Dog InSight

Dog InSight

English | September 14th, 2017 | ISBN: 1617810541 | 226 Pages | EPUB | 0.83 MB

Trainers and animal behaviorists around the globe consider Pam Reid's Excel-erated Learning one of the most important and influential books ever written in the field of dog behavior. Although that's a hard act to follow, Dog InSight, Pam's second book, does not disappoint. In over forty fascinating essays, Pam explores a wide range of topics, including learning theory, training techniques and behavior problems.

You will learn:
Why early enrichment and socialization are crucial when raising a puppy.
Why you should take puppy "temperament tests" with a grain of salt.
Why dogs are incredibly adept at reading body language and solving certain kinds of complex problems-but "spectacularly dense" when facing other tasks.
Why misunderstanding dominance theory often leads to failure when people try to change problem behaviors in dogs.
How pharmacologic treatments can enhance behavior modification plans for fearful, anxious and aggressive dogs.


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