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how about a good general obedience book?

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I'm another huge fan of Pat Miller's "The Power of Positive Dog Training" - it's practically required reading for all of my dog training clients, and a few of them refer to it as their dog training bible lol.


It's very well written, easy to read, even has a lesson plan and some ideas on teaching a few tricks in addition to basic obedience stuff.

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"Advanced Schutzhund", Ivan Balavanov and Karen Duet. You can miss the defense part, but it's a great aproach to training on Drives. I think most of the clicker books leave behind that part of canine behavior, they say "what to do" and most of them don't mention "Why to do"

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