This, of course, especially goes for their behavioral training while they’re just pups.
This is why you need to know which books are actually worth your time.
In that name, here we have 5 best dog training books that are:
- and most importantly – written by professionals so you know they work.
Let’s get busy!
“Cesar’s Way” By Cesar Millan
The full title of this book is “Cesar’s Way: The Natural, Everyday Guide to Understanding and Correcting Common Dog Problems” and it is simply amazing if you are a new and inexperienced dog owner. The book somewhat gained a cult status in the dog training book world for it is written by one of the most popular dog experts of today.
“The Art Of Raising A Puppy” By Monks Of New Skete
This book stresses the time-consuming responsibilities of dog ownership and its rewards, and it does this in a rather unique and fun way.
“Dog Training” By Renee Harvey
Full title reads “Dog Training: Complete Guide to Training Your Dog or Puppy to Be Obedient and Well Behaved,” and this amazingly detailed book covers numerous training points along with strategies and requirements.
“How To Raise The Perfect Dog” By Cesar Millan
Cesar Millan wrote this guide with the help of Melissa Jo Peltier. The book includes examples from puppies Millan raised, but also discussions from experienced breeders and dog trainers. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or an experienced owner, this book will definitely be worth your while.
“The Puppy Primer” By Patricia B. Mcconnell & Brenda Scidmore
This extremely fun and helpful book will guide you through every aspect of raising a puppy via: games, helpful hints and trouble-shooting tips.
Whichever book you choose in the end, please do remember one thing: patience is key! “Go in with the mindset that if our puppy has an accident or doesn’t pick up on a command right away, he’ll likely get it very soon, and we can reward better behavior next time,” says Denise Mange, a professional dog trainer.