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The Koehler Method of Dog Training

af William R. Koehler

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A well-behaved pet is not only a joy to his owners, but is also a happy pet. The Koehler Method of Dog Training is one of the most successful dog training manuals ever published. Step-by-step, this book provides a solid foundation if the training of even the most intractable of man's best friends, as well as providing proven methods for correcting the intractable of man's best friends, as well as providing proven methods of correcting the most extreme obedience problems. Its main objective is to enable the reader to train his dog--regardless of character or current conduct--to a point where he and his dog will enjoy the fullest companionship possible.… (mere)
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  pszolovits | Feb 3, 2021 |
Very negative in reinforcing. ( )
  aumbre | Aug 15, 2011 |
Good book to have to show the evolution of the balanced-method of trainers today (verus the pure-positive movement). The theories outlined in the book are wonderful fundamentals for any training regime, but the execution and technique of those theories is taken a bit too far, especially in the problem-solving section. Great book to give some perspective to modern training techniques, anyway. Highly recommended for anyone interested in obedience and dog behavior, though it should definitely not be the only training book on the bookshelf.

As for rating, the book deserves 4 for it's theories and overall content. ( )
  Statica | Oct 11, 2009 |
The methodology that was used before positive training was widespread. The basic techniques in this book will work, but you'll have a more mechanical and less motivated dog. And some of the recommendations are absolutely barbaric. Interesting primarily from a historic standpoint. ( )
  prairillon | Dec 23, 2008 |
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  hank111 | Feb 20, 2008 |
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A well-behaved pet is not only a joy to his owners, but is also a happy pet. The Koehler Method of Dog Training is one of the most successful dog training manuals ever published. Step-by-step, this book provides a solid foundation if the training of even the most intractable of man's best friends, as well as providing proven methods for correcting the intractable of man's best friends, as well as providing proven methods of correcting the most extreme obedience problems. Its main objective is to enable the reader to train his dog--regardless of character or current conduct--to a point where he and his dog will enjoy the fullest companionship possible.

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