ROHNERT PARK, Calif. (PRWEB) November 16, 2012
“You can’t teach old dogs new tricks,” as the saying goes, but if all dogs, old and new, are subjected to conflicting dog training methods, every mode of instruction will end up futile. This is why author Margie Cantwell wrote the book Good Puppy Academics / Using Nature’s Way to Raise Your Dog’s GPA. It is a groundbreaking work that discusses the simple and basic measures that apply to all dogs in training because it’s encoded in their genes.
Written for people who feel overwhelmed, confused, or simply “turned off” by all the conflicting strategies taught to canines, this comprehensive tool shares a sensible, universal place to start. It delves deep into understanding the primitive nature of all dogs in general, regardless of the breed and age.
With knowledgeable and ingenious ideas on how to better treat and train these domesticated animals, Good Puppy Academics provides enriching exercises and tips that can help pet owners straighten out the complicated and often overstated notions of dog training. This book is a must read!
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About the Author
An advocate for the humane training of all animals, Margie Cantwell is the founder of the Rx Pharmdog concept, as well as psychiatricservicedogs.com, the most comprehensive service dog training website in the world. Margie is an evaluator for the American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen’s program and specializes in service dog public access behaviors and task training, as well as early puppy skill development. She trains pets and their guardians as well.
Good Puppy Academics * by Margie Cantwell
Using Nature’s Way to Raise Your Dog’s GPA
Publication Date: October 9, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 191 pages; 978-1-4797-1275-5
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