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So here you are, right next to a new dog who just entered the house, and whose life history you know little or nothing about. Now what? How do you welcome an adult or adolescent dog into your home and incorporate this new individual into your family? This booklet is designed to help you ease the transition from "new dog" to "family member" by guiding you through the first steps of this new relationship.
Love Has No Age Limit includes information on what to do as you enter the house, how to handle the first few days, what to do and what not to do as you get to know each other, and tips on everything from the car ride home to the first vet visit. It includes advice on training and a section on solving common behavioral problems to helps prevent the most frequent dilemmas that people encounter when adopting a new dog.
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About the Author
Karen B. London, Ph.D. received her B.S. in Biology from UCLA and her Doctorate in Zoology from the University of Wisconsin. Her research and scholarly publications cover such diverse topics as interactions between species that live together defensive and aggressive behavior, evolution of social behavior, communication within and between species, learning, and parental investment. Dr. London is a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist and a Certified Pet Dog Trainer whose clinical work focuses on the evolution and treatment of serious behavioral problems in Dogs. Karen London is currently a columnist for The BARK Magazine and served for three ears on the Animal Behavior Society's Board of Professional Certification. She has written widely about training and behavior, as well as giving educational seminars and speeches on canine behavior for trainers, veterinary and shelter staff and the public. She is a lecturer at Northern Arizona University for a tropical biology field course to Nicaragua and has given guest lectures in Animal Behavior at several universities.