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    • Dog obedience & training
      April 2019

      Canine colleague:

      Reconciling dog and professional life

      by Christiane Wittig, Michaela Hares

      Do you want to take your dog with you to work? This guide provides many decision-making aids and arguments to persuade your employer and colleagues and tips for your own work organization and structuring your daily work routine. It also offers many tips how to train your dog how to behave in office: stay in place, ignore incoming visitors, keep calm when someone is knocking at the door and how to provide some activity in between. Key selling points: Increasing acceptance of dogs in offices Considers both employers and employees Training tips for dogs in daily work life

    • Dog obedience & training
      May 2019

      Thinking around the corner

      Distance control exercises for a better communication with your dog

      by Katrien Lismont:

      The distance control exercises described in this book, based on a triangle shape, are essentially borrowed from the training of working retrievers, but they are of general use to enhance every dog’s impulse control and help him to get along in our modern world. The author turns this concept into a team-play to encourage focus, happy excitement, cooperation, self-control and a clear communication between dog and owner. Key selling points: Unique newly developed concept Successful training for a more patient and focused dog New ideas for qualitative activities

    • Dog obedience & training
      May 2019

      Shake paws on it!

      Smart Dog Training easily explained

      by Christine Kompatscher

      This book includes all aspects of everyday dog training: house-training, walking on leash, recall, dealing with unwanted hunting behavior, car driving, self-control, politeness training and much more. An entertaining and smart dog training book, written with much heart and humour. Every chapter is opened with a short personal, funny story of the author and her dogs Smilla and Balou. Key selling points: Facts on positive reinforcement training easily explained Encouraging tips for every dog owner Training experience that really helps you in everyday life

    • Dogs as pets
      April 2014

      Fidgety dogs

      Living with an hyperactive dog

      by Jung, Inga

      Help for owners of hyper-reactive and hyperactive dogs. Personal experiences of a dog trainer and lots of useful training advice.

    • Dogs as pets
      October 2013


      Gezieltes Muskeltraining für Hunde

      by Mayer, Carmen

      This unique program is a combination of useful muscle- building exercises that will enhance the dog’s health and funny tricks. The “Gymnastricks” are ideal for warming up before sports, but also for elder dogs, for better body awareness in young dogs or for building up muscles after an operation. For each exercise, the muscle group worked on is shown and explained. Double profit for the dog through active par- ticipation instead of “being moved”!

    • Dogs as pets

      Biologically Available Raw Food

      by Messika, Barbara R. & Schäfer, Sabine L.

      »Biologically Available Raw Food« or » Bone and Raw Food« is becoming increasingly po- pular among dog owners.This book explains the principles and advantages of feeding natural raw food and gives practical guidelines and diet plans. B.A.R.F. made easy.

    • Dogs as pets
      February 2010

      The complete Kynos trimming guide

      by Dolz, Renate

      Grooming and trimming according to F.C.I.-standards explained for 30 po- pular breeds.

    • Dogs as pets

      Obedience-Training step by step

      by Niewöhner, Imke

      Different training ideas for every obedience lesson to chose from – all using modern, positive methods.

    • Dogs as pets
      October 2017

      Train the trainer – the board game

      Role reversal animal training

      by Lenz, Corinna & Deutsch, Wibke

      The player takes in turns the role of the animal and the trainer and experiences how it feels to get trained or received valuable feedback about the own training approach. - With dice, toy figure and clicker, play money and hourglass - With ca. 100 exercises, action and signal carts - Various training material like differently colored sticks, balls, cones, cars, etc. - for Animal owners, animal trainers

    • Dogs as pets
      April 2012

      The Australian Shepherd

      by Paff, Inga

      All books from the “Our Dog”-Series offer passionate breed portraits with brilliant photos and lots of useful, really breed- specific information.

    • Dogs as pets
      October 2017

      Canine colour genetics

      by Laukner, Dr. Anna

      The book represents a comprehensive compendium of the topic and the first ever to put together two decades worth of molecular biological knowledge on this subject. The authors are a veterinarian (Anna Laukner) and two molecular biologists (Christoph Beitzinger and Petra Kühnlein) with many years of practical and academic experience in the field of canine colour genetics. The increasing demand for genetic testing of canine colour genes as well as the great interest of dog breeders and dog fanciers in the field of canine colour genetics inspired the authors to write this compendium. For dog breeders, breed club officials, dog show judges, interested dog, veterinarians and biologists.

