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11. Grooming Your Puppy
All dogs require grooming but some require more grooming than others. Since grooming is something that you are going to have to do, whatever type of dog you’ve got, this practice should be started in puppyhood. Learn how to start!
12. Guide to Behavior Problems in Puppies
Even the cutest, sweetest puppy can develop behavior problems. Learn about some of the more common problems and how to correct them.
13. Guide to Training Your Pup
During their first few months of life, obedience training will turn an unruly puppy into a well-mannered and enjoyable member of the family. Here is a guide to help you train your pup to be the best he can be
14. House Training Schedules
Almost the first thing a new puppy owner needs to know is “how do I house train”? How do I do it, what can I expect, what should be my goals? Use this very useful sample schedule for your puppy!
15. How Big Will My Puppy Get?
Almost the first question anyone asks when thinking about adopting or buying a puppy is – how big will he get?
16. How Does My Puppy Learn His Name?
How do puppies learn their name? …or do they? And what does their name mean to them? Learn about the thoughts behind this.
17. How Good Breeder's Raise Good Pups
Puppies are a lot like children in the sense that much critical, life-altering experience and learning takes place in the very early stages of life.
18. How Old is This Puppy?
When owners bring their new puppy to a veterinary practice, one of the first questions is how old he/she is? The answer lies in the mouths of these babes.
19. How Smart is Your Puppy?
Everyone’s always trying to determine how smart everyone else is. How smart are you? How smart are your children? How smart are animals? Is a dog smarter than a cat? And now, how smart is your puppy?
20. How to Be a Good Puppy Owner
Even if the breeder has done everything right and you adopt a near perfect puppy, it doesn’t take long – if you are not careful - to undo all the good work and create problems that will trouble you and perhaps your pup for the rest of its life.
 

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