Zak George’s Guide to a Well-Behaved Dog

$14.99

Proven Solutions to the Most Common Training Problems for All Ages, Breeds, and Mixes

A compassionate, modern, science-based approach to help you (and your dog!) with common training problems
 
“Zak George takes his dedication to humane and effective dog training from the screen to the written page.”—Dr. John CiribassiDVM, DACVB,  coeditor of Decoding Your Dog

Celebrity dog trainer and YouTube star Zak George creates the most watched dog training content in the world and has helped millions of people with their dogs. In this problem-based guide, he makes it easy to look up and solve the exact behavioral issue that you’re struggling with—whether you’re dealing with a new puppy, an adult dog you’ve had for years, or a recently adopted rescue. He also helps you prevent many of these problems from becoming established in the first place. Packed with case studies and examples from Zak’s videos so you can see his dog and puppy training tactics in action, this book contains step-by-step instructions for dealing with:

• Chewing
• Jumping up
• Barking
• Play biting
• Begging
• Not listening
• Thunderstorm phobia
• Separation anxiety
• Aggression
• And much more!

Delving deeply into why dogs do what they do and how to work through any problems that might arise, Zak proves that it’s never too late to correct behavioral issues.

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