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Surviving Your Dog's Adolescence - A Positive Training Program - cover

Surviving Your Dog's Adolescence - A Positive Training Program

Carol Lea Benjamin

Publisher: Howell Book House

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In Praise of Surviving Your Dog's Adolescence"Carol Benjamin has brought her usual wit and insight to bear on what is one of the most troubling phases for dog owners.... Whether you're having difficulties with a youngster or have a puppy who will soon be an adolescent, you can't help but benefit from reading this book." Robert G. Maxwell President, The American Kennel Club"A concise and practical guide Zthat] confronts almost every potential problem...with solid advice and good humor. It is destined to become a dog owner's next best friend." Roger A. Caras President, ASPCAA Howell Dog Book of Distinction

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