A Puppy Training e-Book Just For Great Pyr Owners

Thank you for deciding to purchase our booklet.  Every penny goes to support the Club and its work with Great Pyrs. We really appreciate your support.

Using this option you will download a copy of the book to your computer and pay with your credit card or PayPal account using PayPal’s secure online payment process.

It’s easy, it’s secure and it’s so fast.  You’ll be enjoying your book in minutes from now!

Please note you will need ADOBE Acrobat Reader to read your e-book. If you do not have it, visit the Adobe website to get your Free Acrobat Reader.

Here are the steps to obtain your booklet.

1)      Download the front cover and save it on your computer for printing later.  You can do this as often as you like for free.

Depending on your browser, you may have to place your mouse pointer on the link to get your Cover and click with your right mouse button. Then click "Save Link.." or other similar option to save the book cover.  

Get your cover here.


2)      Download your copy of our e-book “Tips on Training and Living with Your Pyr Puppy” and save it on your computer. You will not be able to open it until you have paid for your password.

Depending on your browser, you may have to place your mouse pointer on the link to download your e-Book and click with your right mouse button. Then click "Save Link.." or other similar option to save your e-book.

Download your e-Book here.


3)      Pay for your purchase using your credit card or your PayPal account (if you have one) by pressing the BUY NOW button below. PayPal will guide you step-by step through the payment process. But before you pay, please read the important information that follows.


4)      When you have successfully completed your payment, you will be presented with our Thank You Page.  See the VERY IMPORTANT information below.

 

VERY IMPORTANT…  Your Thank You Page contains the password that you require to open your e-book.  You will see the Thank You Page only once so please be sure to copy your password immediately and store it in a safe place.  You will use it every time you open your copy of the book.  If you lose your password we will not be able to replace it.  Of course we expect that you will open your book and print it and then save your book and password for safekeeping should you ever need to print it again.

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