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e-Book My Dog is Blind: But Lives Life to the Full! epub download

Author: Nicole Horsky
ISBN: 184584291X
Pages: 80 pages
Publisher: Hubble & Hattie (May 15, 2010)
Language: English
Category: Pets & Animal Care
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e-Book My Dog is Blind: But Lives Life to the Full! epub download

by Nicole Horsky



I bought this book because my dog was going blind.

I bought this book because my dog was going blind. This purchase was one of the best things I did for my dog. This book gave me hope and gave me ideas on how to help her adapt to her impending blindness. If you are in the same situation, it is definitely worth reading. I recently adopted a blind dog and have been reading up on living with a blind dog. This is a must-have book for people with a blind dog or people considering to adopt a blind dog. It is a wonderful book with beautiful pictures and smack-full of great advice.

Nicole Horsky has been involved with dogs since she was a girl, either her own or. .

Nicole Horsky has been involved with dogs since she was a girl, either her own or others’ that she looked after on a daily basis, or took in whilst their owners were on holiday. Her particular interest in blind dogs was sparked as a result of owning Elliot - a gorgeous mix of gundog and wirehaired pointer who features in the book - who is blind, and so she is well-placed to write this book.

Nicole Horsky has been involved with dogs since she was a girl, either her own or others' that she looked after on a daily basis, or took in whilst their owners were on holiday

Nicole Horsky has been involved with dogs since she was a girl, either her own or others' that she looked after on a daily basis, or took in whilst their owners were on holiday. Her particular interest in blind dogs was sparked as a result of owning Elliot - a gorgeous mix of gundog and wirehaired pointer who features in the book - who is blind, and so she is well-placed to write this book

Nicole Horsky has been involved with dogs since she was a girl, either her own or others' that she looked after on a daily basis, or took in whilst their owners were on holiday.

Nicole Horsky has been involved with dogs since she was a girl, either her own or others' that she looked after on a daily basis, or took in whilst their owners were on holiday. Veloce Publishing Ltd.

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Horsky) My dog is deaf – but lives life to the full! (Willms) My dog has hip dysplasia – but lives life to the full! (Haüsler) My dog has cruciate ligament injury – but lives life to the full! . Hubble & Hattie is the home of a range of books that cover all-things animal – be these dogs, cats, horses, rabbits or elephants – produced to the same high quality of content and presentation as our motoring books, and offering the same great value for money.

It can seem like the end of the world when the vet tells you that, sadly, your beloved dog is going blind; it’s natural to put yourself in their place and imagine how catastrophic this news would be ...  But with life-changing events such as these, there’s one essential difference between the human and canine species: dogs won’t waste too much time feeling sorry for themselves, or asking “why me?”  After taking stock, they will - with your help - adapt and get on with the joyful business of living.  This invaluable book will sympathetically show the owner of the newly-blind, or already blind dog that their loyal friend is still the same, with the same zest for and enjoyment of life.  With love and careful thought, you and your dog can get as much out of life as you always have, having fun and establishing an even closer bond as you help each other find new or adapted ways to live together.
The_NiGGa
My dog went from sighted to blind in about two weeks courtesy of diabetes [and some poor advice and information from my vet related to future problems], so it was and remains a tough adjustment for both of us. This book was extremely helpful in putting the issues and situations in perspective, providing some pathways to help train my dog, and the real-life stories also put the blindness comments and problems into a nice package that was both easy to read and highly informative. If you have a blind dog and are starting on this trail, I'd strongly recommend this as a calming place to begin you new life together.
Briciraz
My mini schnauzer was just diagnosed with SARDS last week. I ordered this book beforehand since I knew she was losing her sight. There are hardly any books available that deal with this subject matter; in fact, I could only find 2 in print. I purchased this, since it sounded like what I needed, is a newer publication, and doesn't have any of the controversy surrounding the unsubstantiated claims of treatments or possible cures for SARDS that the publisher of the other book is making. My veterinary ophthalmologist and my regular vet both say that there is no scientifically proven treatment or cure for SARDS, so I wanted a book that would help me deal with my dog's adjustment to blindness and not go into a lot of other areas about 'possible' causes and treatments. This book gives me what I need, in a concise, interesting format. It is well written and is a big help. If you are like me and just need information to help you and your dog deal with your dog's blindness, this book will serve you well and help you teach your dog important new commands and learn fun new games to enjoy life with you.
Yar
I bought this book because my dog was going blind. We were devastated. This purchase was one of the best things I did for my dog. This book gave me hope and gave me ideas on how to help her adapt to her impending blindness. If you are in the same situation, it is definitely worth reading.
Vudomuro
I recently adopted a blind dog and have been reading up on living with a blind dog. This is a must-have book for people with a blind dog or people considering to adopt a blind dog. It is a wonderful book with beautiful pictures and smack-full of great advice. The focus of the book is to reduce stress in your blind dog, boost the dog's self-confidence and build a strong, positive relationship with your blind dog. Most of the advice was really good, except for a few places. For example, the author recommends walking a blind dog on a 2+ meter leash (approx. 7 ft) in urban areas. I can't envision how one would navigate around lampposts, trash cans, people in New York City or London with such a long leash.

My only complaint is that the book isn't longer. I would have liked to have learned about more tricks and games and have more detail about teach the dog new things.
Levion
I have a dog diagnosed with SARDs. He went suddenly blind. I wanted to get ideas about how to make his life easier. Over time he'll adapt. There were a few suggestions I could use, but mostly I think the book was written to ease the human side of adapting to the dog's blindness. I probably expected more to the advice side, and much I already knew. However I'll donate the book to the vet for the next pet parent with a blind dog.
net rider
good information if you have a blind dog. Our Jesse is still young, just turned 5 and he has been blind for about 6 months due to retina detachments in both eyes because of an inherited gene.
Modimeena
Not what I was expecting. I have a newly blind dog and was looking for training tips.
My friend finds useful bits and pieces in here. I think it has helped her with her new journey with her newly blind dog.