Grooming Your Dog at Home eBook Review

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Groom Your Dog at Home (and Be a Proud Dog Parent)

Rating: [Rating:4.5/5]

Author:

Editor: Amy West

Year: 2008

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Price: $19.95

Who said grooming a should be a hassle? Now you can take pride that YOU yourself can groom your dog on your own – right from the comfort of your home! Say good-bye to the hassles of that monthly trip to the professional groomer…

Highlights

This amazing E-Book discusses in step-by-step details how to:

* Trim your dog’s nails
* Clean your dog’s ears
* Clip your dog’s hairs
* Take care of skin and coat
* Keep your dog’s eyes clean
* Brush your pet’s
* Combat “doggy smell”
* Hassle-Free brushing
* Having No dog hair on the furniture
* Keeping your dog’s breath fresh
* Using proper tools for proper grooming activities

And way more than I can list here

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And most importantly, with these secrets you can groom your dog yourself, AT Home!

Recently, I found this awesome e-Book package on dog grooming that not only contains tips and secrets that will make the experience of grooming your dog pleasurable and hassle-free, it puts together a plethora of grooming information on different .

Written by Amy West – a top-notch professional Dog Groomer, this fully-illustrated 117-page e-book, Groom Your Dog At Home – The Ultimate Guide will teach you how to easily groom your dog step-by-step without hiring a pro, and of course, it will help you save and money.

But, what is more important is: By grooming your dog yourself, you will nurture the most loving relationship with your . Won’t you feel proud when your dog becomes a head turner in your
block?

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This handy E-Book package is a treasure-trove of valuable information for all dog owners who wants their dogs to stay healthy and feel healthy.

It doesn’t matter whether you have a “cumbersome” large like a St. Bernard or a Great Dane . . . or a tiny Chihuahua . . . There’s even an entire chapter devoted to the difficult to groom Poodle.

You can now learn the ultimate secrets of the professional dog groomers and provide your cherished family member with outstanding grooming – all on your own.

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I was among the very few lucky people who got the opportunity to have a pre-read. And wow! I was thoroughly impressed with the contents and the amount of information the book provides! I thought I must share this with you as it is one of the most comprehensive and info-packed guides on Grooming that I have come across or read so far.

Grooming Your Dog at Home – An Ultimate Guide

Bonus Books

What does it take to make a great thing better? It’s simple. Just give more of it. Throw in a couple of great products into an already fabulous kit and make things go completely OVER THE TOP – make it burst at the seams by stuffing in as many goodies as you can!

“Groom Your Dog At Home” e-book – brings your way two extra complimentary
gifts. The Two Special Bonus Offers are:

1. The Ultimate Grooming Tools: Inside this bonus book is information about every tool you’ll ever need to perform top-notch, quality grooming for your dog. Also find fully-illustrated grooming tools for your dog along with support that are vital.

2. Care of White & Light-Coated Dogs: Inside the Pages of this second bonus book, you’ll learn the proper ways to deal with the common problems of dogs who have white or light-colored coats. Discover the good health practices that are essential to keeping these dogs’ coats shiny and healthy . . . including a healthy diet.

To take full of these bonus offers.

Grooming Your Dog at Home – An Ultimate Guide

Highly Recommended

I can assure you one thing, as a dog owner myself, I feel this information will immensely help every dog owner. You can now give your dog the professional quality grooming that he truly deserves in the convenience of your own home. And you can save time, money and stress at the same time.

Grooming Your Dog at Home – An Ultimate Guide


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SitStayFetch – Dog Obedience Training eBook Review

SitStayFetch – Dog Obedience Training

Rating: 5 out of 5

Author: Dan Stevens

Editor: Dan Stevens

Year: 2008

Category: Dog

Publisher: eBook

Price: $37

What Is It?

SitStayFetch presents a very detailed and thorough look at how to both prevent and deal with the more common problem dog behaviors. As the owner of three(!) moderately troublesome mutts myself, I’ve spent a fair amount of searching the ‘Net for reliable resources on this topic, and I have to say that the level of knowledge and detail contained within the pages of this collection is quite impressive for an online book.

