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Click to Win: Clicker Training for the Show Ring


Click to Win! Clicker Training for the Show Ring
By Karen Pryor

Foreword by George Berger, Publisher, the American Kennel Club

Win more this season, with Karen Pryor's new book Click to Win! Clicker Training for the Show Ring!

How can you make your dog look great in the show ring—every time? To self-stack, gait on a loose leash, prick his ears, and gaze warmly at the judge— all on cue? With the insight and experience of the world's leading clicker trainer in Click to Win!

Loaded with full-color photographs and Karen's lively readable articles, Click to Win! tells you how to teach any dog of any breed and any age (even puppies just weeks old) every behavior from household manners to self-stacking like a champion—all without punishment or force!

Perfect for experienced and beginning handlers alike, Click to Win! is your guide to communicating with your dog clearly and effectively, as well as guaranteeing an outstanding performance and an admiring crowd whenever you hit the ring together.


I really liked this book. I learned a lot. My dog has now earned her championship, and she loves being in the ring... judges has written "happy dog" and commented on how much they enjoy seeing her wag all the time in the ring.

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