If you are considering buying this book, I'm sure it's because you have a senior dog you care for deeply that is suffering from something. My heart goes out to you.
Author: Andi Andersen
In Old Dog Care Guide: Signs, Symptoms, Care & Cures For 17 Common Old Dog Diseases you will discover why dogs are suffering more ailments than ever before, how to detect the symptoms of the different diseases before it's too late to save your dog and, even if it's a more scary illness like cancer or epilepsy, ways to ease your old dog's pain and improve his quality of life. Many of us have never experienced a pet in these advanced years because dogs are living so much longer than perhaps your last pet did. If you are considering buying this book, I'm sure it's because you have a senior dog you care for deeply that is suffering from something. My heart goes out to you. I was in that same position and that's what caused me to research and write this Guide. This easy-to-read book identifies the symptoms of the most common health issues, reveals which breeds are prone to which diseases and explains the cause – and effect- of the 17 most common canine diseases; most of which can be cured if detected early enough. With this information you'll be armed with enough knowledge to ask relevant questions of your vet and make informed decisions about your old dog's care.In Old Dog Care Guide: Signs, Symptoms, Care & Cures For 17 Common Old Dog Diseases you'll learn: » How to select the right diet and exercise program for your dog, based on his health issues» Which symptoms require immediate veterinary attention to save the life of your dog» Which diseases cannot be cured, but can managed to ensure a good quality of life for your dog; and what that pain management program consists of» A surprising new way to combat canine obesity, which 25% of American dogs currently suffer from» The easiest way to tell the difference between “normal” aging of the eyes and cataracts» Discover how brushing your dog's teeth prevents possible organ disease » What it means when your dog seeks warm places to lie down, even in the summer » An important fact you need to know about exercising a dog with Epilepsy» How grooming protects your old dog's health as well as his appearance» Why you should never use human toothpaste to brush your dog's teeth » The six symptoms that are almost always present in a dog with cancer » Why you shouldn't ignore post-exercise or nightly coughing by your dog» What it might mean if your old pooch no longer wants you to cuddle or pet her