Dozer played all the beach games as if no one was keeping score. Because of his short legs and huge paws, Dozer could not keep up with the other dogs but that did not stop him from having a good time. Dozer was happy to play all the games. He didn't care about the score he was just happy to be in the game... but he did hope that he one day he could be great at something. Dozer did discover his greatness and his story teaches children that they can be great too.
EMILY POST FOR THE PET SET HAS FINALLY ARRIVED.
From dining out, to the proper do’s-and-don’ts
of traveling with panache.
The Miss Fido Manners Complete Book of Dog Etiquette:
The Definitive Guide to Manners for Pets and Their People(Adams Media) by nationally-recognized pet expert Charlotte Reed
(a.k.a. Miss Fido Manners)
shows readers the best practices for flawless canine behavior in every situation.
Find out what your dog is really saying and talk back!
How do you say hello and good-bye in dog talk?
Most importantly, how do you tell your dog that you're the boss and have him adore you?
Learn what different tail positions and facial expressions mean
and much more!
Jean Craighead George, award-winning author of over 80 books about nature and animals, demonstrates in words and photos how to communicate with your best friend.
Cabo & Coral
The Other End of The Leash
By Patricia C McConnell
The Other End of the Leash demonstrates how even the slightest changes
in your voice and the way you stand can help your dog understand what you want.
Once you start to think about your own behavior from the perspective of your dog, you’ll understand why much of what appears to be doggy-disobedience is simply a case of miscommunication. Inside you will learn
• How to use your voice so that your dog is more likely to do what you ask.
• Why “getting dominance” over your dog is a bad idea.
• Why “rough and tumble primate play” can lead to trouble–and how to play with your dog in ways that are fun and keep him out of trouble.
• How dogs and humans share personality types–and why most dogs want to live with benevolent leaders rather than “alphawannabees!”
The Rainbow Bridge: