101 Dog Tricks : Step by Step Activities to Engage, Challenge, and Bond with Your Dog
"101 Dog Tricks" is the largest trick book on the market and the only book with a full-colour photo of every trick presented, and colour photos of each step in the process. 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 training in five minutes. Some training books require special tools (such as clicker training) or an understanding of dog psychology, but "101 Dog Tricks" simply spells out the actions to take. Trick training is a must for all dog owners who consider their dogs part of the family. A dog that learns tricks is better trained and better behaved overall because basic commands are understood and the human/pet communication is in place.
- Paperback | 208 pages
- 177.8 x 228.6 x 20.32mm | 408.23g
- 01 Apr 2007
- Rockport Publishers Inc.
- Rockport, United States
- full colour illustrations throughout
About Kyra Sundance
Kyra Sundance and her Weimaraner, Chalcy, are world-class Trick Dog Show performers. Regulars at circuses, sporting events and fairs, they've also performed on The Tonight Show and Showdog. Kyra has a background in competitive dog sports, she teaches Dog Tricks classes and has worked as a trainer on movie sets. She lives in California, USA.
Our customer reviews
I got this from book depository it is amazing and is step by step approach and easy to follow and trouble shouting guides and steps it is really fun and amazing to do tricks with your dog as if you are thinking to get 101 dog Krya sun dance her books are really good I also got 51 puppy tricks for Book depository most of the books I get there is discount even for the pre orderd books I specially encourage if you have a puppy 6 moths and above you should not buy 101 dog trick because most the tricks are quite challenging for your puppy for puppy recommendation on buying books start of with 51 puppy tricks step by step and trouble shooting steps and do more with your dogshow moreby Rachel Cheah