Read I'll Be Home Soon: How to Prevent and Treat Separation Anxiety by Patricia B. McConnell Free Online
Book Title: I'll Be Home Soon: How to Prevent and Treat Separation Anxiety|
The author of the book: Patricia B. McConnell
ISBN 13: 9781891767050
Edition: McConnell Publishing Limited
Date of issue: January 1st 2000
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 575 KB
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Here's what's funny about this book: McConnell believes that 'true' separation anxiety is a more rare rarer less common phenomenon than is believed. And/but: it behooves all dog owners to do what they can to prevent it in their dogs.
That said, there's some good, common-sense advice in here that my neighbours need to read. (Bubbles, a pekingnese, is so undersocialized as to be painful to watch; and his sep anxiety is so severe that they now have a collar on him that squirts a noxious substance in his face as soon as he barks. Can you say punishment for a symptom, the root cause of which remains untreated? Appalling.)
How obnoxious would I be if I slipped this book under their door? Well, after all, that's why I bought it.
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Read information about the authorPatricia McConnell, Ph.D., a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist, (CAAB) has made a lifelong commitment to improving the relationship between people and animals. She is known worldwide as an expert on canine and feline behavior and dog training, and for her engaging and knowledgeable dog training books, DVDs and seminars. Patricia has seen clients for serious behavioral problems since 1988, and is an Adjunct Associate Professor in Zoology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, teaching "The Biology and Philosophy of Human/Animal Relationships." For fourteen years she dispensed advice about behavior problems, and information about animal behavior research, on Wisconsin Public Radio's Calling All Pets, which was heard in over 90 cities around the country.
Patricia received her Ph.D. in Zoology in 1988 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison researching dog behavior and communication between professional trainers and working domestic animals.