Paperback ISBN: 0618517529
The first "doglopedia" ever written includes a wide array of information for dog lovers, including how to say dog in 133 languages, advice on how to photograph dogs, tips on evaluating a litter, and much, much more. Original.
The Loved Dog
The Playful, Nonaggressive Way to Teach Your Dog Good Behavior
Hardcover ISBN: 1416938141
A Hollywood dog trainer draws on her scientific studies with dogs to explain how to use non-violent, wolf-inspired methods in order to bond with and train canine companions, in a guide that reveals how to employ non-aggressive, play-based techniques that elicit desirable dog behaviors. 75,000 first printing.
Dr. Pitcairn's New Complete Guide to Natural Health for Dogs & Cats
3rd Edition Paperback ISBN: 157954973x
Thoroughly updated and revised, an A-to-Z encyclopedia of common pet ailments and their treatments also features tips on a do-it-yourself pet checkup, recipes for healthier food, sources of herbal and homeopathic supplies, environmental ailments and solutions, emergency care, and more. Original.
Be the Pack Leader
Use Cesar's Way to Transform Your Dog . . . and Your Life
Paperback ISBN: 0307381676
A dog behavior expert demonstrates the skills one needs to become the family pack leader to help a dog live a balanced, fulfilled life, bringing together practical tips and techniques with real-life success stories.
Smarter Than You Think
A Revolutionary Approach to Teaching and Understanding Your Dog in Just a Few Hours
Hardcover ISBN: 0671001728
Presents the techniques of a veteran dog trainer and his groundbreaking theories on humane and holistic communication with animals, debunking currently accepted methods
Bones Would Rain from the Sky
Deepening Our Relationships With Dogs
Paperback ISBN: 044669634x
The author shows readers how to craft mutually beneficial relationships with their dogs, offering deep insights into canine psychology and the canine-human relationship. Reprint.
16 Weeks to a Well-Mannered Dog-A Simple and Time-Proven Method
Hardcover ISBN: 0525944729
One of America's leading dog trainers presents effective, simple directions for training the family dog and offers valuable advice on selecting the right dog to suit one's lifestyle, grooming, medical care, diet and nutrition, and more. 10,000 first printing.
Raising Puppies & Kids Together
A Guide for Parents
Paperback ISBN: 0793805686
Maintaining a safe and happy household that includes both puppies and children can be a challenging task. Sharing insight gleaned from over 20 years of combined experience in the field of dog training, Raising Puppies & Kids Together provides a roadmap for navigating the sometimes-complicated path to a loving and respectful relationship between puppies and children. Real-life examples of interactions between children and dogs clearly illustrate common problems and offer appropriate solutions, while instructional photos give examples of both "right" and "wrong" behavior. Learn how to meld the playful and protective nature of a puppy with the curiosity and compulsiveness of a child to create a positive atmosphere for the puppy, the child, and the rest of the household.
Small Dogs, Big Hearts
A Guide to Caring for Your Little Dog
Paperback ISBN: 0471779636
Small dogs can bring big rewards! Small dogs are charming, intelligent, and loving, but they can also be overly energetic, manipulative, and stubborn. How do you ensure that your little dog becomes a fun, feisty best friend rather than a tiny terror? Small Dogs, Big Hearts is an updated and expanded edition of the classic The Irrepressible Toy Dog. It features the very latest, safest, and fastest training methods for little dogs. There's no need to use training methods from the past that don't work well with most dogs, let alone little ones who view the world and their owners from a very different vantage point. You'll find everything you need to know to train your little dog, from housetraining to house manners, in this updated volume. Small Dogs, Big Hearts follows the small dog from puppyhood through the senior years, giving advice on important topics such as: - socialization - housetraining - behavior - nutrition - healthcare - pampering your pint-sized pooch With lots of adorable photos, you'll see small dogs at their most charming while you learn to bring out the best in your little bundle of love. Darlene Arden is widely acknowledged as an authority on small dogs, and is the author of many books and articles about dogs and their care. A member of the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants, she is a certified animal behavior consultant and a regular contributor to Animal Radio Network. Words of Appreciation for this book and its predecessor include: "The voice of experience speaks about the hidden (and not so hidden) life of Toy dogs. Darlene Arden's sensible and practical advice is a must for would-be Toy dog owners. -Dr. Nicholas H. Dodman, Tufts University, Author of The Dog Who Loved Too Much "Small Dogs, Big Hearts is an invaluable treasure of information… It includes every aspect of puppy care from infancy through adulthood. It is precise, beautifully written, and easily understood by both the professional dog exhibitor and the owner of a beloved family pet. Every person who contemplates purchasing a dog or who has a dog should own this book." - Victor Joris, AKC Toy Group Judge. "Darlene Arden has come up with an informative book which, just like the little creatures that inspired it, manages to be of serious intent and at the same time entertaining. A thorough instruction manual for small dogs in general, it delves into the breed-specific joys and idiosyncrasies of these mini-sized canine charmers as well."- Lilian Barber, Author, The Italian Greyhound, 21st Century. "For anyone who has owned a small dog, the best book ever written has been written by Darlene Arden." - Martha Smith, Providence Journal Bulletin. "At last, we have a book devoted to Toy dogs written by an authority on Toy dog care…This book would be a worthwhile addition to any dog fancier's library." - Glenna Fierheller, Dogs in Canada. "Arden's breezy, unassuming portrait of the Rodney Dangerfields of dogdom captures everything from their blue-collar feistiness to their charming insouciance." - Ranny Green The Seattle Times. "If you've never considered yourself a 'small dog person,' this book could change your mind. If you've always loved Toys, you'll feel vindicated. And if you're considering a change of dog to a smaller breed this book will help you to avoid what could be fatal mistakes. The Irrepressible Toy Dog provides good advice for anyone with a dog, but for the Toy person it's a gift of understanding that will shatter the myth that all little dogs are or should be nasty, snappy brats. Brava!" -Karen L. Overall, MA, VMD, PhD University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. A Howell Dog Book of Distinction.