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Publisher's Summary

Do you have trouble controlling your dog? Are you sick and tired of the frustration that comes from living with an undisciplined dog? Do you want your dog to become smarter and do what you say?

With Brain Games for Dogs: Training, Tricks and Activities for Your Dog's Physical and Mental Wellness, you will learn proven methods and some of the best techniques for your dog's mental health. You will discover everything you need to know to keep your dog in shape for years to come.

It is a fact that when it comes to your brain, it's a use it or lose it. On average, humans engage in brain exercises every day. We work crossword puzzles, play challenging video games, and solve problems at work and so on. But what about our dog?

Dogs need brain stimulation just as humans do. There are several brain games for dogs, which are excellent ways to exercise his mind while bonding with him at the same time. Many games provide physical workouts into the mix. Not only are these games effective in enhancing brain function in your dog, they are rewarding for both your dog and you, and best of all...they are fun!

Whether your dog is an average adult, a young puppy, a senior, or even handicapped, this book has brain training games for all. No dog is left behind.

©2015 Digital Print house (P)2016 Digital Print House

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Do not recommend

narration was awful, tips and tricks were ok but depending on the drives of the dog highly not recommended.

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  • Renita
  • Castle Hill, NSW, Australia
  • 10-19-17

Helpful to the beginners.

I think this book will be good for people just starting out with a puppy. It’s a quick listen and easy to follow. Focus is on fun, which is what the title promises. Training techniques used are basic but totally acceptable. A good start.

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Truly lame!

I feel ripped off! Bogus! Should be named "Go buy games at a pet store".

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Very poor grammar... Not recommended.

This book is so badly written, it is almost nonsensical. The narrator has such a bright, cheery voice that it makes it all the more bizarre. I don't know how she did it. How do you read such poorly constructed sentences without it tripping you up? This book should be an inspiration to anyone who wants to write a book but doesn't believe in themselves. Clearly, anyone can do it.