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The complete home medical guide for cats
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The complete home medical guide for cats

By Schneck, Stephen

New York: Stein and Day, 1976-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. scuffing and edge wear to jacket, light edge wear to boards; Exactly as the title suggests, a complete guide to caring for a sick or injured cat from how to spot an injury or malady to how to fix it and when to seek professional treatment.

$2.99

No Bad Dogs the Woodhouse Way
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No Bad Dogs the Woodhouse Way

By Woodhouse, Barbara

New York: Summit Books, 1982-01-01. Paperback. Very Good. edge wear; According to the late Barbara Woodhouse, there are no difficult dogs, only inexperienced owners. In No Bad Dogs she propounds her outspoken beliefs about dog behavior; having trained more than 17,000 dogs and their owners, Woodhouse knows of which she speaks. She isn't shy about condemning bad owners, firmly believing that dogs reflect their masters, habits and all. But this highly regarded book doesn't dwell on the negative; it suggests positive and simple training techniques for any owner and offers hope for all types of dogs, ranging from the chronically phobic to the severely jealous. No Bad Dogs is illustrated throughout with case studies of cured canines.

$1.99

The Hounds of Hastings: The Welfare of Animals in a Small Town
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The Hounds of Hastings: The Welfare of Animals in a Small Town

By Krows, Marion Soetemon

New York: Columbia University Press, 1938. Hardcover. Very Good. light edge wear;

$13.00

Amber: A Very Personal Cat

By Taber, Gladys

New York: Curtis Books, 1970. Mass Market Paperback. Good. faint spine crease, light edge wear; Amber, a little ball of amber fur, topaz eye and a loving heart, arrived at the author's home just in time to combat the loneliness that followed the death of Holly, the Irish Setter. From the moment the Abyssinian walked into Stillmeadow, she took over. Here the author recounts Amber's minor problems and gives sound and simple advice to cat owners about diet, housebreaking, ailments and discipline. But the real heart of the book is the relationship between Amber and the author, following Amber's development from kitten to mature cat and the warm connection that has grown between them in just over a year's time.

$4.99

Why Do Dogs Do That?: Real Answers to the Curious Things Dogs Do
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Why Do Dogs Do That?: Real Answers to the Curious Things Dogs Do

By Thornton, Kim Campbell

Irvine, CA: Bowtie Press, 1999-04-01. Trade Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear, hinge crease; Why Do Dogs Do That? shows that there is a lot more than meets those big doggy eyes. A real eye opener, this book tackles crazy canine conundrums.

$1.00

Why do cats sulk? : and all your other questions answered

By Bleecker, Arline

Boca Raton, FL: Globe Digests, 1996. Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear; 98 pp; Can they see in color? How do they purr? Do they dream? Why does catnip flip them out? These and many, many more questions about cat behavior answered.

$1.99

German Shepherds Volume 3 (Popular Dogs Series)

By Spie, Roger (editor)

Irvine, CA: Bowtie Magazines, 2006. Paperback. Good. edge wear, some light cover wear; 128 pp; perfect bound, magazine format/style

$4.00

You and Your Aquarium
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You and Your Aquarium

By Mills, Dick

New York: Knopf, 1986-03-12. Trade Paperback. Good. heavy edge wear, some light soiling; A guide to 120 species of aquarium-suitable fish, how to set up an aquarium and the proper care you need to keep your fish healthy.

$1.99

A Dog is Your Best Friend with Jewelry (Petites)
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A Dog is Your Best Friend with Jewelry (Petites)

By Kaufman, Lois L. [Compiler]; Brinkman, Paula [Illustrator];

Peter Pauper Press, 2000-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. light edge wear to boards and jacket; miniature book of quotes about dogs - full color illustrations, bound-in ribbon bookmark, gold-plated charm on ribbon end;

$3.99

Bone Dog/Buddy Dog (Tales for Dogs)
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Bone Dog/Buddy Dog (Tales for Dogs)

By Kennedy, Flora; Kennedy, Fiona [Illustrator]

New York: Rodale Books, 2004-01-01. Board book. Very Good/No Jacket. light edge wear; We dog companions are lucky people, aren't we? Not only do we get all this love & loyalty, fun & games, we get to see and do things dog-less people can't imagine. Our world is better, our lives happier, thanks to our dogs. Now you can share a new experience with your dog. Everyone likes talking to their dog, but sometimes you run out of things to say--or you feel a bit shy. So make it easy--read your dog a story written just for them, complete with their own name and favorite words. Each story ends with a treat, game or other fun activity. You'll find settling down together to read a Tales for Dogs story is rewarding for you and your dog. Make it part of your daily routine and be prepared for head tilting, questioning looks, smiles, kisses and great memories in the making. Before you begin - please take a moment to personalize this story for your dog. Write his (or her) name in the spaces left open so that your dog knows you're talking to him (or her). If you don't stop for tummy tickles or cuddles, this story will take around 5 to 10 minutes to read. Remember, dogs tune in to our tone of voice, so they'll love it even more if you read to them in an animated way. These and all Tales for Dogs stories have been tested and approved by Piper dog.

