The Dog Tricks and Training Workbook is a follow-up guide to 101 Dog Tricks. This new book invites the reader to focus on 30 foundational tricks and to track and gauge his or her progress in teaching them. The workbook explores integral behavior and training concepts, which enhance not only the dog's performance but the overall relationship between pet and Pet Parent. The accompanying deck of 30 trick cards illustrate the step-by-steps of the tricks themselves, and are excellent teaching tools for the working, training, and bonding sessions outlined in the workbook.
About the Author
Kyra Sundance and her Weimaraner, Chalcy, are world-class Trick Dog Show performers and trainers, and are regulars at sporting events, fairs, and circuses. They've performed on dozens of TV shows around the world including The Tonight Show, Ellen, Entertainment Tonight, and Showdog Moms & Dads and have trained on movie sets. The pair are nationally ranked in competitive dogsports. Kyra and Chalcy reside in Los Angeles, CA.
Author: Kyra Sundance
Publisher: Quarry Books
Publish Date: June 2009
Hardcover (Includes card deck), 128pp
This book is for every Pet Parent of a Labrador Retriever. The Lab is the most popular dog in the world, gracing the homes of Pet Parents, sportsmen and show-dog aficionados alike. Few pure-bred dogs compare to the Labrador Retriever in personality, talent and dedication. For such a common canine, the Labrador is uncommon in its superior ways and abilities. This book provides the much-needed factual information about Labrador Retrievers and their ancestry, character and standard, as well as the proper selection, feeding, training, health care and behavior. The new Pet Parents will welcome advice about preparing for the pup's arrival, housebreaking and preventing puppy problems.
In addition to an extremely authoritative text, this book features over 135 photographs infull color that are as informative as they are attractive. Helpful hints and important information are highlighted to provide easy access to everything the reader needs to know about life with a Labrador Retriever from puppyhood to the senior years.
Author: Margaret A. Gilbert, Dog Fancy (Editor)
Publisher: Kennel Club Books, LLC
Publish Date: September 2009