Featured Book: Golden Boy Bailey by Erin Frew

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Golden Boy Bailey

by Erin Frew 

 

Bailey Boy has it all! He has spirit, charm and he knows how to have fun. Bailey loves going on adventures. So when Sable awakens him early one morning Bailey is quick to get up and see what excitement the day has to bring. And the result is pure perfection.

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35 Dog Training Mistakes: Mistakes You Are Probably Doing and How to Avoid Them by James Goodman

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Do you have a hard time communicating with your dog?

Does your dog seem “willful” and “stubborn” at times?

Many behavior issues in dogs often occur because of a breakdown in communication between dog and handler. In this book, James Goodman outlines the basic principles of effective dog training, including common mistakes pet owners make in training and interacting with their dogs and how you can avoid them.

Short (53 p) and to the point, this book won’t waste your time with jargon and anecdotes, but instead gives you a clear understanding of what truly works when it comes to training your dog, as well as things you can start doing (or stop doing) right away to see immediate improvements in your dog’s behavior.
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True Tails from the Dog Park by Kari Sherman, Carey Laubenberg

Join Max and Luther as they teach you all about the dog park…

Written from the perspective of doggy pals Max (a Puggle) and Luther (an Olde English Bulldog), True Tails From The Dog Park is a collection of tips, rules, and often hilarious adventures the two have experienced together at the dog park.

Full of sage advice on things like proper dog park etiquette, how to safely mix dogs and kids at the park, as well as beneficial health and grooming advice, this brief read is as entertaining as it is informative.

This cute little book will make you laugh and smile- both from the humorous accounts of their experiences, as well as the adorable cartoon illustrations by Julie Ann Stricklin.
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