Recommended Books

There are so many books on the market when it comes to owning and/or training a dog that it gets a bit confusing.

These are some of the books that I recommend you read:

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Adding another dog or puppy to your family? You need this book.

It’s not as straightforward as you think bringing another dog into your home.  This book takes you through the many hurdles and how to avoid or overcome them.

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This is the book that completely changed my business.

I stopped walking dogs and started taking them on adventures after reading this book.  The bible of how to be interesting to your dog and build a great relationship.

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Want to know what makes your dog tick, then unload ‘the code’

This book will help you understand your dog, but more importantly, your dog will learn to understand you and what you are asking of them.  No more confused dog faces!

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If you have a barking dog, you need this informative and emphatic book.

This book takes you on an emotional rollercoaster as you find out that you can re write the rules and stop your dog from not only barking but also learning to understand why they bark.

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Ever been on a walk and nearly had your arm pulled from its socket by a dog?

This book will painlessly take to through the steps to get your pulling dog walking on a loose lead, making walks more enjoyable for your dog, you and your arm socket.

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This book does exactly what it says on the cover!

An interesting, informative, entertaining and funny journey of how to transform your problem filled walks to stress free, enjoyable and fun walks for you and your dog. Ideal for solo or multiple dog walks.

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As the title suggests, this is all about positive reward training.

This book covers jumping up, running away, mouthing and chewing, stealing, poop eating, food guarding, aggression and separation anxiety to name just a few of the topics.

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Having an aggressive and reactive dog is very hard work.

You can teach your dog to cope though, and this book shows you how to do that with the aid of a clicker and using your own body language to help calm your dog.