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Shannon Riley-Coyner’s “The Evolution of Dog Training” Tops Amazon’s Bestseller Charts in 16 Categories

The Evolution of Dog Training: From Chain Chokes to Clickers, Uncovering the Secrets to Having a Well-Behaved Dog by Shannon Riley-Coyner topped the Amazon charts with 16 accomplishments, including seven #1 bestseller designations .

The evolution of dog training listed in seven #1 best-selling designations in dog care and health, dog training, medicine and psychology, animal husbandry, dogs and wolves, and animal and comparative psychology. The Evolution of Dog Training was also a hot new No. 1 release in six categories in the US, including Dog Care & Health, Dog Training, Medicine & Psychology, Husbandry & Animal Psychology. and compared.

The book also ranked in the top 100 for veterinary medicine in the UK and #16 for small animal medicine in Canada.

Shannon Riley Coyner is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Licensed Veterinary Technician and Certified Training Partner of Karen Pryor Academy. She regularly speaks to an international audience and offers free training for dog owners as well as CEU credits for trainers.

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Shannon Coyner-Riley was featured on Daytime with host Maggie Rodriguez discussing how to be truly strengthless while training your best dog friend. Go to to get 50% off Shannon’s Truly Force Free Good Manners course.

Shannon Riley-Coyner, creator of Truly Force Free Animal Training and best-selling author of “The Evolution of Dog Training,” talks to Bloom host Gayle Guyardo about training dogs that really can do without force. For more information on Shannon’s newest course, “Truly Force Free Good Manners”, visit to receive the SPECIAL 50% BLOOM OFFER on Shannon’s No Strength Manners class.

Listen to Back Yard Pet Talk Podcast to learn about positive reinforcement, pet training, and behavior, all from a compassionate, science-based approach.

Shannon Riley-Coyner offers several free training programs on her website. Every month, she hosts a Facebook Live Ask The Animal Trainer.

An internationally sought-after speaker, Shannon has been a lifelong animal lover and animal trainer for over 20 years. She has spent her life observing, caring for and training animals of all kinds. She spoke at Pet Professional Guilds Geek Week Australia in 2021, worked in the bird department of Marine World Africa USA and worked as a handler and trainer for an African Serval cat at Safari West, a private zoo in Santa Rose, California. She has been involved in behavioral studies including sightings of bald eagles and addax antelopes throughout the San Francisco Zoo and Safari West.

His education includes a degree in biology, specializing in zoology from Sonoma State. She is a Licensed Veterinary Technician, Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Certified Training Partner of Karen Pryor Academy, Fellow of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers, and Fellow of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants.

Shannon created Truly Force Free Animal Training in 2015 so anyone, anywhere can have access to force-free positive reinforcement animal training. In 2018 Shannon published “The Evolution of Dog Training” available in audio, print and eBook.

Shannon’s dog training philosophy revolves around positive reinforcement without force, however, her ultimate goal is to build healthy, happy relationships between pets and their people. Diet, exercise, environment, and training all play an important role in achieving this goal.

Shannon spent many years as the head dog trainer for PAWS for Healing, a pet-assisted therapy organization. She conducted temperament tests and helped train therapy dogs that visited hospitals, veterans groups, special education facilities and convalescent homes. She is a firm believer in the benefits of developing the human-animal bond and can help mentor pets and their human companions to develop this connection.

Shannon is a past president of the Society of Veterinary Behavior Technicians.

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