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The Resource Let the dog decide : the revolutionary 15-minute-a-day program to train your dog-- gently and reliably, Dale Stavroff

Let the dog decide : the revolutionary 15-minute-a-day program to train your dog-- gently and reliably, Dale Stavroff

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Let the dog decide : the revolutionary 15-minute-a-day program to train your dog-- gently and reliably
Title
Let the dog decide
Title remainder
the revolutionary 15-minute-a-day program to train your dog-- gently and reliably
Statement of responsibility
Dale Stavroff
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Stavroff, Dale
Dewey number
636.7/0887
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
SF431
LC item number
.S73 2007
Literary form
non fiction
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Dogs
Target audience
adult
Label
Let the dog decide : the revolutionary 15-minute-a-day program to train your dog-- gently and reliably, Dale Stavroff
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip071/2006031076.html
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-220) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Classical Conditioning
  • 11
  • Training Behaviors on the Bench
  • 137
  • Sit on the Bench
  • Down on the Bench
  • Stand on the Bench
  • Stays on the Bench in the Named Behaviors
  • 12
  • Intermediate Training on the Gronnd
  • 147
  • Difference a Collar Makes
  • Beginning to Train on the Ground
  • Building Reliability by Delighting the Dog
  • What to Do If the Dog Balks
  • Working without the Leash
  • Stays
  • Don't Lean on the Leash
  • 13
  • Training Behaviors under Distraction
  • 159
  • Recall
  • Do You Really Want to Be Alpha?
  • Introducing Distractions
  • 14
  • Heel
  • 167
  • Heeling in a Straight Line
  • Turning in the Heel Position
  • Spinning Game
  • Part 4
  • Special Concerns
  • 173
  • Operant-Conditioning-Clicking to the Next Stage
  • 15
  • Having More Than One Dog
  • 175
  • Acquiring Two Dogs at the Same Time
  • Introducing a New Dog into an Established Single-Dog Household
  • 16
  • Difficult Dogs
  • 181
  • Dominant Dog
  • Characteristics of the Dominant Dog
  • A Better Way: Combining Covert Control with Overt Positive Reinforcement
  • Assessing Dominance in Puppies
  • Training the Dominant Dog
  • Active Resister
  • Characteristics of the Active Resister
  • Training the Active Resister
  • Passive Resister
  • Trouble with Belly Rubs
  • Characteristics of the Passive Resister
  • Training the Passive Resister
  • Fear Biter (the Sharp Shy Dog)
  • 2
  • Characteristics of the Fear Biting, Sharp-Shy Dog
  • 17
  • Behavioral Problems and How to Solve Them
  • 195
  • How Covert Negative Reinforcers Are Used in Training
  • Rummaging in the Garbage
  • Jumping Up
  • Paws and Praise
  • Empowering the Dog to Solve Its Own Behavior Problems-Part 1
  • Pulling on the Leash
  • Training with Covert Control and Overt Positive Reinforcement
  • Empowering the Dog to Solve Its Own Behavior Problems-Part 2
  • Aggression to Other Dogs
  • Aggression at the Door
  • Mouthing and Nipping
  • Begging at the Table
  • Making Sure Baby and Dog Get Along
  • 21
  • Covert Control and Overt Positive Reinforcement
  • Teaching Behaviors with Operant-Conditioning
  • Part 1
  • Building Benevolent Eye Contact
  • Compassionate Compulsion: Using the Bench
  • Clicker Conditioning and Dominant Dogs
  • 3
  • Choosing the Right Dog
  • 39
  • Dog Groups and Breeds
  • Who Are You?
  • Show Lines and Working Lines
  • A Closer Look at the Groups
  • Preparing to Train
  • Seven Groups of Dogs
  • Choosing a Puppy
  • Older Dog
  • Shelter Dog
  • Breed Rescue Groups
  • You've Chosen a Dog, What's Next?
