Win a signed copy of ‘The Official Ahimsa Dog Training Manual’
Summer is here (hurray!) and at Happy Hounds we’re feeling especially happy and in a generous mood (it’s amazing what the sun can do to us in Britain)…
We’ve been privileged enough to work with Grisha Stewart, the author of The Official Ahimsa Dog Training Manual, at a number of her UK seminars and Grisha’s wonderful book is the reason for our August Giveaway.
‘The Official Ahimsa Dog Training Manual: A Practical, Force-Free Guide to Problem Solving & Manners’ (to give it its full title), is a great introduction to dog training. It originally started out as the companion guide to the exercises from classes at Ahimsa Dog Training in Seattle.
The book explains a range of practical exercises that start from a basic level and work up through advanced work on the most important behaviours for dogs to know.
It is a quick, but thorough guide and is helpful for families with dogs, for dog trainers to share with clients (and to read themselves!) and for breeders to share with new puppy parents.
How to enter
We’re running the giveaway through our facebook page and are hoping that it will help us reach the 200 likes mark. We want to spread the word about the benefits of positive training methods and facebook can help us do that!
To be in with a chance of winning, simply go to our facebook page (click here), like the page and then enter the giveaway by selecting the ‘August Giveaway’ tab and filling in the online form.
Full terms & conditions for the giveaway are on the entry form.
In case you haven’t heard of Grisha, she is the owner and founder of Ahimsa Dog Training in Seattle (US) and the creator of Behaviour Adjustment Training (BAT). She is a Certified Pet Dog Trainer, an active member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers and a Certified Training Partner from the Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training & Behaviour. Grisha specialises in the treatment and prevention of canine aggression and fear and is also the author of Behavior Adjustment Training: BAT for Aggression, Reactivity, and Fear in Dogs.