How to be the Leader of the Pack…And have Your Dog Love You For It.

August 12, 2013 - Comment

Learn how to love your dogs without spoiling them and provide boundaries without intimidation. This dog training booklet clarifies how to be a benevolent leader and avoid aggression related to fear or dominance. If you want to be a natural leader to your pack and teach your dog that being polite is fun, this booklet

Learn how to love your dogs without spoiling them and provide boundaries without intimidation. This dog training booklet clarifies how to be a benevolent leader and avoid aggression related to fear or dominance. If you want to be a natural leader to your pack and teach your dog that being polite is fun, this booklet tells you how to do it in a peaceful, kind way. The ideas and exercises are based on the way dogs communicate with each other, so they are highly effective and easy for your dog to understand. Written by Patricia McConnell, it is an essential part of any canine library!

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Comments

cammykitty "cammykitty" says:

Mixed reaction I’ve read several different dog training and behavior books, and Patricia McConnell is one of the best… and one of the funniest. Everything in this pamphlet is good advice, and good things to be reminded of. We have a problem in our household with different “standards” for our dog, so I will leave this book around the house hoping my DH reads it. It is short, so he might, and if he tries some of the suggestions it would solve many problems. Pushy begging, refusals to give back…

Abigail Staff says:

EXCELLENT Patricia is an excellent animal behaviorist and I recommend all her books. This one is the best one yet.Trisha is not a dog trainer–she is an animal behaviorist, this is what makes all the difference! Think of an animal behaviorist as a “root-cause” analyzer of behavior. Training only helps to train the pet to do a certain action but it does not get at the root cause of the response or behavior (like inadvertantly rewarding the behavior, you would be amazed at how many of us do…

Anonymustly "anonymous is my middle name" says:

The Cliff Notes of Puppy 101 I guess I should have paid more attention to the number of pages contained in this book. When I received it, I was glad I’d paid so little for it. Unfortunately I didn’t learn anything new about my ‘pack’ from this book having been through various courses of beginning and advanced training with both my dogs.

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