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Caninestein: Unleashing the Genius in YOUR Dog by  Betty Fisher - Paperback - 1997-10-24 - from Kayleighbug Books and Biblio.com

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Caninestein: Unleashing the Genius in YOUR Dog

by Fisher, Betty

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Harper Paperbacks, 1997-10-24. Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear; Man's best friend has never had it so good. Seven out of ten Americans think of their pets as children, and they spend more than $680,000,000 a year on their "babies, " buying them gourmet food, health insurance and even daycare. "Caninestein" is for those doting parents who want to make sure that their beloved pooch leads the pack when it comes to intelligence. A fun and entertaining way to indulge themselves and their pets, it includes: a quiz made up of a series of activities that test the dogs problem-solving ability, learning ability, memory and language comprehensiontips for dealing with advanced learners or underachieversgames and exercises to stimulate the canine intellect. Featuring a fun design, tons of humorous cartoons and a tongue-in-cheek approach that is sure to charm all who read it, "Caninestein" is a wonderful gift for dog lovers -- and their dogs.

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