How to pick the right dog breed for your home


Want to know which criteria are essential when picking the right dog breed for you?Which dog breeds are the most aggressive?

Which dog breeds are the most intelligent?

Which dog breeds are the most sociable and family-oriented?

Which dogs are the most protective?

Amazon author Kimberly Duhart answers all these questions in her new book

DOG BREEDS: THE TOP 100 DOG BREEDS WITH PICTURES – TEMPERAMENT, WELLBEING, LIVELINESS AND COMPANIONSHIP

and she’s giving away her new Dog Book Directory to readers during her 5-day free book promotion from December 31st to January 4th, available only on Amazon.com at the Kindle Store.

To reserve your FREE copy starting this Saturday, visit RichardsPublishing.com, sign up to the email list, and you will be provided with a link for the book.  

All we ask is that you leave an honest customer review after you’ve read the book.  (Good reviews help up-and-coming authors like Kimberly Duhart climb up the Amazon rankings) – as well the book should, because we believe that Kimberly’s book is a quality directory of dog breeds.

Your opinion matters!

The major dog breed categories covered in Kimberly’s book include:

    •    Toy
•    Terrier
•    Working
•    Sporting
•    Herding
•    Hound
•    Non Sporting

Also included is a bonus section on designer dogs (or hybrids), like the labradoodle, chug, pom-peke, e.g.

Here are some of the key criteria that you should consider when selecting your favorite dog:

    •    Size, Form and Location – these are important issues for both the owner and family as well as for the dog
    •    Function – for what purposes was each breed originally bred
    •    Temperament – which breeds tend to be aggressive, which are tame?
    •    Energy levels – specific breeds require more exercise than others
    •    Male vs Female – character and behavioral traits
    •    Sociability – which breeds like children? which are gregarious?
    •    Ability to train – this usually has to do with levels of intelligence
    •    Shedding – which breeds shed the least and have low levels of dander?

This book also provides access to a matching system for dog owners – so you can see which breeds you’re most suited for and would be happiest with.

We know that dog lovers especially will fall in love with this book and want to share it with their friends and family.

Please help spread the word about Kimberly’s new book!

About the Author: Kimberly Duhart is an authority on helping her readers make the home a source of joy and happiness. She has written articles and books on raising dogs, cooking and personal wellbeing. Kimberly has had years of experience as a breeder and owner of dogs including German Shepherds, Golden Retrievers, Labradors, Dachshunds and a PomPeke. She is the mother of two lovely children and resides in the Great Lakes region outside of Toronto.

For media inquiries, appearances or other publicity – please contact:

Richard@RichardsPublishing.com or visit the website and sign up for the latest release information by clicking on this link: http://www.richardspublishing.com

Thank you.

How to pick the right dog breed for your home

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