The international magazine for and about working and sporting dogs -- and the people who love them.
|A DOG FOR LIFE
by Claire Bessant, Peter Neville, Bradley Viner
Especially for those with senior dogs! All the information you need to help your dog both to live longer and remain young at heart, enabling you both to enjoy your pet's precious twilight years.
|ANGELL MEMORIAL ANIMAL HOSPITAL BOOK OF WELLNESS & PREVENTIVE CARE FOR DOGS
Supplies new and veteran dog owners with the keys to developing a preventative-medicine plan for all stages of their pets' lives, including vaccinations, dentistry, grooming, nutrition, emergencies and first aid, training and behavior.
|ASPCA COMPLETE DOG CARE MANUAL-THE ESSENTIAL PRACTICAL GUIDE TO ALL ASPECTS OF CARING FOR YOUR DOG
by Bruce Fogle
Essential first aid techniques, post-operative care, how to deal with wounds, burns, collapse, and shock.
|CANCER AND YOUR PET: THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE LATEST RESEARCH, TREATMENTS AND OPTIONS
by Debra Eldredge & Margaret Bonham
Top Health book, 2006, Cat Writers' Assn. and currently a finalist in that category in the DWAA contest! Covering the latest advances in the field of cancer research, this is the most comprehensive and definitive guide available for owners looking for options in their pet's treatment. In addition to information on common cancers and treatment options, including traditional and holistic care, the authors include case studies and advice on decision making.
|CANINE EPILEPSY: AN OWNER'S GUIDE TO LIVING WITH AND WITHOUT SEIZURES
This book details countless aspects of canine epilepsy: brain function, new research on cell membranes, diagnostic tests, seizure triggers and cycles, customary medications, holistic treatments, emergency situations and so much more.
Connie Jankowski, Suzanna Lee, Robert L. Rooks; hardcover; 1997
Whether your dog is the family pet, a canine athlete, or a working dog, orthopedics affects every aspect of that dog's daily life, including the ability to stand, lie down, site, as well as to move comfortably and efficiently. Damaged bones, along with soft tissue injury and strictures, can cause wear and tear on joints. This can lead to lameness, discomfort, pain, impaired function and irritability. Although we may not think of it or realize it, that sweet, loving companion can turn into an irritable grouch if even the simplest orthopedic problems exist. Canine Orthopedics identifies and discusses the diseases and maladies, genetic, environmental and traumatic, that affect the skeletal structure of dogs. These problems that determine the fitness, function, soundness and overall well-being of dogs. Canine Orthopedics directs particular emphasis to how owners can learn to evaluate problems; preventative measures including nutrition, accident prevention and selective breeding; treatment options (including the very latest and experimental programs from veterinary schools); and causes of lameness. Canine Orthopedics will give all dog owners enhanced insight to use for themselves and communicate more effectively with the veterinarian.
|CARING FOR YOUR AGING DOG: A QUALITY-OF-LIFE GUIDE FOR YOUR DOG'S SENIOR YEARS
by Janice Borzendowski
Caring For Your Aging Dog introduces the basics of caring for a senior pet; examines issues of genetics, environment, and nutrition; presents a “prevention primer” for forestalling disease and old-age conditions; and explains how to recognize vital signs of change, from cloudy eyes to achy joints. It also offers comforting advice on what to do when your beloved pet does get sick, and how to deal with both the financial and emotional costs.
|CARING FOR YOUR DOG: COMPLETE CANINE HOME REFERENCE
Offers a clear, concise text and more than 600 full-color illustrations, is required reading for all serious dog owners. In an opening section comprising fewer than 100 pages, Fogle covers the essentials of selecting a dog, developing a human-canine partnership, and assuring responsible breeding. The remainder of the text focuses primarily on "Diseases and Disorders" and "First Aid and Emergencies." Just about anything average dog owners might encounter during the life of their pet is covered here.
|Complete Book of Dog Health
William J. Kay, Nancy Lou Makris (Illustrator); Paperback; 1990
Now in paperback, this popular guide to canine health bears the peerless authority of a celebrated veterinary hospital in New York City, the Animal Medical Center--known worldwide as a top-rated health care facility for all animals and as a respected teaching hospital. From the role of veterinary care, breeding, and taking care of newborns, to caring for a sick dog, coping with a dog's death, this comprehensive reference teaches readers to be more effective dog keepers and to better communicate with veterinarians.
