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HOW TO TALK TO YOUR DOG


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HASH(0x91d44264) étoiles sur 5 A Note of CAUTION is Needed 22 avril 2000
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
While this is a fun book to look at, and addresses a badly needed topic, this book contains some misleading, questionable, potentially dangerous advice. As a person who works with dogs and children, and who spends much of my time cautioning children about keeping away from a dog's face and watching their movements and body language around dogs, both familiar and strange, I cringe at the possible results of a chid following the advice, "Sniff his nose to tell him not to be angry or confused." I would not advise an adult to do that. Waving objects over the head of a dominant dog, as suggested in the text, can also be dangerous. Dogs see children as litter mates and tend to want to correct them as they correct each other, with their teeth. I urge you to approach the ideas in this book with extreme CAUTION!
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HASH(0x91d442b8) étoiles sur 5 I wish she'd included a caution! 4 août 2000
Par Andrea - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Belle reliure
This book deserves _5 stars_ except for ONE THING...Jean George assumes children will realize that you cannot use these techniques with a strange dog. I wish this were true, but as a librarian, I was obligated to write my own disclaimer and glue it in the front endpapers. I adore the book (as does my 7 month old puppy!) and the skills really work (especially the kissy noises on the back of the hand), but I think Jean George kind of blew it by not telling children to NEVER EVER PUT THEIR FACES NEAR A STRANGE DOG!
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HASH(0x91d446f0) étoiles sur 5 Bad Advice for Kids! 22 février 2008
Par Anne Norris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I purchased this book for my daughter after we got a new puppy. I was disappointed with the content and illustrations of this book. Almost every page contains a super-imposed photo of the author (a stoutly elderly woman) working with a cartoon dog, demonstrating a training technique. One training technique suggests that a child put his/her face next to the dog's face and touch noses with the dog.

This book is a basic book written to show children what a dog's body language means and how children can communicate with their pet using their own body language.

I was disappointed in the content, potentially dangerous suggestion to put your face close to a dog's face and rub noses, and the illustrations of this children's book.
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HASH(0x91d44abc) étoiles sur 5 WARNING: Don't try this at home 1 août 2008
Par 18Rabbit - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I opened this dog from the library and couldn't believe the bad advice contained. It's like the lady went down the list of things we told the kids not to do, and said "try them for fun!!"

We have a large dog and a small dog. The play rough together chasing, and tackling, and biting. As others have said, a lot of problems occur between dogs and children because dogs will tend to see children as other dogs instead of other humans.

They attempt to play with them, and sometimes will try to dominate them as if they are other "pack mates".

If you stumble upon or god help you purchase this book. Do not let your children attempt any of the "advice" without your supervision. My advice is simply throw the book away.

It's such a shame to see children's delight with the family pet turn into fear and tears because as Jean George extremely poorly thought out book.
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HASH(0x91d44ba0) étoiles sur 5 Book a danger to children who follow its recommendations 16 novembre 2006
Par Tara Lang - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Do not put your children in danger! They will be if they follow many of the authors recommendations. Please see the review written by Julie Shaw it is right on the money. Ms. Jean Craighead George makes suggestions that if used on the wrong dog could result in a person being bitten. For canine behavior stick with books by Jean Donaldson, Karen Pryor, Ian Dunbar...not Jean Craighead George.
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