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Not sure what you are seeing in your town, but here there is no question that more people are out walking their dogs these days. This is one of the few positives that have come out of the current situation - dogs getting to enjoy what for most of them is the highlight of their day.

Now for a lot of you, walking the dog is a simple and enjoyable event. But for some folks, dog walks are stressful events - the dog pulls, wants to chase or barks at every other dog he sees or the dog plants his feet and won't move while investigating an interesting patch of ground (you Basset Hound owners know all about that!). If you encounter any of these kinds of problems, here is a list of books that can help.

My Dog Pulls - What Do I Do? by Turid Rugaas (leash pulling).
The Art of Introducing Dogs by Louse Ginman (dog-dog encounters).
Feisty Fido by Patricia McConnell and Karen London (leash reactivity).
Chase! Managing Your Dog Predatory Instincts by Clarissa von Reinhardt (chasing) eBook only.
Really Reliable Recall by Leslie Nelson (getting the dog back to you).
Out and About With Your Dog by Sue Sternberg (trail walking).
Behavior Adjustment 2.0 by Grisha Stewart (management techniques for walks, leash handling).
The Business of Dog Walking by Veronica Boutelle (walking multiple dogs).
Newest books and DVDs

Farm Dogs: A Comprehensive Breed Guide

By Janet Vorwald Dohner

Janet Vorwald Dohner describes 93 breeds of livestock guardian dogs, herding dogs, terriers, and traditional multipurpose farm dogs, highlighting the tasks each dog is best suited for and describing its physical characteristics and temperament. 

Wag: The Science of Making Your Dog Happy

By Zazie Todd

Certified Fear-Free trainer and social psychologist, Zazie Todd, distills the latest canine science and shares recommendations from leading veterinarians, researchers, and trainers to help you cultivate a rewarding and respectful relationship with your dog.

Making Dogs Happy

By Paul McGreevy and Dr. Melissa Starling

You’ll learn to see the world as your dog does—full of goals to pursue, resources to guard, and stressors to avoid. Using that knowledge, you’ll be able to communicate with (and train) your dog so that they’re the happiest hound on the block. Decode your dog’s emotions and behaviors—and be the best dog parent you can be.

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