Whether it's chewing inappropriate things, stealing food, chasing cyclists or being over-possessive with toys, all dogs do something that their owner finds strange or antisocial. Understanding this behaviour is the first step to curing naughty habits and achieving a happy household hound. From the author of the bestselling "What is My Dog Thinking?", this book focuses on troublesome and odd behaviour in the same easy-to-use format. It gives clear explanations about what your dog's thinking when he acts in the way he does and provides tips on how to prevent and cure his 'bad' habits. Can you really afford to be without it?
Gwen worked for a leading UK national animal welfare charity from 1988-2002 and pioneered the use of dog behaviour knowledge in the rehoming of unwanted animals.
She was the first person to be appointed by a national animal welfare charity as a full time Animal Behaviourist, eventually heading a team of behaviourists.
Gwen has successfully solved behaviour problems in thousands of rehomed dogs, helping to prevent dogs with behavioural problems being passed from home to home and improving the rehoming success rate.
Gwen lectures at national and international conferences, runs training courses for staff at animal charities around the world and has written many books & education leaflets. She is a Trustee for Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.