Puppies For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 7, 2012 - Pets - 384 pages
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Everything you need to train a puppy

Bringing home a puppy? This fun, friendly guide to puppies prepares you for this tough but terrific time. From the basics of puppy training—housebreaking, feeding, crating—to the latest on doggie day care, traveling with a puppy, and the new designer breeds, you'll get everything you need to help your puppy grow up to be a healthy, playful, well-mannered dog.

In this new edition, noted authority Sarah Hodgson offers trusted information on caring for a new puppy, including the newest dog training tools and gadgets, the best treats and dog food suppliers, and new insight into positive reinforcement training.

  • Everything you need to start out right from day one
  • Trusted and proven advice from an authority
  • The latest information on positive reinforcement training
  • Includes a completely new 8-page color insert

If you're one of the lucky people getting ready to bring home a canine kid, this fun, informative guide gives you everything you need to smoothly integrate a puppy into your life and home.


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User Review  - xicanti - LibraryThing

This is a great resource for anyone looking to get a puppy. The information helped me out both before and after I'd found my dog. I've recommended it to several friends on dog searches of their own, and they've also found it very useful. Read full review

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Love this book... Ive learned a lot . I would recommend this book.. Read full review

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Sarah Hodgson has been New York's and Connecticut's favorite dog trainer for over 25 years and is a prolific author, columnist, media personality, and inventor. Her trademark upbeat, proven, and positive training techniques teach owners how to help their puppies become well-behaved familycompanions. Visit Sarah at WhenDogsTalk.com.

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