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Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. As the proud owner of a new puppy, this book has been a god sent. It clearly explains how to understand the behaviour of your puppy and more importantly how to let him understand you. I just need to make sure he does not eat the book before we finish the training.
Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. Lovely sentiments which I agree with wholeheartedly, but spoiled by quasi-religious pseudo-scientific mumbo jumbo. One person found this helpful. This is the best dog training book ever in my view. Norma lives in Los Angeles, CA.
By learning "dog speak, " the body language and vocalizations needed to communicate with dogs, owners discover a gentle, nonviolent way to eliminate bad habits and train their pets. Chapter two The 9 Ingredients for Optimum. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Dog Whisperer by Paul Owens
Nonviolent dog training shapes appropriate behavior with rewards such as food and games. Incorrect behavior is punished by ignoring the dog and by verbal cues such as "oh-oh. How to teach "sit," "stay," "down," "stand," "come," "heel," "take it," and "drop it" are explained step-by-step and illustrated with photographs. Paperback , pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Dog Whisperer , please sign up. Lists with This Book.
Jan 21, Kirsten rated it liked it Shelves: I really wanted to like this more than I did, because it came to me highly recommended, but I found myself wanting to shake Owens rather a lot. I think you could probably eventually obtain relatively consistent behavior fr I really wanted to like this more than I did, because it came to me highly recommended, but I found myself wanting to shake Owens rather a lot. I think you could probably eventually obtain relatively consistent behavior from even the most dumb dog on the planet, if you worked long enough using these methods.
They also have the benefit of being pretty difficult to screw up: This also had one of the better explanations of the clicker method that I've come across, which is helpful. The not-so-good, and also annoying: A lot of dogs are going to get really bored if the individual doing the training doesn't realize that the dog's capable of making cognitive leaps and might not need all the steps detailed.
I personally felt that Owens acts as though both the dogs and the humans involved in the training are incredibly dumb. This might not be such a bad assumption to make, as a baseline when one is explaining things, but from someone who is supposedly writing about a more respectful method of training, I felt like there wasn't a whole lot of respect involved when it comes to trusting the intelligence of the dog and its person. And speaking of intelligence Ok, can someone recommend a book on positive training methods that doesn't, for example, have a whole chapter on how I need to do yoga breathing exercises before I work with my dog so that I'm in the right mindset?
I accept a certain woo-woo factor in pretty much every dog book, and even think that a certain amount of discussion of seeing things from the dog's POV is necessary, but still In all, I'm glad I read this, since I think it's good to get a lot of perspectives on dog training, and I would be very open to other suggestions. Jan 30, Adrienne rated it really liked it. I like this approach much better than Cesar Milan's - this guy allows dogs to have more personality than does Cesar, who I feel kind of expects dogs to behave like robots.
This is an excellent non-violent, compassionate approach to dog training book. If you have a dog, I highly recommend it. I read this book to better understand how to respond to the behaviors of a friend's dog, and it was extremely helpful. I liked how Owens talked about focusing not on "I want my dog to stop jumping" but on "What do I want my dog to do instead of jumping? Owens gives step-by-step instructions for how to train your dog, and he also addresses all kinds of problem behaviors.
I found this book helpful on so many levels. Sep 12, Abby rated it liked it Shelves: The first self-proclaimed "dog whisperer" and the better one! Read Owens for a holistic, eastern approach to dog training. I enjoyed his emphasis on a fresh, natural diet for a happy, healthy dog. My full review here: Jul 25, Peggy rated it it was amazing. Great dog training book! The advice is spot on and helpful. I have started using his recommendations and my dogs are responding well.
Only thing I think is too much is feeding raw food to the dog. Not sure I can support that.