|Author||: Jennifer Cattet, PH.D.|
|Publisher||: Dogwise Publishing|
|File Size||: 51,5 Mb|
|Release Date||: 19 May 2021|
|Pages||: 202 pages|
|Rating||: /5 ( users)|
Selecting And Training Your Service Dog Book PDF Online
Good Service Dogs are Both Born and Made! Watching a service dog and her handler working as a team in a busy public space is a thing of beauty. Not every dog has the temperament or genetic make-up to do service work, but with the proper reward-based training, many dogs can succeed in public areas. Succeeding in Public Access Work is the subject of Jennifer Cattet’s new book, which is especially important given some of the controversies surrounding poorly or un-trained service dogs being brought into public areas. Jennifer prepares you and your dog to meet the standards of the Public Access Test developed by Assistance Dogs International. While the book focuses on training, it also covers in detail a number of other important questions including: · How much time, effort and cost are involved in acquiring and training a service dog? · Can you train a shelter dog for service work and are there breeds of dogs you should avoid? · What are your rights and the laws relating to service dogs? · How do you deal with the public when working with your service dog?