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What is amazing in the world of dog books (of which there are thousands!) is people keep coming up with great ideas for books exploring new ways of training and caring for dogs. What is equally amazing is the longevity of a sizeable number of books that were written 15 or more years ago which remain very popular and are still considered required reading in the subjects they address.

Here are a bunch of them that meet those standards which if you have never read, you should!  Please note that several of these are now in second or even third editions so the date of the book may be much newer:

The Culture Clash by Jean Donaldson (behavior/training).
Excel-erated Learning by Pam Reid (learning theory).
Give Your Dog a Bone by Ian Billinghurst (raw feeding).
Aggression in Dogs by Brenda Aloff (aggression).
Before and After Getting Your Puppy by Ian Dunbar (puppy training/socialization).
On Talking Terms With Dogs by Turid Rugaas (body language/calming signals).
Don't Shoot the Dog by Karen Pryor (operant conditioning/clicker training).
Canine Massage by Jean-Pierre Hourdebaigt (massage).
Therapy Dogs by Kathy Diamond Davis (therapy dog training).
The Other End of the Leash by Patricia McConnell (behavior/training).
Newest books and DVDs

eBook: Puppy Socialization: What It Is and How to Do It

By Marge Rogers and Eileen Anderson

This eBook defines and demystifies the most important thing you can do for your puppy: socialization. The authors don't just tell you what you need to know about socialization. They show you with dozens of photographs and exclusive linked videos (a live internet connection is needed to view the videos).  These real-life examples of socialization show you what to do when things go well and when they don't go so well.

Level Up Your Dog Training: How to Teach Your Dog Anything

By Natalie Bridger Watson

You'll learn fundamental concepts of dog training such as the three ways to build any new behavior, how to train effectively with positive reinforcement, how to attach a cue to any behavior, how to level up the difficulty on your dog's skills and all the techniques you'll need to train a totally new trick from scratch without a recipe holding your hand.

Selecting And Training Your Service Dog: How to Succeed in Public Access Work

Jennifer Cattet, PH.D.

Succeeding in Public Access Work is the subject of Jennifer Cattet’s new book, which is especially important given some of the controversies surrounding poorly or un-trained service dogs being brought into public areas. Jennifer prepares you and your dog to meet the standards of the Public Access Test developed by Assistance Dogs International.

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