Puppy Training for Kids

August 3, 2012 by  
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Puppy Training for Kids

Kids and puppies make natural friends. This heavily illustrated guide is written especially for kids, with information on dogs and how they develop and grow. Just as important are easy-to-understand instructions for boys and girls on puppy training and care—always with an emphasis on fun. Kids learn what to feed puppies and how much to give them, and how to play games that are safe and enjoyable. They also learn basics of puppy handling and grooming, giving commands and teaching obedience, tri

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3 Responses to “Puppy Training for Kids”
  1. Danisha Biossat "Golden Lover" says:
    19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Not all that great, September 9, 2008
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    In my humble opinion… when you title a book “Puppy Training for Kids” it should be written on the level for which the audience is intended. This book is way too complex and dull for children. It has a lot of information in it and is not presented in the best manner. Kids need to be educated in a way that makes it interesting to them. This book made my daughter feel like she was in school. Writing a book and putting photos of kids with dogs does not constitute “Puppy Training for Kids” in my book. It should of been titled “Mommy Please Read This Book and Tell Me How To Train My Puppy” sorry folks

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  2. Busy Bee says:
    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    excellent book for children, February 23, 2005
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    Busy Bee (Switzerland & United States) –

    This is an excellent book for your children if you plan to make puppy a new member of your family. It guides the children through the various stages of training a puppy, has good photographs supporting the text and highlights certain important phrases. Whislt it, of course, does not cover all aspects of dog traing, it does not need to do that: the training will be the adults responsibility, and not the child’s. The child however can and should support those efforts and by reading this book can add to the training and hence become a responsible dog owner her/ himself.

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  3. Mom of M&M says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Best Puppy Book for Kids!, October 4, 2007
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    Mom of M&M (New York) –

    As preparation for a puppy for our 10-year-old son, we had him commit to reading this book first. Each night he read alone, and then we read together. It was not only informative, easy to read and follow, but a great shared time as well! It was the perfect “first” book to introduce our son into the upcoming responsibilities of having a dog. I also realized how neglectful I was in raising our now adult Labrador, and how much I want to re-train her with our son’s puppy, too!

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