Puppy Sleep Training: Step-by-step Guide to Getting Your Puppy to Finally Sleep the Entire Night!

  • by Carl Bambino
  • Narrated by Howard R. Wilson
  • 1 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Crate training a new puppy to sleep through the night in his crate in 7-10 days isn't really that hard. It's gonna take some work; in some cases, a lot of work. But you can do it!
But the good news it, the nighttime approach to crate training your puppy is basically the same as the daytime with a few differences. This book will teach you everything you need to know.
Puppy sleep training book includes:

Why puppy training is beneficial?
Four rules in puppy training
Four challenges you might face
Create a nice sleeping environment
Training him to sleep in a crate
Scheduling an exercise within the day
Introduce a bed time routine
Be sensitive to your dog's feelings
Consider your dog's health

This step-by-step guide will give you all the tools you need to positively encourage and train your puppy to sleep the entire night with positive reinforcement.


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Customer Reviews

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Shockingly bad - I suspect this is a knock-off

I don't think that this is an actual audiobook. Somehow, Amazon got convinced to publish this for sale on their site, and that is disappointing; as I trust Amazon to NOT let cheap Chinese knock-offs like this book to get sold to the unsuspecting public.

There is simply nothing nice to say about this book. The one 5 start review was obviously a fake that was made by either the Author or his designate. The language and grammar in the book is fraught with mistakes that are typical of those who speak Cantonese natively. There are lots of issues with plurals, use of Pronouns and sentence structure that make the fact that this book is a fake Chinese knock-off more likely.

I also don't think that the reader is human. The voice inflections are completely off, inappropriate and robotic. The "empty space" between words in addition to the complete lack of normal breathing and "giveaway human" traits are totally absent to the point that it seems that somebody took considerable effort to make it sound like the book is being read to you by an uneducated black man with poor grammar (I am not in the least bit racist - you'll know what I mean if you hear it). It sounds like some street punk from "the hood" is trying to use modern "black" street colloquialisms, but really has no idea how to use them.

The information in the book is also terrible. The first half of the book talks about why the book is so awesome, and the last half of the book talks about why the title of the book is so important....but there is almost no information in this book at all.

Amazon should screen the books that it sells on its site better in order to prevent such drivel from deteriorating its brand.
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- John Fernandes "Professional"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-17-2015
  • Publisher: Marini Publishing