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How Many Dogs

How Many Dogs
How Many Dogs by Debby McMullen

Using Positive Reinforcement Training to Manage a Multiple Dog Household

Would you like to live in harmony in a house with multiple dogs?

Harmony can most easily be obtained when non-force training techniques are used, along with proper living-space management and good feeding habits. You'll learn how to do all those things in How Many Dogs?! You'll also learn techniques for adding new dogs, group training and exercise, playtime, resolving issues with problem dogs, and all the other things you need to know to guide you through your life with multiple dogs.

Throughout the book there are examples of real life experiences of people using these techniques. Whether you live with two dogs, six dogs, or more, How Many Dogs?! will help bring more joy into your home.

Author: Debby McMullen.

Leslie McDevitt, MLA, CPDT, CDBC, author of Control Unleashed says:

"As a trainer who lives with a relatively large pack of dogs, I appreciate the down-to-earth, positive approach to pack management in Debby's book. Debby has succeeded in providing both a moral support system and a user-friendly plan for people struggling with the multiple dog lifestyle, as well as giving helpful tips for integrating foster dogs or the new puppy. If you are feeling a little out of control in your multiple dog household, this book provides support from somebody who has not only "been there" herself but made a career out of it."

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