|COMPLETE CARE FOR YOUR AGING DOG
*Won the Dog Writer's Association of America's Award, Best Health & Care Book of 2003! In this unique guide to aging pet care, Amy Shojai explains: how to entice your older pet into getting more exercise € what changes to expect as your pet ages € which pet-specific over-the-counter medications every owner should keep on hand € and tips on everything from choosing the right products and food for your aging pet to performing nursing care at home. These are the definitive guides to turning back the clock-and keeping senior dogs and cats vital, happy, and active throughout their golden years
|COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH CARE FOR DOGS
The most comprehensive book on dog health care available and a 'must have' resource for the more than 50 million U.S. households that have dogs for pets. Written by expert vets, this book is a practical guide to identifying and treating many of the most common ailments a dog is likely to suffer from. There is information on diagnosing an ailing pet, together with advice on how to treat the problem. The book is filled with more than 100 photographs as well as handy boxes that show, at-a-glance, the likely cost of treatment, how urgently it should be sought from your vet and how to diagnose conditions. In addition to diagnosing common ailments, the book also includes information on homeopathic remedies, treatments and advice on general health care to prevent ailments from recurring.
|DOG BODY, DOG MIND - EXPLORING YOUR DOG'S CONSCIOUSNESS AND TOTAL WELL-BEING
by Michael Fox
With extraordinary insight and vision, renowned veterinarian and animal behaviorist Dr. Michael W. Fox explores the minds, hearts, and bodies of dogs. He helps readers become more fluent in "dog speak, " and to understand what dogs feel, think, and want, strengthening the dog-human bond. Fox also offers a holistic approach to companion animal care and preventive medicine, as well as behavioral advice and training tips.
|Dog Doctor (Animal Care)
Mark Evans; 1997; Hardcover
Practicing veterinarian and the founder of the Animal Information Bureau, Dr. Mark Evans addresses common canine health concerns, from skin conditions and ear infections, to spaying and neutering and obesity. In short, this book provides basic veterinary information dog owners need to know in a concise accessible and practical manner. Full-color photos throughout.
|DOG OWNER'S HOME VETERINARY HANDBOOK, 4TH EDITION
by Debra Eldridge; Liisa Carlson, Delbert Carlson, James Giffin, Beth Adelman
The guide dog lovers have relied on this classic, best-seller for more than twenty-seven years. This handbook has been extensively revised to include the latest information on everything from canine healthcare to nutrition to holistic treatments.
|DOGLOPAEDIA: A COMPLETE GUIDE TO DOG CARE
J. M. Evans & Kay White
Well organized, the books delve into the basics for all normal aspects of good management, like feeding, housetraining and health care.The text features instructional and question-and-answer sections. The charts and diagrams enhance the reader's understanding of Fluffy's or Tuffy's normal behavior, how to keep pets healthy and how to recognize any problems.There is sensible advice on breeding, veterinarian relations and getting the most out of living happily with a pet.The very detailed, yet easy to use text is enhanced by numerous excellent serious drawings and charming cartoons.
|DOG'S DRUGSTORE: A Dog Owner's Guide to Nonprescription Drugs and Their Safe Use in Veterinary Home-Care
Richard Redding & Myrna Papurt
Dog owner's guide to nonprescription drugs and their safe use in veterinary home-care.
|DOGS, DIET, AND DISEASE: An Owner's Guide to Diabetes Mellitus, Pancreatitis, Cushing's Disease, & More
An owner's guide (and holistic approach) to Diabetes Mellitus, Pancreatitis, Cushing's Disease, and more. An in-depth look at what factors really cause canine illness, examines options for treatment, and provides detailed instructions on how to care for chronically ill dogs.
Babette Cole; 1997; paperback
More fun than Dr. Spock and in some ways just as helpful, Dr. Dog is a family doctor who saves the day for his dysfunctional family of humans in this explosively funny health-care cautionary tale. The non-technical approach provides just the right amount of information about earaches, lice, pinworms, colds, and other childhood illnesses. Full color.
|Dr. Jim's Animal Clinic for Dogs: What People Want to Know
Jim Humphries; 1994; paperback
The best advice about "man's best friend" from America's leading media veterinarian. Here is a book that can be used for quick reference or read from cover to cover to provide owners with what they need to care for, understand, and enjoy their pet.
|DR. PITCAIRN'S COMPLETE GUIDE TO NATURAL HEALTH FOR DOGS & CATS, 3RD EDITION
by Richard & Susan Pitcairn
New 3rd Edition, must-have natural pet care book which helps you understand and apply all kinds of natural health therapies. Includes treating problems without drugs and making your own pet food.
|ESSENTIAL CARE IN THE FIELD: A FITNESS MANUAL FOR WORKING DOGS
by Jackie Drakeford & Mark Elliott
Full of sound, practical advice, it describes how to start with the right dog in the first place, how to keep it in top condition, how to achieve and manage peak fitness, and the best methods of dealing with health problems in the field.
|ESSENTIAL DOG CARE FROM PUPPY TO ADULT DVD
Lara Nicolayevsky & Lisa Silberstein
Explains in a quick, fun, and easy way three procedures veterinarians want dog owners to know. Learn the right way to clip your dog's nails, brush your dog's teeth, and clean your dog's ears for a happier and healthier pet.
|ETERNAL PUPPY (KCB)
by Janice Willard
Groundbreaking Veterinary advances to enrich our senior dog's life.
With the input and assistance of a team of top veterinarians, this book presents the latest findings about the common medical conditions that senior dogs face and maps out proactive strategies for maintaining a senior dog's health.
|EVERYTHING DOG BOOK. LEARN TO TRAIN AND UNDERSTAND YOUR FURRY BEST FRIEND 2ND EDITION
by Carlo DeVito
From breed-specific details to information on pet health insurance, you'll learn everything you need to know about dog care. You'll be equipped to handle any situation-and your pup will thank you!
|FAT DOG THIN - HOW TO KEEP YOUR DOG LEAN, FIT, HEALTHY AND HAPPY
by David Alderton
Presenting the latest in scientific research, along with established pet-care advice used by breeders and trainers, this book will help you create an individual weight-loss plan for your dog.
|Field Guide: Dog First Aid Emergency Care for the Hunting, Working, and Outdoor Dog
Randy Acker, Jim Fergus; paperback; 1994
This is the first pocket field guide that will cover the injuries and problems that your dog can encounter in the field, presenting the symptoms and treatment. This first aid guide is 4 x 6, pocket -sized and spiral bound for easy use. Whatever bad happens in the field happens fast. The dog's man must know first aid. Eureka, here comes a great vet and a renowned dog writer to put together the First Aid Book your gun dog needs. Buy it, keep it close, use it. The life of your priceless gun dog may depend on the few bucks it takes to buy this book.
|FIRST AID COMPANION FOR DOGS & CATS
It's every pet owner's nightmare: suddenly your four-legged friend isn't breathing. What to do? There is no 911 for pets, so it's up to you to save a life. The First Aid Companion for Dogs & Cats is a straightforward guide that covers both major problems--CPR, heat stroke, and strangulation--and minor ones, such as swollen tails, ingrown nails, and flea allergies. Beginning with simple tests and explanations of general care issues like dehydration examinations and triage, this guide then moves on to an alphabetical listing of every possible situation, from arrow wounds to worms.
|First Aid for Dogs: What to Do When Emergencies Happen
Dr. Bruce Fogle, Amanda Williams (Illustrator); 1997; paperback
From cleansing a wound to making a splint, from Elizabethan collars and frostbite to premature birthing and broken bones, all the information dog owners need to take care of canine emergencies is included in this clearly written guide. Illustrations. Diagrams & charts.
|FIRST AID FOR THE ACTIVE DOG
Learn invaluable life-saving skills for the types of emergencies your dog could encounter on a hiking or hunting expedition, or when involved in any outdoor activity.
by Marty Becker & Robert Kushner
A dog and owner's guide to losing weight and gaining health together!
by Diane Morgan
This handy, all-in-one guide is a dream come true for novice and veteran owners alike! Current information all that it takes to be a good dogkeeper!
|GRAB LIFE BY THE LEASH: A GUIDE TO BRINGING UP AND BONDING WITH YOUR FOUR-LEGGED FRIEND
by Cheryl Smith
With information particularly relevant to Baby Boomers in their 40s to 60s, this book will acknowledge the life changes that may leave mid-lifers with just their dogs for support after death or divorce, when confronting an empty nest, or with older family members moving in and making demands on their free time.
