Recently, I stumbled over an excellent new resource for dog lovers everywhere.
It addresses a topic we all worry about , but many of us have a less than perfect understanding of, but we cannot progress with how to train puppy if we do not take care of this vital aspect of our dog’s life.
When our puppy is a bit off colour we tend to hope for the best with fingers crossed and use a bit of gut instinct to treat the problem. When she doesn’t improve, we go straight for the vet – which may of course be a necessary step, but it is always expensive and often inconvenient. Why when there are 7 days in the week, is it so often a Sunday when we feel the need to take a sick pet to the vet?
This new resource I’ve found will mean an end to guesswork and holding your breath as far as puppy health goes. You will learn how to maintain excellent doggy health and how to recognise conditions that require professional treatment as opposed to those that can be treated by you at home.
Dog lover Sam Michael has recently published The Ultimate Guide to a Super Healthy Dog. It covers in detail 35 proven ways to have a dog that is bright and healthy every single day of it’s life.
Sam has written his comprehensive guide in 2 parts.
Part I covers 20 essential generic chapters for general health issues to protect your dog from diseases just by you doing the right thing in daily dog’s activity.
Part 1 of The Ultimate Guide to a Super Healthy Dog includes
- How to select a proper diet for your dog
- Vitamin and mineral supplements
- First steps in grooming, clipping and bathing your pet
Part II covers specific dogs’ diseases. You will find out about (amongst many other things)
- Canine Distemper
- Hip dysphasia and what breeds are most prone to it
- How to Give Your Pet CPR
The Ultimate Guide to a Super Healthy Dog is well worth checking out if you are serious about the health of your dog.