How to Stop Dog Aggression by David Christopher
A Step-By-Step Guide to Handling Aggressive Dog Behavior Problem

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As a dog owner, you have great responsibilities. You are not only responsible for the care of the dog and for the health of the dog, but you are responsible for your dog’s actions as well.

The dog is your pet and therefore your responsibility. If you have a dog that bites somebody, then you are responsible. That responsibility can be scary if you have a dog that is aggressive; you love your dog and do not want to give up the dog, but the responsibility that comes with an aggressive dog is very high.

Many of these dogs end up in shelters if the owner cannot control their behavior. Formal dog training is expensive, not all dog owners can afford that.

This book will help you with your aggressive dog, to help you understand why your dog is aggressive and how to cure it. Our methods are effective and focus on positive reinforcement to help you, and your dog.

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David Christopher grew up around animals, especially dogs and learned to train them from his father.  He took his love of animals and opened his own obedience school, which he runs with his wife in Oakland, California.  From group classes to one-on-one sessions, he is very well known for his ability to help correct dog behavior.  David also fosters dogs for rescue groups, helping to socialize fearful and abused dogs so that they learn how to trust again and can be adopted out to new families. 
 

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David Christopher grew up around animals, especially dogs and learned to train them from his father.  He took his love of animals and opened his own obedience school, which he runs with his wife in Oakland, California.  From group classes to one-on-one sessions, he is very well known for his ability to help correct dog behavior.  David also fosters dogs for rescue groups, helping to socialize fearful and abused dogs so that they learn how to trust again and can be adopted out to new families.  
 
Published March 26, 2013 by Osmora Inc.. 58 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Non-fiction

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