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Help! My Puppy Is Driving Me Crazy: A Guide to Solving Common Puppy Problems
     

Help! My Puppy Is Driving Me Crazy: A Guide to Solving Common Puppy Problems

by Diana Delmar, Jane Fishman-Leon (Foreword by)
 
How can one little puppy be so much trouble?

When faced with problem puppy behavior, too many owners become fed up and question their decision to take on a canine companion. It doesn't have to be that way!

Using the humane, common sense techniques in Help! My Puppy Is Driving Me Crazy any puppy owner can learn to manage typical mischievous puppy antics and raise

Overview

How can one little puppy be so much trouble?

When faced with problem puppy behavior, too many owners become fed up and question their decision to take on a canine companion. It doesn't have to be that way!

Using the humane, common sense techniques in Help! My Puppy Is Driving Me Crazy any puppy owner can learn to manage typical mischievous puppy antics and raise a safe, healthy pooch that's a pleasure to have around the house.

Don't despair! You can:

Prevent inappropriate chewing behavior

Put an end to incessant barking

Train puppy to go in the RIGHT place

Teach him to play nicely with children and adults

Have loads of fun with your new best friend

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Marilyn Courtot
They are so cute and cuddly, but puppies sure can make messes. To get off on the "right paw," pet owners must start training their dogs at the outset. This book will help both kids and parents do just that. Three keys to successful training are a positive attitude, stamina, and preparation. Delmar's practical question and answer book is organized into nine chapters that make up Part 1, "Solving Puppy Problems," and two chapters in Part 2 that address tools and guides for training puppies. It is readable, practical, and great as either a gift item or a resource for a library collection.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780882669922
Publisher:
Storey Books
Publication date:
12/01/1997
Pages:
185
Product dimensions:
6.02(w) x 8.94(h) x 0.49(d)

Meet the Author

Diana Delamar is a freelance writer and editor specializing in veterinary topics and human health-care trends. She is the author of The Guilt-Free Dog Owner's Guide and Taking Up Riding as an Adult, both from Storey Books.

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