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How To Train Your Puppies - cover

How To Train Your Puppies

Santanu Ray

Publisher: Santanu Ray

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This book will serve as an eye-opener for new puppy owners. Based on the latest scientific research and experiences and observations of puppy owners world wide this books solves many questions that arises in the mind of puppy owners at the initial stage of puppy training. The book not only contains useful information regarding starting from general behavior to food habit but also including training and interesting aspects of puppy's gifted nature. This is the first part of the series.

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