Mini Schnauzers: How to Be Your Dogs Best Friend: From puppy training and grooming to dealing with excessive barking and more. (101 Publishing: Pets Series) Debbie White

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Published: October 15th 2012

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Mini Schnauzers: How to Be Your Dogs Best Friend: From puppy training and grooming to dealing with excessive barking and more. (101 Publishing: Pets Series)  by  Debbie White

Mini Schnauzers: How to Be Your Dogs Best Friend: From puppy training and grooming to dealing with excessive barking and more. (101 Publishing: Pets Series) by Debbie White
October 15th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 42 pages | ISBN: | 7.54 Mb

The miniature schnauzer displays enthusiastic devotion and affection for its owner, balanced with an ever-watchful protective instinct. These social skills, among other traits, have helped the breed achieve an American Kennel Club rank of 12th mostMoreThe miniature schnauzer displays enthusiastic devotion and affection for its owner, balanced with an ever-watchful protective instinct. These social skills, among other traits, have helped the breed achieve an American Kennel Club rank of 12th most popular dog in the United States.

Author Dr. Debbie White, DVM, however, accompanies this praise with words of caution: The typically playful and kid-friendly pooch might chase or nip in the wrong environment. In “The Miniature Schnauzer: How to Be Your Dog’s Best Friend,” White offers a range of advice for attentive dog owners, from obtaining and selecting a miniature schnauzer to general care, including housetraining, healthcare, exercise and prepping the home so that playfulness is high and nips are not.Excerpt from the Book:“This intelligent, sociable breed is a favorite small dog that adapts to country or urban living.

Whether romping with children or cozying up to your side, the miniature schnauzer is a devoted companion that relishes being part of the family. The miniature schnauzer is not one to sit on the sidelines or be forgotten, and it demands its master’s attention. Ensure you have time to return the favor by bestowing your undivided affection. A bored mini schnauzer left without social contact may develop separation anxiety with unwanted behaviors, such as excess barking, digging and chewing.”Highlights:History of the BreedChoosing The Right Miniature SchnauzerPersonality & AppearanceSpecial Breed ConsiderationsPrepping for Your Pooch’s ArrivalIncludes:1.Appearance and “Cosmetic Controversy”2.Helping Your Dog to Get Along with Others3.Activity Requirements4.Purebred or Mixed?

And Common Hybrids5.Health Screening6.Feeding Tips7.Grooming Basics8.Housetraining 101About the Author:As a practicing veterinarian with over 17 years of experience, Dr. Debbie White enjoys caring for furry, feathered and scaled patients. She earned a B.S. in Animal Science and Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.Dr.

White is a frequent veterinary contributor on Las Vegas radio and news programming. Since 2008, she has been the featured veterinarian on the weekly satellite radio program, Animal Radio, where she is also known as “Dr. Debbie” and answers pet owner health questions across the country.Dr. White advocates pet disaster preparedness and serves as a veterinary volunteer with the Medical Reserve Corps. She shares her home with her Yorkie-poodle-shih tzu cross, Boss, and two Labrador retrievers, Magnum and Jade.



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