NORTHWEST K9 BOOKS AND VIDEOS

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PROTECTION SCHUTZHUND TRAINING BEHAVIOR GERMAN SHEPHERD


CANINE BEHAVIOR

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CANINE BEHAVIOR: A GUIDE FOR VETERINARIANS
Bonnie Beaver, DVM
Easy-to-read, examines all canine behavioral traits, both normal and abnormal. Explores how dogs play, communicate, interact socially and sexually, groom themselves, and much more. Provides revealing insights into the origins of this behavior. Most importantly, it details the best ways to solve a full range of behavioral problems, including the latest drug therapies and new treatments. A wealth of case studies makes this guidance simple to apply.
CANINE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY FOR DOG BEHAVIOR COUNSELORS AND TRAINERS
James O'Heare
An introduction to the relationship between the canine brain and behavior. Explains how the nervous system and endocrine system work and how stimuli are received, processed, organized, and then extracted in the form of behavioral responses. Describes how this information can be used by trainers, behaviorists and dog owners in treating behavior problems, training dogs, or even just living more harmoniously with dogs.
DOG LANGUAGE: AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CANINE BEHAVIOR
Roger Abrantes
An encyclopedia of canine behavior. Tells us why dogs do what they do and how we can express ourselves so that our dogs understand us better. Arranged alphabetically with 293 entries and numerous line drawings illustrating over 150 different dog expressions. Follows the traditions of the school of ethology founded by Konrad Lorenz, and based on many hours of research observation and study.
EVOLUTION OF CANINE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR
Roger Abrantes
Detailed study of evolution of canine social behavior. Goes step by step through the various aspects involved in development of single social behavior patterns. Also a comparative study, this new book dismisses many common beliefs and assumptions, and leaves the reader with simple, sound explanations.
HANDBOOK OF APPLIED DOG BEHAVIOR AND TRAINING
Steven Lindsay
A comprehensive introduction to the basic applied and scientific literature underlying effective treatment and training programs. Material is organized in a technical and scholarly manner that will appeal to the animal behavior specialist, while remaining relevant and accessible to the nonbehaviorist veterinarian, professional dog trainer, breeder, and serious hobbyist. Describes theoretical issues that impact learning and training in dogs, including the influence of evolution and artificial selection, development and the biological basis of canine behavior, learning and sensory abilities.
THE NEW KNOWLEDGE OF DOG BEHAVIOR
Clarence Pfaffenberger; 1963; Reprint 2001
Is it heredity or environment that shapes the dog? Based on research of human behavior, Pfaffenberger applies to canine behavior the studies by researchers J.P. Scott and John L. Fuller, authors of Genetics and Social Behavior of the Dog, who bred and cross-bred dogs in their studies of human heredity and behavior. Including Pfaffenberger's interpretations of "critical periods" and canine development.
ON AGGRESSION
Konrad Lorenz; hardcover
The all-time classic for those seeking an understanding of aggression.
ON TALKING TERMS WITH DOGS: CALMING SIGNALS
Turid Rugaas
Dogs have a language for communication with each other, consisting of a large variety of signals using body, face, ears, tail, sounds, movement and expression. If we study the signals dogs use with each other and use them ourselves, we increase our ability to communicate with our dogs. Most noteworthy are the calming signals, which are used to maintain a healthy social hierarchy and resolve conflict within the pack.
THE OTHER END OF THE LEASH
Patricia McConnell
When humans communicate with dogs, a lot can get lost in the translation. Focusing on human behavior, Dr. McConnell teaches readers how to retrain themselves to speak consistently in a language dogs understand and avoid sending conflicting and confusing messages. The new insights into human and dog interaction will forever alter and improve our relationship with our best friends. Combines true stories, scientific perspective and professional dog training tips.
SOCIAL REGULATION OF COMPETITION AND AGGRESSION IN ANIMALS
Martin Moynihan and Michael Robinson; 1998; hardcover


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