Cesar’s Rules: Your Way to Train a Well-Behaved Dog

February 26, 2014 - Comment

The training book you’ve been waiting for from the bestselling author and star of National Geographic Channel’s Dog Whisperer Your dog just doesn’t seem to listen. You’ve been through obedience training, but he still can’t seem to master the most basic commands. And nothing you do seems to prevent him from misbehaving. “Clients usually come to

The training book you’ve been waiting for from the bestselling author and star of National Geographic Channel’s Dog Whisperer
 
Your dog just doesn’t seem to listen. You’ve been through obedience training, but he still can’t seem to master the most basic commands. And nothing you do seems to prevent him from misbehaving. “Clients usually come to me when their dogs are ruining their lives, not when they won’t sit,” says Cesar. “But everywhere I go, people are telling me they are confused about the wide variety of training options and theories out there, and they feel paralyzed because they don’t know which to choose.”

Now, in his usual straightforward, confident manner, Cesar takes on the topic of training for the first time, by explaining the importance of balance as the foundation for a healthy relationship between you and your dog. In order to provide a variety of training options, he calls upon some of the foremost experts in the field to offer their advice so that you can find the perfect approach that works for you and your dog through a variety of methods.

Filled with practical advice, anecdotes, tips, and trouble-shooting techniques from Cesar and his colleagues, this is the ultimate guide to a well-behaved and well-balanced dog—from a new puppy to an old dog who can still learn new tricks. 

The Only Training Book You’ll Ever Need
 
#1 New York Times bestselling author Cesar Millan shows you how to communicate well with your dog and shares the most effective and humane methods for teaching your dog how to be a happy, well-behaved member of your household. In Cesar’s Rules, he’ll address:

* The most popular training techniques, including positive reinforcement and using a clicker
* Ways to teach basic obedience commands sucha as sit, stay, and come
* The importance of balance, and why a well-trained dog does not necessarily mean a balanced one
* How to use your dog’s own natural inclinations to create better behavior
* The methods and theories from a variety of renowned trainers, including Bob Bailey, Ian Dunbar, Joel Silverman, Martin Deeley, and Mark Harden
* Encouraging and honoring your dog’s instincts
* And much more . . .

Comments

a reader says:

Lots of options for dog owners to use! With “Cesar’s Rules”, Cesar Millan has provided a ton of information to dog owners about the history of dog training, various approaches to dog training, and how dogs have contributed to humans as working animals. Oh, and there’s some dog training info, too!The book starts off with some background on Cesar. It quickly moves into background and thoughts from many other trainers. This is probably my favorite part of the book (as a professional animal trainer) as I love reading…

Rita Celeste says:

THANKS! Okay, living on a farm, previous titles like ‘Cesar’s Way’ and ‘Be The Pack Leader’ didn’t have that much advice I would be able to use. This book however had things about training off-leash. It had ways to teach dogs words and phase out treats. Lets face it, the best dogs we ever had were the dogs we had as children. We had time for them, they followed us everywhere, they did it all out of love cause we couldn’t sneak that darn many treats to them! A pitbull mix adopted me. She just followed…

Jacquelyne R. Cassada says:

A Spokesperson for Common Ground Cesar’s Rules represents a departure from Cesar Millan’s earlier books: Cesar’s Way, Be the Pack Leader, A Member of the Family, How to Raise the Perfect Dog: Through Puppyhood and Beyond. In this book, Cesar’s first on dog training rather than dog rehabilitation, Cesar discusses his methods in context with those of other trainers — and highlights those other trainers in dedicated chapters or when referring to their specialties. In his book he speaks with Dr. Ian and Kelly Gorham Dunbar,…

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