There comes a point in every dog's life when we start to notice the signs of aging, and we naturally become less certain about how to care for our beloved pet. As this wonderful, informative book shows, looking after the older dog is a straightforward process that does not need to involve cranky diets or dog aerobics. It is packed full of practical information for the dog-owner, such as how to find a vet, health checks to make at home, nursing, and MOTs for dogs, plus a handy A-Z of canine afflictions, for quick reference. This is the book that no dog-owner should be without.
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This book is written by three leading experts on animal behaviour: Claire Bessant is a leading veterinary journalist. She writes for various cat magazines and is the Commissioning Editor of a veterinary publication. Bradley Viner runs his own animal practice, which runs from four sites in London. He writes and broadcasts regularly for radio and television. Peter Neville is one of the UK's best-known pet psychologists and has a regular behaviour therapy clinic. He is the author of many bestselling books on pet behaviour.
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