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eBook The Holistic Puppy: How to Have a Happy, Healthy Dog ePub

by Diane Stein

  • ISBN: 0895949466
  • Category: Pets and Animal Care
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Diane Stein
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Crossing Press (August 1, 1998)
  • Pages: 160
  • ePub book: 1128 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1282 kb
  • Other: lrf lit mbr docx
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 910

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Are you considering adopting a puppy or grown dog? Diane Stein will help you choose and train a dog and will also advise you on proper . 100% Money Back Guarantee. Shipped to over one million happy customers.

Are you considering adopting a puppy or grown dog? Diane Stein will help you choose and train a dog and will also advise you on proper nutrition and health problems.

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Are you considering adopting a puppy or grown dog? Diane Stein will help you choose and train a dog and will also advise you on proper nutrition and health problems, through the dog'-'s entire life span, from infancy through the hell-raising teenage years, to old age. She includes homeopathic remedies and other natural remedies. Having rescued three grown dogs with moderat Are you considering adopting a puppy or grown dog?

Having rescued three grown dogs with moderate to severe emotional and physical problems and also raised two puppies, Diane Stein understands that when a puppy comes to live with people, humans and animal become a canine-human pack-family. She explores this dynamic and explains how you can put this knowledge to use to raise a happy, healthy do. 4. Poodles Are the Best! (Best Dogs Ever). What's that dog with the curly coat, good looks, and keen intelligence? It's the poodle!

Are you considering adopting a puppy or grown dog? Diane Stein will help you choose and train a dog and will also .

Are you considering adopting a puppy or grown dog? Diane Stein will help you choose and train a dog and will also advise you on proper nutrition and health problems, through the dog'¬?s entire life span, from infancy through the hell-raising teenage years, to old age. Nitroflare.

Diane Stein will help you choose and train a dog and will also advise you on proper nutrition and health problems, through the dog'¬?s entire life span, from infancy through the hell-raising teenage years, to old age.

This way, you can adopt a healthy and happy puppy that will be with your family for years. The breeder should also have a strong relationship to local veterinarians and should instruct you in how to take care of the puppy once you take it home

This way, you can adopt a healthy and happy puppy that will be with your family for years. The breeder should also have a strong relationship to local veterinarians and should instruct you in how to take care of the puppy once you take it home. Feel free to ask as many questions as you want.

4 7. Dinner for Dogs: 50 Home-Cooked Recipes for a Happy, Healthy Dog .

Home Cooking for Your Dog: 75 Holistic Recipes for a Healthier Dog by Christine Filardi and Wayne Geltman. If you are interested in trying a new diet for your dog but aren’t sure what type of diet is right for you, this book is a great start. 7. Dinner for Dogs: 50 Home-Cooked Recipes for a Happy, Healthy Dog by Henrietta Morrison. Just one of the many dog food and treat recipe books that Patterson has to offer, Dog Food Love incorporates plenty of fresh ingredients as well as a supplement use guide.

I have a new dog, and I was wondering how to look after her properly. I want her to be as happy and healthy as possible. Provide adequate training for the dog especially if she is a puppy, this will prevent future frustrations. Any answers would be highly appreciated. Next find a reliable vet.

Are you considering adopting a puppy or grown dog? Diane Stein will help you choose and train a dog and will also advise you on proper nutrition and health problems, through the dog'¬?s entire life span, from infancy through the hell-raising teenage years, to old age. She includes homeopathic remedies and other natural remedies. Having rescued three grown dogs with moderate to severe emotional and physical problems and also raised two puppies, Diane Stein understands that when a puppy comes to live with people, humans and animal become a canine-human pack-family. She explores this dynamic and explains how you can put this knowledge to use to raise a happy, healthy do.

