UNDERSTANDING AND TRAINING YOUR DOG OR PUPPY
By H. Ellen Whiteley, D.V.M.
Author of "Understanding and Training Your Cat or Kitten"
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Why do dogs bark? Why do dogs like to bury bones and dig in the dirt? Can you train them to refrain from these natural behaviors? How do you choose the perfect canine companion? Can you “allergy-proof” your dog? Can you train your dog to like the mailperson? Your boyfriend? Your grandchildren? How do you know if a dog is depressed? Stressed? Sick? Happy? In fourteen information-packed chapters, H. Ellen Whiteley, D.V.M., answers these and hundreds of other vital questions about raising healthy and happy dogs in your home. Each chapter includes a letter from a concerned dog owner, and Dr. Whiteley’s advice to that owner.
Whiteley, an award-winning author, draws upon her experiences as a practicing veterinarian and her years as pet columnist for publications such as “The Saturday Evening Post,” “Woman’s World,” “Milwaukee Sentinel” and others to write a book filled with interesting and insightful anecdotes about dogs and their people that will keep you turning pages long after you’ve discovered the answers to your specific questions.
H. Ellen Whiteley is the author of “Understanding and Training Your Cat or Kitten,” Animals and Other Teachers” and the coauthor of “Women in Veterinary Medicine: Profiles of Success,” all from Sunstone Press, as well as “Train Your Dog in No Time” from Que Publishing. She has been a veterinarian for over thirty years, with job descriptions as diverse as military veterinarian; national rabies awareness spokesperson; poultry inspector; instructor of veterinary technology; and practicing veterinarian. An avid hiker, Whiteley has trekked in Nepal and climbed Africa’s Kilimanjaro. She and her husband George live in Guadalupita, New Mexico. For more information, visit her website: www.DrWhiteley.com
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