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Choosing and Bringing Home a Dog

What Are Dogs and Why Do They Behave That Way?
The History Behind the Beast: How Dogs Came to Be Dogs 
In the beginning
Wolves initiate domestication 
Humans make the second move 
The end result: Perpetual puppies 
Understanding the Evolution of the Dog and Human Relationship 
People and dogs: A parallel evolution 
Seeing how domestication shaped dogs’ personalities 
A dog’s senses never change: Dealing with sensory overload 
Infl uencing Your Dog’s Learning 
Keeping age in mind 
Putting commands to work
Ain’t Misbehavin’: Examining Dog Behaviors and Human Responses 
Why dogs act out 
Dissecting daily frustrations 
Reality bites: Inside canine aggression 

Ready, Set, Stop: What You Need to
Know Before You Choose a Dog 
Considering Your Lifestyle 
The Money Angle: Keeping Canine Expenses in Mind 
Recognizing Your Responsibilities 
Keeping your dog safe 
Exercising your pooch
Providing adequate shelter 
Taking part in training 
Remembering essential vet care
Testing Your Readiness: Rent-a-Dog 

Considering All the Options 
Puppies Are Precious, but 
Pros and cons of adopting a puppy
Pros and cons of adopting an adult dog
Considering Sex and Size 
Choosing a Pooch to Match Your Pep 
Factoring In Temperament
Exploring breed temperament 
Understanding the basics of temperament 
Go-getters, chill-outers, wait-and-seers
Thinking about Health and Longevity 
Signs of a healthy dog 
The great big world: How the dog interacts 
Picking Your Perfect Puppy 
Is a Christmas puppy a good idea? 
Working with a breeder
Puppy testing
Bringing Home a Puppy 
The name game 
Puppy’s fi rst night 

Looking for Love in All the Right Places
Searching at Shows
Talking with exhibitors 
Benefi ting from their experience 
Checking Out the Club Scene 
Researching Off- and Online
Bonding with a Breeder 
Recognizing a good breeder 
Knowing what questions to ask a breeder 
Answering the breeder’s questions
Recognizing that breeding makes no cents 
Diggin’ That Doggie in the Window 
Identifying a conscientious pet store 
Getting the best from a pet store 

Adopting an Orphan
Buying from Afar 
Getting the ball rolling
Making travel plans 
Adopting a Rescue or Ricochet Dog
Rescues: Giving a Home to the Hopeless 
Understanding how rescue systems work 
Recognizing who gets rescued 
Rehoming Ricochet Dogs 
Finding Restful Homes for Retirees
Sorting through Shelter Stats
Considering Pup’s Early Environment 
Timing Your Adoption 
When You’re the Matchmaker: Stray Dogs 

Helping Your Adopted Dog Make the Homecoming Transition
Preparing Your Pad
Puppy-proofi ng fi rst, even for adult dogs
Gathering essential doggy accoutrements
Welcoming Doggy Home 
Dog, meet potty spot
Showing your dog to her den 
Introducing people 
Introducing other pets 
Calming Your Puppy Based on Her Age 
Acclimating a young pup (8 to 12 weeks)
Catching up an older pup (12 weeks and older) 
Teaching Your Puppy to Be Accepting of All People 
Socializing your young puppy (8 to 12 weeks)
Shaping up older puppies 
Introducing your puppy to people of all shapes and sizes 
Conditioning Your Puppy to Life’s Surprises
Other animals
Weather patterns 
Various noises 

All the Right Stuff 
Outdoor Accessories: Fences, Dog Runs, and Barriers
Good fences make good dogs 
Kennel runs
Electric fences
Entrances and exits 
Doghouses: Protection from the elements 

Indoor Comforts: Crates and Beds 
Reaching for crateness 
Letting sleeping dogs lie . . . in their own bed 
Canine Tableware 
Collars and Leashes
The everyday collar 
Training collars 
The Wonderful World of Toys 
Green Dog Accessories 
Bedding with eco-benefits
Toys you can be proud of 
Eco-leashes and collars 
Green duds
Green suds 

