Cesar Millan, international bestselling author of Cesar's Way, TV star of National Geographic's Dog Whisperer and household name in dog training, turns his attention to puppies. Everything you'll ever need to know about getting it right from the start and for life.
The perfect book for the millions of people every year who consider bringing a puppy into their lives as well as those who have already brought a dog home. Based on Cesar s own detailed experiences raising individual puppies from some of the most popular breeds, How to Raise the Perfect Dog is like having Cesar right beside you.
HOW TO RAISE THE PERFECT DOG INCLUDES:
What to expect from each stage of your puppy's development; quick and easy housebreaking; the essentials of proper nutrition; the importance of vaccinating and of not over-vaccinating; creating perfect obedience from day one through rules, boundaries, and calm-assertive leadership; how to avoid the most common mistakes owners make raising puppies and young dogs; and how to correct any issue before it becomes a problem.
Icon to dog owners all over the world... The man is a dog wizard, a genius - Anne Shooter, Daily Mail
[Cesar] arrives amid canine chaos and leaves behind peace. - Malcolm Gladwell, The New Yorker
Have you just welcomed a new puppy into the fold and desperately need some expert doggy training advice? Then you should read Cesar Millan's new book How to Raise the Perfect Dog. - Dog's Life Magazine
Founder of the Dog Psychology Center in Los Angeles, CESAR MILLAN is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Cesar's Way, Be the Pack Leader, Member of the Family. How to Raise the Perfect Dog and Cesar's Rules. He is the star of The Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan, the Nat Geo Wild Channel's top-rated show. In addition to his educational seminars and work with unstable dogs, Cesar co-founded the Cesar and Ilusion Millan Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to helping shelters and rescue groups. 'Cesar you're a marvel, an absolute marvel'
- Paul O'Grady, The Paul O'Grady Show.'[Cesar] arrives amid canine chaos and leaves behind peace.' - Malcolm Gladwell, The New Yorker.