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Nothing beats having a good friend to hang out with. See More See Less. Comment on Facebook. Puppy play — should big and small dogs be separated? Nothing beats having a good friend to hang out Sep Yep, he's a pointer all right! Do you give your dogs kisses or hugs?
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Do they like Do they like it? Come on it, the water's great! Zooka contemplates jumping in the pool. TBT to when the chicks were 7 weeks old Jun 06, Cheryl B rated it liked it. Good refresher since we have not had a puppy for 12 years. Excelente Excelente, mensaje claro y conciso en los relacionado con los pasos generales a tener en cuenta para adquirir y educar un cachorro.
May 29, She Wolfe rated it really liked it. Very easy read for brushing up on puppy preparation or for preparing for a first puppy experience.
Before You Get Your Puppy by Ian Dunbar
Jul 01, Sarah Draughon rated it really liked it Recommends it for: new pet parents, dog owners, adopters, ve. Shelves: dog-training-animal-behavior. Every veterinarian, breeder, training professional and pet parent should be familiar with and working hard at the deadlines mentioned in this book. If a breeder hasn't started working with their puppies at a very young age, they are set up for failure and ultimately are more likely to have behavioral issues that will result in euthanization. This should be required reading for anyone getting a puppy - regardless of whether or not they are from a reputable breeder, pet store, backyard breeder, or Every veterinarian, breeder, training professional and pet parent should be familiar with and working hard at the deadlines mentioned in this book.
This should be required reading for anyone getting a puppy - regardless of whether or not they are from a reputable breeder, pet store, backyard breeder, or rescue. Just as humans have critical developmental stages, much of a puppy's success is dependent on reaching developmental deadlines.
As with any dog training philosophy, there are some strategies that differ between Dunbar's version of force free, science based training when compared with other prominent names in the industry. I think what is presented here and in Dunbar's other works is a solid, middle of the road strategy that will quickly and successfully train a puppy in terms that anyone can relate to and understand.
Jun 12, Janis rated it really liked it Shelves: The tone is a bit too judgmental in my opinion, most puppy books are a bit more encouraging rather than accusatory. I understand getting a puppy is a very very big decision that most people take much lighter than it should be, so perhaps since I already read multiple puppy books this one just seems a bit too negative to me.
Good information especially regarding the developmental deadlines. Dec 29, Jenny rated it liked it. Dec 28, Horacio rated it really liked it. May 26, Michele rated it it was amazing. Excellent primer on puppyhood! I keep it on my bookshelf and re-read it every several years - whenever I get a new puppy! View 2 comments. Mar 10, Paul rated it liked it. A good book, with some interesting and helpful hints and advice.
Before You Get Your Puppy
Some recommendations seem a little extreme, but for the most this book is full of useful advice. Christina rated it it was amazing Jun 11, Bronwyn rated it liked it Mar 29, Ange rated it it was amazing Mar 24, Christina rated it liked it Jan 23, Wendy Tracy rated it liked it Nov 09, Jessica rated it really liked it Jan 24, Allison rated it it was amazing Nov 13, Shar rated it it was amazing Mar 15, Amanda rated it it was amazing Aug 21, Anna Maria Trela rated it really liked it Apr 26, Are any rooms of the house permanently off-limits?
Include your family on the decisions so everyone is on the same page. Buy some of the basics ahead of time, so you both and your dog can settle in without too many mad dashes to the store.
Puppy checklist: Everything you need to bring your puppy home
The kitchen is often a good choice; you can block it off with baby gates if needed. Puppy-proof to make sure anything that could hurt your dog—medicines, chemicals, certain plants—is out of reach. Ideally, you can take a few days to a week off work to get your new dog or puppy settled in and to start house training.
Shop around for dog walkers, pet sitters, or doggy daycare in your area. Rely on friends and family for word of mouth recommendations. Dog Walker VS. Pet Sitter: Which Is Best? Group obedience classes are great for bonding with your new dog and for learning how to communicate with and train them.
These classes are especially recommended for young puppies, since they give pups a chance to get comfortable being around other canines and people—a key part of raising a safe, friendly dog. Find a helper to come along when you go to pick up your dog.