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Dog Training- Pet Friendly: Understanding and Caring For Your Pet - Julia Barnes (book review)


Book: Dog Training- Pet Friendly: Understanding and Caring for your Pet
Author: Julia Barnes
Genre: Non-Fiction
Published By: Magnet & Steel USA Inc.
Published Year: 2011

My Review:
Getting a new puppy soon I thought it would be good for me to take a look at a dog training book just to remind myself of some training techniques as I haven't had to train a dog for years.

This book is very easy reading and does go over things in which people already will know wither they have a dog or not as well as going over how to do certain tricks such as: Sit, Lie Down, Wait and more. By having a step-by-step way of doing this it helps new trainers to be able to do these tricks easily and effectively. This book also did have some dog sports in which I was not aware of and am interested in so I am happy that it focuses not only on show dogs and dog dancing but also other sports such as Flyball. By also having an index at the start of the book so that people can get to the section in which they are looking for easily I think that this is a good thing and will help everyone from really basic training commands to just knowing if this is the book that is right for them. Finally, I do think that the pictures in which is throughout this book are really nice and actually help the reader to see how the trick is performed or what the sport is as well as some training techniques.

Overall, I would recommend this book to those who are wanting to train a young dog and those who are looking for a book which is easy to follow.

My Rating: 4/5 

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