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The Other End Of The Leash by P. McConnell (MC446787)

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The Other End of The Leash: Why We Do What We Do Around Dogs by P. McConnell (Paperback)

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    •    Revolutionize the way you interact with your dog
    •    Illustrate how members of two different species share so much,
          but often confuse one another
    •    Help you see the world from your dog’s perspective
    •    Explain how to communicate so that your dog understands you
    •    Show why training dogs isn’t always easy for us primates (and
          explains how to fix it!)

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The Other End Of The Leash: Why We Do What We Do Around Dogs by P. McConnell (Paperback)
246p, 8.1 x 5.4 x 0.7 inches 

Would you like to know the secrets of getting your dog to come when called? (Act less like a primate and more like a dog!) Or how to play with your dog in ways that enrich your relationship rather than harm it? There’s all that and more in The Other End of the Leash, the book that, like no other, translates dog to human and human to dog. You’ll learn why the advice to “get dominance” over your dog isn’t based on canine “pack” behavior at all, how dogs and humans share personality types, and why the individuals of two different species have come to be best friends in the truest sense of the word.

Patricia McConnell, PhD, a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist, (CAAB) has made a lifelong commitment to improving the relationship between people and animals. She is known worldwide as an expert on canine and feline behavior and dog training.


Everyone! If you love or work with dogs, this book is for you.

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Manufacturer McConnell Publishing Limited

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