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Here are a few books and magazines you might want to buy for refrences or just to have.
These are always helpful in all situations and every question you might have.
Magazines: Pets which includes Dog Fancy, Dog World,
AKC Field, AKC Gazette, Dog and Kennel, and more!
American Animal Hospital Association Encyclopedia of Dog Health and Care
Author: American Animal Hospital Association, With Sally Bordwell,Alan Dubowy
Publisher: Morrow,William & Co
Date Published: July 1996
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 Quick Guide to First Aid for Your Dog
Author: Michelle Bamberger,Jan Walker (Illustrator)
Publisher: Howell Books
Date Published: May 1993
Written by a veterinarian, this
comprehensive handbook offers descriptions of every canine lifesaving technique and
first-aid methods: CPR, snake-bite treatment, stopping bleeding or choking, remedy shock,
and more. An indispensable reference for every dog owner. Illustrated.
The Ultimate Care Guide
Author: Matthew Hoffman (Editor),Lowell J. Ackerman (Editor)
Publisher: Rodale press
Date Published: May 1998
Everything a dog owner needs to know about raising a healthy,
well-adjusted dog can be found in this comprehensive reference book. 850 color photos
Aid for Dogs; What to Do when Emergencies Happen
Author: Bruce Fogle, Amanda Williams (Illustrator)
Publisher: Viking Penguin
Date Published: January 1997
What would you do if your dog were hit by a car?
Would you know how to make a splint? In the event of shock, would you be able to give
artificial respiration? In First Aid for Dogs, veterinarian Bruce Fogle helps dog owners
recognize and handle emergencies. All information is accessible and easy to find,
including the basics of first aid, from cleansing wounds to CPR; what to do in emergency
situations such as heart failure, puncture wounds, drowning, and seizures; how to decide
if and when a pet needs veterinary attention; how to reduce the risk of emergencies
through exercise, nutrition, vaccination, and parasite control.
Author: David Alderton,Tracy Morgan (Photographer)
Publisher: D K Publishing, Incorporated
Date Published: March 1993
A new generation of field guides, the
Eyewitness Handbooks make identification of individual species sure, simple, and
straightforward. Each volume includes superb photographs combined with concise,
informative descriptions of hundreds of specimens. The Eyewitness Handbook of Dogs is
packed with more than 1,000 vivid full-color photographs. It is an invaluable resource for
of the Dog; The Ultimate Illustrated Guide to over 200 Breeds
Author: Tetsu Yamazaki, Toyoharu Kojima
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Date Published: August 1995
Legacy of the Dog is the finest photographic
guide to dogs ever assembled. Over 200 dog breeds are dramatically presented in more than
900 images by Tetsu Yamazaki, whose superb work also appeared in the best-selling volume
Legacy of the Cat. Page after page of stunning portraits offers a glimpse of prize-winning
dogs of all shapes, sizes, and colors - from the beloved golden retriever to the spirited
Scottish terrier and the classic weimaraner. All 134 breeds currently recognized by the
American Kennel Club are included, as well as a variety of breeds rarely seen outside
their homelands. With its uncanny eye for canine excellence, here is a unique compendium
of the world's dogs, in all their majesty and charm. This thoroughly engaging and
informative book begins with a history of the dog and a discussion of the various dog
groups - herding, working, sporting, hound, terrier, toy, and non-sporting breeds -
followed by extensive studies of their various features, including eyes, ears, tail, fur
color, and head. Later chapters focus on each dog group and include photographic profiles
devoted to each breed, with information on its background, physical characteristics,
personality traits, and care. A glossary and an index complete this indispensable volume.
of Dog Diseases and Health Problems
Author: Dick Lane, Neil Ewart
Publisher: Howell Books
Date Published: December 1996
A reference for all dog owners, showing how to
recognize signs of illness, identify the problem, and take appropriate action. Section I
looks at health and husbandry, with extensive coverage of breeding. Section II describes
signs of ill health and possible causes, and is cross-referenced to a third section on
treatment of diseases and health problems. Includes color photos.
Your Dog Healthy the Natural Way
Author: Pat Lazarus
Publisher: Fawcett Book Group
Date Published: July 1999
The best treat you can give your dog is a long and happy life. Keep Your Dog Healthy the
Natural Way tells you how to do it. Millions of people who use holistic healing techniques
on themselves are now discovering they can apply these same powerful practices to their
canine companions for a longer, healthier life. Drawing on the clinical experiences of
dozens of holistic veterinarians around the country, medical writer Pat Lazarus gives you
all the information you need to protect your pet's health and insure his survival to a
lively old age. Inside you''ll find:
|The inexpensive natural diet that
every dog needs to maintain a strong immune system
|The startling facts about
conventional vaccinations--and the safer alternatives
|Tailor-made diets for pregnant dogs,
nursing mothers, and active puppies
|The healing benefits of acupuncture,
homeopathy, chiropractic, and food supplements for old and "terminally" ill dogs
|New hope for infectious diseases,
cancer, heart trouble and hypertension, arthritis, and problems of the eye, skin, and hair
|The revealing truth about the
ingredients in most commercial dog food
And much more!
With the easy, natural care detailed in this book--including an essential directory of
holistic veterinarians nationwide--your dog can enjoy the good
health he deserves, from puppyhood to ripe old age.
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