One of the greatest myths in dog ownership is that once a puppy is housetrained and has graduated from a puppy training class, an owneras work is done. In fact, that work is just beginning.Drawing on some twenty-five years of clinical experience, Dr.Dodman offers what he calls qcontinuing educationq for dogs and their owners. You will discover ac how much exercise your dog really needs (and why)ac how diet can affect behaviorac how to communicate clearly with your dog and understand dog body languageac how to lead your dog, not dominate himac how to optimize your dogas environmentac how to address medical problems that might underlie unwanted behavior Dr.Dodmanas comprehensive, seven-step approach takes on the whole dogahis health, behavior, and environmentaand lays the groundwork for the proper care and training of your best friend, for life.should pick up the end of the training lead and say the word aOffaa once only. If the dog obeys by getting off the furniture, he should be praised immediately and perhaps even given a food treat. If he doesna#39;t obey, owners should exert steady, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Well-Adjusted Dog|
|Author||:||Nicholas H. Dodman|
|Publisher||:||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt - 2009-06-24|