Leader Of The Pack

Paperback | August 23, 1996

byNancy Baer

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In this practical, straightforward training book by two animal behaviorists, readers will learn how to take a firm lead and the specific steps required to eliminate the aggressive attitude of their dog. Real-life examples and simple, nonconfrontational exercises in this book will help readers and their dogs live happily ever after.

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In this practical, straightforward training book by two animal behaviorists, readers will learn how to take a firm lead and the specific steps required to eliminate the aggressive attitude of their dog. Real-life examples and simple, nonconfrontational exercises in this book will help readers and their dogs live happily ever after.

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In this practical, straightforward training book by two animal behaviorists, readers will learn how to take a firm lead and the specific steps required to eliminate the aggressive attitude of their dog. Real-life examples and simple, nonconfrontational exercises in this book will help readers and their dogs live happily ever after.

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Experienced animal behaviorists Nancy Baer and Steve Duno demonstrate that dogs, like their wolf cousins, are essentially pack animals and need to establish dominance. In this practical, straightforward training book you will learn how to take a firm lead and the specific steps required to eliminate the aggressive attitude of your dog....

Format:PaperbackDimensions:160 pages, 7.62 × 5.19 × 0.36 inPublished:August 23, 1996Publisher:HarperCollins Publishers Ltd.

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ISBN - 10:0061010197

ISBN - 13:9780061010194

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In this practical, straightforward training book by two animal behaviorists, readers will learn how to take a firm lead and the specific steps required to eliminate the aggressive attitude of their dog. Real-life examples and simple, nonconfrontational exercises in this book will help readers and their dogs live happily ever after.