New Puppy Checklist

New Puppy Checklist

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by Tim Carter
     
 

New Puppy Checklist. All you need to know and do when you get a new puppy. Edition 6. In Checklist format to tick off. Convenient and concise!
"It has a LOT of information, gets right to the point and helps you to not fail"
"Great checklist and book. Very clear and straight forward. I would certainly recommend this even experienced dog

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New Puppy Checklist. All you need to know and do when you get a new puppy. Edition 6. In Checklist format to tick off. Convenient and concise!
"It has a LOT of information, gets right to the point and helps you to not fail"
"Great checklist and book. Very clear and straight forward. I would certainly recommend this even experienced dog owners"
"Tim really knows how to get into the mindset of a puppy. Great book!"
With this Checklist you can relax. Go through it and check as needed, and you'll know you haven't forgotten anything. Because, being prepared is everything - particularly with a new puppy! Puppies can give a lot of joy, oh yes. But likewise, puppies can give you so much trouble that you feel at your wits' end. Don't let it come so far. And don't start off on the wrong track with your pup. Dogs are forgiving but not forgetful!
Note that this is not a lengthy book, it is meant to be a concise Checklist. Nonetheless, to be of maximum help, Tim has added a lot of extra explanations where relevant. Also, you'll probably love all the linked free Periodicals: The highly popular topical discussions on mygermanshepherd.org, the largest dog authority site in the world. Thus, with Tim's books you know you are in best hands anyway.
So what's covered in the New Puppy Checklist? Puppy Proofing Your Home, Preparing a Place to Rest and Sleep, Preparing a Place to Eat and Drink, Preparing a First-Aid Kit, Safe-Keeping Equipment you need, Puppy Grooming, Vet Visit and Vaccination, DIY Health Checks, Dietary Planning, Socializing Your Puppy, Which toys in which toy categories are puppy adequate, How to care for Your Puppy, Relationship Building With Your Puppy, Puppy Training, and loads of advice including puppy health tips.
Again, Tim Carter's New Puppy Checklist raises the bar for others. A comprehensive but concise eye opener. Make sure your puppy becomes the dog you always wanted. Better check this Checklist now.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045683029
Publisher:
Tim Carter
Publication date:
02/07/2014
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
188,733
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Tim Carter is acclaimed canine expert for matters beyond basic Obedience Training, and for dog health. Tim developed Behavior Training - which uses our own behavior to train dogs to behave the way we want. Tim Carter's authority site mygermanshepherd.org is sought out by thousands of dog owners to get help with their dog or puppy. Often after they've tried everything else and are about to give up on their dog. Tim saves the dog-human relationship. His loyal fan base brings it to the point: "Tim's got it beat!"

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New Puppy Checklist 2.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Bookworm1951 More than 1 year ago
A must have for anyone planning to adopt a new puppy This guidebook covers absolutely everything you need to know when bringing a new puppy into your life. Also great for adult dog owners. Contains numerous links to various websites for equipment, behavior and training and other helpful dog information including books and videos. Although many of the links take you to sites where you can purchase items and services which you may or may not want., the basic information within New Puppy Checklist is well worth the read. A wonder FREE find. You need to have a nook HD tablet for the links to work. The web links will not work with NOOK simple touch. You cannot read the book on your home PC..
Foxtail More than 1 year ago
It's an okay list. It's great for someone who wants a list but already has an idea of what they might need when getting a puppy. The author does push you to purchase certain items and pressures you into a certain way of how to train your dog. Very anti-treat. He tends to ramble at certain parts such as the training. And they do repeat a few things in different sections. However, at the beginning and I insist this too, it's just a guideline and just do what you feel is practical for your dog, where you live, and your income. Do what's comfortable with you. If you're not comfortable then you wont make your dog comfortable.
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