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eBooks

The Zen Method of Raising a Puppy by Gordon Fontaine available on the iPad.

A guide to raising the perfect puppy! Includes the 5 most important puppy training topics and one of the best puppy playbiting solutions in the industry -- gentle and effective!

How to Crate Train a Dog in 2 Days  by Gordon Fontaine and Rachel Martin on the iPad.

This how-to guide explains step-by-step what to do when you want to crate train a dog. Works with dogs of any age -- from puppy to adult dogs and beyond.

How to Treat and Prevent Separation Anxiety by Gordon Fontaine on the iPad.

An essential guide with step-by-step instructions on treating and preventing separation anxiety. Includes treatment plans, dog training theory on what is separation anxiety, training tips and tools.  

Visit the iTunes store to purchase Zen Dog Training eBooks.

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The Zen Method of Raising a Puppy -- Review by Frannie Lindsay

Everyone wants their puppy to be happy and well behaved. The Zen Method of Raising a Puppy explains to the new puppy owner exactly what to do to ensure your puppy grows up to be a Zen Dog!

Review of the Zen Method of Raising a Puppy

by Gordon Fontaine

A new puppy owner has no time to pour over a small-print text on the science of dog-rearing. Gordon Fontaine, owner of Zen Dog Training, gets this.

It's as if he knows that the new "dog parent" is standing in front of their peeing, slipper-chewing pup, a little baffled, thinking "what have I done?" But if the owner has Fontaine's book in hand, he or she can take the deep yoga breath (as he frequently suggests here) and get to work. Fun work.

Fontaine's how-to’s are easy to follow, written conversationally and easy-to-see large print. Above all, they are entertaining. Each set of steps is also relevant for training adult dogs adopted from rescue groups. They are illustrated with some of the most endearing photos I have ever seen. When the reader is done (having dog-eared copious pages), he or she will be utterly reassured that the challenges of a new pooch in the house are not only surmountable, but a joy to tackle head-on.

                                                                                       —Frannie Lindsay