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Puppy Training 
 BEFORE YOU GET YOUR PUPPY

This book is simply a MUST READ for anyone thinking of getting a puppy.   With a little preparation, you can raise a dog that never makes a single house-soiling or destructive chewing mistake, is calm and quiet on command or when home alone, and is gentle and confident around people.

If you have your heart set on raising and training a puppy, do make sure you train yourself beforehand.  Remember, it takes only a few days to ruin an otherwise perfect puppy.  Without a doubt, the most important developmental deadline comes before you even think of getting your puppy - your education about puppy education!

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 AFTER YOU GET YOUR PUPPY



This book explains how to easily housetrain and socialize your puppy, starting from Day One.  It covers: crate training, housesoiling, destructive chewing, socialization, preventing aggression, bite inhibition, on-leash walking, recalls, preventing adolescent problems and the importance of an off-leash puppy socialization and training class.

Congratulations!  So, you have a new puppy.  Now what?  Basically, you are at a fork in the road.  The success of the relationship depends on your teaching your puppy the rules and regulations of domestic living.  The most critical time in your dog's life is right now-puppyhood!

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Understanding Your Puppy's Behavior and Devopment  Well-socialized dogs are more likely to have well-socialized puppies.  Pups often mirror their mothers' calm or fearful attitude towards people; this is a normal part of thier socialization.  But you can play a vital role, too, by petting, talking, and playing with puppy to help him develop good "people skills"...

Dealing with Normal Puppy Behavior - Nipping and Rough Play  It's not always easy to convince a new puppy not to bite the hand that feeds him...pets him...or plays with him, for that matter.  When puppies play with each other, they use their mouths, so they may also be inclinded to bite or "mouth" your hand during play...

Dealing with Normal Puppy Behavior - Chewing  Whoever thought that raising a child is the toughest thing to do may not have raised a puppy.  After all, at least babies can wear diapers!  Much like infants and toddlers, though, puppies explore their world by putting things in their mouths...

Come - Sit - Down - Stay Leashless-training methods are essential for pet dogs, because they are useally off-leash indoors.  Lure-reward and reward-training techniques make training quick, easy, effective, and enjoyable for dogs and their owners...

Walking on Leash  By and large, leash-pulling masks the real problem: without a leash you would probably be without a dog.  It is indeed a sobering thought to think that most dogs' prefer to forge ahead to sniff the grass or other dogs' rear ends than to walk by their owner's side...

Socializing Your Dog The word "socialization" has several meanings.  When we talk about a "well socialized dog " we mean a dog that isn't afraid of everyday events, can be friendly toward unfamilar individuals, is easy to handle, gets along well with other dogs, people, even cats...

Puppy Training  When watching puppies in class having a good time playing off-leash and responding happily and willingly to verbal requests and handsignals to come, sit, heel, and down stay, one tends to forget the two most important reasons for attending puppy classes...