The training and care of a Malamute is a subject dear to my heart. It is dedicated to my best friend, Koda, who died of hip dysplasia and arthritis the last day of May 2016.
Learn the particulars of your favourite breed of dog before you bring them home. Each dog has many different characteristics that makes them unique. Train them well and with consistency. This audiobook gives ideas on how to train your Malamute to be happy with a crate as a secure spot, how to potty train, how not to bark, and how to stop jumping on people.
Also included in the audiobook are recipes for making your own dogfood at home. Dog lovers around the world are sceptical about the chemicals and preservatives that are in commercial dog foods. Making your own dog food at home gives you the opportunity to control what your dog eats and in what proportions.
Listen to the section on potty training. There are ideas in this section that might make your life easier.
Finally, enjoy your new best friend. Take care of him/her with kindness; treat her/him like you would want to be treated.
About the Author:
Catherine Thompson has loved and lived with an Alaskan Malamute, KodaBear. Koda was 10-years-old when she passed away, but she still lives deep in the hearts of her family. Cathy lives in Utah with her husband and is proud to call herself a dog parent. She has written eBooks and articles in many genres over the last 10 years and hopes to keep writing for years to come.
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Concise and Valuable Info!
Concise and Valuable Info, while I knew some of it from general dog training it was helpful to hear it discussed directly with a specific dog breed a d then to have some common malamute situations highlighted. thank you!