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"Who Else Wants To Raise Your New Puppy To Be A Healthy, Fun Loving, Well-Behaved Dog . . . And The Envy Of Family And Friends?"
From: Edie MacKenzie & Wally
Greetings New Puppy Owner!
What would it be like to easily potty train your new puppy, teach them to play beautifully with children, and control their constant biting?
Well, for starters: You'd start getting compliments about your puppy from family and friends. Which means you’ll feel you're on your way to experiencing the joy of a well-trained, well-behaved, and obedient dog.
Hi, my name is Edie MacKenzie. And as someone who has owned, raised, and trained Retriever mixes for over 20 years, I know how frustrating and demanding a new puppy is in your life. I also know what it feels like to have a dog that's an absolute pleasure to be around.
So I think you'll agree that having a well-behaved dog is a result of doing the right things when they’re still a puppy.
Now, I’ve raised and trained well-behaved and healthy dogs - but it took me 20 years to build the skills and knowledge necessary to take a puppy and turn it into the dog I wanted to enjoy for 15 or more years.
My point is not to boast.
It’s to show you that I’ve already put a lot of hard work into how to correctly raise a puppy, so you get the mature dog you want and expect. And the result of that effort is a resource designed to help you to shortcut those 20 years, by giving you the sum of that 20 years experience along with the knowledge and wisdom of dozens of other dog owners.
And trust me, as you think about raising your puppy you don't want to make potty training, biting, or socialization mistakes.
What you are about to discover is how to avoid making those mistakes by applying proven methods used by dog experts as well known as Jan Fennel and Cesar Milan.
And you know what? They're easy to learn and simple to use.
So, here’s a small sample of what you’re going to learn:
||Why it’s critical to have a regular AND emergency veterinarian set up before bringing your puppy home. See why on page 20
||The 7 ways to Puppy-proofing your home. Pages 27-29
||How to set-up a feeding schedule (and why it changes as your puppy grows!), the types of food to feed them, and how much to feed your puppy. Discover them on pages 40
||Why you must never, ever give your puppy onions, grapes, chocolate, or raisins! See page 29
||What the "right" tasks for your children are with a new puppy. . . and why! Pages 33-36
||Why introducing your puppy to a new dog must always happen on neutral territory (Find out why on page 37)
||How to teach your puppy not to bite using a simple method that always works! (Page 42)
||How crate training can prevent chewing and facilitate house training! Pages 65-74
||The absolutely, critical role socialization plays in your puppy’s growth and development. See page 86
||And. . . the 7 development stages and how each one is critical to your puppy's physical, mental, and psychological health. (Pages 92-98)
I think you'll agree that sounds pretty good.
In fact, let's look at the Table of Contents
- Chapter 1 - Before You Bring Your Puppy Home
- Chapter 2 - Expenses? Do Tell!
- Chapter 3 - Is Your Home A Puppy Hazard Zone?
- Chapter 4 - Bringing Home Your New Bundle Of Fur
- Chapter 5 - Feeding Your Puppy
- Chapter 6 - Who Knew Puppy Teeth Were So Sharp?
- Chapter 7 - Activities
- Chapter 8 - Things To Check Regularly
- Chapter 9 - Grooming
- Chapter 10 - Basic Training
- Chapter 11 - Crate Training
- Chapter 12 - House Training Your Puppy
- Chapter 13 - Puppy Jumping
- Chapter 14 - Socialization
- Chapter 15 - Alpha Dog Behaviour
- Chapter 15 - Puppy Development Stage
Here's what I want to offer you: There's never been a resource like this before on puppies. And when you see it, you'll know why.
Just consider that if you had somebody take the time to research and write a book with all the information I've included, it would cost you well over $250.
And - when you realize how much you'll spend to raise your puppy and care for it over the next 12-15 years it’s easy to see how avoiding just one little mistake could save you 5 or 10 times the investment in this ebook.
You’re going to love it, because it’s the perfect solution for people who want their puppy to become a well-behaved and obedient dog - as well as a smart investment.
Now how surprised would you be to find out the price is just $7?
Yes, for the price of lunch at McDonalds or a latte and scone at your favorite coffeee shop you get what you need to turn your adorable yet unruly puppy into the mature well-trained, healthy dog you want. It will feel like you've spent a penny to make a dollar. . . over and over again.
And here's the best part: Anyone can raise a puppy properly and it's easy - when you have good information and guidance! :-)
Now there's much more I don't have space to tell you about here. But you can be confident. . .
Nothing Was Left Out - These 100 Pages Contain The Wisdom Of Dozens Of Experienced Owners
And you can be applying these techniques in less than 5 minutes in the comfort of your own home, at your own pace, around your own busy schedule.
I'm only charging $7 for this ebook and here's why:
- $7 puts the report within reach of the vast majority of people. It's not too expensive for even the humblest new dog owner.
- Anyone who's not serious enough about raising their puppy correctly to invest $7 for this ebook isn't going to take the time to use the information inside anyway.
So if you're serious about learning how easy it is to potty train your new puppy, teach them to play beautifully with children, and control their constant biting, then click the order link below. If you need to justify the expense, skip a latte and scone once this week and it's paid for.
All the best,
P.S. Seriously, for just $7 I'll teach you how to raise a healthy, fun loving, well-behaved dog and get the respect of your friends and family. How can you pass on that?