We are very happy to have a new book by Deb Jones and Judy Keller in stock this week, The Focused Puppy - A Training System for Raising a Great Companion and Performance Dog. We have been getting lots of requests for this book which takes the "FOCUS" training system (Fun, Obedience, Consistency, Unbelievable Success) and applies it to working with puppies. You folks who have a puppy that you think has the makings of a good obedience or agility competitor will find the foundation training in this book invaluable.
Our Book of the Week is Changing People Changing Dogs by Dee Ganley. If you didn't end up with a "focused puppy," but rather a dog who exhibits a lack of confidence or even fear and aggression, the exercises in this popular book will help you change your dog - and the way you interact with your dog. On sale this next week for 20% off, only $23.96.
Two other new items worthy of note this week. One is Trish King's Terrible Teens DVD, focusing on managing and training dogs during what can be a difficult adolescent period. This topic, by the way, will be the subject of one of Trish's presentation at the ADPT Conference in Atlanta next month. Also new is Through a Dog's Eyes by Jennifer Arnold, one of a growing number of books on how dogs perceive and react to the world around them. You may have seen a program recently on PBS based on Jennifer's book.
This week, our featured products are a new line of whistles. The Euro Whistle Key Tag combines style, safety and convenience. Sleek and loud with handy split ring for key ring, leash or lanyard attachment. These whistles are inexpensive and come in an array of fun colors: Sky, Sapphire, Cranberry or Graphite.
Newest books & products:
- Sheltie Talk Vol. 1 by Betty Jo McKinney. Recommended as the Sheltie Bible by breeders for over 30 years. Now in two parts, Vol. 1 covers every aspect of the Shetland Sheepdog from the breed Standard, gait, and size issues to care, grooming, training, and performance events. Completely revised and updated in 2010.
- On Dogs and Dying - Inpirational Stories From Hospice Hounds by Michelle Rivera. DAs well as demonstrating many of the techniques of animal therapy, Rivera argues powerfully that not allowing pets in health care facilities is a counterproductive policy that deprives patients of comfort at the time they need it most. The author has added an invaluable final section that gives practical tips on training and certifying your dog to be a therapy animal.
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