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One of the great things about fall is that many folks believe this is the best time to go tracking (or any other nose/scent related activity) with your dog, especially dogs with limited experience. For most of the country, fall brings cooler temperatures, fewer thermals and less wind. This means scents are less likely to get dispersed. And of course, tromping through a field in mid July in 90+ degree temperatures isn't all that fun for the handler either! 

We have a wide variety of books on tracking, search and rescue, nosework and scent discrimination, here is a list of ones that have been popular for years:

Tracking From the Ground Up by Sandy Ganz and Susan Boyd.
Scent and the Scenting Dog by William Syrotuck.
Tracking Dogs Theory and Method by Glen Johnson.
The Canine Kingdom of Scent by Anne Lill Kvam.
Modern Enthusiastic Tracking by William (Sil) Sanders.
Try Tracking - The Puppy Tracking Primer by Carolyn Krause.
The Nosework Handler by Fred Helfers.
Nosework Search Games DVD with Anne Lill Kvam and Turid Rugaas.
Novice Nosework - A Primer for Beginning Trackers by Ed Presnall.
Newest books and DVDs

Our Dogs, Ourselves: The Story of a Singular Bond

By Alexandra Horowitz

The story of humans and dogs is thousands of years old but is far from understood. In Our Dogs, Ourselves, Alexandra Horowitz explores all aspects of this unique and complex interspecies pairing.

Play Your Way to Good Manners: Getting the Best Behavior from Your Dog Through Sports, Games, and Tricks

By Kate Naito and Sarah Westcott

Play Your Way to Good Manners shows you how to approach your dog's manners training as a collection of cool tricks, exciting sports moves, and interactive games, changing your dog's attitude from "I have to do it" to "I want to do it."

Obesity in the Dog and Cat

By Martha Cline (Editor) and Maryanne Murphy (Editor)
 
As of 2018, pet obesity in the US affects an estimated 55.8 percent of dogs and 59.5 percent of cats, resulting in secondary conditions such as arthritis, diabetes mellitus, kidney disease, and certain forms of cancer. Seeking to address this major modern-day problem, this book provides a comprehensive review of obesity in small animal medicine.
From the Dented and Dinged Bin

Hard to House Train - Practical Solutions for Dog Trainers (Shopworn)

By Peggy Swager

Hard to House Train by Peggy Swager is designed to be the go-to reference guide for trainers who encounter difficult house training cases. With in-depth information on proven techniques as well as how to deal with the underlying behavioral problems (both dog and human!) which underlie them. Pick up a copy today for only $13.95.

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