|Barked: Fri Aug 3, '07 9:33am PST |
|So, I got a letter in the mail the other day. A very pretty envelope decorated with a line-up with dogs. Different "bad" behaviors were listed under the dogs' "mug shots" and they were advertising me a book. Tufts University Behavior Building has a new updated book in a series called "The Good Dog Library" and the book is called,"Best Behavior". In the handouts it explains that this book contains simple ways to stop bad behaviors.
They offer a 21 risk free trial, which means if I read it, don't like it, I can send it back and not pay money. If I pay, they will send me books that I can read, not pay for 21 days then send them back if I don't like them, or send money if I wish to keep them.
I sent off my business reply and I am requesting to have the book, buy it If I find good information.
Has anyone gotten this offer or read or bought this book?If so, is it any good?
Edited by author Fri Mar 13, '15 12:14pm PST
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