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THE DOG TRAINER'S RESOURCE 2

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When the first volume of The Dog Trainer’s Resource was published in 2007, it became a resounding success among professional dog trainers and behaviorists. This new volume, The Dog Trainer’s Resource 2, contains more cutting edge information written for dog trainers collected from dog training’s most influential magazine, The APDT Chronicle of the Dog.
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THE DOG TRAINER'S RESOURCE 2

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When the first volume of The Dog Trainerâs Resource was published in 2007, it became a resounding success among professional dog trainers and behaviorists. This new volume, The Dog Trainerâs Resource 2, contains more cutting edge information written for dog trainers collected from dog trainingâs most influential magazine, The APDT Chronicle of the Dog.
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THE DOG TRAINER'S RESOURCE 2

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When the first volume of The Dog Trainer’s Resource was published in 2007, it became a resounding success among professional dog trainers and behaviorists. This new volume, The Dog Trainer’s Resource 2, contains more cutting edge information written for dog trainers collected from dog training’s most influential magazine, The APDT Chronicle of the Dog.
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THE DOG TRAINER'S RESOURCE 2

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When the first volume of The Dog Trainerâs Resource was published in 2007, it became a resounding success among professional dog trainers and behaviorists. This new volume, The Dog Trainerâs Resource 2, contains more cutting edge information written for dog trainers collected from dog trainingâs most influential magazine, The APDT Chronicle of the Dog.
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My Rescue Dog Rescued Me

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“An absolute must-read for anyone who’s known the incomparable love of a rescue dog, or would like to” (Yours magazine). Meet the inspirational dogs who went from being rescued to becoming rescuers in these incredible true stories: Toby, the golden retriever who performed the Heimlich maneuver to save his owner’s life Liam, the Lhasa apso-poodle mix who helped his owner battle an eating disorder Hercules, the St. Bernard who saved his owners from burglars on the first day he moved in. Alfie, the terrier who gave a bullied girl a new lease of life As well as many other canine heroes who came to their owner’s aid—whether it was saving them from physical threats, or helping them to recover from mental illness, PTSD, and bereavement. Let these uplifting stories warm your heart, and show you that adopted dogs truly are man’s best friend.
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My Rescue Dog Rescued Me

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“An absolute must-read for anyone who’s known the incomparable love of a rescue dog, or would like to” (Yours magazine). Meet the inspirational dogs who went from being rescued to becoming rescuers in these incredible true stories: Toby, the golden retriever who performed the Heimlich maneuver to save his owner’s life Liam, the Lhasa apso-poodle mix who helped his owner battle an eating disorder Hercules, the St. Bernard who saved his owners from burglars on the first day he moved in. Alfie, the terrier who gave a bullied girl a new lease of life As well as many other canine heroes who came to their owner’s aid—whether it was saving them from physical threats, or helping them to recover from mental illness, PTSD, and bereavement. Let these uplifting stories warm your heart, and show you that adopted dogs truly are man’s best friend.
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The Magazine Century

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The twentieth century was the magazine century in many ways. Between 1900 and 2000, the number of magazines grew from about 3,000 to 17,815 – a 593 percent increase, which exceeded population growth by 95 percent. The typical American read less than half a magazine per month in 1920, but by 2000 that figure had tripled. This book examines how and why magazines grew so rapidly. Structured chronologically by decade, it tells the stories of innovative publishers, editors, and magazines, and how and why they succeeded. Illuminating how the move from general interest to niche audiences originated early in the century – not after the rise of television – the book also shows how the growth of advertising enabled the cost of magazines to steadily decline. However, declining costs and expanding audiences brought a steady erosion in the intellectual content of magazines, illustrated by the rise in sex and celebrity titles during the 1970s and later. The book concludes with an assessment of the decade since 2000, and offers an optimistic outlook for the future of magazines.
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The Magazine Century

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The twentieth century was the magazine century in many ways. Between 1900 and 2000, the number of magazines grew from about 3,000 to 17,815 â a 593 percent increase, which exceeded population growth by 95 percent. The typical American read less than half a magazine per month in 1920, but by 2000 that figure had tripled. This book examines how and why magazines grew so rapidly. Structured chronologically by decade, it tells the stories of innovative publishers, editors, and magazines, and how and why they succeeded. Illuminating how the move from general interest to niche audiences originated early in the century â not after the rise of television â the book also shows how the growth of advertising enabled the cost of magazines to steadily decline. However, declining costs and expanding audiences brought a steady erosion in the intellectual content of magazines, illustrated by the rise in sex and celebrity titles during the 1970s and later. The book concludes with an assessment of the decade since 2000, and offers an optimistic outlook for the future of magazines.
Category: SOCIAL SCIENCE. ISBN:

The Magazine Century

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The twentieth century was the magazine century in many ways. Between 1900 and 2000, the number of magazines grew from about 3,000 to 17,815 – a 593 percent increase, which exceeded population growth by 95 percent. The typical American read less than half a magazine per month in 1920, but by 2000 that figure had tripled. This book examines how and why magazines grew so rapidly. Structured chronologically by decade, it tells the stories of innovative publishers, editors, and magazines, and how and why they succeeded. Illuminating how the move from general interest to niche audiences originated early in the century – not after the rise of television – the book also shows how the growth of advertising enabled the cost of magazines to steadily decline. However, declining costs and expanding audiences brought a steady erosion in the intellectual content of magazines, illustrated by the rise in sex and celebrity titles during the 1970s and later. The book concludes with an assessment of the decade since 2000, and offers an optimistic outlook for the future of magazines.
Category: SOCIAL SCIENCE. ISBN:

The Magazine Century

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The twentieth century was the magazine century in many ways. Between 1900 and 2000, the number of magazines grew from about 3,000 to 17,815 â a 593 percent increase, which exceeded population growth by 95 percent. The typical American read less than half a magazine per month in 1920, but by 2000 that figure had tripled. This book examines how and why magazines grew so rapidly. Structured chronologically by decade, it tells the stories of innovative publishers, editors, and magazines, and how and why they succeeded. Illuminating how the move from general interest to niche audiences originated early in the century â not after the rise of television â the book also shows how the growth of advertising enabled the cost of magazines to steadily decline. However, declining costs and expanding audiences brought a steady erosion in the intellectual content of magazines, illustrated by the rise in sex and celebrity titles during the 1970s and later. The book concludes with an assessment of the decade since 2000, and offers an optimistic outlook for the future of magazines.
Category: SOCIAL SCIENCE. ISBN:
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