New Strategies and Plans for Separation AnxietyIt has now been six years since the release of Malena DeMartini-Price’s best selling first book, Treating Separation Anxiety in Dogs. Not one to rest on her laurels, Malena has been busy teaching and mentoring dog trainers worldwide to become Certified Separation Anxiety Trainers (CSAT). Working in collaboration with a large network of trainers to collect data and conduct research, new strategies have been developed on many of the key elements of treating separation anxiety. Now, in a completely new book, Malena share these strategies for the use of current technologies, no absence management, and improved desensitization techniques. Any trainer or guardian dealing with separation anxiety will find this book a valued resource.What experts are saying about Separation Anxiety in DogsMalena's first book on separation anxiety was a game changer, but her newest book, 6 years later, is even better: it is packed with new information, new insights about the principles involved, and backed by solid data. To quote from the final sentence in her book, "...separation anxiety is fixable..." and Malena brilliantly demonstrates how!Ken Ramirez, author of The Eye of the Trainer: Animal Training, Transformation, and Trust. Executive VP & Chief Training Officer for Karen Pryor Clicker TrainingClear, compassionate, data-driven advice about what actually works – and what doesn’t. A welcome and indispensable resource I’ll use often with my own clients.Kathy Sdao, M.A., author of Plenty in Life is Free: Reflections on Dogs, Training & Finding Grace. Owner of Bright Spot Dog TrainingRock-solid information on treating this challenging condition, including a superb section on shelter dogs.Jean Donaldson, author of The Culture Clash. Founder and Director of The Academy for Dog TrainersMalena DeMartini-Price, CTC is renowned in the dog training world for her expertise in canine separation anxiety. Malena has focused exclusively on separation anxiety since 2001 and now runs a trainer certification program. Malena lives in Northern California with her husband and their dog Tini who is a recovered separation anxiety dog.
Author: Malena DeMartini-Price, CTC
Publication Year: 2020
Page Count: 182
Publisher: Dogwise Publishing
Your dog is talking. Do you know what he is saying?
Yawning, lip-licking, sneezing, even scratching are just a few of the 30-plus signals that dogs use to communicate with one another. With On Talking Terms With Dogs you can learn to recognize these signals and use them yourself to interact with your dog.
Norwegian dog trainer and behaviorist Turid Rugaas has made it her life work to study canine social interaction. She coined the phrase “calming signals” to describe the social skills, sometimes referred to as body language, that dogs use to avoid conflict, invite play, and communicate a wide range of information to other dogs — and also humans.
Every dog needs his human to read this book!• Learn to identify situations that are stressful to your dog so that you can resolve or avoid them.• Rehabilitate a dog that has lost her ability to read or give calming signals. • Become a keen observer of canine behavior at home, in the community, and among dogs to get better behavior and build a solid relationship.
Experts praise Turid's workInvaluable! The insightful observations of Turid Rugaas can help all of us have a deeper and more meaningful relationship with our dogs. This beautifully illustrated book belongs in the home of dog lovers everywhere.Patricia B. McConnell, Ph.D. author, The Other End of the Leash, Cautious Canine, Feeling Outnumbered and moreI personally owe Turid a great debt because her work validated my observations that dogs are trying very hard to talk' to us. This book was my guide and added amazing volume to my knowledge base. Her book provided the confidence to continue watching and interpreting. What a lovely gift! Brenda Aloff author of Aggression In Dogs and Canine Body Language, A Photographic GuideThis new revised edition is a must have! Even if you own the previous edition the photos and examples along with the writing are worth it. Turid has a wonderful gift of making everything so easy to understand and relate to (she has made) an enormous contribution to mankind in our ever-increasing knowledge of man's best friend our dogs.Pamela Dennison, author of Complete Idiot's Guide to Positive Dog Training and Bringing Light to Shadow. A Dog Trainer's Diary Turid Rugaas lives in Geithus, Norway and is also the author of My Dog Pulls What Do I Do? and the DVD counterpart to this book, Calming Signals: What Your Dog Tells You. She has studied canine social behavior for over 30 years and written and lectured on the subject throughout the world.
Author: Turid Rugaas
Publication Year: 2006
Page Count: 78
Publisher: Dogwise Publishing