by Katenna Jones
Who should train your dog?
Acquiring a dog, whether it is a purebred puppy or a shelter rescue, is a big step for most people. Fortunately, there is a lot of good information available to help a new pet owner make a good choice. Deciding who should train your dog is another matter. Unless you have lots of experience training dogs yourself, you probably have not even considered who should train your dog. If you rely solely on newspaper ads or business cards left in a vet's office to find a trainer, you may be very disappointed in the outcome.
Fetching the Perfect Dog Trainer by Katenna Jones presents all of the information you need to know to find the right trainer for you. The book helps you make the best choice based on your lifestyle and the particular behaviors your dog needs to learn. Your dog is too important to make the wrong training decision.
You will learn:
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