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By Lynn M. Stone

ISBN-10: 1595152903

ISBN-13: 9781595152909

Young children are proven colour images and narrative approximately those canine of their ordinary Alaskan atmosphere.

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They’re not bad dogs. More likely they’re misunderstood, frustrated or bored. Cooperation training targets puppies being housetrained and dogs that exhibit doorbell excitement or inappropriate guest greetings, such as jumping or nipping, that make anyone entering your home uncomfortable. Senior dogs, increasingly agitated and anxious because of medical conditions such as arthritis, decreased vision, loss of hearing or neurological decline, can also benefit from training that recognizes and honors their stage in life.

They rely on their natural instincts (pack, prey, flight and fight) to learn how to thrive and survive. Illustrating canine drives in a story is how I teach owners to apply training techniques to meet the specific needs of their dogs. Understanding your dog starts with viewing his behavior and taking into account his prominent drives. CANINE SPEAK Dogs are predatory animals that use their body postures and facial expressions as a means of communicating (canine speak). The key to understanding how they think and react is through their body language and behaviors.

Stop chasing the dog, it’s making him run. ” Gaining everyone’s cooperation, especially the dog’s, was important. The dachshund did not think that people were coming to his rescue, but rather that they were threatening his existence. ” Charging down the middle of the street was his defensive response to the perceived danger that stemmed from a high level of fear and anxiety. Understanding the canine drive of that dog in that moment was critical. A drive is a dog’s natural instinct that motivates his actions and reactions to people, places and things.

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