Off Leash Dog Play: A Complete Guide to Safety and Fun
Dogwise Publishing, 2007 - 161 páginas
Learn how to read canine body language in groups of dogs, manage off-leash play, identify signs of trouble and much more. For pet professionals who work with groups of dogs in daycares, boarding facilities and dog training classes and serious pet-parents.
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