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Dr. Ian Dunbar Dr. Dunbar is called the world's leading authority on puppy training and behavior. He originated the off-leash puppy classes, and has led a revolution in fun training for pups and grown dogs. This is a thorough and easy-to-follow training guide that would make a great new puppy gift!
Celia Haddon Why do cats do such naughty things? Written by one of today's foremost feline experts (yes, there is such a thing), this book provides practical solutions to many perplexing situations that only cats can dream up.
Gayle Pruitt This cookbook is filled with delicious recipes, all guaranteed to cause drooling from both human and canine mouths. There are more than 100 well-balanced, nutritious recipes that are corn, sugar, soy, and gluten free, intended to be enjoyed by chef and pup together. A great gift idea for the dog-loving cook!
Kelly E. Carter Color coded by region, this is a beautifully designed and organized travel guide for those who prefer to be accompanied by their canine companions. Carter is a pet travel expert, and each entry includes events for pets, as well as attractions, shopping, and other tips. She rates hotels and restaurants (the 4-bone method), and offers...
Peggy O. Swager A comprehensive guide that takes you through every step of setting up and organizing a home-based dog training business, from understanding legal issues to marketing and advertising.
Kathy and Missi Salzberg From advice on zoning, permits, and insurance, to constructing and financing your home pet grooming shop, this guide can help you hit the ground running. It shows you how to assess your personal skills, estimate your start-up costs, choose the right products, and stay profitable once you are in business.
Nicholas H. Dodman With humor and compassion, Dr. Nicholas H. Dodman explores the complex emotional problems of troubled dogs and cats and their often equally distressed owners. "A truly landmark book . . . an immensely pleasurable read."—Marty Becker, DVM, Good Morning America
Lisa Preston Foreword by Race Foster, DVM There are many alternative treatments available now for animals, and this book gives a good overview of all of them, from the mystical to the mainstream. A great resource to have on hand for your companions.