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The step-by-step approach, difficulty rating, and prerequisites, allow readers to start training immediately. It was not only helpful, useful and funny but was also very enjoyable.
Tric,s I tried her method. The beginning is more detailed than the rest of the book to give the reader an idea of how training is done and I like that. Kyra has written numerous popular dog-training books including the international best-selling Dog Tricks, and hosts a line of award-winning dog-training DVDs.
Best dog training book ever. Published April 1st by Quarry Books trciks published January 1st He thinks if it’s in his mouth it belongs to him. Sep 03, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing.
C for execution and training suggestions. Book is very engaging, easy to read.
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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. As a professional dog trainer, I recommend this book to all of my students. This is not a study guide or a training philosophy book; the step-by-step approach, tips, trouble-shooting boxes and difficulty ratings allow readers to start trick 1001 in five minutes.
Some tricks seem very much out of order in the book, so it lacks a bit of continuity in building upon what the dog as already learned. Was training for a dog show rather than basic and advanced command. I’m teaching my two dogs one new trick a week from this book, and it’s pretty fun! I liked the trouble shooting and the pictures. I don’t know anyone who has the desire or the time to teach their dog tricks. So, I’d say it’s a worthwhile book for expanding your imagination on tricks but you might need to draft your own way of training them.
No special tools such as clickers or knowledge of specific training methods are required. I got the book because my new dog is very bright, I thought it would be fun to challenge both of us with more than just the handful of basic commands.
101 Dog Tricks: Step by Step Activities to Engage, Challenge, and Bond with Your Dog
trick Jan 27, Lisa rated it it was amazing. I was personally glad that it did not use the clicker as I find them inconvenient.
My question is, is there any other book focused on this kind of tricks? This isn’t a training manual. I think it’s good sundwnce entertainment value.
My dog looks forward to her training times. The book lays out some basic groundwork for tricks for dog and trainer and then builds on those, chaining behaviors that lead to more elaborate tricks. For instance I tried the suggestions for “bow”. Click I Have iTunes to open it now. I didn’t try all of these by any means, but the tricks I did teach my new puppy worked well.
Jan 13, Steve H rated it really liked it Shelves: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Open Preview See a Problem? Oct 23, Jennah rated it it was amazing Shelves: I mostly appreciated it as an idea book and used techniques for shaping and bonding activities which were learned elsewhere.