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Old 02-10-2010, 10:28 PM
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Can we just trade? Yes? OK!
Not today. He's being very sweet and cute today. Check back tomorrow, k?
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Click To Calm isn't just for aggressive dogs. The exercises are also great for anxious or over-excited dogs, and the book includes a section on anxious, nervous, or generally freaked out owners. One of the great things about the book is that it addresses the emotions of owners of dogs who have issues, instead of ignoring the owner's feelings, telling the owner to get over it, or commanding the owner just to behave differently.

I've used some of the exercises for over-excitement and for keeping my own stress in check.
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