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Nuala Gardner Choosing a puppy in the Gardner household was a major event. Young Dale suffers from severe autism rendering even the slightest deviance from routine terrifying for him. His parents have struggled to reach him through the barrier of autism. The dog was their last hope...
Allen & Linda Anderson The authors are founders of the Angel Animals Network, inspirational speakers, and authors of many other books. Their focus in this and all of their books is the deep soul connection between horses and humans. This is a collection of true stories celebrating the deep, ancient connection we have with dogs.
Garth Stein Told from the dog's point of view, this is a tale of family, love, loyalty and hope. "I savored [this book] for many reasons: a dog who speaks, the thrill of competitive racing, a heart-tugging story line, and—best of all—the fact that it is a meditation on humility and hope in the face of despair."—Wally Lamb
Martin Kihn Martin Kihn's gorgeous Burmese mountain dog Hola is a nightmare. She is untrained, tackling innocent strangers, chasing buses, chewing everything. And Martin himself is a bit of a train wreck, so the two seemed well suited. But Martin finds his life unraveling, and with Hola as his inspiration, he dives into the workd of competitive dog training.
Dr. Ian Dunbar Dr. Dunbar is called the world's leading authority on puppy training and behavior. He originated the off-leash puppy classes, and has led a revolution in fun training for pups and grown dogs. This is a thorough and easy-to-follow training guide that would make a great new puppy gift!
Stanley Coren The author of How Dogs Think and How to Speak Dog knows canine psychology as well as anyone, but Flint, his cairn terrior, tested even his vast knowledge as he attempted to understand the reasoning behind the pup's wild antics. A fun book, full of wisdom and humor.
Bill Berloni Foreword by Bernadette Peters 246 pp, paperback, full color photos Bill Berloni was a young apprentice when he got his first big break: to find and train a dog for the original production of Annie.