Throwing a ball for a game of chase is an enjoyable and rewarding experience for many owners and their dogs. For other owners canine chase behaviour turns into a nightmare when their dog chases cyclists, cars or sheep. When their dogs choose what to chase it can compromise owners financially, cause the target severe injury or even death, and threaten the life of the dog. A good trainer or behaviour counsellor needs to be able to address inappropriate predatory chase behaviour swiftly and effectively. This book looks at the reasons for the problem, the more effective solutions and how to alter the behaviour.
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Great guide to dog training
We have recently adopted a 8 month old mongrel who came with several problems - we hired a 1 to 1 trainer who helped us with a lot of the problems but we wanted to take things further. This book is now covered in highlighter with lots of ideas which I will be using with Max to further train him.
Very well written. My poodle is a rabbit chaser and I shall be trying out these methods on her. It has helped me understand why she does this and that it is the chase that she likes. She is pretty obedient when there are no rabbits about.