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74 of 83 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Conformed character, 27 Jun. 2008
This review is from: Cesar's Way: The Natural, Everyday Guide to Understanding and Correcting Common Dog Problems (Paperback)
Since taking in a cocker spaniel puppy two and a half years ago, I read every conceivable training manual and book, and still ended up with a bossy, dominant, 'naughty' although very loving companion. He would pull on walks, steal food from work surfaces and plates, jump up at visitors, bark hysterically at the front door.... the list goes on.

I took this book on holiday, and couldn't put it down or wait to get home and put his advice into action.

Training started immediately upon collecting Ralphie from the kennels; not having eye contact and waiting until he was calm-submissive before making a fuss; we haven't looked back.

Unlike many other 'training' books, Cesar Millan explains HOW he brings dogs round, not just that he did. I particularly liked his description of his own upbringing as it helped me understand the mindset, and although I wondered at the start if he would ever get into the tips and wrinkles of leading your pack, all the information was necessary to understand fully the concept of 'dog whispering'.

Like many other reviewers, I think this book should be issued with each dog; it would certainly have saved me a few tears!
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Initial post: 8 Oct 2014 23:12:18 BDT
H. Harris says:
i read your review with renewed hope i have just bought a sprocker spaniel puppy who bites us alot despite us saying no or ouch alot and now if we yelp when he bites he now barks at us(at ten weeks old)he also knows when your going to lift him into his crate and backs away and side steps us....this book could be my answer before he gets out of hand.so thankyou for your great review.is there much on training pups to behave haha
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