Cesar's rules : your way to train a well-behaved dog / Cesar Millan with Melissa Jo Peltier
Book | Crown Archetype | 2010 | First edition.

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First edition.
xi, 305 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
Includes bibliographical references (pages [285]-292) and index.
Those magical American dogs : my evolution from training dogs to training people -- The basics of balance : the foundation of training -- Rewards, punishment, and everything in between : is there a "right" way to train a dog? -- Cesar's rules for a teachable dog-- and a trainable human -- Honor the animal : lessons from Hollywood animal trainers -- Losing the leash : Dr. Ian Dunbar and hands-off dog training -- A world of ways to basic obedience : step by step instructions -- Basic instincts : how dogs teach us.
In this book the author, a well-known dog trainer takes on the topic of training for the first time, by explaining the importance of balance as the foundation for a healthy relationship between you and your dog. In order to provide a variety of training options, he calls upon some of the foremost experts in the field to offer their advice so that you can find the perfect approach that works for you and your dog through a variety of methods. Filled with practical advice, anecdotes, tips, and trouble shooting techniques from Cesar and his colleagues, this is a guide to a well behaved and well balanced dog, from a new puppy to an old dog who can still learn new tricks. It shows you how to communicate well with your dog and shares the most effective and humane methods for teaching your dog how to be a happy, well behaved member of your household. It also addresses: The most popular training techniques, including positive reinforcement and using a clicker; Ways to teach basic obedience commands such as sit, stay, and come; The importance of balance, and why a well trained dog does not necessarily mean a balanced one; How to use your dog's own natural inclinations to create better behavior; The methods and theories from a variety of renowned trainers, including Bob Bailey, Ian Dunbar, Joel Silverman, and Mark Harden; and how to encourage and honor your dog's instincts.
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