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by Deborah Wood

Download The Tao of Bow Wow: Understanding and Training Your Dog the Taoist Way eBook
ISBN:
044050841X
Author:
Deborah Wood
Category:
Pets & Animal Care
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dell (December 29, 1998)
Pages:
224 pages
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1940 kb
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1866 kb
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1712 kb
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Rating:
4.3
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814


Wood, Deborah, 1952-.

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Not only does veteran dog trainer Deborah Wood explain how the principles of Tao can be used to train your dog in a clear, prescriptive fashion, but she also shows owne The Tao of Bow Wow is not just any dog training book. Part how-to, part primer in the ways of Tao, this unique guide to training and understanding your dog will revolutionize the way owners view their dogs. I liked that the author explains WHY you give a dog a command; for example, the "Watch Me" command makes the dog focus on your face.

o of Bow Wow is not just any dog training book. Part how-to, part primer in the ways of Tao, this unique guide to training and understanding your dog will revolutionize the way owners view their dogs

o of Bow Wow is not just any dog training book. Not only does veteran dog trainer Deborah Wood explain how the principles of Tao can be used to train your dog in a clear, prescriptive fashion, but she also shows owners how to better communicate with and relate to their dogs using these same principles.

Part how-to, part primer in the ways of Tao, this unique guide to training and understanding your dog will revolutionize the way owners view their dogs.

The Tao of Bow Wowis not just any dog training book.

The Toa of Bow Wow is a super cool book

The Tao of Bow Wow : Understanding and Training Your Dog the Taoist Way. by Deborah Wood. The Toa of Bow Wow is a super cool book.

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Understanding and Training Your Dog the Taoist Wa.

Understanding and Training Your Dog the Taoist Way. Category: Religion Pets Philosophy. Included in this companion designed for easy reference are: Quick simple instructions for teaching the essential commands for a dog’s safety and well-being: sit, stay, heel, down, come and stand. The best (and the worst) games to play with your dogs.

Not only does veteran dog trainer Deborah Wood explain how the principles of Tao can be used to train your dog in a clear, prescriptive fashion, but she also shows owners how to better communicate with and relate to their dogs using these same principles.

The Tao of Bow Wow is not just any dog training book. Part how-to, part primer in the ways of Tao, this unique guide to training and understanding your dog will revolutionize the way owners view their dogs. Not only does veteran dog trainer Deborah Wood explain how the principles of Tao can be used to train your dog in a clear, prescriptive fashion, but she also shows owners how to better communicate with and relate to their dogs using these same principles. Included in this companion designed for easy reference are:Quick simple instructions for teaching the essential commands for a dog's safety and well-being: sit, stay, heel, down, come and stand.The best (and the worst) games to play with your dogs.Dog Qi, true telepathic communication between you and your dogHow to use meditation, massage, and exercise to achieve true peaceful companionshipThe Tao of Bow Wow is an essential guide for any animal lover seeking to have a truly profound and joyful relationship with their dog.
  • Connorise
Probably one of the best books I ever read on training yourself AND your dog. If you are philosophical/spiritual and a dog trainer this book is for you. I love it.....so much so that I "friend requested" the author on Facebook. It was enjoyable and informational....I really really loved it!
  • Shistus
I like her training methods -- positive reinforcement, no negative "punishment." But, she's not the first to suggest this, nor necessarily the best. I definitely felt that the "Tao" part was an merely added as an attempt to set her "style" apart from others -- a superfulous & poorly integrated attempt in my opinion. Was a waste of my money; we've been training for 3 years.
  • Vozuru
We tried alot of other ideas from the Dog Whisperer to lesser known dog trainers. They all helped in someway, but the Tao of Bow Wow made our training efforts complete. Both our dogs and ourselves are very glad we were introduced to this book and it's approach to training dogs.
  • Adokelv
Love this book and lost it...so I bought it again!
  • Manona
If you want to understand your puppy and gently help them to be all they can be...then this is the book for you. Interesting, smart and easy how too! An easy read on a wonderful subject.
Would recommend...a great gift for the new puppy owner.
  • Snowseeker
The exercise of you being a dog while another person attempts to "train" you without using words is outstanding. The book really reminds you to be very clear and focused when dealing with your dog. I am a first time dog owner, and I would higly recommend it. My only problem is that I wish it dealt with aggressive behavioral problems more in depth.
  • Blackbrand
This book should be the standard in training a dog. I thoroughly reccomend this book, and the use of Taoist techniques in the obedience training of a dog.
The Toa of Bow Wow is a super cool book. The author reminds us that it is an honor to share our life with a dog and that it is our obligation to train our dogs in a respectful and loving manner. She encourges the reader to think like your dog and to not expect your dog to think like you - remove your ego from the relationship. It is a beautifully written narative on the special bond between dogs and their human compainions.