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What To Expect From The New Puppy Owner Guide

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If you are looking for a good, step-by-step New Puppy Owner Guide, you’ve come to the right place. When I got my first puppy I didn’t know quite what to do. After a few months I learned enough to be able to teach him things on my own but I still wanted to help. So, when I found this Puppy Owner Guide it was like a dream come true.

My New Puppy is now two years old and my love for him has never been stronger than this. He is my best friend in the whole world. Now, he does get a little bit destructive from time to time but, not always. I love that about my dog. It seems as if he knows when I need to do something and he does it. It’s always nice to know that someone loves you as much as you love your dog.

Guide For People Who Never Owned A Puppy

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This New Puppy Owner Guide was written for people who have never owned a puppy before. You will learn about how to train your puppy and introduce them to basic obedience training. You will also learn how to take care of a new puppy and give them all the basics that they need to have when it comes to caring for a dog. These include understanding the difference between grooming and bathing. I also found out about proper diet nutrition and knowing what puppy owners should feed their dogs.

High Risk Behavior

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When my puppy was about a year old he was diagnosed with High Risk Behavior. That means that he had some medical conditions and that could cause some health problems for him in the future. That was one reason why I made the choice to get him a Cocker Spaniel. He would need a bit of training from then on but other than that he does okay.

Vet Appointment

The first day we brought him home, I put him in his crate and told him to wait there for the vet appointment. When the appointment came he just lounged around. He was so excited to be outside that he kept me on hold for over five minutes. After about five minutes the door opened and he just ran in and started snacking. I guess he was trying to tell me he was feeling better. By the end of the day he was really tired and his energy was depleted.

My next concern was going to be with potty training. I had to learn how to teach my dog that it was unacceptable to relieve himself in my house. I decided to find some information online about this. That way I would have a more complete guide if my dog decided to relieve himself in my house.

Bottom Lines

The New Puppy Owner Guide is great. It really helped me and my puppy in many areas. If you are having problems potty training your new puppy then this book will really help you. There are so many different ways that dogs misbehave. So, if you are having a problem do not give up. Just learn the proper training techniques and your puppy will be house trained in no time at all.

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