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  • Snooping Aroundby Martina Nau

    Cadmos Books 2011; US$ 15.99

    Discover the importance of "nose work" for a dog to understand his or her world   Presenting a wealth of ideas for all dog owners, this guide is about keeping dogs busy and entertained with games that utilize their sense of smell. The tasks and games described here will entertain both the owner and their dog, will challenge and employ a dog's... more...

  • The Pack Conceptby Uli Köppel

    Cadmos Books 2009; US$ 21.99

    Using amazing new truths based in behavioral biology about dealing and communicating with dogs, Uli Köppel has developed a new form of training for pets and owners that centers on the species-appropriate concept of pack behavior. The author argues that in order to really work, dog training needs to be based on a responsible emotional relationship. With... more...

  • Your First Foalby Karin Kattwinkel

    Cadmos Books 2011; US$ 19.99

    For the private horse owner, a  comprehensive guide to breeding, feeding, and husbandry of a mare and foal   Many horse owners dream of having a foal from their own mare, but the pregnancy of the mare and the growth of the foal demand a high degree of care, patience, and knowledge. This practical manual for beginners provides all the necessary... more...

  • The Art of Classical Horsemanshipby Egon von Neindorff

    Cadmos Books 2009; US$ 49.99

    Egon von Neindorff dedicated his life to the knowledge and promotion of the classical art of riding. He never wanted to be a reformist but purely an interpreter. He truly understood the philosophy of classical riding and was therefore able to teach his numerous national and international students to develop their own style. The essence of classical... more...

  • Line Training for Dogsby Monika Gutmann

    Cadmos Books 2009; US$ 18.99

    Unless they?re on a lead, many dogs refuse to come back to their owners, and simply do as they please. Dogs like these commonly spend their lives on leads that are much too short, and are unable to enjoy the privilege of running free in meadows and fields because they haven?t learned to take notice of their owners and come back on call or whistle.... more...

  • Twisted Truths of Modern Dressageby Philippe Karl

    Cadmos Books 2008; US$ 43.99

    One of the most outspoken critics of the modern dressage world reveals some disturbing facts about the physical, anatomical, and mental effects through official dressage guidelines as issued by the German Horse Society (FN) on horses. By comparing these with philosophies of masters of classical riding such as La Gueriniere and Baucher, he shows possible... more...

  • Trust Instead of Dominanceby Marlitt Wendt

    Cadmos Books 2011; US$ 23.99

    The latest insights from behavioral science debunk the necessity of the dominance theory   Putting to rest the widely-held and incorrect belief that the rider always has to be "dominant" over the horse, this book presents the scientifically well-founded friendship concept as a horse-friendly alternative. It explains social structures among horses,... more...

  • Clicker Training for Clever Catsby Martina Braun

    Cadmos Books 2009; US$ 15.99

    There is a method of learning to which no mammal is impervious—not even cats. It is called "classical conditioning," and is used in a very specific way as part of clicker training. Every click results in something positive for the cat: a treat, a cuddle, a favorite game. Because cats are intelligent, they quickly understand what kind of behavior... more...

  • How Horses Feel and Thinkby Marlitt Wendt

    Cadmos Books 2011; US$ 23.99

    A fascinating journey into the equine emotional world   Offering a good basis for horse owners to learn to relate better to their horses, this book introduces readers to the language of horses, their astonishing mental capabilities, and their deepest emotions. There is background information and practical tools here for owners to develop a more... more...

  • Trick School for Dogsby Manuela Zaitz

    Cadmos Books 2009; US$ 19.99

    Keeping a pet lively and in shape doesn?t just have to involve run-of-the-mill dog games—here are fun and challenging tricks to keep a dog eager and interested. Numerous photos make the practical application of these exercises simple and encourage readers to try them at home. The main objective is for the human and the dog to enjoy themselves while... more...