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CATS
By Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson, Author and Illustrator

A humorous, accurate account of the instincts and habits of cats for young readers.

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Wild cats, tame cats, alley cats, barn cats--all kinds of cats fill the pages of this science picture book for younger readers. It grew out of years spent by the author in studying cats and keeping them as pets. The physical characteristics of cats, their instincts and habits are described and explained. There is an interesting section on how to play with a kitten or cat, what kind of den to construct and directions for making it. There are rules for raising healthy, happy cats--how to feed them, keep their quarters clean, and train them. In the last part of the book, the author takes up the whole cat family--lions, tigers, cheetahs, and their cousins--and he ends with a brief history of our pets as we know them today. The amusing and informative pictures on every page not only illustrate the text, but provide a wealth of additional information. Younger children will find endless entertainment in the pictures, and there is no age limit to those who will enjoy the informal, authentic text.

Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson wrote his first book at the age of eight. Called Animal People, it started like this: “This book is for children who are interested in animals and birds. It has verey good pictures in it and children can understand it verey easily.” He later learned to spell, and wrote and illustrated over twenty books for children with “verey good pictures” that they could understand. Young readers everywhere are glad he did.

Website: http://books.google.com/books?id=RsaCcEXvE-IC

Softcover:
7 X 10
ISBN: 978-0-86534-645-1
84 pp.,$18.95

eBook:
ISBN: 978-1-61139-112-1
84 pp.,$9.99


THE CHISEL-TOOTH TRIBE
By Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson, Author and Illustrator

A practical and comprehensive account of squirrels, beavers, rabbits, prairie dogs, etc., including their habits, appearance, and activities.

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Here, in a comprehensive and extremely readable volume, the author-artist whose many nature books are favorites with children gives an absorbing account of little animals equipped with chisel-like teeth for gnawing including their habits, appearance, and activities. The world of this army of small mammals is one which most of us could observe for ourselves if we wished to. No one reading these lively chapters about the squirrels, beavers, rabbits, prairie dogs, etc., could ever again take them and their interesting ways for granted.

In his simple, inimitable style, known to many readers through such books as Cats, Starlings, Coyotes, Goats, The Wonder World of Ants, The Grasshopper Book, Horns and Antlers, Turtles, Stooping Hawk and Stranded Whale, and Pinto’s Journey, Mr. Bronson provides a humorous and informative text, enhanced by many detailed drawings.

Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson wrote his first book at the age of eight. Called Animal People, it started like this: “This book is for children who are interested in animals and birds. It has verey good pictures in it and children can understand it verey easily.” He later learned to spell, and wrote and illustrated over twenty books for children with “verey good pictures” that they could understand. Young readers everywhere are glad he did.

Website: http://books.google.com/books?id=Va0WT30uep4C&printsec=frontcover&dq=9780865348547&hl=en&sa=X&ei=Fgx

Softcover:
6 x 9
ISBN: 978-0-86534-854-7
208 pp.,$19.95


GOING TO THE DOGS
An Incredible True Story
By M. Louise Heydt

Order from Sunstone: (505) 988-4418

Think you know your animal friends? The author did too. Then she met Laura Stinchfield, who calls herself The Pet Psychic, and her world became enriched in ways she never knew were possible. You will meet Kundun, selfless, big-hearted pit bull-greyhound rescue, Genji, a spirited Paso Fino gelding, rambunctious Rasa and shy, abused Tara, Catahoula Leopard Hound sisters who tell their stories in their own words with the help of animal communicator, Laura, and their mom.

The journey begins with a move from the wilds of northern New Mexico to the Ojai Valley in California. Experience this family’s joy, pain, love, loss and the author’s odyssey of caring for them as all age and confront their limitations, traumas, hopes, dreams and absolute devotion to each other. You will cry. You will laugh. And you will never think about animals in the same way again. The sudden illness and untimely death of a member of this animal family leads to conversations on the Other Side and introduces the reader to an alternate reality so surprising that it may completely change whatever one believes Heaven is.

Louise Heydt lives in the Ojai Valley in California. With a Master’s Degree in Eastern Classics from St. John’s College in Santa Fe, New Mexico, she brings her academic knowledge of Buddhism, Hinduism, and the literary classics of China, India, and Japan into her writing. An artist and poet, she has traveled extensively in Asia. She is also the author of Divine Rainbow from Sunstone Press.

