Dog bites on children are an epidemic according to the Center for Disease Control. Too many parents (and their canine companions) are unprepared for the implications of bringing a baby into the house.
Designed for new and expecting parents, this self-paced video course teaches parents how to prepare your dog for the rough handling of children.
In the Good Dog, Happy Baby video course, you’ll learn everything you need to know for the arrival of your baby—the training techniques—that assure your dog is on his best behavior when baby comes.
“Mike’s course restored sanity in our lives and taught us how we (my husband and me, our baby, and our dogs) could co-exist in a way that works for everyone. If you follow Mike’s Program, you will effectively teach your dog that you are in control, not him or her.” —Anna, Client
“A practical guide written with style and a sense of humor by one who truly understands the behavior of dogs and the relationship they have with their human families.” —Joyce Weidman, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
How do you prepare your dog for the arrival of your baby? Michael Wombacher works with dog owners to prevent problems between dogs and children. He has seen too many families surrender their beloved dogs because they didn’t prepare him for the arrival of a baby.
In Good Dog, Happy Baby, Mike outlines a twelve-step process that gives you the skills to navigate this new era in your life: how to evaluate dogs, resolve common behavior problems, and fully prepare your dog for a new baby.
This easy-to-use guide is filled with photos and simple instructions.
I found that the training tactics in this book created a balanced approach of behavior correction coupled with positive reinforcement that get quick results! I couldn’t be happier with my dogs’ progress (I have four of them all over the age of 9 years)! This book works and it works quickly! Do NOT buy any other dog/baby preparation book. You will be wasting your time, energy and money! —Hillary E. Swain
I bought this book for my best friends who is expecting her 1st baby and loves the book. I can’t wait to read it myself. As a Vet Tech I would like to recommend it for my patients. Will buy again! —Yvette Rodriguez
There’s a Puppy in the House leaves no topic relevant to puppy raising untouched.
Written in an easy and engaging style, it addresses housebreaking and areas of concern for new puppy owners like home manners, socializing, and obedience training. This book contains a day-by-day, week-by-week timeline explaining how and when to introduce the exercises in this book.
It contains over 200 photos and illustrations demonstrating how to perform every exercise discussed. This user friendly, highly functional guide maximizes the joys of puppy ownership and minimizes the frustrations.
Finally, someone who knows what new puppy owners need: answers and fast. Devoid of long and abstract tracts on training theory, this book goes right to what the owner needs, explains what you need to know, and solves your problems asap. But it’s much more than that. It contains a systematic, rigorous and totally thorough approach to raising your puppy along with tons of photos that show you how to do everything. There’s more in this book than in books twice the size. In fact, once you read this you’ll set all the others aside for good. —Enrique Velasquez