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Dog Parkour - Anna Louise Kjaer

by 4-Paws Canine Academy
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Dog Parkour is a way of utilising your surrounding environment for different training purposes. By encouraging your dog to interact with its environment and overcoming many different obstacles on its way and turning these into fun games, you can help your dog to overcome many different anxieties while also strengthening the bond between the two of you.

Dog Parkour is for you if you'd like your dog to have better focus on you, pull less on walks, overcome anxieties by boosting confidence, or if you would like a new and exciting challenge for you and your dog.

This dog parkour book will provide you with everything you will need to get started on your dog parkour journey!

Anna Louise has been training dogs for more than 12 years in various dog sports including agility, rally-obedience, ordinary obedience, tricks, dog dancing, and dog parkour. She became Denmark’s youngest certified dog trainer in 2012 and has since then specialised herself in games-based dog training. Through games, it is possible to turn any impossibility into a possibility.

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Informative and charming

We bought this book to help our young rescue enjoy working with us out and about and on walks. Although I know a fair bit about modern positive dog training, parkour is something I know little about and this book has been great. It holds your hand every step of the way without being condescending. I particularly enjoy the conceptual approach - giving readers an idea of what doggie parkour aims to add to dogs and guardians' lives, rather than simply prescribing exercises in a strict order. It also has great emphasis on making sure your dog is safe and having fun, which is what doggie parkour all about. We've got a lot more to learn, but it's been a great place to start!

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