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Website: http://goingtothedogsbook.com

Softcover:
6 x 9
ISBN: 978-0-86534-952-0
236 pp.,$22.95

eBook:
ISBN: 978-1-61139-353-8
236 pp.,$3.99


THE HEART AND SOUL ANIMAL SANCTUARY
To Love and Be Loved
By Natalie Owings

The story of an animal sanctuary in northern New Mexico.

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This book is written in passionate defense of the stray dog. They wander the back roads of the world, hungry and forlorn, seeking, always seeking, love and companionship. Why are they lost? Most likely they have been dumped by the most insensitive and cruel of humans.

Dogs love to love; hence, this book is written about and dedicated to the most loving of creatures: the stray dog who has been rescued. There are hundreds of stories about stray dogs everywhere, and here are some of them. As this book seeks to convey, they will love you as no other creature can or will. Just visit The Heart and Soul Animal Sanctuary in Glorieta, New Mexico, and ask the dogs.

Natalie Owings, founder and director of The Heart and Soul Animal Sanctuary, grew up on a ranch in New Mexico. She attended schools in Colorado, New York, and Germany. Following a multitude of positions, New Mexico drew her back permanently. In the 1970s, Owings rescued her first dogs. Even while working full time, she had from 10 to 16 rescued dogs in the house and would rush home from work to take them all out on long walks in the beautiful wilderness areas. Today, her Heart and Soul Animal Sanctuary, the result of hard work and dedication, cares for approximately 150 rescued animals at all times. These include dogs, puppies, cats, horses, llamas, goats, chickens, ducks, geese, rabbits and guinea pigs. There are no cages. Everyone has a home. As Owings puts it, with love and passion, “I simply can’t walk past a stray dog.”

Website: http://books.google.com/books?id=fmW-ySkySccC&dq=9780865347083&source=gbs_navlinks_s

Hardcover:
12 x 9
ISBN: 978-0-86534-708-3
190 pp.,$45.00


HORNS AND ANTLERS
By Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson, Author and Illustrator

A practical and comprehensive account of North American deer and antelopes, including their habits, appearance, and activities.

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This is the story of North American deer and antelopes—whitetails found in all parts of the United States, mule deer in the West, moose in Canada, mountain goats in the Rockies, and others. The habits of the various members of the deer family of this continent and their differences are described in the same lively and engaging style which distinguishes all of the books by Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson.

In his simple, inimitable style, known to many readers through such books as Cats, Starlings, Coyotes, Goats, The Wonder World of Ants, The Grasshopper Book, Turtles, The Chisel-Tooth Tribe, Stooping Hawk and Stranded Whale and Pinto’s Journey, Mr. Bronson provides a humorous and informative text, enhanced by many detailed drawings.

Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson wrote his first book at the age of eight. Called Animal People, it started like this: “This book is for children who are interested in animals and birds. It has verey good pictures in it and children can understand it verey easily.” He later learned to spell, and wrote and illustrated over twenty books for children with “verey good pictures” that they could understand. Young readers everywhere are glad he did.


Softcover:
6 x 9
ISBN: 978-0-86534-914-8
146 pp.,$19.95


LET BUSTER LEAD
My Discovery of Love, PTSD and Self Acceptance
By Deborah Dozier Potter

“I'm not a dog person, but I became just as emotionally involved reading about Buster, in Deborah Dozier Potter's memoir, as I did as a youth reading Alfred Payson Terhune's books about his collie, Lad. He became a person. I felt for him. I cheered for him. I ultimately grieved for him. Buster is a dog who truly made a difference during his life, and Mrs. Potter's love for her subject matter illuminates each page.” (Dominick Dunne)

“Deborah Potter vividly elucidates a much under diagnosed illness affecting an estimated 6 to 7 percent of the U.S. population at any one time. As a physician I have witnessed first hand how Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can destroy families and relationships. I strongly recommend this book to my colleagues and to those who desire a first person account of this illness and its manifestations." (David A. Gonzales, MD)