  • 4
  • Low-Stress, High-Result Learning
  • 55
  • Mood and Its Meaning in Training
  • 1
  • Manipulating Mood in Training
  • Best Mood for Training
  • Visualize Your Dog: Happy, Confident, and Cooperative
  • Delighting the Dog, or the Virtue of Reinforcement on a Random Schedule
  • Releasing the Dog from Training Work
  • Part 2
  • Day-to-Day Handling and Informal Training
  • 67
  • 5
  • Making the Dog at Home
  • 1
  • 69
  • Dog-Proofing the House and Yard
  • Training Tools Checklist
  • Chews and Other Toys
  • Toilet Training, Meals, and Quiet Time
  • Crate Training
  • Entering and Leaving the Crate and the House
  • Don't Let the Dog Do Anything Now That You Won't Want the Dog to Do Later
  • General Control and the Use of the Long Lines
  • Dogs and Furniture
  • To the Dog's Understanding: Why Training Succeeds or Fails
  • Making Yourself the Focus of the Dog's Positive Associations
  • Right Treats for the Right Occasion
  • Formal and Informal Signals and Control
  • Hand Signals
  • Fetch
  • A Day in the Life
  • Children and Dogs
  • 6
  • Introducing the Dog to the World
  • 93
  • 3
  • Walking the Dog
  • Halti Head Collar
  • Socialization and the Dog Park
  • Socializing the Dog to People
  • Socializing the Dog to Other Dogs
  • Dog Friendships and Rivalries
  • Recognizing Dominance
  • Part 3
  • Formal Training
  • 105
  • Dogs in the Wild
  • 7
  • Building Benevolent Eye Contact
  • 107
  • Training Schedule
  • Establishing and Building Benevolent Eye Contact
  • Saying Yes to Benevolent Eye Contact
  • 8
  • Using the Clicker
  • 117
  • Teaching without Commands
  • Dogs and People
  • One Lesson at a Time
  • 9
  • Naming Behaviors and Strengthening Benevolent Eye Contact
  • 123
  • Naming Behaviors
  • Strengthening Benevolent Eye Contact
  • 10
  • Climbing the Bench
  • 129
  • Bench Work and the Traffic Safe Dog
Control code
ocm71427269
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxi, 232 pages
Isbn
9781569242759
Lccn
2006031076
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
636.70887 ST29 ; L ; XX-N ; C0703BT1 (OG).
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o71427269
  • (Sirsi) o71427269
Label
Let the dog decide : the revolutionary 15-minute-a-day program to train your dog-- gently and reliably, Dale Stavroff
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip071/2006031076.html
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-220) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Classical Conditioning
  • 11
  • Training Behaviors on the Bench
  • 137
  • Sit on the Bench
  • Down on the Bench
  • Stand on the Bench
  • Stays on the Bench in the Named Behaviors
  • 12
  • Intermediate Training on the Gronnd
  • 147
  • Difference a Collar Makes
  • Beginning to Train on the Ground
  • Building Reliability by Delighting the Dog
  • What to Do If the Dog Balks
  • Working without the Leash
  • Stays
  • Don't Lean on the Leash
  • 13
  • Training Behaviors under Distraction
  • 159
  • Recall
  • Do You Really Want to Be Alpha?
