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posted June 16, 2004 08:35 PM      Profile for DaxAriel's toy         
Ken talked about "How To Be Your Dog's Best Friend: The Classic Training Manual For Dog Owners Completely Revised" by the monks. Does anyone know that specific training is covered in this book.

I am looking for an indepth reference book to teach more more than the basic sit, heel, stay commands.

Anyone heard of "How to survive your dog's adolence" ?

Any one have any good suggestions?

[ June 16, 2004, 09:23 PM: Message edited by: doglover ]

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posted June 17, 2004 11:26 PM      Profile for MarioLuigi   Author's Homepage         
The "everything guide" series has a ton of books that are related to a variety of topics. I would suggest going to Barnes and Noble and standing in their pet section and glance over all the books. THey have so may like that.

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posted June 19, 2004 03:01 PM      Profile for the_gunny         
the monks book has a training course for the basic commands. also there is "the art of raising a puppy" devoted toward puppyhood. I really like the monks approach. a very down to earth book. also touching on relationship and how that it relates to training.

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