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The Dog

Author : Tamsin Pickeral
ISBN : 1858944201
Genre : Art
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"Written by a specialist in both art and animal husbandry, the book begins with the earliest known representations of the dog, including sculptures and paintings of dramatic vitality. It goes on to examine the various roles the dog has played in both art and society, including its depiction as a symbol of fidelity and romantic love; as a prized possession, vaunting its owner's power and wealth; as a treasured and loyal pet; as a mythological being, mysteriously travelling between the lands of the living and the dead; as a religious image of purity, or dissolution; and as an indispensable working and hunting companion." "The book concludes with an examination of the ways in which modern artists have interpreted the image of the dog, and reaffirms the profound and unbreakable bond between humans and these complex creatures, which ensures that the dog will continue to exert a powerful fascination for artists as they strive to capture the soulful and beguiling character of man's best friend."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Art

Dogs In Art

Author : Susie Green
ISBN : 178914129X
Genre : Art
File Size : 51.27 MB
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Category: Art

Dogs In Australian Art

Author : Steven Miller
ISBN : 9781743050170
Genre : Art, Australian
File Size : 85.10 MB
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This book looks at Australian art through the lens of dog painting, showcasing over 150 works that illustrate the deep bond between Australians and their best friends. Miller's whimsical text argues that all the major shifts which occurred in Australia art really occurred because of dogs.
Category: Art, Australian

Dog In Art

Author : Robert Rosenblum
ISBN : UOM:39015014054269
Genre : Art
File Size : 30.90 MB
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The dog, as viewed in paintings, watercolors, drawings, photographs, architecture, and sculpture, with comments by an art historian
Category: Art

Best In Show

Author : Edgar Peters Bowron
ISBN : 0890901430
Genre : Art
File Size : 48.96 MB
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Category: Art

Dog Art History

Author : Cassidy Antonia
ISBN : 9798667080626
Genre :
File Size : 43.14 MB
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Dog Art History summarizes the major art movements and features thirty dog illustrations that recreate famous works of art with dogs in the images instead of people. Each illustration is paired with the original artwork, an artist quote, an image of the original artist, as well as a description of the work itself. If you love dogs, you'll love this light hearted book that will teach you key art history takeaways.

Dog Painting

Author : William Secord
ISBN : UOM:39015080858809
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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A visual feast of outstanding paintings by British and American artists.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Don T Shoot The Dog

Author : Karen Pryor
ISBN : 9781982106461
Genre : Psychology
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Karen Pryor’s clear and entertaining explanation of behavioral training methods made Don’t Shoot the Dog a bestselling classic with revolutionary insights into animal—and human—behavior. In her groundbreaking approach to improving behavior, behavioral biologist Karen Pryor says, “Whatever the task, whether keeping a four-year-old quiet in public, housebreaking a puppy, coaching a team, or memorizing a poem, it will go fast, and better, and be more fun, if you know how to use reinforcement.” Now Pryor clearly explains the underlying principles of behavioral training and reveals how this art can be applied to virtually any common situation. And best of all, she tells how to do it without yelling threats, force, punishment, guilt trips—or shooting the dog. From the eight methods for putting an end to all kinds of undesirable behavior to the ten laws of “shaping” behavior, Pryor helps you combat your own addictions and deal with such difficult problems as a moody spouse, an impossible teen, or an aged parent. Plus, there’s also incredibly helpful information on house training the dog, improving your tennis game, keeping the cat off the table, and much more! “In the course of becoming a renowned dolphin trainer, Karen Pryor learned that positive reinforcement…is even more potent that prior scientific work had suggested…Don’t Shoot the Dog looks like the very best on the subject—a full-scale mind-changer” (The Coevolution Quarterly). Learn why pet owners rave, “This book changed our lives!” and how these pioneering techniques can work for you, too.
Category: Psychology

Art Of Dog Photography

Author : Kimberly Hartz
ISBN : 1682034380
Genre : Pets
File Size : 67.30 MB
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It takes a lot of know-how and the right gear to create a perfect dog portraits. In this book, award-winning pet photographer and photo-educator Kimberly Hartz teaches you the essential strategies you need to work with dogs, including how to effectively pose single and multiple subjects, elicit great expressions, select the best props and backdrops, and most importantly, use artificial light in the studio and on location to bring out the texture and detail of the subject's unique fur. You will learn how to photograph canines of all shapes, sizes, and ages in the studio, outdoors, and in your clients' home. With the detailed techniques Hartz describes in this book, plus easy-to-use lighting diagrams and artistic concepts, you'll learn all the "tricks" you need to easily create personality filled portraits that set your pup portraits apart from the competition, inspire repeat sales and client referrals, and boost your bottom line.
Category: Pets

