So your Dog's Not Lassie

So your Dog's Not Lassie

Tips for Training Difficult Dogs and Independent Breeds

Unknown - 1998
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OK. You're dog doesn't live to please you. There, we've said it. Contrary to what you've always heard, not all dogs want to earn their owner's approval. Sometimes they seem as if they could not care less. But this is no secret to you -- you know your dog's not Lassie.

With this book you will come to understand and appreciate that for hundreds of years dogs were bred for qualities like independence, dominance and determination. While these traits make dogs excellent hunters, trackers and fighters, they can make day-to-day living with your pet a real challenge.

Betty Fisher and Suzanne Delzio will teach you how to employ or overcome the traits that make your dog difficult to train. They will show how to use body language, food, voice, training structure and style to convince your stubborn dog to do what you ask. Without force, you can turn your difficult dog into a perfect pet, or even a successful show dog.

Publisher: New York : HarperPerennial, c1998.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780062734570
0062734571
Branch Call Number: 636.70887 F531
Characteristics: xv, 281 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Delzio, Suzanne 1964-
Alternative Title: So your dog is not Lassie

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