Puppy primer

  • Filename: puppy-primer.
  • ISBN: CORNELL:31924102013608
  • Release Date: 2005-01-01
  • Number of pages: 66
  • Author: Brenda K. Scidmore
  • Publisher: Dogwise Pub

Dr. McConnell added new information about the benefits of positive reinforcement AND the importance of realistic expectations. For instance, "sit" while waiting for the food bowl is NOT equivalent to "sit" when company comes to the door! While it's almost twice the size of the original, the book is still easy to read, user-friendly and priced right for trainers and dog owners. It's the perfect guide for positive-based training classes or for new dog owners flying solo!

Try Tracking the Puppy Tracking Primer

  • Filename: try-tracking-the-puppy-tracking-primer.
  • ISBN: 9781617810152
  • Release Date: 2005-06-01
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: Carolyn Krause
  • Publisher: Dogwise Publishing

Tracking is something that comes naturally to each and every dog, no matter what age, what breed or what size. Teaching your dog to track is the perfect to way to spend time together, build your relationship, and challenge both of you mentally and physically. You can teach very young puppies to track even before they can start formal obedience training, and these positive methods work with adult dogs, too. Tracking is fun both you and your dog when you use these positive methods. Any age dog can be taught to track-6 week-old puppies on up to senior citizens. It improves fitness for both dog and owner! It is mentally stimulating for both of you. You'll gain a new-found respect for just how smart your dog is.

Before and After Getting Your Puppy

  • Filename: before-and-after-getting-your-puppy.
  • ISBN: 1577313445
  • Release Date: 2010-09-24
  • Number of pages: 240
  • Author: Ian Dunbar
  • Publisher: New World Library

Before & After Getting Your Puppy is a simple, practical guide for anyone bringing a new puppy into the family. In clear steps, with helpful photos and easy-to-follow training deadlines, Dr. Ian Dunbar, who pioneered puppy classes and a loving style of dog training in the 1970s, presents a structured yet playful and humorous plan for raising a wonderful dog. The guide is based on six developmental deadlines: completing owner education and preparation assessing a puppy’s prior socialization and education teaching errorless housetraining and chewtoy-training completing a socialization program of meeting strange dogs and people learning bite inhibition a continuing program of ongoing training In the first half of the book, Dr. Dunbar focuses on what the owner needs to know to select a great puppy. In the second half, he presents the crucial lessons the puppy must be taught during its impressionable early development. Over time, Dr Dunbar’s kind, positive program has been proven the most effective.

Positive Puppy Training Works

  • Filename: positive-puppy-training-works.
  • ISBN: 0971866902
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Number of pages: 96
  • Author: Joel Walton
  • Publisher: David&James Publishers

Positive Puppy Training Works offers a marvelous insight into the minds and souls of puppies. Joel Walton's book emphasizes puppy needs and feelings, and how to show and teach them to be good companions, using gentle, puppy-friendly methods.

Puppy Love

  • Filename: puppy-love.
  • ISBN: 9780470452929
  • Release Date: 2009-03-03
  • Number of pages: 320
  • Author: Liz Palika
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Combining informative text with beautiful full-color photographs, this book covers everything you need to know about caring for puppies from birth to age six months. Busy puppy parents will get fast and authoritative advice on: Puppy-proofing your home and yard What age to bring home a puppy Housetraining The first trip to the vet Crate training Feeding Socialization And much more Whether you're a proud puppy parent or just love to admire these adorable bundles of joy, this is a charming book you'll turn to again and again. A Certified Pet Dog Trainer and Certified Animal Behavior Consultant, Liz Palika has written more than fifty books. She has received two prestigious Maxwell Awards from the Dog Writers' Association of America. Her work has been published in Newsweek, Dog World, Dog Fancy, the AKC Gazette, and other magazines.

Puppy Training

  • Filename: puppy-training.
  • ISBN: 9781593789558
  • Release Date: 2011-09-13
  • Number of pages: 128
  • Author: Charlotte Schwartz
  • Publisher: i5 Publishing

A positive-training guide to puppy training written by much-loved author and puppy -class instructor Charlotte Schwartz is a “week by week training guide” for all new puppy owners. The late Charlotte Schwartz had trained dogs for over forty years and was a popular, award-winning author, whose no-nonsense style of writing and training comes forth on every page of this best-selling introductory guide. Focusing on the first eight weeks that a puppy spends in the new owner’s home, Puppy Training walks the owner through the lessons to teach one week at a time, offering commonsense solutions to obedience and housetraining problems along the way. Sidebars throughout the text offer useful tips and alternative methods to teach lessons, all of which were originated by Schwartz in her puppy classes over the decades and are illustrated here with color photographs. From the first week, during which the puppy is taught to sit and stand, to the eighth week, devoted to teach the puppy to retrieve and a trick or two, this puppy primer is the best canine educational tool available for under ten dollars!