“'Let Buster Lead' is a love story that begins in the pound, but the adopted pup is beyond ordinary. He rescues a woman who falls prey to a devastating and seemingly incurable illness and saves a marriage in the process. You will weep for joy and heartbreak in the course of reading about this creature, who must be gamboling in heaven with Lassie and Rin Tin Tin and every other legendary dog in literature." (Sylvia Chase, television news correspondent for 20/20, Primetime and NOW on PBS)

“Those suffering with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder as well as their family members will enhance their own healing through this warm, honest, and poignant story. The book is a touching and vivid reminder to us all of our hidden inner struggles and can give hope to the many who learn that their recovery will be through relationships--of all kinds! Potter writes in a warm, open and easy personal style; this is a story of courage and commitment.” (Marilyn J. Mason, Ph.D., former family psychologist and celebrity author)

"Hats off to a talented new writer Deborah Potter. In her first book she spins a touching, charming, altogether winning love story, the likes of which has never been told quite so tenderly before. It will lift your spirits and make you feel good about the world at a time when we need it most." (Robert Osborne, columnist for "The Hollywood Reporter" and host of Turner Classic Movies)

Order from Sunstone: (505) 988-4418

In this newly revised personal memoir about love, courage and healing, Deborah Dozier Potter shares her relationship with her Border Collie, Buster, from the day she met him at the animal shelter until the last moment of his life. But this isn’t a typical pet love story. The author met Buster while in a state of cynicism and grief following the death of her father and her new pet helped to restore her faith in life. Buster then helped her cope with a high-powered marriage, intense stress and faltering self-esteem. When she suffered major trauma in a horse accident, Buster stayed by her side, his herding dog instincts protecting her vulnerable and broken body. A year after the accident she became too tense to be touched by others or leave her home, unaware that she had developed a severe case of PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder). She tells us how she discovered she had this disease and how Buster became her official service dog. She describes her struggle with PTSD symptoms, and what it was like to travel on airplanes and function in public with a disability. Buster, as a therapy dog, helped restore her mental health and self-assurance and lead her back into a normal life. This is their story.

DEBORAH DOZIER POTTER was born into an entertainment A-list family. Her mother, Joan Fontaine, her aunt, Olivia de Havilland, and her stepmother, Ann Rutherford, were forties era movie stars. Her father, William Dozier, a popular film and television executive, produced and narrated TV’s Batman series. Seeking a “regular” environment, Deborah settled in Santa Fe, New Mexico where she continued her international career as an actors’ representative. She and her husband raised two sons, developed a politically charged real estate law firm, and have formed partnerships that own several businesses. Among her many volunteer positions, she has served as the founding organizer of Santa Fe’s Plaza Community Stage, a member of the Kennedy Center’s President’s Advisory Council on the Arts, and as a trustee of a college, an orchestra and two museums. Her traumatic accident leading to PTSD, an often un-diagnosed disability, and a life-changing relationship with her Border Collie inspired her to write their story. www.deborahdpotter.com

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Website: http://books.google.com/books?id=zpwfYvZmA98C

Softcover:
6 x 9
ISBN: 978-1-63293-038-5
198 pp.,$19.95

eBook:
ISBN: 978-1-61139-340-8
198 pp.,$3.99


NITO AND CHLOE GET AN INVITATION
The Continuing Tale of an Assistance Dog of the West
By Judith M. Newton with Illustrations by Sue Blackburn

The story of how an “assistance dog” continues to help a little girl in a wheelchair.

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Nito is matched with a little girl in a wheelchair he lives with and helps every day. They love each other and do great work together. When Nito and Chloe get an invitation to Washington to visit the White House, they meet the President, his family, and their dog Bo and receive the Service Dog of the Year award.

For people with disabilities, assistance dogs make a huge difference both physically and emotionally. Since 1995, over 100 Assistance Dogs of the West dogs have been placed, promoting greater independence and self reliance, and offering unconditional love and companionship. These remarkable dogs function as bridges for people with physical and psychiatric disabilities--starting conversations that help to educate the general public. Helping to raise, care for and train assistance dogs through Assistance Dogs of the West educational programs provide mainstream and at-risk elementary, middle, high school and juvenile detention center students as well as youth and adults with developmental disabilities a unique opportunity for learning and growth. All student dog trainers gain knowledge, build responsibility and compassionate awareness of people with different abilities, and make concrete contributions to their community.

