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The Canine Kingdom of Scent: Fun Activities Using Your Dog's Natural Instincts
Date Posted: Wednesday, October 03, 2012
The Canine Kingdom of Scent: Fun Activities Using Your Dog's Natural Instincts
Manufacturer: Dogwise

Product Description: Dogwise presents “The Canine Kingdom of Scent: Fun Activities Using Your Dog's Natural Instincts,” by Anne Lill Kvam. The book provides readers with all they need to know in terms of training techniques and tips so that they and their dog can both get all the benefits from doing nosework, according to the publisher. Readers will learn: how to motivate their dog to follow a scent trail or find a hidden item through the use of positive reinforcement and effective rewards; the importance of teaching their dog in step-by-step increments and allowing sufficient times for breaks and relaxation; the best way to teach their dog the names of its toys, find lost keys, and how to retrieve items left on a track; and all about the “pancake tracking” method used to begin to teach their dog how to track and then how to keep their dog challenged as it begins to tackle more difficult tracking exercises, the publisher states.

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