  • Introducing Distractions
  • 14
  • Heel
  • 167
  • Heeling in a Straight Line
  • Turning in the Heel Position
  • Spinning Game
  • Part 4
  • Special Concerns
  • 173
  • Operant-Conditioning-Clicking to the Next Stage
  • 15
  • Having More Than One Dog
  • 175
  • Acquiring Two Dogs at the Same Time
  • Introducing a New Dog into an Established Single-Dog Household
  • 16
  • Difficult Dogs
  • 181
  • Dominant Dog
  • Characteristics of the Dominant Dog
  • A Better Way: Combining Covert Control with Overt Positive Reinforcement
  • Assessing Dominance in Puppies
  • Training the Dominant Dog
  • Active Resister
  • Characteristics of the Active Resister
  • Training the Active Resister
  • Passive Resister
  • Trouble with Belly Rubs
  • Characteristics of the Passive Resister
  • Training the Passive Resister
  • Fear Biter (the Sharp Shy Dog)
  • 2
  • Characteristics of the Fear Biting, Sharp-Shy Dog
  • 17
  • Behavioral Problems and How to Solve Them
  • 195
  • How Covert Negative Reinforcers Are Used in Training
  • Rummaging in the Garbage
  • Jumping Up
  • Paws and Praise
  • Empowering the Dog to Solve Its Own Behavior Problems-Part 1
  • Pulling on the Leash
  • Training with Covert Control and Overt Positive Reinforcement
  • Empowering the Dog to Solve Its Own Behavior Problems-Part 2
  • Aggression to Other Dogs
  • Aggression at the Door
  • Mouthing and Nipping
  • Begging at the Table
  • Making Sure Baby and Dog Get Along
  • 21
  • Covert Control and Overt Positive Reinforcement
  • Teaching Behaviors with Operant-Conditioning
  • Part 1
  • Building Benevolent Eye Contact
  • Compassionate Compulsion: Using the Bench
  • Clicker Conditioning and Dominant Dogs
  • 3
  • Choosing the Right Dog
  • 39
  • Dog Groups and Breeds
  • Who Are You?
  • Show Lines and Working Lines
  • A Closer Look at the Groups
  • Preparing to Train
  • Seven Groups of Dogs
  • Choosing a Puppy
  • Older Dog
  • Shelter Dog
  • Breed Rescue Groups
  • You've Chosen a Dog, What's Next?
  • 4
  • Low-Stress, High-Result Learning
  • 55
  • Mood and Its Meaning in Training
  • 1
  • Manipulating Mood in Training
  • Best Mood for Training
  • Visualize Your Dog: Happy, Confident, and Cooperative
  • Delighting the Dog, or the Virtue of Reinforcement on a Random Schedule
  • Releasing the Dog from Training Work
  • Part 2
  • Day-to-Day Handling and Informal Training
  • 67
  • 5
  • Making the Dog at Home
  • 1
  • 69
  • Dog-Proofing the House and Yard
  • Training Tools Checklist
  • Chews and Other Toys
  • Toilet Training, Meals, and Quiet Time
  • Crate Training
  • Entering and Leaving the Crate and the House
  • Don't Let the Dog Do Anything Now That You Won't Want the Dog to Do Later
  • General Control and the Use of the Long Lines
  • Dogs and Furniture
  • To the Dog's Understanding: Why Training Succeeds or Fails
  • Making Yourself the Focus of the Dog's Positive Associations
  • Right Treats for the Right Occasion
  • Formal and Informal Signals and Control
  • Hand Signals
  • Fetch
  • A Day in the Life
  • Children and Dogs
  • 6
  • Introducing the Dog to the World
  • 93
  • 3
  • Walking the Dog
  • Halti Head Collar
  • Socialization and the Dog Park
  • Socializing the Dog to People
  • Socializing the Dog to Other Dogs
  • Dog Friendships and Rivalries
  • Recognizing Dominance
  • Part 3
  • Formal Training
  • 105
  • Dogs in the Wild
  • 7
  • Building Benevolent Eye Contact
  • 107
  • Training Schedule
  • Establishing and Building Benevolent Eye Contact
  • Saying Yes to Benevolent Eye Contact
  • 8
  • Using the Clicker
  • 117
  • Teaching without Commands
  • Dogs and People
  • One Lesson at a Time
  • 9
  • Naming Behaviors and Strengthening Benevolent Eye Contact
  • 123
  • Naming Behaviors
  • Strengthening Benevolent Eye Contact
  • 10
  • Climbing the Bench
  • 129
  • Bench Work and the Traffic Safe Dog
Control code
ocm71427269
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xxi, 232 pages
Isbn
9781569242759
Lccn
2006031076
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
636.70887 ST29 ; L ; XX-N ; C0703BT1 (OG).
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o71427269
  • (Sirsi) o71427269

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