Book Review: For Dog’s Sake
For Dog’s sake book review
Amy Luwis gives us a humorous look at important safety issues for dogs such as unsafe foods and everyday bad situations.
Every page is full of lighthearted color illustrations that will make you chuckle as well as bring home each safety point.
Every dog owner young or old should have this book for the entire family.
Did you know that just three ounces of baker’s chocolate can kill a 15-pound dog? Or that human medications are the number one cause of pet poisoning? Or that innocent snow globes are loaded with lethal antifreeze? For Dog’s Sake! is a humorous yet absolutely essential book for dog owners. Why? Because every year thousands of dog owners unknowingly risk their dogs’ lives—from accidental poisoning to household items to hot cars.
From poisons to allergies to hidden dangers and emergency first aid, For Dog’s Sake! is a comprehensive, whimsically illustrated and thoroughly entertaining dog safety book. A gold mine of information packed with charts, infographics, and ridiculously cute art, For Dog’s Sake! is the dog owner’s handbook that all dog lovers want and need. In addition to accidents and first aid, healthy tips on diet, exercise, and grooming round out this essential guide. A trustworthy (and adorable) source of life-saving information this book is accessible and easy to consult at a moment’s notice.