Training Humans -- A Review

 |  Apr 22nd 2008  |   1 Contribution


There are MANY excellent training books for humans working with dogs but Tess of Helena (a four-footer herself) has penned a fun and helpful training guide for dogs trying to get the best from their humans. Training Humans combines a touch of satire with a large helping of canine insight into a literary recipe that offers useful information with a twist.

Oh, I know, we've seen other books written by or from the dogs' point of view. I've even written one myself. But Training Humans is well worth adding to your library. Its a short yet entertaining set of lessons told by a dog in the know,

Tess has a tongue-in-cheek way of delivering her message that keeps the tone adult and light-hearted. This light touch makes Training Humans an excellent book to give to dog guardians who need to learn a few pointers on living with their dogs.

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