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Furthermore, the book was really well-written! I laughed out loud many a time, and cried a couple times. I loved her descriptions of her own dogs – it’s validating to read the accounts of others who love their dogs as deeply as I do. Caveat: it was written in 2002 by an older straight white woman, and there were some cringe-y descriptions of humans every once in a while. But the dog stuff was great. I want to press this into the hands of the people who have tried to give me advice about “establishing dominance” with my dog.
A lot of the training tips weren’t super relevant to my own dog (who’s a weird mix of impossible to train but perfectly behaved). I’m going to check out her book The Cautious Canine next, which I think might be more appropriate for my situation