The author, Judith Newton, served as Executive Director of the Special Education School in Paris, France and was Director of Youth and Adult Programs for the Montgomery County, Maryland, Association for Retarded Citizens. While working at the Children's Foundation in Washington, DC she advocated for children's food programs at congressional, state and local levels. Her volunteer work includes 15 years as a docent at the National Gallery of Art. Moving to Santa Fe seven years ago, she became a docent at both the Georgia O'Keeffe and New Mexico Museum of Art. Having always wanted to write a book for young children, inspiration came from her board involvement with Assistance Dogs of the West. And from sweet Chutney, who always wags her tail.

The illustrator, Sue Blackburn, started drawing and coloring after 25 years of being "grown-up". During her grown-up period, she graduated from Richmond Professional Institute with a degree in Art Education and earned her Master's Degree in Elementary Education from the University of New Mexico. Sue taught elementary grades for 14 years in Virginia, New Mexico and Guatemala. She and her family are dedicated travelers, and while living in Hawaii she started doing her "kidscapes". They were an instant success and she has since sold her bright, happy drawings to people from all parts of the world. Especially popular are her colorful Mexican drawings, kid-infested banyan trees of Hawaii, and the winsome pueblo children of New Mexico. Sue does over 100 family portraits every year, designs posters, magnets and Christmas ornaments. She has illustrated several books. For more information about Assistance Dogs of the West, please go to www.assistancedogsofthewest.org or call (505) 986-9748.


Softcover:
8 1/2 X 8 1/2
ISBN: 978-0-86534-739-7
24 pp.,$12.00


NITO MEETS CHLOE
The Tale of an Assistance Dog of the West
By Judith M. Newton with Illustrations by Sue Blackburn

The story of how an “assistance dog” helps a little girl in a wheelchair.

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Nito, an “assistance dog” and a member of Assistance Dogs of the West, has a new assignment. He has just been matched up with Chloe, a little girl in a wheelchair and is looking forward to this new experience. He soon learns how his training helps Chloe at home and school and he becomes an important and loving member of Chloe’s family in no time at all.

For people with disabilities, assistance dogs make a huge difference both physically and emotionally. Since 1995, over 100 Assistance Dogs of the West dogs have been placed, promoting greater independence and self reliance, and offering unconditional love and companionship. These remarkable dogs function as bridges for people with physical and psychiatric disabilities--starting conversations that help to educate the general public. Helping to raise, care for and train assistance dogs through Assistance Dogs of the West educational programs provide mainstream and at-risk elementary, middle, high school and juvenile detention center students as well as youth and adults with developmental disabilities a unique opportunity for learning and growth. All student dog trainers gain knowledge, build responsibility and compassionate awareness of people with different abilities, and make concrete contributions to their community.

The author, Judith Newton, served as Executive Director of the Special Education School in Paris, France and was Director of Youth and Adult Programs for the Montgomery County, Maryland, Association for Retarded Citizens. While working at the Children's Foundation in Washington, DC she advocated for children's food programs at congressional, state and local levels. Her volunteer work includes 15 years as a docent at the National Gallery of Art. Moving to Santa Fe seven years ago, she became a docent at both the Georgia O'Keeffe and New Mexico Museum of Art. Having always wanted to write a book for young children, inspiration came from her board involvement with Assistance Dogs of the West. And from sweet Chutney, who always wags her tail.

The illustrator, Sue Blackburn, started drawing and coloring after 25 years of being "grown-up". During her grown-up period, she graduated from Richmond Professional Institute with a degree in Art Education and earned her Master's Degree in Elementary Education from the University of New Mexico. Sue taught elementary grades for 14 years in Virginia, New Mexico and Guatemala. She and her family are dedicated travelers, and while living in Hawaii she started doing her "kidscapes". They were an instant success and she has since sold her bright, happy drawings to people from all parts of the world. Especially popular are her colorful Mexican drawings, kid-infested banyan trees of Hawaii, and the winsome pueblo children of New Mexico. Sue does over 100 family portraits every year, designs posters, magnets and Christmas ornaments. She has illustrated several books. For more information about Assistance Dogs of the West, please go to www.assistancedogsofthewest.org or call (505) 986-9748.


