Cesar Millan's Short Guide

Random House
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Cesar Millan's Short Guide

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In this gem of a book, Cesar Millan, the world's most famous dog trainer, shares his amazing insights into animal and human behavior through 98 essential lessons designed to enhance your life with your canine companion. Grouped into practical themes, including The Canine State of Mind, Solving Common Problems, and Living a Better Life With Your Dog, this handy guide will be the go-to bible for those seeking the key to Millan's world-famous dog (and human) training philosophy, established over the past decade on his hit TV show, The Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan. Punctuated with inspiring testimonials from Millan's many encounters with perplexed owners and their pets, as well as a candid discussion of his own recent life challenges following his painful divorce and the death of his beloved pit bull, Daddy, Cesar Millan's Short Guide to a Happy Dog is a perfect gift for canine lovers of every breed.

This hardcover book measures 8½ inches in length by 5 4/5 inches in width. Published January 2013.

Brand: Random House

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