Total recall

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  1. Bethany

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    Hi everyone I'm getting a working clumber spaniel puppy in a week and I've ordered the happy puppy guide, the right start and passing grade one thus I was wondering if it's actually worth it getting total recall. Thanks
     
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    Yes I would say it's a must. Its really well written easy to follow and gets good results.
     
  3. selina27

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    Yep, I'd say it is worth getting.
     
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    Ooh, another Clumber! Welcome! We have Barbara @bbrown on here, who has one, Obi, and @heidrun has two - Ziggy and Amy. Both do (forgive me if I'm wrong?) working tests and field work with them. I'm sure they will have some specific advice for spaniels in general and Clumbers in particular :)
    Welcome!

    PS - if there are no pictures, it never happened. Baby Clumber pictures, please! :inlove:
     
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    I never hesitate to recommend Total Recall. Can't wait to see some photos of your puppy.
     
  6. drjs@5

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    Welcome!
    I agree Total Recall is a great resource, definitely go for it - like the Happy Puppy Guide, its a concise and easy to read book and good value.
    jac
     
  7. heidrun

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    Hi Bethany, and welcome to the forum. Pleased to see you have followed the book recommendations. ;):) Best of luck with your Clumber puppy. Looking forward to seeing photos. :)
     
  8. Zarvan

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    Total Recall is one of the best dog books in the market and is quite affordable too. It really helped me with my beloved Bailey who is know litter, obedience and loose lead-trained.

    Best of luck for your pup.
     
  9. Zarvan

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    I completely agree with you. Total recall is a book worth getting.
     

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