The Latest Edition of a Classic Dog Training Book
Learn how to communicate more effectively with your dog using the time-tested training method of the most successful Obedience competitor in history.
Winifred Strickland s humane, commonsense approach to dog training applies to all breeds of dogs, large and small. And now it s updated to include training for the latest AKC Obedience exercises.
Complete with helpful training tips, answers to frequently asked questions, and more than 170 photographs, this is an indispensable resource for everyone pet owners, Novice competitors, Open enthusiasts, Utility contenders, and Obedience instructors.
A Howell Dog Book of Distinction
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First published in the 1960s, world-famous Obedience competitor Winifred Strickland’s celebrated guide has helped generations of dog owners succeed with Obedience training. Now updated to reflect changes in AKC Obedience regulations, this new edition presents a commonsense, no-gimmicks approach to training that has stood the test of time.
Expert Obedience Training for Dogs covers all aspects of obedience, from housebreaking a puppy to handling a dog in competition, and offers detailed guidance for each level of the AKC Obedience trials–Novice, Open, and Utility–as well as Tracking. A special section addresses questions that constantly crop up during the training process.
Winifred Strickland’s methods are proven. Her training and competition record are unmatched, and she has successfully trained thousands of dogs and their handlers. Whether your goal is a well-mannered pet or a top-notch obedience competitor, this is your indispensable resource.About the Author:
Winifred G. Strickland has been training and competing for almost sixty years, and is one of the world’s premier dog trainers. She and her dogs have won a record 207 Obedience titles–the greatest competition record in canine Obedience history.
Winifred Strickland has been an AKC Obedience judge for eighteen years, and is the owner of Wynthea Kennels, which has been home to twenty German Shepherd Dog breed champions. At age eighty-four, she is still actively training and competing, drawing much positive attention to her dogs and her proven, no-nonsense training method.
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Book Description Macmillan, 1976. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 2nd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0026150204