Published March 1, 2005
by Little Books, Limited .
Written in English
|Contributions||Jolliffe Gray (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
Dialogues with Dogs: Why Dogs Behave the Way They Do [Bruce Fogle, Gray Jolliffe] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The key to training your dog to become a well-behaved companion for life is learning how to communicate with him—and to do that. The key to training your dog to become a well-behaved companion for life is learning how to communicate with him—and to do that, you first have to understand your dog’s mind. In Dialogues with Dogs, animal behaviorist Bruce Fogle examines every aspect of your dog’s psyche. Armed with this knowledge, you can learn to communicate with your dog—and to help him to become an obedient, lovable : Bruce Fogle D.V.M. is a well-known expert on animal behavior. He is the author of many highly praised books, including ASPCA Complete Dog Care Manual, The New Complete Dog Training Manual, and The New Encyclopedia of the Dog. show more/5(21). Why Dogs Behave The Way They Do. Author: Bruce Fogle,Gray Jolliffe; Publisher: Little Books ISBN: Category: Pets Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» An exploration of canine thought and feeling draws on current research to offer insight into how to solve problems through a better understanding of dog behavior.
Dialogues with Dogs: Why Dogs Behave the Way They Do (Paperback) Bruce Fogle (author) Sign in to write a review. Dialogues with Dogs: Why Dogs Behave the Way They Do (Paperback) £ Notify me. Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special : Dogs therefore will still behave as dogs no matter what. The many years of domestication left behind are relevant, but overall, dogs behave in certain ways because that is how they were supposed to behave in the wild. Following are some examples of dog behaviors stemming from their past. As part of a pack, you have to fit into the group. You have to behave the way others around you behave. So how do dogs learn to do this? By observing and imitating. Two things are interesting about the way dogs imitate. The first is that they are one of the only creatures to do . 'The Way of the Dog' will give you a better understanding of why dogs behave the way they do, as well as straightforward, easy-to-follow techniques on how to correct many unwanted behaviours. With clear, step-by-step instructions, this book will help you with all the essential aspects of owning and training a dog, including choosing and raising /5(16).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 volume: illustrations: Contents: Why dogs chose us --How dogs think and learn --How dogs influence your behaviour --How to control what your dog does --How to house-train your dog --How to carry out basic training --Why dogs become delinquents 00 How to control other unwanted . ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: Description: pages cm: Contents: Why dogs chose us --How dogs think and learn --How dogs influence your behaviour --How to control what your dog does --How to house-train your dog --How to carry out basic training --Why dogs become delinquents 00 How to control other . Why Dogs Behave the Way They Do In essence, domestication of dogs arrested their development compared to wild animals and made dogs remain in the puppy-like state. Dogs keep a number of behaviors throughout their lives that wild animals lose as they mature. Bites can result from family dogs, neighbor dogs, as well as strange dogs. These injuries often occur because children do not understand how to be safe around dogs. “Don’t Let the Dogs Bite: How to be Safe Around Dogs” can aid parents in teaching their children how to .