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50 Simple Ways to Pamper Your Dog Paperback – September 13, 2000

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Dogs Are Begging for More!

Want to coddle your collie? Spoil your spaniel? Bond with your boxer? Cherish your Chihuahua? Then youíll need this one-of-a-kind guide to grooming, exercising, feeding, and showing extra TLC to your four-legged friends. Learn to:

-Make your home fit for a dog by following a few simple rules for safety and fun

-Create gourmet meals and treats bound to prompt cheers of bone appetite

-Take a walk on the wag side with your pampered pooch

-Play paws-itively fun indoor games that are guaranteed to pleas

-Explore your spiritual side with your canineTand much more!

About the Author

Arden Moore is the author of 20 books on cats and dogs, including The Cat Behavior Answer Book, The Dog Behavior Answer Book, and Real Food for Dogs. She is the editor of Fido Friendly magazine, editor of Catnip, an animal behavior consultant and host of “Oh Behave!”, a weekly radio show on Pet Life Radio.com. She has appeared on Fox News, CNN Headline News, HGTV’s "Smart Solution," Martha Stewart Living Radio, NPR and hundreds of radio and television programs. She is known as "America’s Pet Edu-Tainer™" and gives pet talks throughout North America. Learn more by visiting her at www.ardenmoore.com.
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Product Details

  • Series: 50 Simple Ways to Pamper Your
  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Storey Publishing, LLC (September 13, 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1580173101
  • ISBN-13: 978-1580173100
  • Product Dimensions: 4.4 x 0.4 x 8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.1 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,096,037 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Jill Florio VINE VOICE on July 26, 2008
Format: Paperback
I enjoyed the ideas in this charming book and think any dog-crazy person would appreciate this light and fluffy offering as well. Here are some ideas from the author, test-driven by me:

1.Keep a toy chest for all your dog's playthings. This is a good one, since my dogs have so many toys that people think I must have children in the house. I leave out three toys at a time, maximum, and rotate the toys as the dogs get bored. Each time a new toy comes out of rotation, they think it's brand-new.

2. Give your dog a nickname. You know he's already got one anyway. It may as well be official. Frodo responds equally well to Frody, Little Dude, Freak and Goober.

3. Once a week, put your dog's bowls in the dishwasher. Excellent advice. I don't want want bacteria building up in those bowls any more than in mine.

4. Make a doggy scrapbook. Well, I have not gone so far as to make a plaster cast of Frodo's little puppy paws, or include hair from his first grooming, but he does have a framed print placed prominently in the living room. And, of course, a picture in my wallet.

5. Brush his teeth. My dogs love their toothbrushing sessions. I use a toothpaste for dogs (tastes like chicken), with their own special dog toothbrushes (made for their softer enamel). Once I am done brushing, I let them gnaw on their brushes a bit. Hey, I've also got tartar-control dog biscuits and flossy-thread rope toys. No one should have to deal with bad dog breath.

6. Don't forget the Christmas stocking. The dog stockings are shaped like bones and full of yummy dog treats and squeaky toys.

7. Buy doggy booties. I have some all-terrain dog Muttluks for seriously rocky hiking trips. My dogs walk funny in them at first, then shrug and get used to it.
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Rocky (my pet maltese) and I enjoyed this book. There are many great ideas and thoughts for caring for your dog. I did have one concern about giving your dog a pill in a grape. My vet says grapes are not good for dogs. Other then that, the book had wonderful insights and fun ideas.
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Moore offers pampering methods that your dog will actually acknowledge, enjoy and benefit from. The suggestions have the dog's health in mind and even offer solutions for common problems (like keeping your dog still during grooming,etc.). It's more of a "how to care for your dog better" book and covers all sorts of situations like travel and healthy dog recipes. The short sections and cute drawings make this a pleasure for any dog guardian to read, regardless of breed,
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There are some old tricks in here, but unlike dogs -old humans and young too- can be taught new tricks. I like reading books about things I can do for other people....my 3 dogs can't read so someone had to read self-helps for them right? HAHA...This book will show you creative new ways to reward your dogs, and remind you of some of the ways we need to care for our pets that don't occur to us every day. My beagles sure do love the massages!!!
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