The Do No Harm Dog Training and Behavior Handbook


by Linda Michaels, M.A., Psychology


The Dog No Harm Dog Training and Behavior Handbook

by Linda Michaels, M.A., Psychology

ISBN: 9781732253704

Publisher: Do No Harm Dog Training

Publication Year:  2022

Format:  Trade Paperback

Pages:  315

From the back cover:

Get the results you seek – combining science and compassion.

Are you tired of spending countless hours poring over articles, books, and other training resources seeking the key to the relationship you dream of with your dog? Look no further! The Do No Harm Dog Training and Behavior Handbook, along with the author’s internationally acclaimed and paradigm-shifting Hierarchy of Dog Needs(R), provides solutions to common and complex dog behavior problems in an easy-to-follow roadmap.

Renowned behavioral consultant and trailblazer in dog-friendly dog training, Linda Michaels, a Top Ten Magazine best dog trainer, reveals how to satisfy your dog’s needs while getting the behavior you want. Illustrating the most effective methods endorsed y the greatest minds in dog training and behavior, this meticulously researched handbook tackles the most challenging issues faced by dog lovers and pet professionals, including:

  • Nutrition
  • Veterinary and grooming visits
  • Basic training skills
  • Aggression
  • Separation anxiety

Do No Harm is a definitive “must have” for dog lovers and seasoned trainers – a classic work belonging on the top shelf of every library.

“This is how our dogs would choose to interact with us, and what most dog lovers would choose to practice…if only they knew how.” – Marc Bekoff, PhD, cofounder with Jane Goodall of the Ethologists for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

“…the single most important modern guide to ensuring that every aspect of our dogs’ lives is the best it can be.” – Lisa Tenzin-Dolma, founder of The International School for Canine Psychology & Behaviour Ltd.

About the Author:

Linda Michaels is a leading expert and speaker on Do No Harm/Force Free dog training and animal welfare advocacy. With an advanced degree in psychology and animal behavior, research conducted in behavioral neurobiology and five years of shelter and rescue experience, Michaels bridges the gap between research, dog trainers, and pet parents.

Additional information

Weight .63 kg
Dimensions 25.2 × 17.6 × 1.7 cm

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