    • Dogs as pets
      May 2016

      The Human Factor.

      Client communication and conflictmanagement for dog professionals.

      by Fiss-Quelle, Susanne

      Every professional who deals with dogs- trainer, veterinarian and many more – have also to deal with the owner, which is at times much more difficult than dealing with the dog. Much of the training or treatment success depends on how well you manage to transport your strategy and ideas to the owner. This book adapts the latest state of art in client communication and conflict management to the world of dogs.

    • Dogs as pets
      October 2016

      Dog school for school dogs

      Training program for assistance dogs in education and therapy.

      by Lambrecht, Beate

      Therapy dogs working in school settings as “assistants” to the teacher have gained.a huge acceptance and professionalization in recent years. What has been missing so far was specialist literature, especially for the targeted training of the dogs being used in school and in a therapeutic setting. The basic training is complemented by special tasks for various application areas and by tips for managing special situations. Dog-friendly, modern training and the awareness of possible stress and overstraining signals is a major consideration in this book

    • Dogs as pets

      Ethical Keeping of Humans.

      Tipps for Training and Care.

      by Kaiser, Tucki

      Do humans have self-consciousness? How to avoid dogomorphism? Should they be allowed their own sleeping place? These and many more questions are skillfully answered by Tucki the Pomerian, who guides to reader through all important aspects of man keeping.

    • Dogs as pets

      It’s just a dog... Grieving for pets

      by Pilatus, Claudia & Reinecke, Gisela

      Written by a psychologist and a journalist, this book makes it easier to cope with the loss of a pet.

    • Dogs as pets
      October 2018

      Hydrotherapy for dogs

      Fit and healthy through therapeutic swimming

      by Baumgartner, Sabine & Zemla, Sabine

      The use of water for medical purposes is a long-standing tradition for humans. For dogs, however, hydrotherapy is quite new, but increases more and more as they also benefit from the waters healing effect. Therapeutic swimming is a gentle and pain-free training for the whole body while strengthening and building muscles. In addition, condition and heart and circulation system are improved and in case of lameness or neurological failures it is possible that nerves will be stimulated again. All of this can be reached through a method without many contraindications. The physical characteristics of water is the reason for the hydrotherapy effectiveness. This first reference book about hydrotherapy with dogs describes these characteristics and its targeted effects for various symptoms. The focus is on therapeutic swimming with detailed and different exercises in water, well demonstrated by photos and illustrations. Key Selling Points: - first reference book on this topic - increasing number of dog physiotherapists - also interesting for trainer and owners of sport or working dogs

    • Dogs as pets
      October 2016

      No Trespassing!

      Understanding Territorial Behaviour in Dog.

      by Inga Jung

      Dogs have been bred to guard properties and livestock for centuries- what once was a highly welcomed behaviour, has nowadays often turned into a problem when dogs won’t let pass visitors or the mailman. This book explains why dogs behave this way, what they regard as their territory and their job and how we can help them to define this according to our needs.

    • Dogs as pets
      October 2014

      Dogs on Recipe

      How dogs help us to stay healthy

      by Milena Penkowa

      The book explains why and how a dog’s company alters our brain, mind, cardiovascular and immune systems whereby dog owners show reduced blood pressure, stress hormones, heart rate, sensation of pain, anxiety, allergic reactions, depression and senile dementia when compared to non-dog owners. Also, it looks at the diagnostic abilities of dogs in recognizing cancer, at the survival rate after heart attacks between dog owners and non-owners and at the numerous benefits of therapy dogs.

    • Dogs as pets
      June 2008

      Lassie, Rex & Co

      by Dr. Felicia Rehage

      Our absolute bestseller! More than 40.000 copies sold in Germany, excellent press reviews.The ultimate book of dog training, written by a vet. 8th updated printrun.

    • Dogs as pets

      The Border Dog

      by Joachim Schrey

      A story of a German Shepherd Dog at the time of the border opening between East and West Germany. Used as a watchdog at the border within the Eastern German Army, he all of a sudden loses his work and familiar people. He is now straying the former border territories, in a hopeless search for a home and his raison d’être. Very much like many people in Eastern Germany, he has gained freedom, but also lost orientation. More than just a dog story.

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