Don’t Shoot the Dog!: The New Art of Teaching and Training

Don't Shoot the Dog!

Authors: Karen Pryor,

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This book will change your life. Behavioral scientist and animal trainer Karen Pryor shares some practical ways of implementing reinforcement to change behavior. This book is the lifeline of a pet-owner, a parent or even a teacher. Learn how you can correct behavior without yelling, lying or having to apologize later!

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