Today we inaugurate the new section ‘Once upon a Pom’, a little corner in PomPomDog where we will talk about the dog books we read, sharing with you, (no spoilers of course ! ?) what we like the most, and what we like the least.
Turid Rugaas has focused on developing natural training methods to know about the way dogs communicate to better understand them and, if necessary, help them. This is how she has managed to identify what she has called ‘calming signals’ to explain the communication of dogs.
Thanks to this book you will able to identify in a basic way:
The ‘calming signals’ that your dog uses to resolve conflicts and calm down, such as turning the head, licking the snout, immobilizing, yawning, walking slowly, moving the tail, etc.
The ‘stressing signals’ and what we can do to alleviate him/her.
WE LIKE ?
WE LIKE LESS ☹
Direct and simple language and without technical terms.
Very basic if you are already familiar with the dog world.
Perfect as introduction for future and new dogs owners.
Very short, just 50 pages that leaves you wanting to go deeper.
Affordable price (around 9 €).
Translated in several languages.
Do you like this new section?
Do you recommend us a dog book?
We would love that you tell us below in the comments of this post. Thank you very much and see you on the next publication!