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The latest, third, book of a three-part series by Carol Price, author of the best-selling Collie Psychology.
Border Collies have long been considered the most intelligent dogs on earth, but also one of the most mentally complex. Owners may be presented with many behavioural issues ranging from obsessive patterns of activity to a host of different anxieties, phobias or neuroses linked to a higher-octane canine brain.
What makes one Collie so different to another in terms of the way he thinks or behaves? Is his behaviour affected by his home environment, earliest rearing, lifestyle, owners, or is it hard-wired into his own, individual genes?
In this final book of the acclaimed Breed Apart trilogy – which follows on from Secrets of the Working Mind, and Essential Life Skills and Learning – the focus is on Collie behaviour; what drives it in your own particular dog – and why. Author Carol Price, a world recognised authority on the breed, believes that it is a more autistic type of canine mind that lies at the heart of everything a Collie does. An understanding of the autistic traits your own dog might have – from higher sensory sensitivity and OCD type behaviours to lower social ability and a greater need for sameness and control – will allow you to stop a potential problem escalating, or even prevent it occurring at all. Fear, aggression and anxiety-related issues in Collies, and their possible solutions, as well as the extent to which any dog’s behaviour may be driven by sub-conscious, rather than conscious, thinking, are all covered in extensive depth in this book. So are the reasons why your dog might be less responsive to training, or fail to cope when left alone.
“Carol willingly shares her vast knowledge of Border Collie behavior and psychology and is well respected worldwide for her insights into what makes Border Collies tick.” Cindy Eaton-Eklund, Editor Borderlines, Border Collie Society of America
Carol Price is a canine behaviourist, trainer, journalist and author and world respected authority on Border Collies, having owned, trained, bred and worked with them for a large part of her life. She is also the official ambassador for The Border Collie Trust GB, the biggest Collie welfare/rescue organisation in the UK,behaviour correspondent for Borderlines, the magazine of the Border Collie Society of America and author of three previous books on the breed, including her last best-seller, Collie Psychology. Prior to focusing more exclusively on dogs, and their psychology and behaviour, Carol was a feature writer and commissioning editor on The Sunday Times and wrote for many other national newspapers, and magazines, in the UK. She has also been a regular contributor on dog and animal related subjects for The Times and an advisor/feature writer for both of the UK’s top selling dog magazines, Dogs Today and Your Dog. Carol has three Border Collies of her own.