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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Lots of ideas for games to play. We do some of them already.
For an older, less mobile dog: Sep 04, Maddie Bottles rated it it was amazing Shelves: Do you have a puppy that, no matter what you do, always finds trouble? Does your puppy seem bored and is always eager to play like my dog? This book is exceptionally good because it gives the difficulty in stars.
Depending on what game, the difficulty can be expressed through stars. For example, 'which cup is the treat in? With games like fetch, which cup is the treat in? Jul 16, Gloria rated it it was ok. An okay book; have seen a few better ones in terms of layout and design. Picked up a few ideas but nothing new really, having gone through a few other books. Jul 04, Jessica rated it liked it Shelves: I've read a lot of Kyra Sundance's books, such as Dog Tricks, but I was hoping for some new ideas and content from Claire Arrowsmith.
The content is pretty good if you are looking for ways to keep your dog busy and entertained, but every idea is something that I've already read in other books most notably the Dog Tricks. I'm certainly not saying one author copied from the other, and I don't know which book came out first, but if you've read one you really don't need to bother reading t I've read a lot of Kyra Sundance's books, such as Dog Tricks, but I was hoping for some new ideas and content from Claire Arrowsmith.
I'm certainly not saying one author copied from the other, and I don't know which book came out first, but if you've read one you really don't need to bother reading the other. May 02, Mike Mclaughlin rated it it was amazing. I found our English Springer Spaniel was getting bored playing the same stuff all the time.
I bought this book, and it is one of the best books I've bought. I can't recommend this book enough, it's well written, laid out, and pleasing to the eye.
Jul 28, Leanna Aker rated it really liked it. There are a wide variety of activities, for different kinds of dogs in different environments. The author was very creative in using household items to create toys for dogs. This gave me lots of great ideas for my puppy.
Dec 30, Victoria rated it liked it. Nothing new or interesting for a big dog that is already well trained unless I want to teach my dog to get me tissues. Most 'games' are more suited for smaller dogs. Unless you live in a large house and get your 40kg dog completing agility courses in your house.
Full of brilliant games to keep the dog's mind stimulated and to help strengthen the bond between dog and owner. I bought this book for a friend with a very active border collie. Her erratic behaviour is much improved and you can see that she is happy and relaxed. Sep 14, Asl4u rated it really liked it.
Pretty good book -lots of ideas for doing stuff with your dog. I've made a list Dec 04, AnnieM rated it really liked it. Great ideas and easy to implement. Excellent color illustrations and clear instructions on how train your dog in a positive manner. May 21, Erin L rated it really liked it Shelves: Some fun tricks to try training our next dog.
Or our first foster. Jan 04, Jen rated it liked it Shelves: A very clear, concise, well-organized collection of basic dog training skills, games and info. All things I already knew. I was hoping for more, but it will be handy for any novice. May 08, Laurla2 added it Shelves: