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Homeschool Your Puppy

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Give your puppy an alphabet of basic commands and concepts to build into the skills of any dog sport or pastime, all with happy games, snacks, and easy-on-the-joints explorations. Use your hands for petting and feeding, not for shoving into sits. Any puppy, like any child, is eager to learn about his world; help him out!

Now available in a black-and-white edition also.
Paperback, 73 pages
Published September 15th 2013 by Sun Treader Books
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Alice Lovejoy
Oct 05, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Erika Tracy's new book, "Homeschool Your Puppy," is a worthwhile addition to the myriad of puppy and dog training books already on the market. The author's breezy style and the many adorable puppy photos might deceive a casual reader into thinking it's not a serious training book. It is! It's written in an informal style, and is thus fun to read even if you're not using it to train a puppy (or an adult dog, as it could be used for that, too). An enormous amount of training advice and techniques ...more
Erika Tracy
Sep 17, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
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Subtitle: "With Mary Belle Brazil-Adelman's Optimum Placement Technique."

I hear it's traditional to review your own book, so I will. Four stars, as I would have liked more pictures. The author was dreadfully lazy for submitting to the hassle of the large, unwieldy Word file! That said, the tone is breezy, the exercises are accessible, and the method produced a pit bull mix who will actually bring a bone out from under the bed at 3 am and hand it over. On being told she could have the bone back i
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Erika Tracy, AB'92

From the author: "This is a book of inductive training exercises to gain and label almost any natural dog behavior for your own use: obedience, agility, tracking, service, or just the coolest pet you've ever had. It is designed for use with puppies eight weeks and older, but can be used with a dog of any age."
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