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Master Dog Training - A Complete Guide on How to Train Your Best Puppy and Golden Retriever Training Explained - cover

Master Dog Training - A Complete Guide on How to Train Your Best Puppy and Golden Retriever Training Explained

Antony Golden

Publisher: Youcanprint

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Summary

The guide that will allow you to train and grow up your Golden Retriever Puppy: "Master Dog Training: a Complete Guide on How to Train Your Best Puppy and Golden Retriever Training Explained" by Antony Golden!

The Golden Retriever dog is among the 10 most popular and intelligent dog breeds. They are handsome and charming; with the right amount of training, exercise and social interaction they can become friendly, playful and very social dogs. It is no wonder then, that they are a favorite breed as pet companions, guide dogs for the blind, therapy dogs, drug-sniffing and search and rescue, among others.

Training a Golden Retriever requires a little bit of patience, a variety of treats and toys, and obviously knowledge. This last requirement can be fixed by "Master Dog Training: a Complete Guide on How to Train Your Best Puppy and Golden Retriever Training Explained" by Antony Golden.

Here's what you'll know at the end of the book:

how to choose a Golden Retriever puppy

preparing for your puppy training

best ways to exercise your puppy

training obedience

how to teach a Golden Retriever to come on command

...and much more!

Add to cart now "Master Dog Training" by Antony Golden!

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