The Art Of The Last Of Us

Author : Naughty Dog Studios
ISBN : 9781616551643
Genre : Art
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Shows the evolution of the art of the video game "The Last of Us," including concept art and commentary from the creators.
Category: Art

The Art Of Training Your Dog How To Gently Teach Good Behavior Using An E Collar

Author : Monks of New Skete
ISBN : 9781682685037
Genre : Pets
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A brand-new training regimen—off-leash in 30 days!—from the pack who brought you The Art of Raising a Puppy. The Monks of New Skete, longtime breeders of German shepherds and established dog trainers of all breeds, have developed a new training technique. A decade in the making, this program represents a leap into the future, using cutting-edge technology and a game-changing tool: the remote electronic collar. The Art of Training Your Dog presents their compassionate and efficient system for the first time, with background and advice on choosing the right collar. Employing a method designed by trainer Marc Goldberg, readers integrate the e-collar gradually, laying the foundation for good behavior with intentional and purposeful walks. Using very low stimulation at just the right time focuses a dog’s attention for effortless learning moments that tie into a dog’s natural pack instincts and help strengthen the bond between dog and human. In no time, readers will see their pups master commands like “sit,” “stay,” and “place”; stop troublesome behaviors; and run safely off-leash with consistent recall.
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You Can Train Your Dog Mastering The Art Science Of Modern Dog Training

Author : Pamela Dennison
ISBN : 9780996665513
Genre : Pets
File Size : 55.69 MB
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What do science and art have to do with dog training? The science teaches you the nuances of how dogs learn. The art helps you to be more clear and inventive if your dog doesn’t quite understand what you want. You will learn about breaking down behaviors using a positive, proactive approach which is a big part of the modern process of dog training.

Step by step instructions will help make what may seem insurmountable into something much simpler. This book will take you through it all:

• A look at the science behind modern training techniques and why they really work.
• Expert advice on basic training – sit, down, stay, come, door etiquette and loose leash walking.
• Addressing jumping, biting, stealing and other misbehaviors.
• Helping your dog become a Canine Good Citizen.

Life mirrors dog training. The effort you put in now will yield you many rewards, both immediately and for years to come.

What experts are saying about You Can Train Your Dog!:
Pam Dennison has done it again! She has written a fabulous book about training dogs that will benefit both the pet owner and novice or professional instructor. This in-depth volume bears Pam’s signature stamp of breaking tasks into small steps that make learning effective and fun for dog and human alike. When I think of Pam, I think of someone who really “gets” dogs and who stands out in her ability to teach using practical, simple, realistic, and effective dog-friendly methods. This wonderful book is chock full of easy to follow approaches that work with family dogs, working dogs, high-performance dogs, and dogs with problems. It is precisely because of its practicality and comprehensiveness that I plan to use this book in my Animal-Assisted Play Therapy training program. This is an absolute must-read for everyone who trains their own or others’ dogs!
Risë VanFleet, PhD, RPT-S, CDBC Founder, The Playful Pooch Program, Author of the award-winning Play Therapy with Kids & Dogs and The Human Half of Dog Training: Collaborating with Clients to Get Results

Wow! This book has it all. From basics and animal husbandry through to Premack and control games. If we had more well planned books like this in our stores there would be less problem dogs on our streets! Pamela does a great job of deciphering the science behind dog training in this user friendly guide to having a great dog!
Nando Brown, IMDT, CAP2, FSG1, FFITT

I love how Pam makes the science and art of training a dog understandable for all caregivers. By using this book you will not only understand how your dog learns, but teach him step by step many important behaviours; from preparing him for vet visits to teaching him to walking on a loose lead. You can enhance the relationship you have with your dog and the relationship he has with you by reading this excellent book.
Chirag Patel, PG Cert (CAB), BSc(Hons), CPBC, DipCABT Animal Behaviour & Training Consultant
Category: Pets

How To Age Proof Your Dog

Author : Elizabeth U. Murphy
ISBN : 9781442247178
Genre : Pets
File Size : 39.9 MB
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People love their dogs and want to keep them around, and healthy, for as long as possible. This book takes a look not just at what you can do for an older dog to make “old age” better, but also at how to prevent some of the common issues associated with aging.
Category: Pets

