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ABC Practical Guide to Dog Training

Author : Steven Appelbaum
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With the proliferation of titles in the market today, why another book on pet dog training? Because most of them sound wonderful, but don't work! And the dogs being trained often develop problems as a result. Frustrated pet owners are looking for practical, humane answers -- that provide results. The experienced approach contained in The ABC Practical Training Guide has proven itself with over 40,000 dog owners across the United States and Canada who have found their answers "as simple as ABC."

Extraordinary Jobs in Entertainment

Author : Alecia T. Devantier
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Ever wonder who wrangles the animals during a movie shoot? What it takes to be a brewmaster? How that play-by-play announcer got his job? What it is like to be a secret shopper? The new.

My Life with A Westie

Author : Irena Whitfield
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The book is a collection of real life short stories happened to our westie dog, Drixi, plus a bit of westie history and a real life guide to the westie world incl questions, answers and secrets helping other westie owners have a happy and healthy westie living with them for long happy years.

The Ethical Dog Trainer

Author : Jim Barry
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Dog trainers face ethical decisions all the time. Do I keep working with a client when it is obvious that the owner will not keep up the training program I recommend to the detriment of the dog? Should I accept payments from other dog professionals to whom I refer clients? What is the proper way to interact with other dog trainers who use methods I disagree with? Author Jim Barry dives deep into the ethical questions frequently faced by dog trainers and offers up a systematic approach (his SITSTA method) to helping trainers resolve difficult dilemmas.

Minding Your Dog Business

Author : Veronica Boutelle
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Setting up and running a successful dog-related business is an achievement in itself (one addressed from A to Z in Veronica Boutelle's first book, How to Run a Dog Business - Putting Your Career Where Your Heart Is) but the real test is to build success and growth for the long haul. This book will tell you: • How to develop your business for long-term financial security and personal fulfillment. • How you can become more comfortable and effective at selling your services. • What the smartest, easiest, least expensive ways to market yourself are. • How to level out the scheduling-and-revenue roller coaster of seasonal fluctuations. In straightforward language, sprinkled throughout with humor, Veronica and Rikke show you how to make choices that are right for you in an ever more competitive market.

Advanced Canine Reproduction and Puppy Care

Author : Myra Savant Harris
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Answers to common questions and unusual problems encountered even by experienced breeders: Use sunlight to improve breeding results; avoiding C-sections; make AI more successful and much more from a breeder and lecturer who has "been there."

From the Ground Up

Author : Kim Collins
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You might have a dog who you think will be a super-star on the agility course, but unless you work with him "from the ground up," you may end up being disappointed. Author Kim Collins takes the position that there is a lot of training and relationship building that needs to go on before you ever begin to train the specific skills needed for agility. So this is the perfect book for you if you have a puppy or a young dog and are planning a career in agility in the future as it provides a complete training plan for both his pre-agility work and when he is ready to head out on the course.You will learn: The relevant basic training methods including luring, prompting, and shaping. The key concepts needed to provide reinforcements to your dog to get him to do what you want him to do. Pre-agility obedience behaviors that all agility dogs need to master before moving forward. All the skills your dog needs to master to succeed in agility including foundation work, flatwork, obstacle training, then testing and proofing.

When Pigs Fly

Author : Jane Killion
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Do you have an impossible dog? Does your dog come when called, heel properly when you go for a walk, and sit quietly when you ask him to? If your answer is a resounding No! then you may think you have an impossible dog, a Pigs Fly dog, one you may think can never be trained. The key to training success with these dogs is to figure out what they find rewarding and then use those rewards to get the behavior you want. Youll be amazed at what your bad dog will do when you know how he thinks and what turns him on!

The Dog

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The Dog Trainer s Resource 2

Author : Mychelle Blake
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When the first volume of The Dog Trainer's Resource was published in 2007, it became a resounding success among professional dog trainers and behaviorists. It also introduced a new generation of dog trainers to the profession and started them on the road to success with information from experts in the field. This new volume, The Dog Trainer's Resource 2, contains more cutting edge information collected from dog training's most influential magazine, The APDT Chronicle of the Dog, published by the Association of Pet Dog Trainers. Subjects covered in this book range from puppy training and socialization to working with veterinarians and how to run the business end of the leash. A special emphasis in this volume is on behavior problems including how to diagnose problem behaviors, training, and management strategies. It includes detailed case studies that give the reader insights from experts. Both new and seasoned dog trainers will benefit from the 73 articles written by 43 authors.