Understanding Your New
Roommate’s View of the World 
Recognizing the Eight Stages of Dog Development 
Infancy (8 to 12 weeks) 
The terrible twos (12 to 16 weeks) 
The budding adolescent (16 to 24 weeks) 
Puppy puberty (6 to 9 months)
The trying teen (9 to 12 months)
The young adult (12 to 24 months) 
The adult dog (2 to 8 years) 
The senior dog (8 years and older)
Understanding Your Puppy’s Basic Needs 
Going potty 
Speaking Doglish and Presenting Yourself As Top Dog 
Eye contact: Attention = affi rmation
Body language: Stand up and stay calm
Tone: Using the three D’s
Gimme, Gimme, Gimme: Puppies Want All the Attention 
The power of positive attention
Why negative attention doesn’t work 
Showing Your Pup How to Live in a Human World 
Recognize and modify your personality 
Never blame the pup 
Recognize the pup’s unique personality

Understanding How Hierarchy Differs from Democracy 
It’s in their genes
Asserting benevolent authority
Establishing your social status 

Fido and the Law 
Discovering the Laws That Affect You 
Making it offi cial: Getting a dog license 
Vaccinating your dog 
Spaying and neutering 
Staying Out of Trouble
Taking care of business: The scoop on poop 
Leash laws
Noise ordinances 
Regulating Dangerous Dogs
Preventing Canine Cruelty
Breaking free from the chains 
Dogs in vehicles
Setting limits on numbers


Dog Nutrition and Health

The Scoop on Dog Food 
Water-soluble vitamins 
Fat-soluble vitamins
Major minerals 
Trace minerals 
The Main Types of Dog Food 
Reading a Dog Food Label 
The product display panel
The information panel 
Figuring Out How Much to Feed Your Dog 
Choosing the Best Food for Your Dog 
Paying Attention to How You Feed Your Dog 
Organic Options for Feeding Your Dog 

Vaccinations and Common Health Issues 
Vaccinating against Viruses
Canine parvovirus
Kennel cough 
Battling Bacteria
Lyme disease 
Fighting the Fungus among Us 
Preventing Parasites 
Being Aware of Which Bugs Infect Humans 

Canine First Aid 
Being Prepared for an Emergency
Assembling a canine fi rst-aid kit
Knowing your dog before an emergency 
Knowing What to Do in an Emergency 
Approaching an accident scene 
Handling an injured dog 
Examining an injured dog
Administering CPR 
Giving fi rst-aid treatment 

Preventing and Treating Diseases:
Working with Your Vet
Knowing What to Expect from the Annual Checkup 
Health history 
Physical examination
Heartworm check
Blood chemistry, urinalysis, and vaccinations 
Choosing the Right Vet for You and Your Dog 
Neutering Your Dog
Helping Your Dog Enjoy His Trip to the Vet 
Covering the Costs
Personal savings plans
Pet insurance 
Clinic-based HMOs 
Pet-care credit companies 

Getting the Lead Out: Exercising Your Dog
Recognizing the Benefi ts of Exercise
Being Creative with Your Dog’s Exercise Routine 
Instinctive activities
Jogging and running 
Horse and hound
Scheduling Time for Your New Dog 
Feeding time
Potty time
Knowing How Much Exercise Your Dog Needs
Adult dogs 
Older dogs 
Trying Your Paws at Canine Sports
Exercising Indoors 
Paying Attention to the Heat When You Exercise Your Dog 
Giving Your Dog Things to Do While You’re Away 
Occupying busy paws 
Doggie daycare 
Dog walkers
Pet sitters

Caring for an Aging Dog
Special Care for Canine Seniors 
Some Common Age-Related Health Problems 
Decline of the senses
Lumps and bumps
Reasonable Accommodations 
Knowing When It’s Time to Let Go 
Evaluating euthanasia options
Dealing with loss 
What If You Go First? 

