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Emma Parsons Click to Calm

Post by LyonsFamily » Mon Dec 24, 2012 9:03 pm

Anyone read this book? I'm interested in learning more about different options for Odin because he still has a few problems with little dogs and sharing his home space with submissive dogs. I'd like to eventually eliminate the need for a muzzle when he's with the 4 setters at my parents house. He doesn't need to play with them, but just be neutral when they're being rambunctious. We stay in the other half of the house when visiting, but share the family room for movies and what not.

The reviews on Amazon mention it only addresses fear aggression, and not misplaced prey drive, but other reviews state that it covers multiple reasons for aggression. Any thoughts?
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Re: Emma Parsons Click to Calm

Post by johninny » Mon Oct 07, 2013 5:44 am

Stephanie, just noticed this. did you pursue this book? is it something you found helpful?
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