Sorry if this book has already been mentioned--I did a quick search on here and came up with nothing.
This sponsored link came up on my FB newsfeed today. I don't have a corgi yet, but my heart is set on getting one soon. I've been looking into getting books on how to raise a happy, healthy, obedient pup. So far I've seen a lot of recommendations for general dog books, and I've actually purchased a couple already. But one thing Ms. Lewis mentions is that these books don't necessarily apply specifically to Corgis, so I'm wondering if it would be worth the investment. I know it's not a huge sum of money, but I just don't want to be wasting any either.
Your thoughts would be greatly appreciated! Thank you :)
I'd be curious to hear if anyone has read this and has any comments as well..
This book was discussed here under the topic "Is Corgi Savvy legit?" Just type that in the search box to see the discussion.
Thank you! Goodness gracious...I don't know how I missed that. Sorry about that!
You're welcome. Reading before you get your pup or choose your breed is a very smart move that I wish more people would do. You'll find plenty of breed specific information here for free and the discussions will help you sort out fact from fiction. For a book on general puppy training, my favorite for new dog owners is "What Every Good Dog Should Know" by Jack Volhard and Melissa Bartlett.