Saturday, November 29, 2008

Dog Books, Part 1

TTouch for Dogs, Video. From the jacket—“In just ten minutes a day, you can permanently change your dog’s behavior with the TTouch.”

All 87 Breed Dog Grooming for the beginner, written by a Panel of Grooming Authorities. Comprehensive book with introductory chapters on grooming in general, then a chapter for each breed.

I Love My Dog, But…, the Ultimate Guide to Managing your Dog’s Misbehavior, by Joy Tiz, M.S., J.D. A good little book for the dog owner who is having problems.

The Dog I.Q. Test, measure your dog’s brainpower and social skills and discover your strengths as an owner. A fun and most useful book.

On the Trail with Your Canine Companion, Getting the most out of hiking and camping with your dog, by Cheryl S. Smith. This book covers it all for those who want to take their dog w/them.

You & Your Dog, a complete guide to the health, care & behavior of dogs, by David Taylor. A good book for novice owners and the more experienced both.

Training in No Time, an expert’s approach to effective dog training for hectic life styles, by Amy Ammen.

The Doctor’s Book of Home Remedies for Dogs & Cats, over 1,000 solutions to your pet’s problems—from top Vets, trainers, breeders and other animal experts. By the editors of Prevention Magazine Health Books.

Dr. Pitcairn’s Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats. 1995 edition.

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