Dog Breeding 101 
What to Expect If You Decide to Breed
A Dog-Breeding Primer 
The importance of quality 
Heat, mating, and gestation 
The Principles of Breeding Dogs 
Choosing Your Own Style 
The conservative breeder
Keeping an eye on the prize
Outcrossing for elusive qualities 
Sex-linked characteristics: Finding the formula
Start with the Bitches 
Why you don’t need to keep males 
The importance of foundation bitches 
When you breed a fi ne male 
Moving Outward: Making Partnerships
So You Have Puppies: Now What? 
Whelping and emergencies
Birth to 3 weeks
3 to 5 weeks 
5 to 7 weeks
Finding Proper Homes for Puppies 


Cleanliness Is Next to Dogliness: Grooming 

What Good Grooming Is All About
Big Hairy Deal: Why Grooming Is Important 
Keeping clean company 
Presenting a positive public image 
Eliminating the spread of dirt and disease
Determining whether something’s really
wrong with your dog internally 
Considering the Necessary Investment
The cost in money 
The cost in time 
The added investment: Grooming for show 
Getting Familiar with Your Dog’s Coat 
Coat types: Single versus double 
Coat textures 

Coat length
Coat color 
Having the Proper Tools on Hand 
Knowing When to Call a Pro 
Considering the cost 
Looking for a professional groomer 
Screening a professional groomer 

The Basics of Brushing and Bathing
Do-It-Yourself Canine Hair Styling 
Beyond pulling hairs: Making the experience pleasant 
Gathering the tools you need 
Brushing up on basic techniques 
Rub-a-Dub-Dub: Washing Your Dog 
Making bath time a pleasant experience 
Gathering the tools you need 
Scrubbing bubbles: Bathing your dog 

Caring for Nails, Teeth, Nose, Ears, Eyes, Face, and . . . Elsewhere
The Art of the Paw-dicure 
Making toenail trimming a pleasant experience 
Gathering the tools you need 
Nailing trimming basics 
Do You Hear What I Hear? 
Making ear cleaning more pleasant 
Gathering the tools you need 
Cleaning your dog’s ears 
Recognizing an ear problem 
No Butts About It: Getting Expressive 
Gathering the tools you need
Expressing yourself 
Care for Those Pearly Whites 
Making brushing doggie pleasant
Gathering the tools you need 
Brushing your dog’s teeth 
Spotting a dental problem 
Shiny, Bright Eyes
Making cleansing your dog’s eyes pleasant 
Don’t cry for me Argentina: Addressing tear stains 
Gathering the tools you need 
Eyeing other eye issues 
Knowing when your dog has an eye problem

Face Time 
Gathering the tools you need 
Facing off 
Chapter 4:

Deciding Whether to Clip Your Dog
Getting Acquainted with Your Tools
Deciding which clippers to buy 
Becoming a blade-runner 
Snapping on guide combs
Using scissors
Getting Down to Clipping Business
Preparing for success 
Using clippers safely
Making your fi rst clip 
Attempting a Pet cut 
Oops! Righting a wrong 


Training, Agility, and Shows

Housetraining 101 
What Housetraining Is and Why It Matters 
Why Your Dog Can’t Be “a Little Bit Housetrained” 
Exploring Housetraining Methods
Location, location, location: Outdoor versus indoor training 
Looking at lifestyle factors to help you choose your method 
Understanding the Role You and Your Family Play 
Scheduling Outdoor Training for Adult Dogs 
Training the Housetrainer: Taking the Right Approach 
Using Your Pooch’s Instincts to Lay a Foundation
The training your dog has already had, whether puppy or adult
Learning from mom 
Den dynamics 
Cleanliness is next to dogliness 
Life without guilt 
Learning by repetition 
The need for attachment 
How instincts can be thwarted 
Taking the 21st-Century Approach to Housetraining 
Seeing your dog’s point of view 
Being benevolent 
Working with your dog’s instincts 

Creating a schedule 
Rewarding the good, ignoring the goofs 
Being consistent 
Attending to details 

