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.
HEAR HEAR! A GUIDE TO TRAINING A DEAF DOG
by Barry Eaton *New 2005 edition contains two new chapters. Getting attention, teaching basic commands...help and encouragement you'll appreciate if you have taken on a deaf dog or puppy!
LIVING WITH A DEAF DOG
by Susan Cope Becker Training and communicating with a deaf dog, collected personal experiences of owners, genetics of canine deafness and how to test for it. Informative resource for owners, vets, breeders and trainers, based on firsthand experience!
LIVING WITH BLIND DOGS
by Caroline Levin 2nd Edition. A resource book and training guide for the owners of blind and low vision dogs! Valuable information on dealing with vision loss, genetics, how dogs react to blindness, pack issues, training concepts, new skills for blind dogs, special products, more.
NEW SKILLS FOR BLIND DOGS DVD
by Caroline Levin Training a blind dog can be extra challenging. When the author assisted several owners with their training, the sessions were filmed. Discusses training theory, equipment, and working through stress.
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.