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Training Your Labrador Retriever (Training Your Dog)by September B Morn
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BARRON'S Training Your Dog Series
Books in this series speak exclusively to the task of dog training and tell you what you need to know about the distinctive traits of individual breeds. You'll find information on virtually every aspect of training, starting with house training, then progressing to basic obedience, walking your dog on a leash, teaching obedience through verbal commands and hand signals, and much more. Special behavior problems are also covered. You'll learn humane methods of eliminating canine bad habits such as begging, jumping on visitors, nipping, and unnecessary barking.
Filled with instructive illustrations and full-color photos
Training Your Labrador Retriever
Here's practical instruction that will give you a well-trained Labrador Retriever. You'll learn how to establish leadership and understand the ideas behind the training methods as you take the first steps in teaching your dog to be a terrific housedog and companion for life. The typical Labrador Retriever is good-natured, has a calm temperament, and is nearly always willing to please his master--qualities that make him relatively easy to train. In this book, author September Morn takes you step-by-step through her time-proven training method, which emphasizes positive reinforcement.
Covers training tools, handling techniques, obedience exercises, socialization, and aggression problems.
Books in Barron's Training Your Dog series offer breed-specific advice on virtually every aspect of canine training, including housebreaking, obedience to basic verbal commands and hand signals, retrieving, and walking on a leash. Also covered are humane methods of breaking a dog's bad habits. The typical Labrador Retriever is good-natured by temperament and willing to please his master--qualities that make him relatively easy to train. In this book, the author takes Lab owners step-by-step through her time-proven training method, which emphasizes positive reinforcement. Instructive color photos on most pages.
The author takes readers step-by-step through her method of training the typical Labrador, focusing on the distinctive traits of the breed in regards to basic obedience, retrieving and walking on a leash. Color photos.
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