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BETTER BEHAVIOR IN DOGS: A Guide to Solving All Your Dog Problems (PDF File)
1-57779-018-9

 

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NEW BETTER BEHAVIOR IN DOGS


The New Better Behavior In Dogs is a guide to understanding dog behavior. Learn how to stop dog aggression, from disruptive dog behaviors like coprophagia, phobias in dogs, whining in dogs to dog aggression towards people and stopping dogs from barking and stopping dogs from biting. Use humane and effective ways of correcting unwanted canine behaviors and learn to successfully communicate with your pet in The New Better Behavior in Dogs.


A GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING DOG BEHAVIOR

• Effective communication between you and your dog.
• Solutions to most common dog behavior issues.
• How to stop dog aggression..
• Stopping dogs from barking.
• Stopping dogs from biting.
• Seventeen kinds of problem owners and how they influence behavior.
• Common dog health problems and how they affect behavior.

Trade paperback, 6 x 9, 302 pages, illustrated, index


AUTHOR WILLIAM CAMPBELL

A member of Dog Fancy magazine’s “Hall of Fame”, Bill Campbell began his post-education career in television, radio writing and broadcasting. In 1971, he and his wife established the Dog Owner Guidance Service and regularly published dog behavior case histories. He is a founding member of the American Society of Veterinary Ethology and an affiliate member of its succeeding organization, the American Veterinary Society of Veterinary Behavior. His 1975 text, Behavior Problems in Dogs, is considered a classic in its field.

 

THE NEW BETTER BEHAVIOR IN DOGS CONTENTS

Part I: Understanding Your Dog
    1: Understanding dog behavior
    2: Natural reactions of the dog
    3: How dogs sense their world
    4: How your dog communicates
    5: Social development
    6: The puppy primer
    7: Puppy training
    8: Adopting a dog

Part II:  What Causes A Dog To Misbehave?
   9: How people and the environment create behavior problems
  10: How health and nutrition affect your dog
  11: Analyzing and treating the cause of the problem

Part III: Correcting Behavior Problems
  12: Aggression towards owners
  13: Babies, new pets, and dogs
  14: Barking
  15: Biting
  16: Car sickness
  17: Chasing cars and boundary training
  18: Chewing
  19: Coprophagia
  20: Digging
  21: Escaping
  22: Fearfulness (phobias)
  23: Fighting over dogs
  24: House training
  25: Jumping on people
  26: Killing animals
  27: Leash-straining
  28: Old age problems
  29: Over-protectiveness
  30: Self-mutilation
  31: Shyness
  32: Swallowing non-food
  33: Sympathy lameness
  34: Unruliness
  35: Wetting submissively
  36: Whining

Part IV: When You Need More Help
  37: Selecting a behavior consultant
  38: Obedience training


REVIEWS OF NEW BETTER BEHAVIOR IN DOGS


Whatever behaviors you find objectionable on the part of your pet, you will find the explanation in this book. You will also learn how to deal with these behaviors without violating your pet’s dignity.
           – Jack Volhard, trainer, author

“ . . . should be skimmed for sheer pleasure before delving into for its wisdom. Owners of problem pets will become aware that their behavior also must be modified .”        
            – Enid Bergstrom, Dog World

They used to kick ill-behaved dogs…in cartoons they threw things at them. Now intelligent people read a book called  (Owner’s Guide to) Better Behavior in Dogs. Read it. This book will help…”     
            – Roger Caras, ABC News

 

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