Animal Welfare Executive Authors a New Children's Book

A Unique Children's Book Perfectly Combines Delight with Wisdom
By: Protect Them All
WARRENTON, Ore. - Aug. 4, 2020 - PRLog -- The executive director of the animal welfare & humane education charity, Protect Them All (PTA) and its special program The Fearful Dogs Project (TFDP), has authored an innovative new children's book.  The Dog Who Couldn't Be Petted, written by Rain Jordan and illustrated by Elizabeth Anderson, represents a unique, kid-friendly approach for introducing the idea of anti-aversive lifestyles to families with pet dogs.

"Beautifully illustrated and inspirational to kids and parents alike," says publisher Dog's Heart Press, "The Dog Who Couldn't Be Petted is the story of a little boy who learns how to help his scared dog feel safe. Pet adopters and owners, shelters and rescues, trainers, pet service providers--everyone benefits from the story of The Dog Who Couldn't Be Petted."

The author explains that "lasting bonds are built on a foundation of tenderness and trust not only between humans, but also between humans and their companion animals. Building on this foundation helps keep pets and humans safe and happy together."

The Dog Who Couldn't Be Petted is written for ages 5 to 8, though parents have also reported their 3 and 4 year olds as big fans of the book.

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About Rain Jordan:
In addition to directing Protect Them All and its programs, Ms. Jordan owns the dog behavior and training business Expert Canine LLC, which helps dogs and their humans worldwide. A certified canine behavior consultant and fearful dog expert, Jordan also developed and teaches education and training programs for professionals and laypeople for The Fearful Dogs Project. For adults interested in companion animal welfare, Jordan also authored Such Small Hands: An Anti-Aversives Primer earlier this year.

About Protect Them All
Protect Them All is a 501(c)3 charity guided by goals of safety and well-being. Its charge, to "help the greatest animal lovers on Earth become the greatest animal protectors on Earth, because true love equals kindness plus responsibility," sets the undertone for all of its programs.  Per its website, each of Protect Them All's projects is one star in a constellation of humane, anti-aversives education, training, and emotional/behavioral literacy programs for companion animals and their humans.

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