The popular English television personality suggests that dogs' misbehavior is their owners' fault and offers her method for training dogs of every temperamentGuarding At first the dog is quite good, only barking at people who enter the premises; then he finds to his delight that they pause when ... etc. ; perhaps he even starts running up and down along the fence with his hackles up, showing all and sundry what a brave dog he is. ... enter the gate find quite a nasty dog barking at them, one who refuses to go to his owner when called or to stop barking when told.
|Title||:||No Bad Dogs|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 1984-10-01|