Someone asked about a dog training book. Lots of people like Cesar Millan's book titled "Cesar's Way". I have an issue with the book. I purchased the book assuming it would go into great detail how to train your pupppy/dog. Cesar's book is basically an autobiography. Although Cesar's life is interesting, that isn't what I expected the book to be about. I was very disappointed. I like a book called "good Owners, Great Dogs" by Brian Kilcommons and Sarah Wilson. It is chocked full of pictures that demonstrate what the author is showing you what to do.. A lot of the pages also have tips in a column by the edge of the page. It warns you about reinforcing bad behaviors. This book is 10 times better than Cesar's book if you are looking for actual specific instructions how to train your puppy or dog. Anyway, just my opinion.