Helping minds meet

Skills for a better life with your dog

Author: Helen Zulch

Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd

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Category: Science

Page: 96

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This unique book, written by professionals in the field, explains how and why misunderstandings occur between us and our canine companions, and how we can work to resolve them. It aims to help us adjust the way we interact with our dogs, in order to help our dogs be well behaved, whilst at the same time enabling us to enjoy fulfilling relationships and a good quality of life with them.

Life skills for puppies

Author: Helen Zulch

Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd

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Category: Puppies

Page: 96

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Approaching puppy education from the puppy's perspective, this book presents the key skills a dog needs to cope with life, and assists owners in developing a fulfilling relationship with their puppy. Beautiful photographs illustrate the points made, and each chapter includes a worksheet to help owners chart their puppy's progress.

When man meets dog

What a difference a dog makes

Author: Chris Blazina

Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd

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Category: Pets

Page: 160

View: 674

Have you ever wondered why dogs are considered ‘man’s best friend?’ In this book, Psychologist Dr Christopher Blazina explains the importance of the unique bond between men and dogs. There are widely-held beliefs that males naturally transition into a state of self-imposed seclusion and emotional detachment in adulthood. Even relying on another person violates the rules of being a man. When Man Meets Dog explores how the bond with animal companions bypasses many of these barriers, helping males develop into happier, healthier men. What a difference a dog can make! It’s also important to discuss the other side of attachment: loss. Again, the mixed messages men receive lead to difficulties with managing grief. When Man Meets Dog is the first book to discuss men’s continuing bonds with a lost animal companion. A continuing bond is a new way of reconnecting and preserving the memory of this unique connection. When Man Meets Dog is a memoir with a purpose. Chris shares his very personal story of how two shelter dogs not only changed the direction of his life, but also how he defines what it means to be a man.

Gods, ghosts and black dogs

The fascinating folklore and mythology of dogs

Author: Stanley Coren

Publisher: Hubble & Hattie

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Category: Performing Arts

Page: 176

View: 499

People tell stories about what they love, including dogs, and this book is a collection of such stories. Some are spooky, some funny, and some engage the mind in the same way that a detective story does. Starting with a look at the origins of folk tales involving dogs, you’ll find facts, history and humour aplenty from all around the world.

Home alone and happy!

Essential life skills for preventing separation anxiety in dogs and puppies

Author: Kate Mallatratt

Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd

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Category: Science

Page: 96

View: 275

Many owners leave the house without considering their dog’s emotional needs when left alone. Some dogs are fine, some suffer in silence – some become agitated, vocal and destructive. This book gives you the tools you need to teach your dog how to enjoy his own company, before behavioural problems arise, so you can both spend quality time apart.

Act Three

Create the life you want after your first career and full-time motherhood

Author: Julie Shifman

Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group

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Category: Self-Help

Page: 160

View: 188

The kids have left home, or maybe they’re just getting older and need less attention. Either way, it’s now your turn. You have more time, and you want to do something with it: perhaps go back to work, start a small business, commit to a cause you care about. But if you are like most women, you grapple with imagining what you want to do next—and may be plagued with doubts about how to succeed in the next stage of life. Millions of women struggle to form a post-full-time motherhood identity, but Julie Shifman’s Act Three turns that transition into an exciting journey of self-exploration. Through insightful advice and fun, hands-on exercises—all based on extensive research—Shifman takes you from imagining the rich possibilities for your third act to actually doing it. In these pages, you will learn how to • identify your “Gifted Passions”—the things you love and have talent for • pinpoint your biggest motivators • ready yourself for the big changes Act Three will bring • take “baby steps” to achieve your goals • proactively address what might hold you back • overcome the obstacles you’ll inevitably encounter along the way As she encourages and informs, Shifman also shares inspirational real-life stories of “Act Threes” that will make you wonder “Wow, how’d she do that?” She profiles an award-winning documentarian, the founder of an African orphanage, a fitness guru, a nationally syndicated radio host, and more—all of whom started the journey just like you, wondering what they would do next. With the tools and support in this book, you will be well equipped to embark on a fulfilling Act Three.

KISS Guide to Living with a Dog

Author: Bruce Fogle

Publisher: Dk Pub

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Category: Pets

Page: 415

View: 533

Covers choosing a breed based on personality and lifestyle, grooming, teaching obedience, understanding and responding to behaviorial characteristics, and treating medical problems.

The Examiner

A Weekly Paper on Politics, Literature, Music and the Fine Arts

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