How to Greet a Dog and What to Avoid Have you ever seen a child or adult approach a dog and get bitten Or gone up to a seemingly friendly dog and been snapped at when you tried to pet him Dogs frequently bite or snap when they are fearfu

  • Title: How to Greet a Dog and What to Avoid
  • Author: Sophia Yin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Have you ever seen a child or adult approach a dog and get bitten Or gone up to a seemingly friendly dog and been snapped at when you tried to pet him Dogs frequently bite or snap when they are fearful or uncomfortable around unfamiliar people, and humans frequently approach in ways that are unintentionally rude and threatening.Written by one of the leading veterinarian Have you ever seen a child or adult approach a dog and get bitten Or gone up to a seemingly friendly dog and been snapped at when you tried to pet him Dogs frequently bite or snap when they are fearful or uncomfortable around unfamiliar people, and humans frequently approach in ways that are unintentionally rude and threatening.Written by one of the leading veterinarian animal behaviorists in the country, this book shares eight simple rules on how to greet a new dog and what to avoid Using analogies and illustrations that make the greeting mistakes both memorable and clear, this book is appropriate for both children and adults.

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    1. This is an educational little e-book that should be distributed for free through animal shelter websites. Children (and adults) are given basic tips on how to interact with a dog in a safer fashion. Readers are asked to put themselves in the dog's place and imagine how they would feel, for instance, if a complete stranger galloped up to them on the sidewalk and hugged them. The ideas are reinforced through humorous illustrations. This is a great book that will hopefully prevent some of the dog b [...]

    2. Great introductory guideThis is the perfect introductory into teaching kids, as well as some adults, how to properly engage interaction with a dog.

    3. Sorry to say it's a list about authorI learned nothing I could not have been told when visiting the SSPCA the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to. animals.Not just from a mass of free literature, but lists of references to excellent books by leading UK authors and local Training Schools for puppies to grown dogs.Discipline, handling, dealing with owners bad habits. There are classes on grooming your dog, cleaning teeth, cutting or trimming claws. Cleaning eyes. If you feel courageo [...]

    4. This book should be mandatory on elementary school shelves!I still could recall many years back when I was in elementary school, the endless amount of dog walkers and owners who felt that walking across a school's playground with their dogs was an appropriate and leisurely task. And now, as an adult, animal lover and adopter of several dogs, I have come to realize the world that exists out there for a dog and why they may react to situations in a certain way. This book does exactly that --with p [...]

    5. Parents should share with their childrenThis guideline is well thought out and easily understood. Children are often at risk for serious injuries by pet dogs for no fault of their own nor the dogs. This book is a basic resource that can inform parents and child care providers, and assist them in teaching youngsters how to interact with dogs safely.

    6. Excellent book. Short easy way with great pictures to show kids what to and what not to do when appoaching a strange dog. I recommend everyone to read it. Its a quick easy read. Right now its free on kindle, otherwise its only $2.99, money well spent if you ask me. The subject is dealt with humor and the pictures are great and sure to keep both adult and children's attention.

    7. 3 starsI need to get my (fool) sister to read this.I really liked it. It was short, but filled with entertaining cartoons that really highlighted why you should do one thing over another.

    8. Great knowledgeSimple practices to daily life in a dog world. Great illustrations in an easy to grasp format. I highly recommend it.

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