Teach your dog to mind her manners.
Today, dogs are part of the family, so they need to know how to behave in polite society. With warmth, wit, wisdom, and keen insight into the canine psyche, respected dog trainer Sarah Hodgson provides advice for teaching your pet good manners.
At home and on the go, proper canine etiquette makes life easier for you and your dog. From greeting guests properly at the door to going on holiday, dogs who exhibit social graces make a good impression and make good pets. With this guide, you'll have a cool, couth companion you'll be proud to call family.
|Publisher:||Turner Publishing Company|
|Edition description:||First Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.86(w) x 8.06(h) x 0.39(d)|
About the Author
Arthur Greenwald is an award-winning writer and producer, whose television programs have appeared on PBS, CBS, Lifetime, and the Sci-Fi Channel. He has served as a creative and strategic media consultant to a wide range of clients, including the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the Ad Council, Bloomberg Television, and Yale University. Greenwald lives in Studio City, California, with his Dalmatians, Traffic and Emily, who report that Arthur’s training is “coming along nicely.”
Table of ContentsIntroduction.
Where Good Manners Begin.
The Four-Paw Rule.
Romps and Recreation.
Town and Country.