Training for Dummies
~ don't be misled by the title, or think you are 'above' a book
'for dummies'! It makes perfect sense of why and how good training
methods work. Explaining drives and how to identify your dogs' requirements
and how to use drives to motivate and train your dog. Not all dogs
think the same, so why train them all in the same way? This book will change your ability to train a dog.
By Jack & Wendy Volhard
The World of Dobermanns
- available from - www.bbpress.nl
- a worldwide guide to the Dobermann today with plenty of top quality
images and text from correspondents around the world. Copies may be available from Jay Kershaw - UK correspondent - 01538
703072 email@example.com. SOLD OUT from us directly, but worth ordering via the publishers BB Press - link above.
Animals In Translation - Temple Grandin ~ simply the most outstanding book on animal behaviour written by an autistic woman who is employed by the US government to monitor animal welfare standards in farming. The first episode of the new Horizon 2006 series featured Temple Grandin's work.
The Holistic Guide for
a Healthy Dog ~ some bits might be a bit 'kooky' for 'grounded'
readers - ie the parts on kinesiology, but this book details how
to read commercial dog food labels, preparing the 'natural diet',
supplements and what they're about, vaccinations and lab tests.
By Wendy Volhard & Kerry Brown DVM Published by Howell. IRO
Dog Breeding, The Theory
& The Practice ~ Frank Jackson Published by Crowood Press.
Dog Tricks for Dummies
~ a bit film work oriented, but full of different ideas
on how to motivate and keep your dog's mind interested - invaluable
for the absorbent mind of a Dobermann puppy. Nothing like mental
stimulation for tiring them out.
The Dogs Mind - Bruce Fogle DVM, MRCVS - Mandatory reading for anyone who keeps a dog or has intentions of so doing. Details the emotional makeup of dogs; why they suffer from stress and how it can be overcome.
Cesar Millan - One of the most intuitive, no nonsense
Manstopper by Joel McMains. Not an aggressive/full on book as the title suggests, but anyone thinking about training a personal protection dog will be put off as much as possible by the writer! Not a casual hobby - only for very serious dog owners. The writers' insight into canine behaviour is outstanding and moving. He truly loves dogs (and unusully for a working man - loves Dobermanns) and his insight into canine behaviour is outstanding and moving. His training is subtle and gentle - an eye opener of a book. A very intuitive handler and trainer.
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