Canine Separation Anxiety
by James O'Heare
Hardcover. Publisher: Gentle Solutions; Workbook edition (December 1, 2002)
A complete guide designed provide the reader with the tools needed to understand and treat canine separation anxiety. The text is comprehensive and includes a full discussion on stress and stress management. Workbook is flexible, exploring alternative approaches to treatment. more information
The Cautious Canine by Patricia B. McConnell
Paperback: 29 pages Publisher: Dog's Best Friend, Ltd.; (June 1, 1998)
This booklet provides a step-by step explanation of desensitizing and counter classical conditioning, whether your dog fears include the vacuum cleaner, people with hats, or the stranger at the door. It is written in an easy to understand language. The methods are always fair to the dog and easy to understand and apply. Explains why you need to treat the fear and not just your dog's reaction to the fear. more information:
Dogs Home Alone by Roger Abrantes
Paperback: 50 pages. Publisher: Dogwise Publishing; (July 1, 1999)
"Home Alone" helps the reader to teach his dog slowly but safely, how to be home alone. The program described is standard. Some owners will be completely successful following the program exactly; others will experience improvements; others may have to adapt the program for their individual dog. The program can also be used to prevent the problem from ever showing up. Start with the exercises described from the very first day the puppy enters your home, so he will grow up as a strong dog, self-confident, with the ability to deal with unexpected situations.
Help for Your Shy Dog: Turning Your Terrified Dog into a Terrific Pet by Deborah Wood.
Paperback: 192 p. Publisher: Howell Book House (1999)
Fifteen to twenty percent of dogs are born with a tendency towards introversion and fearfulness, leading to behaviors like uncontrolled submissive urination, fear-aggression, and inability to bond with humans. With understanding and the right training, fearful dogs need not be condemned as bad pets; rather, they can become some of the happiest and most deeply bonded dogs around-the epitome of great pets. As shyness may be aggravated by the loss of home this book is also recommended for new owners who adopted a dog from a shelter or rescue. more information
Canine Separation Anxiety
The Bark Stops Here
by Terry Ryan
Paperback: 58 pages. Publisher: Legacy-By-Mail, Inc.; (March 1, 2000)
More advanced training video which teaches how to introduce the leash, teach walking on leash, prevent jumping up on people, teach heel position and heeling on leash. more information
I'll Be Home Soon!
by Patricia McConnell
Paperback: 36 pages. Publisher: Dog's Best Friend, Ltd. Edition: 2000
Explains how to prevent and treat canine separation anxiety, dogs who panic at their owner's departure and stay panicked until their owner returns. This book will help dog owners who worry about leaving their dog home alone, both because of their love for the dog and their house, to prevent separation anxiety from developing, and to help them raise a dog with good "house manners." more information
Books to resolve problem behavior in dogs such as separation anxiety, shyness, fearfullness, and excessive barking.
Canine Separation anxiety:
Shyness and Fearfullness: