What Dogs Need and How They Think
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What Dogs Need and How They Think

Suzanne Hetts: Daniel Q. Estep

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    The original title of the book: What Dogs Need and How They Think
    By: Suzanne Hetts: Daniel Q. Estep
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    Publisher: Island Dog Press
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    Written from the dog's point of view, this little booklet gives you over 70 easy to use tips on understanding your dog's behavior. Helps you understand that dogs are not guilty, jealous, or spiteful. Helps you meet your dog's behavioral needs and improve your relationship with your canine friend.


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