Thursday, August 21, 2008

What All Good Dogs Should Know

Title: What All Good Dogs Should Know - The Sensible Way to Train

Authors: Jack Volhard, Melissa Bartlett

Paperback: 144 pages

Publisher: Howell Book House (Feb 19, 2008)

Language: English


An easy-to-read manual on what a "good dog" should be and how our favourite four-legged friends can qualify. It includes step-by-step instructions on understanding, teaching and bonding with your dog.

Basic commands include "sit", "come", "go lie down", "stay" and "leave it". Problem behaviours such as jumping on people, pulling on leashes, stealing food and others can also be corrected. Also addresses issues common to rescue and shelter dogs, including shyness and insecurity.

Great for novices or those attempting to "unlearn" their dogs of bad habits. The book comes with illustrations that inject both morals and humour.

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