This is the essential handbook for any dog owner experiencing behavioural or training problems with their dog or puppy. Written by an well-known dog behaviourist, it contains easy-to-follow advice on a wide selection of common problems, as well as a number of fascinating case histories.
How can I stop my dog’s excessive barking?
What do I do if my pet is aggressive?
Why does my puppy chase cats?
Drawing on over 16 years of experience as an animal behaviourist, author Gwen Bailey answers these questions and many more in this practical guide to dog behaviour.
The clear question and answer format helps you to understand your dog’s behavioural problems, while real-life case studies demonstrate how to tackle unwanted behaviour. This illustrated practical problem solver will help any owner to transform even the most unruly dog into a happy and obedient pet.
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Gwen Bailey is a professional Animal Behaviourist and the founder and MD of Puppy School, an organisation of professional tutors across the UK working to prevent behavioural problems among puppies. She runs training courses around the world, lectures at national and international conferences and is the author of eight animal behaviour books, including Collins Good Dog Behaviour and Dogs Behaving Badly. She is also a Trustee for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
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Book Description Collins, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 7174926