277 Secrets Your Dog Wants You to Know: A Doggie Bag of Unusual and Useful Information

277 Secrets Your Dog Wants You to Know: A Doggie Bag of Unusual and Useful Information

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by Paulette Cooper, Paul Noble
     
 

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From the ten products that could save your dog's life to your dog's ten most embarrassing habits, this book of tips, advice, and anecdotes will help anyone to better understand and care for their dog. It's time for the creature we describe as our "best friend" to receive more careful attention and recognition of his/her sterling qualities. This revision

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From the ten products that could save your dog's life to your dog's ten most embarrassing habits, this book of tips, advice, and anecdotes will help anyone to better understand and care for their dog. It's time for the creature we describe as our "best friend" to receive more careful attention and recognition of his/her sterling qualities. This revision reflects the latest in doggie knowledge and products, and answers such timeless questions as:Should you vacuum your dog?What can dogs hear, smell, and see-and should they watch TV?How do I give my dogs pills, brush their teeth, and perform other tough tasks without losing their love?And much much more...at least 277 fun facts and helpful hints for dog owners around the world.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780898157376
Publisher:
Ten Speed Press
Publication date:
02/28/1995
Pages:
204
Product dimensions:
5.79(w) x 8.89(h) x 0.87(d)

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Meet the Author

Paul Noble, winner of five Emmys, works for Lifetime Television and is the co-author of three books with his wife, Paulette Cooper.
Paulette Cooper is the award-winning author of thirteen books, including 277 SECRETS YOUR DOG WANTS YOU TO KNOW and THE SCANDAL OF SCIENTOLOGY.

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Guest More than 1 year ago
If not the best, it is one of the best dog books I have read and I have read several. The book is written with the reader in mind and flows as you read. I read cover to cover as soon as I opened it and now go back to get answers to questions that pop up. I just reread the chapter on Dog Allergies and while I had the book open took another look at Expensive Gifts to Buy Your Dog. Most dog lovers on my gift list this year will find this truly fun and educational book in their stocking. I hope there is a new one in the wings.Be sure to take the Dog Nut quiz at the end.Your dog will love you for buying this book. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.