Owning a puppy is exciting and fun, but also means big responsibility. Caring for a puppy is like caring for a new member of the family, which means that you are essentially responsible to keep your puppy healthy, safe, well-mannered, and happy. As your pup grows, you will observe that her behavior, actions, motions, and body language convey that she is communicating with you. And with that, it is important to pay attention and try to interpret the meaning behind his behavior, actions, motions, and body language. This will forge a strong and closer bond between you two. Puppies for dummies gives easy-to-follow and proven techniques and tips about raising and better understanding a pup It tackles communicating with your pup, some lessons for the first month, and so much more exciting things.
National Geographic’sDog Whispererstar and bestselling author, Cesar Millan, publishes a book that is essential for raising a happy and healthy dog. Dog behavior expert Millan believes that raising theperfect dog starts with the proper foundation in the early years of the dog’s life. In his book, Millan narrates from his own detailed experience so as you read through his book, you can feel like you are having a personal expert or trainer for your dog.How to Raise the Perfect Dogalso touches on how to create the best environment for your dog to avoid behavior problems in the future, appropriate actions to deal with the common behavior problems, quick and easy housebreaking, the essentials for proper and healthy nutrition, unique fun exercises and play, and a lot more.
Positive training is the use of positive reinforcement, avoiding the use of punishment, and commitment to understanding the dog’s experience from her point of view. Pat Miller’sThe Power of Positive Dog Trainingexplains how and why positive training works best for dogs. The philosophy of positive training, tips, and exercises, are discussed thoroughly in the book. This book is also for dog owners to develop a healthy relationship with the pet dog, which is based on positive reinforcement and friendship, and not on fear and punishment.
Dogs need both physical exercise and brain exercise, to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Because just like humans, dogs need brain stimulation, too.Brain Games for Dogsby Carrie Nichole is a great book that details proven methods and some of the best tips and techniques to improve your dog’s mental health. In the book listed are many games that are physical workouts for dogs, while at the same time, fun ways to exercise the mind. Not only are the games effective in strengthening and improving brain function of dogs, but are also rewarding and fun for both her and you!