This book addresses all major puppy behavior concerns including house training, nipping, chewing and crate training using a unique five step plan
Puppyhood only comes around once. What you do during your puppy’s first 4 months of life will have a lasting and sometimes unchangeable impact on your dog’s adult behavior. Raising A Behaviorally Healthy Puppy gives you the critical knowledge you need to make the most out of these formative months. If you don’t know and use the critical information in this book your puppy is missing out!
Raising a Behaviorally Healthy Puppy: A Pet Parenting Guide
Inside this award winning book you’ll find our step by step plans to manage normal puppy behaviors and give your puppy the mind-set he needs to enjoy learning from you. Why should you buy this puppy training book instead of another one? Because you want the best for your puppy and this book provides it. The author practiced used proven techniques to raise their puppy Coral – the cover star – to be the great dog she is, and never once said NO when it came to housetraining. Inside, in an easy to read format you’ll learn:
- How to evaluate your puppy’s behavioral health
- What “socialization” really means and how to best socialize your puppy
- How to meet your puppy’s behavioral needs
- How to keep your puppy safe and help your resident pets accept her
- Alternatives to “discipline” and saying “NO” over and over
- What’s important and what’s not when it comes to “dominance”
- A step by step guide to crate training
- And much much more
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“…My tail’s wagging over this book!” Dr. Marty Becker, Veterinary contributor of ABC TV’s Good Morning America, coauthor of Chicken Soup for the Dog Lover’s Soul
“..I highly recommend this excellent book!...” R.K.Anderson, DVM, MPH, DACVPM, DACVB Director, Center to Study Human Animal Relationships and Environments, University of Minnesota; co inventor of the Gentle Leader
By Suzanne Hetts, PhD, CAAB and Daniel Q. Estep, PhD, CAAB
101 pages, paperback
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