Includes not only selecting a dog, veterinary visits, diet, grooming, and training, but also exercise, dog psychology and physiology, the physical and mental health benefits of dog parenthood, and human/canine interaction.
|GUIDE TO SKIN & HAIRCOAT PROBLEMS IN DOGS
Have you ever found a skin tumor on your dog? Been worried about a rash that won't go away? Frustrated trying to get a sparse, lifeless coat into show condition? Forty percent of all veterinary visits are prompted by skin problems. This valuable reference guide will help you identify problems and determine when to go to the vet. The author thoroughly describes causes, symptoms and treatments for a wide variety of conditions. He covers everything from parasite and immune-related conditions to tumors, infections, allergies, and breed specific problems. Find answers, take effective action, and be able to communicate clearly with your vet with the help of this detailed work.
|HANDS-ON DOG CARE: COMPLETE CANINE FIRST AID
Sue Copeland & John Hamil
Complete book of canine first aid! Part 1: Action Plans; Part 2: Step-by-step instructions for how to perform the first aid skills necessary; Part 3: Glossary, with detailed descriptions of conditions and terms.
Lowell Ackerman; 1993; paperback
From the author: An excellent primer on keeping your dog healthy! This is a book I wrote to acquaint the public with dog care and how to keep their dogs healthy. The principal concept of the book is wellness and chapters are devoted to: growth and development; training and exercise; buying and breeding; nutrition; veterinarians and veterinary care; vaccination; protecting your dog and your family from parasites; dealing with fleas, ticks, mites and ringworm, and; emergencies.
|Healthy Dog, Happy Dog: A Complete Guide to Dog Diseases and Their Treatments
Uwe Streitferdt, Christine Metzger, Claus-Michael Pautzke; 1994; paperback
|HELP YOUR DOG FIGHT CANCER - AN OVERVIEW OF HOME CARE OPTIONS
This book is filled with easy to read information that can be understood by everyone. The author writes with compassion and understanding for those people who have dogs with cancer. Laurie Kaplan has written a book that gives readers a sense of hope that there is something that they can do to help to make their dogs live longer with a good quality of life.
|HOUND HEALTH HANDBOOK
America is going to the dogs. And, judging by the $7 billion we spend each year on veterinary services, and the $3 billion on prescription medicines, we will do anything to take care of our beloved pets. Now there's a bible that belongs in every dog owner's home--a clear, comprehensive, trustworthy guide that comes with the same pedigree as the What to Expect books. Includes profiles for 130 Breeds.
|HOW TO MAKE AN OLD DOG HAPPY
by Olivier Lagalisse
An experienced animal behaviorist explains the aging process your dog will undergo, outlining the signs of age and the most common ailments to expect and offers advice on how to prepare your dog for a longer and happier old age.
|I WANT TO BE...A VETERINARIAN
Ideal for kids who love animals, this book explores the many interesting facets of a veterinary career. Exciting full-color photographs complement intriguing facts about the many different kinds of vets, how veterinary science began, and its future.
|Just What the Doctor Ordered: A Complete Guide to Drugs and Medications for Your Dog
Race Foster, Marty Smith; 1996; hardcover
Just What the Doctor Ordered will give all dog owners a working knowledge of medications in general and canine products specifically. User-friendly terms explain exactly: * When home remedies will do * When what's good for you is good for your dog * How you can save money * What generics are * What antibiotics are and what they do * How each medication affects the body * Active ingredients * Effects of Medication (Both Good and Bad) . When the veterinarian tells you to follow the directions on the lab, do you know why? Or what the prescriptions are supposed to do, or how they do it? What are the side effects, interactions with other medications, or potential dangers? Could you have asked about a home remedy? If you have answered "I don't know" to any of these, this book is your home remedy for giving you all you need to know about how medication helps your dog.
|Keeping Your Dog Healthy
Barbara Woodhouse; 1995; hardcover
|KINDRED SPIRIT, KINDRED CARE - MAKING HEALTH DECISIONS ON BEHALF OF OUR ANIMAL COMPANIONS
by Shannon Nakaya
Making health decisions on behalf of our animal companions. A must for every pet owner!
|LIVING WELL GUIDE FOR SENIOR DOGS: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR A HAPPY & HEALTHY COMPANION
by Diane Morgan
Everything you need to know for a happy & healthy companion in their golden years. With proper care and the right information, any pet owner can ensure happiness, vitality, and longevity during the latter part of a dogs life.
