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East Side Collection Polyester/Cotton Yappily Ever After Dog Groom Tuxedo, Small, 12-Inch

East Side Collection Polyester/Cotton Yappily Ever After Dog Groom Tuxedo, Small, 12-Inch

A sharp-looking suit for the dog of the hour. Groom tuxedo pairs a white satin button-down shirt with a double-breasted tux coat with tails. Comfortable, easy-fit design has Velcro closures and a high cut belly. Shipped in a polybag with a hanger and hangtag. Machine wash cold on a gentle cycle, line dry. Small size is fit for austrialian terrier, border terrier, boston terrier, french bulldog, miniature pinscher, miniature poodle, pekingnese, pug, shih tzu, silky terrier, west highland terrier. Measures 12-inch in length. Made of 65-percent polyester and 35-percent cotton. Read More »

Before and After Getting Your Puppy: The Positive Approach to Raising a Happy, Healthy, and Well-Behaved Dog

Before and After Getting Your Puppy: The Positive Approach to Raising a Happy, Healthy, and Well-Behaved Dog

Very few dog trainers have not been influenced by Dr. Ian Dunbar's dog-friendly philosophy. In the 1970s, Dr. Dunbar sparked a dramatic shift in dog training — away from leash corrections and drill-sergeant adult dog classes based on competitive obedience and toward a positive approach using toys, treats, and games as rewards for teaching basic manners, preventing behavior problems, and modifying temperament. Before Dr. Dunbar there were no classes for puppies, very few family dog classes, and not much fun in dog training. His positive approach to training revolutionized the field, especially in training puppies.Now in Before and After Getting Your Puppy Dr. Dunbar combines his two popular puppy-training manuals into one indexed value-priced hardcover edition. In clear steps, with helpful photos and easy-to-follow training deadlines, he presents a structured yet playful and humorous plan for raising a wonderful dog. Dr. Dunbar’s guide is based around six developmental deadlines: completing your education and preparation, assessing a puppy’s prior socialization and education, teaching errorless housetraining and chewtoy-training, completing a socialization program of meeting strange dogs and people, etc. Read More »

East Side Collection Polyester/Cotton Yappily Ever After Dog Groom Tuxedo, Medium, 16-Inch

East Side Collection Polyester/Cotton Yappily Ever After Dog Groom Tuxedo, Medium, 16-Inch

A sharp-looking suit for the dog of the hour. Groom tuxedo pairs a white satin button-down shirt with a double-breasted tux coat with tails. Comfortable, easy-fit design has Velcro closures and a high cut belly. Shipped in a polybag with a hanger and hangtag. Machine wash cold on a gentle cycle, line dry. Medium size is fit for beagle, bichon frise, brittany spaniel, cairn terrier, cocker spaniel, corgi, jack russell terrier, lhasa apso, scottish terrier. Measures 16-inch in length. Made of 65-percent polyester and 35-percent cotton. Read More »

East Side Collection Yappily Ever After Groom Tuxedo

East Side Collection Yappily Ever After Groom Tuxedo

A sharp-looking suit for the dog of the hour. Groom tuxedo pairs a white satin button-down shirt with a double-breasted tux coat with tails. Comfortable, easy-fit design has Velcro closures and a high cut belly. Shipped in a polybag with a hanger and hangtag. Machine wash cold on a gentle cycle, line dry. Measures 24-inch in length. Made of 65 percent polyester and 35 percent cotton. Read More »

After You Get Your Puppy

After You Get Your Puppy

Now you have your puppy, the clock is ticking and you need to meet three more Developmental Deadlines before your puppy is five months old. 4th Developmental Deadline — Socializing Your Puppy to People Your Most Urgent Priority is to socialize your puppy to a wide variety of people, especially children, men, and strangers, before he is twelve weeks old. Well-socialized puppies grow up to be wonderful companions, whereas antisocial dogs are difficult, time-consuming, and potentially dangerous. As a rule of thumb, your puppy needs to meet at least one hundred people before he is three months old. Since your puppy is still too young to venture out to dog parks and sidewalks, you’ll need to start inviting people to your home right away. 5th Developmental Deadline — Teaching Bite Inhibition Your Most Important Priority is that your puppy learns to inhibit the force of his bites and develop a "soft mouth"; before he is eighteen weeks old. Whenever a dog bites a person, or fights with another dog, the single most important prognostic factor is the degree of bite inhibition and hence, the likelihood and seriousness of injury. Accidents happen. Someone may tread on the dog’s paw, or a child may trip over the dog while he’s gnawing a bone. A dog may snap and lunge at a person when hurt or frightened, but if the dog has well-established bite inhibition, it is unlikely the dog’s teeth will puncture, or even touch the skin. 6th Developmental Deadline — Continuing Socialization in The World at Large The Most Enjoyable Priority of dog ownership is to introduce your well-socialized puppy to the world at large. Your dog will only remain sociable and confident if he continues to meet and greet at least three unfamiliar people and three unfamiliar dogs every day. Meeting the same people and dogs over and over is not sufficient. Your dog needs to practice meeting, greeting, and getting along with strangers, not simply getting along with old friends. Regular walks with your dog are as essential as they are enjoyable. Read More »

