Books are the best investment you could ever afford, they improve your knowledge and enrich your soul. Nowadays, you can find a variety of genres on the market, but if you are a puppy parent, then you’ll need some literature to raise your dog correctly. Pets require a lot of attention, but at the same time, they will repay your care on multiple occasions. Depending on a breed you choose, some puppies are more demanding than others. But, if you establish yourself as a pack leader, then you won’t have issues with raising your dog.
Dog owners don’t always have to rely on their instincts to evaluate what’s right and what’s wrong for their pet. Now, everything simplified with the use of the internet and books. You can get training advice and recommendations about diet and health from the world’s most respected dog trainers and caretakers. Puppy raising books come as the most affordable solution, and you can pull them out again and again, whenever you need an answer to a question that’s bugging you. Well, here is our choice of the books you should have in 2018.
The Culture Clash by Jean Donaldson
Jean Donaldson’s book goes beyond training and explains why your dog behaves the way he does. It helps you understand you the relation between the man and domestic animal. With this good, you will see the things from the dog perspective and then set the various methods of training, using the information from The Culture Clash. If you are a new puppy parent, then this book will assist you a lot in raising your dog. It takes time for your pet to respond to your commands. But, the moment you grow him into a healthy and strong dog, there will be no greater joy.
Before and After Getting Your Puppy by Dr. Ian Dunbar
It’s a great thing when you can learn from professional, and this good tells you everything you need to know about puppies. The book covers some of the essential topics, and one of them is who to choose a puppy. Depending on a breed, some are more stubborn than others, which make the raising and training task more demanding. It also covers the issues of socialization, housetraining, and prevention of common dog behavior problems. Dr. Ian is the renowned veterinarian, and he will provide you valuable insight.
The Other End of the Leash: Why We Do What We Do Around Dogs
Humans and dogs share a unique relationship, and we are still two entirely different species. The Other End of the Leash will offer you revolutionary, new perspective on our relationship with dogs. It will focus on our behavior in comparison with dog’s behavior. How can we interact with them and what are the most useful ways to bring out the best in our furry friends? Considering we speak a different language, a lot gets lost in translation.
Training the Best Dog Ever by Larry Kay
Training the Best Dog is the book based on love and kindness. It features a successful program of positive reinforcement and no-fail techniques which will help you establish the best behavior with your god. The entire book relies on trust and treat, no choke collars, no bonding, no leash-yanking and no reprimanding. This a five-week training program which only requires 15 minutes of practice every day. It works for puppies and adult dogs. Even if you are raising your puppy while working full time, there are many ways to do that without issues. The book provides you enough time to organize your life and still raise a dog.
The Puppy Primer by Patricia B. McConnell
If you can afford just one book on puppies, then you should consider this one from Patricia B. McConnell. It features a lot of useful information that will get you through every part of puppyhood. This author has written a variety of dog books, but The Puppy Primer is her best work so far. We should mention that thousands of dog trainers use this book when they need help and advice on turning their puppy into a great dog.