PAY AND DOWNLOAD:
In the preparation of this little work. The writer has kept one end in view: to make it
serviceable for those for whom it is intended, that is, for those who have neither the time
nor the opportunity, the learning nor the inclination, to peruse the most elaborate
information source ever – INTERNET.
Also provision of educating- entertaining training tips that will help reduce the burden of
dog bite, if not totally eliminate, the most aggressive behavior of dogs- a big threat to our
health, which our kids are the most affected victims. If you buy this book you don’t
expect to be presented with statistics of dog biting again. You can find lots information
about dog bite statistics in news.
What we are after here are ways to avoid the problem. How we can discover the reasons,
warning signs, ways to prevent, and reinforcement training that can help you turn your
dog into better friend he is suppose to be. That is exactly what you will get in this book.
The editor has to acknowledge his indebtedness to following people for their assistance in
one way or other:
Kenneth Phillips of www.dogbitelaw.com
Butch Cappel of www.dogbiteprevention.com
Rita Peters of www.cbrrescue.org
Kristina Vourax communication manager of www.ddfl.org
Lyn Richards of www.Doglogic.com
Jeanneane Kutsukos of www.prodog.net