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How to Talk with Your Dog (edition 2004)

by David Alderton

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Title:How to Talk with Your Dog
Authors:David Alderton
Info:Howell Book House (2004), Paperback, 128 pages
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764544152, Paperback)

Ever wondered why dogs sniff each other when they meet? Or what drives your puppy to chew your sneakers? In How to Talk with Your Dog, discover the complex language and behavior of dogs. Find out what your pet is really trying to say when he flattens his ears, barks persistently, or seems to smile. Learn from dogs themselves how to deal with problem behavior or integrate your new puppy into the family pack. By mastering your pet's language, you can get the most out of your relationship, whether  you're training or just having fun together.
Bring up your puppy responsibly by using the language he will instinctively understand
Discover how to read your dog's complex body language–from ear positions to resting postures–through lavish color photographs
Get expert advice on spotting–and dealing with–an agressive, sick, or anxious dog
Learn how to discipline, train, and care for your puppy just like his mother would

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