Dog Behavior Problems: a Counselor’s Handbook

AUTHOR: William Campbell


SUMMARY: Anecdotes about running a dog behaviour counselling practise.

AUDIENCE: Wannabe small animal behaviour therapists.

REVIEW: I was a little disappointed with this one.

From the title, I was hoping it would give me a comprehensive tool kit on running a dog behaviourist practice (à la Nicole Wilde, with “So you want to be a dog trainer”). Instead, I found that the anecdotes inconsistently switched from shallow to specific, with little practical value.

I was a little uncomfortable with some strong assertions on some of still disputed points (you guessed right: the old dominance demon), without backing these up with more than personal anecdotes.

So I don’t know, maybe I should give it another chance? All I know is I didn’t really get much out of it.

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Author: Campbell William
Genre: professional manual
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