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What's Your Angle?

by Helen Grinnell King

What's Your Angle is made up of two parts: The first part consists of the author's six step method that teaches the reader how to easily see canine angles. This unique method takes the reader through a step...


Dominance in Dogs: Fact or Fiction?

by Barry Eaton

You may have read books or seen TV shows that tell you that your dog will seek to dominate you, your family members and other pets unless you become the "alpha" and put him in his place. The theory is that since...


Unlocking the Canine Ancestral Diet: Healthier Dog Food the ABC Way

by Steve Brown

Ancestors and canine cousins of our dogs didn't eat "krunchy kibble" or "meat 'n gravy in a can." They ate what they found or caught... and it wasn't cooked or "enriched" either! It was high in protein, with...


Positive Training for Show Dogs: Building a Relationship for Success

by Vicki M. Ronchette

Apply the latest scientific research on how dogs learn to the world of dog showing. Whether you are just getting started in the breed ring or are an experienced show dog handler, you will enjoy learning how...


Tales of Two Species: Essays on Loving and Living with Dogs

by Patricia B. McConnell

Have you ever caught yourself wondering just what your dog is thinking when he suddenly drops to the ground and rolls around in ecstasy on his back? What about when he lowers his head and slinks away after a...


Do Over Dogs: Give Your Dog a Second Chance for a First Class Life

by Pat Miller

What exactly is a Do-Over Dog? It might be a shelter dog you're working with to help her become more adoptable. Perhaps it's the dog you've adopted, rescued, or even found running stray who is now yours to live...


Behavior Problems in Dogs

by William Campbell

All veterinarians and most dog owners should have this one! Here is the book veterinarians refer to when solving challenging behavior problems. Correcting problem behavior begins with understanding what caused...


Dog Detectives: Train Your Dog to Find Lost Pets

by Kat Albrecht

Kat Albrecht is the acknowledged expert on training dogs to find lost pets - "dog detectives." As the founder of the Missing Pet Partnership and Pet Hunters International, she has devoted years to developing...


Plenty in Life is Free: Reflections on Dogs, Training and Finding Grace

by Kathy Sdao

What if the secret to great dog training is to be a frequent "feeder" rather than a strong leader? A skilled reinforcer rather than a strict enforcer? Over the past two decades, countless dog trainers across...


Oh Behave!: Dogs from Pavlov to Premack to Pinker

by Jean Donaldson

Jean Donaldson brings her considerable wisdom -- and wit -- to a wide variety of topics of interest to dog trainers and enthusiasts in this book from Dogwise Publishing. In 55 essays, Jean tackles issues ranging...


The Dog Trainer's Resource 2: The APDT Chronicle of the Dog Collection

by Mychelle Blake

When the first volume of The Dog Trainer's Resource was published in 2007, it became a resounding success among professional dog trainers and behaviorists. It also introduced a new generation of dog trainers...


Right on Target: Taking Dog Training to a New Level

by Mandy Book & Cheryl S. Smith

Teaching a dog to follow a "target" is the best way to train both simple and complicated behaviors. Targeting is useful for everything from training the family dog to competitive obedience and agility. The detailed...


Stress in Dogs: Learn How Dogs Show Stress and What You Can Do to Help

by Martina Scholz & Clarissa Von Reinhardt

Human medicine has long recognized the health implications of stress on our physical and mental health. Dogs feel stress too. Learn how to identify and resolve more than 30 signs of stress in dogs and help your...


Minding Your Dog Business: A Practical Guide to Business Success for Dog Professionals

by Veronica Boutelle & Rikke Jorgensen

Setting up and running a successful dog-related business is an achievement in itself, but building a business with staying power that can succeed over the long run is the ultimate test for a dog pro. dogTEC's...


When Pigs Fly: Training Success with Impossible Dogs

by Jane Killion

Do you have an impossible dog? Think again. Most dogs have many characteristics that make them quiet trainable. Your dog is smart, a good problem solver and posesses a strong drive to get what he wants. Learn...


My Dog Pulls. What Do I Do?

by Turid Rugaas

Easy to follow instructions that teach you a kind and effective method for encouraging dogs to walk on leash without pulling. Quick and easy to learn, the method can be applied to any dog no matter what size,...


Positive Perspectives 2: Know Your Dog, Train Your Dog

by Pat Miller

Dogwise Publishing is pleased to reunite again with Pat Miller for the publication of her second volume of Positive Perspectives, a collection of her recent articles. This collection is more advanced than volume...


On Talking Terms with Dogs: Calming Signals

by Turid Rugaas

Norwegian dog trainer and behaviorist Turid Rugaas is a noted expert on canine body language, notably "calming signals," which are signals dogs use to avoid conflict, invite play, and communicate a wide range...


RUNNING OUT OF TIME - INTRODUCING BEHAVIOROLOGY TO HELP SOLVE GLOBAL PROBLEMS

by Stephen F Ledoux

Solving global problems with the natural science of human behavior Behaviorology is the natural science of why human behavior happens. Like other natural scientists, behaviorologists investigate human behavior...


TREATING SEPARATION ANXIETY IN DOGS

by Malena DeMartini-Price

Committed trainers and owners can solve this problem! Treating separation anxiety in dogs is not quick or easy-but it can be done. The successful ingredients are cooperation, commitment and time on the part...