Remember this happened in , logically you will understand that there were not a lot of coaches who teach you absolutely everything, there was a lot of books on the various topics that affect the training of a dog, or instructional videos, the DVDs do not They existed, so they were kind of doing it on your own.
The truth is that after a very complicated week, during the summer Howard and his family gave up and returned to the puppy to the shelter, of which they had taken him.
The most curious account was that his mother was the most resistant to getting this puppy and she was the one who left the house well early in the morning the day after, to see if he was still there, because he missed the dog a lot. Even if it sounds strange, these kinds of experiences usually leave scars on people, even more so in a child.
Howard has expressed more than once that this experience, which he lived when he was nine years old, stayed with him all his life. He always liked dogs. It was the typical boy who walked dogs of the neighbors when they went on vacation, so, finally, when he was in his 20 years — he did an investigation, he chose a Welsh Corgi like the race that he believed he wanted and got this little puppy, which put the name of the PE Dido by Mail Annie.
After two weeks they were living a difficult time in the House, in their attempt to educate the puppy he only received the back of it. Nothing worked, the puppy kept tearing and littering all over the house. However Howard was determined not to have to repeat the disaster he had experienced when he was a child, so they stayed with him. Howard says that Annie was very patient with him, in the course of the period where he learned to be a dog coach with her.
And obviously this mutual patience and the determination to go forward gave its best fruits, about 15 years ago that are together, and he assures that it was one of the best experiences I have had in all his life. Your email address will not be published. You also have a great writing style that mesmerizes the reader to keep reading. Funny, engaging, and knowledgeable! I highly recommend this book to anyone wishing to train dogs. The only training book needed!! I also liked the different approach to loose leash walking. Nubi is now heeling perfectly!
What I love about the book is that it is a good combination of catering to newcomers as well as to more experienced dog owners and trainers. I can hardly put it down- and am having a blast using your techniques on my dogs and in my classes!! As usual, Pam is the type of positive trainer who can get her point across unlike many others. I had the good fortune to be able to travel to New Jersey in so my dog reactive Pittie could attend her C.
Reward program now The R. It was fun, informative, and a definite learning experience. I have also taken her online classes. She never disappoints and this new book is no exception. It is well written, easy to read and understand and covers everything from basic manners training to behavior problems. Thanks, Pam, for being the caring, instructive, positive trainer that you are! I just wish you were closer to my area because we have a small canine rescue and pull the seniors and those with behavior problems- we could use you in this area!
I have shown and trained dogs for over 25 years.
Well, I was wrong! Thank you, Pam I have already purchased another copy for a friend who is working with her Great Pyrenees rescue. Good book for new and experienced dog owner! There is a wealth of information packed between the covers of this book that is important for new trainers to hear and for experienced trainers to hear again. Pam deals with the nuts and bolts of daily living with dogs and the positive techniques used today in training for dog sports. She presents the science and then goes on to give real life examples of how that science is applied in training. All this is done in a very readable and often humorous style.
Anyone Can Train Their Dog By Art Hess firstname.lastname@example.org “Beware a silent man and a dog who doesn't bark.” (old quote) Many dogs bark. It's the when, where. Hi Dr. Yin, your videos are great but you're an expert! Will it work for someone like me who does not train dogs for a living? I really liked the.
This book is definitely a permanent addition to my library of dog training books. Dorothy Schneck, dog sports competitor. Pam explains the science behind learning so new owners or trainers new to positive reinforcement based training can easily incorporate it into everyday life.
And it has lots of useful information for more experienced trainers as well. As a vet I particularly liked the chapter on animal husbandry training and I will recommend the book to my clients. It puts a lot of what I have learned over the years conveniently in one place, and gives me a bit more to think about. As a dog trainer, you know what you know, but can you communicate it to your clients?
This book does it for you and your clients. To me, this is the value of this book. Pam has the ability to make sense of all the modern science of dog training and make it all easily understandable. I lent this book to a client. I had some pages marked for her to read. A few days later she called me to say she had read the entire book and had a lightbulb moment. I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn but not struggle to understand.
This all should come as no surprise if you have read her previoius books!!! Her books get better and better. Practical, logical and easy to follow book for owners, canine students and experienced trainers.
It makes sense of the complicated science and offers humane solutions to many common problems. Love the new format.
Reading the different chapters helped me understand dogs and their thinking in ways I had never considered before.