December 29, 2010

If you’re looking for some educational reading to kick off the new year with broadened ‘doggie horizons’, may I suggest this fantastic new e-book from our good friend Liz Palika? You can download it by clicking this link:

I recently reviewed the book for Ready or Not Press, the publisher, and here’s what I had to say:

A Dog in the House” is a really fantastic, practical guide to dog ownership. It is very insightful and extremely easy to understand, with simple steps for more novice puppy owners and a wealth of information for seasoned dog lovers as well.

I highly recommend “A dog in the House” for anyone who’s considering bringing a puppy or adult dog into their lives and feel certain that with its practical, no-nonsense approach, this book will have a tangible, positive impact on helping families to integrate their new canine companion – and (more importantly) to actually help families set up a solid foundation for dog ownership and a home for that animal which will last for life – something that sadly, too many pets don’t get to enjoy.

There are many invaluable tips for achieving day-today harmony in living with pets, and some wonderful pointers on the way a dog’s mind works and how to interpret what he’s thinking or feeling. A definite must-read!