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Whether you’re already a dog owner or plan to get yourself a pup soon, now is the time to invest in your dog’s future health and continuing happiness for you both! And you can do that immediately by acquiring a copy of Dog Health Care: 7 Simple Ways To Keep Your Dog Healthy by Rachele Baker DVM. Even though our family has enjoyed four dogs over the past several decades, as I read Baker’s book, I realized how much I still didn’t know about proper dog nutrition, looking after dogs’ ears and teeth, along with recognizing the signs of something being very wrong with our beloved 4-legged friends.
Dr. Baker enlightens us on seven simple but key ways to keep our dogs healthy in short, easy to read chapters that make use of bold headings for quick reference. She also suggests, by name, the products that she, as a vet, most recommends for regular dog care. I certainly plan to look some of these up, especially after watching our dog struggle this past summer with tick bites and itching, infected ears brought on by environmental allergies.
It was also interesting to learn in detail what the various vaccines are for and what can happen if a dog isn’t protected. It was horrible to envision that some dogs can have up to 50 heart worms or to realize you might not recognize the lameness in a dog’s hind legs is not arthritis but the result of Lyme disease! You see, that lameness might not appear until months after the dog has been infected by a tick bite, and by then it might be too late to help your pet. Apart from purchasing this book…highly recommended…you might like to visit Dr. Baker’s website where you can download a “cheat sheet” for keeping your pet healthy.