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I think anyone who works with foster or rescue dogs must read this book because it’s very likely to show up in those groups. I’ve always had dogs I raised from puppyhood according the principles of puppy training espoused by the guru (IMO) Ian Dunbar. I never saw RG until we recently adopted a retired racing Greyhound.
I was hoping for a usable guide to working with my dog on his resource guarding issues. It is heartening to know there is a nonconfrontational way to deal with this very common issue. But even though I’ve done a lot of reading on positive reinforcement training methods and have used them with success in other areas, I had a hard time with the overly technical tone of this book. Donaldson used way too much jargon, but then again this is targeted to training professionals. I would have liked to see sample worksheets for tracking progress, and the overwhelmingly long numbered lists of microsteps could have been broken down into phases.