7 edition of The Latchkey Dog found in the catalog.
December 5, 2000
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
The latchkey dog: how the way you live shapes the behavior of the dog you love. [Jodi Andersen] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. Doggie Latchkey is available for all your pet sitting needs, seven days a week, including weekends and holidays. We are a family owned and operated business that takes great pride in being your pet’s in-home companion while you’re away. All of our pet sitting and dog walking services include working on basic commands and obedience.
“We want you to fall in love at first sight, with a dog you can live with,” said Andersen, author of a book on canine-human relationships, “The Latchkey Dog.”Author: Hiawatha Bray. The Latchkey Dog: How the Way You Live Shapes the Behavior of the Dog You Love by Jodi Andersen starting at $ The Latchkey Dog: How the Way You Live Shapes the Behavior of the Dog You Love has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
If the answer to even one of these questions is "yes," the odds are that you are living with a Latchkey Dog. With more men and women on career paths that require extended office hours leaving "nine to five" in the dust, the dog, which was for . The Loneliness of the Latchkey Dog: For Owners, Day Care Eases the Guilt.
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The Latchkey Dog offers a remarkably insightful and unprecedented view of the modern dog and owner. Using as examples the dogs and owners she's come to know through many years of canine training, Jodi Andersen gives extremely clear and manageable step-by-step instructions that will permit you to get your house back in order, while teaching your dog to be a useful, /5(21).
The Latchkey Dog Hardcover – January 1, by Mary Jane Auch (Author)4/5(1). The Latchkey Dog. Sebastian is a labrador - well, part of him is he is the much-loved pet and a very important member of the Linton family. He exudes affection, enthusiasm and a /5.
The Latchkey Dog book. Read 19 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Does your dog's schedule need more arranging than your own. Does t /5(19). With that in mind, Latchkey Dog seemed like a no-brainer to me!Sam has a dog named Amber who loves people so much that being left home alone is too much for the pup, who barks relentlessly when she¿s left alone.
Amber is left alone quite a bit now, because Sam¿s mother, who recently became a single parent 4/5(2). The Latchkey Dog book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Determined not to let his parents get rid of his dog, Amber, who ha /5. The Latchkey Dog (Firefly) Paperback – January 1, by Joan Dalgleish (Author)Author: Joan Dalgleish, Stephen Axelsen.
The Hardcover of the Latchkey Dog: How the Way You Live Shapes the Behavior of the Dog You Love by Jodi Andersen at Barnes & Noble/5(5). Books and Authors Top Teaching Blog Teacher's Tool Kit Student Activities The Teacher Store Book Clubs Book Fairs Scholastic Education Classroom Magazines The Latchkey Dog.
By Cat Bowman Smith, Mary Jane Auch. Grades. Problems develop when Sam's mother has to go to work and leaves their dog, Amber, alone all day. About the book: Determined not to let his parents get rid of his dog, Amber, who has no one to keep him company during the day, Sam, with the help of his friend, Jamie, tries to teach Amber to be a latchkey dog.4/5(14).
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Latchkey Dog: and I was sad to find that there wasn't a single dog in the book that resembled my dog enough for me to use the same feedback, but it was interesting to read.
There are a lot of stories about the different dogs the auther had worked with/5(21). The title doesn't really fit this tale of a boy and his dog, but it's a cute, marketable moniker for much ado about nothing. Amber is Sam's best friend, but with Sam's divorced mother newly employed outside the home, the dog is alone all day, disturbing the peace.
Sam's mother wants to give Amber away; Sam is full of alternative ideas. The Latchkey Dog by Jodi Andersen is an incredibly insightful and heartfelt read for any dog owner or dog trainer wanting to understand what motivates dogs Paws n Motion Professionally training dogs and expertly solving dog behavior problems in Minneapolis & the Greater Twin Cities Area.
Children's Book Review: The Latchkey Dog by Mary Jane Auch, Author, Cat Bowman Smith, Illustrator Little Brown and Company $ (p) ISBN If Sam doesn't come up with a plan. The Latchkey Dog. Now that Sam's mother has a job and no one is home to keep their golden retriever company during the day, it looks as though Sam will have to give up his dog, Amber.
With a hand from his friend Jamie, the son of a psychologist, Sam tries everything to help Amber adapt to being a latchkey dog, from keeping the TV and radios.
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Get this from a library. The latchkey dog. [Mary Jane Auch; Cat Bowman Smith] -- Problems develop when Sam's mother has to go to work and leaves their dog Amber alone all day.
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