86 books (5 pages) in this category
Confessions of a Manhattan Pet Vet
by Tom DeVincentis
Whether a dog, cat, horse, or bird, a pet is a wonderful source of companionship. The author reveals his observations on the amazing bonds forged between his furry and feathered patients and their owners. He also shares personal stories about ...
by David Appleby
Pet Behaviour Counselling is now a widespread practice and this collection focuses on research into dogs, cats and rabbits (the most popular pets in Britain). The relationship we have with our pets, their relationship to the environment in which
Chicken Breeds for Your Home Flock
by Christine Heinrichs
Every common breed of chicken, organized into one information-packed guide. ...
by Chris Graham
Whether you're a newcomer or an old hand, The Chicken Keeper's Problem Solver provides the information you need to nip problems in the bud - and, better still, avoid them in the first place. ...
by Juliette De Bairacli Levy
by Gardening Australia
Whether you live in the country, the suburbs or the city you can't have missed that chickens are back, and in style. A book of everyday inspiration, THE CONTENTED CHOOK is a sumptuous and quirky appreciation of the practical requirements (as ...
by Kate Bendix
We are what we eat. And the same goes for our dogs... ...
by Greg Martinez
Includes tips for pet owners to diagnose common dog health problems and adjust diets accordingly. Contains home remedies for common ailments and recipes for homecooked meals and treats. ...
by Gayle Pruitt
Feeling guilty about being unable to share your dinner with your canine companion? Worried about whether your leftovers are good for your pet? The Dog-Gone Good Cookbook is a fun, healthy cookbook with delicious meals that dog owners and dogs ...
50 nutritious and delicious recipes your dog will love
by Joanna Anne
The Healthy Dog Cookbook presents safe, nutritious and appealing recipes for all occasions, with nutritional information, menus for every popular breed and size of dog, and delightful illustrations. ...
The body language of little cats
by Tammy Gagne
A fully illustrated and practical guide to decoding the body language of juvenile cats and provides invaluable insight into all forms of feline communication. ...
by June Whitfield
Fitzherbert, the son of a goose and a swan, gets tired of being teased for being a swoose and leaves the farm, ending up in Windsor Castle, where he becomes a favourite of the recently widowed Queen Victoria. ...Audio Book
A useful means of identifying the cat breeds of the world and how to care for them
by Louisa Somerville
Cats have been domesticated since prehistoric times, perhaps for as long as 5,000 years. Throughout human history, they have been greatly valued as destroyers of vermin, as well as for their ornamental qualities. ...
A useful means of identifying the dog breeds of the world and how to care for them
by Derek Hall
Mankind's relationship with the dog can be traced back for thousands of years. Indeed, the dog is probably our oldest non-human companion. Excavations of Middle Eastern fossils, believed to be at least 12,000 years old. ...
by Laura Vissaritis
What is it that your dog is trying to say . . . and are you listening? Expert dog behaviourist Laura Vissaritis (with able assistance from her bull terrier Chester) introduces Dognitive Therapy, an approach that teaches you how to understand the
by Jane Croft
by Matthew Flinders
the story of a brave, seafaring cat who, in the company of Matthew Flinders, circumnavigated the globe in the years 1799-1804. to the memory of trim, the best and most illustrious of his Race, the most affectionate of friends, faithful of ...
by Dr Shawn Messonnier
Those soulful eyes that look up at you at the end of a rough day. The soft paws that knead into your lap and tell you that you are "theirs". Much more than a companion, more beloved than our nearest and dearest human family. Our pets. ...
by Nicholas Bell
One winter's afternoon, Stephen Foster walks into a dog re-homing centre with the intention of picking up a retired greyhound. Instead, he acquires an abandoned lurcher pup. Foster's knowledge of dogs is so vague that he has to look up 'lurcher'Audio Book
by Phyllida Nash
'He can't help being a bit wild, Mum. He's not like other dogs.' A scary werewolf video leaves Micky terrified of dogs and Mum decides the only answer is to get Micky a puppy of his own. But when they go to the kennels to choose a puppy, Micky ...Audio Book