The latest edition to Toni Shelbourne and Karen Bush’s “Help!” series follows their excellent format of providing a great deal of useful information that can easily be put into practice. “Help! My Dog Doesn’t Travel Well in the Car” explains why some dogs find travelling hard to cope with, and offers solutions to a wide range of travel-related issues. Whether you’re looking for ways to help your dog enter the car and be comfortable during journeys, or you’re dealing with issues such as fear and reactivity, this book is an invaluable guide.
The authors explore which calming aids can be used, which holistic remedies can help, and include illustrated instructions for how to use acupressure and Tellington TTouch. The focus on observing and reading your dog will be useful for assessing stress levels in any situation. I highly recommend this book.
Principal of The International School for Canine Psychology & Behaviour
Founder of The Dog Welfare Alliance
Chair of The Association of INTO Dogs