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Living With Blind Dogs

Author : Caroline D. Levin
ISBN : 0967225345
Genre : Pets
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'Living with Blind Dogs', now in its second edition, is the only published resource book on this topic. It embodies helpful hints from dozens of blind-dog owners, as well as years of ophthalmic nursing, veterinary, and dog training experiences. Both the veterinary community and dog owners alike continue to praise this text, in which Levin successfully answers the common question: "What do I do now?"

Breed Predispositions To Disease In Dogs And Cats

Author : Alex Gough
ISBN : 9781119225577
Genre : Medical
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Breed Predispositions to Disease in Dogs and Cats, Third Edition provides a comprehensive exploration of current knowledge of breed predispositions based on rigorous examination of primary research. Incorporates the latest research, new testing methods, and newly-discovered predispositions and diseases Provides expanded information on genetics, epidemiology, and longevity Includes key characteristics of diseases, including pathogenesis, genetics, risks, and common presentations Indexes dogs and cats by breed, with listings of common inherited and predisposed disorders organized by body system Includes absolute and relative frequency/occurrence data for conditions, along with references to further information

Woofs Of Wisdom

Author : Tony Cruse
ISBN : 197618598X
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This pocket-book of doggy wisdom contains a superb variety of concise phrases which help you understand and train your pet dog. Expert Dog Trainer Tony Cruse has reached out to over forty of the world's top dog trainers and behaviour professionals. The task was to provide useful and short soundbites which help to explain your pet dog, his behaviour and the training required. To add even more information and knowledge, each of the 91 short phrases is then given a full explanation by the respected expert. Woofs of Wisdom is designed to be a tactile and portable item of value and certainly lends itself to traditional book form Woofs of Wisdom contains contributions from the following experts...Andrea Arden, Anna Patfield, Annie Phenix, Carolyn Menteith, Claudia Estanislau, David Ryan, Dawn Antoniak-Mitchell, Denise Armstrong, Denise Fenzi, Diane Kasperowicz, Donna Saunders, Dr Ian Dunbar, Grisha Stewart, Hannah Wilkinson, Isla Fishburn, Jacqueline Boyd, Jane Arden, Jane Williams, Jean Donaldson, Jo Pay, Justine Schuurmans, Karen Bush, Kay Attwood, Kay Laurence, Kelly Gorman Dunbar, Kirsten Dillon, Lily Clark, Linda Case, Linda Michaels, Lisa Tenzin-Dolma, Louise Glazebrook, Louise Wilson, Lynda Taylor, Mik Moeller, Muriel Brasseur, Sally Marchant, Sarah Fisher, Silvia Trkman, Sue Kinchin, Susan G Friedman, Suzanne Clothier, Theresa McKeon, Tim Bleecker, Toni Shelbourne, Tony Cruse, Tracie Hotchner and Val Harvey. With 91 Woofs of Wisdom, this pocket-sized book will be carried around by dog enthusiasts for many years to come! What's your favourite Woof of Wisdom?

Citizen Canine

Author : David Grimm
ISBN : 9781610391344
Genre : Pets
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Dogs are getting lawyers. Cats are getting kidney transplants. Could they one day be fellow citizens? Cats and dogs were once wild animals. Today, they are family members and surrogate children. A little over a century ago, pets didn't warrant the meager legal status of property. Now, they have more rights and protections than any other animal in the country. Some say they're even on the verge of becoming legal persons. How did we get here—and what happens next? In this fascinating exploration of the changing status of dogs and cats in society, pet lover and award-winning journalist David Grimm explores the rich and surprising history of our favorite companion animals. He treks the long and often torturous path from their wild origins to their dark days in the middle ages to their current standing as the most valued animals on Earth. As he travels across the country—riding along with Los Angeles detectives as they investigate animal cruelty cases, touring the devastation of New Orleans in search of the orphaned pets of Hurricane Katrina, and coming face-to-face with wolves and feral cats—Grimm reveals the changing social attitudes that have turned pets into family members, and the remarkable laws and court cases that have elevated them to quasi citizens. The journey to citizenship isn't a smooth one, however. As Grimm finds, there's plenty of opposition to the rising status of cats and dogs. From scientists and farmers worried that our affection for pets could spill over to livestock and lab rats to philosophers who say the only way to save society is to wipe cats and dogs from the face of the earth, the battle lines are being drawn. We are entering a new age of pets—one that is fundamentally transforming our relationship with these animals and reshaping the very fabric of society. For pet lovers or anyone interested in how we decide who gets to be a “person” in today's world, Citizen Canine is a must read. It is a pet book like no other.

