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After You Get Your Puppy by Ian Dunbar
Now you have your puppy, the clock is ticking! You need to meet three more developmental deadlines before your puppy is five months old.

Before You Get Your Puppy by Ian Dunbar
Lists common, predictable puppy problems, provides a timetable for their development, and suggests a variety of dog-friendly preventative measures and solutions. It emphasizes the importance of early socialization, confinement, prevention, reward training, and lure/reward training techniques. Discusses the 6 doggy developmental deadlines that you must meet with your puppy in order to have a well-adjusted family member, with emphasis on the first three deadlines. House training and biting/mouthing are two of the most important things covered.

Dog Wise
Dogwise.com brings you the largest selection of cutting-edge information on living, loving, and working with dogs available anywhere. Dogwise.com is an easy to use e-commerce site that keeps both dog professionals and dog enthusiasts up to date on the latest information on—what else—dogs.

Dominance: Fact Or Fiction by Barry Eaton
You may have read books or seen TV shows that tell you that your dog will seek to dominate you, your family members and other pets unless you become the “alpha” and put him in his place. The theory is that since dogs evolved from wolves and wolves (supposedly) form packs with strict pecking orders and battle each other to become the pack leader, your dog will do the same within your household. In this new US edition, author Barry Eaton separates out the facts from the fiction regarding dominance in pet dogs, presenting the reader with the results of recent research into the behavior of wolves and the impacts of selective breeding on the behavior of dogs. The results may surprise you and will surely inform you.

For the Love of a Dog: Understanding Emotion in You and Your Best Friend by Patricia McConnell
Trish McConnell takes a look at canine emotions and body language. Like all her books, this one is written in a way that the average dog owner can follow but brings the latest scientific information that trainers and dog enthusiasts can use.

How Dogs Think: What the World Looks Like to Them and Why They Act the Way They Do by Stanley Coren
A look at how dogs really think and feel, offers great advice for how their owners can comprehend them better. From the author of "Intelligence of Dogs" and "How to Speak Dog."

How to Speak Dog by Stanley Coren
Master the art of dog-human communication, way beyond simply giving and obeying commands. By popular author Stanley Coren.

On Talking Terms with Dogs: Calming Signals by Turid Rugaas
By a noted expert on canine body language, notably “calming signals.” These are signals dogs give each other - and humans - that denote stress. These are the dogs' attempt to defuse situations that otherwise might result in fights or aggression.

Positive Puppy Training Works by Joel Walton
How to manage, relate to, and educate your puppy. Emphasizes puppy needs and feelings, and how to show and teach them to be good companions, using gentle, puppy-friendly methods.

The Culture Clash by Jean Donaldson
The book that has shaped modern thinking about canine behavior and the relationship between dogs and humans has been revised. Dogs are not humans. Dogs are clever and complex creatures that humans need to take the time to understand in order to live together successfully. You must read this book... because your dog sure can't!

The Other End of the Leash by Patricia McConnell
When humans communicate with dogs, a lot can get lost in the translation. Focusing on human behavior, Dr. McConnell teaches readers how to retrain themselves to speak consistently in a language dogs understand and avoid sending conflicting and confusing messages.

Through A Dog's Ear by Joshua Leeds & Susan Wagner, DVM,MS
Using the latest science on how dogs hear and react to sound, psycho-acoustic expert Joshua Leeds and veterinary neurologist Susan Wagner bring you a treasury of practical tools for enhancing the lives of our best friends—including a CD of music demonstrated in clinical trials to calm 70 percent of dogs in kennels and 85 percent in households.

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