Book Reviews

In Need of a Good Book? Check Out These Titles!

September 30, 2010 by Tails Magazine in Book Reviews, October 2010 with 0 Comments

Cleo: The Cat Who Mended A Family
By Helen Brown (Citadel Press)
Award-winning columnist Helen Brown captures the touching impact of a family cat in her international best seller Cleo: The Cat Who Mended A Family. Readers will fall in love with Cleo as they follow her life from rambunctious kitten to wise cat, through heartbreak and happiness. This is a sure-fire hit for all cat lovers.

Home-Prepared Dog & Cat Diets, Second Edition
By Patricia Schenck (Wiley-Blackwell)
Home-Prepared Dog & Cat Diets, Second Edition, by Patricia Schenck provides readers with recipes, guides, and indexes to help them optimize meals for their pets. All recipes are custom designed for cats or dogs and are targeted to the specific needs of the pet’s condition, including pregnant or lactating pets, senior pets, and even pets living with cancer. This is a comprehensive reference for guardians of healthy pets or pets with special needs.

A Modern Dog’s Life: How to Do the Best for Your Dog
By Paul McGreevy (The Experiment)
Veterinarian, award-winning researcher, and animal behaviorist Paul McGreevy addresses the environmental complexities impacting the life of 21st-century dogs in his book A Modern Dog’s Life: How to Do the Best for Your Dog. By drawing on the latest research on dog behavior, McGreevy explains why dogs behave the way they do and teaches humans to become life coaches for their dog. Think of this book as a “Go-To” guide for anyone living with a companion dog.

Chow Hounds: Why Our Dogs Are Getting Fatter—A Vet’s Plan to Save Their Lives
By Ernie Ward (Health Communications, Inc.)
In his book Chow Hounds: Why Our Dogs Are Getting Fatter— A Vet’s Plan to Save Their Lives, Ernie Ward, veterinarian and founder of the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, tackles the issue of overweight dogs in America and addresses the implications obesity has on their lives. Referencing real-life cases, Dr. Ward exposes the truth behind pet food labels, the health risks for sedentary pets, and how pet lovers can make responsible choices to enhance the life of their 
best friend.

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