Puppies come in all shapes and sizes and so do their problems. If only we all had that model dog that was a breeze to house train, never chased the children around the garden biting ankles and never ever jumped on us just after they had been wallowing in a mud bath that would do a rhino justice! This book will help with all the problems you may encounter with your pup with the hope you will both emerge from puppyhood relatively unscathed by the experience and with a relationship based on understanding and trust. About the Author Patsy Parry has been training puppies and their owners for over 15 years. She is a member and committee member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers and abides by a strict code of conduct that no psychologically threatening or coercive methods will be used in training. She strongly believes it is all about building the right relationship with your puppy, one based on understanding and respecting dogs for what they are. She holds a Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour and Training. Patsy is owned by four dogs - a dalmation (a rescue named Pongo!), Hollie the toy poodle, Miss Ellie the tibetan terrier and a border collie named Sparky.