My Dog Pulls - What Do I Do?

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Author:
Turid Rugaas
Publication Year:
2005
ISBN:
9781929242238
Page Count:
64
Publisher:
Dogwise Publishing
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Is walking your dog a tug-of-war?
At last, a simple way to teach your dog to walk on a leash without pulling your arm off!

In My Dog Pulls. What Do I Do? you will learn Turid's quick and easy method to train any age, size or breed of dog to walk calmly and quietly on a loose leash. Her approach is humane and based on a solid understanding of why dogs pull and how to work with the dog's nature and the environment to overcome the problem. City, town or country walking will become more relaxed, reducing stress for dog and owner.

My Dog Pulls explains:
• Why dogs develop pulling problems.
• Simple steps to retraining even a vigorous puller.
• How to rehabilitate the puller with clear, helpful paragraphs.
• Correct use of leashes, collars and harnesses. What works, what doesn't.
• Troubleshooting problems that arise during training.

Reviews from other canine professionals Turid Rugaas has become a household name. Doggy households anyway! Now, with My Dog Pulls, she helps owners solve one of the most common problems while allowing the dog to be a dog.
Terry Ryan, Lecturer, Author of Coaching People to Train Their Dogs & Outwitting Dogs

Using clear, uncluttered language, Turid teaches owners how to help their dogs to be more civilized—and better companions.
Trish King, Author of Parenting Your Dog, Dir. of Behavior and Training, Marin H. S.

Norwegian dog trainer Turid Rugaas has studied canine social language for over 30 years. In her earlier book, On Talking Terms with Dogs: Calming Signals, she educated dog trainers and pet owners alike about the hidden meaning of a wide range of canine postures, facial expressions and movements. Turid is one of the most popular seminar presenters and travels world-wide sharing her insights and research.

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