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Bringing Light to Shadow ebook
What is it about? Meet Shadow, a handsome, fearful, aggressive, second-hand Border Collie. He lashed out at people without warning and avoided human touch. Meet Pam, a professional dog trainer with 12 years experience and several successful dog adoptions behind her when she met Shadow. Follow their journey—in this warts-and-all diary of their lives over 18 months. Every owner or trainer who has ever lived or worked with an aggressive dog will gain new insights from Shadow.
More about Pamela: Pamela is the author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Positive Dog Training. A member of APDT (Association of Pet Dog Trainers), NADOI (National Association of Dog Obedience Instructors) and DWAA (Dog Writers Association of America), Pam competes in several dog sports, teaches a wide range of basic and advanced dog training classes at her training facility in Blairtown, NJ, an makes her home with a trio of dogs, including Shadow.
When was it published? 2005
Who published it? Dogwise Publishing (USA)
Illustrations- Black and white photographs
This book is excellent - I love that the author details everything she did with Shadow, including the mistakes she made. Wonderful resource for anyone with a reactive dog.
Reviewer: Pam Dennison
I just thought I would update everyone on Shadow's progress since 11/21/01 (the day he got his CGC). He now has his CD (3 runs, 3 legs, 3 placements - two 2nd places and one 3rd place), NA, NAJ (all 1st places), ARCHX, RL3 and TSW and we are working on his ARCHEX. Shads is continuing to do well and still surprises me with his good behavior. He is starting to go blind (black film on his eyes), so I decided not to go on with his competition obedience career or agility (although I do still train for it). He is 9 years old now and still going strong and I am doing quite a bit of trick and freestyle training with him, although I refuse to dress up so will never compete. I did it once and I will never again appear in public in a poodle skirt!
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