“Succesful training is teamwork!”
Why did I read this book?
Because Simone Mueller captivated me with her “Hunting Together” book last year, and I still have not recovered from it.
What does this book do?
Recall. Rocket recall. That is not an understatement. The book starts off with a short recap of what a recall is, and why it’s an eternal pain for many pet parents. And I get it. Oh my. But if you feel the struggle, do not despair, because this book is here for you. It’s divided into 4 parts which makes it really easy to follow. First, you’ll get a solid list of stuff needed to prepare (spoiler: it’s not much, it’s not expensive, and you probably already have most of it) to make sure you’re comfortable before you’re presented with the foundation part of your new, shiny Rocket Recall in part two.
The last two parts are recall game protocols. Part 3 is foundation games, while part 4 is go-pro games for more advanced training. All protocols are simple, easy to follow, and most importantly, they are fun. As a super neat bonus, The book comes with a complete set of logging sheets to help you get going. You can either copy them from the book or download them via the provided link at the back of the book. In short, this book is everything you need if you struggle with recall. If you don’t struggle with recall, it’s still worth a peek though, because the recall games are really good fun. I am familiar with most of them and Akira will testify to them being so very entertaining.
What does this book not do?
Well, anything but recall. You get what is advertised, and I do believe that is enough. It also doesn’t put you through a straining reading exercise, as the book in total is less than 100 pages. So you’re easily just a daily commute away from your new, shiny Rocket Recall!
Where do I get this book?
Amazon, or any other book store will be able to assist you.