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Want to treat your little dog like royalty? Indulge his every desire or whim? When your pooch is more like a friend or family member than a pet, he deserves the best. High on the list of doggie indulgences are fancy collars, fabulous footwear, and canine couture. An outfit for your dog can be a t-shirt, or a head-to-toe ensemble (like the tourist look: a little straw hat, a floral shirt, and a pair of teeny-tiny tennis shoes!). And buying special products is just one of the many way to pamper your pooch. There are also many activities that can be catered to dogs, like pedicures, massages, and exercise plans. Discover the multitude of ways to pamper your pup with this fresh, new title. Learn how to create doggie duds for less, how to make the holidays special for a pooch, and even how to keep the house looking fashionable when dealing with doggie drool and shedding. Superbly designed, chock-full of practical information, and just plain fun, The Little Dogs' Beauty Book is the dog owner's comprehensive guide to making your furry friend feel like royalty. Read the rest of this entry »
The book may have numerous typos or missing text. It is not illustrated or indexed. However, purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original rare book from the publisher's website. You can also preview the book there. Purchasers are also entitled to a trial membership in the publisher's book club where they can select from more than a million books for free. Subtitle: Or, a Description of Pointers and Setters ... of the Breeding of Pointers ... of Training Dogs for the Gun; of Scent ... the Fowling Piece Fully Considered ... of Percussion Powder ... of Gunpowder ... Shooting Illustrated; and the Art of Shooting Flying ... the Game Laws ...of Wild Fowl and Fen Shooting... Original Publisher: Printed for Sherwood, Jones, and Co. Publication date: 1823 Subjects: Shooting; Game and game-birds; Dogs; Juvenile Fiction / Animals / Dogs; Nature / Birds Read the rest of this entry »
"For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction." Newton’s third law of motion Don't be surprised that a book on dog training is starting with an old physics quote. It's from Newton but it's a natural law which is applicable to other events including dog training. I know you will want to ask: Of what use is this law here? You see, lots of people are trying to find solutions to problems without actually knowing the cause of these problems. Lots of dog owners have been trying to stop puppies from biting without even knowing in the first place why puppies bite. According to Isaac Newton, every action is a result of an opposite reaction. Everything happens for a purpose and for a reason. Your puppy will bite because of certain reasons, which if you study will help you in creating a good old dog as a friend. Read the rest of this entry »
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