by Roy Hunter
New expanded 2nd edition! Learn dozens of games to relieve boredom, teach important skills, build confidence, and improve performance in obedience, tracking, and other dog sports. These games are fun for both you and your dog and come from a variety of sources: TV, children's games, suggestions from other trainers, and more. Marked for degree of difficulty and special skills needed, the games presented in the book are generally designed for use in a class, and require multiple dogs to be really fun.
Fun Nosework for Dogs will help you teach your dog to enjoy using his nose and stimulate his primary source of information. An outstanding resource for trainers and owners, this book teaches specific techniques for tracking and advanced obedience!
The word-free teaching and training table game. Experience what it means to be taught through this incredibly fun and stimulating game that teaches clicker training. For ages 6 to 106....
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