When it comes to dog health, it's not easy to decide when to take your dog to the vets unless it's for his normal check up or vaccinations. He may be looking a little off color one day but who wants to pay a fortune for veterinary care if tomorrow he's going to be back to his normal self without any treatment. Your dog can't tell you what's wrong, so it's a tricky business trying to figure out how serious his condition is.
We've always had dogs but this is one area where we've always gone on the side of caution and taken them to the vets. This has sometimes cost us a great deal of unnecessary money, time and hassle.
Without a good grounding in canine medical basics, you are never going to be able to decide which is the best course of action.
The Ultimate Guide to Dog Health is a publication that will give you confidence and take the guess work out of deciding whether you need to take your dog to the vet.
It covers all the health problems that your dog may face, how to prevent these problems before they arise, and let's you know if a visit to a veterinary center is advisable.
This book is packed with knowledge about dog health from veterinarians and dog care specialists but is very easy to read and understand.
The book deals with all the common problems and ailments surrounding dog health. It covers issues like toothache and dental trouble, ear infections, skin rashes and chafing, eye irritations, worming issues, and lameness, chronic problems like vomiting, diarrhea, coughing, asthma, breathing trouble, and liver problems. More severe issues like arthritis and cancer and symptomatic "alerts" like hair loss, lethargy, and behavioral changes.
It's detailed, comprehensive, and knowledgeable but retains a conversational, easy-to-understand tone, and it gives you the kind of introduction to canine healthcare that will help you to take the best care of your dog.
You will also learn how to watch your dog's body language and pick up early warning signs of trouble.
How to groom your dog quickly and effectively, Dental and gum care, how to administer medicine safely and easily, and how to recognize the early warning signs of dog health trouble through behavioral and physical changes.
As well as all this information, there are many photographs, illustrations, and explanatory diagrams.
One of the most important questions dog owners have is, How can I tell how serious the problem is, and when do I need to take my dog to the vet?
Symptom charts have been included and designed especially to help owners make solid decisions about their dog's health-care and whether veterinary care should be sought and if so, how urgently.
As well as the fully-illustrated, 240-page guide, you also get a handful of tempting bonus books.
"The Ultimate Guide to Dog First Aid"
This is an incredibly useful resource for those situations requiring an immediate response including how to perform the canine Heimlich maneuver and doggie CPR.
"180 Gourmet Recipes for Your Dog"
Which really teaches you how to indulge your pooch's taste buds.
"101 Ways to Spoil Your Dog for Under $10"
Detailing all kinds of luxuries-on-a-budget and activities for you and your dog to enjoy together.
"20 Super-Healthy Recipes for Your Dog"
Which proves that doggie health-food is as delicious as anything else.
These free books have a combined value of over $80
This is an important publication on dog health that every responsible dog owner should want to own. Not only does it enable you to make good decisions about the more serious health issues commonly suffered by dogs, but you learn a lot about the minor, day-to-day ailments and afflictions that almost every dog will encounter from time to time, as well as a host of useful facts on preventative care.
This comprehensive guide to dog health will help you to spot little problems before they become big ones. Comes highly recommended and truly indispensable.