Gotta Go!: Successfully Potty Training Your Dog by Michelle Huntting
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Michelle Huntting, known as the All-American Girl dog trainer, has earned two nationally recognized certifications in professional dog training, is the founder of Kenyon Canine Institute, and owns Miss Belle's Etiquette School for Dogs. Michelle is also an author and a host of a popular internet radio show called Dog Talk. Specializing in positive methods, she uses her education and years of experience to successfully communicate dogs and their world to people in a way that helps grow relationships, helps bridge the gap between dog and human, and helps owners train the dog they've always wanted.
Potty training can be shitty. It often involves accidents that need to be cleaned up after, repeating basic instructions over and over again and unavoidable moments of grossness. Potty training might suck, but there are sensible ways to go about i t, and approaching it with an attitude of acceptance, and adding some music into the mix can help make things a little more fun for everybody. So here in all of their glory are some songs about going number 2, that we think are all number 1. In , Maryland mom Stacia Wright came up with a plan to help her then 2-year-old daughter Ginneh get potty trained. So she came up with a song and recorded an adorable video to go along with it.
One little girl gets starts toilet training with one exciting step: wearing big girl pants like mommy! Straight talk about making the big leap from diapers to potty. Available in a boys' and girls' version. Ashley learns to use the toilet with some help from a favorite stuffed bunny. A big box contains a "big-kid" surprise for Henry in the boys' version or Hannah in the girls' version. A spoiled princess rejects a host of fancy potty seats until she's good and ready to shed her diapers. Humorous captioned illustrations help parents and kids cope with the challenges of toilet training.
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