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Respect training for puppies and adult dogs. Obedience training, housebreaking, and solving dog behavior problems. dog books written by michele welton.
The Monks of New Skete have been raising German Shepherds and training all breeds of dogs for decades. They have two best selling books that aid dog owners, old and new, in raising and training their dogs. A few years ago a new edition of this book was made available, which added more photos and more information, from canine health and behavior to raising a dogs in urban environments. The Monks of New Skete have at least one other book on dog training, called .
Bless the Monks! (): “Our dog Cadfael, a 190-pound English Mastiff, is a great example of what the Monks' training can do for a dog and his owners. He is our first dog and _Best Friend_ came through for us time and time again. While I read many books about dogs before Cadfael came to live with us, the Monks' book…” 5 out of 5
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The 5 Best Books on Training Your Dog - The Spruce
by Susan Cope-Becker
The first of its kind, and based on the author's firsthand experience of living with a deaf dog, her own Boston Terrier. Includes research on the topic of canine deafness, how-to's for training and communicating, plus collected personal experiences of deaf dog owners from all over the world. Contents: getting and keeping the deaf dog's attention, over 25 hand signs (some illustrated), training and safety tips, testing a dog for deafness at home, BAER testing/what, where and why, genetics of canine deafness, deaf dog myths (aggression and brain damage), stories about deaf dogs from their owners, resources for products, books, organizations, and an opportunity to assist in deaf dog research.I'm living on my own now, and getting a puppy quite soon. I've been reading some books and a lot of online resources about dog behavior, and I was really surprised at how misinformed my whole family had been. This book clearly explains how my family has actually been reinforcing all the negative behaviors in our dogs by doing the old-school 'alpha' style dog training wrong. In addition, Pat Miller shows that there is actually a much better way of training our dogs, one that does not involve hurting them physically or emotionally.This one of the best dog training books covers everything from teaching puppies to working with older dogs. This book is written with a no-nonsense style and it isn’t filled with glossy adorable pictures. It presents the facts, and a lot of them. Millan's book is filled with useful information for any dog owner that is looking to teach their dog a new behavior.The host of a popular television show about dog training ("The Dog Whisperer"), Cesar Milan has also written several books on the subject. His book, , offers not only training and behavior-curbing tips, but a background and history of dog training, with tips from other dog trainers. The book offers a structure for understanding training, the power of positive reinforcement, and how to specifically tackle a few select behavioral problems. Additionally, there is an entire chapter devoted to dog behavior as a response to a dog's "job." Certain behaviors are inherent in certain breeds, traits that are bred into them so they can best accomplish those jobs. Knowing that a herder, for instance, will display certain behavioral traits goes a long way to helping dog owners understand how to address certain habits and select the best training methods.