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In the dog training book Bonding with your Rescue Dog: Decoding and Influencing Dog Behavior, you'll find a gentle approach to understanding your rescue dog and learn how to influence his or her behavior. You'll also come to understand the joy of rescue dogs and become better prepared to enter into that special relationship that only occurs between a dog and his or her human family. Your discoveries will include:
• learning the various types and personalities that shelter or rescue dogs exhibit
• understanding what to expect when you bring your rescue dog home
• discovering how to help your dog transition into the family
• exploring what to do during the first 24 hours you are together
• gaining tips on potty training, using crates and kennels, and more
• examining how to handle negative behaviors
• receiving additional training and caring in a 27-page bonus GOOD MANNERS TRAINING GUIDE
Don't have a dog yet but you're ready to open up your home and heart to that special dog? You couldn't do any better than taking in one of the many rescue dogs that are in shelters and with rescue groups waiting for their "forever homes." While puppies are certainly available, there are so many dogs that are still in growing and in the full throes of puppyhood or have reached their adult maturity and are in need of homes. Senior dogs who have been abandoned or have suffered the loss of their owner are in great need, too. Consider all your options and then make your decision. In the process, be sure and read BONDING WITH YOUR RESCUE DOG: DECODING AND INFLUENCING DOG BEHAVIOR, as well as the free 27-page bonus book Good Manners Training Guide. You'll be better prepared to enter into that special relationship that only occurs between a dog and his or her human family.
The author has lived with dogs all her life and shares stories of her own dogs. She is a huge advocate of rescue dog adoption and encourages everyone to see what they can do to help the many dogs in dire need today and every day. She's studied dogs, read about them, handled them, and received guidance and training from professional dog trainers.