Art Dog

Author : Thacher Hurd
ISBN : 9780064434898
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 44.10 MB
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Oh, no! Someone has stolen the Mona Woofa from the Dogopolis Museum of Art and the police don't even realize that they are barking up the wrong tree when they collar their number one suspect. So it's up to Art Dog, the mysterious, masked painter who roams the streets of Dogopolis, to find the missing masterpiece. Zip! Splash! Smoosh! He paints himself a Brushmobile, and he's off––on a wild and funny chase to capture the dastardly crooks. With the same deft touches of high-spirited fun and adventure that have made Mystery on the Docks and Mama Don't Allow (both Reading Rainbow Featured Selections) such perennially popular stories, Thacher Hurd serves up a new action-packed tale that will delight young readers. 1996 ‘Pick of the Lists' (ABA) Children's Choices for 1997 (IRA/CBC) 1998 Red Clover Book Award (VT)
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Art Of Handling Show Dogs

Author : Frank Sabella
ISBN : 1617811513
Genre : Pets
File Size : 63.11 MB
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Teaching the novice handler what is required of him or her and passing along some very professional advice to the more experienced exhibitor is exactly what The Art of Handling Show Dogs is all about. The book is unique. It takes the reader through both word and picture every step of the way toward competent dog handling. It is a book that will be referred to time and again and will undoubtedly become more and more meaningful and inspirational as the reader progresses toward proficiency. The Art of Handling Show Dogs is of value to everyone involved in the sport of purebred dogs in that it gives every reader a far deeper understanding of what transpires between “man and dog” while they train for the ring and while they are in actual competition. Showing a dog properly is indeed an “art” and this book prepares the reader to both perform and appreciate its execution.
Category: Pets

The Dog Encyclopedia

Author : DK
ISBN : 9781465421166
Genre : Pets
File Size : 79.23 MB
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Covering the history, breeds, care, health, and positive training of dogs-all in one easy reference-The Dog Encyclopedia is a fully illustrated encyclopedia of all things canine. With an extensive photographic catalog of more than 400 dog breeds, organized by to FCI groupings, each profile describes the breed's uses and character, lists compatible owner traits, and shares fascinating facts about the breed's origins. Dog owners, breeders, and fans will also learn about canine anatomy and body systems; instinct and behavior; how dogs interact with humans; and the essentials of good care. The Dog Encyclopedia gives expert advice on equipment, handling, exercise, play, feeding, grooming, and breeding. Basic dog training is also covered, and an invaluable section on health will enable you to identify problems quickly and know exactly what to do in an emergency.
Category: Pets

The Art Of Naughty Dog

Author : Naughty Dog Studios
ISBN : 9781616554774
Genre : Games & Activities
File Size : 77.60 MB
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"Crash Bandicoot. Jak and Daxter. Uncharted. The Last of Us. One studio has been responsible for the most iconic video game experiences of this generation. Now, Dark Horse Books invites you on a thirty-year retrospective tour, observing Naughty Dog's ascension to its place as one of the most influential production studios in the world!"--Publisher's website.
Category: Games & Activities

A Dog S Guide To Art

Author : Joy Fitzsimmons
ISBN : 1911622536
Genre : Design
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A light-hearted look at art through canine eyes. Join dachshunds Ned and Henry for an energetic romp through the world of art, encountering famous paintings and sculptures from a four-legged perspective. Watch them lead their gang of hounds – including schnauzers, jack russells, greyhounds, border terriers and labradors – on an eventful trip through the gallery, taking in modernist masterpieces and much-loved Old Masters. On their way they encounter Whistler’s Mother, Picasso’s The Dream, Matisse’s The Fall of Icarus, Magritte’s Lab and a Dachshund Pollock – all culminating in a doggy version of Campbell’s Soup, Warhol’s Squirrel Soup for dogs! Illustrator Joy FitzSimmons shows us beloved works of art playfully re-imagined by man’s best friend. From Rousseau to Riley, Hokusai to Hockney, this canine homage takes us across the globe from Tate to the Prado to MoMA, to the British Museum and beyond.
Category: Design

The Dog S Book Of Verse

Author : J.E. Clauson
ISBN : 9785871084809
Genre : History
File Size : 59.21 MB
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Category: History