And I had spent so much time teaching him : sit , stay , down , roll over . But all along , he had been teaching me : responsibility , devotion , routine , commitment . And I realized that was one of the greatest secrets that damn dog ...
Author: Carlo De Vito
A collection of humorous and poignant tales describes the author's coming-of-age at the side of a rescued German Shorthair Pointer, a relationship that taught him profound lessons about love, loss, and friendship. By the co-author of The Everything Dog Book.
Partnering With Dogs for Instruction, Socialization and Demonstration in Your Training Practice Nicole Larocco-Skeehan. tried to make her Lassie. ... Finally, they let me introduce myself to the neighbors, and their dog.
Author: Nicole Larocco-Skeehan
Publisher: Dogwise Publishing
Hire A Dog To Be Your Training Assistant! The concept of using dogs as teaching aides is gaining popularity among trainers worldwide. A ‘Teaching Dog’ can be used to demonstrate behaviors, work to socialize puppies and even help out in reactive dog classes.
I am grateful to her, but I'm also grateful to Freeway for teaching me that some training methods are better for some dogs than others. It took a while for me to get the message, but Freeway never gave up on me.
Author: Greg Louganis
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
The authors present a philosophy of dog ownership, from the challenges of raising a puppy through the rewards of living with an older dog
Thank you, Dogs Trust, for sending me on training courses, challenging my thinking, and helping me set my sights on ... DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jveb.2011.07.003 Council, for letting me train dogs in public parks for 10 years.
Author: Hannah Molloy
Discover the true meaning of dog behavior to form the deepest bond with your canine companion. What does it really mean when a dog rolls over and shows their tummy? They're not always looking for a belly rub... Drawing on the latest research in dog psychology, this ebook reveals the secret meanings behind more than 80 canine behaviors, including the seven types of dog greetings and why some dogs eat your underwear! Includes dog watching tips and positive reinforcement training advice, this ebook will help you keep your dog happy, stimulated - and adorable!
My doctor, whom at the time, did not attend a regular church, or even profess any religion, and asked me, ... I had separated myself from who I once was and lost in the land of Nod, I had my dog teaching me how to interact with God.
Author: Tina Durham
This book is based on my prayerful meditations on what the old stories must mean to us in the everyday present world. In our time, we have historians and scientist all running around attempting to demonstrate whether the stories are true or if they could even be accurate. The religious leaders always state that we use our faith with these stories in these times of faith questioning and proving, not be a doubting Thomas in these times. We do not have to see the scars or the proof, we believe because of the unseen. The intent of this book is not to change the real meanings in the Bible, but to make us think about the simple parts. Relying on the old trait of finding meaning and symbolism in literature, I have examined these stories. As you read the stories in scripture and the version of interpretation that I have found, ask yourself, what is God saying to you? Scripture is the love letter from a friend, God. He speaks to each of us differently and with different directions, these may not trigger the same thoughts in your understanding, but if they bring cause for you to examine the word, then I have been successful. As you begin to read this book, be prepared to ask yourself questions. Be prepared to listen to what God is telling you. So often we read a story and that is the story, we never revisit it. But the Bible is not like a regular book; it can be read over and over, each time revealing something more intriguing than the last. The layout of this book is to first consider who we are, what our role is in this vast community of people. Then I move through a section imaging how we interact and learn to live in Gods love and grace. Finally, I discuss some of our daily activities such as work, school, home ownership, and voting.
I had told the teachers that I would be getting a dog on the last Saturday of the month. My dad had written it down on a calendar back in November when he was teaching me about the months of the year. The reason this was so memorable ...
Author: Michael Haigwood Goodroe
Publisher: Outskirts Press
An Unexpected Story of Hope and Perseverance... As a young child, it was obvious something was wrong with Michael. He lacked basic motor skills and was unable to follow simple instructions or answer questions. Testing revealed a diagnosis of autism with a low IQ. Experts insisted that leading an independent life would be impossible for him...and school was not an option. Supported by documentation and interviews, Michael's heartfelt memoir traces the sustained challenges and turbulent journey he faced. His life was plagued by failures, negative results, rejections from schools, an inability to complete simple karate moves or participate in activities-all of which confirmed the hopeless situation. But Michael was surrounded by support, and he was encouraged to keep trying no matter how many times he failed. Developmental progress was not always obvious, but Michael was finding his own unique path. What Autism Gave Me is a powerful reminder that the human drive to succeed is stronger than any diagnosis.
dogs. teach. us. aboutlife? Dogs have taught me so much. As a miserable, angry, mixedup street kid in Garryowen, Ireland, I hated the world, but when I hooked up with a pack of the local stray dogs I suddenly found I had a family again ...
Author: Martin McKenna
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
From the best-selling author of WHAT'S YOUR DOG TELLING YOU, a set of lessons gleaned from canine friends - which may just save your life. Martin McKenna, the Dog Man, has learned plenty from the dogs he grew up with and from the dogs he now owns. He firmly believes that dogs hold the key to human happiness and well being and that they can help us to be better people - if we only learned how to learn from them. Over the years he has counselled countless people in doggy lore, in how to be more relaxed, more confident, less aggressive, more loyal, how to make the most out of life, how to use routine to clear your head - and many other useful modes of behaviour. In this book he runs through the many lessons dogs can teach us, via colourful anecdotes about hounds and their owners. Be warned! Not everyone is up to the task of learning from their dog.
The thing is, I am helping my dog with this life lesson. Now, who or what will help me? Maybe in a way, she is already helping me by my having to reflect on teaching her. Squirrels and food are not the only problem for my dog.
Author: Patricia Budd Kepler
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
One fall day, I found myself in the car holding on to a squirmy, very adorable puppy. We were taking her home. From the moment we picked her up, she became my mentor, teaching me life lessons without ever trying. She loved the world and all of us. She became a wonderful traveler, and over time, she became socialized. She taught me patience, got me through some rough times, showed me how to be playful, and strengthened me spiritually. I began to record some of our experiences together. Those reflections became this book. The book ends with her first birthday and our celebration of Dog who opened insights to God.
I later learned it had happened to her before with other dogs. “No one thinks about me—all these years I've been teaching, and owners—like you—can't control their dogs. It's dangerous! What would happen to my dogs if I was hurt?
Author: Carol Quinn
Publisher: Hachette UK
Follow My Lead is the story of how two rambunctious dogs and a tough Eastern European dog trainer named Irina taught Carol Quinn everything she needed to know about life, love, and happiness. It all begins when the author—unhappy with her failing love affair, her career, and even herself—decides to enroll her two Rhodesian ridgebacks into dog agility training. She's hoping to both find a hobby and straighten out her unruly pets, but she soon discovers that dog agility demands more from her than she ever expected. What follows is a life-changing experience: one that teaches her not only about her dogs but also about herself. With Irina’s guidance and wisdom, Quinn and her dogs develop a deep bond of trust as they learn to navigate the course obstacles, and Quinn begins to accept her own flaws, allowing her to find the inner strength to become the "alpha dog” of her own life.