|Kim Brophey. Jason Hewitt, photos. Raymond Coppinger, fwd.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||224 / 2018|
Along with the joy of owning a dog can come the stress and frustration of behavioral problems, often hard to diagnose and expensive to treat. Canine behavior consultant Kim Brophey has developed a system that allows owners to identify why their dog is struggling and how to fix the problem. With tips for specific dog breeds, her guide distills a wide range of scientific scholarship into four key elements—learning, environment, genetics, and self—for mapping out a path to happier human-canine relationships.