|Born To Win: Breed To Succeed,
by Patricia V. Craige
Book Description The most comprehensive dog book of our time. Who but Pat Craige, winner of 10 Hound Groups at the Westminster show, could write the definitive dog book that explores every facet of breeding and exhibiting top winning Pure Bred Dogs.
|How To Be Your Dog's Best Friend: A Training
Manual for Dog Owners, by The Monks of New Skete
an informal, friendly guide by The Monks of New Skete, is really two books in one: a step-by-step training manual and a philosophical discussion of the spiritual benefits of owning a dog. The Monks, who support their community in upstate New York by breeding and...
The Art of Raising a Puppy,
by The Monks of New Skete (the first 3 months)
|Mother Knows Best: The Natural Way to
Train Your Dog, by Carol Lea Benjamin
With more than 150,000 copies sold, Mother Knows Best is one of the top training books of all time. Based on the natural way a mother dog trains her puppies, Benjamin's training method is humane, effective and all natural. Now we've put a bright new cover on a timeless classic.
|How to Raise a Puppy You Can Live With,
by Clarice Rutherford
"Did you know that puppies go through critical periods? Do you realize that if certain things are not taught to a puppy in the first twelve weeks of life, it will be much more difficult for him to learn?..." (excerpt from back cover)
|Surviving Your Dog's Adolescence: A Positive
Training Program, by Carol Lea Benjamin
As any parent knows, adolescence is the most challenging part of raising a child. However, as Carol Lea Benjamin proves in "Surviving Your Dog's Adolescence," illustrative cartoons, pertinent case studies, and good advice can certainly make that challenging age easier to handle.
|Dog Showing for Beginners
by Lynn Hall
For new and prospective participants to the sport of dog showing, here are insider tips and observations to help the fledgling exhibitor enter the intriguing world of dog shows while avoiding common mistakes. The photographs are matched to the text to provide a graphic emphasis and to acquaint...
|Raw Meaty Bones Promote Health,
by Tom Lonsdale
"...domestic dogs and cats should be fed natural foods, that is, following closely "the natural diet of free-living wild carnivores ... and that such a diet polishes and cleans the animals’ teeth. He argues that domestic pets fed on commercial pet foods do not gain this benefit and that the ensuing periodontal disease underpins most pet diseases, including arthritis." from the Law Society Journal
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