Most dog owners will at some stage experience difficulty in training or controlling their dogs. This illustrated guide aims to provide the practical means to remedy undesirable behaviour in dogs and to prevent minor misdemeanours from developing into long-term habits. It explores the canine psyche and shows how to identify the root cause of the problem before going on to devise a training programme to eradicate it. It is designed for all dog owners, but will also be of value to training instructors. The author John Cree, has been a dog-trainer for more than 35-years. He runs his own specialist consultancy service and provides training courses for instructors.