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Description - Who Moved My Bone? by Theresa Mancuso

More dogs really can be more fun, dog training and caare take on a whole new dimension when there's more than one dog in the household. Owners find themselves surrendering the bed (because it's easier than hearing the dogs whine), skipping vacations because it's harder to find a sitter for more than one dog), and skipping social events (to get home to their dogs). Who Moved My Bone? is a lifeline for thse who have more than one dog - and the perfect preparation for those who are considering adding another dog to their families. This wise and affectionate fuide answers such crucial canine conundrum as how to: Establish good street manners for dogs that walk together; Prevent feeding time from being a frenzy; Play games that do not cause jealousy; Travel with dogs - and know when to leave them at home; Help a dog cope with the loss of a packmate; Pack living is truly a dog's natural habitat. Written with tenderness and authority by a longtime multiple dog owner, this book provides ever bit of information the leader of the pack needs in order to realize the special benefits of sharing a life with more than one dog.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781593370121
ISBN-10: 1593370121
Format: Paperback
(216mm x 140mm x mm)
Pages: 288
Imprint: Adams Media Corporation
Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
Publish Date: 12-Jul-2004
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Theresa Mancuso

Theresa Mancuso has been a multi-dog owner for more than two decades. She has published more than sixty articles to date in sucj magazines as Dog World.