|MERCK VETERINARY MANUAL, 9TH EDITION
by Various authors
NEW 50TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION/9TH EDITION! Your vet has this reference book...you should too! A handbook of diagnosis, therapy and disease prevention and control for the veterinarian. Extensively revised and updated with 35 new chapters and 400 additional pages!
|NATURAL REMEDIES DOGS AND CATS WISH YOU KNEW
by Dr. Viv Harris
Combining conventional veterinary medicine with acupuncture, acupressure, homeopathy, herbs and chiropractic care, this easy-to-understand book offers alternative ways to care for your animal companion.
|PET FIRST AID - CATS AND DOGS
Up-to-date information, easy-to-use format will assist you to provide the best first aid treatments for your pet. Developed by the American Red Cross and the Humane Society of the United States.
|PET HEALTH AND DIET RECORD BOOK
by Marie Logue
Designed to record details of health checkups, illnesses/injuries, treatments and results. A good reference for pet sitters, boarding kennels, and veterinarian visits.
|PETS LIVING WITH CANCER
If your pet has been diagnosed with cancer, you have many questions and fears about that diagnosis. These practical answers will help you replace your fears with hope and enhance the quality of life you share with your beloved animal companion.
|PILL BOOK GUIDE TO MEDICATION FOR YOUR DOG AND CAT
Kate Roby & Lenny Southam
This one-of-a-kind guide provides you with important information about the most commonly prescribed and over-the-counter drugs for cats and dogs, plus the latest information on grounbreaking alternative therapies that will keep your pet healthy and happy. From common antibiotics and powerful drugs prescribed for more serious ailments to recent medications such as the "flea-pill," here are the facts you need to know. Each drug is extensively profiled for effectiveness, safety, proper dosages, possible side effects, allergic reactions, toxicity, and much more.
|PILLS FOR PETS: THE A TO Z GUIDE TO DRUGS AND MEDICATIONS FOR YOUR ANIMAL COMPANION
Pills for Pets, is truly an A to Z guide to drugs and medications for your animal companion, from dogs to horses, from iguanas to cats! This book was awarded the Muse Medallion for Best Health and Care Book for 2003.
Pills for Pets is a comprehensive, easy to use listing of prescription and over the counter drugs - including cautions, possible side effects, and drug/food interactions. Deb Eldredge makes it very clear that the information in her book is to allow pet owners to supplement their knowledge about veterinary care, not replace it.
|Practical Guide to Dog Care (Consumer Guide)
Sheldon Rubin; 1995; paperback
|RAW DOG FOOD: MAKE IT EASY FOR YOU AND YOUR DOG
by Carina Beth MacDonald
Raw feeding is one of the hottest topics in dog care today. You may have heard about the “BARF” diet—Biologically Appropriate Raw Foods. Learn why and how to feed your dog this new (but really OLD) diet that is designed to mimic what wild canines would eat—raw meat and bones. Learn how to prepare food quickly, economically, and safely.
|Rescuing Rover: A First Aid and Disaster Guide for Dog Owners
Sebastian E. Heath, Andrea O'Shea, Karen Cornell; 1998; hardcover
|SENIOR DOGS FOR DUMMIES
by Susan McCullough
This friendly guide provides reassuring, positive advice on handling the physical and emotional issues involved in caring for your beloved senior companion.
|SMALL DOGS, BIG HEARTS
by Darlene Arden
A guide to caring for your little dog! Advice on important topics like socialization, behavior, healthcare, housetraining, nutrition, and pampering your pint-sized pooch.
|SPEAKING FOR SPOT: BE THE ADVOCATE YOUR DOG NEEDS TO LIVE A HAPPY, HEALTHY, LONGER LIFE
by Nancy Kay
In "Speaking for Spot," Dr. Kay provides an insider's guide to navigating the overwhelming, confusing, and expensive world of veterinary medicine with a warmth, candor, and humor cultivated over 20-plus years of working with canine patients and their human companions. She explains the vet's point of view, and how to initiate and nurture a healthy relationship with a vet and her staff. She leads a guided tour through a modern veterinary land comprised of high-tech scanning devices, advanced surgery, physical rehabilitation, and more--the kinds of amazing medical procedures you expect to find in a human hospital, but may not have known were available for your four-legged friends.
