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Your Dog is Watching You by Jim Heath

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Your Dog is Watching You
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Publisher: BookSurge Australia
ISBN/ASIN: 1921019204
ISBN-13: 9781921019203

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The book sums up all the tricks and methods you can use to get your dog under better control. It uses everything known about dog psychology and comes straight from one of the world's top dog-trainers and dog psychologists. You get there step by step, as a story unfolds about a writer who knew nothing about dogs, got into a lot of trouble with his dog, and was finally saved by a chance call to a dog psychologist.

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