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Feeling Outnumbered?: How to Manage and Enjoy Your Multi-Dog Household Paperback – Jan. 1 2008
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- Publisher : Dogwise Pub; 2nd ed. edition (Jan. 1 2008)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 55 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1891767062
- ISBN-13 : 978-1891767067
- Item weight : 113 g
- Dimensions : 13.72 x 1.02 x 20.83 cm
- Customer Reviews:
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203 global ratings
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Reviewed in Canada on April 18, 2020
After adopting a rescued Livestock Guard Dog (Pyrenees mix or Akbash, not sure which), I was having to deal with a lot of fights between her and my male Pyrenees. These are big dogs, and their fighting is quite ferocious even if they're not actually hurting each other, so this was pretty nerve-wracking. This book provided very helpful advice in a calm, reassuring tone. I recommend it to anyone who's introducing a new dog into a household where there is already a Dog In Residence.
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great little book covering very real issues in a multi dog householdReviewed in the United Kingdom on March 26, 2014
Easy to read - alleviated a lot of my guilt feelings about walking all the dogs separately. Great tips on training each dog individually first. Would have liked a bit more on issues on the walk such as one dog starting off barking at strangers and the rest then go into pack mode and join in, and also is it ok to leave them all alone together if you go out. Otherwise a very useful and helpful book - just wish I could download the DVD as I don't have a DVD player or laptop so it's a shame it can't be bought as a download.
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Informative bookReviewed in the United Kingdom on July 31, 2019
We have just introduced a rescue dog into our home, this book gave us valuable information of how to bring the new arrival into the family without a huge amount of problems.
The bits they don't cover in a training classReviewed in the United Kingdom on March 18, 2014
Whilst an experienced dog owner, I've never had a pack before. Searching for help with some "issues" with my 3 dogs I found this and it covers all those bits taking one dog on its own to class doesn't. I have also abandoned guilt about doing different things with individual dogs and feel better in myself. Great advice on splitting dogs up, training them alone and together - what other book covers walking out with more than on dog on a lead or stopping a dog fight? I know it's all common sense and I do a lot of it already but this book was a great help at a time of difficulty. Short chapters, no fancy training systems, no high and mighty words, just good advice in our language. I even excused the fact it was American!! Do use it with additional advice from a trainer you trust and respect like I did and you will be set up to relax and enjoy your dogs.
7 people found this helpful
Very expensive for a bookletReviewed in the United Kingdom on October 30, 2018
Some useful tips but not enough details or specifics to be really helpful and poor value for money. I expected a full book for the price and it's a small booklet.