with over twenty years of experience with all kinds of dogs. Besides her award-winning dog-training books, she is the author of two novels, four nonfiction books for children and a new mystery, This Dog for Hire, published by Walker and Company.
Table of ContentsAlso by Carol Lea Benjamin.
A Note about Gender.
PART ONE: Preparation.
1. Sad, Mad, Bad, Glad: How to Know What Your Dog Is Feeling.
2. Dressing Your Dog for Work.
3. Teaching Friendly Respect.
4. Teaching via Praise and Correction.
PART TWO: Education.
5. The Bare Minimum.
6. No-Training Training.
PART THREE: Anticipation.
8. Life Insurance.
9. How to De-Stress Your Dog.
10. Ten Secrets of Problem Correction.
PART FOUR: Recreation.
11. Ten Ways to Play.
12. The 10-Minute Workout.
About the Author.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Great book for beginners. It's a very easy read. Although, the book and it's methods are simple, training a dog is NOT. Her techniques work, but it takes a huge committment. Lots of practice, practice, practice....