Over the years Acme Canine has gained quite a bit of knowledge on a variety of dog topics. As part of our mission to be a canine resource to dog owners, we’ve created several booklets ranging from camping with your dog to exercising together in addition to puppy development and introducing your dog to a baby.
Price ranges from $5.00 to $20 (for a packet of 5 puppy booklets) and all are available through the Woofie Shop. Stop by and check out the booklets as well as the other products we have.
It is probably a safe assumption that for anyone taking the time from their busy schedule to read this; your puppy matters to you. It is important to understand that dog training is not simply a “dollars and cents” formula, but rather a combination of money, time, energy and ability.
Acme Canine’s puppy booklets are designed to teach owners and their puppy at different levels. Each booklet contains useful information on a specific topic (each coincides with Acme Canine’s Puppy Preschool group classes). Housetraining, crate training and freedoms; socialization; nutrition & first aid; puppy commands; confidence building and leadership
For years, your big puppy was your only baby and he received your undivided love and attention. Soon he’ll have to share it with another. You’re expecting a baby and, naturally, you’re concerned about how your dog and child will get along. How will your dog react to this new arrival in his home? Will he be jealous of the baby or, worse, aggressive towards it? Or will he hopefully sense the importance that the infant has in your “pack” and act as a gentle and loyal protector? Here are a few tips to help you help your dog through the difficult transition from “only child” to “older sibling.”
Tug of war or dogs chasing children isn’t the way for children and dogs to play together. Children age 6 to 12 can benefit from learning how to recognize the advantages of incorporating new and innovative play strategies with their dog and how the wrong game may contribute to increasing bad behaviors. The contents of this booklet is geared toward the discussion of age appropriate play with dogs, showcasing how various games can develop and encourage better interaction and bond between child and pet, addressing prevalent problems affecting certain types of play, and many other pertinent topics.
How much serious thought have you given to dog fitness? If you’re like many dog enthusiasts, you may believe that your dog is doing just fine managing things for himself, but the fact is that many dogs could benefit from a little active fitness management on the part of their caretakers.
Just like their human counterparts, dogs need a fitness regimen to keep them on the path to good health. The key in any dog fitness regimen is you. As the owner, it is up to you to set the routine, find the motivation and get out there and exercise with your dog. Have fun exercising with your dog. Studies shows that dogs provide the companionship, the social support, and the motivation to stick with an exercise program. Fitness with Fido offers the tools you and your dog will need to achieve a lifetime of good health
Avid outdoors dog owners swear that a dog can appreciate a spectacular panoramic view as much as a human can. Dogs discover interesting features you might otherwise overlook, and a dog is thrilled at the new smells and sites of a camp site. Some avid outdoors people believe that a dog can appreciate a spectacular panoramic view as much as a human can. But when bringing your dog along on a camping or backpacking trip, you need to make extra plans specifically for your canine companion.
By the end of reading this booklet you will see new characteristics in your dog when you are camping with him. His walk may be a little faster, his eyes opened a little wider, and his head held a little higher when you’re out in the wilds.
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