Lend Me An Ear

Author : Martha Hoffman
ISBN : 1617811211
Genre : Pets
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Compared to dogs, all humans are hearing-challenged But it takes more than sharp ears to be a hearing Dog. Mixed companion-breed dogs from shelters and rescues have proven themselves to be more talented for this career than any existing dog breed. When a curious, people-loving busybody of a mutt with a natural interest in sounds is trained and paired with the right human partner, wonderful things happen. Martha explains: The complex temperament of the perfect Hearing Dog Testing methods to select shelter dogs for Hearing Dog potential Dog-friendly training methods for teaching a dog to alert to sounds

Making Dogs Happy

Author : Melissa Starling
ISBN : 1760634042
Genre : Animal psychology
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Is your dog happy? How do you know? Studies have shown that many dog owners incorrectly interpret their dog's behaviour and emotions. Making Dogs Happy will ensure you're being a good human to your furry companion. Learn what motivates your particular dog and you can train your dog accordingly, making your dog as happy as they make you.

Teach My Dog To Do That

Author : Jo-Rosie Haffenden
ISBN : 9780752266459
Genre : Pets
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Join Jo-Rosie Haffenden and Nando Brown, the animal trainers from ITV’s Teach My Pet To Do That, as they reveal how any dog can learn new tricks. This simple, practical guide will have you and your pooch mastering the basics of trick training in no time and opening up a whole new world of fun for both of you. Whether they’re shy and retiring, or love the limelight, in Teach My Dog to Do That, there’s something for every type. Trick-training is a great way to get to know your dog better, deepen your bond and help keep them keep fit and stimulated. Full of hints, tips and photographs and taking you from the very simplest training fundamentals to show-stopping tricks like “Dog Yoga” and “Tidy Your Toys”, the only limit to where you end up is your imagination.

Real Dog Yoga

Author : Jo-Rosie Haffenden
ISBN : 1910488178
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Mine

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ISBN : 9781617810251
Genre : Animal behavior therapy
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Dog Bites

Author : Daniel Mills
ISBN : 191045561X
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The issue of dog bites and dog aggression directed at humans is frequently in the media. However, scientific research and evidence on the subject is scattered and sparse. Public and political opinions are often misinformed and out of proportion to the extent of the problem. Experts who have researched into the many facets involved in the subject have not so far pooled their knowledge together. Dog Bites aims to bring together expert knowledge of the current situation from a wide variety of disciplines to provide information to the many people and professions affected by the issue. Subjects range from the practical, medical, behavioural, sociological and theoretical, but the overall approach of the book is to be objective and integrative. Topics addressed include the genetic basis of aggression, the public image of aggressive dogs, bite statistics, risk factors, the forensics and surgical aspects of dog bites, international legal perspectives, court evidence, first aid treatment, zoonotic disease potential, behavioural rehabilitation options, risk to children and a consideration of why some dogs kill. All contributors are academic or long-standing professional experts in their field and represent a wide spread of international expertise. The issue is an important one for pet owners, vets, animal shelters, and anyone who works with dogs, such as the police. This book is a valuable resource for them as well as for animal behaviourists, academic researchers, health professionals, dog breeders and handlers.

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