Now that you're the proud owner of an adorable puppy, you are in for the time of your life. As you raise this new family member, you'll get to know your puppy as you watch her grow. But like any family member, your puppy will need to learn some basic manners and will need to be well taken care of.
The authors of You & Your Puppy?a professional dog trainer and a veterinarian?understand what it takes to turn your bundle of fluff into a healthy, happy canine companion.
In You & Your Puppy you will find a training schedule to work with your puppy through every developmental phase, including adolescence. You'll also learn how to housebreak your puppy, how to control nipping and chewing, how to puppy-proof your home, what your puppy should be eating, what shots your puppy needs, how to control fleas and ticks, and much more.
You & Your Puppy is the all-in-one puppy-rearing book you can turn to for the first 12 months of your puppy's life, and then come back to as your puppy matures.
Sarah Hodgson, director of Simply Sarah Inc., has taught dog training classes for more than 14 years. She is the author of DogPerfect and Puppies for Dummies.
Excellent and helpful advice for a new puppy owner with descriptions of the monthly changes a puppy goes through as it grows. Read morePublished 6 months ago by MHOhio
I bought a cavapoo at 2 months old and only had dogs as a young child. My father always took care of any training needs. Read morePublished on July 3, 2012 by sunshine79
This book was given to me years ago when I raised my last puppy (well, my most recent puppy but certainly not my last one). Read morePublished on March 30, 2012 by 3Ponies
This book is my favorite puppy book. It is easy to understand and follow. It gives you tools to train your puppy in a positive way so that you can have a well-behaved adult dog. Read morePublished on May 7, 2009 by K. Pottol
This book has very accurate information for training your puppy and very accurate medical information. I would recommend it.Published on August 1, 2005 by Dortha E. Knotts