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A positive-training guide to puppy training written by much-loved author and puppy -class instructor Charlotte Schwartz is a “week by week training guide” for all new puppy owners. The late Charlotte Schwartz had trained dogs for over forty years and was a popular, award-winning author, whose no-nonsense style of writing and training comes forth on every page of this best-selling introductory guide. Focusing on the first eight weeks that a puppy spends in the new owner’s home, Puppy Training walks the owner through the lessons to teach one week at a time, offering commonsense solutions to obedience and housetraining problems along the way. Sidebars throughout the text offer useful tips and alternative methods to teach lessons, all of which were originated by Schwartz in her puppy classes over the decades and are illustrated here with color photographs. From the first week, during which the puppy is taught to sit and stand, to the eighth week, devoted to teach the puppy to retrieve and a trick or two, this puppy primer is the best canine educational tool available for under ten dollars!

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A positive-training guide to puppy training written by much-loved author and puppy -class instructor Charlotte Schwartz is a “week by week training guide” for all new puppy owners. The late Charlotte Schwartz had trained dogs for over forty years and was a popular, award-winning author, whose no-nonsense style of writing and training comes forth on…

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Charlotte Schwartz of Delray Beach, Fla, formerly of Sullivan County, NY passed away on Friday June 26, 2015 at Memorial-Sloan Kettering Hospital, surrounded by her loving family. The youngest of five sisters, Charlotte was born on October 2, 1931 in Monticello, NY to the late Jacob and Celia Meyerson.

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CHARLOTTE SCHWARTZ, Beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great- grandmother, Charlotte Schwartz, " G G ", 90 years of age, passed away on October the 20th 2010, at her home in Henderson, Nevada. Born November 30th 1919, in Denver, Colorado, Charlotte was a 58 year resident of Las Vegas and a retired State of Nevada employee. She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years Wilbert "Bill" Schwartz, 4 sisters and 3 brothers. Charlotte is survived by her sister Jackie Carr, of Carpentira, California, her daughters Marlene Dustin (Peter) and Jill Cote', grand-daughter Jessica Shearer (Mark) and the lights of her life, her great-grand daughter, Ryan Shearer, and great-grand son, Cameron Shearer. A family memorial to honor her life is pending. "You will be with us always G G," for to live in the hearts of those we leave behind is not to die. In lieu of other considerations, donations in her memory to the Nathan Adelson Hospice would be sincerely appreciated.“Think like the dog!” That’s a quote from Charlotte Schwartz, Coral Vet’s long time canine obedience instructor. After her passing in September, 2011, her legacy still lives on.
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Which is why, back in 1972, professionals at MIT medical decided to do something after noticing a variety of mental health concerns and stresses among the Institute’s international population. Charlotte Schwartz, then a psychologist, spent a year interviewing international students, visiting scientists, and their wives to identify their greatest concerns and needs. Moving anywhere, let alone a foreign country, is difficult, but the international wives (back then, most spouses were wives) of those working and studying at MIT felt particularly isolated. Many didn’t speak English, were unfamiliar with American culture, and had to leave their jobs back home.

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Charlotte Schwartz (Crist), 66 - Thief River Falls, MN

[FALLSBURG] – For the past five years, the Fallsburg High School Alumni Association (FAA) has sponsored an All Classes Reunion. The latest event, a luncheon held on September 12 in the high school cafeteria, was one of the most special because of the gratifying turnout of over 100 alumni from as far back as the class of 1934, long before the town schools were centralized. David Rashkin went to Mountaindale High School with his high school sweetheart Sylvia, who was in the class of 1935. They truly are the stalwarts of these reunions. Honoring former staff is also an important part of the reunions. You could tell from the long and loud applause that this year’s honorees were two of the most beloved members of the Fallsburg family—long term secretary Charlotte Schwartz and former High School Principal Pat Naso.

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Charlotte Schwartz, author, trainer, and behaviorist, shares her insight in solving the most common everyday problems that owners encounter with their dogs. As nuisance behavior has become the most frequently cited reason for owners’ abandoning their dogs, this new book will be welcomed by experienced and novice dog owners alike. Miss Schwartz’s positive-training approach makes this problem-solving handbook both reliable and refreshing: here’s how praise, reward and common sense intermingle to correct and cure your canine companion’s various problems.