Best books about training dogs
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15 Best Dog Training Books: Your Easy Buyer’s Guide
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In order to be a good dog owner, you need to train your dog to be a well mannered pup that knows how to listen and behave. The first part of your dog training arsenal should be a few good books. Developing a communication style with your pup takes time and patience. The more knowledge you bring to the situation, the better the both of you will fare. Cesar Millan is a popular name when it comes to training dogs and dog behavioral issues. He is an expert and you can find him on television and in many books.
This page book covers all of the basics, from potty training to leash-pulling to aggression. It also provides must-know tips about dog ownership, like when to take your furry friend to the vet and how to pick the right food for his or her needs. A must-have for any new pup owner, The Art of Raising a Puppy is written by the Monks of New Skete, a community of dog-loving monks who really know their stuff. All pages are filled with expertise about training, loving and caring for a new puppy as the monks draw on their plus years of experience raising German Shepherd puppies. All in all, The Art of Raising a Puppy is not only well written, but this book is chock full of overwhelmingly useful advice you can refer back to all the time.
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In Dog Training Revolution , he gives you information on everything from making sure you choose the right dog, to basic training, to correcting bad behavior, to healthcare for your pup, and more. This book is a 1 Best Seller with a 4. You can buy it here. They emphasize understanding and communication as the key to training your pup. The book has a 4.