100 Ways for a Dog to Train its Human - Simon Whaley Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction/Humour / Author: Simon Whaley / Publication Date: 2003 / Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
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Simon Whaley One Hundred Ways for a Dog to Train Its Human
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Customer 100 Ways for a Dog to Train its Human - Simon Whaley Reviews (2)
by - written on 31/05/12, updated on 31/05/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
One Hundred Ways For a Dog to Train its Human is a paperback book written by Simon Whaley. I recently bought this book from awesomebooks.com website for the low price of just £2.49 with free postage. The book appealed to me because I was feeling a bit low and needed cheering up. I love dogs and anything really to do with them and combined with the innocent looking dog on the cover of the book I knew there was a good chance this book would make me smile. The title also had me intrigued as usually books which involve the words 'train' and 'dog' are for humans wanting to train their beloved pets. I didn't really read anything about the book before I bought it as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/12/11 (Very useful, 35 readings)
If you have ever owned a dog, then this is a book you need to read. Most dog books will tell you that, in order train your dog, you need to assert yourself and become the pack leader. This, of course, is a load of rubbish. Every dog owner has always secretly suspected that they are actually being manipulated by their dog and forced to act in exactly the way the animal wants them to. This book simply proves it! 100 Ways to Train your Human is one of those funny titles that is a completely undemanding read but very funny and very enjoyable. It's exactly the sort of thing that makes an ideal little stocking filler for the dog lover in your life. Written from the ... Read the complete review
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