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Stop That Dog Now!
An Owner's Guide to a Problem Free Dog

New Book Assures Readers That Their Dog's Behavior Can Be Improved

     Most of us who have dogs are on a continual search to improve their behavior. Sue Clauss has an answer for frustrated dog lovers everywhere. book - Stop That Dog Now

     Throughout her career, Sue Clauss has trained over 5,000 dogs and instructed many more humans in how to handle their dogs and solve behavioral issues. This application of properly performed basic obedience training provides self-control in the dog as the foundation for problem solving. The practical corrections and setups make Stop That Dog Now! a useful manual for the average pet owner as well as the advanced trainer. From teaching tools to the proper toys, interactions with other animals to aggressive behavior, this book has it all.

     Our dogs see us as flawless companions and love us unconditionally. With the strategies laid out by Ms. Clauss in Stop That Dog Now! we can return that love to a well-behaved dog that truly deserves to be called our best friend.

     Having operated training centers in both Maryland and Delaware, Ms. Clauss now resides in the beautiful mountains of eastern West Virginia. Her new training center, Paw Paws Canine College, LLC offers a variety of programs including boarding school and private lessons. To discuss your dog's behavior please give us a call or email us; see the "Contact" page for contact information.

Article from the Book
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Ordering Book

     You may order Stop That Dog Now! signed directly from the author, ($10.00 plus $4.00 postage) Sue Clauss, by phone or email see our "Contact" page.    

Stop That Dog Now! is also available at fine book stores everywhere (ISBN: 1-59858-246-1 $14.95 US).

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If you pick up a starving dog and make him prosperous, he will not bite you; that is the principal difference between a dog and a man. - Mark Twain