$1.99

Just Mutts: A Tribute to the Rogues of Dogdom (Just Pets (Half Pint Edition))
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Just Mutts: A Tribute to the Rogues of Dogdom (Just Pets (Half Pint Edition))

By Smith, Steve; Hill, Gene

Monocqua, WI: Willow Creek Pr, 1999-08-01. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 94 pages; light edge wear to boards and jacket; The rogues of dogdom finally receive just recognition in a colorful, touching, and often hysterical tribute to the mixed breeds of domestic canines. 100 color photos.

$1.99

The Cat Who Came for Christmas

By Amory, Cleveland

Little Brown & Co (Juv), 1987-10-01. Trade paperback. Good. 240 pages; spine creasing, edge wear; 'Twas the night before Christmas when a bedraggled stray white feline entered the home, and heart, of Cleveland Amory. At first the relationship seemed a clash of two stubborn wills, but despite the battles, Polar Bear did finally recognize his new name, while he settled into a comfortable friendship. A delightful true tale for anyone who has ever been owned by a cat or any pet.

$1.99

The Guide to Owning a Finch
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The Guide to Owning a Finch

By Fischer, Rod

TFH Publications, 1997-04-01. Paperback. Very Good. light edge wear;

$1.00

Caninestein: Unleashing the Genius in YOUR Dog
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Caninestein: Unleashing the Genius in YOUR Dog

By Fisher, Betty

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.

$1.00

Dogography
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Dogography

By Dratfield, Jim [Photographer]

Rizzoli, 2002-10-11. Hardcover Box Set. Near Fine. Traycased box set includes Dogography: A keepsake book pairing Dratfield's photography with quotes celebrating dogs; Dog Days: An illustrated journal to record your dog's life story; Six note cards with envelopes;

$7.99

Out on a Leash: Exploring the Nature of Reality and Love
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Out on a Leash: Exploring the Nature of Reality and Love

By MacLaine, Shirley

New York: Atria, 2003-10-01. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 199 pages; light edge wear to jacket and boards; Shirley MacLaine has found a perfect love in the furry bundle of irresistible canine charms that is Terry. With her winning terrier ways and an endless wellspring of love with no strings attached, Terry has succeeded in doing what no one before her ever has: slowing Shirley's peripatetic travels, shifting the actress/author's global axis to hearth and home. Now there are few greater pleasures for Shirley than being with Terry on her ranch or on a New York street, romping on the beach together, or sharing a long plane ride to a new location for making a film. With Terry by her side, Shirley sees the world in new ways she never thought possible. As we join Shirley and Terry we see through their eyes how they each provide a window for exploring the nature of love. Together they seek to understand world events today: Are we beginning to fulfill the ancient biblical prophecies? Is Armageddon looming? And of course there is Terry as a constant gateway to spirit, to being fully in each moment, to that boundless love that surpasses all understanding. In a unique twist that makes this book such a delight, we see Terry's point of view on Shirley's domestic and inner life, as the terrier's mistress continually questions the deeper nature of reality.

$5.99

Doga: Yoga For Dogs
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Doga: Yoga For Dogs

By Brilliant, Jennifer; Berloni, William

New York: Chronicle Books, 2003-09-01. Paperback. Good. 96 pages; light edge wear, some light soiling to covers; chip in front cover; Dogs have always been natural yogis, and their tranquility of mind, ability to be in the moment, and contented outlook are widely considered to be the result of their long and devoted practice of doga--the canine version of yoga.

$1.00

Dog Stories
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Dog Stories

By Olsenius, Richard; Phillips, Angus [Introduction]

National Geographic, 2003-06-01. Paperback. Near Fine. Award-winning National Geographic photographer Richard Olsenius, and Angus Phillips, outdoor writer for the Washington Post, trace the story of companionship and codependence between man and dog that extends over the last 15,000 years of dogs living with people. How did the wolf, a ferocious pack hunter, evolve into one of mankind's most beloved companions? "Dog Stories" highlights stories of people and their unique relationships with many different types of dogs, from working dogs used on ranches and in airport security, to hunting dogs used for sport, to lap dogs on New York's Upper East Side

$1.00

50 Simple Ways to Pamper Your Dog

By Moore, Arden

New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 2003-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 137 pages; light edge wear to jacket and boards;

$1.99

Short Tails and Treats from Three Dog Bakery
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Short Tails and Treats from Three Dog Bakery

By Dye, Dan; Beckloff, Mark

Andrews McMeel Publishing, 1996-10-01. Paperback. Very Good. 127 pages; edge wear; This is the story of two guys (and three dogs) who teamed up to create the world's best dog biscuit. In the process, they created a howling national success story! The bakers have developed such creations as Pupcakes, Scottie Biscotti, Snicker Poodles, Great Danish, and Collie Flowers in the world's first bona fide (or bone-ified) dog bakery. Three Dog Bakery, located in Kansas City, Missouri, has been featured on the Today Show, the Oprah Winfrey Show and on CNN.

$1.00

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