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Body Posture & Emotions, shifting shapes, shifting minds: Suzanne Clothier
Understand your dog's body language and you'll train better because you'll communicate better!

Click to Calm, Healing the Aggressive Dog: Emma Parsons
More than 40 exercises in an easy-to-follow training recipe format, including how to desensitize your dog to approaching stranger dogs; have your dog perform canine calming signals, instead of aggressive displays, on cue; use your own body language when under stress as a cue for your dog to remain calm; and many more creative and effective uses of managing behavior through clicker training.

Feisty Fido, Help For the Leash-Aggressive Dog: Paricia McConnell, Ph.D. & Karen London, Ph.D.
Practical information about positive ways to teach dogs how to politely walk past other dogs without causing a scene. Written for both novices and professionals, it includes tips on prevention and handling emergency situations. Humane, upbeat.

On Talking Terms with Dogs: Calming Signals by Turid Rugaas
By a noted expert on canine body language, notably “calming signals.” These are signals dogs give each other - and humans - that denote stress. These are the dogs' attempt to defuse situations that otherwise might result in fights or aggression.

Scaredy Dog! - Understanding And Rehabilitating Your Reactive Dog: Ali Brown
This book helps dog owners and trainers to understand the reactive dog and help him change for the better. All training methods and classroom techniques are non-force and based on developing a ‘working relationship' with your dog. Easy to read and understand, 148 pages, with 68 photographs and graphics to help you improve behavior and solve problems.

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