The Science Behind A Happy Dog: Canine Training, Thinking and Behavior (Shopworn)

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DTB1489DMG
Weight:
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Author:
Emma K. Grigg and Tammy M. Donaldson
Publication Year:
2017
ISBN:
9781910455753
Page Count:
272
Publisher:
5m Publishing
The Science Behind A Happy Dog: Canine Training, Thinking and Behavior (Shopworn)

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How can you be sure that your dog is happy?

What can owners do to ensure their dog has the best chance at a long, happy life?

Experts in animal behavior, Emma Grigg and Tammy Donaldson, set out to explore our current understanding of canine well-being in this engaging and authoritative guide to dog training.

Making use of the latest in animal behaviour research and studies, The Science Behind a Happy Dog covers both scientific approaches to dog raising and practical solutions to common behavioral problems in a clear and accessible style.

The science behind canine cognition and body language shows how we can use the clues that our dogs give us to maximize their well-being. This enlightening guide addresses all aspects of a dog's life, including nutrition, socialisation, exercise, reducing stress when visiting the vet, and canine mental health. It is the ultimate training book aimed at teaching owners how to raise a well-behaved, well-adjusted, and happy dog. [Subject: Pet Care, Dog Training, Animal Behavior]

Emma K. Grigg, Ph.D., is a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist, an adjunct professor of canine behavior at Bergin University of Canine Studies (Rohnert Park, CA), and a post-doctoral Research Associate at the University of California, Davis. Previously, she taught companion animal behaviour at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, and has authored a number of scientific publications on canine, feline, and marine mammal behaviour. She currently lives in northern California with her husband, son, four cats, and one slightly neurotic 'island dog'.

Tammy M. Donaldson, Ph.D., has been a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist since 2003, specializing in aggression in dogs. Her Ph.D. research focused on behavioural evaluation for the detection of aggression in dogs. Her passion is welfare of all animals in rescue and she currently serves as president of The Horse Protection League (Arvada, CO). She lives with her husband, daughter, two happy dogs and a lovely horse in Golden, CO.