1. The Characteristics of a Newfoundland Puppy or Dog
2. What You Should Know About Puppy Teeth
3. Some Helpful Tips for Raising Your Newfoundland Puppy
4. Are Rawhide Treats Good for Your Newfoundland?
5. How to Crate Train Your Newfoundland
6. When Your Newfoundland Makes Potty Mistakes
7. How to Teach your Newfoundland to Fetch
8. Make it Easier and Healthier for Feeding Your Newfoundland
9. When Your Newfoundland Has Separation Anxiety, and How to Deal With It
10. When Your Newfoundland Is Afraid of Loud Noises
11. How to Stop Your Newfoundland From Jumping Up On People
12. How to Build A Whelping Box for a Newfoundland or Any Other Breed of Dog
13. How to Teach Your Newfoundland to Sit
14. Why Your Newfoundland Needs a Good Soft Bed to Sleep In
15. How to Stop Your Newfoundland From Running Away or Bolting Out the Door
16. Some Helpful Tips for Raising Your Newfoundland Puppy
17. How to Socialize Your Newfoundland Puppy
18. How to Stop Your Newfoundland Dog From Excessive Barking
19. When Your Newfoundland Has Dog Food or Toy Aggression Tendencies
20. What You Should Know about Fleas and Ticks
21. How to Stop Your Newfoundland Puppy or Dog From Biting
22. What to Expect Before and During your Dog Having Puppies
23. What the Benefits of Micro chipping Your Dog Are to You
24. How to Get Something Out of a Puppy or Dog's Belly Without Surgery
25. How to Clean Your Newfoundland's Ears Correctly
26. How to Stop Your Newfoundland From Eating Their Own Stools
27. How Invisible Fencing Typically Works to Train and Protect Your Dog
28. Some Items You Should Never Let Your Puppy or Dog Eat
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The voice recording sounded fake and read like a movie not an informational book about dogs.
The book was not written well. The information presented was for someone who never owned a dog and maybe never saw a dog either. The sentences are written as if you are talking to a child. The words used were not even at the fifth grade vocabulary level.
- Dawn Chester