Comments

Vaua Vaua
If you are looking for a how-to book on training your Basset hound to behave like a "good dog", you probably won't like this book. However, if you are looking for a book that tells you the peculiarities of the Basset breed, or tells you surprising things to expect with a Basset, or tells you about life with a Basset, then this book is everything you want/need to know. Bassets are called "clowns" for a reason ... well, actually, for many reasons! And most of those reasons are included in this book. If you are a finicky housekeeper, or if you think that everything should have its place (and you weren't thinking it should be on a shelf right below ceiling level), you may not see the humor in Bassets. If you get upset by clothing disappearing out of the clothes hamper and down the throat of a Basset (and out a different route), you may not see the humor in Bassets. If you want a dog who will walk beside you and not pay attention to all the wonderful sights and smells in the grass, you may not see the humor in Bassets. But if you enjoy a good laugh, especially if you are fortunate enough to be owned by one of these wonderful creatures, then this book deserves to be in your library where it can be enjoyed over and over again.
Ueledavi Ueledavi
The book was great, made me laugh and thought probably noone would buy a basset after reading it. However, we're so pleased with the plus side, Lucy is our fourth tricolor basset. She trained easily, cares deeply about our aches and pains and makes us laugh daily. While the previous dogs were with us, each about 12 years, we had children around who might possibly have kept secrets from us concerning bad behavior. This time we're on our own, and sometimes are quite astounded by her antics. Examples: opens ladies purses in search of items for personal use, i.e. lipstick (perfect application I must say), one a day boxes of pills (only Saturdays were gone and they were vitamins), tissues). We live in a retirement community where dogs are accepted (except in the large wel coming area which contains the front desk, mail boxes etc.). She learned right away that if she jumped up and pushed a big button, the doors would open. Voila! She can run like a greyhound with a fiend, but, as the book says, when she doesn,t want to go a certain way, she'll sit and ignore all pleas.
Vertokini Vertokini
This is a cute book of basset stories and not really designed for training. The stories give you insight to the bassets behavior. My mom who has alzheimers enjoys the stories as they are comical. If you need a training book, I suggest Joan Urban's book A New Owners Guide to Basset Hounds
JoJosho JoJosho
This is a great book on bassets. I am considering adopting one and was recommended this book by the rescue group. It is a good primer on the good, the bad and the ugly of basset hounds. One thing to note is that it is very anecdotal, so if you are looking for detailed information on training, diet, health, etc. I would not recommend this book. I am currently reading the Terra Nova Basset Hound book and it definitely fills in the blanks in great detail.
Paster Paster
As a Basset Hound owner (my 3rd hound, my 2nd rescue), I can tell you that this book is fantastic at explaining (or justifying) all of the weird quirks and idiosyncrasies to be found in a Basset Hound. I'm not sure it would convince someone considering adopting a Basset Hound for the first time that the breed was for them though. An absolute must for someone that knows the breed, as it will delight and entertain and teach you things you didn't know, but more of a companion book for a Basset Hound Newbie... they'll need the no-nonsense breed book as well for the serious info about these beloved, low-slung, drooly, loud, lovable dogs! I love this book and reference it often, even after 15 years of hound-slavedom!
Lanadrta Lanadrta
After almost 30 years of Saints (Bernards,) I got a Basset!
Diane Morgan tells new "basseteers" everything we need to know about the breed and how, specifically, to make the family basset happy & healthy. This is the definitive (and funny - like the breed it boasts, roasts, and toasts) Basset book.
Are we having fun yet? Stay tuned for more tales of me & my baby basset, Lucy Inda Sky. /TundraVision, Amazon Reviewer
Hra Hra
I love this book! It captures the absolutely unique character of the goofy, glorious bassets we adore. Lots of funny, silly, touching real-life stories about their personalities, along with great advice. Bassets are such characters, I always said they should come with an owner's manual -- now they do!
Such a great, cute book on Basset Hounds. Lots of information, helpful tips and very humorous. Really well written, helpful book. I would recommend this to any basset hound owner and anyone looking to get a basset hound.