The German Shepherd Dog: A Comprehensive Guide to Buying, Owning, and Training

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Willow Creek Press, 2002 - Pets - 111 pages
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With the plethora of dog training books on the market, how do you choose which is right for you and your new puppy? We've tried to address this issue by offering a new series of training books designed to be clear, concise and reliable in our training message. The Breed Basics series includes The Golden Retriever, The Labrador Retriever, The Jack Russell Terrier, and The German Shepherd.

Each author's expertise on dog training is easy to access in these books as they discuss the specific breed's personality, characteristics and history. Readers get seasoned advice on selecting a litter and puppy, early obedience training and socialization, land and water retriever training, training for tricks, grooming, and preventative care. The books also detail ailments common to dogs, and those of special concern for the breed. The informative and accessible text is illustrated in each book with plenty of color photos to help you effectively train your dog.

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About the author (2002)

Katrina Stevens is an obedience instructor, a show judge, and a German shepherd breeder who is particularly interested in the health and genetic aspects of the German shephered breed.

Broadstock establised an Arad kennel more than 20 years ago, and has an international reputation as a terrier expert. Alan is a Championship show judge.

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