The result is everything you need to know in one fabulous, fully illustrated book. You will not find a more thorough, in-depth guide to ensuring high-quality treatment for your dog.
|TERRA-NOVA: PUPPY CARE & TRAINING & DVD
by Teoti Anderson
Puppy Care & Training focuses on the specific needs of puppies, showing how to prepare for a puppy’s arrival and explains how to feed, groom, and train him during this impressionable stage.
|The American Animal Hospital Association Encyclopedia of Dog Health and Care
Sally Bordwell, American Animal Hospital Association; 1997
Whether you're bringing a puppy home for the first time or caring for an ailing dog, The American Animal Hospital Association Encyclopedia of Dog Health and Care is the perfect guide for every dog owner. Three separate sections cover a guide to dog breeds and temperaments, a book of dog care and a health encyclopedia. 32 color photos. 98 line drawings.
|The Book of Dogs: The Complete Medical Reference Guide for Dogs and Puppies
UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine Staff, Mordecai Siegal; hardcover
The editor of The Cornell Book of Cats teams up with the faculty of a distinguished school of veterinary medicine to provide this authoritative guide for dog owners, breeders, and trainers. The 43 comprehensive chapters include information on selection, nutrition, emergency care, the needs of older dogs, and more. Illustrations. Color insert.
|THE DOG DIET - A MEMOIR
by Patti Lawson
DWAA Best Humor Book Award Winner, 2006!Now you can forget the Zone, Atkins and South Beach! It turns out that the ultimate weight-loss plan is owning a dog.
|The Dog Repair Book: A Do-It-Yourself Guide for the Dog Owner
Ruth B. James; 1990; paperback
|THE EVERYTHING DOG HEALTH BOOK
by Kim Thornton & Debra Eldredge
Learn how to keep your dog in top form with professional advice on effective training and exercise methods, practical grooming tips, identifying minor health problems, and recognizing signs of serious discomfort.
|THE HEALTHY PET MANUAL - A GUIDE TO THE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF CANCER
by Deborah Straw
*New revised and expanded edition. Discover the many environmental, dietetic, and vaccine-related culprits that may cause cancer in pets, and the preventive measures that can be taken. Full spectrum of both conventional and alternative treatments is presented.
|THE MERCK/MERIAL MANUAL FOR PET HEALTH -- HOME EDITION
by Various Authors
The Merck/Merial Manual for Pet Health - Home Edition which delivers animal health expertise in everyday language that all pet owners can understand. No other book provides as much health information on as many types of pets. It is the one resource for a lifetime of pets.
|THE PET LOVER'S GUIDE TO CAT & DOG SKIN DISEASES
by Karen Campbell
Part of the Pet Lover's Guide series, this handbook covers the most common topics of skin disease in small animals, their causes, and their medical management in a non-technical, informative, and useful manner accessible to both veterinarians and pet owners.
|THE PET LOVER'S GUIDE TO NATURAL HEALING FOR CATS & DOGS
by Barbara Fougere
Part of the Pet Lover's Guide series, this volume presents detailed information on alternative therapies for both dogs and cats. (The color photos, graphs, tables and indexes make this an easy reference book for your home library.)
|THE SENIOR DOG
by Heike Schmidt-Roger / Susanne Blank
A helpful primer for every dog owner who wants to understand the aging process of their pet and keep them enjoying an active life, this book covers everything you need to know about living with an elderly dog.
|THE SEVEN AGES OF MAN'S BEST FRIEND
by Jan Fennell
From canine infancy and puberty to adolescence and adulthood, this is a comprehensive, illustrated guide to caring for your dog as you spend your days together.
|THE VETERINARIAN'S GUIDE TO YOUR DOG'S SYMPTOMS
Michael Garvey, Katherine Houpt, et al
Designed to assist the owner in understanding their pets' bodies and health based on signs and symptoms of disease, and in determining the most common medical problems that might cause particular symptoms.
|THE WHOLE DOG JOURNAL HANDBOOK OF DOG AND PUPPY CARE AND TRAINING
by Nancy Kerns
"The Whole Dog Journal Handbook of Dog and Puppy Care and Training" features advice on behavior and positive training techniques, guidance about natural care and nutrition, and information about holistic care such as chiropractic, herbal remedies, massage, acupuncture, and homeopathy. It covers all aspects of canine health, including cancer treatments, and most important of all, it focuses on how to have fun with a dog. This book equips readers with the tools to understand dogs, to encourage their physical and emotional wellness, and to elicit their full potential and vitality--and to do it naturally.
