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Be the dog : secrets of the natural dog owner

Author: Steve Duno
Publisher: New York : Sterling, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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A well-trained dog rewards you with a kind of love and loyalty you won't get anywhere else. But the secret of this relationship is not in the dog; it's in the owner. Here's a revolutionary approach to dog training based on observing what 'natural' dog owners do instinctively- that is, they intuitively understand the canine mind and relate to a dog by thinking like a dog. Readers who follow their example will  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Nonfiction
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Steve Duno
ISBN: 9781402722837 1402722834
OCLC Number: 153773438
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 217 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Forgotten connections: the changing dog/owner dynamic --
The seven secrets of the natural dog owner --
Secret one: choose your friends wisely --
Secret two: understand and apply leadership, the sacred canine code --
Secret three: embrace a canine attitude and awareness --
Secret four: turbocharge your dog's IQ --
Secret five: enrich your dog's environment --
Secret six: keep your dog healthy and safe --
Secret seven: endow your dog with purpose.
Responsibility: Steve Duno.
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A well-trained dog rewards you with a kind of love and loyalty you won't get anywhere else. But the secret of this relationship is not in the dog; it's in the owner. Here's a revolutionary approach to dog training based on observing what 'natural' dog owners do instinctively- that is, they intuitively understand the canine mind and relate to a dog by thinking like a dog. Readers who follow their example will discover that, instead of trying to outsmart the dog, they'll build up his IQ. Instead of trying different forms of punishment, they'll enrich his environment. Together, owner and dog will throw away the old ideas of obedience and control, and build a deeper relationship based on mutual respect.

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