What to Expect When Adopting a Dog is a guide to successful dog adoption and pet parenting for every family. Anyone considering a new dog has questions, particularly when thinking about adopting a shelter dog.
What to Expect When Adopting a Dog offers expert advice from rescue specialists and organizations, veterinarians, dog parents, and pet business owners. The book offers links to the best, most relevant articles from pet professionals along with some useful products, making it a one-stop shop for the most asked dog-related questions, before, during, and after adoption.
What to Expect When Adopting a Dog answers questions like:
- Whether dog adoption is right for you
- How to adopt a dog from a shelter or rescue group
- How to prepare your home for a new furry member
- How to integrate your new pup into your home, family and lifestyle.
- How to provide a lifetime of comfort and care from puppyhood through the senior years.
In five modules, Certified Humane Education Specialist and award winning author Diane Rose-Solomon leads the reader through all the steps they should take to decide on a dog, the adoption process, and lifelong care. And, with the shorter lives of animals, she delivers a heartfelt chapter on saying goodbye to a pet.
There are thousands of dogs waiting for a loving home. This book educates a prospective dog parent on what to expect, helping make the experience easier and more joyous.
|Publisher:||Pets People Planet Connection, LTD.|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)|
About the Author
There are three more books in the JJ series, plus a guide for families to help make the dog adoption process easier and more fulfilling, in the works. Additionally, Ms. Rose- Solomon is increasingly involved in the science of the human-animal bond and the powerful healing effects animals have on humans.
Diane has most recently been speaking at events like the American Cancer Society Bark for Life and the Women in the Pet Industry Network conference. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, two children and two rescued dogs, Gonzo and Ninja and would love to speak with your group, whether it's kids or adults.
With over 23 years in Animal Rescue, Diane is proud to be a member of APHE, WIPIN, and Humane Ed Coalition.