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______________________ What do my dog's barks mean? Should I be brushing their teeth? How do I even know what kind of dog is right for me? Let's be honest, pets may seem pretty straightforward, but as soon as you become an owner there are so many questions. Mat Ward is an internationally recognised expert on dog behaviour, and for him the secret to success is knowing that dogs and humans are both full of potential. (To prove it, he once taught a rescue dog how to fly a plane.) His tips for being the world's best owner come with original illustrations that explain everything you need to know, from how to avoid 'separation anxiety' to why dogs wag their tails. With this book, you'll learn how your pet's brain really works and discover amazing, direct ways to train them at any age from puppy upwards. Play new games, develop communication skills and just relax into having fun together! Your dog will be well-trained and contented - and that means you'll feel happy too. ______________________ Drawings by Rupert Fawcett, the cartoonist behind Off the Leash and Fred.

Details

ISBN13: 9781526639950
Format: Hardback
Number of Pages: 160
Edition:
Publication Date: 28 Oct 2021
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publication City, Country: London, United Kingdom
Dimensions (cm): 21(H) x 14.8(W) x (S)454
Weight (gm): 454

Author Biography

Mat Ward is a dog behaviourist who champions reward-based training and he has helped thousands of pets and owners improve their wellbeing over the past two decades. His skills were tested to the limit when he took on the challenge of teaching a rescue dog to fly a plane for the TV show Dogs Might Fly. Mat lives in New Zealand with his wife, children, two cats and two dogs. Rupert Fawcett is a British cartoonist and writer, who is best known for his critically acclaimed comic strips, Fred (produced since 1989), Daddy and Off The Leash. He lives in the UK.

Reviews

A fascinating new book ... it sounds like something we all need over here * Alex Jones *
What Dogs Want: An illustrated guide for HAPPY dog care and training
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