The Cure for Useless Dog Syndrome

I was asked recently to check out DogProducts.org.  Although the site has lots of items for sale, none caught my interest as much as this book.  Don’t you just love the title?  “The Cure for Useless Dog Syndrome”.

Here’s the review from DogProducts.org:

The Cure for Useless Dog Syndrome: Activities/Games/Learning What to Do for Every Dog, Every Owner, Every Day is written by Ray & Emma Lincoln. They are experts in dog behavior and what makes dogs tick.The book is a training manual and more. It is written to give very concrete help to owners of dogs of all ages, types, sizes, personalities and behavioral challenges. It is also for owners of all ages, all physical abilities and all kinds of living conditions. And the activities are fun.The hundreds of games and activities help your dog learn to behave well, but also encourage health and emotional well being in both dog and owner. Creative play encourages bonding, discourages disruptive dog tricks and leads to a healthier and happier family life for all concerned.Readers often also enjoy “For the Love of a Dog” by Patricia McConnell and “Do Over Dogs: Give Your Dog a Second Chance for a First Class Life (Dogwise Training Manual)” by Pat Miller.The Cure for Useless Dog Syndrome: Activities/Games/Learning What to Do for Every Dog, Every Owner, Every Day is available in book form as well as in Amazon Kindle version.

If you read it, let me know what you think!  I haven’t yet, but I’ll add it to my reading list.

Until next time,

Good day, and good dog!

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