***"Culture Clash" by Jean Donaldson***
Teaches how to view our dogs as dogs, not humans. But still appreciate their "doginality."
In-depth look at what are too commonly pegged as "lemon-dogs." A wonderful read to help separate myth from science and learn how to clearly communicate with our companions.
***"The Other End of the Leash: Why we do what we do around dogs" by Patricia McConnell***
A book that emphasizes the main contributor to problem behavior: THE HUMAN!
This incredibly detailed and in-depth book utilizes humor to discuss some common sense things, which sadly are not so common. Her patience and light-heartedness truly comes out in this excellent read.
***"Dog Behavior: An Owner's Guide to a Happy Healthy Pet" by Dr. Ian Dunbar***
A must-read for anybody looking into evidence-based reasoning on how their dogs learn, and why they act the way they do.
***"Good Dog 101" by Cristine Dahl***
Cristine is the founder and head instructor at Northwest School for Canine Studies, where Eric attended and acquired his CCS certification.
A Consumer's Guide to Force Free Techniques
A great read: chalk full of wonderful force free ideas and techniques to help your dog with common behavior problems, as well as simple explanations as to why the undesirable behavior exists in the first place.
Raye's Pet Sitting
Dr. Sara Renders Hopkins
In-home veterinary, acupuncture, hospice care, and euthanasia
***All The Best Petcare***