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Dog Behavior Problem Solver

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Life with a dog can bring companionship, fun, and joy. Life with a badly behaved dog can bring frustration and heartbreak. Dog behavior problems are often cited as the main reason for owners' abandoning their pets to shelters and surrendering them to rescues, but many of a dog's problems can be resolved by a caring and responsible owner who's willing to devote a little time to positive dog training. In The Dog Behavior Problem Solver, seasoned trainer Teoti Anderson shares her knowledge and experience with dog owners, offering insight into why dogs do what they do while showing owners how to implement cruelty-free, reward-based training with their dogs in clear, easy-to-follow steps. With this guide, you can train your dog to follow cues, walk on a leash, overcome car sickness, stop begging and stealing food, stop jumping, calm phobias, and more.

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Pages 224
Publish Date 2023-02-14
Size 8.5" x 10.95" x 0.0"
Author Teoti Anderson
Product Form Paperback / softback

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Best-selling author and trainer Annie Phenix, Family Dog Mediator and Fear Free Certified Professional
A must-have book for the 75% of dog owners who report they are experiencing a behavior concern with their dog. Teoti Anderson provides real world, clear solutions that never harm or scare a dog while in training. This book is a win-win for dogs and owners!

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About the Author

Teoti Anderson, CPDT-KA, KPA-CTP has been a professional dog trainer for nearly two decades and is the owner of Pawsitive Results LLC in South Carolina. A regular columnist for Modern Dog magazine, she is the author of Your Outta Control Puppy, The Super Simple Guide to Housetraining, Quick & Easy Crate Training and Puppy Care and Training. A past president of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT), Teoti is a popular conference speaker across the United States and Japan. She lives in South Carolina with her Belgian Tervuren, Sawyer.

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