Water Dog: Revolutionary Rapid Training Method | Hardcover
by Richard Wolters (Author), Art Smith (Introduction)
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September 24, 1964
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Product Description The classic bestselling training manual for the person with limited time who wants to train a working retriever fast.Containing revolutionary scientific information on the mental development of your pet, Water Dog is a step by step training book with no extraneous material. It covers everything from the day you get your puppy to the finished dog, showing you the complete training procedures step by step in picture sequence.It will show you not only what to expect of your dog but what your dog can expect of you. Full of information about using the right commands and utilizing the Dummy-Launch, a training device co-developed by the author, this how-to guide will make training easy, fast, and fun—for you and your dog.“Anyone who wants to try turning his dog into a well-mannered retriever will do well with Water Dog.”—The New York Times
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