Cited by the Dog Writers Association of America as the Best Technical Book of 1972 and still just as applicable today, this manual interprets the physiological and psychological make-up of the dog -- allowing the owner to achieve optimum training results.Cited by the Dog Writers Association of America as the Best Technical Book of 1972 and still just as applicable today, this manual interprets the physiological and psychological make-up of the dog -- allowing the owner to achieve optimum training results.Read Less
Good. 087605520X One USED BOOK in good condition | Normal wear to cover and spine | Corner edge wear | Inventory sticker present | Corners rubbed | No supplements included | Page markings/highlighting.
VERY GOOD. SIXTH PRINTING. Sunning to spine. Lightly spotted top-edge. Small bumps to top corners. Bottom spinecap folded under. Ephemera. Acid transfer to pp 102 / 103. Black lettering to spine and front of aqua, cloth-covered, illustrated boards. Black and white photgraphs. Clean, tight, bright. 327 pp with bibliography and index. "This is not a book for psychologists, but rather my attempt to explain to dog owners what psychologists have learned and how to apply these findings in training dogs, " (preface).
Very Good. No Jacket. 087605520X Publisher: Howell Book HouseDate of Publication: 1972Binding: hard coverEdition: Condition: Very Good/No JacketDescription: 087605520X 12th printing, 1984. Excellent with no marks. Sharp corners.
Very Good. 1981 Hardback edition. Green boards. Light wear and some marks to Boards. Pages in great condition with only light foxing. A lovely copy. Shipped from the UK within 2 working days. Sewn binding. Paper over boards. 327 p.
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