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By Jon Katz

Not anyone brings to lifestyles the striking bond among people and their canine like New York occasions bestselling writer Jon Katz. He has warmed our spirits with spell binding stories and willing observations of his animal menagerie—the canines, sheep, chickens, and different citizens of Bedlam Farm. Now, Katz is again with what he does top in his first number of brief tales, Dancing Dogs.

With his signature perception and present for storytelling, Katz stocks 16 tales approximately certainly one of life’s most unusual relationships: within the identify tale, a housekeeper loses her task, yet discovers her four-legged “children” have a few toe-tapping abilities that simply may well get the entire relations again on its toes. In “Puppy Commando,” a shy grade-school outcast forges an speedy reference to a beagle dog she meets at a shelter—and dangers every little thing to maintain him. “Gracie’s final Walk” includes a girl who needs to have the ability to claim so long to her liked golden retriever—but finally ends up announcing hi to somebody unforeseen. “The puppy Who saved males Away” indicates that no longer all people cross the “sniff” try out in terms of canine, who own an exceptional pass judgement on of personality. And in “Guardian Angel,” a widower facing a painful transition unearths the best convenience within the unlikeliest of sources—a funny-looking pug named Gus.

Whether sitting, staying, and rolling over, within the barnyard, shelters, or domestic, candy, domestic, the creatures in Dancing Dogs are surely inspiring and completely memorable.

Praise for Dancing Dogs
 
“Funny, keenly saw brief tales illuminating the bond among guy and his top friend.”—People
 
“Jon Katz writes with ardour and humor in regards to the connections among animals and people. . . . Animal fanatics are certain to are looking to upload this publication to their collection.”—Examiner.com
 
“Katz’s tales, occasionally hot and occasionally humorous, are gentle, gentle reads which are effortless to select up and revel in and should attract puppy enthusiasts everywhere.”—Booklist
 
“Insightful, relocating . . . a tissue-box-worthy choice of animal tales.”—Kirkus Reviews
 
“[A] heartwarming book.”—The Dallas Morning News

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If you have small dogs you might actually be able to lift them up with your foot and toss them a good distance away. Next, open the gate and hope that the dog you want to go through does so quickly, before the other two can recover and storm the gate. If you are skinny and fast, you might be able to slip through the gate after him and turn around in time to start shoving the other two with your feet as you close the gate on your ankle. Cursing is optional. If you are not skinny and fast, you can use your body as sort of a plug to block the opening as you move through in a crouched position, while continuing to kick backwards with your feet as you move through.

Here are some tips to help you: 1. If your dog just stands there like a lump, staring at you, wait it out for a long time. If you really can’t stand it longer, walk around the box so your dog will accidentally touch it and click that. Looking pointedly back and forth between your dog and the box also helps. 2. Try putting your hands behind your back when you want your dog to free shape. This helps in two ways. First, if the dog can see the food and clicker in your hand, he often will become fixated with it.

For instance, let’s say that you chose to shape your dog to put his front feet in the box and your set up looks like this: You The dog The box 43 W h e n Pi g s Fly What is the tiniest approximation of the behavior of the dog putting his front feet in the box? The dog is probably standing there staring at you. ” So, the very first thing that the dog needs to do is to turn his head away from you—not necessarily a big turn, just an ear flick and eye roll in that direction is enough. Click and treat the eye roll and ear flick.

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