Before and After Getting Your Puppy: The Positive Approach to Raising a Happy, Healthy, and Well-Behaved Dog

Before and After Getting Your Puppy: The Positive Approach to Raising a Happy, Healthy, and Well-Behaved Dog

Very few dog trainers have not been influenced by Dr. Ian Dunbar's dog-friendly philosophy. In the 1970s, Dr. Dunbar sparked a dramatic shift in dog training — away from leash corrections and drill-sergeant adult dog classes based on competitive obedience and toward a positive approach using toys, treats, and games as rewards for teaching basic manners, preventing behavior problems, and modifying temperament. Before Dr. Dunbar there were no classes for puppies, very few family dog classes, and not much fun in dog training. His positive approach to training revolutionized the field, especially in training puppies.Now in Before and After Getting Your Puppy Dr. Dunbar combines his two popular puppy-training manuals into one indexed value-priced hardcover edition. In clear steps, with helpful photos and easy-to-follow training deadlines, he presents a structured yet playful and humorous plan for raising a wonderful dog. Dr. Dunbar’s guide is based around six developmental deadlines: completing your education and preparation, assessing a puppy’s prior socialization and education, teaching errorless housetraining and chewtoy-training, completing a socialization program of meeting strange dogs and people, etc. Read More »

Before and After Getting Your Puppy: The Positive Approach to Raising a Happy, Healthy, and Well-Behaved Dog

Before and After Getting Your Puppy: The Positive Approach to Raising a Happy, Healthy, and Well-Behaved Dog

Very few dog trainers have not been influenced by Dr. Ian Dunbar's dog-friendly philosophy. In the 1970s, Dr. Dunbar sparked a dramatic shift in dog training — away from leash corrections and drill-sergeant adult dog classes based on competitive obedience and toward a positive approach using toys, treats, and games as rewards for teaching basic manners, preventing behavior problems, and modifying temperament. Before Dr. Dunbar there were no classes for puppies, very few family dog classes, and not much fun in dog training. His positive approach to training revolutionized the field, especially in training puppies.Now in Before and After Getting Your Puppy Dr. Dunbar combines his two popular puppy-training manuals into one indexed value-priced hardcover edition. In clear steps, with helpful photos and easy-to-follow training deadlines, he presents a structured yet playful and humorous plan for raising a wonderful dog. Dr. Dunbar’s guide is based around six developmental deadlines: completing your education and preparation, assessing a puppy’s prior socialization and education, teaching errorless housetraining and chewtoy-training, completing a socialization program of meeting strange dogs and people, etc. Read More »

East Side Collection Polyester/Cotton Yappily Ever After Dog Groom Tuxedo, Small, 12-Inch

East Side Collection Polyester/Cotton Yappily Ever After Dog Groom Tuxedo, Small, 12-Inch

A sharp-looking suit for the dog of the hour. Groom tuxedo pairs a white satin button-down shirt with a double-breasted tux coat with tails. Comfortable, easy-fit design has Velcro closures and a high cut belly. Shipped in a polybag with a hanger and hangtag. Machine wash cold on a gentle cycle, line dry. Small size is fit for austrialian terrier, border terrier, boston terrier, french bulldog, miniature pinscher, miniature poodle, pekingnese, pug, shih tzu, silky terrier, west highland terrier. Measures 12-inch in length. Made of 65-percent polyester and 35-percent cotton. Read More »

East Side Collection Polyester/Cotton Yappily Ever After Dog Groom Tuxedo, Medium, 16-Inch

East Side Collection Polyester/Cotton Yappily Ever After Dog Groom Tuxedo, Medium, 16-Inch

A sharp-looking suit for the dog of the hour. Groom tuxedo pairs a white satin button-down shirt with a double-breasted tux coat with tails. Comfortable, easy-fit design has Velcro closures and a high cut belly. Shipped in a polybag with a hanger and hangtag. Machine wash cold on a gentle cycle, line dry. Medium size is fit for beagle, bichon frise, brittany spaniel, cairn terrier, cocker spaniel, corgi, jack russell terrier, lhasa apso, scottish terrier. Measures 16-inch in length. Made of 65-percent polyester and 35-percent cotton. Read More »

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