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Interpet Publishing, Nov 1, 2006 - Dogs - 208 pages
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Imagine the most amazing miscellany of dog-related facts, figures, information, humour, anecdotes, tall tales, fun activities, and up-to-date care and training information all rolled into one irresistible package - you're thinking Dogbiz! Here in one compact and accessible volume is a cornucopia of dog lore that will go straight to the top of the "must have" list of every dedicated dog lover. The contents are arranged into separate sections that naturally group together subjects that are thematically related. For instance, dogs in history delves deep into the inspiring stories of dogs working alongside man and includes details of dogs that have performed heroically in battle or helping the emergency services, dogs in art, incredible displays of loyalty and companionship, even dog ghosts! On a lighter level, the section on dog crafts teaches owners brilliant new skills to enjoy with their dogs, like creating topiary dogs to decorate a garden, how to master the special skills of casting a dog horoscope, how to make a personalized birthday card for a dog, cookery recipes for dog treats etc. Other sections cover facts, figures and record breakers, all sorts of activities to enjoy with a dog, dog-linked jokes and cartoons, essential care and training advice, how to read a dog's body language, the origins of breed names, interpreting your doggie dreams, and much, much more!

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O'Neil is the Director of the Center of Applied Pet Ethology and has worked on the Discovery Channel's documentaries and home videos.

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