Softcover:
8 1/2 X 8 1/2
ISBN: 978-0-86534-638-3
24 pp.,$12.00


STARLINGS
By Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson, Author and Illustrator

A humorous, accurate account of the instincts and habits of starlings for young readers.

See PRAISE FOR THIS BOOK below.

Order from Sunstone: (800) 243-5644

Imported to the United States from Europe in 1890 and released in Central Park, New York City, to fight the growing number of insect pests at that time, the starlings quickly adapted themselves to the new climate. They are now at home almost everywhere. The starling is typical of many other birds, and this book with simple text is a wealth of birdlore. The marvel of streamline design and construction which is a bird’s body—a design which has been copied to a great extent in building airplanes—is carefully explained. We follow the starling from nesting time, when the female busily sets the nest to rights, until the young ones are completely independent. As in Pinto’s Journey, Turtles and Coyotes, also by Wilfrid Bronson and published by Sunstone Press, the text in this book for young readers is in large, clear type, and there are many illustrations on each page.

Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson wrote his first book at the age of eight. Called Animal People, it started like this: “This book is for children who are interested in animals and birds. It has verey good pictures in it and children can understand it verey easily.” He later learned to spell, and wrote and illustrated over twenty books for children with “verey good pictures” that they could understand. Young readers everywhere are glad he did.

Website: http://books.google.com/books?id=nKYJY_ADQ8wC

Softcover:
7 X 10
ISBN: 978-0-86534-649-9
84 pp.,$18.95


TURTLES
By Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson, Author and Illustrator

A humorous, accurate account of the instincts and habits of turtles for young readers.

“This is another delightfully illustrated book by Bronson, who has a knack for capturing nature with light illustrations and easy words. For youngsters who like turtles, this first nature guide packs a lot of information. What do turtles eat? How are their babies hatched? These are only a few of the questions posed, and answered. In large type, beginning readers (who just might be budding biologists) can do research into these intriguing reptiles themselves. They’ll see what a turtle’s neck looks like when pulled inside the shell and what a turtle burrow looks like. They’ll also learn how they’re different from tortoises.” (“Book Chat,” Enchantment)

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What do turtles eat? How are their babies hatched? Why can a turtle pull his head inside his shell? What kinds of turtles make the best pets? How should pet turtles be fed and where should they be kept? All these and many other questions are answered in this natural science picture book for young readers. As in “Pinto’s Journey,” “Starlings” and “Coyotes,” also by Wilfrid Bronson and published by Sunstone Press, the text is in large, clear type, and there are many illustrations on each page.

Wilfrid Swancourt Bronson wrote his first book at the age of eight. Called Animal People, it started like this: “This book is for children who are interested in animals and birds. It has verey good pictures in it and children can understand it verey easily.” He later learned to spell, and wrote and illustrated over twenty books for children with “verey good pictures” that they could understand. Young readers everywhere are glad he did.

Website: http://books.google.com/books?id=aEpNfOxQ1lwC

Softcover:
7 X 10
ISBN: 978-0-86534-651-2
84 pp.,$18.95

eBook:
ISBN: 978-1-61139-104-6
84 pp.,$9.99


UNDERSTANDING AND TRAINING YOUR CAT OR KITTEN
By H. Ellen Whiteley, D.V.M.

Author of "Understanding and Training Your Dog or Puppy"

Order from Sunstone: (800) 243-5644

What do you do to promote harmonious relations when your cat hates your fiancé? How do you raise kittens that will interact well with children? How do cats learn? Can you teach your cat to ring the doorbell or play dead? Are some cats despots? How do you know if a cat is depressed? Stressed? Sick? Happy? In fourteen information-packed chapters, H. Ellen Whiteley, D.V.M., answers these and hundreds of other vital questions. Each chapter includes a letter from a concerned cat owner and Dr. Whiteley’s advice to that owner.

