The Hammer: Why Dogs Attack Us and How to Prevent It ePUB

The Hammer: Why Dogs Attack Us and How to Prevent It ❰Reading❯ ➺ The Hammer: Why Dogs Attack Us and How to Prevent It Author Bryan Bailey – Buyprobolan50.co.uk For thousands of years, dogs have established themselves in the homes and hearts of humans, coming to be viewed almost exclusively as loyal, friendly, and obedient which is why it is often so alarming For thousands Why Dogs PDF/EPUB è of years, dogs have established themselves in the homes and hearts of humans, coming to be viewed almost exclusively as loyal, friendly, and obedient which is why it is often so alarming and unexpected to owners when a dog attacks What causes dogs to act aggressively, and how can it be avoided In this captivating work of non fiction, Bryan Bailey, whose credentials include over thirty five years of both studying and teaching the influence of wolves over modern dogs, sheds The Hammer: PDF/EPUB ² light upon the instincts that trigger aggressive behavior and what can be done to prevent it Featuring both meticulously researched information and thrilling stories inspired by real life victims, this unforgettable book offers the only resource you ll need to learn to protect yourself from situations in which man s best friend turns into man s worst nightmare.


10 thoughts on “The Hammer: Why Dogs Attack Us and How to Prevent It

  1. RaChelle Holmberg RaChelle Holmberg says:

    This book was detailed enough that I plan to read it again, and probably buy a hard copy because my Kindle Paperwhite doesnt highlight easily I have been owned by various dogs over my life, all small, which ended up being a hidden blessing because I have done some ignorant things with, and for them THAT said, however, i have been a bit ahead of the game because I ve always realized that my dogs ARE a different creature than we are, with a different agenda, and this book explained it well, and i This book was detailed enough that I plan to read it again, and probably buy a hard copy because my Kindle Paperwhite doesnt highlight easily I have been owned by various dogs over my life, all small, which ended up being a hidden blessing because I have done some ignorant things with, and for them THAT said, however, i have been a bit ahead of the game because I ve always realized that my dogs ARE a different creature than we are, with a different agenda, and this book explained it well, and in a somewhat simple manner., except for I need to read it again I see my terrier, and now I know why she eats that kibble when she s not hungry, just so no one else can have it I have some different situations here that I d love to get the authors spin on How old are wolves Are some primitive breeds older than them Because we have a primitive breed who do NOT act like dogs And what about a deaf dog, which my terrier is I think her zones are even MORE defined And she has been desensitized since a wee baby because her breeder told me to take stuff away from her, out of her mouth, just because I can as a wee baby Today I can still do that, and shes ten This is a dog who has a trip switch and knows no pain when her HAMMER GOES DOWN this is also a dog that we didnt seek to add to our family, but, instead, were handpicked to take her so shed never end up in rescue Noble or stupid actions come with a price, and I have a few collaterally damaged scars from her She has NEVER attacked me, but she has launched and gotten a hold of my others dogs faces ALSO something else I learned in the book on how to prevent After reading this book, a LOT is clarified and, honestly, we have done pretty well Could have done better, but who knows how to care for aliens Do yourself a favor and read this book Its worth its weight in gold, and I got it on FreeBooksy I am sooo appreciative


  2. Jim Jim says:

    I have some dogs I won t say how many They are terriers I won t say which terrier They are not furry children They are dogs, but they are friends I did not think they posed any possible threat to me or anyone under my protection But this book has persuaded me that there may be circumstances that could trigger red zone behavior, even in these, my friends The author suggests ways appropriate to avoiding this behavior I recommend this book to all dog owners


  3. Linda B. Vuono Linda B. Vuono says:

    Helpful advice to be taken seriouslyThis went way beyond what I already know and pragmatically, scientifically explains the why and how of dogs behavior.Advice to heed Even when you think you know your pets Especially heed when it s an unknown dog or dogs Interesting information regarding reactions to look out for.Some very compelling, sad examples of what happens when take a domesticated dog for granted.Having had dogs in my family my entire life, there was only one who was a classic case of Helpful advice to be taken seriouslyThis went way beyond what I already know and pragmatically, scientifically explains the why and how of dogs behavior.Advice to heed Even when you think you know your pets Especially heed when it s an unknown dog or dogs Interesting information regarding reactions to look out for.Some very compelling, sad examples of what happens when take a domesticated dog for granted.Having had dogs in my family my entire life, there was only one who was a classic case of having a hammer issue


  4. billy billy says:

    A better understanding.Very informative I have had dogs for the past 60 years but never thought much about them Pets or working dogs that s all they were to me Now I have a better understanding of the way they think and interact with their surroundings.


  5. Bill D Smithhart Bill D Smithhart says:

    Dog owners should readAny dog will bite under the right conditions No attacks should be considered unprovoked.A dandy read on dog behavior


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