by Laura VanArendonk Baugh
You want a dog that is confident and happy, able to distinguish between friend and threat immediately, capable of intense focus on her work, and able to relax and play with you when you need some puppy love. But these attributes are not born in puppies; they are created through proper socialization.
So much can be done in a puppy’s first few months of life to equip her for the human world and expectations. A well-socialized puppy is not only a happier puppy for her own sake, but is also a better-mannered and more reliable pet. Learn how to raise a puppy to be:
This practical approach to socialization, with plenty of detail and easy-to-follow steps, will help you to prepare your puppy for her best approach to life and social success. Material is included for the older dog as well!
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