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Please Don't Bite the Baby (and Please Don't Chase the Dogs), chronicles certified professional dog trainer Lisa Edwards’ endearing and entertaining journey to ensure that her household survives and thrives when she introduces her son to her motley pack of animals. As Lisa knows all too well, the dog/child relationship is simultaneously treasured, misunderstood, and sometimes feared. In a twist, Lisa's dog training techniques inevitably seep into how she navigates her first year with baby to mixed but enlightening results.
Lisa includes her best training techniques for the everyday pet owner itemized at the end of each chapter. This book is important for parents, grandparents, and caregivers who have dogs and young children together and want to ensure safety for all.
Lisa J Edwards, CPDT-KA, CDBC, international-bestselling author of A Dog Named Boo, is a nationally certified: professional dog trainer, dog behavior consultant, Pet Partners evaluator/instructor, and an AKC Canine good citizen evaluator.
Her book A Dog Named Boo made the London Times bestseller list and earned many rave reviews. She has been dog training professionally and doing animal-assisted therapy with her dogs since 1999. Her teaching and consulting business, Three Dogs Training, provides her clients with a wealth of knowledge and guidance for issues ranging from puppies to troubled dogs.
Lisa is the lead trainer and behavior consultant for the Animal Rescue Foundation-Beacon and the Danbury Animal Welfare Society. She has trained hundreds of therapy dogs, service dogs for veterans and individuals with PTSD, gives lectures on Dog/Child safety, and runs webinars for Pet Partners.
She lives in New York State with her husband, son, dog, and cat.