Inside the Book

What’s in the Book?

 To see sample pages from the book, “How Many Dogs!?” please click on the links above at the top of the page.

Signs That You Need “How Many Dogs?!”

Do you enjoy living in a form of chaos? Do you have more leashes and collars than underwear? Do you have the vet, groomer and pet supply store on speed dial? Do you plan your wardrobe around which dog activity you are participating in that day? Then this is the book for you! It takes a special kind of person with an adventurous spirit to go past the two-dog mark. I will help you maintain your sanity.

Would you like to bring calm to the chaos inside your house? Do your dogs wrestle and roughhouse inside when you’d rather they do so outside? There is no substitute for good training of course, but I’ll also help you integrate some new behaviors into your dogs’ daily lives. Every interaction that you have with your dog teaches them something. How Many Dogs?! will help you to always be in proper training mode without even thinking about it.

Like a good parent guides his or her children in the right direction, you should provide good guidance to your dogs. But rather than considering yourself a parent to your dogs, I’d like to introduce you to the concept of the benevolent leadership. This is an important concept when living with even one dog, but it’s especially important when living with multiple dogs. To place yourself in the position of being the “GIVER OF ALL GOOD THINGS” is your most important move of all. Establish these two things in the relationship with your dogs and you will be able to retain the role of guidance giver through even the most difficult circumstances. You will find that many of the situations and routines that were difficult in your lives will flow more smoothly.

This book offers the answers to the question, “What is the best way to deal with too many dogs in one house?”

If you have 2, 3, 4 or more dogs that don’t get along, or if fighting, aggression, snarking, reactivity, fear, jealousy, resource guarding, or any number of other issues are causing problems in your life with your dogs, you can search our blog for possible solutions to help your situation. And please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.