Best dog training book review: Culture Clash by Jean Donaldson:
Jean Donaldson’s book The Culture Clash is a must read for dog owners and dog professionals. We find so many dogs being labeled as un-trainable or naughty simply because they behave like dogs. What this book focuses on is how to help dogs to adapt to the human culture. Jean Donaldson talks about how dogs think, what behaviors are wired into them and how we can in a positive and productive way help your dog to remain a dog while living in a human world with human rules. The book is very easy to read and is full of information that will help you understand your canine companion in a new way.
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Jean Donaldson is one of the top dog trainers in the world and has lectured in the US, Canada, the UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Jean Donaldson is a four-time winner of The Dog Writers’ Association of America’s Maxwell Award, and The Culture Clash was named number one training and behavior book by The Association of Pet Dog Trainers.
Jean Donaldson should be a household name for anyone who owns dogs. Her books are so easy to read, you do not need to be a dog expert. After reading Jean Donaldson’s book, you can be a better parent to your dog. From learning how to train your dog to how they see the world, this book covers it all.
Culture Clash covers everything from how to train your dog to sit to how to stop unwanted behaviors. It is very easy to read as Jean Donaldson breaks things down in a language that is easy to understand for anyone. She uses lots of examples and real world stories to help you apply the book to your dog.