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Paul Allen Pearce is the author of many breed dog-training books. When his family duties allow, he spends his spare time outdoors with his two dogs Buck and Samson.
Paul’s family are dog lovers and often took in strays. Paul and his siblings were taught how to care and train the family pets and dogs. Both his parents grew up with many animals and had generational knowledge to pass forth to their offspring.
Being raised around all sorts of animals, his curiosity to work with animals grew. Upon returning back to the U.S. and purchasing his own dog he realized he didn’t know as much as he could, thus began his journey into owning and full time dog training.
Paul States - "Dog training is my passion. I love dogs, animals, and the wonders of nature. It is easy to write about your passion and share what you have learned and discovered.
I hope that my readers enjoy and learn from what I have learned and improve their dog relationships. My past explorations throughout twenty countries and states helped me to broaden my perspective regarding animal behavior and treatment. Let us all be kind to animals, not only dogs.
When I am not working, I spend my time outdoors with my dogs, exploring nature and expanding my knowledge of life, dogs and dog training."
Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 2371 KB
Print Length: 196 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: Paul Allen Airedale Training and Publsihing; 2 edition (6 Feb. 2014)
I was looking for more Airedale direct training As Good as all of the hints and training this book offered it was really general that could apply to any breed. I have trained my Airedale with a trainer so there would be one additional step I would add. When working on your recall when the dog comes to you you should reach for his collar then treat. You are usually recalling for a reason getting the dog familiar with you reaching for their collar.