Whiteley draws upon her experience as a house-call veterinarian for felines and her years as a pet columnist for publications such as “The Saturday Evening Post,” “Woman’s World,” “Cats,” and others to write a book filled with interesting and insightful anecdotes about patients, clients, and readers that will keep you turning pages long after you’ve discovered the answers to your specific questions.

H. Ellen Whiteley, D.V.M., is the author of “Understanding and Training Your Dog or Puppy,” “Animals and Other Teachers” and the coauthor of “Women in Veterinary Medicine: Profiles of Success,” all from Sunstone Press, as well as “Train Your Dog in No Time” from Que Publishing. She has been a veterinarian for over thirty years, with job descriptions as diverse as military veterinarian and national rabies awareness spokesperson. Whiteley founded Cat Clinic of Amarillo, Texas, and at the time was the only veterinarian in her locality to offer house-call services for cats. An avid hiker, Whiteley has trekked in Nepal and climbed Africa’s Kilimanjaro. She and her husband George live in Guadalupita, New Mexico. For more information, visit her website: www.DrWhiteley.com

Website: http://www.DrWhiteley.com
Website: http://books.google.com/books?id=nLm2C_J9A90C

Softcover:
6 X 9
ISBN: 978-0-86534-509-6
276 pp.,$22.95

eBook:
ISBN: 978-1-61139-080-3
276 pp.,$17.99


UNDERSTANDING AND TRAINING YOUR DOG OR PUPPY
By H. Ellen Whiteley, D.V.M.

Author of "Understanding and Training Your Cat or Kitten"

Order from Sunstone: (800) 243-5644

Why do dogs bark? Why do dogs like to bury bones and dig in the dirt? Can you train them to refrain from these natural behaviors? How do you choose the perfect canine companion? Can you “allergy-proof” your dog? Can you train your dog to like the mailperson? Your boyfriend? Your grandchildren? How do you know if a dog is depressed? Stressed? Sick? Happy? In fourteen information-packed chapters, H. Ellen Whiteley, D.V.M., answers these and hundreds of other vital questions about raising healthy and happy dogs in your home. Each chapter includes a letter from a concerned dog owner, and Dr. Whiteley’s advice to that owner.

Whiteley, an award-winning author, draws upon her experiences as a practicing veterinarian and her years as pet columnist for publications such as “The Saturday Evening Post,” “Woman’s World,” “Milwaukee Sentinel” and others to write a book filled with interesting and insightful anecdotes about dogs and their people that will keep you turning pages long after you’ve discovered the answers to your specific questions.

H. Ellen Whiteley is the author of “Understanding and Training Your Cat or Kitten,” Animals and Other Teachers” and the coauthor of “Women in Veterinary Medicine: Profiles of Success,” all from Sunstone Press, as well as “Train Your Dog in No Time” from Que Publishing. She has been a veterinarian for over thirty years, with job descriptions as diverse as military veterinarian; national rabies awareness spokesperson; poultry inspector; instructor of veterinary technology; and practicing veterinarian. An avid hiker, Whiteley has trekked in Nepal and climbed Africa’s Kilimanjaro. She and her husband George live in Guadalupita, New Mexico. For more information, visit her website: www.DrWhiteley.com

Website: http://www.DrWhiteley.com
Website: http://books.google.com/books?id=QVf3pVCXNQcC

Softcover:
6 X 9
ISBN: 978-0-86534-510-2
272 pp.,$22.95


WARM HEARTS AND COLD NOSES
A Common Sense Guide to Understanding the Family Dog
By Ernie Smith

Illustrated, index

Order from Sunstone: (505) 988-4418

Making the family dog your family's best friend is the premise of Ernie Smith's Warm Hearts and Cold Noses. He feels your dog should be well-trained but lovable since obedience and enjoyment go hand in hand. With his methods, owners and their dogs share mutual respect and good times. Practical solutions are given for the many problems dogs and their owners face: feeding, housebreaking and leash training are some of the subjects covered in detail. There are also chapters on health, temperament, heredity and environment.

Website: http://books.google.com/books?id=QGLdoKEGIHMC

Softcover:
5 1/2 x 8 1/2
ISBN: 978-0-86534-109-8
96 pp.,$14.95

eBook:
ISBN: 978-1-61139-996-7
96 pp.,$4.99


 
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