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16-Month Calendar, 12 by 12-Inch

Our 16 month wall calendars are usable from September 2014 until the end of December 2015 so you can use them right away! We always use the best possible shots that are available and are very careful and proud of the selection process. Fabulous quality and the best possible design. Perfect for yourself or as a gift to be enjoyed all year long.

Your German Shepherd Puppy Month By Month

Your German Shepherd Puppy Month-by-Month provides readers with everything they need to know and do at each stage of development to make sure their playful, energetic puppy grows into a happy, healthy, and well-adjusted companion. Expert authors Liz Palika, vet Deb Eldredge, and breeder Joanne Olivier team up to cover all the questions new owners tend to have and many they don’t think to ask, including: What to ask the breeder before bringing your puppy home. Which vaccinations your puppy needs and when to get them. How to make potty training as smooth (and quick) as possible. What do to when your puppy cries at night. Why and how to crate train your puppy. When socialization should happen and how to make sure it does. When your puppy is ready to learn basic commands-like Sit, Stay, and Come-and the best way to teach them. When and how to go about leash training. How much exercise your puppy needs to stay physically and mentally healthy. What, how much, and when to feed your puppy to give him the nutrition he needs without the extra weight he doesn’t. When your puppy is ready for obedience training and how to make sure it works. How and how often to bath your puppy, brush his coat, clip his nails, and brush his teeth. How to know what requires a trip to the vet and what doesn’t. What causes problem behaviors, when to expect them, and how to correct them.

Your Labrador Retriever Puppy Month By Month

Your Labrador Retriever Month by Month guides new owners through their Lab pup’s first year and beyond. Each chapter covers a month and includes sections on physical development, health, nutrition, grooming, social skills, behavior, training, and most important, just enjoying your new new Lab puppy.You’ll learn about the important contribution the breeder makes to starting your pup out on the right paw, and how to continue the puppy’s socialization and training once you bring him home. As he grows, you’ll be ready to meet the challenges of owning an active Lab, and at the same time keeping him safe and healthy.The book has over 350 pages, broken down into easy-to-read sections, with plenty of extra tips and tricks to help you successfully raise your Lab puppy. It’s a resource I hope you’ll turn to throughout your dog’s life. Whether your new puppy grows up to be a pet, hunting dog, or competitor, this book is for you!Many Labrador retriever experts contributed their time and expertise to the production of this book. Special thanks to Barb and Don Ironside of Fawnhaven Labradors, breeders of many champions and master hunters, and Deb M Eldredge DVM, co-author of Dog Owner’s Home Veterinary Handbook, 2nd Edition. They read every word and spent countless hours answering my questions.I hope this book will provide the answers you seek, and that you’ll enjoy many years with your Labrador retriever.Sincerely,¬†Terry Albert