Calling the toughest canine questions! Owning a dog is one of lifeas great joys, but sometimes the challenges it brings can make even the most devoted dog lovers panic, throw up their hands, or feel completely overwhelmed. Before you get to the end of your leash, turn to this friendly and relatable reference thatas the next best thing to talking to a dog-owning friend who's seen it all. In Oh My Dog, animal rights activist Beth Ostrosky Stern has compiled tips and invaluable advice from expertsaand from her own experience as dogownerato sooth concerns, answer questions big and small, and help you and your dog get the most out of your relationship. From the moment you even consider getting a dog, to caring for your old friend when his puppy years are far behind him, Oh My Dog covers every angle of dog ownership, including: ac Which breeds would be good match for me? ac What do I look for in a vet? ac How do I make sure our first night together is as stress-free as possible? ac What activities will help me bond with my dog? ac Is my dog showing sign of illness? ac What should I know before I head to a doggie day care or park? ac How do I read pet food labels? ac What should I do in an emergency? Choc full of informative side bars, questionnaires, to-do lists, and much, much more, Oh My Dog is the answer-filled field guide for anybody who owns a dog or is considering getting one. acacacacacac Beth Ostrosky SternBe sure your dog can stand up and turn around in the carrier. f Medications, medical records, and care instructions stored in a waterproof container. This should include vaccination records, descriptions ofyour peta#39;s medical conditions, youranbsp;...
|Title||:||Oh My Dog|
|Author||:||Beth Ostrosky Stern, Kristina Grish|
|Publisher||:||Simon and Schuster - 2010-05-04|