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Your Child's Dog How to Help Your Kids Care for Their Pets

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ISBN-10: 1554073049

ISBN-13: 9781554073047

Edition: 2007

Authors: Andrea McHugh

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List price: $16.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Firefly Books, Limited
Publication date: 10/12/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 128
Size: 7.75" wide x 10.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Can we get a dog?
What a dog owner provides
Right reasons for getting a puppy
Who will care for the puppy?
Doing your puppy research
Preparing for the puppy
Where to buy your new puppy
A puppy's place in the family hierarchy
It's a dog's world
A puppy's needs in his new home
Keeping your dog happy and healthy
Lessons in tolerance for children and dogs
The first few days
Creating a dog-proof zone
Welcome home to your new puppy!
Lifting and carrying a puppy
Too much smother love
Keeping the peace
Going to the vet
Routine matters
New sights and sounds
Getting some food for thought
A puppy's big brush off
Time for a bath and some fun!
Checkups from nose to tail
Having fun at puppy playtime
Getting ready to walk this way
Growing pains
Can you tell how a dog feels?
Working for treats and rewards
Dogs behaving badly
Dealing with tantrums and tears
Training for kids
Signing up for puppy school
Clicker training and beyond
Won't he come back?
Sitting pretty and waiting
Will he stay?
When a dog is down at heel
Roll over and die
Paws for thought
Fun and games for all the family
Agility training and flyball
Let's have a canine carnival
Dancing with dogs
Health and safety
Vaccinate and stay safe
Traffic safety on the roads
Problems with puppy passengers
How to be a yard explorer
Puppy safety all year round
What if?
When you need a little help
Flushing out housebreaking problems
Fussy eaters and greed guts
Encouraging bravery
Mediating child-dog relations
Saying goodbye and hello