Not only that, but – again, unusual for this medium – the information at hand is actually (gasp!) reliable. Yep, that’s right – this one’s a whole new kettle of fish. Written by a seasoned dog trainer, you can relax in the knowledge that all the tips and advice included are tried and true, and come from Stevens’ real-life experiences as a professional dog trainer.

What’s Covered?

There’s a pretty impressive range of information packed into this guide. It’s not just the problem behaviors that are covered: the book starts off with new-owner advice (how to choose a puppy/dog, the best places to get one from, breed information, puppy/dog-proofing your home, the first vet visit, housetraining, etc) and then moves on to the more advanced stuff: behavioral problems (such as aggression, dominance, chewing, digging, excessive barking, separation anxiety, to name a few), intermediate-level obedience commands, health-related dog problems (allergies, cat/dog coexistence, fleas, heatstroke, and so on), and advanced commands and tricks.

Click Here to Visit Dan Steven’s SitStayFetch Website

Particularly Good Parts

In addition to the contents listed above, there’s also a pretty impressive section on dog whispering, which – in case you haven’t heard of it already – is a method of dog training based on a philosophy of clear communication and mutual respect. It’s been popularized in recent years by Cesar Millan (“The Dog Whisperer”), and is becoming increasingly well-known as an alternative and humane method for disciplining and training your dog. SitStayFetch has dedicated an entire section to dog whispering: Daniel Stevens explains the background of the technique, how to utilize voice and body language to your best advantage, and how to use the technique to calmly, assertively, and effectively correct and train your dog. Step-by-set instructions are included for the common commands (sit, down, come, stay, quiet, etc).

It makes for some pretty interesting reading – and, after trying out the basics on my own recalcitrant pooch, I was amazed at how effective the techniques suggested are. Highly recommended!

I Freebies (Who Doesn’t?)

There’s just something about getting something for nothing. And, although my magpie-like acquisitiveness have led me into less-than-productive purchases in the past, in this particular case I’m happy to report that SitStayFetch hasn’t let me down: the freebies included with this book are not only numerous, they’re actually useful(wow!)

The book itself costs $37. For this price, you get a complete and detailed manual on training your dog, preventing and handling behavioral problems, and a whole bunch of general-knowledge tips and advice.

You also get a handful of practical freebies: four bonus books, dealing respectively with advanced housetraining how-to’s and troubleshooting (including both the crate- and paper-training methods); a detailed study on resolving canine aggression; how to effectively groom your dog (including information on coat care for specific breeds, dental care, and nail- how-to’s); and finally, how to begin training your dog for security work.

Another particularly useful freebie: a personalized consultation with a member of the Kingdom of Pets team. If you’ve got an issue with your dog that you’d like some individual attention on, you can flick them a quick email and receive a personalized, thorough reply packed with expert advice and practical tips.

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Altogether, I’m pretty impressed with this package. I’ve owned dogs on and off my whole life, starting from when I was ten – I would have thought that I was better-prepared than most to handle the quirks and caprices of my canine friends.

But since reading this book, I think my pre-SitStayFetch self was (embarrassingly) perhaps a trifle more complacent than knowledgeable – I’ve learned more since reading this manual than I’ve picked up in a near-lifetime’s worth of contact with dogs (do you know how to stop your dog from tugging on the leash, without using a check-chain? Well, I do – but until I got my hands on a copy of this book, I certainly didn’t!)

Several of the training techniques present a refreshingly common-sense, down-to-earth approach to dog training; others require a little more effort (take dog whispering as an example) but yield some pretty dramatic results. I liked the way that more than one training technique is detailed, to allow the reader to pick and choose the techniques that best suit themselves and their individual dogs.

Pros
– Easy, fun reading
– Thorough, comprehensive, and accurate
– Lots of examples

Cons
– More expensive than other similar (though less comprehensive) books

I feel comfortable in recommending this package to anyone who owns, or is thinking about owning, a dog. You don’t need to have a “problem pet” for the manual to be of assistance: there’s information included that’ll be useful to any and all dog owners.

In a nutshell: highly recommended.

Click Here to Visit Dan Steven’s SitStayFetch Website

Click Here to Sign up for Dan Steven’s FREE 6 Day Dog Behavior and Training course

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