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The Dog Listener: Learning the Language of your Best Friend par [Fennell, Jan]
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"Those wanting true canine companionship will find Fennell's approach attractive and easy to apply." (Publishers Weekly (starred review))

"The Dog Listener tells how to make dogs listen." (Parade)

Présentation de l'éditeur

You’ve heard of the Horse Whisperer – now meet the woman who uses similar methods to train dogs.

Jan Fennell’s remarkable gifts have earned her the nickname “the dog listener”. Her unique understanding of the canine world and its instinctive language has enabled her to bring even the most desperate and delinquent of dogs to heel.

This easy-to-follow guide to understanding Jan’s simple techniques draws on her countless case histories of problem dogs – from biters and barkers to bicycle chasers – to show how we can bridge the language barrier that separates man from his best friend.

In The Dog Listener Jan shares her secrets, telling us how she grew determined to find a more compassionate alternative to standard “obedience” training techniques and ultimately how to communicate with canines.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 4971 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 304 pages
  • Editeur : HarperCollins Entertainment (21 décembre 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B006NXMZV0
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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Je suis une"Dog Listener" formee par Jan Fennell - je ne peux donc etre objective - mais pour moi ceci est une livre de reference continu. Quand quelqu un me contacte car il a un probleme avec son chien je lui conseille toujours d'abord ce livre et ou le DVD ... et bien souvent cela resoud le probleme... Jan nous explique comment "parler' la langue de nos chiens et donc de mieux pourvoir communiquer avec eux... Pour tout ceux qui veulent amielorier leur relation avec leur chien pour une vie plus agreable ensemble...

I cannot be seen as objective as I am a Jan Fennell trained Dog Listener but to me this is a reference book. When contacted by someone with an unruly dog, I always suggest they acquire this book and/or the DVD as that may well resolve the problem... The book is a must read for all those who want to improve their relationship with their dog without force or gadget...It is a way of life of life for life ... after all we are learning the dog's language
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Jan Fennell obviously has great insight into how dogs think, a useful addition to any dog owners library. Too many of us treat our dogs as children and not as dogs, this book tells you how to change this and make everybody's life better.
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This book teach you a lot about how to let ur dog join you instead of you give order to your dog force them to listen to you , I learned a lot from it .
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 At Last - an open door into the canine mind 11 juillet 2001
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Jan has delivered a stunning piece of work here - her years of observation and research have enabled her to develop her technique of Amichien Bonding, the likes of which I have never before seen in dog training manuals.
Having read stacks of dog training books, and always feeling like there was something missing, I was left with my dog still barking at strangers, misbehaving off-leash, and howling for hours when I left for work. Jan explains it all, and how to fix it, in such a clear and easy way that readers are left wondering why they never thought of it that way before...
All the missing puzzle pieces are not only found in The Dog Listener, but assembled into a stunning portrait of the canine psyche. Jan explains how to enrich both our lives, and theirs, by learning how they think, and how to communicate with them in language they can understand. Her testimonial case studies are incredible and encouraging for owners with dogs who have similar problems.
Truly a breakthrough in training - changing the way we think about dogs, changing what we know about the way they think, and building a bridge between the two. A must for any dog owner, especially if the dog in question presents behavioral problems that seem to be unsolvable.
62 internautes sur 66 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Revolutionary methods have changed my house! 18 août 2001
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I came home from work one day and my wife was excited to see me as she said, "come look at this." She called our dog, a seven year old Westie, into his area where he is always reluctant to go. But this day he walked right in without making a scene. She told me she had seen Jan Fennell on television that day and had simply tried one of the concepts she talked about. We got the book, and immediately our Westie has settled right in to our new pecking order, and has significantly settled down.
We are more than impressed with the insight that this book gives. It has greatly improved our relationship with our dogs, and I would recommend this book to any dog owners. Understanding the canine culture is fascinating.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A-ha! 21 septembre 2004
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Eureka! Jan Fennell has found a kinder, gentler, training paradigm that makes sense to the dog. It's mentor Monty Roberts' "Horse Whisperer" with no horses and no Bobby Redford.
Fennell's Thesis: Dogs are descended from wolves. Dog behaviour is still ruled by the wolf pack mentality. Domesticated dogs don't think they are a member of the human pack with which they abide, but rather that "their" humans are part of the dog's pack. When the human members of the pack behave unfathomably to the dog's brain, the dog feels compelled to become alpha dog by default, the "politics of the pack." The author points out that, like a 1 year old child, the dog is ill-equipped to be pack leader in a human world and oft-times becomes neurotic trying - with various and sundry bad manifestations of the stress. How, then, to "relieve the dog of its delusion of power?" The answer, asserts author Fennell, is Amichien Bonding. Many anecdotes and antidotes are provided in this Twofer (2 books in 1) edition: *The Dog Listener* and *The 30 Day Training Guide,* the latter implementing the insights of the former. This reviewer had many "A-Ha! That's why they do that!" moments reading this book. LucyIndaSky, my Baby Basset, and her older sister, Judy, the rescued Greyhound-mix, judge it 5 stars. We would also like a video! /TundraVision, Amazon Reviewer
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Dog Listener 17 août 2001
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This book is well written and easy to understand. The frequent referance to wolf pack mentality is right on. I have watched PBS documentaries on wolf packs and observed my own two dogs and the behavioral similarity is astounding. I think Jan has nailed it with this book. I'm presently applying the techniques Jan has developed to my dogs and the results are as predicted. I recommend this book to anyone who is trying to gain control of their dog and to those who want to start out right with their new puppy. Dale Friedly
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 IT REALLY WORKS! 30 juillet 2001
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Since I have studied human psychology, animal psychology has also fascinated me. I loved this wonderful book by an author who has definitely spent much time researching her canine subjects. So many trainers use an agressive, commanding approach to training and disciplining dogs, tossing them a treat as a reward. I thought about how this method would teach anything of value to a human, and the potential (and horrendous) results this method of training would bring. What would happen if people were kept tied up in the back yard, or someone kept yelling "no," in your face all day long? How would a human feel if they were slapped and hit every time they did something that was not acceptable or did not live up to someone else's standards?
I have disciplined my dogs (and cats) with the same loving kindness used in raising a child. I have had cats and dogs my entire life and the results are living proof this method works. Many pet owners who purchase a cute little puppy do not fully realize and understand the stamina and commitment involved in training a puppy. What it does take to train your canine friend is a lot of love, patience and encouragement. Hitting and slapping teach aggressiveness and mistrust; being yelled at teaches barking, being alienated from the family teaches loneliness, dispair and rejection. Love, acceptance and gentle discipline on the other hand, will allow your canine friend to develop into a happy, loving, sociable, well-behaved friend and companion. I very much liked this author's approach and any person who is a canine owner will benefit tremendously from this excellent book. It is highly recommended reading and definitely worth a five star rating.
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