|U.C. DAVIS BOOK OF DOGS, MEDICAL REFERENCE
Just like a parent should have a comprehensive pediatric medical guide for their children, dog owners should have a comprehensive medical guide for their dogs. And, technically, this one certainly fits the bill. This book is thick for a reason. It covers nearly every medical condition, disease and ailment that you can think of. It also provides solid information on normal dog growth and development, feeding, and home health remedies.
|VACCINE GUIDE FOR DOGS AND CATS: WHAT EVERY PET OWNER SHOULD KNOW
This book explores the many dangerous side effects of vaccination, the obscurity of diseases such as Coronavirus, the inadequacies in vaccines such as Leptospirosis, and the lack of science behind annual rabies mandates.
|VET CONFIDENTIAL - AN INSIDER'S GUIDE TO PROTECTING YOUR PET'S HEALTH
by Louise Murray, DVM
This comprehensive must-have guide to everything pet owners need to know to make knowledgeable decisions about the health care of their pets and deserves an honorary position on your reference bookshelf.
|VETERINARIAN'S GUIDE TO YOUR DOG'S SYMPTOMS
by Michael Garvey, Katherine Houpt, et al
Designed to assist the owner in understanding their pets' bodies and health based on signs and symptoms of disease, and in determining the most common medical problems that might cause particular symptoms.
|WHAT EVERY PET OWNER SHOULD KNOW-PRESCRIPTIONS FOR HAPPY, HEALTHY CATS AND DOGS
by Dr. Karen Halligan
The book covers such topics as acquiring your new pet, feeding and nutrition, preventative care (e.g., grooming, home examinations), spaying/neutering, dental care, the hazards of obesity, talking to your vet, traveling with your pet, disaster preparedness, and senior pets.
|WHAT VETS DON'T TELL YOU ABOUT VACCINES, 2ND EDITION
by Catherine O'Driscoll
Revised, updated 2nd edition brings fresh information and explains why the author feels you can protect your pets from disease homeopathically, without risking their lives by vaccinating them yearly.
|WHAT'S UP WITH MY DOG? VISUAL GUIDE TO SYMPTOMS & FIRST AID
Instant answers and advice on your pet's symptoms from the world's best-selling practicing veterinarian.
Keep your pet at the peak of health, fitness, and happiness. Combining information on both long-term health care and first-aid emergencies, What's Up With My Dog? is the most user-friendly home veterinary guide available. Using easy-to-follow diagnostic charts, time scales, and maintenance routines, you can identify symptoms and choose the best course of action. Whether facing a life-threatening disease or a simple stomach upset, make sure you recognize your pet's true state of health.
|WHY IS CANCER KILLING OUR PETS?
In the U.S., cancer is the second leading cause of death in humans but the number one killer of pets, primarily cats and dogs. After losing four pets to four different forms of cancer, longtime journalist and animal lover Deborah Straw decided to investigate the matter further. The result of her considerable and careful research is Why Is Cancer Killing Our Pets?: How You Can Protect and Treat Your Animal Companion. Without endorsing any particular form of care, but stressing the value of expert intervention, Straw discusses cancer prevention, traditional and alternative cancer treatments and how to cope with the loss of a pet to this relentless disease.
|WITHOUT REGRET: A HANDBOOK FOR OWNERS OF CANINE AMPUTEES
The majority of canine amputee owners expound on their satisfaction with their decision to amputate/ These same dog owners indicate their pets seem to lead normal lives as amputeed without any expression of regret.
|Your Athletic Dog: A Functional Approach (VHS)
|YOUR SICK DOG: the Dog Owner's Guide to Understanding and Managing Breeding, Illness and Injury
Dog owners can understand every aspect of the veterinary care of their pets and demystify the visit to the vet. Each chapter of this book is written as if it were a consultation with your vet and enables even the vaguest symptom to be translated into an accurate diagnosis with a very specific treatment. This book does not try to replace the vet or prescribe how individual medical conditions should be treated, but empowers the owner to meet the vet on more equal terms and to be able to discuss the care of the dog more fully. An invaluable and informative manual for every dog owner.