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Old January 7th, 2008, 03:17 PM
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allymack allymack is offline
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two dog books

hello everyone, i love reading animals books, they are pretty much all i read.
right now i am reading a book called culture clash -- a revolutionary way of understanding the relationship between humans and the domestic dog. By Jean Donaldson. It explains soo much about dogs and why they do thing like excessive barking(and barking in general, why some dogs are timid, and how they recognize a command. it also heklp the owner to fix some problems like fearfulness or aggression. anotehr book i found but havent read yet it Click to Calm: healing the aggressive dog. By Emma Parsons. this book teaches you how to use a clicker(dog clicker) to help your dog stop agressing towards other dogs. i was also just wondering if anybody else read these books.
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Old March 1st, 2008, 02:03 PM
FlynnMB FlynnMB is offline
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Hello there,

The book you mentioned culture clash, is one I would love to read, who is the publisher & who is the author? 'cause over here I will have to order on-line.

Thanks for the information, really interesting.

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