Life skills for puppies

  • Filename: life-skills-for-puppies.
  • ISBN: 1845845455
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Number of pages: 96
  • Author: Helen Zulch
  • Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd

Approaching puppy education from the puppy's perspective, this book presents the key skills a dog needs to cope with life, and assists owners in developing a fulfilling relationship with their puppy. Beautiful photographs illustrate the points made, and each chapter includes a worksheet to help owners chart their puppy's progress.

Puppy s First Steps

  • Filename: puppy-s-first-steps.
  • ISBN: 0618663045
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Number of pages: 286
  • Author: Nicholas H. Dodman
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

A comprehensive, accessible, and humane guide to puppies from one of the world's premier veterinary schools. This whole-dog approach--a unique combination of training, behavior, and health care--is based on cutting-edge research and real day-to-day clinic

The Everything New Puppy Book

  • Filename: the-everything-new-puppy-book.
  • ISBN: 9781605507170
  • Release Date: 2009-04-18
  • Number of pages: 304
  • Author: Carlo De Vito
  • Publisher: Everything Books

Nothing is more adorable than a new puppy. But without the proper time spent training them, today’s puppies can become tomorrow’s nightmare hounds. This book teaches puppy owners all they need to know to successfully raise a puppy of any breed or background. Complete with black-and-white photos, owners will learn how to: Choose the best breed for their lifestyle Help children and other pets acclimate to the new puppy Puppyproof the house Housebreak and train the new puppy Feed and groom according to age and breed Solve common behavior problems Also includes detailed information on alternative health care options as well as exercises and advanced training techniques. This book has everything puppy owners need to ensure that their new puppy grows into a happy, healthy, and well-behaved dog.

The Misunderstood Dog

  • Filename: the-misunderstood-dog.
  • ISBN: 1480071323
  • Release Date: 2012-11-21
  • Number of pages: 118
  • Author: Jordan Rothman
  • Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

Dogs aren't born knowing what's considered polite in human society--nor are they secretly out to conquer the household. Dogs have concerns like: where's the ball, when's the next walk, and is there chicken on today's menu? But people often misinterpret dog behavior and the results are frustration, training that doesn't work, and more "bad" behavior. In this accessible and often humorous book, certified dog trainer and behavior counselor Jordan Rothman tells dog lovers how to take advantage of their human smarts (the only training tool they need), to be well on the way to a refined canine. In straightforward prose, the author addresses: -The myths that surround dogs and how they affect us. -The causes of common dog behavior problems, and the solutions. -How reading dog body language makes life with dogs easier. -Human tendencies that get in the way of dog training efforts. Learn how to use modern, humane, science-based dog training methods to train a dog through everyday interactions. The tools of the trade are fun, games, and play to encourage and reward behaviors you like. In one fell swoop the dog training process becomes easier, more enjoyable, and more efficient. The Misunderstood Dog is a simple, practical guide for anyone who shares a home with a pet dog, whether puppy or adult, purebred or mixed breed.

K I S S Guide to Raising a Puppy

  • Filename: k-i-s-s-guide-to-raising-a-puppy.
  • ISBN: 0789489473
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Number of pages: 288
  • Author: Liz Palika
  • Publisher: Dk Pub

A dog obedience specialist offers practical information on choosing the right puppy, nutrition, exercise, and when to take the puppy to the vet.

Puppy Bible

  • Filename: puppy-bible.
  • ISBN: 1770851933
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Number of pages: 288
  • Author: Claire Arrowsmith
  • Publisher: Firefly Books Limited

Presents a guide for caring for a new puppy, discussing obedience training, diet, and grooming.

The Other End of the Leash

  • Filename: the-other-end-of-the-leash.
  • ISBN: 9780345446787
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Number of pages: 246
  • Author: Patricia B. McConnell
  • Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.

A fascinating glimpse into the world of dogs explores humans' relationships with their canine companions and the mysteries of human-canine communication, provides new insights into human and dog interaction, and explains how readers can retrain themselves to avoid sending conflicting messages to their pets. Reprint.

The Everything Pug Book

  • Filename: the-everything-pug-book.
  • ISBN: 1605504319
  • Release Date: 2005-05-01
  • Number of pages: 304
  • Author: Kim Campbell Thornton
  • Publisher: Everything Books

Pugs have a very long and rich history, but their most enduring legacy has always been their cheerful temperament and social personality. It's no wonder the Pug is still one of the most popular breeds today. With The Everything Pug Book you'll learn all there is to know about your best friend! From adoption methods and training techniques, to specific tips on diet, exercise, and basic care, you can anticipate your Pug's every need and be prepared for any situation. The Everything Pug Book covers: Common diseases and health issues Proper grooming and handling Effective methods for disciplining your dog How to encourage socialization Caring for older Pugs Whether you've owned a Pug for years, or you're considering adopting one, The Everything Pug Book is the authoritative text for keeping your dog healthy and happy for years to come.

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