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Dog Training Books

April 11, 2022

Books about dogs are frequently among the best sellers in many book stores and sites. Training your dog is a time-intensive project that requires patience and solid strategy. Most inexperienced dog owners ultimately fail at training their pet because they either lack the knowledge of what to, or they become frustrated when their dog does not respond. This failure leads many to turn to the plethora of dog training books available on the internet. There are a number of excellent resources available, but what exactly makes up a good dog training book? Here are some important things to research before buying any training book.

A well-written dog training book starts with the basics and slowly guides you through the more advanced techniques. There should be clear step-by-step instructions for each task, and the chapters should be organized by skill level. Too many inferior books lump broad categories together, which can confuse amateurs on where to begin. Ideally, it should be easy to continually reference topics in the book since it is unlikely you will memorize everything after one read.

Dog lovers seek reading material ranging from what to feed dogs and how to train dogs to general dog care, dog shows, dog sports, kids’ dog books. The top books of the dogs are

  • PLAY WITH YOUR DOG-by Pat Miller
  • THE DOG TRAINER'S RESOURCE 2-by Mychelle Blake
  • THE ETHICAL DOG TRAINER-by Jim Barry
  • BARKING: THE SOUND OF A LANGUAGE-by Turid Rugaas
  • KNOW YOUR DOG, TRAIN YOUR DOG, by Pat Miller

Hope with the help of these books you can easily understand the needs of your pet and follow them properly.