Play is essential to the well-being of your dog and for developing sound social relationships between dogs and dogs and dogs and humans. Learn how to use play to socialize, stimulate and enjoy your best friend.
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Author Pat Miller is at the forefront of the force-free, positive dog training phenomenon in the United States. She operates her own training facility in Hagerstown, Maryland, where she lives with her husband and a menagerie of rescued dogs, cats, and horses. Pat is a 20-year veteran of humane work and a popular columnist for Whole Dog Journal, Your Dog, and Popular Dogs magazines and is the author of Positive Perspectives. Love Your Dog, Train Your Do;, Positive Perspectives 2. Know Your Dog, Train Your Dog; and The Power of Positive Dog Training.Review:
This extremely user-friendly book will inspire and instruct anybody seeking to strengthen their relationship with dogs through play. It s for every dog person, from the novice pet owner to the professional trainer and opens up a new world of joyful communication. Play is one of the most significant tools in the trainers toolbox. Now go out and play! --Leslie McDevitt, MLA, CDBC, CPDT, author of Control Unleashed
Finally, a book that s fun for you and your dog! It reminds us of why we got a dog in the first place! You ll learn great games to play with your dogs along with ways to make routine games a little more interesting, challenging, and rewarding. --Robin Bennett, CPDT, author of All About Dog Daycare and Off-Leash Dog Play
There s more to canine fun and games than just fetch! Miller distills the concept of dog play, explains why it s important, illustrates how constructive dog play can strengthen your relationship with your dog, and manages to make reading the book almost as much fun as putting the ideas to work! --Victoria Schade, CPDT, author of New Puppy! Now What? DVD
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