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“The Evolution of Charlie Darwin: Partner With Your Dog Using Positive Training”
Date Posted: Monday, December 10, 2012
“The Evolution of Charlie Darwin: Partner With Your Dog Using Positive Training”
Manufacturer: Earth Voices Publishing

Product Description: Earth Voices Publishing offers “The Evolution of Charlie Darwin: Partner With Your Dog Using Positive Training,” by Beth Duman. Duman takes readers step by step through training and living with their new dog by chronicling her first year's experience living with a funny little rescued dog that she named Charlie Darwin in the hope that he'd evolve into a dog she could enjoy as a personal friend and an ambassador for the use of positive training methods, the publisher reports. The author wants owners to realize that living and caring for a dog should be a fun experience for all parties involved, not a constant tug of war for dominance over the leather shoes, the publisher adds.

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