Ebook: Don't Eat That: Force-Free Food Avoidance Training for Dogs who Love to Scavenge (Predation Substitute Training)

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Simone Mueller
Charlotte Garner
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Living with a dog who relentlessly scavenges food can be exhausting. Instead of enjoying relaxed walks with your dog, you are constantly scanning the environment for discarded food and feel frustrated as you fish something disgusting out of their mouth, yet again. The problem is that scavenging is a deep-rooted,natural behaviour, making it much more challenging to manage than other canine behaviours. But here is the good news!
Using the proven training protocol provided in this book helps you manage your dog’s scavenging behaviour in a kind, effective way - achieving long-term results without aversive training techniques. It's inclusive for everyone, no matter what your situation is! It’s successful with any dog, regardless of their age, breed, or history. Stressful walks will become a thing of the past, and you will find relief knowing your dog is safe from eating something harmful.
If this all sounds too good to be true, believe me, it isn’t! Once you start this training protocol, the only regret you will have is that you didn’t know about it sooner!

• Why your dog loves to scavenge.
• Ways to prevent your dog from devouring food they come across outside.
• Fun training games to keep your dog motivated while they learn.
• How to teach your dog to cooperate with you when they find food.
• New emergency cues and how to apply them to real-life scenarios.
• How to make your walks more enjoyable again!

Simone Mueller, MA is a certified dog trainer and dog behavior consultant (ATN) from Germany.She specializes in force-free anti-predation training and is the author of the Predation Substitute Training series: "Hunting Together", "Rocket Recall" and "Don't Eat That".Simone is proud to be an Associate Trainer at the Scotland-based Lothlorien Dog Training Club (AT-LDTC) and a member of The Initiative of Force-Free Dog Training, the Pet Professional Guild (PPG) and the Pet Dog Trainers of Europe (PDTE).Follow Simone's work on Facebook and Instagram: #predationsubstitutetraining Learn more: http: //www.predation-substitute-training.com

Charlotte Garner is a freelance writer and author from Staffordshire, UK. She is obsessed with all things dog and can usually be found reading and researching anything dog related! She is passionate about improving the human-canine bond to help dogs become happier and is particularly interested in proving that you can use positive training methods to teach your dog anything! She currently shares her life with her 3 rescued Border Collies; Tizzy, Inka, and Delta, who have all taught her their own lessons along the way!Take a look at Charlotte's website www.charlotte-garner.com to find out more about her work or to enquire about her writing something for you! --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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  • 4
    Concise, clear and to the point.

    Posted by K9 Whiz Kids Training & Behavior on 22nd Nov 2023

    Reasonably easy to follow for a novice; an appreciation of the nuance within the information will be apparent to the experienced trainer/behaviorist.