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The Art of Wag : Awaken the Dog Inside (Caution : Do These At Your Own Risk)

By Smarandache, Florentin

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Title: The Art of Wag : Awaken the Dog Inside (Caution : Do These At Your Own Risk)  
Author: Smarandache, Florentin
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Dog Training
Collections: Sociology, Authors Community, Fine Arts, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Education
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Publisher: World Public Library
Member Page: Florentin Smarandache


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Smarandache, B. F., & Christianto, V. (2013). The Art of Wag : Awaken the Dog Inside (Caution : Do These At Your Own Risk). Retrieved from

“The Art of Wag” is a unique booklet comprised of advices and possible tips you can use on how to make the best out of your pet/dog in workplace and other situations. Some of these gems come from our own experience, and some come from watching these practices surrounding us. As our last advice before you jump through this book, (a) do these advices at your own risks; (b) managing the dog outside is much easier than managing ‘the dog’ inside yourself; (c) don’t take your dog to workplace/office if you are not confident enough that your dog is always at your side.

• If you’re not the lead dog … the view never changes. • All is really possible, especially with a big Doberman. • In a meeting, it’s easier to argue your point with a big Doberman besides you. • It’s more effective to convince people with persuasion and a big dog, rather than with persuasion alone. • There are two types of dog-approach in office: (a) first bring a small and funny dog, like Chihuahua or Dalmatian, (b) then bring a big Doberman. • It’s possible to bring your Doberman when asking for a raise.

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Preface 4 The Art of Wag 8 Call for Contributions 16


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