Teaching Your Dog Manners 
A Few Words about Aggression 
Developing the Right Attitude toward Training 
Keys to Success 
Be on the same team 
Be positive
Be fair with corrections 
Be consistent 
Build on your successes 
Tools for Teaching 
Getting your dog’s attention
Giving praise 
Training with treats 
Maintaining control and giving correction
Using a release word 
Using a Crate: A Playpen for Your Puppy 
Finding the right crate
Coaxing your dog into the crate 
Helping your dog get used to the crate
Great Things They Don’t Teach in Obedience Class 
Go to Your Bed 
Don’t Touch or Leave It 
Traveling with Your Dog 
The well-equipped travel dog 
The well-prepared dog lover 
Travel by car 
Travel by air 
Dog-friendly vacations
Getting past “no dogs allowed” — it’s possible 
Keeping the world safe for canine travelers

Basic Training and Beyond
The First Step: Leash Training Your Dog 
Teaching the Basics 
Playing the Sit-Stay game

Releasing: The magic word is “Okay”
Getting the dog down (and staying down)
Go lie down, doggy!
Dashing Your Dog’s Dashing Habits 
Door and stair manners 
The doorbell and guests
Setting the Tone for Proper Table Manners
Walking Your Dog 
Born to pull 
Heeling on leash 
Changing direction
Changing pace
Winning the Game of Coming When Called 
Training your dog to come when called 
Adding distractions
Advancing to off-leash distractions 
Mastering the “Leave It” Command 

Teaching Your Dog Tricks
Some Simple Moves: Tricks for a Happy, Loving Dog 
Wag Your Tail 
Give Me a Hug 
Introducing Interactive Play 
Hide and Seek
Where’s Sally? The name game 
The Shell Game
Catch Me
Digging for China 
Playing with the Plain Ol’ Paw 
Doing the basic Paw 
Paw variations: Shaking things up 
Celebrating success: High Five and Go for Ten 
Hit It! Targeting paw tricks with lights, doors, and music .
Roll Over 
Ain’t Too Proud to Beg 
The naturals: Teaching the art of begging 
Bowser bracers: Begging for a little help 
Expanding Your Repertoire with Stretching Tricks 
Super stretching 
Taking a Bow

The Ins and Outs of Agility Training
Planning for a Good Training Session
The Jumps: Taking a First Leap into Agility Training 
Setting up the jumps for training
Going over: Making the jumps
Working on specifi c types of jumps

Going Through Tunnels
Introducing open-ended tunnels
The chute: Introducing closed tunnels
Modifying tunnel positions 
Waiting on Tables 
Step 1: Encouraging quick positioning
Step 2: Going to the table 
Step 3: Practicing table positions 
Step 4: Holding — 1-2-3-4-5 go 
Acing the A-frame 
Staying Balanced on the Dog Walk 

Best in Show: Showing Your Dog 
Discovering the World of Dog Shows 
Achieving high standards 
Who can compete? 
Types of conformation dog shows
Getting to know the cast of characters 
Understanding the basics of competition 
Deciding If Showing Is Right for You 
Taking it all in: Being an informed spectator 
Pros of showing 
Cons of showing 
Getting in Gear to Show 
Throwing yourself into training 
Mastering the stack 
Getting ahead with gaiting 
Choosing a handler
Competing: Let the Games Begin!
Arriving at the show 
Entering the ring 
Judging: The process 
Playing nice: Good sportsmanship

Meet the Breeds
Profiling the Toy Group 
Profiling the Working Group 
Profiling the Herding Group 
Profi ling the Hound Group 

Profiling the Terrier Group 
Profi ling the Sporting Group 
Profi ling the Non-Sporting Group 
Profi ling the Mixed Breeds 
Introducing the Mixed Breeds 
Making sense of mixed breed history
Hitting the big-time 
Delving into Designer Dogs 
The Pros
The Cons 
Getting Some Breed Insight 
Poodle pairings 
Pug pairings 
Toy pairings 
Bichon Frise pairings 
Border Collie pairings 

Glossary Plus 
Dog Resources
Web Sites 
National Registry Sources 
Grooming and Grooming Supplies 
Veterinary Groups 
Pet Supplies
Dog Training 
Animal Charities 

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