3 Dog Training Guide Books You Should Have
Wikipedia explains dog training as the application of behavior analysis which uses the environmental events of antecedents and consequences to modify the behavior of a dog, either for it to assist in specific activities or undertake particular tasks, or for it to participate effectively in contemporary domestic life. Dog training is therefore not as easy as it seems.
Here are three Dog Training Guide Books that you can refer to while training your dog or group of dogs. Excellent for Kennel owners from across the world!
1. Dog Training: A Lifelong Guide – Top Trainers Share Their Secrets
By Arden Moore (Rs. 1,317.75)
This is one of the most complete dog training guides ever, showcasing the knowledge, advice and training methods of today’s leading trainers. Presented by publishers of the world’s most widely read dog magazine, this guide offers simple instruction on how to train your puppy, older dog, rescued dog – or any dog. It profiles trainers working in each area of expertise. This book is the ultimate training reference for every dog owner.
2. Dog Training: The Gentle Modern Method
By David Weston (Rs. 1,124.40)
By utilizing proven scientific principles, David Weston has developed a method of dog training which is devoid of any form of punishment, correction, or the need for any handling or force. For both the novice dog owner and the more experienced trainer, this simple and quick method will yield effective and enjoyable results.
3. Dog Training: Step by Step: A New Guide for Owners and Instructors
By Michael Tucker (Rs. 1,624.60)
In order to build a good foundation for all remaining training, Michael Tucker relies on crisp, easy-to-understand explanations of the basics in his new book, Dog Training: Step By Step. This foundation insures its followers virtually no problems in later training phases. Clear and concise, the book also includes advanced work, tracking techniques, and an insight into jumping tricks. 20 photographs. 50 line drawings.