Dog Training & Dog Behavior Books | Patricia McConnell
My animal friends and I will let you see the world through our eyes, as we figure out the human rules in our books on dog behavior for kids.
Since there is not one way to be a dog lover, I’ve created sections with different types of books: there are the academic heavy hitters (books for anyone wanting a textbook degree in all things dog), and the crowdpleasers (for those wanting a reader-friendly adventure into the growing field of dog behavior and cognition). Since living with a dog is not always smooth sailing, another set of books is for those wanting their dog to stop doing, well, you name it. The list finishes with a miscellaneous section characterized by beauty, variety, and utility. Take your pick, and enjoy!
"Excellent, easy-to-follow and kind techniques... I have read sooooo many dog training/behavior books, and this one is one of the best." -Schaargi, Amazon Customer Reviews
DDEAF's Books on Dog Behavior - Deaf Dog Education Action Fund
Books on canine psychology and dog behavior problems.
These books and booklets are used by thousands of professionals all over the world because they are clear, user-friendly and employ positive dog training dog training methods. Topics range from teaching a dog to come when called and walking politely on a leash, to treating serious behavior problems such as aggression and separation anxiety. Set yourself up for dog owning success with one or all of these great dog behavior books. Spend some time reading and learning about your dog and their behavior so you can give them the best home possible.When you adopt a puppy, you will take on a lot of behavior traits that may come from abuse or neglect. These Best Dog Behavior Books are sure to help you navigate this fragile emotional time, as well as work through transitions of bringing a new pet around existing pets. Getting to know how your dog thinks and what causes their behavior and actions will help you to build a better relationship with them in the long run.Whether you are a new or have been practicing for years, it seems like there is always something else to learn, especially when it comes to understanding dog behavior. We might be halfway through summer, but that doesn’t mean it’s too late to pick up a book (or five) to sharpen your skills or integrate something new into your veterinary practice. We chose five books that cover a variety of behavior topics, from low-stress handling to understanding dog body language, all designed to help you better serve the clients and canines that you work with on a daily basis.