The Puppy Adventures of Porter & Midge: Out and About
by Jennie Chen & Giselle Nevada
Pictures by Ann Kelble
Genre: Children’s Picture Book, Pets
CJ and Lora are on a mission. They want to ride on a float during the Independence Day Parade with their new puppies. But their camp counselor says puppies need basic puppy training before they can be in the parade. How will CJ and Lora train their puppies to be confident, calm, and open to learning new things? Will they be ready in time to ride the float in the parade?
The Puppy Adventures of Porter and Midge: Out and About is a quick introduction to the idea of early socialization and training for puppies so they can be outstanding canine citizens and wonderful family pets. Kids can follow the puppies’ story and even have a real-life adventure with their own new puppy with the provided checklists.
Don’t forget the Companion On the Go Journal!
The Puppy Adventures of Porter & Midge: On the Go Journal
Companion Activity Journal
The Puppy Adventures of Porter and Midge: On the Go Journal is here to help you explore new places, discover fun things, and make memories with your four-legged best friend. Read Lora and CJ’s amazing adventure in The Puppy Adventures of Porter and Midge: Out and About – then set off on your own real life adventure! Track all the sights, smells, sounds, and more in this fun-filled journal and memory book.
Giselle Nevada has owned several mastiffs. Some she acquired from reputable breeders and others she rescued as adults. Fostering rescued mastiffs and helping them work through their issues led to a keen interest in socialization as a means of preventing future issues. She loves working with her dogs and has dabbled in carting, conformation, agility, rally, trick dog, nose work, and many other canine sports. Her puppy Porter is a testament to early socialization – he has achieved many performance dog titles and has done commercial work. He also has a role in a movie called Match Me If You Can directed by Marian Yeager.
Jennie Chen has been active in purpose bred dogs since 2001 earning over 75 titles in conformation, competitive obedience, rally, herding, lure coursing, weight pull, drafting, water rescue, packing, and animal assisted therapy. Her first AKC Champion was a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, Ch Dixieland Blazing Maximus, CGC, HIT, SS, SWET, WETT, HIC, WETX, WTXX, WPD, DD, WWDS, RN, CD, THDA, VGS, 2017 GSMDCA Ambassador of the Breed, “Mouse.” Mouse was the first Greater Swiss Mountain Dog to earn any Water Rescue titles, and he was spokesdog for the Keep Austin Dog Friendly trend for many years appearing in magazines, news clips, and serving the community as an animal assisted therapy dog. Keep Austin Dog Friendly was nominated for a Webby Award in 2016.
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