This book focuses on some common trouble spots in dog-human harmony, for example aggression, destructiveness, housebreaking problems, excessive barking, dogfights, tugging, jumping, shyness, stealing, begging, car chasing, fear biting, object guarding, and more.
What I like about Carol Lea Benjamin's writing style is the way she keeps (and encourages) a sense of humor about topics that can be stressful. She acknowledges that dogs are not always perfect citizens and we are not always perfect leaders, but dogs can learn and so can we.
Human nature being what it is, and dogs being as clever as they are, it is fair to assume that, for as long as man has been dwelling with dogs, some dogs have discovered how to gain and keep the upper hand.
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