Mine would probably be Cesar Millan’s first book, Cesar’s Way. I also think How to Raise a Puppy You Can Live With is very helpful in raising puppies. How ’bout you?


  1. Judgerz

    I think it’s called The Dog Handbook. I’ll check in a minute. It was very useful. I got my first copy for my 9th birthday and I read through it. Later on after I moved I got a bigger edition. They talk about everything, and it teaches a lot. It’s great for a first time owner or someone who just wants to brush up on their facts.
    Add: It’s called Dogs: The Ultimate Care Guide. I haven’t looked at it in a while.

  2. greekman

    Bill Koehler’s book on Guard dog training. Even though his protection section is WAY outdated, his OB and problem solving sections are a stellar example of training that still stands and works today in all dogs and all situations!

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