Teach Your Herding Breed to be a Great Companion Dog
Tips and tricks to help you train your herding dog.
All of the instincts that make herding breeds great at what they were bred for--controlling livestock--can be problematic as a family pet. With no sheep around to herd, these breeds may chase cars, nip at heels, herd the neighborhood kids, act as the 'fun police' at the dog park or bark incessantly. Teach Your Herding Breed to be a Great Companion Dog guides owners through redirecting these instincts and channeling all that energy so that your little herder is a happy and well-behaved companion. In her latest book, author Dawn Antoniak-Mitchell offers solutions to solving and preventing problem behaviors associated with herding breeds living in the modern world. Your herder will go from "obsessive to outstanding!"
- Winner of the DWAA 2015 Captain Haggerty Award for Best Training Book
- Convenient e-book format
- Addresses training specific to herding breeds
Why We Like It
Anyone who owns a herding dog knows there are challenges specific to that type of breed. This book teaches owners how to channel natural instincts into acceptable and even fun behaviors.
Suitable for owners of Border Collies, Corgis, Australian Shepherds, Shetland Sheepdogs and other dogs in the Herding Group.
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