Cesar Millan’s Short Guide to a Happy Dog

98 Essential Tips and Techniques

Publisher: National Geographic
After more than 9 seasons as TV’s Dog Whisperer, Cesar Millan has a new mission: to use his unique insights about dog psychology to create stronger, happier relationships between humans and their canine companions.

Now in paperback, this inspirational and practical guide draws on thousands of training encounters around the world to present 98 essential lessons. Taken together, they will help dog owners create the most fulfilling life possible with their dogs.

In these pages, Cesar delves into crucial themes that go beyond obedience-school basics to reveal the hearts and minds of our beloved pets. In short, practical takes, he explores:

• The basics of dog psychology
• Instinctual behaviors
• Creating balance and boundaries
• Managing common misbehaviors
• Choosing the right dog for your family
• Helping your dog adjust to life transitions

Throughout the book, inspiring stories from Cesar’s case files -- and from his TV show, Leader of the Pack – provide moving real-world applications and surprising life lessons.

Smart, easy to use, and packed with Cesar's remarkable insights into human and canine behavior, A Short Guide to A Happy Dog is an inspiring tool for anyone looking to live a better life with a beloved member of the family.

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Stimulate the Brain, Early and Often:
I am often asked if dog owners can do anything to make their dogs smarter. If you look on the super- market shelves, you’ll see numer- ous dog foods that claim to aid in intelligence. I don’t know if diet can increase intelligence, and dogs cannot take IQ...
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PRAISE FOR

"I recommend this guide to all dog owners. Whether you just adopted your first dog or you've been a long-time owner, this is a wonderful 'tips and technique' book which helps you to better understand your furry best friend." --LATF The Magazine

"A strong distillation of Cesar's unique insights about dog psychology to create stronger, happier relationships between humans and their canine companions." --examiner.com