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What's Your Dog Telling You? Australia's Best-Known Dog Communicator Explains Your Dog's Behaviour - Martin McKenna

What's Your Dog Telling You? Australia's Best-Known Dog Communicator Explains Your Dog's Behaviour

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Published: 1st September 2011
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The book to own if you want to know EXACTLY what your dog is thinking - and why your dog sometimes behaves strangely. Martin 'The Dog Man' McKenna translates the language of dog and shares simple, ingenious ways to improve your dog's behaviour. After helping thousands of people improve their dogs' behaviour, Martin 'The Dog Man' McKenna believes the real problem is the same as it's always been - despite centuries of sharing our lives with each other, we humans still can't truly understand or communicate with dogs. This book will change that. WHAT'S YOUR DOG TELLING YOU? reveals exactly what your dog is thinking when he jumps up on you when you get home from work (it's not always because he's happy to see you), why he licks you all the time (it's a form of domination), why he sometimes blinks a lot (he's nervous), along with many other dog behaviours. Whatever your dog's age, breed or personality, you'll discover at last why your dog sometimes behaves strangely. Now you'll find out what your dog is trying so desperately to tell you! Along the way, you'll learn simple and ingenious ways to improve your dog's behaviour and solve problems quickly - sometimes within minutes. Even better, you'll effortlessly learn the international language of dog. By the time you reach the last page, you'll be astounded by all the new things you have learned to say fluently in dog language - not just to your own dog, but to every dog you meet!

ISBN: 9780730497370
ISBN-10: 0730497372
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 1st September 2011